Take a Network Break! This week we explore the arrival of Microsoft’s Azure Stack on HPE gear and review highlights from Microsoft Ignite.
Mellanox and HPE team up to roll out new storage switches, consulting giant Deloitte suffers an embarrassing breach, and attackers steal credit and debit card data from fast food chain Sonic.
Equifax CEO Rick Smith retires with a $90 million golden parachute, the ISO says no to NSA crypto, and Cisco cuts jobs at its headquarters.
A research report predicts big money in airline broadband, Microsoft has to bring its own power to a data center in Ireland, and Twitter doubles the number of characters you can use in a Tweet.
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HPE Ships All-in-One Azure Stack on ProLiant Boxes – Data Center Knowledge
Datanauts 097: Unpacking Azure Stack Hybrid Clouds – Packet Pushers
Riverbed Integrating Azure Into SteelFusion – Riverbed
Source: Deloitte Breach Affected All Company Email, Admin Accounts – Krebs On Security
ISO Rejects NSA Encryption Algorithms – Schneier on Security
Microsoft’s Dublin data center needs its own power plant – DatacenterDynamics