Top 5 Data Center Stories of the Week: Sept. 3, 2021

Microsoft Azure vulnerability ‘breaks secure multitenancy,’ businesses are signaling that pre-pandemic-era trips will remain a thing of the past, Nvidia aims vSphere-integrated AI software suite at the enterprise market, and more.

Data Center Knowledge

September 3, 2021

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Microsoft Azure Vulnerability ‘Breaks Secure Multitenancy’: Researchers from cloud security firm Wiz reported an Azure vulnerability affecting Cosmos DB that gave them complete access to thousands of Azure customers.

‘Forever Changed’: CEOs Are Dooming Business Travel — Maybe for Good: Businesses around the world are signaling that innovative new communications tools are making many pre-pandemic-era trips history. 

Nvidia Aims vSphere-Integrated AI Software Suite at Enterprise Market: The AI leader has designed the software together with VMware to make AI easier for both data scientists and enterprise IT pros.

Zoom Sinks as Forecast Fuels Post-Pandemic Letdown Fears: With many schools restarting in person, offices reopening in some parts of the world and competition increasing from companies like Microsoft and Google, investors are concerned the days of Zoom’s robust growth are over.

Data Fabrics: What CIOs Need to Know: What is a data fabric, and does every enterprise need one? Here's a look at this emerging technology and why it's important.

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