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 03/05/2018!
Building a more efficient Help Desk. Emerging data center trends: From DevOps to DataOps. VMware tackles the complexity of multi-cloud environments. The 4 stages of the cloud transformation journey. Eliminated storage failures in the cloud 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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- IT business continuity and disaster recovery: Past to future
- Building a more efficient Help Desk
- Putting Infrastructure Management in the Driver’s Seat
- Emerging Data Center Trends: From DevOps to DataOps
- Machine learning: What developers and business analysts need to know
- How to compute your enterprise’s regulatory risk with the Microsoft Compliance Manager
- Microsoft’s quantum computing developer kit coming to Linux and Mac
- Leveraging Windows Server 2016 for hyper convergence
- Microsoft Cloud hits superscale as huge customers migration mission-critical SAP workloads to Azure
- Azure Container Instances provide an opt-out option for cluster ops
- Compare AWS container services for your cloud computing needs
- VMware unveils new edge computing solutions to bolster enterprise IoT efforts
- VMware tackles complexity of multi-cloud environments
- Cloud management platforms: Getting started and making it work
- Eliminating storage failures in the cloud
- The 4 stages of a cloud transformation journey
- The cloud’s the limit for secure, compliant identity storage and personal data
- Ransomware: Get ready for the next wave of destructive cyber attacks
- New world record DDoS attack hits 1.7Tbps days after landmark GitHub outage
- The FBI has been secretly working with GeekSquad for years
- Open-source Exim remote attack bug: 400,000 servers still vulnerable, patch now
- Banking trojan turns to ‘Dark Cloud’ botnet to spread malware further
- New research: Most IoT devices can be hacked into botnets
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
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