Exxon, Shell Lower Capital Spending, Government’s CIO Pushes for Accountability From Cloud Suppliers

Exxon Mobil Corp and Royal Dutch Shell are reportedly handling the oil price decline better than competitors thanks to their moves to lower company spending. Both oil firms are nearing completion on projects, which is helping to cut capital spending costs.

US Department of Labor CIO Dawn Leaf suggested companies looking to adopt cloud solutions stay on top of suppliers, making sure they are accountable for service problems.

Alibaba has partnered with 2 British startups, making it possible for British companies to apply for financing to buy from the Chinese e-commerce’s suppliers.

Just days after Apple unveiled its new watch, some are worrying that the device’s battery may not last very long in between charges.

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