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 06/12/2017!
How DevOps changes the delivery of IT functions. Users get a sneak peak at Pure, Cisco NVMe storage fabric. Why it’s time to update Windows XP. How the cloud is transforming healthcare. British Intelligence considers North Korea the source of the WannaCry ransomware attack and more tops news this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
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- Data migrations without the migraines
- Switching from traditional to software-defined storage
- VDI monitoring tools help keep doctors in front of patients
- How DevOps changes the delivery of IT functions
- 10 DevOps tools that IT pros are using the most
- SD-WAN: What it is and why you’ll use it one day
- IT infrastructure automation lessens the load for data center teams
- Users get sneak peek at Pure, Cisco NVMe storage fabric
- Microsoft Windows XP gets more updates to avoid another WannaCry nightmare
- It’s time to update XP, Windows Server 2003 despite Microsoft’s emergency patch
- HPE debuts ‘world’s most secure servers‘ and new computer experience at Discover
- How the cloud is transforming healthcare
- Curing public cloud-phobia
- Cloud storage architecture for virtual server
- IBM simplifies identity management in the cloud with new offering
- Can Dell change endpoint security?
- Major ransomware attack strikes top UK university campus
- How to stop wasting money on security shelfware
- Inside Symantec’s bid to build the Amazon of cybersecurity tools
- Fileless malware: an undetectable threat
- Top 5 cybersecurity facts, figures, and statistics for 2017
- North Korea carried out the WannaCry ransomware attack, per British Intelligence
- University ransomware attack: Services remain disrupted, warnings over further attacks
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By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist