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DocuSign acquires AI-powered contract management firm Lexion

As DocuSign reportedly explores a sale to private equity, it’s acquiring a company itself. On Monday, DocuSign (which now prefers to go by Docusign, with a lowercase “S,” a PR rep from the company tells me) announced that it’s buying Lexion, a… Continue Reading →

Stack Overflow signs deal with OpenAI to supply data to its models

OpenAI is collaborating with Stack Overflow, the Q&A forum for software developers, to improve its generative AI models’ performance on programming-related tasks. As a result of the partnership, announced Monday, OpenAI’s models, including models served through its ChatGPT chatbot platform,… Continue Reading →

Why AWS, Google and Oracle are backing the Valkey Redis fork

AWS and Google Cloud rarely back an open-source fork together. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only. Link to original post from Teknoids NewsRead the original story

Databricks spent $10M on new DBRX generative AI model, but it can’t beat GPT-4

If you wanted to raise the profile of your major tech company and had $10 million to spend, how would you spend it? On a Super Bowl ad? An F1 sponsorship? You could spend it training a generative AI model…. Continue Reading →

After AWS and Google, Microsoft says it’s removing Azure ‘egress’ data transfer fees — but with caveats

Microsoft has revealed that it too will allow business customers to transfer data out of its Azure cloud infrastructure with no so-called “egress fees” attached, following hot on the heels of similar moves by cloud rivals AWS and Google. While… Continue Reading →

Rising hyperscaler cloud costs prompt companies to take action

New research from Civo finds 64 percent of users of AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud have seen an increase in cloud costs in the last 12 months. This comes at a time when public cloud services are coming under… Continue Reading →

AWS follows Google in announcing unrestricted free data transfers to other cloud providers

Amazon’s cloud computing subsidiary AWS has revealed that it will allow customers to transfer their data out of its ecosystem with no so-called “egress fees” attached. The news follows some two months after Google announced similar plans, though in Google’s… Continue Reading →

Ubicloud wants to build an open source alternative to AWS

Using the large cloud computing providers is convenient, but not exactly cheap. Ubicloud, a new startup founded by the team behind Citus Data, which Microsoft acquired in 2019, wants to change the dynamics by offering a layer of core cloud… Continue Reading →

Slack adds AI-fueled search and summarization to the platform

As an enterprise communications platform, Slack has become a de facto storage repository for institutional knowledge, but getting at that information has been challenging with conventional search tools. Today Slack introduced a couple of new features designed to make that… Continue Reading →

Akamai extends its edge-computing platform as it looks to challenge AWS, Azure and GCP

Akamai today announced the launch of its Gecko “Generalized Edge Compute” platform. This new initiative will increase the company’s cloud-computing network with an additional 10 regions worldwide in the first quarter of this year and then another 75 throughout the… Continue Reading →

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