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It’s worth the renovation for cloud: Teresa Carlson stacks her wins in public sector overhauls

In a bit of over a decade since its 2006 launch, Amazon Net Providers Inc. has upended the info know-how business with its means to scale cloud computing...

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Robots will rule the edge: At re:Invent, AWS drives a new AI paradigm

Edge computing means many issues, however we frequently overlook that robotics is at the coronary heart of all of it. Autonomous edge robots are elementary to...

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What’s missing from Outposts, AWS’ latest hybrid cloud announcement

At this week’s Wikibon’s post-re:Invent CrowdChat, one of many questions involved which, if any, of the various bulletins at Amazon Net Providers Inc.’s annual...

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Defending digital: Resist the tech backlash before it’s too late

The chief executives of the main digital know-how companies have grown used to being admired. For almost a half-century, they’ve been portrayed as visionary...