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Amazon unveils 3 new AI services
The engine behind Amazon Alexa is one of the machine learning technologies powering a new suite of artificial intelligence tools announced by AWS this week.
Video surveillance meets VoD
Video-on-demand meets video surveillance in a new product released by Keystone Electronic Solutions, a South African electronics research and development company.
Amazon, VMware, team up for new hybrid cloud service
Two of the global leaders in cloud computing have entered a strategic alliance to combine the best of public cloud and private cloud.
Tap and pay with FNB’s new app
First National Bank (FNB) this week unveiled the FNB Banking App 5.0, which features new solutions like FNB Pay, Fingerprint ID, Secure Chat, Smart inContact, 1-touch Report Fraud, as well as the FNB Watch App.
Oracle’s new strategy: cloud apps that learn
At its recent Openworld conference, Oracle unveiled a strategy for Software as a Service cloud offerings that blend third-party data with real-time analytics and behavioural inputs to create cloud applications that adapt and learn.
Apple releases macOS Sierra as free download
Apple has announced that macOS Sierra, the latest major release to its desktop operating system is now available as a free update.
Flash storage future unpacked
A recent survey conducted by NetApp has revealed that although IT leaders agree that Flash is the present and future, costs remain a barrier to adoption.
BT connects to Oracle Cloud
Oracle has announced thats its customers will now be able to leverage the high performance, reliability, and security features of the BT Cloud Connect environment to gain direct connectivity to the Oracle Cloud.
Pentagon buys into BlackBerry tech
BlackBerry has announced that the Pentagon Force Protection Agency has awarded a contract to renew and expand its use of BlackBerry's AtHoc Networked Crisis Communications Suite.