In an unexpected move on 24th May, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise said it would spin off its enterprise services business and merge it with Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) to create an IT services giant with $26 billion in annual revenue.
Nexans unveiled its latest data centre innovations under the name of “Smart Choices for Digital Infrastructure” in the Middle East.
IBM and Apple’s year-long partnership has reached another level with the PC company’s announcement of new cloud services designed to help large companies incorporate Macs into their IT infrastructures.
According to an IBM tally released recently, the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued more than 1,200 patents to IBM related to cloud technologies during the past 18 months, with 400 of those issued so far in 2015.
Recently HP has released a line of new hybrid flash storage offering aimed at the SMB and new start-up space.
Google has recently expanded its support for Windows workloads running on its cloud, a move that aims to better position Google Cloud Platform to court enterprise customers.
IBM has recently partnered with Abu Dhabi company, Mubadala, to offer its Watson-based data analysis services to the Middle East and North Africa.
IBM and online storage firm Box have recently formed a wide-ranging cloud technologies partnership.
In a decision that could have broad privacy implications, a federal court in New York Thursday ordered Microsoft to comply with a U.S. government demand for a customer’s emails stored on a company server in Dublin, Ireland.
Cloud computing was an estimated $47.4 billion industry in 2013 and is expected to more than double to $107 billion by 2017, research firm IDC predicts.