Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 10/3/2016.
VMware will be teaming up with Amazon Web Services to make it easier for customers to run VMware software on AWS. A hacker has released the source code of Mirai - an Internet of Things malware used to launch large scale DDoS attacks. A startup in California is working on launching a cloud service that would put physical satellite data centers in space orbiting around the earth. Cloud IT infrastructure spending is on the rise, the NBA is holding a hackathon, disruption in the storage market, and more top news this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- VMware Will Team With Former Nemesis Amazon in Cloud Pact
- Disruption in the Storage Market: Advances in Technology and Business Models
- Driving digital transformation with the cloud
- Hacker Releases Source Code of IoT Malware Mirai
- Microsoft cuts prices on several of its Azure virtual machines
- Yahoo secretly scanned customer emails for U.S. intelligence
- Yahoo's email snooping: It's all legal
- 5 Keys To Sell IT Projects To The Business Effectively
- Cloud IT Infrastructure Spending Up
- Internet of Things By The Numbers: Results from New Surveys
- 10 Priorities, Concerns Facing State CIOs
- The last frontier: Data centers reach for outer space
- Tech Giants Betting on a Green Future
- How Google's bold moves shake up the tech industry
- The NBA's first hackathon: How is the future coming for the league?
- Moving Enterprise VMs to the Cloud
- Microsoft Is Building AI Supercomputer on Azure Cloud Platform
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By Ben Stephenson, GreenPages Technology Solutions