Docker
Docker Updates Subscriptions, Desktop Not Free for Large Businesses

Docker has updated its subscriptions, and Docker Desktop is no longer free for large businesses.

AWS Wants to Launch AWS Australia to Better Serve Australian Market

AWS is planning to launch AWS Australia, in an effort to better serve its Australian customers.

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Microsoft and Amazon May Be Headed for a Fight Over Charlie Bell

Microsoft scored a major victory when it poached longtime Amazon exec Charlie Bell, but the fight to use him may be just getting started.

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Salesforce Adds AI-Driven Improvements to Service Cloud

Salesforce has announced AI-driven improvements to Service Cloud, aimed at helping service agents and their customers.

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Google One Now Offers 5TB Plan For $24.99 a Month

Google is now offering a middle-of-the-road storage plan for users, unveiling a 5TB plan for $24.99, filling a major hole in the company’s storage offerings.

Microsoft Warns Customers of Major Azure Security Issue

Microsoft is warning impacted customers of a flaw in Azure Container Instances (ACI) that could allow individuals to access other customers information.

Google Investing $1.2 Billion in Its German Cloud Infrastructure

Google is investing $1.2 billion to expand its cloud infrastructure in Germany, and has committed to using more renewable energy.

CloudFlare
Cloudflare Pivots Way From Intel in Next-Gen Servers

Cloudflare is the latest company to ditch Intel, announcing it will not be using the company’s processors in its next generation servers.

Cloud Computing
COVID-19 Driving Global Government IT Spending Growth

The COVID-19 pandemic is driving governments around the world to invest more heavily in IT.

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Gartner Names Oracle a Magic Quadrant Leader for Third Successive Time

Oracle has been named a leader in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud ERP for Product-Centric Enterprises for the third successive time.