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 10/01/18!
HPE and Citrix deliver a flexible and secure solution for mobile workspaces. Microsoft expands AI offering at Ignite 2018. Hackers can stealthily avoid traps set to defend the cloud 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.
- Maximizing the Business Value of IT: The Four Zones Model
- HPE and Citrix deliver a flexible and secure solution for mobile workspaces
- How to monitor your data center Linux server with osquery
- Incorporate NIST security and virtualization recommendations
- How VDI performance monitoring tools help IT
- Digital transformation needs to come from the top
- 60% of businesses optimistic about digital transformation. Why hasn't culture followed?
- Estée Lauder CIO gives IT a makeover to keep pace with fast-changing beauty trends
- VMware Fusion 11, First Take: MacOS and Windows updates restore competitive edge
- VMware Integrated OpenStack 5 improves Kubernetes support
- Cisco, SAP team up to ease cloud, container integration, management
- Cisco: Two critical bugs in DNA network software need these urgent patches
- Microsoft Azure picks Dell EMC for edge compute and storage
- Microsoft expands AI offering at Ignite 2018
- Microsoft's Surface All Access a bet that hardware as a service can work (with an office 365 assist)
- Windows 10 October 2018 Update: The five best new features for business
- VMware, Riverbed integrate SD-WANs with Azure Virtual WAN
- Maximize cloud storage benefits with cloud-native data
- Yes, a true private cloud can now be built
- A globalized cloud for a globalized world
- Hackers can stealthily avoid traps set to defend the cloud
- Palo Alto Networks to acquire RedLock for $173M to beef up cloud security
- This dark web market is dedicated to compromising your emails
- Russia's elite hacking unit has been silent, but busy
- Why us? 6 months after ransomware attack, Atlanta has no answers
- After Facebook's breach, attention turns toward motive and potential nation state perpetrators
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist