Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 4/4/2016!
VMware launched Boxer, a mail, calendar, and contacts app touted to have enterprise-level security features packaged in a consumer-grade user experience. HP launched Spectre, the thinnest laptop in the world. A data breach at Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca is bring touted as the largest ever. Facebook's popular messaging client WhatsApp has enabled encryption by default for its 1 billion users. Toyota is racing into the cloud revolution, Salesforce has big plans for its latest artificial intelligence acquisition, and get 9 tips to protect your environment from cryptolocker.
Tech News Recap
- VMware launches Boxer, a mobile mail app for AirWatch and Workspace ONE customers
- HP launches new Spectre, a thin laptop
- The massive Panama Papers data leak explained
- 9 Tips to Protect Your Environment from Cryptolocker
- Toyota Is Racing Into the Cloud Revolution
- WhatsApp Launches End-To-End Encryption
- New Azure tool helps IT tame SaaS apps
- Strategic CIOs embrace emerging technologies for competitive advantage
- Microsoft Isn't Building a Car, but Don't Count It Out of the Connected Car Space
- Don't let embarrassment about a data breach cost you even more
- Salesforce Has Big Plans For Latest Artificial Intelligence Acquisition
- 11 mobile tools for IT heroes on the go
- Flexible Screens To Hit Wearable Tech This Year
- 12 great Windows 10 features for power users
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist