The Teen who Hacked Apple Thought it Would Earn him a Job and AWS Announces General Availability of Textract, Using machine learning to automatically extract text and data. Here is your weekly quick read for the least you should know about Cloud and Tech.

Security & Hack
  • User Data Stolen in Hack of Flipboard (Link)
  • Online Graphic Design tool Canva Hacked (Link)
  • Palo Alto Networks Unleashes New Cloud Security Suite (Link)
  • Microsoft Boosts Shadow IT Discovery for Cloud Security (Link)
  • AI Presents new Cloud Security Challenges when Building Apps (Link)
  • The Teen who Hacked Apple Thought it Would Earn him a Job (Link)

Microsoft Azure
  • Microsoft has Outlined Innovation on Intelligent Edge at Computex 2019 (Link)
  • General Availability of Azure NetApp Files (Link)
  • The Shadow IT discovery capabilities of Microsoft Cloud App Security have been Expanded  (Link)
  • Microsoft Expands Azure Public Cloud Availability to FedRAMP High Baseline (Link)

Google
  • The Future of Serverless *Webinar (Link)
  • Google Invests $670 Million to Expand its Data Center in Finland (Link)
  • Google’s Cloud TPU V2 and V3 Pods are now Publicly Available in Beta (Link)
  • AI for Everyone (Link)

Amazon
  • AWS Announces General Availability of Textract (Link)
  • MSP Mission Lands $15M in Funding (Link)
  • Emirates NBD Building Artificial Intelligence-enabled Bank of the Future with AWS (Link)
  • Amazon awarded patent for a proof-of-work cryptographic system (Link)
  • Amazon Boosts Satellite Data Reach With AWS Ground Station (Link)

IBM
  • IBM is giving away 1,500 DJI drones to help with natural disasters (Link)
  • z/OS Extends Toward DevOps Again (Link)
  • Blockchain Shipping Platform adds to its Fleet (Link)

Other
  • Google Pay Reduces Data Security Treats but could expose Customers’ Data Elsewhere (Link)
  • Oracle’s Story Now Has Some Worrisome Parallels With IBM’s (Link)
  • Cisco security spotlights Microsoft Office 365 e-mail phishing increase (Link)
  • VMware gets its Kubernetes game on (Link)

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