Tech Round-up: 3/19/12-3/23/12

By Gotham
Posted in Virtualization
On March 23, 2012

  • ZDNet: Most owners of compromised Web sites don't know how they were hacked: http://zd.net/GLC8Hp
  • PCWorld: Outlook 15 gets ready for touch tablets, gets rid of Social Connector, adds in-line replies: http://bit.ly/GIpPeC
  • CRN: Windows 8 is on track to be finished this summer and launched 'around October,' according to a Bloomberg report: http://bit.ly/GGDf7c
  • Ars Technica: Criminal and malicious attacks accounted for 37% of corporate data breaches in 2011, a 6% rise from 2010: http://bit.ly/GEgbWS
  • Computerworld: What does the new iPad mean to business? On-the-go media work, videoconferencing, and more: http://bit.ly/GBsOFJ
  • Computerworld: According to Kapersky Labs, the Duqu trojan was built by old-school programmers using Object Oriented C: http://bit.ly/GAv5Dk
  • InfoWorld: Upcoming VMware product will allow users to remotely access desktops via browser without a plug-in or client: http://bit.ly/xW6lSO
  • GMA: New Android malware found to be a self-updating, remote-controlled¬†Trojan: http://bit.ly/FVPyMi