If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 10/02/2017!
New update on Yahoo data breach, now it’s every single Yahoo account. Three questions to ask about hybrid cloud. What visibility really means in IT. New Windows 10 security features and how to use them. How AWS saves their customers lots of money 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.
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- How to build a modern 24/7 help desk [infographic]
- The changing role of Modern IT: How one solutions provider has evolved
- What’s new in MySQL 8.0 Database
- Keeping IT real: What visibility really means
- Virtualization and IoT made for one another, but performance monitoring still essential
- NetApp HCI launches at subdued user show
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- The amazing ways Microsoft uses AI to drive business success
- 7 Windows 10 security features that could help prevent cyber attacks against your business
- Microsoft’s plan to sell more Windows S devices
- Apple, Microsoft patch iOS11 email flaw
- Does Windows 10 virtualization-based security defend the OS?
- How a fire alarm has caused a glitch for Microsoft’s Azure Cloud
- Microsoft, machine learning, and “data wrangling”: ML leverages business intelligence for B2B
- Amazon AWS saved its customers $500M by alerting them when they’re overpaying
- Cisco to remain a formidable player in the enterprise WLAN market
- Multicloud architecture takes hybrid cloud to new heights
- How to maintain control when moving to the cloud
- Extending hyper-converged: Three questions to ask about hybrid cloud
- The best enterprise antivirus: Kaspersky leads in latest tests
- Why SSL/TLS attacks are on the rise
- Every single Yahoo account hacked, 3 billion in all
- Many Macs vulnerable to firmware attacks, despite OS and security updates
- 93% of companies have password rules, but it may not protect them from data breaches
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