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September 4, 2015

CBR round-up: 5 biggest industry news stories this week

BlackBerry buys Good, IBM and ARM are working together and Lizard Squad takes on the NCA.

By CBR Staff Writer

1. Good news for BlackBerry with $425 million take-over

Two of the biggest names in enterprise mobility have combined in a big acquisition.

2. Google hits cloud application Holy Grail with autoscaling

Google is enhancing its Cloud Platform with autoscaling capabilities for customers to dynamically scale the number of instances, meaning that customers won’t need to buy and hold spare capacity to deal with spikes in traffic.

3. IBM & ARM join forces on Internet of Things analytics

Technology giant IBM and chip designer ARM have joined forces in order to speed up the delivery of IBM’s Internet of Things (IoT) platform.

4. SAP adds an analytics Spark to HANA

HANA Vora will allow customers to combine business data that is stored in its HANA database with other sources of data that are stored in Apache Spark, such as industrial sensor data.

5. NCA hacker clampdown draws Lizard Squad wrath

Hacker group Lizard Squad took revenge on the National Crime Agency for a recent crackdown by attacking their website.

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