IT Insights in October 2019

What Has Been Going on in The World of IT?

IT Insights in October

What Has Been Going on in The World of IT? IT Insights in October

What’s been happening in the tech and vendor world in October? 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

IBM works with City of Los Angeles to Combat Cyber-Crime

Symantec revamps their Endpoint products to two new versions: Endpoint Security Essential and Endpoint Security Complete.

Commvault closes the Hedvig acquisition, a game changing move for the cloud industry.

Autodesk’s industrial robot Fusion 360 makes giant robot pancakes.

Techsmith’s Snagit2020 is here and now available in English, German and French.

Adobe launces Photoshop on iPad.

Veeam unveils new backup solutions for Microsoft Cloud.

Microsoft sets Jan. 15 2020 launch for its second-chance Edge.

McAfee spearhead open source security alliance.

Tech News

Twitter rolls out Topics, a way to follow subjects automatically in the timeline.

Google’s recent acquisition of Fitbit leaves users worried.

Some Samsung smart TVs will stop supporting Netflix.

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