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 01/22/2017!
VMware recently updated vSphere to 6.5, find out why you should be upgrading. HPE partners with Portworx for easier Kubernetes deployment. Evolving IoT data storage in 2018. Cisco acquires Skyport Systems to bolster its hybrid cloud positioning 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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- SD-Branch: What it is and why you’ll need it
- How to quantify VDI user experience
- Digital transformation in manufacturing is coming: Here’s how IT departments can adapt
- Moving to the edge: Evolving IoT data storage in 2018
- Microsoft shields Azure Stack hybrid cloud users from patent trolls
- Microsoft unleashes new cloud growth via go-to-market program including customers as partners
- Windows 10 can now show you all the data it’s sending back to Microsoft
- VMware recently updated vSphere to 6.5, find out why you should be upgrading
- Tips for upgrading to vSphere 6.5 in a large-scale environment
- VMware adds edge computing support to vSphere through AWS Greengrass integration
- HPE partners with Portworx for easier Kubernetes deployment
- New Dell and HP laptops harness the power of Intel and AMD
- Cisco acquires Skyport Systems to bolster its hybrid cloud positioning
- Cisco HyperFlex prepares businesses for a hybrid, multi-cloud world
- Amazon’s new data-driven convenience store, Amazon Go, uses AI to check you out
- Cloud computing happened, so now what?
- Cloud and solid state advances give customers new choices
- Could the cloud save government websites from going dark in the next shutdown?
- Spectre flaw: Dell and HP pull Intel’s buggy patch, new BIOS update coming
- US economy could lose $15B if one major cloud provider went down for a few days
- Cyber attacks on the cloud could cost retail $3.4B
- OnePlus.net suffered script injection; 40K customers’ payment details compromised
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
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