If you had a busy week in the office and need to catch up, here’s our recap of tech articles you may have missed the week of 04/22/19!
Enterprise AI in 2019: What you need to know. Microsoft wants to kill Windows password expiration. Dell EMC and Cisco renew converged infrastructure alliance. Major DDoS attacks increased 967% this year 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.
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- The modern world of data centers
- Choose between 5 hosted hypervisors based on features, use cases
- Why is composable infrastructure important and what are its uses?
- Advantages of a hyperscale data center
- IoT roundup: VMware, Nokia beef up their IoT
- How data storage will shift to blockchain
- Why digital disruption is a top risk to businesses
- Enterprise AI in 2019: What you need to know
- How McDonald's super sizes its data for an optimized supply chain
- JPMorgan Chase splits tech spend between maintenance, innovation
- Disaster recovery plans imperative as climate change threatens data center uptime
- Microsoft wants to kill Windows password expiration
- Announcing VMware Enterprise PKS 1.4
- Introducing Enterprise PKS Integration in Cloud Assembly
- Cisco: DNSpionage attack adds new tools, morphs tactics
- Dell EMC and Cisco renew converged infrastructure alliance
- NVMe is 'ready', says Dell EMC, Virtual Instruments and Cisco
- AWS expands cloud infrastructure offerings with new AMD EPYC-powered T3a instances
- Build and automate a serverless data lake using an AWS Glue trigger for the Data Catalog and ETL jobs
- Where hybrid cloud systems do – and do not – work
- Enterprise cryptojacking attacks continue, despite overall decline in popularity among hackers
- How automated Dark Web marketplaces make credential stuffing attacks more profitable
- Most SMBs would pay a hacker a ransom to get their stolen data back
- Businesses hit with 235% more cyberthreats this year
- How to build trust in cybersecurity among your employees
- Major DDoS attacks increased 967% this year
- Amnesty International says 'state sponsored' hackers targeted Hong Kong base
- Keys to success for cyber resilient companies: Frequent communication with leadership
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist