Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 6/1/2015.
The U.S. believes it could have been hit by the biggest data breach ever on the government's computer networks. Microsoft buys Wunderlist as it continues to target mobile productivity. A nasty bug lets hackers into Apple computers. The Apple Watch is set to hit retail stores on June 26th. Attackers are using medical devices to bypass hospital security. Remember, there is a leap second adjustment happening at the end of June that could affect your IT environment. And much more!
Tech News Recap
- U.S. believes this could be biggest breach ever of government's computer networks
- Leap Second Adjustment Reminder
- Microsoft Buys Wunderlist App, Targets Mobile Productivity
- Mac attack! Nasty bug lets hackers into Apple computers
- 4 tips to help CEOs find their CIO soulmate
- Microsoft to build 2 new data centers in Toronto and Quebec City
- 5 success factors in a strong CFO-CIO relationship
- Attackers targeting medical devices to bypass hospital security
- The rapidly changing role of the CIO
- Apple Watch to hit retail stores on June 26
- SMEs: Embrace the cloud and reap the benefits
- Navy's virtualization goal: flexibility
- Apple Watch: Crashes less than the iPhone, and is driving iOS upgrades
- Cyber and Financial Crimes Affect All of Us
The corporate IT department has evolved. Has yours kept pace?
By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist