Were you busy last week? Here's a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 9/22/2014.
Tech News Recap
The biggest story this week was about the software vulnerability Shellshock. Be sure to read up on this and how it may be impacting your environment. iPhone 6 and 6 Plus reviews are out. Amazon workers in Germany are on strike again. Russia has told Facebook, Google & Twitter to comply with its law on data storage. There were also some strong articles around cloud storage, ransomware, analytics, IT savings in the cloud, and connectivity in city services.
- Shellshock: How to protect your Unix, Linux and Mac servers
- Apple Sells 10 Million iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Devices During Launch Weekend
- Larry Ellison Has a Long List of Memorable Quotes
- Harvard Biz Survey Touts IT 'Pioneers'
- The Truth About Ransomware: You're On Your Own
- Chicago: A Smart City Story
- Boston CIO Discusses Importance of Connectivity in City Services
- Who's who in the smartwatch market?
- In Germany, Amazon workers strike (again)
- Apple iPhone 6 Plus (review): Bigger display, longer-lasting battery steals the show
- Cloud Storage Users Share Pros and Cons of Leading Services
- Why it's time for the two-speed CIO
- Amazon tests smart home gadgets, expands hardware lab
- Storage Has Evolved - It Now Provides the Context and Management of Data
- Google's massive new Dutch data center to cost $770M
- Amazon confirms that EC2 reboots are due to Xen issues
- Moving towards cloud 'inescapable', says Met Office CIO
- New movement in learning analytics could change education
- Navy discovers a cache of IT savings in the cloud
- Russia Asks Facebook, Google, Twitter to Comply with Law on Data Storage
- 5 Ways Big Data Impacts the Insurance Industry
- Defense Department to Study Viability of BYOD
What top tech news did we miss? Leave a comment with links to any quality articles from last week that other readers may enjoy!
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