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This Week in Data (January 22, 2016)

This Week in Data January 15-22, 2016 Vintel2 Intel has fixed a major security vulnerability in a driver utility tool, known as the Intel Driver Update Utility, that could have allowed man-in-the-middle attackers to remotely install malware. Google announced their new in-house compression algorithm called Brotli, which will be added to Chrome to speed up page loading times and reduce data consumption on mobile devices. Brendan Eich has unveiled his new project: Brave, a web browser that relies on a private cloud and blocks ads by default and replaces them with ones better suited to users. Cybersecurity provider FireEye has acquired iSight for $200 million in hopes to bring increased protection and provide stronger intelligence on cybercriminal and hacking groups before they strike. Syncsort, a global leader in big data and mainframe software, announced their results from its second annual Hadoop survey, predicting three surprising future trends for big data in 2016. Hadoor

This Week in Data (January 22, 2016)

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For more, check out: This week Intel fixed a potentially fatal security flaw, Google Chrome gets a significant performance boost, and a recent Hadoop survey reveals big data...


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