IoT software spending will total $154 billion in 2019 and see the fastest growth over the forecast period with a CAGR of 16.6 percent.
Alphabet’s share of network and IT capex beat the two top cloud providers Amazon and Microsoft for the 12-month period ending Q3 2018.
When it comes to hybrid cloud, “we are thinking about how to do that better,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai.
Managed service providers' customers — especially IT, energy, healthcare, communications, and manufacturing companies — are the end target for these attacks.
VirusTotal also has new capabilities to help companies’ threat intelligence teams better analyze massive amounts of data.
The security company that spun out of Alphabet’s secretive X research lab in January still hasn’t set a release date for its analytics platform.
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.
Chronicle will use machine learning to help enterprises manage their data.
The company is gaining new cloud customers via partnerships with vendors.
The balloon-based connectivity project is working with AT&T.
“Our goal is abundant bandwidth for everyone.”
AWS remains the dominant cloud player, but Microsoft and Google are closing in.
Google nearly tripled its big cloud deals in one year.
CEOs from Amazon, Microsoft, and SAP, will discuss improving security and government infrastructure.
Watch out retailers - Google eyes retail opportunities.