Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 5/9/2016!
Financial transaction network SWIFT has renewed its warning to customers to be on their guard following the discovery of malware at another bank using its services. Microsoft Flow makes it easy for anyone to string together inputs, outputs, and actions into simple applications. The healthcare industry topped the list of the most cyber-attacked industries in 2015. EMC is in a race to develop smart cities in India. CIOs and CMOs need to improve their relationship, Apple invests $1 billion in a Chinese ride sharing company, our partner SimpliVity is featured on HBO's Silicon Valley, and more top news from this week!
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Tech News Recap
- SWIFT warns of malware attack on another of its customers
- Dell-EMC Merger Means Hyperconverged Data Centers and More Enterprise SSDs
- Microsoft's API mashup tool for the rest of us
- List Of The 5 Most Cyber-Attacked Industries
- World's largest IT storage company EMC in race to develop smart cities in India
- Forrester calls for CIOs and CMOs to improve their relationship
- Cloud Technology Will Boost Future Businesses in Nigeria
- Microsoft Buys Connected Coffee Maker Specialist
- A CIO's Take On Ransomware
- Behind the Scenes with SimpliVity and Silicon Valley
- Microsoft Users: It's time to give up the GUI
- Microsoft expands its Azure cloud platform to South Korea
- Adobe adds data-science muscle to its cloud services
- Why the former CIO of Gap moved from clothes to cloud
- Is there a wearables market for kids? A UK firm bets yes
- Apple Invests $1 Billion In Chinese Ride Sharing Company
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist