"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 thing data storage.
This week the United States senate was thankful for server backup, Sony Pictures wasn't so thankful for its costly security breech, and Cloudfare showed how thankful it really is for all of its users on mainland China.
Check out our infographic for all of our big headlines of the week. As always, feel free to share with your friends and followers, or let us know about any major stories we overlooked this week.
Sony Pictures Data Hijacked
- Sony Pictures' Computers are Still Locked as Hackers Demand Equality
- Sony Pictures Hacked, Data Held for Ransom
Australian Cloud Services
- Whole-of-Government Email Waits on Cloud Panel
- Australian Government to Create Cloud Services Panel Ahead of Email, DaaS Rollout
Cloud Adoption Report
- SkyHigh Cloud Adoption & Risk Report (Q3, 2014)
- Worldwide Cloud App Use Up 35 Percent Over 2013 with Enterprise Solutions Getting More Attention
CloudFlare's Chinese Data Centers
- CloudFlare Will Offer A Local Version Of Its Web Security Service In China In 2015
- CloudFlare to Open Data Centers in China in 2015
IRS Recovered Emails
- 30,000 Missing Emails from IRS' Lerner Recovered
- IRS Finally Examines Backup Tapes, Recovers 30,000 'Missing' Lois Lerner Emails