More exits at SAP
The maker of expensive esoteric business software which no one is sure what it does, SAP, appears to be having trouble keeping senior managers.
Better than Wall Street predicted
Big Blue beat Wall Street's quarterly earnings estimates, posted its first annual revenue growth since 2011 and forecast a 2019 profit above expectations.
Top Augur sees it in the entrails
A top divination expert who has a string of viable predictions under his belt, thinks that Amazon will spin off its cloud business in the near future.
AWS Ground Station launched
Amazon Web Services has unveiled a service that lets owners of satellites rent time on Amazon managed ground stations to send and receive data from orbit.
… and so we were saved
Software king of the world Microsoft has penned an update which is so good it looks down on less useful software from Apple.
Too much data gathering
Software king of the world Microsoft is about to face a kicking from the European Union over its 'large scale and covert' gathering of people's info via Office.
Driven by the need for greater business insights
A pan EU survey suggests that cloud adoption is the new form of business divination tool.
The more things change, the more they stay the same
New cloud technology is still largely dependant on century old magnetic tape, and unfortunately, there are not the makers around that there used to be.
Swiss knife for heterogeneous AI, cloud, 5G
The wait is finally over, what Victor Peng the CEO of Xilinx announced as the Everest, will now be branded as the Versal. This is shaping up to look like the Swiss knife of heterogeneous computing, addressing some key markets including AI, cloud, network infrastructure, 5G, automotive, and much more.