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 10/08/18!
Ocean Spray's CIO moves IT out of the 'back office.' Cloud migration must-haves: security compliance, availability. How banks can protect their data from the next cyberattack. How to secure your data in 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.
- Digital transformation in 2019: Lessons learned the hard way
- Juniper advances network automation community, skillsets
- Ocean Spray's CIO not bogged by tradition, moves IT out of the 'back office'
- Business continuity planning proves crucial for disaster recovery
AI and Big Data
- Human brain-sized Artificial Intelligence (AI): Coming soon to a cloud data center near you
- Cloud Migration Must-Haves: Security, compliance, availability
- Cisco sets $2.3B deal for unified access, multi-factor authentication security firm Duo
- Cisco Business Critical Services gets better network monitoring
- Microsoft moves key technologies, including Cortana, from research to product groups
- Microsoft's Common Data Model: What users (not just Dynamics 365 ones) need to know
- What's next for Teams, Microsoft's 'fastest growing business app' in company history
- Amazon Web Services, C3 expand go-to-market pact
- Why cloud native isn't just for the cloud
- Nine questions every CTO should ask before their business moves to the cloud
- Symantec rolls out new cloud security services
- How to secure your data in the cloud
- Private cloud spending is increasing, not decreasing
- How banks can protect their data from the next cyberattack
- This Trojan masquerades as Google Play to hide on your phone in plain sight
- A mysterious grey-hat is patching people's outdated MikroTik routers
- GandCrab ransomware operators team up with crypter service
- This is how much the WannaCry ransomware attack cost the NHS
- RIP Google Plus: Shutdown announced after API bug exposes 500,000 users' details
- Recipe Unlimited denies ransomware attack, despite alleged ransom note
Thanks for checking out our tech news recap!
By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist