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ADP discovers development benefits of combining virtualization with cloud ‘bursts’

Agility means more than just speed. It also comes down to flexibility. The cloud provides that flexibility to companies by offerings services on demand, and when a company needs more storage or compute, it’s there. When they don’t, those things go away. Show More Summary

Data reduction tech enables large-scale flash storage arrays

The dramatic size increase of stored datasets, coupled with enterprise demand for faster computing, has driven significant innovation in the data storage industry. The traditional solution of high-performance flash storage systems have...Show More Summary

Quartz’s iPhone news app gets augmented reality treatment with ARKit

News readers who use Quartz Media LLC’s iPhone app can now experience the news in full, live 3-D right from their phones with an augmented reality update. With this addition, some Quartz news stories will include illustrative 3-D objects...Show More Summary

HashiCorp’s new Sentinel tool creates corporate ‘policy guardrails’

Infrastructure automation provider HashiCorp Inc. is doubling down on policy enforcement. The startup, which counts Pinterest Inc. and Barclays PLC among its clients, today introduced a framework called Sentinel to help companies enforce internal compliance policies. Show More Summary

Google’s natural language processing service gets smarter

Like other web giants, Google Inc. is investing a lot of resources into recruiting artificial intelligence researchers. Improving its developer services is one of the ways in which the company has been putting that talent to use. Today, the Alphabet Inc. Show More Summary

Twilio opens its cloud communications platform to non-developers

Some 1.6 million developers use Twilio Inc.’s namesake cloud platform to provide communications features such as voice calling in their applications. Now, the company hopes to grow that number even further by bringing non-technical professionals into the fold. Show More Summary

Next IT launches tools to help enterprises build their own AI solutions

Veteran AI company Next IT announced today that it is launching a suite of AI development tools and data libraries for businesses who want to build their own conversational AI. Next IT has been in the conversational AI business since before...Show More Summary

Watch live: Exploring the software-defined storage market at Veritas Vision 2017

Happy to live in the cloud, Veritas Technologies LLC has built a competitive advantage around software-defined storage in an increasingly cloud-ready market. Looking to explore this topic and others, SiliconANGLE is broadcasting live...Show More Summary

Threat Stack’s centralized cybersecurity vision attracts $45M in funding

Against the backdrop of the attack against Equifax Inc. that compromised over 140 million consumers, companies are investing heavily in cybersecurity to avoid becoming the next headline. Startups such as Threat Stack Inc. are rushing to meet the demand, with enthusiastic support from venture capitalists. Show More Summary

Smartsheet enhances its collaboration suite with new automation features

Smartsheet Inc. is enhancing its collaboration software suite with new capabilities that allow employees to further automate some of the more repetitive, manual tasks they perform on a daily basis. In turn, that should free up employees...Show More Summary

Salesforce upgrades Einstein AI suite’s crystal ball

Since introducing its Einstein suite of artificial intelligence features a year ago, Inc. has been regularly making new additions to the lineup. Today the company unveiled one of the most significant updates yet. The main...Show More Summary

ExtraHop adds 3D mapping for visualizing network-based threats

Another networking provider is climbing into the security market. ExtraHop Networks Inc., maker of an appliance-based analytics platform for monitoring networks, is rolling out version 7.0 today. It features what it calls “Live Activity Maps,” which are three-dimensional representations of interactions within networks. Show More Summary

To the dismay of some, W3C approves digital rights management for Web browsers

Much to the dismay of some, the World Wide Web Consortium has approved a digital rights management standard for Hypertext Markup Language 5, the standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications. The new standard,Show More Summary

Bitcoin price bounces after Chinese bitcoin ban fears abate

The price of bitcoin surged past $4,000 in trading Monday following a market slump driven by a decision by China to ban bitcoin exchanges, as well as negative comments about the cryptocurrency from JPMorgan Chase & Co. Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon. Show More Summary

Startup Netsil introduces ‘Google Maps of microservices applications’

Startup Netsil Inc. is coming out of stealth mode today with a monitoring and visualization platform for cloud applications that enables DevOps teams to see all services and their dependencies on a network without the need for additional coding. Show More Summary

Uber could be facing a massive license fee hike in London

Uber Technologies Inc. could be looking at paying £2.9 million (about $3.9 million) to continue its operations in London. This would be a significant increase from the £2,826 the city’s transport regulator, Transport for London, charged the ride-hailing giant in 2012. Show More Summary

Department of Justice launches criminal probe into share trading by Equifax executives

In another blow for hacked consumer credit reporting agency Equifax Inc., the U.S. Department of Justice has opened a criminal investigation into $1.8 million in stock sales made by three Equifax executives in the days prior to the public disclosure of its hack. Show More Summary

IBM launches cloud data migration service to rival AWS Snowball

Playing catch up to its main cloud rivals, IBM Corp. yesterday launched a competing physical cloud mass data migration service, designed to rival similar offerings from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.Show More Summary

John Chambers says he’ll step down from Cisco’s board in December

Cisco Systems Inc.’s former chief executive officer and current executive chairman John Chambers (pictured) will stand down from the company’s board of directors in December, its been revealed. Chambers, who served as CEO from 1995 to...Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services one-ups rivals with per-second cloud pricing

Hoping to stay ahead of hard-charging rivals in cloud computing, Amazon Web Services Inc. today said that starting next month, it will start charging for its computing services by the second. Competitors such as Google Cloud Platform...Show More Summary

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