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Tech News Recap for the Week of 4/28/2014

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 4/28/2014

 

Were you busy last week? Here’s a quick recap of news and stories you may have missed!

  • Critical zero-day endangers all versions of Internet Explorer - and XP isn't getting a fix
  • Anatomy Of A Cloud Migration: Inside the Channel Company's IT Transformation
  • It's Crazy What Can Be Hacked Thanks to Heartbleed
  • Organized Crime Group Scams US Companies Out Of Millions
  • Modernizing IT by Killing the Transactional Treadmill
  • Microsoft kicks in $1 billion to help students buy under $300 devices
  • 5 reasons why Google can catch Amazon in the cloud
  • Field Notes: 'Rogue' employees want IT to lighten up already
  • Ready or not, welcome to the integrated cloud
  • Revenge of the CIO: the new chief enabler
  • Google Disables Scanning of Student Email for Advertising Purposes
  • 'Dark Wallet' Is About to Make Bitcoin Money Laundering Easier Than Ever
  • The History of Data Storage - Infographic
  • Halo, The Brain-Improving Wearable, Raises $1.5 Million
  • Cloud computing brings the world to Dunedin

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