As cloud services become ubiquitous in the workplace, expectations for uptime rise.
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Google is adding to its cloud storage options with the debut of a network attached storage (NAS) service called Google Cloud Filestore.
BP will bring the majority of IT back in-house as part of a wider modernisation programme across the entire energy group, spanning 74,000 employees.
When Microsoft looks into the near and far future, it sees artificial intelligence, particularly the hottest branch of it, called deep learning.
BP is embracing automation and machine learning to run what it calls 'intelligent operations' and maximise business value in its supply and trading division.
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Oracle is changing the way it reports its all-important cloud figures every quarter, but analysts aren't impressed by the change.
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Hewlett Packard Enterprise is certifying complete enterprise software stacks - Microsoft, SAP, Citrix - for EdgeLine converged infrastructure devices.
HPE has a US$4B to build out a computing architecture that spans the data centre, edge network and cloud over the next four years.
The software developer is expected to push companies to switch to Office 365 by tightening access to that software's online services.
With its new GreenLake Hybrid Cloud offering, Hewlett Packard Enterprise's message to the enterprise is simple: Your cloud, your way.