This week on Cloud News Review
Park Place Technologies, a leader in third-party datacenter maintenance and support, announced that it plans to deploy Microsoft cloud services to its employees. These services will include LinkedIn and Microsoft’s Office 365. This is a win for the company after the announcement that Microsoft was partnering with LinkedIn for more acquisition.
Google’s cloud integration market continues to grow! Google’s online communications service Hangouts platform has increased its capacity to 50 users at a time. All 50 participants can connect using video and dial-in points for easier meeting communications. This limit is available to people with the GSuite Enterprise edition accounts.
Amazon sales are growing much higher thanks to their A.I. service of Alexa. Alexa can provide not only provide retail shopping services from Amazon’s website, but also drive sales for Amazon Web Services (AWS), which could give the company over 10 billion dollars in new revenue.
According to an article by Transport Topics, “The transition to cloud-based computing in the trucking industry is accelerating as carriers realize the cost savings and operational efficiencies that can be achieved, technology experts said.” Trucking companies are beginning to see the benefit of using cloud based technology for their business, like shipment tracking among others.
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