Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 7/20/2015.
Another big week of news on the security front. We could see a spike in divorces after the Ashley Madison hack, and it also came to light that hundreds of thousands of vehicles are vulnerable and at risk of being hacked. In other news, Microsoft buys the cloud security firm, Adallom, and Google buys UI design firm Pixate.
Tech News Recap
- Ashley Madison hack exposes IT details and customer records
- Public Cloud Spending to Reach Nearly $70 Billion Worldwide in 2015, According to IDC
- VMware Earnings Preview: Hybrid Cloud, SDN, End-User Computing To Boost Services Revenues
- Microsoft Reportedly Buys Israeli Cloud Security Firm for $320M
- Hacker: 'Hundreds of thousands' of vehicles are at risk of attack
- Google buys mobile UI design firm Pixate, makes its software free
- 4 Ways SMBs Can Take Advantage of the Cloud
- Sony Jumps into Drone Business for Enerprise
- How big banks use tech to attract savvy consumers
- Google: Software Updates Are The 'Seatbelts Of Online Security' And any Don't Buckle Up
- How to spot a hacker, and prevent employees turning rogue
- The Complexity Challenge Drives Shadow IT
- Biometrics moves into the mainstream
- Ensuring IT Project Success
- Why Business Leaders are Clueless about Data Integration
- Amazon posts a $92M profit as AWS sales nearly double
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist