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Adobe’s Creative Cloud app gets a new look

Adobe’s Creative Cloud app gets a new look As Adobe expanded its product lineup and cloud-based services in recent years, its core Creative Cloud app, the desktop app you use to download the rest of the Creative Cloud apps, started to feel a bit limited. Today, the company is introducing a completely […]

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Okta wants to make every user a security ally

Okta wants to make every user a security ally End users tend to get a bad rap in the security business because they are often the weakest security link. They fall for phishing schemes, use weak passwords and often unknowingly are the conduit for malicious actors getting into your company’s systems. Okta […]

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Suse’s OpenStack Cloud dissipates

Suse’s OpenStack Cloud dissipates Suse, the newly independent open-source company behind the eponymous Linux distribution and an increasingly large set of managed enterprise services, today announced a bit of a new strategy as it looks to stay on top of the changing trends in the enterprise developer space. Over the course of […]

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Nadella warns government conference not to betray user trust

Nadella warns government conference not to betray user trust Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, delivering the keynote at the Microsoft Government Leaders Summit in Washington, DC today, had a message for attendees to maintain user trust in their tools technologies above all else. He said it is essential to earn user trust, regardless […]

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Satya Nadella looks to the future with edge computing

Satya Nadella looks to the future with edge computing Speaking today at the Microsoft Government Leaders Summit in Washington DC, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella made the case for edge computing, even while pushing the Azure cloud as what he called “the world’s computer.” While Amazon, Google and other competitors may have something […]

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Render challenges the cloud’s biggest vendors with cheaper, managed infrastructure

Render challenges the cloud’s biggest vendors with cheaper, managed infrastructure Render, a participant in the TechCrunch Disrupt SF Startup Battlefield, has a big idea. It wants to take on the world’s biggest cloud vendors by offering developers a cheaper alternative that also removes a lot of the complexity around managing cloud infrastructure. […]

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Microsoft OneDrive Personal Vault rolls out worldwide, launches expandable storage

Microsoft OneDrive Personal Vault rolls out worldwide, launches expandable storage Earlier this summer, Microsoft introduced an extra layer of security to its Dropbox competitor, OneDrive. The security features, called OneDrive Personal Vault, allow users to protect their files with two-step verification, like a fingerprint or facial recognition, PIN code, or a one-time […]

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Confluent adds free tier to Kafka real-time streaming data cloud service

Confluent adds free tier to Kafka real-time streaming data cloud service When Confluent launched a cloud service in 2017, it was trying to reduce some of the complexity related to running a Kafka streaming data application. Today, it introduced a free tier to that cloud service. The company hopes to expand its […]

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Why is Dropbox reinventing itself?

Why is Dropbox reinventing itself? According to Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, 80% of the product’s users rely on it, at least partially, for work. It makes sense, then, that the company is refocusing to try and cement its spot in the workplace; to shed its image as “just” a file storage company […]

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Google will soon open a cloud region in Poland

Google will soon open a cloud region in Poland Google today announced its plans to open a new cloud region in Warsaw, Poland to better serve its customers in Central and Eastern Europe. This move is part of Google’s overall investment in expanding the physical footprint of its data centers. Only a […]

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