What Has Been Going on in The World of IT?

IT Insights in November

Tech News: IT Insights in November

What has been going on in the IT world in November? We compiled the latest vendor news and trending topics of the past month. It just takes you a few minutes to stay up-to-date in the world of IT.

Vendor News

Windows 10 New cumulative updates for Win10 1803 and 1709 — and a taste of what might be right in 1809

Cisco: Releases Second Patch for Webex Meetings Vulnerability

Microsoft What is Windows Hello? Microsoft’s biometrics security system explained

IBM makes progress on chip fabrication without using lithography

Adobe Flash Player Update Patches Disclosed Code Execution Flaw

Microsoft Enhances Windows Defender ATP

IBM and Red Hat merger could impact the future of Ceph and Gluster

Microsoft The future of security is AI

Microsoft OneDrive updates let users share meeting notes, scan items

Microsoft Word is getting a to-do feature to help people manage documents

VMware Patches VM Escape Flaw Disclosed at Chinese Hacking Contest

Amazon will reportedly sell software that reads medical records

Tech News

What is 5G? Everything you need to know

Gartner Identifies the Human Touch as the Strongest Element in AI

The foldable phones are coming

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