Were you busy last week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 2/1/2016!
Tech News Recap
Data was leaked as the United States’ largest police union servers were hacked. Microsoft thinks its Project Natick submarine datacenters could be the answer to cleaner cloud services in the future. Cisco spends $1.4 billion on Jasper’s Internet of Things platform. Barracuda has released its New Essentials for Microsoft Office 365 offering. The company SugarCreek is using both VMware NSX and Cisco ACI in its datacenter (we held a webinar on this topic a few months back).
- United States’ Largest Police Union Servers Hacked, Trove of Data Leaked
- How Microsoft briefly ran Azure from an undersea datacenter
- Cisco Spends $1.4 Billion on Jasper IoT Platform
- Barracuda’s New Essentials for Office 365
- VMware, Cisco SDNs Bring Home the Bacon
- Cloud app teams much include security pros says USF CIO
- Tesla hires creator of iPhone’s processor to work on self-driving car tech
- Changes to Remote Management using Hyper-V Manager
- 10 Productivity Tools To Help You Win At Work
- 5 reasons you need to hire a Chief Privacy Officer
- Citrix Summit 2016: HDX RealTime Optimization Pack 2.0
- Google said its cloud runs 4 million apps but we have no idea how well it’s really doing
- Saudi cloud computing market to surge 44.5%
- Building a Data Analytics Culture Takes Time
- SDN in Enterprise Moving Past the Hype, Survey Finds
- Satya Nadella uses this app to run Microsoft – and now it will reach more people than ever
- SpyHunter anti-malware maker files lawsuit over bad review
- 4 things employees hate about IT (and how to fix them)
[On-demand Webinar] VMware NSX vs. Cisco ACI: When to Use Each, When to Use Both.
By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist