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Cloud computing has been described as a buzzword by many, but for IT managers, software engineers and business executives it is the new reality. But it is also a relatively new technology that is changing fast, so make sure you stay ahead of the curve with the daily cloud computing news email from Wiser. The speed of change in the industry is happening on several fronts, including in technologies and solutions that are making cloud computing more efficient, safe and accessible. Cloud computing solutions deliver technology products and services through the internet, rather than through a local server or personal device. The technology solutions it delivers include data storage, server resources and software applications. There are several companies in the field from small start-ups to the internet's biggest names, including Google, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM. This growth is set to continue as more applications go to the cloud, and greater percentages of company IT budgets are allocated to cloud computing. If this industry affects you sign up for the cloud computing news email from Wiser today. It will keep you up-to-date on the latest developments in the industry, and with the latest innovations in cloud computing technology.

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Oracle plans ‘startup organization’ focused on cloud computing, AI and VR
CIO • John Ribeiro
NAB 2017: How AI is remaking Hollywood
The Official Google Blog • Tariq Shaukat
iMedicalApps: Amazon and Merck Think Alexa Can Tackle Diabetes
MedPage Today • Greg Von Portz
Palo Alto NetworksVoice: Why Security Policy Matters Most In Multicloud Environments
Forbes • Palo Alto Networks, Palo Alto Networks Contributor
Palo Alto NetworksVoice: When Securing Data And Apps Across Many Clouds, Act Like There's Just One
Forbes • Palo Alto Networks, Palo Alto Networks Contributor
This quarter is 'not the time to get aggressive on Amazon' stock, analyst says
CNBC
Republican Candidate Opposed to Gun Registry Made Millions With Company Slated to Build Gun Registry
First Look Media • Lee Fang
Architectural Considerations of Modernizing SharePoint Apps
Redmond Magazine • Oliver Wirkus
Deep dive on AWS vs. Azure vs. Google cloud storage options
CIO • Brandon Butler
IDG Contributor Network: Embrace the hybrid cloud by dispelling security and latency myths
CIO • Anant Jhingran
 
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Oracle plans ‘startup organization’ focused on cloud computing, AI and VR
CIOJohn Ribeiro
Oracle is hiring people for a "new startup organization" inside its North America operation that will focus on key technology trends, including cloud computing, internet of things, artificial Intelligence, and augmented and virtual reality. The Solution Engineering organization the company is setting...
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Cloud Computing Services, Education
NAB 2017: How AI is remaking Hollywood
The Official Google BlogTariq Shaukat
Greetings from Las Vegas, where the National Association of Broadcasters is having its annual conference. At NAB, 1,700 exhibitors and more than 100,000 attendees take over the Las Vegas Convention Center, representing a dozen industries including TV, movies, radio — and now,...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
iMedicalApps: Amazon and Merck Think Alexa Can Tackle Diabetes
MedPage TodayGreg Von Portz
Amazon Alexa is a digital personal assistant that has become a popular household item utilized in Amazon's hardware like Echo and Echo Dot and it's easy to see why: Alexa plays music via voice command, gives the time and temp, and does...
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Cloud Computing Services, Security Software & Services
Palo Alto NetworksVoice: Why Security Policy Matters Most In Multicloud Environments
ForbesPalo Alto Networks, Palo Alto Networks Contributor
By Jason Compton As more businesses place software and parts of their infrastructure in the cloud, they’re being faced with a new challenge. At issue is how to strike the right balance between deriving the most benefit from a multicloud strategy and...
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Cloud Computing Services, Security Software & Services
Palo Alto NetworksVoice: When Securing Data And Apps Across Many Clouds, Act Like There's Just One
ForbesPalo Alto Networks, Palo Alto Networks Contributor
By Bob Violino Although many organizations are using more than one type of cloud service, the key to strong security is to act as if there is one cloud, according to Sai Balabhadrapatruni, a senior security manager at Palo Alto Networks. Companies...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
This quarter is 'not the time to get aggressive on Amazon' stock, analyst says
CNBC
One tech analyst says he sees some issues with Amazon stock.
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Cloud Computing Services, Homeland Security
Republican Candidate Opposed to Gun Registry Made Millions With Company Slated to Build Gun Registry
First Look MediaLee Fang
“Your name, your address, your guns — in a big government computer,” the narrator of Montana Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte’s TV ad says as a computer screen shows an imaginary “national gun registry.” Then Gianforte, declaring his support for the Second...
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Architectural Considerations of Modernizing SharePoint Apps
Redmond MagazineOliver Wirkus
Now that SharePoint is ripe for "app modernization," the next step is to decide which architecture is best to support enterprise requirements in terms of scalability and maintainability. When enterprises discovered the benefits of integrating business applications into their SharePoint intranets many...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Deep dive on AWS vs. Azure vs. Google cloud storage options
CIOBrandon Butler
One of the most common use cases for public IaaS cloud computing is storage and that’s for good reason: Instead of buying hardware and managing it, users simply upload data to the cloud and pay for how much they put there. +MORE...
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Cloud Computing Services
IDG Contributor Network: Embrace the hybrid cloud by dispelling security and latency myths
CIOAnant Jhingran
If you’re still thinking “private data center” and don’t have an ironclad regulatory reason for doing so, you should really ask yourself: Why? Fewer and fewer companies are holding out. They’ve had to navigate many wants and needs, from security and regulations...
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