If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed the week of 12/11/2017!
The top tech gifts of 2017! Traditional WANs vs Next Gen. How Microsoft will hit its $1 trillion valuation. 3 advanced data protection technologies to look for in 2018. Microsoft makes Azure Bot Service generally available for developers 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
- Top Tech Gifts of 2017! Brought to you by Team GreenPages
- Keep the cost of VDI in check
- Gartner analyst predicts doom for the on-premises data center
- Traditional WANs vs Next Gen
- Micro data centers garner macro hype and little latency
- How Microsoft will hit its $1 trillion valuation
- Microsoft Edge on Android: Windows 10 browser spinoff clocks up a million users
- How Microsoft is using LinkedIn to take on Salesforce and transform the science of sales
- General availability of Azure Site Recovery Deployment Planner for VMware and Hyper-V
- Microsoft’s Cortana can now manage your Gmail and your Google Calendar
- Microsoft looks to make Bing results smarter with new AI-powered features and Reddit partnership
- Microsoft makes Azure Bot Service generally available for developers
- AWS announces single sign-on, but is it worth it?
- Profiles in Cybersecurity: Steve Martino, Chief Information Security Officer, Cisco
- An overview of Cisco‘s 2017 performance
- What’s more secure than the cloud?
- 62% of IT leaders say legacy systems are the biggest roadblock to multi-cloud success
- 2020: The magic year public cloud becomes more popular than on-premises
- Four ways to avoid vendor lock-in when moving to the public cloud
- Juniper Contrail battles Cisco ACI, VMware NSX in the cloud
- 3 advanced prevention technologies expected to grow in 2018
- You can’t hide cryptocurrency under your mattress: Hackers steal $70 million in bitcoin
- Only 9% of consumers fully trust IoT devices, but many refuse to disconnect
- Ransomware response: 6 steps to limit data loss
- Cyberpocalypse? Cybercrimes to cost $6 trillion annually by 2021
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist