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IBM: “The level of innovation is being accelerated”

IBM

BCN spoke to Dr. Angel Diaz, who is responsible for all of IBM’s cloud and mobile technology.

AWS – we view open source as a companion

Global Container Trade

BCN talks to Deepak Singh, General Manager of Amazon EC2 Container Service, AWS

Betting on the cloud

Empty road and containers in harbor at sunset

A long-time expert on enterprise IT and cloud platforms, Dan Scholnick (General Partner, Trinity Ventures) has the distinction of having been Docker’s first venture investor.

Cloud academy: Rudy Rigot and his new Holberton School

software computer school teaching

Business Cloud News talks to Container World (February 16 – 18, 2016 Santa Clara Convention Center, USA) keynote Rudy Rigot about his new software college, which opens today.

IoT comes to the CES: opening up the home to the sharing economy

The Internet of Things vector illustration.

One of the most intriguing corners of this year’s CES is the dedicated SuperSession on ‘IoT Business Strategies: Partnerships for the Sharing Economy’.

How Silicon Valley is disrupting space

spaceship close up

We tend to think of the Space Industry as quintessentially cutting edge. As such it feels awfully strange to hear somebody compare it to the pre-Uber taxi industry – nowadays the definition of an ecosystem ripe for seismic technological disruption.

The IoT in Palo Alto: connecting America’s digital city

smart city

Jonathan Reichental is the man entrusted with the hefty task of ensuring the city is as digital, smart and technologically up-to-date as a place should be that has been called home by the likes of Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckberg, Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

BT discusses its interests in South East Asia

Cloud SEA

Nothing better reflects the way the Cloud is changing the traditional parameters of telecom operators than BT’s presence at this morning’s Cloud South East Asia keynotes in Kuala Lumpur.

AWS: examine fine print in data transfer legislation

UK IT professionals claim to be struggling with accurately assessing the risk of storing their confidential data in the cloud

In a week that has seen the European Court of Justice rule that the Safe Harbour agreement on data transfer as invalid, the significance of data transfer legislation in South East Asia has been under discussion at Cloud South East Asia.

Advancing the cloud in South East Asia

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Today is the first day of Cloud South East Asia in Kuala Lumpur, and the attendance alone testifies to the enthusiasm and curiosity around cloud development in the region in general and in Malaysia in particular.

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