Technology Week in Review

By Celeste Collins
Posted in Technology Week in Review
On December 08, 2016

November 21, 2016

NetApp CEO George Kurian discusses the cloud, hyper-converged infrastructure, and a very successful fiscal quarter.

Symantec will acquire U.S. identity theft protection services company, LifeLock, for $2.3 billion, in a deal that it hopes will prop up sales at its Norton cybersecurity unit.

Dell EMC announced availability of a new Dell EMC NetWorker with CloudBoost solution for added protection of enterprise applications running on Amazon Web Services (AWS) as well as the extension of the industry-leading Data Domain protection storage platform to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).

November 22, 2016

Key Management Interoperability Protocol, designed for applications and storage devices to create, share, and destroy encryption keys with security management servers, is getting a makeover and EMC endorsement.

Microsoft discusses the importance of 2-factor authentication when signing into Windows 10.

The team of science fiction writers at the agency SciFutures is helping VMware make its pitch to skeptical, old-school executives who are comfortable with hardware.

November 23, 2016

The Stampado ransomware, one of the cheaper forms of ransomware that crooks can buy on the dark web, has evolved worm-like capabilities which enable it to move across networks and external drives, and even re-encrypt files which have already been encrypted by other ransomware.

Prior to its acquisition of AppSense, LANDesk customers required third parties for VDI management. AppSense fills the gap with centralized management for physical and virtual machines.

November 25, 2016

Microsoft is positioning itself as the software vendor of choice for enterprises that maintain hybrid cloud environments, and it’s opening its arms to Linux and open source software to do it.

This blog provides the first in a series of guided online experiences that allow you to detect, validate and scope potential threats using Splunk.

A Facebook spam campaign has been found distributing Nemucod and Locky ransomware.

Celeste Collins

Celeste Collins

Celeste has more than 15 years’ experience in technical and business communications as a writer and editor. Celeste works on Gotham's documentation and communication efforts.