Home Tags AWS
Wall Street’s year in the public cloud: we tracked which big banks are starting to embrace using the tech
From budgets to multi-cloud approaches, here are our top stories from 2019 on Wall Street's increasing adoption of the public cloud.
The 2010s were the decade Amazon took over the world. Here’s how the company grew its business tenfold in the past 10 years.
Founded primarily as an online retailer, Amazon has bulked up its physical retail operations in the US and across the globe in the past decade.
Dispensed: Hospital CIOs dish on the cloud, digital chiefs talk tech in healthcare, and how our editor picked his health plan
Welcome to Dispensed, our weekly dispatch of healthcare, biotech, and pharma news from Business Insider.
Personal information from thousands of Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile customers was accidentally left exposed — here’s how to ch...
Phone bills of subscribers to Sprint, AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile were affected by the data exposure.
Amazon finally makes its long-awaited AWS Outposts product generally available, and it’s following in Microsoft and Google’s footsteps
Amazon first launched AWS Outposts at AWS re:Invent last year. It's a hybrid cloud, similar to Google Cloud's Anthos and Microsoft Azure Stack.
Amazon’s cloud boss mocked IBM and Oracle at its big conference with a clever picture showing Amazon Prime shipping boxes
At AWS re:Invent, CEO Andy Jassy showed a slide featuring Amazon Prime boxes and an IBM mainframe as he spoke about moving applications to the cloud.
Amazon Web Services brags about snagging a key customer from Microsoft: The Seattle Seahawks, owned by late Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen
The Seattle Seahawks had perviously been firmly on team Microsoft, using Microsoft's cloud Azure.
Amazon reportedly restricted partners at its New York conference from mentioning competitors like Microsoft and Google
At an AWS conference, booths were banned from mentioning rivals like Microsoft and Google, as well as certain phrases, according to news reports.
The CEO of Amazon Web Services told employees its cloud was ’24 months ahead of Microsoft in functionality and maturity’
Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy reportedly told employees that President Donald Trump's beef with Amazon made the JEDI process inherently unfair.
In this week's edition of the Trending newsletter, we visit Andrew Yang's tech fundraiser and speak with Amazon's Werner Vogels.