Cognizant Technology Solutions revealed on 18 April it had been hit by a "Maze" ransomware cyber attack, resulting in service disruptions for some of its clients.
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Alibaba Group will invest 200 billion yuan (US$28 billion) in its cloud infrastructure over three years -- a plan that follows a boom in demand for business software as the coronavirus outbreak peaked in China.
A judge has put on hold a suit by Amazon.com challenging the Pentagon's decision to award a US$10 billion cloud computing contract to Microsoft.
Google will allow business and education users on Gmail.com to directly take calls on its video conferencing tool Meet.
Verizon Communications has agreed to buy video-conferencing company Blue Jeans Network, a rival of Zoom, for an undisclosed price.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said that significant restrictions would be kept in place even if the country eases the nationwide one-month lockdown enforced to beat the spread of the coronavirus.
US Government officials have warned about the threat of North Korean hackers, calling particular attention to banking and other financial services.
The US Pentagon’s inspector general could not determine whether the White House influenced the award of a US$10 billion cloud computing contract to Microsoft over Amazon.
Zoom has tapped former Facebook security chief Alex Stamos as an adviser, as safety and privacy concerns about its fast-growing video-conferencing app drive a global backlash against the company.
Zoom has been slapped with a class action suit by one of its shareholders, accusing the video-conferencing app of overstating its privacy standards.
Video conferencing company Zoom has been responsive to concerns over its software, the US Department of Homeland Security has said.
The global leader in semiconductors is benefiting from higher demand for chips from laptop makers and data centres amid the coronavirus-driven shift to working from home.
Webex registered a record 324 million attendees in March as coronavirus-led lockdowns forced businesses to have employees work from home.
The government has moved to introduce new legislation to help companies facing insolvency due to the coronavirus pandemic to remain viable and keep people employed.
But the forecast drop in tech budgets may be less than initially feared as companies race to accelerate spending to support employees that now have to work from home.
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