Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 4/27/2015.
Rumor has it that Salesforce could be acquired. According to experts, the top suitors include Oracle, Microsoft, HP and IBM. The FBI is investigating a DDoS attack at Rutgers University. There were multiple announcements from Microsoft last week. The company will offer three new ways to store big data on Azure, they have opened Windows 10 to Apple and Android apps, and CEO Satya Nadella set a $20b cloud target. According to a new F5 study, the majority of Asia Pacific enterprises now view cloud as their number 1 priority in the next 12 months.
Tech News Recap
- Salesforce's likeliest suitors: Oracle, HP, IBM, Microsoft
- Microsoft to offer three new ways to store big data on Azure
- FBI investigating Rutgers University in DDoS attack
- Majority of Asia Pacific enterprises view cloud computing as No. 1 priority
- Microsoft opens Windows 10 to Apple, Android apps
- 8 Things You May Not Know About Docker
- Nadella sets $20bn cloud target for Microsoft
- CIOs Need to Break Organizational Barriers for SDDC Success
- Why Using the Cloud to Maintain HIPPA-Compliant IT Makes Sense
- Don't count on people to prevent data breaches
- Expanding IT Roles for Business Growth
- 10 killer tips to get your Apple Watch set up just right
- The Split in Software Defined Storage
- IT and the changing nature of business urgency
- The Evolving State of Cyber-Threats
- The state of mobile payments in 2015
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist