On this week’s Cloud News Round-Up on LiftrNews.com, Microsoft wants Azure to be the platform of choice for healthcare companies coming to the cloud. File storage and sync company Dropbox has spent the last two years building its own infrastructure to store client data for its 11 million users. Dropbox’s primary cloud provider, is still a part of Dropbox’s daily business.
AWS experienced an outage in its Northern Virginia region which knocked hundreds of online services offline last Friday, March 2nd.
In a move to bring more businesses to Google’s G Suite service, the Silicon Valley giant has released Hangouts Chat for general use.
During his keynote address at the HiMss 2018 conference, former Alphabet Executive Chairman and Google CEO Eric Schmidt advised the healthcare industry to ‘run to the cloud.’
The Department of Defense has scaled back a $950 million contract awarded to REAN Cloud LLC in February to $65 million after the deal became the focus of extensive scrutiny from the cloud industry.
A recent survey by GlobalData found that 79% of the pharmaceutical companies surveyed reported that they were currently investing in Identity and Access Management solutions, with 72% indicating they were either starting or planning to invest more in the next two years.
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