Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 8/22/2016!
Windows 2016 is almost here and there are going to be some important changes around licensing. Veeam has announced a road map around its Veeam Availability Platform for the Hybrid Cloud. SimpliVity also announced some enhancements to its offerings. In the financial sector, 1 in 4 breaches are due to lost or stolen devices. MIT scientists are working to significantly improve Wi-Fi speeds, the U.S. convicts a Russian hacker in a credit card theft scheme, and more top news from this week you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- Crucial Licensing Changes in Windows 2016 Release
- Veeam availability expands in hybrid cloud platform
- SimpliVity: The all inclusive HCI solution gets even better!
- MIT scientists think they can make your WiFi 10x faster
- Attackers don't need vulnerabilities when the basics work just as well
- State CIOs: Economics of cloud still pose uncertain costs to state government
- Microsoft Productivity Apps To Arrive On Lenovo Phones
- U.S. convicts Russian hacker in credit card theft scheme
- Technology Futures and Innovation at VMworld 2016
- Massachusetts' Automated Toll System Raises Privacy Concerns
- Here's Why Dropbox Is Urging Users to Reset Their Passwords
- 12 most powerful hyperconverged infrastructure vendors
- NYT says Moscow bureau was targeted by cyberattack
- Voice Recognition Software Finally Beats Humans At Typing, Study Finds
- Lost and stolen devices account for 1 in 4 breaches in the financial services sector
- At HP, baby boomers allege age discrimination
- Microsoft details its 24-core 'holographic processor'
- Video PaaS Market Will Reach $1.7 Billion By 2020
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist