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After Hack, Sony Systems Still Dark

After Hack, Sony Systems Still Dark
Sony is no stranger to breaches. Sony’s PlayStation Network was hacked in 2011 and attackers obtained 77 million user accounts. The latest attack comes against Sony Pictures Entertainment.
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Intel To Merge PC, Mobile Chip Units
Chip giant Intel will reportedly combine its PC and mobile chip groups into one division in an attempt to strengthen its chip sales for mobile devices. The shift will be implemented early next year.
US OKs World's Fastest Computers
The U.S. Department of Energy has chosen IBM, Nvidia and Mellanox to help it build supercomputers that are many times faster than the most advanced computing systems available today.
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Changing IT needs will drive more enterprises away from in-house data centers to off-site "mega data centers" in coming years, leading to a decline in the overall number of data centers.
Google Fiber for SMBs in Kansas City
Some small businesses in Kansas City will soon get the chance to sign up for Google’s new fiber optic Internet service. Google is promising speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second for $100 per month.
Govt. Struggles vs. Cyberattacks
With efforts undermined by employees.
Apple iOS Leads Enterprise Market
iPhone 6 outpaces iPhone 6 Plus in biz.
Dell Intros Slew of Enterprise Systems
Data center hardware, storage and apps.
Google Slashes Cloud Platform Pricing
Aiming squarely at other providers.
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