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ITechnology Weekly Highlights : Top ITech News To Read

ITechnology Weekly Highlights : Top ITech News To Read May - 31

Here are today’s top stories. Reading tech news is an important way for IT leaders and professionals, developers, designers to keep up to date. The ITechnology Team compiles a weekly digest covering DevOps culture, emerging technology trends, open-source cloud and even a roundup of IT-related mishaps.

Mendix Launches Global ‘Low-Code for Good’ Hackathon to Deliver Transformative Solutions for Nonprofits

Mendix, a Siemens business and global leader in modern enterprise application development, announced that it will host its first-ever global hackathon, ‘MxHacks 2022, Low-Code for Good,’ to build solutions designed to improve lives, safeguard the environment, conquer disease, fight for justice, or advance other good causes.

Commvault and Oracle Partner to Deliver Metallic Data Management as a Service on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Commvault, a global enterprise leader in intelligent data services across on-premises, cloud, and SaaS environments, has expanded its strategic partnership with Oracle to include Metallic DMaaS on Oracle Cloud.

Resecurity Brings Cyber Threat Intelligence to Microsoft Azure

Resecurity, a cybersecurity and intelligence company, announced its award-winning cybersecurity threat intelligence and risk monitoring platform is now available on Microsoft’s Azure Marketplace.

Carahsoft Partners With Thentia to Bring Its Industry-Leading Cloud‐Based Regulatory Platform to the Public Sector

Thentia, a global industry-leading government software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider, and Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider, announced a partnership. More government agencies and regulatory bodies across North America will benefit from an advanced end-to-end platform that supports all important regulatory licensing processes.

T-Mobile Brings 5G Home Internet to Nearly Five Million More Homes

T-Mobile is at it again, hooking up 81 more cities and towns across Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma with increased access to 5G Home Internet! Today, T-Mobile announced it has expanded the footprint of 5G Home Internet across these five states, where more than 1.1 million households still have no access to home broadband.

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