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Sep 5 2017   6:36AM GMT

TechTarget’s weekly roundup (8/28 – 9/4)

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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Intel
salesforce
Security
Tegile
VMware

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What do you think of the Intel Management Engine kill switch? Check out its connection to a certain NSA program in this week’s roundup.

1. Intel kill switch code indicates connection to NSA – Michael Heller (SearchSecurity)

Researchers discovered an Intel kill switch hiding in one of the chip maker’s software products along with references to an NSA program focused on secure computing.

2. CloudBees updates UX with new version of Jenkins Enterprise – Darryl Taft (SearchCloudApplications)

CloudBees delivers a new user experience based on its Blue Ocean open source project as part of the latest version of the company’s Jenkins Enterprise offering

3. Salesforce unveils image recognition technology for Social Studio – Jesse Scardina (SearchSalesforce)

Salesforce’s Einstein Vision for Social Studio currently only works with Twitter, but other integrations are expected.

4. Tegile becomes the latest Western Digital acquisition – Garry Kranz (SearchSolidStateStorage)

Western Digital’s acquisition spree continues with the pickup of flash vendor Tegile Systems. The drive-maker says Tegile storage complements its ActiveScale object storage.

5. VMware gets in tune with Office 365 mobile app management – Colin Steele (SearchMobileComputing)

VMware’s support for the Microsoft Graph API for Intune means Workspace One users can manage Office 365 mobile apps directly, without using a separate console.

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