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Microsoft Accused of Hosting Malware ‘For Years’

Microsoft is facing additional cybersecurity scrutiny, as a security expert and former employee says OneDrive has hosted malware “for years.”

Cisco Is Working to Reinvent Itself, Much Like Microsoft

Cisco is working to reinvent itself and cash in on the modern shift to cloud computing, after years of being slow to adapt.

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SAP Raises Outlook on Strong Cloud Performance

SAP has raised its full-year outlook on strong cloud performance as customers increasingly move their business to the cloud.

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Microsoft and Amazon Come to an Agreement Over Charlie Bell

Microsoft and Amazon have come to an agreement over Charlie Bell, paving the way for the former Amazon exec to begin his duties at Microsoft.

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Microsoft Relies on SUSE Linux for SAP Applications in Azure

Gone are the days of Linux and Microsoft being rivals, with the Redmond giant embracing SUSE Linux to run SAP applications in Azure.

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New York Times: ‘Stop Paying for a VPN’

Writing for the New York Times, Brian X. Chen makes the case that it’s time to stop paying for VPNs.

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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.

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It Takes Tech and Humans to Stop Ransomware

In the next 5 years, 75% of organizations will face attacks from cybercriminals.  Ransomware has…

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Thomas Kurian Remaking Google Cloud Leadership to Be More Competitive

Google Cloud is in third place in the cloud industry, but CEO Thomas Kurian is remaking its leadership in a bid to be more competitive.

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Twitch Suffers Devastating Cyberattack Exposing Source Code

Twitch, the popular video game streaming platform, suffered a major cyberattack that exposed its source code and payment model.