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Oracle | September 21, 2020
The President has announced that ByteDance has received tentative approval for an agreement with the U.S. Government to resolve the outstanding issues, which will now include Oracle and Walmart together investing to acquire 20% of the newly formed TikTok Global business. As a part of the deal, TikTok is creating a new company called TikTok Global that will be responsible for providing all TikTok services to users in United States and most of the users in the rest of the world. Today, the adminis...
Trimble Construction | February 24, 2022
Trimble announced today that e-Builder Enterprise Government Edition, a leading cloud-based construction program management solution for owners of capital improvement programs, has achieved FedRAMP In Process status. U.S. federal agencies now have an industry-trusted construction project and program management system available to help safely streamline their infrastructure projects and create valuable efficiencies. The advancement from FedRAMP Ready status to FedRAMP In Process is due to the est...
NTIA | January 11, 2021
The Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration needs criticism on the potential of another "5G Challenge" it might make to advance interoperability in the prospering domain—and backing the Defense Department's continuous military systems administration modernization endeavors.
Quickening the improvement of an "open 5G stack biological system" to assist push with sending DOD missions would be a definitive point...
Google | July 03, 2020
Google, IBM and Microsoft have joined with top research universities to prod the federal government to create a nationwide shared cloud-computing platform, saying it is urgently needed to keep the U.S. from falling behind foreign competitors. A national research cloud would open the doors of Big Tech companies’ data to academic outsiders. It could mean that companies such as Google would hand over the keys to data collected during the coronavirus crisis, such as details on users’ mov...
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