90% of AWS S3 Buckets Are Vulnerable to Ransomware

AWS is the leading cloud provider, but new research shows that 90% of S3 buckets are vulnerable to ransomware attack.

NASA: Blue Origin ‘Gambled’ On Its Proposal and Lost

More details are emerging about Blue Origin’s losing bid for NASA’s lunar lander, and it appears the company made a risky gamble that backfired.

Oracle Scores Deal to Help Telefónica Spain Migrate to the Cloud

Oracle has scored a big win, signing a multi-year deal with Telefónica Spain to help it accelerate its cloud adoption.

Google Lowers Third-Party Cloud Marketplace Fees

Google Cloud has made a major change in hopes of being more competitive, slashing the commission it charges for third-party cloud app sales.

Oracle Pursues Defunct JEDI Contract Review

‘Don’t beat a dead horse’ doesn’t seem to be a phrase Oracle is familiar with, as the company continues to pursue its JEDI contract case.

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.

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.

Big Tech Pledges Billions, Jobs and Training to Boost US Cybersecurity

President Joe Biden met with leaders of the biggest tech firms, securing commitments from them to help improve US cybersecurity.

Microsoft Snags Charlie Bell, Former AWS Heavyweight

Microsoft has scored a big win, snagging Charlie Bell just two week after he left rival AWS.

Microsoft’s Azure Government Top Secret Now Available

Microsoft has announced the general availability of its Azure Government Top Secret, in the company’s bid to gain more government contracts.