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Public cloud services could be worth $302 BEEELLION by 2021

And just a handful of vendors will run the show

HPE swallows cloud consultancy RedPixie

Well, if you can't beat rivals at public cloud, advise....

Azure needs extra security controls before it's fit for government use, says Australia

UPDATE We've got 'em done, says Microsoft, you just gotta turn 'em on

Microsoft Office 365 and Azure Active Directory go TITSUP*

Updated Multiple regions report mass outage

AWSome, S3 storage literally costs pennies

Just ignore the retrieval fees and relatively lower resilience

AWS Summit SF: Most definitely not a sales event, nuh uh, no way

Let CTO Werner Vogels guide you through the Amazon cloud maze, young Jedi

Donald Trump whines and dines Oracle co-CEO Catz – reports

AWS bashing and cloud contracts on the menu?

Microsoft: Yes, we agree that Irish email dispute is moot... now what's this new warrant about?

Redmond backs down without actually backing down

Law's changed, now cough up: Uncle Sam serves Microsoft fresh warrant for Irish emails

Forget the old case, DoJ tells Supremes, all hail CLOUD Act

Citrix opens its third cloud region, this time in Australia

Co-incidence much that it’ll run in Azure, and Microsoft just scored better security creds down under?

Microsoft Australia flicks switch on Protected Azure-for-Gov service

Co-location is the interesting part of otherwise vanilla Azure with-extra-security offering

Shaking up the Nad Men: Microsoft splits up into 'cloud' and 'edge'

Redmond shifts resources to focus on emerging tech

Brit cloud slinger iomart goes TITSUP, knackers Virgin Trains, Parentpay

Updated Young, hungry and stranded punters pray for resurrection

Adobe: New Unified Customer Profile will personalise ads as never before

Adobe Summit Cloudy marketing tools get AI powers... what do you mean, bad timing?

SAP Anywhere is gonna be absolutely nowhere: We're 'sunsetting' this service, biz tells punters

Exclusive Updated Have a refund... if you agree not to sue

US Congress quietly slips cloud-spying powers into page 2,201 of spending mega-bill

Updated House OKs email slurp rules, Senate stalled

Airbus CIO: We dumped Microsoft Office not over cost but because Google G Suite looks sweet

Interview Top exec talks to El Reg on shifting 130,000 staff

Airbus ditches Microsoft, flies off to Google

Exclusive 130,000 staffers moving out of Office

UK.gov's shift to AWS: It's squeaky-bum time for small cloud pushers

Analysis But do they really need to worry?

VMware-on-AWS coming to Frankfurt, Sydney, Japan, with vMotion between regions too

Virtzilla's Amazonian cloud is also tooling up for managed services providers

Microsoft's Teams lights solitary candle, hipsters don't notice

Slacklike turns one

Hyperconverger Nutanix gobbles Netsil

No, it's not a laundry detergent... it's a microservices flinger

Microsoft builds Uncle Sam custom versions of 365 and Azure Stack

Redmond unveils custom US government versions of clouds

Alexa muted, Twilio taps out, and Bitbucket kicks the, er, bucket amid AWS data center hiccup

Ah, the stable and reliable cloud

OpenStack 'Queens' struts into the spotlight

vGPUs, edge and automated containers are the headline acts for the 17th release

Dropbox to let Google reach inside it and rummage about

Create and store GDocs in Dropbox, with admin policies preserved

We should pass laws to make Google's life hard! Oh no, sorry, did we say that out loud? asks IBM

Big Blue is all for rules cracking down on ads, social media

IBM's cloud faces a test on Thursday: Turning something off without turning users off too

Last time Big Blue tried to bin TLS 1.0 and 1.1 it turned them back on two days later

US Supremes take a look at Microsoft's Irish email slurp battle, and yeah, not a great start

Unless you're rooting for the American government

Apple: Er, yes. Your iCloud stuff is now on Google's servers, too

You can't escape The Circle

Hubris, thy name is Oracle: So, cloud is still totally for nerds, right?

Comment 12 new data centres is too little, too late

HyperGrid lets you shop at 100 million clouds

Database of possible configurations offers costs and performance possibilities

DropEverything! DropBox DropsDocs to DropStocks

Cloud file system upstart files for IPO

US state legal supremos show lots of love for proposed CLOUD Act (a law to snoop on citizens' info stored abroad)

When government, tech firms agree – check the fine print

Google's robo-CTRL-ALT-DEL failed, hung networks and Compute Engine for 90 minutes

And then along came a good old flesh and blood human!

When it absolutely, positively needs to be leaked overnight: 120k FedEx customer files spill from AWS S3 silo

Passport scans, drivers licenses, etc, exposed online

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