Request Media Kit


Oracle Brings MySQL HeatWave to AWS
Oracle has brought its MySQL HeatWave to AWS in an effort to help customers keep costs down and benefit from Oracle's services....
Read More
Google Tops Big Tech Data Tracking With 39 Types of Private Data
Google is the most invasive of Big Tech companies, tracking 39 different private user data points, more than any of its peers....
Read More
Oracle Faces Class Action Suit Over Its ‘Mass Surveillance’
Oracle is facing a class action lawsuit over what is being described as its "mass surveillance" of the general public....
Read More
FTC Targets ‘Corporate Surveillance’ and ‘Data Security’
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is targeting "corporate surveillance," wherein companies profit from the data they collect on consumers....
Read More
Oracle Begins Audit of TikTok’s Algorithms for Beijing’s Influence
TikTok is pulling out all the stops to prove it is independent of Beijing's influence, turning to Oracle to audit its algorithms....
Read More
Oracle Layoffs Lead to ‘Complete Chaos’
Oracle's layoffs have hit its marketing and customer experience (CX) divisions, causing chaos within the company....
Read More
Elon Musk’s Twitter Cancellation Letter
Elon Musk's cancellation letter to Twitter by his legal team may be a crushing blow to Twitter's business, not just this deal....
Read More
Google Takes Aim at AWS With AlloyDB for PostgreSQL
Google has unveiled AlloyDB for PostgreSQL and taken aim at industry leader AWS and its Aurora PostgreSQL service....
Read More
AWS Scores Australian Government Cloud Contract Renewal
AWS has secured an renewal of its whole-of-government cloud deal with the Australian government, extending the contract by three years....
Read More
Cloud Computing Revenue Poised to Hit $519 Billion by 2017
Research and Markets has released its Global Cloud Computing Services Market Report 2022, predicting cloud computing revenue will hit $519 billion by ...
Read More
Mailchimp Was Hacked, Compromising 100+ Customers’ Data
Mailchimp has admitted being hacked, with more than 100 customers' data compromised....
Read More
Data Collection in a World of Internet Privacy
Data collection in a world of privacy can be a tricky thing. Learn how cookieless tracking is becoming the new standard....
Read More
Data of 70 Million AT&T Customers for Sale Online
It’s been a bad week for wireless companies and their subscribers, with data for 70 million AT&T customers reportedly for sale online....
Read More
Over 40 Million Customers Impacted by T-Mobile Data Breach
T-Mobile has provided additional details from its investigation of its recent data breach, sharing that over 40 million people’s records were stolen...
Read More
Pearson Agrees to $1 Million Settle With SEC Over Data Breach
London-based Pearson, a company specializing in educational publishing, has agreed to a $1 million settlement with the SEC over a data breach....
Read More
T-Mobile Confirms Data Breach
T-Mobile has confirmed it has suffered a data breach following reports that information for 100 million customers is for sale online....
Read More
Hacker Boasts of Massive T-Mobile Data Breach, Company Investigating
A hacker is claiming to have obtained data for some 100 million T-Mobile customers and is trying to sell it....
Read More
University of Kentucky Discloses Large Data Breach
The University of Kentucky has sent out a letter disclosing a data breach impacting some 355,000 individuals....
Read More
Google Cloud Unveils New Tools to Unify Data
Google Cloud has unveiled its latest innovations, aimed at helping companies unify database, analytics and AI....
Read More
Invisibly Launches Platform to Help People Control and Monetize Their Data
Invisibly is looking to disrupt the advertising industry, launching a platform that puts people in control of their data....
Read More
Get the WebProNews newsletter
delivered to your inbox

Get the free daily newsletter read by decision makers

Advertise with Us

Ready to get started?

Get our media kit