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Googles Apigee officially launches its API monitoring service

Posted on: October 28, 2018, in Blog

It’s been about two years since Google acquired API management service Apigee. Today, the company is announcing new extensions that make it easier to integrate the service with a number of Google Cloud services, as well as the general availability of the company’s API monitoring solution. Apigee API monitoring allows operations teams to get more […]

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Google introduces dual-region storage buckets to simplify data redundancy

Posted on: October 27, 2018, in Blog

Google is playing catch-up in the cloud, and as such it wants to provide flexibility to differentiate itself from AWS and Microsoft. Today, the company announced a couple of new options to help separate it from the cloud storage pack. Storage may seem stodgy, but it’s a primary building block for many cloud applications. Before […]

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Google expands its identity management portfolio for businesses and developers

Posted on: October 27, 2018, in Blog

Over the course of the last year, Google has launched a number of services that bring to other companies the same BeyondCorp model for managing access to a company’s apps and data without a VPN that it uses internally. Google’s flagship product for this is Cloud Identity, which is essentially Google’s BeyondCorp, but packaged for […]

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Facebook rolls out 3D photos that use AI to simulate depth

Posted on: October 27, 2018, in Blog

What if you could peek behind what’s in your photos, like you’re moving your head to see what’s inside a window? That’s the futuristic promise of Facebook 3D photos. After announcing the feature at F8 in May, Facebook is now rolling out 3D photos to add make-believe depth to your iPhone portrait mode shots. Shoot one, […]

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Facebook Groups can now launch up to 250-person chat rooms

Posted on: October 26, 2018, in Blog

If you miss the old AOL chat rooms, you’ll love Facebook’s plan to combine Groups and Messenger without spamming you to death. Starting today, Facebook will gradually roll out the ability for members of Facebook Groups to launch group chats about specific sub-topics that up to 250 members can join. They can also start audio […]

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Shared inbox startup Front launches a complete redesign

Posted on: October 26, 2018, in Blog

Front is launching a major revamp today. And it starts with a brand new design. Front is now powered by React for the web and desktop app, which should make it easier to add new features down the road. Front hasn’t pivoted to become something else. At heart, it remains a multiplayer email client. You […]

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Microsoft adds 60,000 patents to the Open Invention Network

Posted on: October 26, 2018, in Blog

Microsoft announced today that it’s joined open-source patent group Open Invention Network in an effort to help shield Linux and other open-source software from patent-related suits. As part of the deal, the software giant is opening a library of 60,000 patents to OIN members. Access to the massive portfolio is unlimited and royalty free. It […]

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Microsoft shows off government cloud services with JEDI due date imminent

Posted on: October 25, 2018, in Blog

Just a day after Google decided to drop out of the Pentagon’s massive $10 billion, 10-year JEDI cloud contract bidding, Microsoft announced increased support services for government clients. In a long blog post, the company laid out its government focused cloud services. While today’s announcement is not directly related to JEDI per se, the timing […]

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Facebook Workplace adds algorithmic feed, Safety Check and enhanced chat

Posted on: October 25, 2018, in Blog

Workplace, the version of Facebook tailored to enterprises that has over 30,000 organizations as paying customers, is ramping up the service today with a rush of new features to help it competes with the likes of Slack and Microsoft’s Teams. The additions are being announced at a new, standalone conference called Flow — the first […]

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Tim Berners-Lee is on a mission to decentralize the web

Posted on: October 25, 2018, in Blog

“I’ve always believed the web is for everyone,” wrote Tim Berners-Lee, the well-known (and knighted) creator of the World Wide Web. “The web has evolved into an engine of inequity and division; swayed by powerful forces who use it for their own agendas,” he added. “Today, I believe we’ve reached a critical tipping point, and […]

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