tech news

What’s Been Going on in the World of IT?

Tech Insights in January

What’s Been Going on in the World of IT? IT Insights in January

What’s been happening in the tech and vendor world in January? We compiled the latest vendor news and trending topics of the past month. It will take you less than 5 minutes to stay up-to-date in the world of IT.

Vendor News

Cisco adds AI transcription to Webex Meetings

Oracle issues record CPU with 334 patches

Microsoft earnings set for another cloud record

Acronis unveils new cyber protection solutions

Amazon brings AWS Outposts to 7 new regions

Broadbridge signs with IBM

Oracle appoints former VMware channel lead

Accenture to buy Symantec’s Cyber Security Services business

McAfee claims enterprises are losing control of data in the cloud

Tech News

TechRepublic: 69% of managers’ routine work will be automated by 2024

Gartner says worldwide smartphone sales will grow 3% in 2020

Chrome fixing privacy could break the web

Facebook’s new privacy tool let’s you manage how you’re tracked on the web

BBC: iPhone 11 drives up Apple sales

Wired predicts the smart ideas that will define technology in 2020 

Stay Up to Date

Missed last month’s tech news round up? 

Read more

Comment on this article

Leave a comment to let us know what you think about this topic!

Leave a comment

Author

Blog Editorial Team

Trend Scouts

IT Trends and industry-relevant novelties

Related Articles

windows-7-extended-support

Windows 7 Extended Support: Now Is the Time to Take Action!

Microsoft ended support for Windows 7. Find out which far-reaching impact this will have on your environment.

IBM Advisory

IBM Ends Sub-Capacity Licensing and ILMT Support for Windows Server 2008

IBM announced they would no longer support sub-capacity licensing or ILMT for Windows Server 2008. Find out what this means for your organization.

ONEClub Marketplace

Hosters, MSPs and ISVs Build for Long-Term Growth with SoftwareONE ONEClub

Billions of dollars are flowing into the innovation, capacity and support of public cloud platforms. Many technology partners are trying to determine how the cloud will help their respective business.