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In today’s weekly infographic we picked the top nine stories, three in each group. If you want to read more check out the links at the bottom of the page to get full details about each news.
1. Attackers exploit a weakness that SAP patched six years ago
The Department of Homeland Security has issued an alert about a 6-year-old SAP vulnerability that’s still being exploited enough that DHS deems it worthy of special note.
2. Containers vs. virtual machines: How to tell which is the right choice for your enterprise
Name a tech company, any tech company, and they’re investing in containers. Google, of course. IBM, yes. Microsoft, check. But, just because containers are extremely popular, doesn’t mean virtual machines are out of date. They’re not.
3. UserVoice hacked; user accounts compromised with weak encryption at play
UserVoice has admitted a cyberattack which has exposed sensitive data belonging to a small subset of users with administrator or contributor status.
1. OpenStack Cloud Platform ZeroStack Launches Partner Program
ZeroStack launched a new global Partner Program this week to help partners deliver an OpenStack private cloud to their customers.
2. How smart storage will rescue big data
For IBM, a world leader in AI, as their Watson project has demonstrated, applying intelligence to storage is a natural. We’re facing a data onslaught like never before. We’ll be generating more data than we have capacity to store once IoT gets rolling.
3. CoreOS secures $28 million in Series B funding led by Google’s venture capital arm
Container startup CoreOS announced Monday that it has secured $28 million in Series B funding let by Google’s venture capital arm, GV. Other investors include Intel Capital, Accel, Fuel Capital, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Y Combinator Continuity Fund.
1. Google is reportedly announcing a standalone Android VR headset next week
The company will reportedly be announcing a standalone Android VR headset at next week’s Google I/O event. Entrepreneur and former tech journalist Peter Rojas has tweeted that Google will launch an untethered Android VR headset next week according to his multiple sources.
2. WhatsApp launches desktop apps for Mac and Windows
People who have already been using WhatsApp in their web browsers will find that the software isn’t significantly different. The company said in an announcement “our desktop app is simply an extension of your phone,” with all messages synced between devices.
3. Windows Continuum: What happened when I used a Windows 10 phone as my PC
One week, one Windows phone, and a few peripherals. Why did I sign up for this again?
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