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Feb 29 2016   11:40AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (2/22 – 2/29)

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Apple
Big Data
Cisco
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VMware

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Whose side are you on: Apple or the FBI? Check out where the lines are being drawn in this week’s roundup.

1. Lines drawn in iPhone backdoor case; Apple gets backup – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

The public debate surrounding the iPhone backdoor case heats up; Apple and the FBI clarify their messages; and Apple gets legal support from major tech companies.

2. Spotify moves to Google cloud with eyes on big data – Trevor Jones (SearchCloudComputing)

Spotify surprised industry observers by becoming one of the most high-profile cloud customers for Google, which is trying to shake the image that it can’t compete with Amazon and Microsoft.

3. Hybrid cloud benefits outweigh cons, say IBM customers – Robert Gates (SearchDataCenter)

Benefits of a hybrid cloud transition outweigh complex integration challenges, according to IBM execs, users and industry watchers at the company’s annual Interconnect event.

4. Cisco NFV technology targeted at mobile carriers – Antone Gonsalves (SearchNetworking)

Introduced at Mobile World Congress, the latest Cisco NFV technology is an all-in-one package of computing, storage and networking infrastructure.

5. Casado departure not expected to hurt VMware SDN tech plans – Antone Gonsalves (SearchSDN)

SDN pioneer Martin Casado is leaving VMware, and analysts say the departure is unlikely to affect VMware’s SDN tech strategy.

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  • CharlieBrowne
    Truly Apple is doing the right thing in this case.
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  • TheRealRaven
    Any programmer knows that any software that can bypass security mechanisms in a specific iPhone is also capable of bypassing the same mechanisms in every other iPhone of that type, and possibly more. All that's necessary is to change whatever identifiers are being selected. E.g., change whatever bit of code holds the serial number or GUID or whatever is tested for.

    Any argument that says it should be done because it's only for a specific piece of hardware is totally specious and should be ignored out of hand.
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