Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 9/26/2016.
Salesforce is trying to block Microsoft's LinkedIn deal with anti-competition claims. According to a study from CompTIA, most IT departments view cloud computing as a way to cut costs and save money. Microsoft is teaming up with Adobe on digital transformation services. Running a successful IT help desk should be measured based on financial productivity. More information from the Yahoo hack emerges, a new generation of CIO thinking has emerged, Microsoft is leaving the consumer mobile market, and more top news from this week that you may have missed!
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Tech News Recap
- Cloud Computing Embraced As Cost-Cutting Measure
- IT Budget Research: Where CXOs are placing their bets for 2017
- Microsoft and Salesforce: How the former suitors are once again disruptors
- Running Effective Help Desks: Focus on Financial Productivity
- Microsoft Teams with Adobe on Digital Transformation Services
- Hyperconvergence using SimpliVity with Alan Sugano
- 16 useful Windows 10 tools that help you get more done
- The Hacking of Yahoo
- A new generation of CIO thinking emerges
- You can now earn $1.5 million for hacking the iPhone
- Why digital innovation in telecommunications needs to be about more than just connectivity
- 6 Steps To Successful Continuous Deployment Transition
- Four Lessons from IoT Early Adopters
- Amazon's new GPU-cloud wants to chew through your AI and big data projects
- Here's Why Facebook Built One of Its Data Centers Near the Arctic Circle
- Amazon to spend $2.5M on university competition to build "socialbot"
- Microsoft is leaving the consumer mobile market
- Google will shore up one of its biggest cloud weaknesses next year
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By Ben Stephenson, GreenPages Technology Solutions