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Google Rolls Out Custom Roles for Cloud Identity Management

After completing the beta test cycle, Google Cloud Identity and Access Management is now generally available to IT administrators.
Microsoft Kubernetes Components

New Cisco Container Platform to Support Kubernetes Orchestrator

At its Cisco Live event, the company unveils its Cisco Container Platform, which becomes the latest addition to its hybrid cloud partnership with Google.
Azure IoT Events Service

Microsoft's IoT-Friendly Azure Event Grid Service Goes Live

The service enables the development of serverless applications that react to events from IoT and mobile devices.
Microsoft Azure Cloud Revenue Spikes

Microsoft Azure Cloud Revenue Nearly Doubles in Q2 2018

Azure revenue nearly doubles, helping Microsoft blast past Wall Street estimates for the second quarter of fiscal year 2018.
Daily Tech Briefing Feb. 1, 2018

Red Hat Buys CoreOS to Extend Influence in Kubernetes Community VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Red Hat acquires Kubernetes vendor CoreOS for $250 million; Cisco adds assurance capabilities to its intent-based network strategy; Google partners with MobileIron on a platform for buying cloud services; and there's more.

How Best to Deploy Bots, Automation for IT Efficiencies

Companies are turning to bots to avoid the hassle that apps bring and create a pleasant CX, defined as “customer experience.” But best practices are a good idea.
Google Play Malware

Google Removed 700,000 Android Apps From Mobile App Store in 2017

Improved machine learning tools helped Google remove 70 percent more malicious and potentially harmful apps than the year before, company says.

Oracle CEO Urges Enterprises to Ditch Data Centers and Move to Cloud

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd said the proliferation of Silicon Valley IT companies that offered enterprises a plethora of choices for their IT systems has produced complex and costly data centers that should be replaced by cloud systems.

IBM Flips on Fast New Nvidia Processors for AI Apps in Cloud

The Nvidia V100 GPU is the fastest graphics processing unit to date, and when combined with the IBM Cloud, it is designed to enable enterprises, data scientists and researchers to do more work in less time.

Digital Transformations Being Slowed by Application Backlogs

Research indicates organizations are overwhelmed by an increasing number of software applications needed to support changing IT environments.
Google MobileIron SaaS Platform

Google Partners With MobileIron on Platform for Buying Cloud Services

The goal of the Google-MobileIron partnership is to give enterprises, ISVs, and resellers a more secure way to buy and sell Software-as-a-Service applications.
Red Hat CoreOS

Red Hat Acquires Kubernetes Vendor CoreOS for $250M

The deal will bring together the technologies from two of the largest vendors in the Kubernetes container orchestration ecosystem as demand in multi-cloud technologies continues to grow.

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