Were you busy last week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 1/25/2016!
Walmart says its newly released OneOps tool will trump cloud lock-in. Microsoft plans to make Cortana smarter with the ability to scan emails and set alerts for commitments you may forget. EMC’s Joe Tucci says the $67B Dell deal will get done. Apple’s Safari browser was unavailable for some users around the world on Wednesday. Get a recap of the top announcements that came out of the Citrix 2016 Partner Summit that was held earlier this month in Las Vegas. These include updates around XenApp, XenDesktop 7.7, XenMobile 10.3, and PVS 7.7. Facebook will be setting up a second data center in Europe, Disney IT workers are filing lawsuits, and more top tech news from this week!
Tech News Recap
- Walmart Says it Can Cut Your Cloud Costs
- Microsoft’s Cortana To Spy On Email To Keep You On Track
- EMC Chief Says Dell Deal Is ‘On Track’
- All your old-tech passwords belong to us, for just $17
- Apple’s Safari browser crashed worldwide
- Air Force CTO Puts Focus on Cloud Governance and Cost
- Facebook to set up second data center in Europe
- 27% of all malware variants in history were created in 2015
- Disney IT workers allege conspiracy in layoffs, file lawsuits
- Citrix Summit 2016: What’s New With XenApp and XenDesktop 7.7
- Citrix Summit 2016 Part 2: XenMobile 10.3 and PVS 7.7
- Microsoft buys into Ubuntu Linux on Azure hybrid cloud
- VMware Virtual SAN Delivers Enterprise Level Availability
- 3 reasons why healthcare CIOs love wearables
- Wearable sweat sensors paves way for real-time analysis of body chemistry
- 11 iPhone Apps To Get Healthy, Wealthy, And Productive
- 3 misconceptions small business have about the cloud
- 8 Must-Have Mobile Tools For Road Warriors
- Apple may be about to change how the iPhone charges
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist