Enterprise IT Watch Blog

Apr 2 2018   7:58AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (3/26 – 4/2)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh


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What do you think of Atlanta’s incident response to the ransomware attack? Check out all of the details surrounding the cyberattack in this week’s roundup.

1. Five days after Atlanta ransomware attack, recovery begins – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

After battling the fallout from an Atlanta ransomware attack for five days, Mayor Keisha Bottoms said City Hall has finally begun to recover and turn systems back on.

2. Blockchain and cloud combine to fuel enterprise adoption – Kristin Knapp and David Carty (SearchCloudComputing)

While still in its infancy, blockchain technology is no longer theoretical. And cloud providers will line up to cash in, as enterprises plan to invest millions.

3. Rubrik backup for Nutanix HCI makes hospitals’ IT healthy – Dave Raffo (SearchStorage)

Hospitals’ IT team liked Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure for primary storage so much, it went with converged backup vendor Rubrik for data protection.

4. MIT: Energy-efficient improves IoT encryption, authentication – Ben Cole (SearchCIO)

MIT researchers have developed an energy-efficient, hard-wired chip that they say will benefit IoT encryption and ease authentication processes in the IoT environment.

5. Progressive web apps drive mobile development of the future – Erica Mixon (SearchMobileComputing)

Progressive web apps offer many benefits, leading organizations to take advantage of this trend in mobile app dev. A lack of Apple support stands in the way for some, however.

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