If you had a busy week in the office and need to catch up, here’s our tech news recap of articles you may have missed the week of 01/15/2018!Cisco augments IoT platform with software and analytics. Ransomware and DoS attacks will continue to grow in 2018. 10 ways AI will impact the enterprise in 2018. What WANs are and where they're headed and more top news this week you may have missed! Remember, to stay up-to-date on the latest tech news throughout the week, follow @GreenPagesIT on Twitter.
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- Facebook and Amazon are causing a memory shortage
- Hypervisor software and your hyper-converged infrastructure
- Wide-area networks: What WANs are and where they're headed
- IT infrastructure spending shifting toward cloud deployments
- 10 ways artificial intelligence will impact the enterprise in 2018
- Google expands network with new data centers, subsea cables
- The complex state of hybrid IT: How to make it simple
- Linux Foundations shares some love back for Microsoft Azure
- Here's one way Microsoft's Amazon Alexa rival could win
- Learn how to run Linux on Microsoft's Azure cloud
- Microsoft's newest Windows Server test build adds new storage, failover clustering updates
- VMware VVOLs adoption now poised to grow after slow start
- VMware vSphere 6.5 enhancements and why you should upgrade
- Cisco augments IoT platform with software, analytics
- Amazon launches unified AWS Auto Scaling across cloud apps
- AWS bumps up its data center capacity, again
- Citrix to unify product suite, kill off today's product names in May
- Scope for growth of hybrid cloud market in 2018
- What is fog computing? Connecting the cloud to things
- Ransomware and DoS attacks will continue to grow in 2018
- More than 91% of files breached in 2017 were controlled by business enterprises
- Safeguarding your biggest cybersecurity target: Executives
- Skygofree Android malware is 'one of the most powerful ever seen'
- Cybersecurity in 2018: A roundup of predictions
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