Twilio Launches Interconnect to Streamline Enterprise Adoption of Cloud Comms

New Capabilities Address Enterprise-Level Requirements for Security and Control

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Twilio, the cloud communications platform for developers, today announced the launch of Twilio Interconnect, which enables private connectivity between Twilio and an enterprise's on-premise infrastructure and applications. With Twilio Interconnect, enterprises deploying communications in the cloud can meet the most stringent network requirements for controlling quality and security. To learn more about Twilio Interconnect, visit http://www.twilio.com/interconnect.

Giesecke & Devrient Now AMEX Enabled Partner for HCE Cloud Payment Services

Convego CloudPay solution can now be used globally by banks issuing AMEX compliant HCE payment cards

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Microsoft's secret weapon for growth in the cloud: email

CEO reporting better than expected 2nd quarter earnings

Reuters

San Francisco (Reuters) - In reporting better-than-expected fiscal second-quarter earnings on Thursday, Microsoft Corp. CEO Satya Nadella touted his company's success in the cloud.

"Businesses everywhere are using the Microsoft Cloud as their digital platform to drive their ambitious transformation agendas," he said.

EU, U.S. officials tackle last hurdles in data pact talks ahead of key deadline

New deal is crucial for the thousands relying on "Safe Harbor" to move data from the EU to the U.S

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Brussels (Reuters)- European and U.S. officials are rushing to finalize a key data transfer pact days before a meeting of EU regulators who are poised to start restricting transatlantic flows of personal data used by firms in the billion dollar online advertising industry.

Big Pharma's bet on Big Data creates opportunities and risks

Swiss drugmaker Novartis teams up with Qualcomm to develop Internet-connected inhaler

ZURICH (Reuters) - Novartis wants every puff of its emphysema drug Onbrez to go into the cloud.

The Swiss drugmaker has teamed up with U.S. technology firm Qualcomm to develop an internet-connected inhaler that can send information about how often it is used to remote computer servers known as the cloud.

This kind of new medical technology is designed to allow patients to keep track of their drug usage on their smartphones or tablets and for their doctors to instantly access the data over the web to monitor their condition.

Microsoft beats Wall Street view on high demand for cloud products

Quarterly revenue and profits exceed analysts' expectations, however total revenue is down.

Reuters

(Reuters) : Microsoft Corp reported quarterly revenue and profit that beat analysts' expectations, driven by aggressive cost cutting and growing demand for its cloud products and services.

Slowing data center revenue growth dims Intel's profit beat

Quarterly profit overshadowed by slowing growth in its highly profitable data center business

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(Reuters) - Intel Corp's strong quarterly profit beat was overshadowed by concerns about slowing revenue growth in its highly profitable data center business, sending its shares down about 5.6 percent in after-market trading.

Chief Executive Brian Krzanich has looked to weather a slump in demand for chips used in personal computers by focusing on the business of supplying chips for high-end servers.

Cisco tries to bolster cloud credentials with new monitoring tool

Company has been trying to beef up its offerings for increasingly Internet-based business culture

Reuters

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - When Cisco introduces its latest product on Wednesday, a tool for monitoring how employees use third-party software, it aims to bolster its offerings in the “cloud,” meaning Internet-delivered services. It also has information technology specialists like Robert Florescu in mind.

The head of Information technology at New York City-area urgent-care provider CityMD, Florescu must deal with complicated regulations around the privacy of patient data, on top of network security.

How a Boston private equity firm became a major fiber and data center player

A conversation with Gillis S. Cashman, managing partner, M/C Partners

Background

M/C Partners is a Boston-based communications-focused private equity firm, originally the media/communications arm of TA Associates and spun out in the mid-80s. The firm was an early investor in Western Wireless, Nextel, and a host of smaller wireless companies across the country. Its most recent big wireless deal helped to fund the initial build out of MetroPCS in 2001-2002.

Connected Devices Seen as Building Blocks of Smart Cities

Local government spending on Smart Cities may reach 25% of all government external spending on IoT by 2018

One of the key limiting factors to growth of IoT beyond existing objects is that many envisioned use cases involve low value. There is a need for improvements in both on the demand side (higher valued use-cases) and the supply side (lower cost of inputs for IoT by way of less expensive components and service costs). >> Read more
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