Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 7/5/2016!
Gartner is predicting that corporate no-cloud policies will be extinct by 2020. Wendy's released a list of restaurants that were hit by a data breach that compromised debit and credit cards. Microsoft's new Dynamics 365 will bundle ERP and CRM in the cloud. Google acquired video software company Anvato and is testing Chrome encryption that is meant to withstand attacks from quantum computers. You can now send files with Skype when the recipient is offline, Windows 10 has an anniversary, and more top news you may have missed this week!
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Tech News Recap
- Corporate "no-cloud" policies to be extinct by 2020, Gartner says
- How to Know Which Digital Trends Are Worth Chasing
- Microsoft's new Dynamics 365 will bundle ERP and CRM in the cloud
- Is All-Cloud Computing Inevitable? Analysts Suggest It Is
- The Hyper-Converged Landscape: What's New, What's Hot, and What's Possible
- Windows 10 Anniversary Update: 5 Key Business Features
- The New IT: Driving Business Innovation With Tech
- You can now send files with Skype when the recipient is offline
- Spending on public cloud IT infrastructure to hit $23.3 billion
- CEO conversations: The road to Convergence 3.0
- Google is testing Chrome encryption that's meant to withstand attacks from quantum computers
- Wendy's releases list of restaurants hit by data breach that compromised debit and credit cards
- National Basketball Players Association to Hold Their First-Ever Technology Summit
- New Jersey CTO Prioritizing Security, Embracing Cloud
- Which cloud is on top?
- IT spending will shrink worldwide due to Brexit, Garner predicts
- Google acquires video software company Anvato
- Top 20 NSX articles for June 2016
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist