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Public cloud: Real-world lessons of strategic success
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OracleVoice: Oracle And Open Source: 3 New Container Projects Show Company's Commitment
Forbes • Chris Murphy, Oracle
Adobe accidentally leaked its upcoming photo editing app for novices
The Next Web • Abhimanyu Ghoshal
VMware’s Cloud-Era Support Model
The Wall Street Journal • Deloitteeditor
Juniper Networks (JNPR) Q2 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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CommVault Systems' (CVLT) CEO Bob Hammer on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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NAFTA talks set for clash over where private, personal data is stored
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Amazon pumps Rs 1,381 crore into Indian data unit
The Economic Times of India • E.T. Bureau
 
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Why Amazon invested in this cancer-testing startup founded by a Google exec
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A health start-up called Grail is developing one of the most ambitious technologies in Silicon Valley. And Amazon wants a piece of it. According to two sources familiar, Amazon invested in Grail as a very special kind of future customer for its...
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What Analytics Pros Need to Know about GDPR
InformationWeekJen Underwood Impact Analytix
Understanding the EU's GDPR guidelines is valuable knowledge for anyone in a data related profession.
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Public cloud: Real-world lessons of strategic success
CIOClint Boulton
The commodity days of the cloud are over. It’s time to get strategic. That’s the message of today’s leading cloud strategies, as forward-thinking s are no longer turning to the public cloud to cut costs. Instead, the public cloud is viewed as...
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OracleVoice: Oracle And Open Source: 3 New Container Projects Show Company's Commitment
ForbesChris Murphy, Oracle
Containers have soared in popularity among developers for the simple reason that they make their lives easier. But the spirit of open source software is that there’s always a way to improve, through a community of collaborators. Count Vish Abrams and his...
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Adobe Systems Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Adobe accidentally leaked its upcoming photo editing app for novices
The Next WebAbhimanyu Ghoshal
At its MAX Conference last year, Adobe announced that it was working on Project Nimbus, an all-new photo editing app that included simplified tools, as well as cloud storage and syncing for your files. The folks at MacGeneration noted that the company...
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Cloud Computing Services, Professional Services
VMware’s Cloud-Era Support Model
The Wall Street JournalDeloitteeditor
Making the transition to a software-as-a-service distribution model can change customer support requirements. To address these shifting needs and improve the overall customer experience, VMware has created a customer success organization. VMware, like many other software firms, is transforming into a cloud...
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Cloud Computing Services, Hedge Funds
Juniper Networks (JNPR) Q2 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking Alpha
Juniper Networks, Inc. (NYSE:JNPR) Q2 2017 Earnings Call July 25, 2017 5:00 pm ET Executives Kathleen Nemeth - Juniper Networks, Inc. Rami Rahim - Juniper Networks, Inc. Ken Miller - Juniper Networks, Inc. Analysts Timothy Patrick Long - BMO Capital Markets (United...
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CommVault Systems' (CVLT) CEO Bob Hammer on Q1 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking Alpha
CommVault Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CVLT) Q1 2018 Earnings Conference Call July 25, 2017 08:30 AM ET Executives Michael Picariello – Director of Investor Relations Bob Hammer – Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Carolan – Chief Financial Officer Al Bunte – Chief...
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Cloud Computing Services, Law
NAFTA talks set for clash over where private, personal data is stored
CBC Radio-CanadaJanyce Mcgregor
One of the American targets in the upcoming renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement appears on a collision course with privacy laws in British Columbia and Nova Scotia. In negotiating objectives published last week, the Office of the United States...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Amazon pumps Rs 1,381 crore into Indian data unit
The Economic Times of IndiaE.T. Bureau
BENGALURU: Ecommerce major Amazon.com has invested about Rs 1,381 crore in its data services unit in November, regulatory filings showed. New Delhi-registered Amazon Data Services India raised over Rs 1,367 crore from A100 Row and close to Rs 14 crore from Amazon.com,...
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