"This Week in Data" is a weekly infographic that aims to serve as a quick and easy way for our readers to catch up on the latest news about the people and organizations that are shaking up the world of big data, cloud computing, and all things data storage.
This week Microsoft retired all old versions of Internet Explorer, Yahoo released a huge dataset for research, and AMD launched a new ARM chip designed for data centers.
Check out more details on our top five headlines in the infographic below, and get the full stories in the links provided.
Microsoft retires Internet Explorer
- Microsoft retires older Internet Explorer versions, leaving millions unpatched
- Microsoft: Upgrade to IE11 even if you dump our browser
Tableau’s new European data center
- Tableau opens the doors to its first European data center
- Tableau Launches First European Data Center for Location-Conscious
Yahoo’s dataset for research
- Yahoo has released a ton of anonymized user data to help machine learning scientists
- Yahoo opens up 13.5TB machine learning dataset for academic research
AMD’s ARM chip
- AMD launching new 64-bit ARM chip for data centers
- AMD’s datacenter ARM processors finally hit the market
Citrix sells and simplifies
- Citrix sells CloudPlatform, CloudPortal products to Accelerite
- Shakeup at Citrix continues: CloudStack products sold off