Following concerns from Senator Marco Rubio (R-Florida) that American companies are not using their repatriated cash to invest in the American worker, we looked into what seven tech companies are planning to do with the billions they brought back.
Under this scenario Dell would exchange its common stock, privately held by Michael Dell and Silver Lake, for shares of the company’s publicly traded VMware stock.
The contract comes as Microsoft competes against other cloud providers for a $10 billion Pentagon deal called JEDI.
The platform relies on Canonical's Ubuntu Core OS and Snaps application packaging system.
Airship will build clouds ‘where absolutely everything is a container from the bare metal up.’
Red Hat enhances its virtualization game; HPE releases AI and ML suite for telcos; CA Technologies gets stamp of approval from U.S. Department of Defense.
The Atlanta-based firm expects to add new data centers by year-end to support multi-access edge computing and cloud services.
Trump today said his support of ZTE came directly from a request made by Chinese President Xi.
Heptio CTO Joe Beda explained that orchestration infers a plan from the start, while Kubernetes is more about not knowing what's going to emerge.
Gee Rittenhouse says security needs to be simpler. The complexity that today's security professionals deal with is overwhelming.
From foliage that blocks antennas to bandwidth speeds that vary dramatically, global operators open up about the good, bad, and ugly of their 5G trials.
The company now counts over 5,800 Catalyst 9000 customers, up from 3,100 last quarter.
Oracle will integrate the DataScience.com cloud workspace platform for data science into its Oracle Cloud infrastructure.
Hopefully there’s enough good will built up in open source groups to survive the actions of governments during these times.
Verizon’s annual data breach report found web applications had the most breaches in 2017.