Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 3/23/2015.
Tech News Recap
A new breed of Point of Sale malware has been spotted in the wild by security researchers at Cisco's Talos Security Intelligence & Research Group. Microsoft Apps are coming to Android smartphones and tablets. The White House has named Twitter veteran Jason Goldman as the first Chief Digital Officer. Eric Schmidt says that Google Glass will return. The Human Rights Council at the United Nations has voted to appoint an independent watch dog to monitor privacy rights in the digital age.
- New "PoSeidon" Point of Sale Malware Spotted in the Wild
- Microsoft Apps Coming to Android Smartphones, Tablets
- President Obama Taps Twitter Vet Jason Goldman As White House's First Chief Digital Officer
- Flash Storage: Is it right for you?
- A CIO best allies in the fight against 'shadow IT' are the shadow IT vendors
- Hackers have found a way to get into nearly every computer
- Today's CIOs are trying to make sense of massive influx of data
- Internet of Things: How the next stage of the internet's evolution will connect humans and machines
- Worst Sports-Related Passwords
- Where were you 3 minutes ago? Your Apps know
- How Big Data is Changing Basketball
- CIOs in the Tech Age - Jacks of All Trades
- Google Glass: Schmidt Says It Will Return
- Microsoft packages Azure for Web and mobile developers
- Are you maximizing the value of IT?
- Hacking Air-Gapped Computers Using Heat
- An Agile Approach to Finding Value in Dark Data
- Tech Firms Killing Password for Bio Authentication
- UN to appoint watchdog to focus on privacy in digital age
- 9 security gadgets for mobile devices
- IoT Revolution: Is The Enterprise Ready?
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist