If you had a busy week in the office and need to catch up, here’s our tech news recap of articles you may have missed the week of 02/05/2018!
Nutanix leads first hyper-converged Magic Quadrant. Cloud computing will virtually replace traditional data centers within three years. How artifical intelligence is releasing a new wave of cybercrime. Traditional cyber security is costing enterprises a fortune and isn’t helping that much. What is hyper-converged infrastructure 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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- What is hyper-converged infrastructure, and why should you care?
- What’s new with desktop virtualization management?
- Enterprise storage market to focus on data use in 2018
- Intel‘s latest chip is designed for computing at the edge
- Why Red Hat‘s $250 million acquisition of CoreOS is cheap compared to failing in containers
- Microsoft Office 2019 will only run on Windows 10, and will begin previews next quarter
- Windows security: Microsoft issues Adobe patch to tackle Flash zero-day
- Nutanix leads first hyper-converged Magic Quadrant
- Dell is considering its future strategy. What could it mean for CIOs?
- How a Dell and VMware merger could affect EMC storage
- Securing the Digital Workspace & putting employees first
- VMware-VeloCloud acquisition pushes VMware into SD-WAN territory
- Cisco: You need to patch our security devices again for dangerous ASA VPN bug
- Cloud computing will virtually replace traditional data centers within three years
- State of the cloud union: How AWS, Microsoft, Google, and Alibaba stack up
- Eternally(Blue) for you: Botnet mines $3.6M in cryptocurrency
- Phishing attacks: How hunting down fake websites is making life harder for hackers
- Grammarly’s flawed Google Chrome extension exposed users’ private documents
- Apple, Cisco partnership expands with cybersecurity insurance offering
- Ransomware gets easier for would-be crooks as developers offer malware-as-a-service
- How artificial intelligence is unleashing a new type of cybercrime
- Why Google Chrome will label thousands of websites as ‘unsafe’ in the next few months
- Google Chrome users: Don’t fall prey to this fake tech support scam
- Traditional cyber security costs enterprises a fortune and isn’t helping that much
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist