Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 7/18/2016! Remember, to stay up-to-date on the latest tech news throughout the week, follow @GreenPagesIT on Twitter.
A hacker who claims to have stolen 10 million patient records is extorting victims for money. Microsoft is almost done moving its Skype consumer service to Azure. Like AT&T, Verizon is going virtual for enterprises. Earlier this week, Microsoft announced they are offering a free preview of Microsoft Stream, a new business video service. Salesforce is acquiring data center optimization startup Coolan, a majority of companies say their trade secrets are most likely compromised, and more top news you may have missed this week!
Tech News Recap
- How a healthcare hacker is pressuring victims to pay up
- Microsoft is almost done moving its Skype consumer service to Azure
- Can Big Data Help Cure Cancer?
- Google launches cloud service for understanding human language
- Like AT&T, Verizon is going virtual for enterprises
- Preview of Microsoft Stream - a New Business Video Service
- Salesforce to acquire data center optimization startup Coolan
- Boeing Win Positions Azure For Future Enterprise Growth
- Essential Elements in Building an Agile Data Center
- Succeeding at Artificial Intelligence Requires a Commitment to Agile Experimentation
- Your Skype calls are about to get much better
- 9 High Tech Cities Outside Silicon Valley To Explore
- Majority Of Companies Say Trade Secrets Likely Compromised
- Edward Snowden has developed an iPhone case meant to kill surveillance
- Google's DeepMind A.I can slash data center power use 40%
- How Apple and Facebook helped to take down Kickass Torrents
- FBI needs to beef-up high-tech cyber threat evaluations says DoJ Inspector General
- Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos just passed Warren Buffet to become the 3rd-richest man in the world
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist