Amazon’s AWS doubles down on sales growth, expanding its sales team to offer deeper tech expertise including cybersecurity, AI, and data analytics. With Microsoft (and others) nipping at its heels, Amazon is reportedly doubling its sales team and shifting from its early focus on servers and storage to what it is customers need today — sales expertise and guidance around intelligent cloud offerings.
Dell Tech has reported its Q4 earnings for its FY 20 and had a solid revenue result while just missing earnings. Diving into the business and a look ahead.
Salesforce announced its fiscal Q4 earnings which delivered on revenue and earnings while also seeing co-CEO Keith Block resign and another big acquisition.
Google continues its investments in companies that will drive more workloads to the cloud, but is the purchase of Cornerstone a sound move for Google Cloud?
The cloud wars continue to be exciting. Amazon scored today as a judge blocked the Department of Defense $10Bn JEDI cloud services contract award to Microsoft pending decisions on Amazon’s request to depose the President and other government officials with regard to the award of this contract. But in the big scheme of things, will it matter? Here’s what I think.
Cisco was able to deliver on its Q2 guidance beating both revenue and earnings despite a number of tough economic factors related to China and Brexit.
Still upset over losing the Department of Defense JEDI contract, Amazon’s AWS seeks to President Trump and six other government workers regarding the selection of Microsoft for the DoD cloud services contract. Will questioning the government about this decision make any difference?
2019 Saw Microsoft make the biggest leap in IaaS, while AWS saw a small market share decline despite big growth. Diving into the Canalys 2019 IaaS Report.
NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW launched this week, the company’s much-anticipated subscription-based game streaming service. Here’s a look at how it stacks up against competitors Google Stadia and Sony PlayStation, as well as what I think is ahead for these brands in game streaming service offerings.
Ribbon’s EdgeMarc 6000 smartens the operator and enterprise edge and boosts Ribbon’s overall competitiveness. Ribbons’ edge portfolio puts increased pressure on SBC platform rivals such as Cisco, Oracle, Metaswitch, Huawei, and Ericsson to show their ability to diversify their portfolios to meet the intelligent edge demands of customers in both the operator and enterprise spaces.