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 08/27/18!
VMware extends strategy from data center to cloud to edge. Cisco Meraki amps-up throughput, Wi-Fi to SD-WAN family. State of Enterprise Cloud Computing, 2018. Hackers are trying to scam your company with a new attack 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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- Open standards and the cloud can support a digital transformation in healthcare
- Transforming IT infrastructure and operationstec to drive digital business
- DevOps and agile: Why this union is taking so long to consummate
- Dell and VMware re-imagine PC deployment possibilities
- SaaS market can largely thank data analytics for its rapid growth
- VSAN hyper-converged users offer buying, implementing advice
- Get users on board with your VMware Workspace One deployment
- Pat Geslinger on the future of VMware
- VMware looking towards IoT and the edge
- VMware extends strategy from data center to cloud to edge
- VMware pushes further into multicloud with CloudHealth Technologies buy
- Cisco Meraki amps-up throughput, Wi-Fi to SD-WAN family
- Cisco HyperFlex bundles Veeam data protection
- Microsoft touts more AI-powered OneDrive for Business and SharePoint features due later
- Microsoft lures Win Server 2008 users toward Azure
- Windows 10: Microsoft and Intel patch latest Spectre and Foreshadow CPU vulnerabilities
- Microsoft officially christens 'Redstone 5' as the Windows 10 October 2018 Update
- State of Enterprise Cloud Computing, 2018
- Microsoft Windows Task Scheduler zero-day and PoC exploit disclosed via Twitter
- 77% of IT pros believe their enterprises will be hacked–but almost half aren't ready for it
- Android 'API breaking' vulnerability leak device data, allows user tracking
- Beware: Hackers are trying to scam your company with this attack
- Notorious cyber crime gang behind global bank hacking spree returns with new attacks
- T-Mobile suffered another data breach, but industry 'too jaded' to care
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist