Amazon is stepping up its competition with Google, Microsoft and IBM with a new service, Bloomberg reported. The service aims to simplify running artificial intelligence software on computers rented from the company.
Red Hat announced this week a strategic partnership with Spanish bank BBVA designed to create a digital banking platform supported by Red Hat cloud products, including OpenStack, OpenShift and CloudForms.
Expanding their existing partnership, Citrix announced Tuesday that it has selected Microsoft's Azure as its cloud of choice. The two companies will also work on integrating Citrix XenMobile and NetScaler with Microsoft's Enterprise Mobility Suite.
Dropbox has been making some improvements to Project Infinite. Now teams have a bit more security, as Dropbox no longer allows users to move shared team folders onto their local drive, a blog post explained.
Cray has released the Urika-GX, an agile analytics system that brings together supercomputing tech and an open, enterprise-ready software framework to enable enterprises to process big data quickly.
TechnologyOne, an Australian software company, has an ambitious three-year plan to take on Oracle and SAP in the U.S. enterprise, education and local government markets.
Open-source enterprise software provider Red Hat has made huge financial strides, ending its latest fiscal year with revenue topping $2 billion for the first time. Barrons' Jack Hough predicted on Saturday that the company's shares would grow by 30 percent within a year, moving from a recent $73 per share up to $95.
Expect Salesforce to rely even more heavily on Amazon's cloud platform from here on out. Salesforce executives spoke of the deepening partnership between the two tech powerhouses in the company's quarterly earnings call this week.
Natterbox, a U.K.-based global voice cloud services provider, introduced Thursday Natterbox VoiceCloud PBX for Salesforce. The offering is the first global telephony system managed from within Salesforce, the company said.
Game on, Microsoft. Google is looking to knock you off your productivity suite pedestal. The Mountain View company's release of new developer tools Wednesday greatly simplifies the process of writing applications that integrate with Google Apps.