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Tech News Recap for the Week of 10/27/2014

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 10/27/2014

Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 10/27/2014.

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This week there were some interesting reads about network virtualization, the concept of the chief integration officer, common/costly mistakes made by CIOs, and the impact big data could have on mid-term elections. Amazon is sitting on $83 million of unsold Fire Phones. Meanwhile, former Apple CEO John Scully is launching a new low-cost smartphone brand. Hackers went after unclassified White House networks. A survey done by EMC and IDG revealed information about the popularity of private clouds in Singapore.



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