Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 4/25/2016!
The US Supreme Court has approved amendments to Rule 41 that allows judges to issue search warrants for hacking into computers outside their jurisdiction. The House unanimously passed the Email Privacy Act. IoT revenues are up 15% from the last quarter of 2015, Microsoft has a new look to its Windows 10 start menu, Microsoft and Google call a truce on lawsuits, and more top news you may have missed from this week!
Tech News Recap
- US Supreme court allows FBI hacking computers located worldwide
- House unanimously passes Email Privacy Act, requiring warrants for obtaining emails
- Microsoft's New Look Start Menu for Windows 10
- IoT revenues up 15%; cloud computing a big driver
- Cloud will make U.S. immigration agency more agile
- Microsoft, Google Call A Truce On Lawsuits
- Top U.S. universities failing at cybersecurity education
- Ransomware: It could happen to you
- Japanese Golfers Can Get Drones To Deliver Their Snacks
- Enterprises fall behind on protecting against phishing, detecting breaches
- The Disrupted CIO: Being A Leader In Higher Education
- Malware intrusions at hospitals: Why so many?
- 5 tip for defending against advanced persistent threats
- Google, Ford, Uber launch coalition to further self-driving cars
- Cloud Nation: 10 Most Supportive Climates for Cloud Computing
- Tim Cook, Mark Zuckerberg and others urge Congress to fund K-12 computer science education
- Microsoft researcher wins prestigious computing award
- Tech Complexity Giving IT Professionals Headaches
- 5 things containers need to win the enterprise
- Running out of space on your iPhone? Here are eight tips to help you quickly & easily free up space
By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist