Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 10/20/2014.
Tech News Recap
A top story in the industry this week is that EMC bought out Cisco's stake in VCE. A study shows that consumers think Apple Watch is the most exciting piece of wearable technology on the market. Microsoft is offering cloud tools in the fight against Ebola. The Pentagon's VDI environment reaches 18,000 computers. Google is rolling out Inbox - its new email set up. There were also a couple of good articles around cloud predictions for 2020, trends in the transformation of enterprise IT, and the potential impact the internet of things has on healthcare costs.
- Mercy Health saves $1.2 million by moving to the cloud
- 10 Trends Transforming Enterprise IT
- Pentagon's virtualized desktop infrastructure reaches 18,000 computers
- Microsoft Offers Cloud-Computing Tools in Fight Against Ebola
- Cloud Computing in 2020: Looking into that Crystal Ball
- EMC to buy much of Cisco's stake in joint venture VCE
- Apple Watch most exciting wearable on the horizon, consumers say
- Startup Aims to Remake Computer Security for the Cloud Age
- New Research: Cost Savings Are Top Cloud Computing Benefits for Government
- Plan to tax internet traffic in Hungary sees protesters take to the streets
- VCE Announces Next Phase of Growth and Innovaiton
- Google Wants Inbox to Be Your Email System for the Next Decade
- Can IoT Slash Healthcare Costs
- Cloud Infographic: Data Storage - $16 Billion Market
What tech news did we miss this week? Leave a comment with any links to quality articles from last week that other readers might enjoy!
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