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Tech News Recap for the Week of 6/9/2014

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Tech News Recap for the Week of 6/9/2014

 

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

  • Google Pays $500 Million to Buy Satellite Maker Skybox Imaging
  • Brown University goes personal with 100 percent virtualized cloud
  • How Hackers Set Up Illegal Mines for Virtual Currencies
  • Increased Productivity & Design Flexibility: The Case for Migrating to SharePoint 2013
  • Georgia Tech Engineering Students Use Virtual Desktops to Access Specialized Tools Anywhere, Anytime
  • Google Offers Cloud Database to Aid Autism Research
  • Some clouds may bypass IT, but someone still needs to keep the lights on
  • Food Chain, PF Chang's, Investigates Possible Card Breach
  • LEAKED: LG's First Android Wear Smartwatch Will Supposedly Offer 36-Hour Battery Life
  • Clean Cloud Is the Future
  • Top Ten Competencies of the Modern CIO
  • Target Names Its First CISO
  • How Big Data is Redefining the Role of a CIO
  • Data Never Sleeps {Infographic}
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison Gets from 97 Data Centers Down to 8
  • 14 year olds finds manual online, hack an ATM during their school lunch hour

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