Microsoft News: Cyber security, generative AI, cloud computing, and more
Microsoft has made a number of important announcements in recent weeks, spanning a wide range of topics from cyber security to generative AI to cloud computing.
Microsoft recently introduced a comprehensive range of Microsoft Security Experts services to help organizations address the increasing number of cyber security threats and talent shortages, for specialist areas such as managed extended detection and response, proactive and reactive incident response, and expert-led security transformation.
Microsoft has announced important updates to its generative AI security product, Microsoft Security Copilot. The product aims to help organizations protect themselves from cyber threats by leveraging the power of AI.
Microsoft is investing A$5 billion in expanding its cloud computing and AI infrastructure in Australia, which will help strengthen the nation's economic competitiveness and create high-value jobs. The investment will also support the growth of the AI industry in Australia, with the potential to contribute A$115 billion a year to the economy by 2030.
Microsoft's Azure AI services offer new features and capabilities for healthcare, providing better patient care and driving business value through unified data analytics.
Microsoft and Mercy are collaborating to use generative AI and other digital technologies to improve patient care and enhance the healthcare experience. The partnership aims to empower patients by providing them with better information and communication tools.
AWS News: entity resolution supports AWS PrivateLink and Service Catalog supports third-party IaC tools
AWS Entity Resolution now supports AWS PrivateLink, allowing customers to establish private connectivity between their data tables and Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). This ensures data remains encrypted in transit and at rest, meeting security and data protection requirements.
AWS Service Catalog now supports third-party Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools, allowing customers to create, distribute, and launch AWS resources without having to migrate or change their preferred IaC tooling.
IBM and Amazon Web Services are expanding their partnership to help clients utilize generative artificial intelligence (AI). IBM Consulting plans to train 10,000 consultants on AWS generative AI services by the end of 2024.
Oracle news: AI, cloud, and expansion in Mexico
Oracle has this month announced several significant new developments that demonstrate its commitment to innovation and customer success in the areas of AI cloud computing, and global expansion.
Oracle has announced that NVIDIA AI Enterprise and the NVIDIA DGX Cloud AI supercomputing platform are now available through the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. This allows customers to easily access NVIDIA's platform for AI development and deployment on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
Oracle NetSuite introduces generative AI-powered capabilities to help organizations leverage company-specific data and create contextual and personalized content across various departments. NetSuite Text Enhance streamlines processes and automates the generation of context-sensitive content, benefiting finance, supply chain, sales, marketing, HR, and customer support teams.
Oracle has opened a second cloud region in Mexico in partnership with TELMEX-Triara, becoming the first hyperscaler to have two cloud regions in the country, providing greater access and resiliency to organizations.