Tuesday, April 12, 2016

IT News Head Lines (ComputerWeekly) 13/04/2016





Falconstor adds cross-platform storage analytics
Falconstor leverages IP from Cumulus Logic buy to provide Freestor Analytics, which gives customers visibility across heterogeneous hardware of key storage metrics

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Smith & Williamson starts legacy renewal with WhereScape Red
Financial services company Smith & Williamson migrates Cobol data into SQL Server data warehouse in a bid to recreate and cleanse legacy data

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CW@50: Storage – From punched cards to flash and the cloud
Since the launch of Computer Weekly in 1966, we have moved from a world of punched cards and paper tape to one where flash and the cloud have revolutionised data storage

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IDC research shows steady drop in on-premise hardware spend as cloud adoption soars
IDC infrastructure research highlights how enterprise demand for cloud is affecting on-premise IT spending trends

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Nationwide watches customer behaviour in authentication experiment
Nationwide Building Society is testing whether behavioural biometrics can unlock higher levels of security clearance in banking

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QA launches cyber attack defence training facility in London
Training firm QA launches a cyber attack simulation facility in London to enable organisations to test and learn cyber defence skills

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Activist Lauri Love faces order to disclose encryption keys
The UK's National Crime Agency, takes an unusual legal step to force a former university student accused of hacking to disclose encryption keys.

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Competition and Markets Authority urges EC to kill Three's O2 merger
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) urges the European Commission (EC) to rule against CK Hutchison's proposed acquisition of mobile network O2

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Hyperoptic launches FTTP services in Brighton
Hyperoptic rolls out its fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband service to housing developments in Brighton

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UK’s Daily Mail publisher eyes Yahoo’s assets
The Daily Mail parent company is putting together a bid for Yahoo’s news properties that would increase its US presence significantly

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Openreach passes 25 million premises with fibre backhaul
BT Openreach marks another milestone in its national fibre broadband network roll-out

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British innovation targets file manipulation malware
Innovative British security software firm Glasswall Solutions is tackling the growing threat of malware that tampers with files and exploits structural weaknesses in popular business document formats

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Security Think Tank: Tackle vital patching challenge with risk-based approach
What strategies can companies adopt to help keep up with and deal with the huge volume of software updates they are facing?

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IT job seekers want to make bigger career moves
LinkedIn, which now has more than 20 million members in the UK, recently looked at how IT professionals’ jobs have changed over the past year

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UK has hit 90% ‘superfast’ target, say broadband analysts
Statistics from broadband comparison site Thinkbroadband seem to suggest the government has hit its target of making superfast broadband available to 90% of UK premises

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CIOs lack faith in IT’s ability to meet digital demands of business
VCE research suggests IT departments lack confidence in their ability to meet the digital demands of their organisation

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CIO Interview: Phil Pavitt, global CIO, Specsavers – Online not the only way
Specsavers CIO explains why the personal touch is as important as digital services for customers of health-related products

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National Childbirth Trust breach shows all data needs to be safeguarded
Breach of more than 15,000 login credentials and email addresses at the National Childbirth Trust underlines that every sector must take cyber security seriously, say security pundits

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Pfizer collaborates with IBM to use IoT to support Parkinson's treatment
Pfizer and IBM plan to work together on using IoT to monitor patients remotely to help in drug development and clinical therapies for Parkinson’s disease

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Rackspace debuts private cloud packages to drive up enterprise adoption of OpenStack
Rackspace claims pre-configured hardware, software and services stack will smooth enterprise path to OpenStack-based clouds

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