Major medical records vendor Epic Systems moves away from Google Cloud, citing security concerns, and indicating plans to rely Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft Azure. This is big news in the healthcare market, and likely something that hospitals and healthcare providers can’t help but take note of—especially if they are current customers of Google Cloud for medical research, data storage, or other IT operations.
Salesforce, this past Thursday launched its Trailhead Playground designed to help developers and admins to build on Salesforce 360 environment.
Google has acquired small low/code no/code platform AppSheet to expand its platform and appeal to developers looking to build simple apps for cloud tools.
Cloudera has appointed former Hortonworks CEO and current board member Rob Bearden to the role of CEO. What does this appointment mean for Cloudera?
At CES 2020 Samsung rolled out its new Galaxy Chromebook. Traditionally big for education and light consumer use, does this have commercial potential?
In December HPE announced its Hybrid IT as a Service play, GreenLake Central while also bringing new top brass to Pointnext by announcing Keith White.
An in depth look at Red Hat and IBM’s strategy to compete in the rapidly growing Hybrid Cloud space and How IBM is better with Red Hat.
Oracle’s second quarter was mixed with an earnings beat and very slight revenue shortfall. But year over year the company is showing promise in key areas.
This week Cisco announced new silicon, optics and photonics at its future of the internet event. A brief analysis of the launches biggest announcements.
Marvell conducted its first Industry Analyst Day at its Santa Clara, CA headquarters on December 10, 2019. At the event, Marvell showcased the “new Marvell” by providing an in-depth look into the company’s new strategy after an organization-wide transformation that included executive leadership changes as well as multiple acquisitions and divestitures all made to align its portfolio mix with the new strategy.