Cloud computing is transforming how business works, and much of it is being driven by Amazon, Microsoft and a group of Silicon Valley companies with local outposts.
Read our coverage of the technology sector in Seattle, the Puget Sound area and Northwest. We follow startups and venture capital in fields such as cloud services, on-demand markets, supercomputing, enterprise software, gaming and virtual reality. Topics include Uber, Zillow, Redfin, Avvo, Vive, Oculus, Tableau, Zillow, Expedia, Cray, T-Mobile, Valve, Inrix, and of course Microsoft and Amazon.
Migrating their technology to the cloud frees companies to refocus more of their efforts on their business and less on IT needs and issues.
The deal gives Microsoft, whose Office and Windows software are default portals for information workers, the leading online resume repository and workplace relationship database.
Called Digits, the technology is designed to work on pretty much any device regardless of cellular carrier. It’s now being tested with a small group...
The largest union representing grocery-store workers has come out against Amazon.com’s launch of a store sans cashiers, a sign of how a recent generation of...