Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 11/3/2014.
Tech News Recap
Microsoft is eliminating the fee to use most functions of its mobile aps for Office 365. Google cloud cuts prices yet again. Splunk is playing a major part in the Internet of Things. IDC is predicting the public cloud will be a $127 billion industry by 2018. ZDnet provided a review of smartwatches for work and for play. Drones could end up taking off in Europe before the US. There were also some good articles around converged/hyper-converged infrastructure, shadow IT, Microsoft Azure, mobile development and secure storage infrastructure.
- Microsoft Is Giving Away Its Office 365 Mobile Apps
- Reference Architecture, Converged, & Hyper-Converged Infrastructure: A Pizza Analogy
- What's the deal with Shadow IT?
- Best smartwatches for work and play
- Three Companies That Transformed Their Businesses Using Cloud Computing
- The Modern CIO: Hybrid Cloud Opportunities and Challenges
- The 'Other' CIA - Part of Achieving a Secure Storage Infrastructure
- Google Cloud Cuts Prices Again, Adds Services
- Mobile Development: The 2015 Crystal Ball
- Google has been laying the foundation of its cloud platform for years
- How Splunk Caught Wall Street's Eye By Taming The Messy World of IoT Data
- Drones set to take off in Europe before US - no thanks to Amazon
- Microsoft Azure and the future of hybrid cloud
- Healthcare CIOs Can't Be Afraid to Innovate
- IDC: Public cloud to be $127B industry by 2018
- Get Your Head in the Clouds
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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