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Learn how to use the Azure Portal to create a cloud-based SQL database with just a few mouse clicks.
The Matomo website analytic tool lets you analyze traffic to your cloud and other servers.
Establishing sufficient cloud security is a complex challenge. Learn where your attention is best directed to achieve the best results.
AWS Firecracker is tiny, efficient, fast, and might redefine the virtual machine. Here's what you need to know about this AWS product.
Some 90% of CISOs are confused about their role in securing a SaaS environment, according to an Oracle and KPMG report.
In the old days, you just had redundant everything, and disaster recovery meant switching over. Not so in the world of cloud computing, security nightmares, and virtual everything.
If you don't want to pay for an expensive Microsoft Office subscription, here are five alternatives to Excel that you can get for free today.
By embracing the cloud, security, and data protection, MSPs aim to stay ahead of competitors, according to a Kaseya report.
If you're looking for a top-notch Docker GUI, look no further than Kitematic.
Creating a do-it-yourself VPN that you manage and access on your own terms is not as difficult as you might think.
IBM Watson is now portable across any cloud, helping businesses overcome vendor lock-in and start deploying artificial intelligence.
Hybrid IT blends in-house resources and cloud resources to better meet the needs of businesses.
Deploying VMs using the Microsoft Azure Portal takes just a few mouse clicks.
Alphabet keeps Google’s cloud revenue a secret, which is too bad because it could tell us a lot about the state of enterprise adoption of machine learning.
Slack has the $8 billion in projected market cap, but open source Mattermost has 10,000 downloads each month, adding up to a growing threat to Slack's hegemony.
Google's Confidential Computing Challenge aims to make it easier to achieve end-to-end encryption of data in the cloud.
Jamf's Now and Pro platforms make it easier to deploy and administer Apple phones, tablets, and computers. Here's how the two mobile device management solutions work.
The good news for cloud competition is that enterprises are opting for multi cloud. The bad news is serverless may be fueling AWS dominance.
AWS has a culture of frugality, which makes it harder to do more in open source.
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