Cloud

Brexit gets real with 22% Azure price hike in UK

While most international vendors were keen to state Brexit would not impact the UK negatively in the aftermath of the referendum, it would appear Microsoft has given up treading lightly around the situation.

Going private sets us free – Rackspace CTO

The world of cloud computing can be as cruel as it can be kind, offering opportunities for some and difficulties for others as Rackspace has found out in recent years.

Genband tempts IBM with Kandy cloud

Real-time communications company Genband has got involved with IBM to deliver a bunch of cloud-based enterprise comms goodness.

Microsoft and IBM find joy in the cloud

Cloud computing has hit the headlines for Microsoft as the technology giant reported a year-on-year rise of 116% for Azure, while IBM continued to move in a cloudy direction.

AT&T and AWS get down and cloudy

AT&T has announced a new strategic alliance with AWS to optimize delivery of integrated solutions built on the companies’ cloud and networking capabilities.

DT says welcome to the House of Clouds

In a move of consummate German straight-forwardness, Deutsche Telekom has decided not to wait for the rest of the world to catch-up and is simply getting on with its own IoT stuff.

SAP tries to show us how big its IoT is

Posturing in the technology industry is nothing new, but it can be slightly awkward when it’s a company which is still trying to justify its place in the cloud era.

Nokia shows signs of virtual progress

As the big network players edge incrementally closer to offering something that can reasonably, with a straight face, be described as 5G, Nokia has given an old launch a new airing.

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