Sony acknowledged online intruduers could have compromised tens of millions more accounts than first thought, while Wilfrid Laurier University starts taking applications for a tech MBA,
Security and privacy dominated headlines this month, starting with Sony Corp.’s announcement that it had to cut its online entertainment service
after a huge hack affecting over 24 million online gaming accounts.
Speaking later in the month at a Toronto conference, Trend Micro Inc. CTO Raimund Genes commented on the recent Amazon outage and hack of Sony’s Playstation Network, saying cloud applications have to have “a Rambo architecture … able to succeed, no matter what, even all on its own.”
Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ont., began accepting applications for its $35,000 Executive Masters in Technology Management
program to begin in September, with core curricula focused on strategic and technology roadmapping, building innovative organizational capacities and fostering organizational renewal.
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Intel said a new interconnect technology
, based on silicon photonics and five times as fast as its existing Thunderbolt technology, could be ready by 2015. And networking giant Cisco Systems Inc. restructured its operations
, streamlining its sales and engineering operations to focus on five key areas: routing, switching and services; collaboration; data centre virtualization; video; and business process architecture.