This week on MyBits Weekly

This week on MyBits Weekly

Read all the latest tech news on MyBits Weekly and be in touch with the most important trends and news in Cloud, Security and Mobile industry.

We strongly believe that information is an important part of our life and saving most valuable of them is even more important. While you are backing up your data using our backup service, you can also read about top stories from Business and Startup world, which will be a standard part of MyBits Weekly report from now on.

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CLOUD

1. Microsoft and SAP love grows stronger in the cloud

The two company CEOs, Satya Nadella and Bill McDermott announced they were taking the relationship to another level with deeper cloud integrations between the two companies.

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2. ServiceNow Cloud Management adds Microsoft Azure support

ServiceNow’s cloud management tools will support Microsoft Azure as well as Amazon Web Services and VMware.

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3. Here’s how one enterprise is using Google’s cloud, along with many other providers

Land O’Lakes tapped Google for a new cloud application, but it’s going to be one of many vendors

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Dell partners with SAP on new datacenter architectures for cloud, IoT deployments

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IBM, Nvidia target virtual desktop applications in cloud

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SECURITY

1.Thinking Security, book review: The ‘how’ and ‘why’ of security

What should you do when a cryptographic crisis scuppers your careful plans to protect your organization and your customers’ data?

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2. International click-fraud bot strikes close to a million victims worldwide

The risks are high to unwitting victims with PCs tampered by the botnet. A botnet which has infected systems around the world counts almost one million victim PCs within its network, researchers say.

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3. Is it wrong to use a VPN to skirt streaming restrictions?

Netflix says some of its customers use VPNs to access restricted content, so the company blocked the tech, raising questions about the ethical implications of location ‘spoofing.’

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Is it wrong to use a VPN to skirt streaming restrictions?

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Stanford quantifies the privacy-stripping power of metadata

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Hacker fans give Mr. Robot website free security checkup

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117 million LinkedIn emails and passwords from a 2012 hack just got posted online

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MOBILE

1. Goodbye, Microsoft Lumia. Hello Surface mobile?

Microsoft has taken the final step in trading its ‘high volume, low cost’ sales model for a ‘flagship-class, category-defining’ one in mobile devices. So what’s next?

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2. Apple has fixed a bug that let hackers bypass iPhone lock screen

The software update included a number of new features and fixes to iPhones and iPads.

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3. Google’s Allo won’t include end-to-end encryption by default

Google announced its new messaging app Allo at its I/O developers conference, and it looks pretty cool. It’s a feature-rich interface with graphics and doodles, and it works with Google Assistant to make suggestions and schedule plans.

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The average age for a child getting their first smartphone is now 10.3 years

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Google’s mobile productivity apps bury Microsoft’s

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Hands-on: Cricket Microsoft Lumia 650 is a compelling choice at only $130

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Sony’s new Xperia XA Ultra has a 16MP camera and a huge 6-inch display

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Twitter is testing a Periscope live-streaming button inside its mobile apps

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STARTUP

1. 6 tips to ensure you meet project deliverables dates

Deliverables are the life’s blood of project management so it only makes sense to do what you can to safeguard against the most common pitfalls.

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2. 3 ways startups are fighting for digital and physical security

The trend of startups reclaiming technology to secure personal safety is promising.

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3. VR gaming startup Lucid Sight nabs $3.5M in Series A funding

Lucid Sight, Inc., an LA-based VR game studio, announced today that they have closed a $3.5 million Series A round of funding led by Rana Capital Partners, B.V. and Salem Partners. This raise brings the company’s total funding to $4 million

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Want more Startup news? Keep reading…

Right-sizing the development process for startups

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