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17 April, 2015
Newsletter issue 13

Summer is just around the corner and we’ve rounded up some hot news for you: CentOS 7 is now available for download, an upward trend in the integrated systems market, and the latest observed trends in targeted attacks.

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CentOS 7 Now Available

Last March 31, 2015, the CentOS Project announced the general availability of CentOS Linux 7 (1503), which is compatible with 64-bit x86 machines. This marks the second release for CentOS 7. The release includes a number of new features and enhancements.

More details and the Release Notes can be found here.

Targeted Attacks Trends in 2014

The news has increasingly been filled with malicious digital attacks that targeted big corporations and entities. Security vendor, Trend Micro has released an annual report detailing trends they observed emerging from the targeted attacks that happened in 2014

Have a look at them here.

Integrated Systems on the Rise

Globally, the market for integrated systems is growing with vendors reporting year-on-year revenue increase in 2014. Though a lot of enterprises are still buying standalone servers, integrated systems where computing, storage, networking, and apps converge are fast sharing the market’s center stage.

Find out who leads in the integrated platforms category here.
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