Red Hat has signed a major partnership with Oracle to bring Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Google is rolling out end-to-end encryption (E2EE) for Gmail, expanding access to the beta for eligible customers.
Microsoft has updated its Universal License Terms for Online Services to prohibit crypto mining on its cloud platform.
Dropbox has announced a deal to acquire assets from Boxcryptor in an effort to bring end-to-end encryption to its service.
Rackspace is dealing with a “security incident” involving its Hosted Exchange service, prompting the company to shut the service down.
AWS is unveiling its latest initiative designed to help it remain the cloud leader: the AWS Digital Sovereignty Pledge.
Cloudflare has launched its latest weapon in the war to protect the internet from bad actors: Adaptive DDoS Protection.
Google Cloud has blocked the largest ever DDoS, one that hit peaked at 46 million requests per second (rps).
ServiceNow CEO Bill McDermott has called cloud computing the “pervasive computing theme of the 21st century.”
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AMD and Google Cloud are expanding their partnership, applying the power of EPYC processors to confidential computing.
Oracle has released a major April 2022 Critical Patch Update, fixing a whopping 520 issues.
Microsoft President Brad Smith has acknowledged concerns and vowed changes in response to complaints the tech giant is unfairly using its position to lock out cloud rivals.
Another day, another attack on encryption, with security experts warning the EU’s DMA legislation will likely break, or severely weaken, encryption.
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Microsoft is warning of a new phishing attack that is abusing OAuth request links and “targeting hundreds of orgs.”