Were you busy last week with the long 4th of July weekend? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 6/22/2015.
According to a recent study, the healthcare cloud computing market could be worth $9.48 billion by 2020. The FBI is investigating a string of attacks on the West Coast targeting internet fiber optic cables. Microsoft has debuted its Skype Phone and meeting services for large companies. MasterCard users may soon be able to pay for online purchases with their face or fingers. Also, get a look at a health wristband Google is testing as well as Energous Corporation's wireless charger for electronic devices that uses radio waves.
Tech News Recap
- Microsoft Taking a 'Cloud First' Approach with SharePoint 2016
- Healthcare Cloud Computing Market Worth $9.48 Billion by 2020
- String of West Coast attacks on Internet fiber optic cables leads to FBI investigation
- VMware Horizon View and All Flash Virtual SAN Reference Architecture
- Emerging Drivers in the Unified Communications Market
- Microsoft Debuts Skype Phone, Meeting Services for Big Companies
- Hurricane season: Weathering the storm with tablets and smartphones
- The 4 P's of Transformation
- Intelligence community loves its new Amazon cloud
- MasterCard to trial using selfies as authentication
- A Look At The Tech That Could Mean We Never Have To Charge Our Phones Again
- Teaming, Not Fighting, with Marketing and Sales
- Google Testing a Health-Tracking Band for Drug Trial Patients
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist