Were you busy last week? Here's a quick tech news recap of articles you may have missed from the week of 9/8/2014.
Tech News Recap
After the scandalous iCloud security breach Apple adds 2 factor authentication, Home Depot confirms a security breach, and researchers cracked a piece of TorrentLocker ransomeware using an encryption vulnerability. There were also some interesting articles around the Defense Department's outlook on cybersecurity, cloudwashing, the iPhone 6, as well as an interview with VMware's CTO of the Americas Chris Wolf.
- Apple adding 2 factor authentication
- Amazon Fire Phone: Was $200, now just 99 cents
- Home Depot Confirms Payment Systems Breach Across U.S. Stores
- There Finally May Be a Deal Brewing for Rackspace. Or Maybe Not
- The CIO Golden Rule - Talking in the Language of the Business
- Will Apple Officially Kill the Credit Card?
- How to Democratize Data Across Departments Within an Organization
- VMware's vCloud Air makes renewed cloud push
- Comparing Cloud Platforms: When it Makes Sense to Use Each
- The Wolf of VMware: A Q&A with VMware's Chris Wolf
- Should CIOs buy the new iPhone? Will it show people you an innovative tech-savvy leader?
- How to Avoid a Cloud Strategy that Fails
- DOD Deputy CIO: 'Cybersecurity should vary by mission'
- Will Stores Warm up to Apply Pay?
- Researchers crack TorrentLocker ransomware using encryption vulnerability
- Forbes Cloudwashing Article: A Few Key Points
Watch this on-demand webinar if you would like to learn more about modernizing your IT operations to allow your team to focus on more strategic initiatives.