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Tech News Recap for the Week of 11/09/20

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 11/09/20

If you had a busy week and need to catch up, here’s our recap of tech stories you may have missed the week of 11/09/20!

IT Operations

Microsoft

  • Windows 10: Microsoft starts forcing Windows 10 1903 PCs up to version 1909, not 20H2

  • Power BI November 2020 Feature Summary

  • A time of resiliency, change and innovation: How cloud-focused business strategies are driving transformation across industries

HPE

  • HPE aims GreenLake VDI services at use case, worker roles

  • Pioneering the future of HPC and AI with groundbreaking accelerated computing

Dell

  • Dell Technologies intros new PowerProtect series appliances

Cisco

AWS

  • Amazon unveils automatic archive to deep storage for AWS S3, and a bevy of other storage enhancements

  • Amazon AWS promises to let analysts do drag-and-drop data cleansing with DataBrew

  • Amazon Web Services launches Nvidia Ampere-powered instances

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By Jake Cryan, Digital Marketing Specialist

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