1. A history of the federal government and cloud computing. 2. Non-transitive dice. 3. A new book, due out in August: iGen: Why Today’s Super-Connected Kids Are Growing Up Less Rebellious, More Tolerant, Less Happy–and Completely Unprepared for Adulthood–and What That Means for the Rest of Us. By Jean M. Show More Summary
The cloud computing market is dominated by some familiar names. Amazon's cloud service is its most profitable unit. Microsoft has pegged its future to its cloud computing businesses, leading to a very enthusiastic response from Wall Street. Show More Summary
Microsoft shares traded down on worries of higher spending rates, but Bernstein's Mark Moerdler argues spending growth areas of cloud computing and LinkedIn will pay off big-time down the road.
Microsoft released promising earnings on Thursday. The company's shares jumped around 1% after its reported a 13% increase in revenue, in large part due to its exploding cloud business. Microsoft's cloud computing platform reported $7.43 billion in revenue, an 11% increase year over year. Show More Summary
Juniper Networks is making an underappreciated "pivot" to cloud computing, writes Raymond James Simon Leopold, as he upgrades the stock to the equivalent of a Buy.
Remember when worries about security and uptime dampened conversations about cloud infrastructure as a service? Those concerns that were common just a couple of years ago have nearly evaporated, according to Terry Wise (pictured), vice president of worldwide alliances, channels and ecosystem at Amazon Web Services Inc. Show More Summary
If you’re a top-level business executive advised by an outside computer consultant to try a cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution, it’s understandable why you might be curious about the
Microsoft on Thursday reported that its quarterly earnings was lifted on the back of its shift to focusing on computing services hosted in the internet cloud.
Many recruitment examinations such as SSC CPO, SSC MTS, SSC CHSL, IBPS PO, IBPS RRB, NABARD, RBI Grade B, etc, have a lot of questions asked on the topic of Computer Awareness. Most jobs in today’s world require more than simple literacy in computer knowledge. Show More Summary
Personal computing sales continue to be a drag on the company as it pivots towards a focus on cloud computing.
IBM recently reported a slowdown in revenues in its Q2 results on July 18, as the shift to cloud computing and currency headwinds continued to plague the company.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Microsoft's cloud computing business helped boost its fourth-quarter revenue and earnings above Wall Street's expectations, further validating a strategy pushed by CEO Satya Nadella since he took over in 2014. The...Show More Summary
Revenue grew 13 percent during the quarter ending in June.
Microsoft's efforts to build its Internet cloud business seem to paying off as a healthy boost in sales helped push up profits for the quarter ending in June. The technology company, which grew to prominence for selling software that powers personal computers, has been working to turn itself into a leader in cloud computing as it works to catch up to […]
Microsoft continued its rebirth as a force in cloud-computing, posting stronger-than-expected gains in its business of selling web-based services to corporate customers.
All eyes will be on expenses in Microsoft's fiscal Q4 report this afternoon, after the closing bell, given rumors of cuts of 3,000 staffers and rising costs for things such as Azure cloud computing and LinkedIn.
Computer Awareness forms a big part of General Awareness section. Especially in bank exams, knowledge of computers is necessary. Questions on Computer Awareness topics like Cloud Computing, networking were asked in major exams like SBI PO, IBPS Clerk. Show More Summary
IBM's key revenue category, "strategic imperatives," which includes cloud computing, saw its growth slow in Q2, distressing both bull and bear, though some bulls, such as Stifel's David Grossman, urged investors to see the progress in the fine print.
Microsoft's cloud computing platform will be used outside China for collaboration by members of a self-driving car alliance formed by Chinese internet search giant Baidu, the companies announced on Tuesday.
International Business Machines said second-quarter profit fell 6.9% from a year earlier as revenue declined in the business units that include its cloud computing and Watson-artificial intelligence operations.