Take a Network Break! Google debuts a beta of its Cloud Service Platform, a hybrid cloud product that lets you run applications on premises or in Google’s public cloud. Reuters digs up new data to affirm AWS’s public cloud lead, and Duo Security tracks unsafe Chrome extensions.
Palo Alto Networks shells out over half a billion dollars for Demisto, a security orchestration company; a Drupal vulnerability puts millions of sites at risk; and the U.S. Secretary of State warns American allies that the use of Huawei gear in critical infrastructure could jeopardize intelligence-sharing.
HPE posts its first-quarter financial earnings, and Google “forgets” to tell customers about a microphone built into a Nest home security product.
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Follow the CAPEX: Cloud Table Stakes 2018 Edition – Platformonomics
CRXcavator: Democratizing Chrome Extension Security – Duo Security
Palo Alto Networks Announces Intent to Acquire Demisto – Seeking Alpha
Germany says it may not block Huawei from its 5G plans – Silicon Republic
The US cannot crush us, says Huawei founder – BBC News