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Tech News Recap for the Week of 3/16/2015

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 3/16/2015

Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 3/16/2015.

Tech News Recap

Tech  News RecapChina has admitted to the existence of units dedicated to cyber warfare. Microsoft announced Windows 10 will arrive this summer, is pushing itself into the Internet of Things battle and is rumored to be killing off the Internet Explorer brand. The White House has named its first Director of IT (a former Facebook Engineer). The Hillary Clinton email scandal has shed light on shadow IT. US firms are getting caught up in Chinese censorship issues. There were also some good articles around cybercriminals stealing information via data laundering, why CIOs are adopting virtual desktops, and the future of big data in the cloud.

 

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