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 05/13/19!
Forrester's 2019 CIO predictions redux: Innovation and adaptiveness accelerate. AI and machine learning: Top 6 business use cases. VMware to acquire Bitnami. Windows 10 security guide: How to safeguard your business 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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- AI and machine learning: Top 6 business use cases
- How IoT and blockchain could eliminate counterfeit goods across the supply chain
- Quantum computing is not a cure-all for business computing challenges
- IoT sensors unlocking hyper-local environmental insights
- Forrester's 2019 CIO predictions redux: Innovation and adaptiveness accelerate
- How to add cognitive services to your Microsoft Azure resources
- Fixing the paper problem at Liberty Mutual Investments
- The Windows 10 security guide: How to safeguard your business
- Microsoft: 'We're detecting 5 billion cybersecurity threats on devices a month'
- Windows 10: how you can successfully make the move from Windows 7
- Microsoft urges Windows customers to patch wormable RDP flaw
- Performance study on PMEM in vSphere
- VMware to acquire Bitnami
- VMware Workstation 15.1 Pro Release Notes
- Q&A: Dell EMC's big goal: Achieve one-click upgrades in the cloud
- As SAP consolidates under flagship HANA, Dell strengthens partnership
- How Software as a Service has changed the dynamic between business and IT
- Predictions 2019 update: Cloud computing soars to new heights
- Spectre and Meltdown explained: A comprehensive guide for professionals
- 71% of medical devices still run on Windows 7, Windows 2008, and Windows Mobile
- Recorded Future: Ransomware attacks against cities increasing
- Microsoft's security recipe: Lock down admin accounts, eliminate passwords altogether
- Charles River sees minimal financial impact from cybersecurity breach
- Hackers are causing breaches, but can companies realistically protect themselves?
- Hacktivist attacks dropped by 95% since 2015
- Cybercrime group that used malware to steal $100 million from online banking accounts shuts down
- ARIN recovers 735,000 fraudulently obtained IPv4 addresses
- Russian government sites leak passport and personal data for 2.25 million users
- 200 million-record breach: Why collecting too much data raises risk
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist