CloudTalk | Week of 04.19.2019

Microsoft takes on AWS in RTOS Space and Former SAP exec is leading Customer Operations for Google. Here is your weekly quick read for the least you should know about Cloud and Tech.

  • Microsoft Cloud Breach: Hackers read your Emails for 90 days (Link)
  • The U.S. government’s lackluster to Yahoo and Equifax data breaches (Link)
  • Global spending on cloud security is set to grow nearly 18% (Link)
  • 1.5m Users Hit by new Facebook Privacy Breach (Link)
  • The Weather Channel hacked (Link)
Microsoft Azure
  • Microsoft takes on AWS in RTOS Space (Link)
  • Apache Hadoop 3.0 is now generally available on Azure HDInsight (Link)
  • Two New Azure Government Secret regions (Link)
  • Improved preview version of AzCopy tool to better handle AWS S3 data (Link)
  • Windows Admin Center 1904 released by Microsoft (Link)
  • Former SAP exec leading Customer Operations (Link)
  • The traditional enterprise software axis of Oracle and SAP has infiltrated Google (Link)
  • Updates in Google Cloud Identity, their IDaaS and EMM offering (Link)
  • Google takes a run at Enterprise Cloud Data Management (Link)
  • Deloitte to collaborate with Google Cloud (Link)
  • HPE teams up with Google Cloud for hybrid platforms (Link)
  • Immuta becomes Advanced Tech Partner (Link)
  • Searchable AWS S3 data with ChaosSearch (Link)
  • TigerGraph is accelerating its cloud strategy by offering its platform as a pay-as-you-go service AWS (Link)
  • AWS Summit in Dubai focuses on growing MENA customer base (Link)
  • IBM has been focusing on its strategic imperatives segment to drive the next level of growth (Link)
  • Oracle’s and IBM’s hybrid cloud defense may not hold (Link)
  • IBM posts mixed Q1 results (Link)
  • NetBackup backup as a service now available on IBM Cloud (Link)

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