Cloudflare is going to great lengths to capture more of the startup market, launching a $1.25 billion fund.
Microsoft is making it that much easier to multitask while in Teams meetings, working on a feature to pop-out meetings.
SAS is bringing its SAS Viya analytics platform to Microsoft Azure, building on the partnership the two companies began in 2020.
Cloudflare has scored an industry first, launching the first zero trust eSIM for mobile devices in the BYOD era.
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The Department of Homeland security is launching the first-of-its-kind cybersecurity grant program for state, local, and territorial (SLT) governments.
Salesforce and AWS are deepening their partnership with the release of Salesforce Genie.
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has reached a deal with Morgan Stanley over the latter’s failure to protect customer data.
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Cloudflare has launched its latest weapon in the war to protect the internet from bad actors: Adaptive DDoS Protection.
Google Cloud will reportedly unfreeze hiring by October amid an industry-wide hiring freeze and layoffs.
Scammers are abusing Microsoft Edge’s news feed, running malicious ads in an effort to direct users to tech support scams.
Adobe announced it is buying digital design startup Figma for $20 billion, resulting in a significant consolidation in the industry.
In the wake of reports its systems were breached, Uber is reassuring users no “sensitive user data” was accessed.
Microsoft has released updates to fix a zero-day vulnerability impacting all versions of Windows, from Windows 7 to Windows 11.
VMware has agreed to a settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) over fraud charges.