- Universities nationwide targeted by hackers due to security flaws in a file-transfer product
- AR indoor navigation and other new features coming to Google Maps
- Attackers know enterprises have a problem with overprivileged users
- 10Mbps upload speeds are good enough, according to AT&T
- Adam Selipsky to succeed Andy Jassy as AWS CEO
- Ubiquiti's "Catastrophic" breach
- Jeff DeVerter, CTO of Solutions at Rackspace on containers and modernizing infrastructure for organizations.
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- Universities Across the Country Are Being Swept Up in a Large Data Fiasco
- Google Maps gets AR indoor navigation, new eco-friendly route options
- Enterprises Remain Riddled With Overprivileged Users -- and Attackers Know It
- AT&T lobbies against nationwide fiber, says 10Mbps uploads are good enough
- AWS Names Selipsky as Next CEO to Succeed Andy Jassy
- Whistleblower: Ubiquiti Breach “Catastrophic”
- Rackspace Technology