Microsoft has updated its B2B startup member program to include access to GitHub Enterprise and Microsoft Power Platform.
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The majority of initial entries into targeted networks in 2019 relied on either previously stolen credentials or exploited known software vulnerabilities.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday security update for February 2020 has fixed 99 common vulnerabilities and exposures, including the CVE-2020-0674 vulnerability in Internet Explorer.
AWS has updated two of its digital AWS Partner Network courses to focus on the technical aspects of its Connect product and AWS services in general.
Amazon has added support for eight services to AWS' Managed Services offering, raising the total number of included products to 69.
Infosys is to acquire American consultancy firm Simplus for $299 million (US$200 million) in a bid to ramp up its Salesforce capability.
Google Cloud partners that offer professional and managed services have seen average cloud migration deal sizes rise by up to six times, new analysis has found.
Global spending on cloud infrastructure reached a record high in Q4 2019 with growth of over 30 per cent, and the channel has played a big part in that growth.
The new leadership regime at IBM is set to result in a cultural shift within Big Blue, along with a different way of doing business for the centenarian company, according to at least one industry analyst.
Global smartphone shipment growth in the final quarter of 2019 marks a new cyclical era for the mobile market, according to research firm Canalys.
Google Cloud has announced two new certifications: the Google Cloud Certified Fellow program for Anthos expertise and the Professional Cloud DevOps Engineer certification.
Google is reportedly developing an unified communication application for enterprises that combine various standalone G Suite services and communication offerings.
Global smartphone sales are expected to reach 1.57 billion units in 2020, new data shows.
Microsoft has detailed recent changes to Azure Cost Management, including the ability for users to get a sneak peek of new features and changes to specific features.
Eight telecommunications companies from around the world, including Telstra, have joined forces to develop four global international cyber security principles.