Tag: cloud services

Paytm Looks To Support Developers, Startups With AI Cloud

As the digital payments giant Paytm continues to support data localisation, the company has launched its AI Cloud computing platform “Paytm AI Cloud for India” for developers, startups and enterprises with servers located only in India. The company claims that AI Cloud computing platform offers a suite of business-centric apps

Rajasthan Govt’s RajMegh To Help Startups Touch The Skies With Free Cloud Services

Arise, awake, and stop not till the goal is reached — Swami Vivekananda Startups need all the help they can to get in terms of access to the right tools, technology, and guidance. The Rajasthan government, which recently concluded the Rajasthan Digifest, is now deepening its commitment to the growth

Tech companies can bid on the Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud contract, starting today

On Thursday, the Pentagon opened bidding for a huge cloud computing contract that could be worth as much as $10 billion. Given its size, the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract, known as JEDI, is alluring for major cloud computing companies that might not normally do much business with the Department

Google Cloud goes all-in on hybrid with its new Cloud Services Platform

The cloud isn’t right for every business, be that because of latency constraints at the edge, regulatory requirements or because it’s simply cheaper to own and operate their own data centers for their specific workloads. Given this, it’s maybe no surprise that the vast majority of enterprises today use both

Google Cloud Sees Increased Adoption In Indian Retail, Media

In a stiff competition with market leaders like Amazon and Microsoft, Google says that its cloud services, Google Cloud have seen an increased adoption in India’s Retail and media entertainment segments. In an interview with ET, Rick Harshman, MD, Asia-Pacific, Google Cloud said that the company has seen “overwhelming demand

Kaptivo looks to digitally transform the lowly whiteboard

At Kaptivo, a company that’s bringing high-tech image recognition, motion capture and natural language processing technologies to the lowly whiteboard, executives are hoping that the second time is the charm. The Cambridge, UK and San Mateo, Calif.-based company began life as a company called Light Blue Optics, and had raised

Amazon’s next conquest will be apparel

Sunny Dhillon Contributor More posts by this contributor The rise of experiential commerce Approaching e-commerce investments in the age of Amazon Late last year, after Amazon announced it had acquired the rights to J.R.R. Tolkien’s epic “Lord of the Rings” saga for $250 million, I wrote how the move underscored

AWS adds automated point-in-time recovery to DynamoDB

One of the joys of cloud computing is handing over your data to the cloud vendor and letting them handle the heavy lifting. Up until now that has meant they updated the software or scaled the hardware for you. Today, AWS took that to another level when it announced Amazon DynamoDB

GoDaddy to move most of its infrastructure to AWS, not including domain management for its 75M domains

It really is Go Time for GoDaddy . Amazon’s cloud services provider AWS and GoDaddy, the domain registration and management giant, may have competed in the past when it comes to working with small businesses to provide them with web services, but today the two took a step closer together.

Lucidworks launches site search as a service tool

Lucidworks has been helping large organizations like Reddit with complex content build search tools that reach across massive content stores, but the company wanted to make the underlying search technology available to a wider market. Today, it released Lucidworks Site Search, a cloud service that enables companies to embed Lucidworks