The hunt in America for scarce talent that can build and run the massive data centres behind cloud computing is pitting three generations of companies against one another
Tue, Mar 08, 2016 - 5:50 AM
Mr Chavez's Krux in San Francisco scans data from more than three billion devices. Many of his 160 or so employees are just the kind of people the tech giants, along with other startups, are looking for.
AMAZON Web Services (AWS), a globe-spanning cloud computing network that is part of the online retailing giant Amazon, has rapidly become one of the most powerful forces in technology. It has also become a target for poachers.