Gartner has identified Microsoft Azure as a leader in the analyst firm’s Magic Quadrant for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), for the third year in a row.
Gartner has identified Microsoft Azure as a leader in the ana
Fujitsu, a leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, has announced the ongoing global rollout of its next-generation IaaS and PaaS cloud service - Fujitsu Cloud Service K5.
This is the first cloud co
Eighty-four per cent of organizations have experienced a trend toward customers wanting a more individualized experience, while 70 per cent have experienced this trend from employees, a report said.
Oracle announced the findings o
The Public Pension Agency (PPA), an entity within Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Finance, has implemented an Oracle database technology to gain maximum availability with active/active configuration across two separate sites.
Microsoft said it resolved an outage on its Azure cloud computing service, which occurred across multiple regions on Monday.
Partial disruptions began as of 1.40 p.m. ET on Aug. 18, the company said on the Azure website.
Saudi-based telecom operator Mobily said it has reached an agreement with Intel for the exclusive use of “Powered by Intel Cloud Technology” logo along with its cloud services in the Middle East, Turkey and Africa region.
The cloud services look set to grow four times faster than traditional Information Technology (IT) services drawing investments worth more than $72 billion by 2015, said an expert.
“This is no surprise as cloud-based service
Batelco, the leading telecom service provider in Bahrain, has launched its first cloud service IMaaS, a software as a service (SaaS) platform that enables firms to build business decisions based on unique insights into their infrastructure.
Nvidia has announced that leading genomics institute, BGI, will launch a service that will enable researchers worldwide to perform affordable next-generation sequencing (NGS) bioinformatics analysis in the cloud.
The new ‘EasyGenomics’ ser
Amazon.com is introducing an online service to allow customers to store their music files remotely and access them through their smartphones and computers in a move aimed at drawing music buyers from rivals such as Apple's iTunes.