If you had a busy week last week and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 05/29/2017!
Cisco and IBM announce historic cybersecurity partnership. Microsoft patched more Malware Protection Engine bugs last week. Power surges at British Airways cause losses in upwards of $125 million. Security hole in Samba software could lead to another WannaCry. Why the cheapest cloud option isn’t usually the best option and more tops news this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- Microsoft’s DNA storage tech may fit in an enterprise
- Microsoft patched more Malware Protection Engine bugs last week
- First ‘Always Connected’ Windows 10 on ARM PCs are coming from ASUS, HP, Lenovo
- Windows 10: Get ready for PCs with ‘beyond all-day’ battery life
- How Cisco combats fast-maturing cybercrime networks
- Cisco and IBM announce historic cybersecurity partnership
- Future of HPE sits at the edge with IoT in a post-cloud world
- HPE storage to Nimble, SimpliVity to jolt
- Focusing on the cheapest cloud price could cost you
- Sorry, Amazon, but Microsoft is the World’s #1 Cloud Vendor
- Power surges at British Airways over weekend causes loses of over $125 million, highlights importance of Disaster Recovery procedures
- Don’t start your SDCC planning until you answer these questions
- Five emerging technologies for rapid digital transformation
- Newer, faster Internet protocol for disasters proposed
- Your digital initiative‘s biggest test may be measuring its success
- VDI deserves another look based on Dell EMC VDI Complete
- SD-WAN explained: Getting your questions answered
- What do you do when you’re caught in a breach?
- Security hole in Samba software could possibly lead to another #WannaCry
- Shadow Brokers launch subscription service for fresh exploits, zero-day leaks at $23,000 to join!
- Target’s data breach settlement sets a low bar for industry security standards
- US defense contractor stored intelligence data on Amazon server without a password
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By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist