Edge computing threatens Amazon's cloud business

Three companies - Amazon.com Inc., Microsoft Corp. and Alphabet Inc. - quietly dominate the world of cloud computing.With more more than 100 g

Oracle loses $10-billion cloud fight

Oracle Corp. lost its legal challenge to the Pentagon's $10 billion cloud contract on Friday, clearing the way for the government to award the contrac

IBM closes $34-billion Red Hat acquisition

IBM closed its $34 billion purchase of Red Hat, sealing the world's second-largest technology deal ever and setting up the iconic U.S. technology comp

Dropbox restricts free users to 3 devices

Dropbox has updated the support page on its website, which now states that users with fr

GoDaddy launching in South Africa

GoDaddy, the world's biggest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures, is launching in South Afri

Liquid Telecom extends Microsoft Azure across its entire network

Liquid Telecom has extended the availability of Microsoft Azure across its entire network footprint in Africa.Hybrid cloud services from Micro

Alibaba opens its first data centres in the UK

The cloud-computing arm of Chinese retail giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. opened its first data centers in the U.K., with two sites operational in Lo

Microsoft launches new Office and cloud services

Microsoft Corp. unveiled a raft of product updates and new services in security, artificial intelligence and other areas as the company tries to susta

Plex to shut down personal cloud streaming service

Media streaming platform Plex has announced it will discontinue its personal cloud streaming service.The Plex Cloud service will shut down on

China Telecom selects Teraco for African hub

China Telecom Middle East and Africa (CTMEA) is establishing an interconnection network and telecommunications hub at Teraco.CTMEA established

AirTrunk raises $618 million to expand data centres

Goldman Sachs-backed AirTrunk has raised A$850 million ($618 million) to fund the expansion of its two Australian datacenters and a move into Asia to

Google One rolling out to US users

Google is rolling out its Google One service to users in the United States, with more countries coming soon.Google is rebranding Google Drive

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