Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 9/15/2014.
Tech News Recap
A big story this week was Larry Ellison stepping down as CEO at Oracle. Citrix acquired the virtualization start up Virtual. There was also several announcements around iPhones and Androids. China denied US hacking allegations and called them “totally groundless.” More security breaches at major retailers (surprise surprise). Legislation was introduced in the US Senate aiming to place limits on access by U.S. law enforcement agencies to emails and other communications stored abroad. There were also some good posts around the internet of things, wireless strategy, and programming.
- IT executives worried about employees using chat apps
- What’s Your Wireless Strategy
- Citrix snaps up virtualization startup Virtual
- Getting the most out of backup & recovery
- Credit card data theft hit at least three retailers, lasted 18 months
- Larry Ellison to step down as Oracle CEO; will remain CTO, Catz and Hurd promoted to CEO
- Apple cannot comply with search warrants on iOS 8 devices
- 12 Data-Driven Cities Making the Internet of Things a Reality
- Google to turn on encryption by default in next Android version
- Why is iPhone storage suddenly cheaper?
- Senate bill would limit access to emails stored abroad
- Home Depot breach put 56 million payment cards at risk, company says
- 12 predictions, 5 years: The future of programming
- China says US hacking accusations are ‘totally groundless’
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