If you had a busy week in the office and need to catch up, here’s our tech news recap of articles you may have missed the week of 01/14/19!
Top five data center trends to watch in 2019. Microsoft launches Azure DevOps bug bounty program. How cloud-native applications are transforming IT. Barracuda improves email security with forensics and incident response. Malware can now evade cloud security tools and more top news this week you may have missed! Remember, to stay up-to-date on the latest tech news throughout the week, follow @GreenPagesIT on Twitter.
- Converged secondary storage changes (almost) everything
- Top five data center trends to watch in 2019
- GPU use gains traction in VDI deployments
- Intent-based networking vs. SDN: How do they differ?
- Look back at top IT infrastructure spending trends of 2018
- AI and storage at the 2019 CES
- What is a CISO? Responsibilities and requirements for this vital leadership
- 5 blockchain trends to expect in 2019
- Microsoft: 'Expect a bumpy ride'. These are 2019's top 10 tech challenges
- Microsoft Office has changed, how you use it should too
- Microsoft launches Azure DevOps bug bounty program, $20,000 rewards on offer
- Microsoft's big win: Pentagon signs massive $1.76 billion contract
- Shopper privacy critical when using new Cisco DNA Spaces
- Amazon Web Services launches fully-managed AWS Backup
- AWS acquires CloudEndure disaster recovery, backup services
- Zero trust: The transition from legacy to cloud-native
- How 'cloud-native' applications are transforming IT, and why it took so long
- 68% of enterprise IT departments now using public cloud infrastructure
- Barracuda improves email security with forensics and incident response
- VMware and Pivotal put NSX spin on Kubernetes security
- Hacker behind 'Football Leaks' arrested in Hungary
- Over 87GB of email addresses and passwords exposed in Collection 1 dump
- This malware spreading tool is back with some new tricks
- A combined attack of malware with a Remote Access Trojan is hitting banks and retailers
- Malware can now evade cloud security tools, as cybercriminals
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