Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 6/20/2016!
A security breach exposes information of over 34,000 online shoppers, Chinese hacking has slowed, and crypto ransomware officially eclipsed screen-blocker ransomware. Microsoft is leading the cloud computing pack in the enterprise space. Arista is infringing on Cisco networking patents. The IoT market continues to grow. Enterprises are moving to cloud computing faster than what was thought, the multi-cloud model is rising in the enterprise, Google Fiber acquires Webpass to provide added urban coverage and wireless, and more top news from this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- Acer security breach exposes data of 34,500 online shoppers
- Microsoft leads the pack in cloud computing for the enterprise
- Chinese hacking slows amid public scrutiny and U.S. pressure
- Move to cloud computing accelerating faster than thought for enterprises, survey says
- PTR Records: Using Reverse Look-Ups to Ensure Delivery
- How to make mobile apps with FileMaker 15
- Pure Storage now offers a novel way to upgrade flash arrays
- Arista infringes on Cisco networking patents, trade agency says
- Ransomware: The News Is Always Bad
- Cloud Computing is Moving to Outer Space?
- The multi-cloud model is rising in the enterprise
- U.S. court rules that FBI can hack into a computer without a warrant
- Crypto Ransomware Officially Eclipses Screen-Blocker Ransomware
- 'Trojan horse' stalks security conference
- Google Fiber will add urban coverage and wireless by acquiring Webpass
- Mobile advertiser tracked users' locations, without their consent, FTC alleges
- Why Russian hackers were likely behind the DNC breach
- IoT Revenue May Reach $357 Billion By 2018
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist