Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 10/24/2016.
The Dyn DDoS attack that occurred last week was likely the work of script kiddies, according to Flashpoint. Microsoft announced it's launching the public beta of Azure Analysis Services. They also unveiled the Surface Studio PC, in addition to new Windows 10 features. Apple presented the new Macbook Pro, with touch screen keys and a price jump. Red Cross personal data breach of 550,000 blood donors and more top news this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- How the Dyn DDoS attack unfolded last week
- Watch the Microsoft Surface PC Live Event Recap
- Personal data of 550,000 Red Cross blood donors was breached
- Dyn DNS DDoS likely the work of script kiddies, says Flashpoint
- Are software-defined data centers growing in Health IT?
- Intel Builders Summit 2016 - Barcelona
- Hyper-converged infrastructure appliances: making software-defined data center architecture ubiquitous
- 6 small steps to digital transformation
- IT spending on 'innovation' is now a priority
- OpenStack: it's interoperable after all
- Microsoft announced Tuesday that it's launching the public beta of Azure Analysis Services
- 8 strategies for achieving IT goals
- Meet Microsoft's new Surface Studio desktop PC, designed with creators in mind
- VMware insists Amazon deal will grow, not drain, its business
- 11 new Windows 10 features Microsoft secretly revealed during the Surface PC event
- Apple adds touch screen keys to Macbook Pro but the price jump startles some
- 4 ways businesses can prevent pricey data breaches
- Facebook & Mark Zuckerberg are changing the way data centers are designed
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By Jake Cryan, GreenPages Technology Solutions