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  • Uber debuts new Uber for Business with custom travel programs and rules

    Uber debuts new Uber for Business with custom travel programs and rules

    Uber is introducing a major revamp of their Uber for Business platform today, the first significant update they’ve done since the enterprise tool’s introduction. The new Uber for Business incorporates a lot of user feedback to provide easy setting of rules to ensure travel policy is followed, as well as group-based access levels and custom program creation. Previously, a lot of… Read More

  • Microsoft acquires Cycle Computing

    Microsoft acquires Cycle Computing

    Microsoft today announced that it has acquired Cycle Computing, a twelve-year-old Connecticut-based company that focuses on helping enterprises orchestrate high-performance computing jobs, large data workloads and other “big computing” jobs in the cloud. The financial details of the deal were not disclosed. Read More

  • Amazon Macie helps businesses protect their sensitive data in the cloud

    Amazon Macie helps businesses protect their sensitive data in the cloud

    Amazon’s AWS cloud computing service hosted its annual NY Summit today and it used the event to launch a new service: Amazon Macie. The idea behind Macie is to use machine learning to help businesses protect their sensitive data in the cloud. Read More

  • The US Government must work with tech companies if it wants to remain competitive in AI

    The US Government must work with tech companies if it wants to remain competitive in AI

    U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis is concluding his tech tour of the West Coast today with a visit to Google’s Mountain View campus. Mattis spent time at Amazon and the Defense Innovation Unit Experimental, earlier in the week. His key takeaway from all the socializing with tech leaders is that the Department of Defense needs to embrace technology coming out of the private sector… Read More

  • Tetra raises a $1.5M seed round to bring deep learning to voice transcription

    Tetra raises a $1.5M seed round to bring deep learning to voice transcription

    There are a million and one services for voice transcription on the market. But even with just one job to do, I’ve never seen a service that can handle the long tail of vocabulary used in the real world. This is particularly challenging if you’re a startup trying to sell your service to enterprises that rely on accurate transcription for their operations. Read More

  • Microsoft wants to make blockchain networks enterprise-ready with its new Coco Framework

    Microsoft wants to make blockchain networks enterprise-ready with its new Coco Framework

    Interest in blockchains is at an all-time high, but there are still plenty of technical issues to solve, especially for enterprises. For them, issues like throughput, latency, governance and confidentiality are still major stumbling blocks for using blockchains. With its new Coco Framework, Microsoft wants to solve these issues and make blockchains more suitable for the enterprise. Read More

  • Amplitude raises another $30M for its product-focused analytics tools

    Amplitude raises another $30M for its product-focused analytics tools

    Amplitude has raised $30 million to fund what CEO Spenser Skates said is a mission of “helping product people build better products.” That’s not quite how Amplitude pitched itself initially, which was more about undercutting other analytics companies on price. Skates (pictured above with his co-founder Curtis Liu) said this is less a change in direction for the company than a… Read More

  • AWS just proved why standards drive technology platforms

    AWS just proved why standards drive technology platforms

    When AWS today became a full-fledged member of the container standards body, the Cloud Native Computing Foundation, it represented a significant milestone. By joining Google, IBM, Microsoft, Red Hat and just about every company that matters in the space, AWS has acknowledged that when it comes to container management, standards matter. Read More

  • Red Hat updates OpenShift container platform with new service catalog

    Red Hat updates OpenShift container platform with new service catalog

    Red Hat issued its quarterly update to the OpenShift platform today, adding among other things, a Service Catalog that enables IT or third-party vendors to create connections to internal or external services. OpenShift is RedHat’s Platform as a Service, based on Kubernetes, the open source container management platform, which was originally developed by Google. It also supports Docker… Read More

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