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The company is awarding cloud computing and artificial intelligence resources to environmental researchers confronting the challenges faced by the world's oceans.
The new SaaS offering aims to make it easier for developers to build, package and deploy container applications to any cloud-native application architecture.
Company extends big data platform to add interactive functionality that enables self-service exploration of entire big data sets in real time.
Azure Functions, Microsoft's serverless computing platform, now supports the popular Java programming language.
Cloud machine types based on Intel's Skylake processors will offer up to 96 vCPUs and 624GB of memory.
Microsoft TechSpark is working to bridge the digital divide and narrow the technology skills gap in rural areas beginning with Fargo, North Dakota.
Videos from questionable sources are getting high play on the video-sharing site says The Guardian and the Wall Street Journal.
Facebook users will soon see a new button on articles that they can click to learn context about the story's publisher. The social network believes these pop-up windows will help readers determine whether or not the news is from a credible outlet.
New advanced analytics package gives integrated view of cloud, on premise and mobile usage to more effectively control SaaS usage and spending.
These connectors provide an automated way to make trial balances available in the cloud—and thus available for accountants wherever they may be.
Google's Cloud Identity and Access Management system lets security administrators enforce highly granular permissions to enterprise data and resources in the cloud.
Oracle is the latest major IT provider to offer a blockchain cloud service; IBM and Microsoft have both been offering their own version of this for a while.