Tech News Recap for the Week of 12/14/2015

Were you busy this week? Here’s a quick Tech News Recap of articles you may have missed!

Tech News Recap

Cloud adoption is increasing in regulated industries, the DoD is eyeing commercial cloud options to house sensitive data, and Twitter has issued a warning against state-sponsored hacking attacks. Several large banks are spending $1.5 billion to battle cyber crime, Morgan Stanley analyst predicts that iPhone sales with tumble in 2016, and more top news from this week!

  • DoD eyeing commercial cloud options for secret data
  • Cloud adoption soars in regulated industries
  • Twitter warns users targeted by state-sponsored hackers
  • J.P. Morgan, Bank of America, Citibank And Wells Fargo Spending $1.5 Billion To Battle Cyber Crime
  • Congress Set to Enact Cyberthreat Information-sharing law
  • iPhone sales will tumble in 2016, claims Morgan Stanley analyst
  • Singapore students create wearable devices to tackle Parkinson’s disease
  • Why Elon Musk and Reid Hoffman are Funding Smart Machines
  • Treasury looks to Nutanix’s VDI environment for workplace mobility
  • 14 Tech Gift Recommendations from GreenPages’ Architects
  • How Notre Dame is going all in with Amazon’s cloud
  • Should You Try Calculating ROI on Digital Transformation
  • Managing your workloads in the cloud the right way
  • Apple CEO defends privacy, encryption amidst terrorist concerns
  • The year in fraud: 2015 by the numbers
  • Prediction: Apple Will Soon Become the World’s First $800 Billion Company
  • It’s time for IT teams to digitize like the startups do
  • The 5 trends that rocked business tech in 2015
  • Google’s top trending topics of 2015 include the hottest gadgets in tech
  • Cybercriminals will target Apple in 2016, say experts
  • Banks told to get get tough on cybersecurity in 2016

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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist