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 07/23/18!
Microsoft previews what's coming in Dynamics 365 this October. AI is going to transform the pharmaceutical industry. IT concerns for breaches have doubled since last year: Here are the biggest threats. Software security: there's more to it than bug-bounty programs 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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- Quantum computing: Seven truths you need to know
- Gartner predicts the data center is toast: They might be right
- Veeam adds Nutanix AHV support, expands Office 365 backup
- 5 ways AIOps will influence enterprise IT operations
- AI is going to transform the pharmaceutical industry. Here's how.
- Fun with AWS and Chris Williams, Gigacast
- 7 reasons why the AWS IoT platform is great for IoT startups
- Amazon brings EC2 to enterprise data center through AWS Snowball Edge
- Windows 10: Microsoft reopens Skip Ahead program but you need to be quick
- Microsoft delivers public previews of its Office 2019 server products
- Microsoft previews what's coming in Dynamics 365 this October
- Why Amazon can't match Microsoft in the cloud: 10 insights from Satya Nadella
- Surface by the numbers: How Microsoft reinvented the PC
- Microsoft's got a new plan for managing Windows 10 devices for a monthly fee
- Cloud computing: Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud growing faster, but AWS still has a big lead
- The proof is in: DevOps and cloud go great together
- VMware solutions at Make-A-Wish America
- When storage capacity hits the wall: A tale of two organizations
- HPE brings storage deeper into DevOps realm
- ERP security warning as hackers step up on attacks on systems
- Cybersecurity rundown: The 5 most critical threats to businesses in 2018
- The 10 airports where your phone is most likely to get hacked
- Business travelers beware: Ride sharing apps carry serious security risks
- IT concerns for data breaches have double since last year: Here are the biggest threats
- Half a billion smart devices vulnerable to decade-old DNS rebinding attacks
- Unsecured server exposes 157 GB of highly sensitive data from Tesla, Toyota and more
- Software security: There's more to it than bug-bounty programs
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