Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/23/2016!
Big Data and analytics sales will reach $187 billion by 2019. Using fake credit cards that were created using stolen data, fraudsters stole $13 million from ATMs in 7-Eleven stores in Japan. VMware has released new versions of NSX instead of having just the one offering. This means NSX could now be in your budget. Microsoft has unveiled a plan to combat terrorist content, the US Government is still using floppy disks, the Internet of Things is improving air travel, and more top news you may have missed this week!
Tech News Recap
- Big Data, Analytics Sales Will Reach $187 Billion By 2019
- $13 Million Stolen From Japan ATMs Via Stolen S. African Bank Data
- Microsoft Unveils Plan To Combat "Terrorist Content"
- New NSX Versions: What's it mean for your SDN strategy?
- How the Internet of Things improves air travel
- Six Stages of Digital Transformation
- Hospital data protection policy must bond storage and mobile
- 40 years of Apple: Apple's most innovative products
- US Spending Billions To Keep Outdated Tech Alive
- PowerApps first look: Create mobile apps without coding
- Google wants to teach computers to create art from scratch
- How to keep your photos and videos safe: put them on the Moon
- Wait, What Is Blockchain?
- 15 signs you're doing agile wrong
- This sticker can wirelessly charge your smartphone or tablet
- French tax police raid Google's Paris office
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist