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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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What Amazon’s Purchase of Whole Foods Really Means
The New Yorker • Joshua Rothman
8 steps to becoming a 'cloud-native' enterprise
Smart Planet
The Cloud Policy Police, CA Technologies Issues A Call To Arms
Forbes • Adrian Bridgwater, Contributor
Larry Ellison's Net Worth Just Rose $5 Billion In Two Days
Forbes • Forbes Staff, Noah Kirsch
Oracle's Quarter: Taken At The Flood
Seeking Alpha • Bert Hochfeld
China IT's Continuing Snowden-NSA Windfall
Forbes • Forbes Staff, Russell Flannery
The Market Recognizes That Amazon Is Different
Seeking Alpha • Andy Singleton
Google to stop scanning Gmail for ads personalization
The Economic Times of India • Ians
Google Will No Longer Scan Gmail for Ad Targeting
The New York Times • Daisuke Wakabayashi
Google Home Outsmarts Amazon Alexa in 3,000 Question Quiz
Fortune Magazine • John Patrick Pullen
 
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
What Amazon’s Purchase of Whole Foods Really Means
The New YorkerJoshua Rothman
Last week, two days before announcing that it would be acquiring Whole Foods, Amazon released a short promotional video for a new product called the Dash Wand. The Wand is a candy-bar-size gizmo that costs twenty dollars. It sticks to your refrigerator...
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Agile Software Development , Cloud Computing Services
8 steps to becoming a 'cloud-native' enterprise
Smart Planet
Go Agile, go DevOps, get the right skills, and don't fret the ROI just yet.
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CA Technologies, Cloud Computing Services
The Cloud Policy Police, CA Technologies Issues A Call To Arms
ForbesAdrian Bridgwater, Contributor
Adrian Bridgwater CA aims, in effect, to provide a cloud microservices, API policy and operational policy police force muscle with its CA Live API Creator & CA API Gateway products. Software application development is becoming more granular in the sense that we...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Larry Ellison's Net Worth Just Rose $5 Billion In Two Days
ForbesForbes Staff, Noah Kirsch
As the dot-com bubble deflated, Larry Ellison’s fortune dwindled, too–from $58 billion in the autumn of 2000 to $22 billion the following fall. As of this week, his net worth has finally surged back; Oracle shares are soaring, and Ellison is richer...
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Accounting, Cloud Computing Services
Oracle's Quarter: Taken At The Flood
Seeking AlphaBert Hochfeld
Summary Oracle reported the results of its fiscal Q4 and 2017 fiscal year the other evening. The quarter showed significant beats in terms of revenues. Earnings as reported were also a beat. Guidance, both for the current quarter and the full year...
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Big Data, Cisco Systems Inc
China IT's Continuing Snowden-NSA Windfall
ForbesForbes Staff, Russell Flannery
China for decades was a cozy world for techies with a U.S. education, ethnic Chinese roots, and an interest in coming to the mainland to work, especially for a multinational company. Joe Chang knows: He once lived that life. “I was at...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
The Market Recognizes That Amazon Is Different
Seeking AlphaAndy Singleton
Summary Investors react to the Amazon/Whole Foods deal by increasing valuation, indicating that they see increasing returns to scale and complexity - the opposite of the usual reaction. Whole Foods' competitors sell off, indicating that investors in ordinary grocery stores agree with...
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Cloud Computing Services, Digital Advertising
Google to stop scanning Gmail for ads personalization
The Economic Times of IndiaIans
SAN FRANCISCO: Google has announced that it will stop scanning the inboxes of Gmails free users for ad personalization at some point later this year. Diane Greene, Google's Senior Vice President for Google Cloud, said the company made this decision because it...
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Advertising Industry, Cloud Computing Services
Google Will No Longer Scan Gmail for Ad Targeting
The New York TimesDaisuke Wakabayashi
SAN FRANCISCO — Google plans to abandon its longstanding practice of scanning user email in its Gmail service to serve targeted advertising. Google said it does not scan the email of paying corporate customers of its G Suite of services, but it...
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Amazon.com Inc, Cloud Computing Services
Google Home Outsmarts Amazon Alexa in 3,000 Question Quiz
Fortune MagazineJohn Patrick Pullen
Don't judge a smart speaker by its sales — at least that's the story floating around the internet today, as Ad Age has revealed a study showing that Google Home is six times likelier than Amazon Alexa to answer user requests correctly....
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