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While Amazon still has a commanding hold over the cloud market, a string of recent AWS outages and a spending spree by rival providers is heating up the competition—albeit among a handful of familiar players. Most aggressive over the past year has been Google Cloud, which has seen its share of the market grow from 1 percent to 6 percent...

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Tags: IT transformation, enterprise IT, enterprise network, enterprise cloud, cloud computing, cloud migration, cloud transformation, cloud adoption, microsoft, azure, google cloud, google, aws, amazon, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management

Microsoft Cloud saw revenues jump 36 percent year-over-year to $20.7 billion last quarter, pushing the company’s quarterly cloud earnings past the $20 billion threshold for the first time. Looking specifically at Azure infrastructure-as-a-service, revenues actually grew at a rate of 50 percent year-over-year, as enterprises continue turning to the cloud to connect their decentralized workforce. But Microsoft wasn’t the only...

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Tags: network ops, enterprise IT, enterprise cloud, network monitoring, network management, network performance monitoring, network, Q3, profit, revenue, digital transformation, cloud transformation, cloud adoption, cloud computing, cloud, amazon, aws, google cloud, google, azure, microsoft

Businesses continue struggling to define a clear back-to-office strategy as both a prolonged pandemic and a major shift in attitudes toward office work have forced employers big and small to accommodate hybrid, work-from-anywhere schedules. On the big end of the equation is Amazon, who this week shifted their office return plans yet again by abandoning the January 2022 deadline for...

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Tags: enterprise cloud, enterprise network, enterprise IT, enterprise, network performance monitoring, network monitoring, network management, flexible work, future of work, google, facebook, twitter, hybrid office, remote work, hybrid work, work from anywhere, work from home, amazon

Despite committing to a work-from-anywhere policy across much of their workforce, Google just broke the pandemic record for a commercial real estate sale by committing $2.1 billion toward a new office in New York City. This comes as the company details plans to grow their workforce in New York City from 12,000 to 14,000 employees, with many (if not most)...

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Tags: real estate, network performance monitoring, network management, network monitoring, visibility, observability, hybrid office, work from home, work from anywhere, remote work, hybrid work, back to office, real estate, alphabet, office, google


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