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Monaco launches Europe’s first state sovereign cloud

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Monaco’s Government has launched Monaco Cloud, the first sovereign cloud operation in Europe.

Part of the Extended Monaco programme, which is billed as the Monegasque model in a digital world, the cloud is said to be a key tool in the deployment of economic influence in Monaco and...

Thales and Google to create joint French sovereign cloud company

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Thales, the French aerospace and defence company, is joining forces with Google to offer state-approved cloud services to French enterprises and the country’s public sector.

The sovereign cloud offering will be operated by a joint company that Thales will be the majority shareholder...

Zoom and Five9 back out of $14.7bn acquisition deal

Video conferencing giant Zoom has abandoned its bid to buy cloud software provider Five9 as part of a $14.7 billion (£10.8bn) deal announced in July.

The collapse of the deal comes just weeks after the US Department of Justice dialled up its investigation of the acquisition due to...

US Supreme Court throws out Oracle’s JEDI contract challenge

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The US Supreme Court has dismissed Oracle's challenge to how the Pentagon awarded its now-cancelled $10 billion Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure Cloud (JEDI) cloud contract.

A lower court ruling found that the enterprise software company could not have been harmed by any...

EDM Council brings together top cloud providers for data framework

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Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, IBM and Microsoft have joined forces with the Enterprise Data Management (EDM) Council – a multi-industry trade association – to publish a data management framework for the cloud.

The resultant cloud data management capabilities (CDMC) framework...