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DataGravity pitches virtual machine-aware security to stop ransomware

Continuing its pivot into the security market following last year’ exit from the storage hardware business, DataGravity Inc. today is announcing DataGravity for Virtualization, a product suite that protects data in virtual machine environments. Show More Summary

Cyber insurance premiums surge after a year of high profile hacks

Increasing demands for cyber insurance due to the growing fear of cyber attacks is increasing the costs of premiums, at least according to one U.K. insurance underwriter. CFC Underwriting Ltd. claims that the knowledge of incidents like the Yahoo Inc. Show More Summary

Microsoft adds search features to Dynamics 365 cloud business software

Microsoft has updated its cloud-based business and customer management service platform Dynamics 365 with enhanced search features that the company says makes it easier for users to find the answers they’re looking for. Dynamics 365 combines customer relationship management and enterprise resource planning software into a cloud service. Show More Summary

Bitcoin exchange operator pleads guilty to multiple charges in case

The operator of the now-disgraced bitcoin exchange has pleaded guilty in U.S. federal court to multiple charges in relation to running the service. Anthony Murgio, 33, of Tampa, Florida, was arrested in July 2015 on charges of breaching...Show More Summary

CEO Marissa Mayer, five others to quit Yahoo’s board post-merger with Verizon

Yahoo Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marissa Mayer will resign from the company’s board of directors once its planned $4.8 billion merger with Verizon Communications Corp. is completed. Meanwhile, what’s left of Yahoo will be renamed Altaba...Show More Summary

Reports: Amazon has acquired data security startup

Amazon Web Services has acquired San Diego-based data security startup Inc., according to multiple reports published Monday. Although the deal wasn’t confirmed by either company, TechCrunch reported the cost of the acquisition...Show More Summary

Report: Google’s parent company looking to sell Skybox satellite business

Google parent company Alphabet may be scaling back its efforts to provide internet access the world over with a report Monday claiming the mega corporation is attempting to offload Skybox, a satellite imaging company it acquired for $500 million in 2014. Show More Summary

Rumor: Facebook to start showing ads in the middle of videos

If you thought ads on Facebook were already annoying, then prepare yourself. According to rumors reported by Recode, Facebook Inc. could soon start showing ads in the middle of some of its videos. Citing industry sources, Recode reported...Show More Summary

Tim Sweeney: VR is exciting, but AR will be ‘the device for a billion users’

Epic Games CEO and Founder Tim Sweeney is at the forefront of the virtual reality revolution thanks to his company’s work on Unreal Engine 4, which powers a wide range of VR games and experiences, and this week he looked ahead at the future of the VR industry in an in-depth interview with Glixel. Show More Summary

Google quietly ends support for Hangouts-based apps

Developers creating apps using the application programming interface for Google Inc.’s video and chat app Google Hangouts will have to look elsewhere, soon as the company focuses more on two new video and chat apps introduced last year. Show More Summary

Microsoft and Qualcomm invest in Israeli startup foundry Team8

Major tech firms regularly fund startups with technology that is relevant to their market or strategic goals, but it’s much rarer to see an investment in a venture capital firm. As a result,  Israeli security incubator Team8 attracted...Show More Summary

Feedback frenzy: Can subscription business fill in data blanks? | #theCUBE

As companies struggle to convert the right data types into a profit punch, new approaches are tested and discarded. One method for honing in on customer behavior may lie in the emerging subscription economy. Can the data flowing in from...Show More Summary

Museums to use Google’s Tango AR platform to spice up exhibits

Google Inc. announced today that it is opening up its Tango augmented reality platform to a number of museums around the world, starting today with the Detroit Institute of Arts. Through a partnership with virtual tour publishing app...Show More Summary

Citrix shifts to the cloud with new Azure-based virtual desktop services

Cloud computing is dominating the agenda at Citrix Systems Inc.’s annual partner summit today in Anaheim, California, as the desktop virtualization giant is unveiling services aimed at helping customers of its on-premises software switch to a more modern “as-a-service” model. Show More Summary

Atlassian shells out $425M to buy team collaboration service Trello

Atlassian Corporation Plc is kicking off the week with a big addition to its collaboration lineup. The Australian project management giant has announced that it’s acquiring Trello Inc., the startup behind the hugely popular task management service of the same name, for about $425 million. Show More Summary

Uber has started sharing traffic data with local authorities

In a decided change of direction for a company that doesn’t usually play nice with local Government, Uber Inc. has announced its intention to share its traffic data with its nemesis. The program has been dubbed “Uber Movement” and will...Show More Summary

Cloud storage firm Bitcasa bites the dust as it shuts down all services

Cloud storage operator Bitcasa Inc. has bailed out of the game for good, according to a blog post by ex-Chief Executive Officer Brian Taptich. But Taptich’s final message that the company is “no more” is nonetheless somewhat cryptic,...Show More Summary

Bitcasa bites the dust as it shuts down all services

Cloud storage operator Bitcasa Inc. has bailed out of the game for good – the company is officially “no more”, according to a blog post by ex-Chief Executive Officer Brian Taptich. But Taptich’s final message is somewhat cryptic, as he says “this is not bad news”. Show More Summary

Google’s Waymo to start testing self-driving Chrysler minivans later this month

Waymo, the company previously known as Google Inc.’s self-driving car division, is finally starting to get serious about bringing its technology to market with the deployment of a test program with Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV. The two...Show More Summary

Report: Customer service emerges as a key business differentiator

Sales has long been the biggest priority for many organizations, while customer service has often taken a backseat, being treated as a necessary evil and only ever being given limited resources. But a new report from Inc.’s...Show More Summary

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