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Tech News Recap for the Week of 11/24/2014

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 11/24/2014

Tech News RecapWith a short week due to Thanksgiving, here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed.

Tech News Recap

New Malware has been used for surveillance in 10 countries including Russia and Mexico. A study has found that Internet of Things in the enterprise is up three-fold since 2012. VMware is currently offering a 25% discount on vSOM. Computerworld provided its 2015 predictions around IT spending. The adoption of cloud computing continues to accelerate in the enterprise space. Ebay pulled it's app from the App Store and InformationWeek provided a list of 10 Windows Tablets and Laptops that are under $200 to keep in mind as the holidays approach.

 

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