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Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 03/27/2017!
Did you miss our webinar, "Harnessing Lightning: DevOps + ITOM for Secure & Compliant Hybrid Cloud Ops?" Simon Johnson, Senior VP of Client Services and Jay Keating, Senior VP of Cloud and Managed Services explain how to embrace, not resist, DevOps, the pivotal role of IT as the control plane for workload distribution, how to transform your IT with a next-gen IT Operations Transformation Framework, and much more.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 03/20/2017!
Healthcare-related data breaches and hacks are on track to become more dangerous than ever this year. Ransomware and malware are simply becoming more advanced and difficult to fight. Just the other week, radiation science and services giant Landauer was the latest victim of a cyber attack. “Cyber attackers infiltrated a data server operated by IT supplier Landauer, stealing a mix of names, dates of birth, radiation doses, and National Insurance numbers of staff who work with X-Rays.” (Danny Palmer, ZDNet) The hackers had compromised the server of Landauer, gaining access to the Velindre NHS Trust internal server and were able to steal the information of thousands of NHS medical professionals. Attacks like this are practically occurring on a weekly basis.
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 03/13/2017!
Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 03/06/2017!
It’s an end of a great era some may say…SQL 2005 is going End of Support. It’s like finally selling that old Dodge Durango you had since college, or throwing away that T-shirt with a whole bunch of holes in it. It’s a sad day when you finally must say goodbye. The year 2005 brought some amazing things such as YouTube, Mr. Brightside by the Killers, and The Chronicles of Narnia movie (WHAT!) What was so special about SQL 2005 was that it took Microsoft five years to come out with it. The previous edition of SQL was 2000 so it took some time to perfect the next installment of this well-known database. Now all that is coming to an end as extended support will no longer be available for SQL 2005 as of April 12, 2016.