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Oct 31 2016   9:33AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (10/24 – 10/31)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

Tags:
Apple
DevOps
SDN
Windows 10
Yahoo

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Windows PCs continue to dominate Macs in the business market. Find out why Apple is lagging behind in this week’s roundup.

1. Cost, applications thwart Macs in business – Ramin Edmond (SearchEnterpriseDesktop)

Windows PCs continue to outpace Macs in business. Cost, application options and Apple’s desktop and laptop strategy are all issues.

2. Yahoo, Verizon execs: Prepare your networking team for SDN and DevOps – Jennifer English (SearchSDN)

Enterprises need to prepare networking team members for SDN and DevOps, as the industry continues to change, Verizon and Yahoo said at the ONUG fall conference.

3. Details emerging on Dyn DNS DDoS attack, Mirai IoT botnet – Peter Loshin (SearchSecurity)

As more details emerge on last week’s massive Dyn DNS DDoS, new analysis indicated as few as 100,000 Mirai IoT botnet nodes were enlisted in the incident and reported attack rates up to 1.2 Tbps.

4. Users still kicking the tires on IBM’s cognitive applications – Ed Burns (SearchBusinessAnalytics)

There’s a huge amount of excitement around IBM’s cognitive computing tools, but users are still looking for ways to implement them in their businesses.

5. Microsoft Windows 10 event rings in immersive computing – Brian Holak (SearchCIO)

At this week’s Microsoft Windows 10 event, the company offered a glimpse of an immersive computing future. Also in Searchlight: AT&T, Time Warner and the future of 5G wireless services.

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