Amazon Web Services kicked off its cloud-computing conference in Las Vegas with a display of its dominance in on-demand computing, and a workmanlike assertion that the effort is just beginning.
Amazon Web Services, the pioneering cloud-computing unit of the online retail giant has taken a page from the playbook of some of its more traditional competitors: It started advertising.
Amazon Web Services says Symantec chose AWS for "the vast majority of its cloud workloads," appearing to trump Microsoft in the new market for on-demand computing infrastructure.
Personal details for some 57 million Uber users and 600,000 drivers were stolen by hackers over a year ago. But Uber's security team paid the attackers $100,000 to keep quiet about the breach.
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