Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 7/11/2016!
Scammers are creating fake websites targeting Olympic fans, Australia was victim to more than 200,000 ransomware attacks over the past two months, and Oregon Health and Science University has agreed to pay federal authorities $2.7 million for two data breaches in 2013 that involved more than 7,000 patients. According to IDC, IaaS revenue will triple as enterprises adopt public cloud computing as a viable option to on-premises hardware. Amazon just bought a small startup called Cloud9 that specializes in software development tools. Microsoft wins an appeal over the U.S. government, Tesla is standing firm in the use of its self-driving Autopilot feature, and more top news from this week.
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Tech News Recap
- Google Study Finds Enterprises Who Trust The Cloud Beyond Cutting Costs See Revenue Growth
- Fake Olympic tickets and Zika news apps scam users
- Amazon Just Bought This Hot Cloud Startup
- Australia victim to more than 200,000 ransomware attacks in past two months alone
- Infrastructure as a service cloud computing revenue to surge by 2020
- Microsoft wins appeal over US government access to emails held overseas
- GE and Microsoft work together on IoT services in the cloud
- OHSU pays nearly $3 million over two data center breaches in 2013
- Fujitsu and Oracle form strategic alliance
- Coca-Cola CIO Pushed a Cloud Agenda
- AWS - Monitoring the Memory of your Virtual Machine (AMI)
- Why It's Worth Migrating Existing Apps to the Cloud
- Why AI could be the key to turning the tide in the fight against cybercrime
- Tesla Stands By Autopilot, Plans More Educational Outreach
- With big data, CEOs find garbage in is still garbage out
- Digital skills shortage could lead to increased security risks
- The makings of a man-in-the-middle attack
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist