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  2. Cloud storage - Wikipedia

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    Cloud storage is a model of computer data storage in which the digital data is stored in logical pools, said to be on "the cloud".The physical storage spans multiple servers (sometimes in multiple locations), and the physical environment is typically owned and managed by a hosting company.

  3. Netlify - Wikipedia

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    Netlify is a San Francisco-based cloud computing company that offers hosting and serverless backend services for web applications and static websites.. The company provides hosting for websites whose source files are stored in the version control system Git and then generated into static web content files served via a Content Delivery Network.

  4. Qualys - Wikipedia

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    It has added cloud-based compliance and web application security offerings. Qualys has over 10,300 customers in more than 130 countries, including a majority of the Forbes Global 100. [5] The company has strategic partnerships with major managed services providers and consulting organizations including BT , Dell SecureWorks , Fujitsu , IBM ...

  5. IBM - Wikipedia

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    The computer should allow researchers to harness the technology without falling foul of the EU's increasingly assertive stance on data sovereignty. [133] In May 2022, IBM announced the company had signed a multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement with AWS to make a wide variety of IBM software available as a service on AWS Marketplace.

  6. Marissa Mayer - Wikipedia

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    Marissa Ann Mayer (/ ˈ m aɪ. ər /; born May 30, 1975) is an American businesswoman and investor.She is an information technology executive, and co-founder of Sunshine Contacts.

  7. Telkom (South Africa) - Wikipedia

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    Recent acquisitions of Kenyan ISP Africa Online, and Nigerian mobile operator Multi-Links gives Telkom strategic hubs to expand data and voice services into Africa. Africa Online (AFOL) is a Pan African Internet Service Provider operating in eight countries with the 9th country through a joint-venture with Verizon South Africa.