Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 10/6/2014.
Tech News Recap
There were some big stories in the industry this week. HP and Symantec are both breaking themselves in two. The Pentagon is preparing to put high-risk secret documents in the cloud. More ATM malware, a cyber attack on Japanese Airlines, and thousands of user photos leaked through a third party Snapchat app. Rackspace is offering to sell and manage Google Apps for work for its customers. To stay up-to-date on the top news from the industry throughout the week, follow GreenPages on Twitter.
- It's Official: HP Will Break Itself in Two
- Symantec Splitting Into Two Publicly-Traded Companies
- ATM malware dispenses cash to attackers
- 5 Steps to Take When a Data Breach Hits
- So You Want to Be a Cloud Architect? Part II
- AT&T and Amazon Web Services buddy up with NetBond VPN service
- 3 Challenges In Moving to the Cloud
- Rackspace to sell and manage Google Apps for Work for customers
- Cyber attack on Japan Airlines impacts up to 750,000
- Hybrid Cloud Gets High Ratings from Hotel Company
- Nottingham University Hospitals CIO plans for paperless records
- Salesforce unveils big push into wearable technology
- Cloud Computing Infuses Gartner Top Technology Trends
- Pentagon prepares to put high-risk secret documents in the cloud
- GE Pushes For Bigger Industrial Internet
- A third-party Snapchat client has leaked tens of thousands of user photos
- Google and Snapchat Veteran Magnusson to Lead Oracle Cloud
- One industry dominates the '40 under 40' list
What top tech news did we miss? Leave a comment with links to any quality articles from last week that other readers may enjoy!
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist