Welcome to 2018!
If you had a busy week in the office following the holidays and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed the week of 01/01/2017!
Why 2018 is the year for Kubernetes. The biggest hardware and software milestones of 2017 for Microsoft. Updates and patches for the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities. Eight burning questions for enterprise technology in 2018 and more top news this week you may have missed! Remember, to stay up-to-date on the latest tech news throughout the week, follow @GreenPagesIT on Twitter.
Tech News Recap
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- Secure you SDN controller
- Big Data 2018: Cloud storage become the de facto data lake
- SD-WAN deployment options: DIY vs. cloud managed
- Four telecom infrastructure trends driving network of the future
- Eight burning questions for enterprise technology in 2018
- These Kubernetes developments make the platform ripe to explode in 2018
- An enterprise storage dictionary for non-experts
- Kubernetes will rule the hyperscale data center in 2018
- Microsoft Monday: Foldable smartphone patent, Surface Pro with LTE availability, Andromeda OS hinted
- Microsoft in 2017: The biggest hardware and software milestones
- VDI with Citrix on Azure Government
- Microsoft is already fixing the big chip bug – here are the Windows PCs that will be the most affected
- Why 2018 could be a big breakout year for Microsoft’s Stream video service
- HP’s newest ‘zero’ client offers improved security, VMware and Amazon integrations
- Once again, analysts name VMware a leader in cloud management
- Cisco ETA security integrated into Catalyst, ASR, ISR
- Cisco to release patches for Meltdown, Spectre CPU vulns, just in case
- Cloud infrastructure vendors begin responding to chip kernel vulnerability
- How cloud heavyweights Microsoft, Amazon, and IBM will transform cloud computing in 2018
- 2017 Threat Trends – The Year in Review
- One surprising statistic explains why phishing will remain the most common cyber attack for the next few years
- Emergency Windows Meltdown patch may be incompatible with PC
- Anonymous no more: Reusing complex passwords gives your identity away
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist