Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 2/9/2015!
There was some good information around announcements made by VMware at its Partner Exchange event around vSphere 6, vSAN 6, and the partnership between VMware and Google. Tony Scott was named Federal CIO. President Obama, Apple CEO Tim Cook and others debated the topic of sharing cyber security data. Apple is working on an electric car design and Google is shutting down its expert video chat service, Google Hangouts.
Tech News Recap
- vSphere 6, vSAN 6 & Other Key Announcements from VMware PEX
- Why The Anthem Breach Just Doesn't Matter Anymore
- Is Cloud the Response to Integrated R&D?
- 8 things to know about Tony Scott
- VMware's Partnership with Google: vCloud Air & the Google Cloud Platform
- U.S. states say Anthem too slow to inform customers of breach
- 5 Sneaky Ways Companies Are Changing Employees' Security Behavior
- Apple Has Hundreds Working On An Electric Car Design, Says WSJ
- Obama, Tim Cook, Others Debate Sharing Cyber Security Data
- Google Is Shutting Down Google Helpouts, Its Expert Video Chat Service
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist