Top Five Data Center Stories – Week of Nov. 28

For your weekend reading, here are this week’s most popular stories on Data Center Knowledge:

Amazon Unveils Image Recognition, Voice-Activated Cloud Services – Amazon.com Inc. introduced an image recognition service, a speech-to-text service dubbed Polly and “Lex,” which will let customers build conversational apps similar to its Alexa voice-activated platform.

HPE Dumps Openstack Cloud Foundry Assets Onto SUSE – HPE has agreed to hand over its interest in both the OpenStack hybrid cloud platform and Cloud Foundry cloud-native apps platform.

FBI and NSA Poised to Gain New Surveillance Powers Under Trump – The FBI, National Security Agency and CIA are likely to gain expanded surveillance powers under President-elect Donald Trump.

Report: GoDaddy VP and Managing Director of India and Australia to Join Microsoft – GoDaddy Vice President and Managing Director of India and Australia Rajiv Sodhi is joining Microsoft next month to lead its cloud and server business.

Intralinks Builds Second DC to Keep Customer Data Secure Behind German Border – If the key that encrypts customer data is located in one country, then legally the data itself may be considered located there under European law. That’s what Intralinks’ Trust Perimeter system is counting on.

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