Tech Round-up: 2/20/12-2/24/12

By Gotham
Posted in Virtualization
On February 24, 2012

  • Computerworld: U.S. lawmakers want FTC to probe Google over Safari privacy circumvention: bit.ly/wNaXlG
  • CSO: The Cybersecurity Act of 2012 seeks to protect critical infrastructure from attack via regulation by the DHS: bit.ly/AfeOUM
  • EON: Veeam ONE v6 to provide affordable monitoring, reporting, and more for Hyper-V: bit.ly/yLhWU5
  • PCWorld: Google bypasses privacy protections not only in Safari, but also in Internet Explorer: bit.ly/wEa6un
  • Computerworld: 5 free Android security apps to help keep your smartphone safe: bit.ly/yBMcl0
  • CRN: VMware: Millennials Pushing Envelope on Virtualization, Cloud: bit.ly/wihMar
  • InformationWeek: 7 Ways to Toughen Enterprise Mobile Device Security: bit.ly/xxQUTm
  • CNET: Chrome to support Do Not Track privacy feature; users can opt out of ad targeting based on browsing behavior: cnet.co/wt8oF3
  • ZDNet: Microsoft SharePoint 15: A 2012 release target, an app marketplace, and more: zd.net/zPFKVq
  • TechCrunch: Apple acquires Chomp; App Store search and discovery to be completely revamped: tcrn.ch/wDFo2h