Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 8/10/2015.
Google announced a corporate restructuring, forming an umbrella company called Alphabet and naming a new CEO to the core business of Google. Symantec has agreed to sell its data storage unit, Veritas, for $8 billion. Microsoft dropped a new Windows 10 Mobile build for 'fast ring' subscribers of its Insider program. Global SMB IT spending is heading towards the $600 billion mark.
Tech News Recap
- Meet Google Alphabet Google's new parent company
- Symantec to sell Veritas for $8 billion to focus on security software
- Hackers who breached corporate wires made millions off insider trading
- DataGravity update promises to help protect your stored data
- Global SMB IT spend heading towards $600 billion
- Microsoft Drops New Windows 10 Mobile Build, Promises Faster Release Cadence
- Enterprise data storage provider Pure Storage files IPO
- Build-Operate-Transfer Model: Creating a Valuable Framework for IT
- How Microsoft and Google cloud tools make IT more productive
- Alphabet Rewrites Google's Script
- Microsoft cloud guru: We don't notice Google much
- BYOD Mobile App Strategy Improves Healthcare Quality
- 33 Productivity Tools for CIOs
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist