Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 03/13/2017!
Hackers steal personal data of thousands of hospital staff. SUSE acquires HPE’s cloud assets. Microsoft to start previews of on-premises Dynamics 365. Microsoft releases new productivity app, Teams. Massive U.S. corporate database breach. Why SDN and DevOps are a perfect match and more tops news this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- Hackers steal personal data of thousands of hospital staff
- An action plan for cloud management
- Virtualize, Cloud, & Mobile first
- GOP Senator alleges password-hijack attempts after blasting Wikileaks Julian Assange
- SUSE acquires HPE’s cloud assets
- Your password is probably useless, says coding guru Jeff Atwood
- Microsoft to start previews of on-premises Dynamics 365 for operations in April
- VMware struts its NFV infrastructure stuff for Telcos
- Mirai is the hydra of IoT security: Too many heads to cut off
- The internet of botnets and ransomware on your TV: Here come your next big security headaches
- Citrix could be up for sale again, is Microsoft interested?
- Millions of records leaked from massive US corporate database
- SDN and DevOps are a match made in heaven, complimenting each other perfectly
- Microsoft adds new service tier to Azure SQL Database, increases storage limits on existing databases
- Adobe, Microsoft push critical security fixes
- Microsoft’s new productivity app Teams to compete against Slack
- VMware targets digital workplaces with Workspace ONE, AirWatch updates
- After rocky tenure, Mayer to leave Yahoo ‘tarnished’
- ABTA website hacked, 43,000 people affected by breach
- Inside the Russian hack of Yahoo: How they did it
- Citrix ShareFile, an enterprise-class managed file transfer service
- Cisco hyper-converged update spruces HyperFlex, raises HCI stakes
- Five free new features in vSphere 6.5
- Ransomware attacks continue to grow, over 600% in 2016, costing businesses $1B
- Yahoo breach exposes the drawbacks of state-sponsored hacking
- What 2017 has in store for cyber security
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist