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Amazon Sets for Another Major Acquisition, New Fileless Ransomware Strain Discovered And More in This Week’s News

June 20, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Amazon Looking to Offer Slack Takeover Bid Numerous sources suggest that the chat-based team collaboration app is being eyed by many companies, including Amazon. According to Bloomberg, the San Francisco-based startup could be valued north of $ 9 billion. It is still unclear which companies besides Amazon would be interested in a takeover. Although the […]

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Salesforce to Offer Einstein Capabilities to Marketers, Facebook is Moving WhatsApp to its Own Infrastructure and More in This Week’s News

June 14, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Salesforce’s Einstein to Empower Marketers Salesforce is pushing their AI into new industries. The company revealed Einstein Account-Based Marketing, a powerful AI engine whose purpose is to help marketers make better data-driven decisions. The comprehensive B2B solution leverages Einstein’s AI to make it easier for marketers and sales teams to target their top customers. The […]

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AWS vs Azure vs GCP – The Ups And Downs Of The Public Cloud Trifecta

June 1, 2017 Published in: CDN,Cloud,Internet,Mobile,Security Author: Luka Labrovic

One does not need to be an expert in the area of cloud computing to be aware of the public cloud trifecta, the three tech giants of the public cloud space. Amazon, Microsoft and Google hold the entire landscape with their respective products. As the title suggest, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft’s Azure and Google […]

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One of the Largest Malware Campaigns Ever Hits Google Play Store, Linux Version of WannaCry Ransomware Discovered and More in This Week’s News

May 30, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Judy Android Malware Infects Over 36.5 Million Google Play Store Users Security researchers at Checkpoint have discovered possibly the largest malware campaign ever on Google Play Store. The security provider claims that more than 36.5 million Android devices are infected by a malicious ad-click software. Most of the apps containing the adware were developed by […]

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Distil Releases Free Google Analytics Plug-in, Google Launched Malware Scanner For Android Devices and More in This Week’s News

May 24, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Distil’s Free Plug-in for Google Analytics Will Clean Up Bot Data One of the market leaders in bot protection, Distil Networks announced the release of their latest product, a Google Analytics plugin. The new product is a free plugin that helps weed out bad bot data from GA. The new tool comes as a courtesy […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Google’s JPEG Encoder Guetzli

May 19, 2017 Published in: Dynamic Acceleration,Internet,Website Speed Author: Luka Labrovic

A website is the digital face of a company, the first thing a visitor sees. And it’s a well known fact that people build their opinions largely based on first impressions. In order to build a great first impression, online businesses focus on compelling and crisp visual elements – they want the company’s face to […]

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Lucky Punch Slows WannaCry Ransomware, Trump Orders US Govt. Cloud Migration and More in This Week’s News

May 17, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Accidental Hero Slows WannaCry Ransomware Spread The end of last week saw an outburst of ransomware hitting many organizations throughout Europe and Asia. Amongst the infected were also the UK National Health Service and Spain’s telecom giant Telefonica. Luckily, an accidental hero stepped in to save the day. A cybersecurity blogger and researcher tweeting as […]

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Popular Software’s Website Hacked Putting Mac Users at Risk, Rackspace CEO Steps Down and More in This Week’s News

May 9, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Popular Mac Software Website Hacked The website of HandBrake, a popular open-source video transcoder app, has been compromised by cyber criminals. The HandBrake team disclosed the security breach on Saturday. It appears that all recent Mac downloads might have infected computers with a Remote Access Trojan (RAT). The team warned that one of their mirror […]

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Cisco to Acquire Viptela, CloudFlare Rolls Out IOT Security Solution and More in This Week’s News

May 3, 2017 Published in: News Author: Luka Labrovic

Cisco to Acquire Viptela and Add SD-WAN Skills to Portfolio The IT company is planning to acquire Viptela, the SD-WAN expert company. The $610 mil deal is another effort by Cisco to strengthen its cloud-position. The Viptela acquisition is expected to go through during the second half of 2017. According to Cisco, the logic behind […]

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How Machine Learning Will Influence Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)

April 26, 2017 Published in: CDN,Internet,Website Speed Author: Goran Čandrlić

Picture a world where machines (advanced analytics systems) predict bottlenecks for humans and route traffic to its most appropriate CDN and optimal proxy. This is not far from being true. Let’s take an example of a self-driving car. With the help of algorithms and sensors, a self driving car lowers the rate of accidents and […]

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