Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 8/24/2015.
Chinese spies target US intellectual property, the FBI is recruiting hackers as cyber special agents, and DDoS attacks have increased 132% in Q2 of 2015. Only 1 in 4 enterprises have a coherent cloud strategy. It was the 25 year anniversary of Windows 95, more colleges are taking a closer look at DaaS, and apparently you may not be smarter than a 5th grader when it comes to designing mobile apps.
Tech News Recap
- Chinese spies target US intellectual property
- CIO Focus Interview: Peter Weis, Matson Navigation
- FBI tries to recruit hackers as cyber special agents
- Only 1 in 4 Enterprises Have Coherent Cloud Strategies, But It's Still Full Steam Ahead
- DDoS Attacks on The Rise: Increased 132% In Q2 2015
- Microsoft launched this product 20 years ago and changed the world
- U.K. company makes hydrogen-powered iPhone battery that ban purportedly last a full week
- The Hacked Landscape: Protecting Your Organization from Modern Threats
- New Hampshire CIO Balances Standards, Unique Needs
- Ouch! Feeling The Pain of Cybersecurity in Healthcare
- Research: You're not smarter than a 5th grader at designing mobile apps
- Colleges Taking a Closer Look at DaaS
- Decoded! What not to say to you non-IT coworkers
- Uber Partners With The University of Arizona on Self-Driving Cars
- How 'Digital Masters' drive transformation from the top down
- Report: iPhone 6s base model to have 16GB of storage
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist