France is joining a European cloud project initiated by Germany as both governments strive to give their companies an alternative to storing data with U.S. or Asian rivals.
The State Information Technology Agency (SITA) and Microsoft South Africa have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) which will allow government departments to move their services to Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government is about to unveil plans for a cloud service to allow European companies to avoid storing data with U.S. or Asian rivals such as Amazon.com Inc. or Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.
Alphabet Inc.’s cloud business alone is now worth almost twice the market value of IBM Corp., a leader in the space for decades, according to analysts at Deutsche Bank AG.
Microsoft has announced that its OneDrive Personal Vault is now available to consumers in countries around the world, including South Africa.
Google will invest 3 billion euros ($3.3 billion) over the next two years to expand its server farms across Europe.
Oracle has announced that it will launch 20 new data server regions by the end of 2020, bringing its total number of cloud infrastructure regions up to 36.
Three companies — Amazon, Microsoft and Alphabet — quietly dominate the world of cloud computing.
Domains.co.za has informed clients that it will be increasing its hosting prices, thanks to a big change Oakley Capital made to its licensing model for cPanel.
RSAWEB recently partnered with MyBroadband to provide insight into cloud computing.