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Uber covered up a cyberattack last year that exposed data of 57 million riders and drivers
The Verge • Nick Statt
Salesforce tops earnings forecasts, but investors wanted a more bullish outlook
SiliconAngle • Robert Hof
Meg Whitman stepping down as CEO of HPE, Antonio Neri will take over in Februrary
GeekWire • Tom Krazit
Secretive Fund Guru Louis Moore Bacon Buys MSFT; BABA; AMZN
Smarter Analyst • Harriet Lefton
Salesforce earnings: 39 cents a share vs expected EPS of 37 cents
CNBC • Jordan Novet
DOD exposes web-monitoring data on unsecured Amazon cloud server: 5 things to know
Becker's Hospital Review • Jessica Kim Cohen
BrandPost: Two Industry Analysts Discuss Managing Multi-Cloud Complexity Across the Globe
InfoWorld • Brand Post
Microsoft goes after VMware with a free Azure cloud migration service
SiliconAngle • Maria Deutscher
Amazon gets cozier with US spy agencies
TheBlaze.com - Stories • Teri Webster
Canon’s All-In-One Printer w/ AirPrint gets the job done for $70 (Reg. $90)
9to5Toys • Jared Weintraub
 
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Uber covered up a cyberattack last year that exposed data of 57 million riders and drivers
The VergeNick Statt
Uber suffered a large-scale cyberattack in October of 2016 that exposed the confidential user data of 57 million customers and drivers, according to a Bloomberg report published today. Former CEO Travis Kalanick was informed of the hack just one month after it...
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Accounting, Cloud Computing Services
Salesforce tops earnings forecasts, but investors wanted a more bullish outlook
SiliconAngleRobert Hof
Buoyed by sales of its growing array of cloud-based customer management software, Salesforce.com Inc. topped forecasts for its third fiscal quarter but fell just shy of analysts’ earnings forecast for the current quarter. The outlook for fourth-quarter profits fell a penny or...
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Cloud Computing Services, eBay Inc
Meg Whitman stepping down as CEO of HPE, Antonio Neri will take over in Februrary
GeekWireTom Krazit
HPE CEO Meg Whitman, who led the company through some turbulent times it hasn’t quite escaped, will step down as CEO at the end of next quarter, the company announced Tuesday. Whitman was named CEO of the former Hewlett-Packard in 2011, and...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Secretive Fund Guru Louis Moore Bacon Buys MSFT; BABA; AMZN
Smarter AnalystHarriet Lefton
Hedge fund titan Louis Moore Bacon of leading New York City-based hedge fund, Moore Capital Management LP, has demonstrated a bullish outlook towards three stock giants. According to latest 13F forms filed with the SEC for Q3, he has upped the stakes...
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Accounting, Cloud Computing Services
Salesforce earnings: 39 cents a share vs expected EPS of 37 cents
CNBCJordan Novet
Enterprise software company Salesforce saw its stock decline 2 percent on Tuesday after it reported better-than-expected earnings for the third quarter of its 2018 fiscal year, which ended on Oct. 31. EPS: Excluding certain items, 39 cents per share vs. 37 cents...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
DOD exposes web-monitoring data on unsecured Amazon cloud server: 5 things to know
Becker's Hospital ReviewJessica Kim Cohen
The U.S. Department of Defense exposed some web-monitoring data on a publicly accessible cloud server, the agency confirmed to CNN Tech via email. Here are five things to know about the incident. 1. Chris Vickery, a researcher with the security firm UpGuard,...
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Business Intelligence Software, Cloud Computing Services
BrandPost: Two Industry Analysts Discuss Managing Multi-Cloud Complexity Across the Globe
InfoWorldBrand Post
By Chris Purcell, Analyst Relations at Hewlett Packard Enterprise As multi-cloud adoption expands across the world, international companies need to consider how globalization affects business ecosystems and hybrid IT complexity. Digital transformation has heightened the focus on data as value, so businesses...
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Cloud Computing Services, Microsoft Corp
Microsoft goes after VMware with a free Azure cloud migration service
SiliconAngleMaria Deutscher
Microsoft Corp.’s latest cloud tool should make it considerably easier for companies to transfer their on-premises applications to its infrastructure-as-a-service platform. Azure Migrate, which was unveiled today, is touted as a convenient means of moving workloads powered by VMware Inc.’s hypervisor off...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Amazon gets cozier with US spy agencies
TheBlaze.com - StoriesTeri Webster
Amazon is partnering with U.S. government spy agencies to offer a new computer data storage service: Amazon Web Services Secret Region. This week, the Department of Defense cleared Amazon to offer the cloud storage service for some of the “military and Pentagon’s...
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Canon’s All-In-One Printer w/ AirPrint gets the job done for $70 (Reg. $90)
9to5ToysJared Weintraub
Amazon is offering the Canon MX922 All-In-One Printer for $69.95 shipped. Also at Best Buy and B&H for the same price. That’s $20 off the regular listing and just $5 higher than the all-time lowest price we’ve seen for it. Rated 3.6/5...
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