On this episode of "This InformationWeek," host Curtis Franklin and guests discuss new malware affecting Apple products, improvements to Google's apps, and much more.NEW YORK, Nov. 7, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — If you own an Apple product or use Mac OSX or iOS, you'll want to listen into this week's broadcast of "This InformationWeek."
During this week's show, Host Curtis Franklin and experts from InformationWeek and Dark Reading will discuss new malware that is affecting Apple products and what this could mean for future updates to the popular Mac OSX and iOS operating systems.
This edition of "This InformationWeek" will take place on Friday, Nov. 7, at 3:00 p.m. EST (noon PST). Each week, Franklin and his fellow editors look at the past seven days to see what technology stories are having the greatest effect on the lives of IT managers, CIOs, and enterprises.
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In addition to an update on Mac malware, Franklin will look at several updates and improvements Google has made to its applications. Community Editor Susan Nunziata will discuss some of the more popular stories on InformationWeek, including Microsoft's wearable device play, and a look at the current state of IT hiring and the jobs market.
Finally, Geekend author David Wagner will discuss his upcoming column and other geeky developments this week.
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