Oracle has scored a big win, signing a multi-year deal with Telefónica Spain to help it accelerate its cloud adoption.
Google Cloud has made a major change in hopes of being more competitive, slashing the commission it charges for third-party cloud app sales.
‘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.
Huawei is preparing to invest $15 million over the next three years in Middle East cloud computing.
Docker has updated its subscriptions, and Docker Desktop is no longer free for large businesses.
AWS is planning to launch AWS Australia, in an effort to better serve its Australian customers.
Microsoft scored a major victory when it poached longtime Amazon exec Charlie Bell, but the fight to use him may be just getting started.
Salesforce has announced AI-driven improvements to Service Cloud, aimed at helping service agents and their customers.
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.
Tennessee has approved $65 million in incentives for Oracle, as the company prepares to make a $1 billion investment in the state.