Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 3/30/2015.
Google has banned China’s website certification authority after a security breach. A study revealed that almost half of smartphone users in the U.S said they cannot live without their phones. Obama authorized sanctions against hackers. Cisco will purchase SDN startup Embrane.
Tech News Recap
- Google Bans China’s Website Certificate Authority After Security Breach
- Nearly Half of US Smartphone Users Say They Can’t Live Without Their Phones
- CIO Focus Interview: Isaac Sacolick, Greenwich Associates
- Ford, Microsoft Team Up For Cloud-Based Third Act
- Obama authorizes sanctions against hackers
- Carnegie Mellon Study Shows People Act to Protect Privacy When Told How Often Phone Apps Share Personal Information
- vCloud Air: Helping a customer move to a hybrid cloud environment
- You’ll soon get 10TB SSDs thanks to new memory tech
- Tony Scott’s ‘people agenda’
- Intel Reportedly in Talks To Buy Chip Maker Altera
- Pentagon Personnel now talking on NSA-Proof Smartphones
- Security crashes the boardroom party
- Implementing a Hybrid Cloud Strategy
- Cloud, Mobile Technology Complicating IT Security
- How CIOs can engage the board of directors
- New Agile Teams – Common Questions, Simple Answers
- Amazon’s Apple Watch killer will be free and sell you everything
- Cisco to buy SDN startup Embrane
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist