Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 8/8/2016!
A point-of-sale cash register system sold by Oracle appears to have been hacked by Russians. The latest study from Ponemon Institute says that IT Managers are finding more confidence in tracking shadow IT in enterprises but that security and governance still lags. The Internet of Things market could top $3 trillion by 2025. U.S. mobile carriers added more cars than phones to their networks in the second quarter of the year. Worldwide public cloud services spending is forecasted to reach $195 billion by 2020. Macy's is focusing on digital transformation, Boeing is using Microsoft Azure to make commercial flights more efficient, and more top news you may have missed this week!
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Tech News Recap
- Russian hackers appear to have infiltrated up to 330,000 computer cash registers sold by Oracle
- Half of all cloud services outside of IT departments, but IT is getting wiser
- Microsoft and Boeing set a course for the Azure Cloud
- Running Docker on CentOS on ESXi
- IoT Market Could Top $3 Trillion by 2025, Report Finds
- 9 Cloud Skills IT Pros Need Now
- Worldwide Public Cloud Services Spending Forecast to Reach $195 Billion by 2020, According to IDC
- Google Gmail: Now you get security alerts about senders to beat email spoofing
- Duke IT Manager Talks Legacy Tech, Security, Career
- Macy's will close 100 stores so it can spend more on digital tech
- IoT is now growing faster than smartphones
- Tech sector employment sees gain in July
- Samsung both denies and admits mobile payment vulnerability
- Ecuador says Swedes will question Assange at its UK embassy
- Google Chrome could soon work with your smart home appliances
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By Ben Stephenson, Emerging Media Specialist