Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 6/6/2016!
Enterprises are adopting cloud at a rapid pace. A new study claims that 82% of c-suite executives are planning on increasing the number of workloads their organization hosts in public clouds. Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 will be end-of-life in April of 2017 - so the time to act is now. Massive DDoS attacks reach record levels as botnets make them cheaper to launch. Mark Zukerberg had some of his social accounts hacked, the US intelligence unit wants better management, security and analytics for cloud-based systems, Google may be working on flying cars, and more top news from this week that you may have missed!
Tech News Recap
- Enterprises are adopting cloud at a rapid pace
- 82% of C-suite say public cloud is the way forward
- Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 End-of-Life: It's Time to Act!
- Massive DDoS attacks reach record levels as botnets make them cheaper to launch
- Zuckerberg's Twitter, Pinterest, LinkedIn accounts hacked
- Microsoft launches Planner, a project-management tool part of Office 365
- US intelligence unit to advance management of virtual desktop security, systems
- How chief information officers become chief innovation officers
- Wearables At Work: 9 Security Steps Worth Taking
- Google, Facebook, Yahoo, rights groups oppose FBI expansion of surveillance powers
- Former White House CIO thinks City of Toronto ripe for innovation
- Samsung Bendable Smartphones May Come In 2017
- Office 365's brand-new apps: Planner and advanced security
- Securing your car from cyber attacks is becoming big business
- Twitter locks some accounts after passwords exposed
- Google's Larry Page may be working on flying cars
- Lenovo Unveils Project Tango, Moto Z Droid Smartphones
- Morgan Stanley To Pay $1 Million SEC Fine for Security Lapse
- Flattering to deceive: Why narcissists are an easy target for hackers
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist