Cloud technology companies like Microsoft, Amazon.com Inc. and Huawei Technologies Co. are looking to expand in Africa to take advantage of growing telecommunications infrastructure and work in areas like e-commerce and mobile payments.
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ServiceNow Inc., a maker of cloud-based software, unveiled a partnership with Google Cloud and introduced new finance automation software in a bid to reach $10 billion in annual sales.
In Las Vegas, the giant laid out a new hybrid cloud vision and products to support it. But is it transformative?
AWS cloud market share is tops, but Google is growing ahead of Amazon and Azure as it doubles down on enterprise selling tactics under new leadership.
IBM, Oracle and Microsoft are among the companies basking in the White House’s glow these days. All were founded before 1980 and are longtime government contractors with strong bipartisan ties in Washington.
Google takes a fundamentally different approach to the on-prem portion of hybrid cloud.
Three years after striking a similar deal with AWS, VMware says it’ll soon run on Azure.