Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 5/18/2015.
A data breach at CareFirst could leave up to 1.1 million customers affected. According to Gartner, the cloud IaaS market is a $16.5 billion market. Google released Chrome 43, addressing 37 bugs. There were good interviews with the CIOs of GE and Whirlpool around the internet of things.
Tech News Recap
- Up to 1.1 Million Customers Could be Affected in Data Breach at Insurer CareFirst
- Cloud Storage Provider: Azure Faster Than Amazon Web Services
- Gartner: Cloud IaaS is a $16.5 billion market
- Helping Businesses Scale Is The Catalyst of Cloud Service Provider Growth
- Google releases Chrome 43, addresses 37 bugs
- GE Capital CIO Jim Fowler On Driving The Internet of Things And Talent Development
- Cloud seen as top IT priority
- Drones could be the next big frontier for entrepreneurs
- CIOs Get Clever About Finding Needed Skills as IT Talent Shortage Grows
- Whirlpool CIO: The future of IoT demands a new IT paradigm
- Cloud IaaS Market to Grow Nearly 33% in 2015: Gartner
- The Cloud Revolution Requires High-Performance Attack Prevention
- Many businesses lack adequate policies, controls over mobile workers
- Transforming Technology Organizations By Investing in Culture and Practices
- Why CFOs Are Collaborating More with CIOs
- 5 Reasons Enterprises Have Difficulty Implementing New Technologies
- Cloud Security: Transparency Is Crucial for Service Providers
- How CIOs Can Ensure Their IT Teams Are a Good Fit
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist