Amazon gets a new storage tier and lower pricing for Glacier. HP woes continue as they get sued by the State of Michigan for failure to deliver a project. Meanwhile, the “new Office” is available from Microsoft. Time to get those upgrade projects started.
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[pullquote cite=”Mark Hurd, Oracle CEO” type=”left”]70% of all computing workloads will take place in the cloud by 2025. The rest will be either homegrown applications that no vendor provides, or else applications that have to run in-house for regulatory reasons.[/pullquote]
- Michigan sues HP over $49M project that’s 5 years late
- Volkswagen CEO apologizes for emissions cheat; stock falls 20%
- Major Skype outage on Monday impacted users across the globe
- 10x the throughput for Cassandra NoSQL db called Scylladb
- Amazon price drop and a new storage offering called IA
- In developing world, UN reports that only 6% have internet access
- US reports on Broadband Opportunities (25Mb/s) and organizes funds under a portal
- Welcome to the newest Microsoft Office
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