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Tracking Wildlife in Cloud

Utah uses the cloud to track wildlife, reports GCN.

Ever wonder how to get elk to stop trespassing on private lands? Using a cloud-based tool to track the animals’ movement, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) solved the problem.


Supercomputers in Google Cloud

Google wants to have supercomputers in the cloud, reports Extreme Tech.

The entire technology sphere is currently obsessed with generative AI. So, it's no shock that Google spent the bulk of the keynote talking about all the ways it will cram AI into its products


Cloud Fees Prevent Switching

According to Yahoo Finance, cloud fees keep users from switching. 

Complaints about how cloud service providers try to prevent customers from switching to rivals were the focus of a virtual workshop convened by the US Federal Trade Commission on Thursday


AirForce Puts Apps in Cloud

According to C4ISRNET, the US Air Force is shunting many applications to the cloud. 

The U.S. Department of the Air Force expects to move hundreds of applications to the cloud this year, according to Venice Goodwine, the director of enterprise information technology.


Checking Pentagons Cloud Security

Recent data leaks and breaches have the Pentagon working to test the security of their cloud, reports Defense One. 

Recent experience has taught Pentagon officials to take extra steps when it comes to the security of commercial clouds. Now they want to poke around and see for themselves.


Monitoring the Cloud

Businesses are putting many of their operations in the cloud, but failing to monitor the cloud, reports Small Business Trends.

Once a business has migrated much of their tech infrastructure to the cloud, it is vital to maintain as much visibility as possible.


Microsoft Apps in Cloud

Microsoft 365 apps will now be on the cloud, reports the Verge. 

Microsoft is planning to move Microsoft 365 apps onto a single domain,


Microsoft Seeks Cloud Partner

According to Engadget, Microsoft is looking for a new cloud gaming partner.

Despite suffering a significant blow this week in its attempt to take over Activision Blizzard, Microsoft still believes it can get the job done


Amazon Loses Cloud Title

Amazon is no longer the cloud king, reports Business Insider.

A few years ago, there was no question that Amazon was the dominant cloud provider. Today, doubts are beginning to creep in.


Customers Will Migrate to Cloud

According to the Register, SAP is telling investors that customer migration is a given.

SAP is telling investors that customers' migration to the cloud is only a matter of when – not if – despite evidence to the contrary from users, analysts, and other third parties


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