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Wait, companies don’t value data privacy? That’s what consumers believe according to the latest online survey and the TechTarget writers dig deeper into the story in this week’s roundup.
1. Consumers: Companies don’t take data privacy and security seriously – Brandan Blevins (SearchSecurity)
According to an online survey by the cloud security vendor HyTrust Inc., nearly three out of four say companies don’t value data privacy and security. But experts say to see change, consumers must vote with their wallets.
2. Microsoft moves deeper into cloud with Office Graph, OneDrive updates – Jake O’Donnell (SearchConsumerization)
Microsoft continues its emphasis on new approaches to social collaboration and file sharing via the cloud with updates to OneDrive and a new tool tied to Yammer.
3. Talking Data podcast: Professional athletics adopts sports analytics – Ed Burns (SearchBusinessAnalytics)
Professional teams are moving quickly to adopt sports analytics to give them an edge over their competition. But not everyone is sold on the benefits of data analysis.
4. How to watch NCAA Basketball “March Madness” on your tablet – Hannah Becker (TabletPCReview)
With over 67 games and 150 hours of live coverage, the NCAA March Madness Live app will allow tablet users to not miss a minute of every game during the tournament. The app is available through the Amazon Appstore, Apple App Store, Google Play and Windows Store.
5. Microsoft delivers critical IE, DirectShow fixes on Patch Tuesday – Toni Boger and Jeremy Stanley (SearchWindowsServer)
Windows Server administrators can plan for a lighter month of security updates in the latest Patch Tuesday cycle as Microsoft released five updates, including two critical.