The country's federal government wants to make more efforts towards citizen data consolidation.
A rolling update of interesting technology news from around the web. This week: A report says AT&T could buy Time Warner as early as this weekend. Also, Microsoft cloud revenue soars, Apple's car-making plans hit a roadblock, and a giant of tech journalism passes away.
Microsoft looks poised to add some new cross-platform mobile apps to its Office 365 Business Premium service, and possibly some kind of new 'personal business assistant,' too.
Dyn, which offers DNS management services and other traffic tools to improve web site uptime, was hit by a distributed denial of service attack.
SAP said new cloud bookings were up 24 percent in the quarter with cloud subscriptions and support up 28 percent. Software licenses and support were up 5 percent from a year ago.
Dell kicked off its first inclusion initiative in 2005 and 11 years on, the company's ANZ managing director says it's crucial for young women to keep the diversity dialogue open.
The tiny new streamer, now with an included voice remote, can access video from Netflix, Hulu, Amazon and more, as well as talk back in the voice of Alexa through your TV.
GoDaddy said the new add-on services will help SMBs transmit, store, and protect business and customer data while also abiding by compliance standards.