Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 3/28/2016!
The market for all-flash arrays is heating up. Hackers exposed thousands of insecure desktops. A Chinese national pleads guilty to stealing US military secrets. Gartner released its 2016 CIO Agenda Report. Microsoft Office 365 is the most used web business app, John Chambers invests in a drone company, and more top news from this week!
Tech News Recap
- How one hacker exposed thousands of insecure desktops that anyone can remotely view
- Nimble Storage vs. Pure Storage: A Battle of All-Flash Arrays
- Microsoft Providing Cloud Computing Services to BMW
- Chinese national pleads gulty to stealing US military secrets
- Building the Digital Platform: Insights From the 2016 Gartner CIO Agenda Report
- Kent State CIO talks about his cloud ambitions, accomplishments, and his new cloud book
- Reviewing Tony Scott's first year as federal CIO
- What To Expect at Microsoft's Annual Build Developer Conference
- Merging firms appealing targets for attackers
- Microsoft Office 365 most-used Web business app, report says
- Cisco's John Chambers toying with drones in "retirement"
- 2016 Cyber Threat Defense Report
- Stop! Don't Let Your Business Fall off the Digital Disruption Cliff
- With Hospital Ransomware Infections, the Patients Are at Risk
- 7 Most Expensive Smart Watches
- AR/VR technologies: 'Just say yes'
- How Mobile Devices Are Transforming Home Healthcare
- iPhone SE is a clever blend of old and new tech
By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist