What Has Been Going on in The World of IT?

IT Insight in April

Tech News: IT Insights in April

What has been going on in the IT world in April? 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

Microsoft is dropping its Windows Phone apps for Teams, Yammer, Skype for Business in May

Azure Sphere: Microsoft releases its first Linux product

IBM Resilient enterprise platform uses machine learning to respond to cyberattacks

AMD and Microsoft release Spectre fixes

Adobe gets more serious about voice interaction with purchase of voice tech start up Sayspring, Inc.

Microsoft Translator: Now AI works offline for Android, iOS, with Windows due soon

McAfee: 26% of companies have suffered cloud data theft

Acronis and Sahara Force India announce data protection technology partnership

McAfee and IBM Security extend partnership with key areas of product integrations

This time in Australia: Citrix opens its third cloud region

Sophos introduces Phish Threat attack simulation and training solution

Symantec announces new cyber threat to healthcare organizations

Veeam and Pure Storage integrate products for enterprise backup

VMware updates vSphere, vSAN with more hybrid management features

Tech News

Developers favoring AWS and Microsoft Azure for cloud IoT platforms

A new approach to AI: Helping entrepreneurs solve market problems

How 5G will power innovations in VR and Artificial Intelligence

The future of Blockchain: Which businesses are using it now, which industries still use it soon

Google is partnering with ISPs around the world to provide easier connections to meet needs of SMBs

Spotify explains how it uses machine learning and humans for curation

How to get the most value out of the security tools your company already has

Gartner: AI business value up 70% in 2018, and these industries will benefit the most

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