TechTarget News - Week of Dec 05, 2021

Backups for Microsoft 365 expands Rewind's portfolio

Rewind expands its SaaS protection with Backups for Microsoft 365. The new service is the first from Rewind in support of a major SaaS platform.

Year in review: 3 app development trends from 2021

Automation and AIOps left their marks on the evolution of code development in 2021. Experts say these trends will likely continue into the new year.

Cambridge Quantum delivers first quantum encryption keys

Cambridge Quantum, newly merged with Honeywell's Quantum Solutions division, has debuted the first as-a-service cryptographic key generator for quantum computing.

UK technology issues contributed to Afghanistan withdrawal chaos

Multiple problems including email management, collaboration restrictions and lack of technical expertise may have risked the lives of thousands of Afghans, according to whistleblower Raphael Marshall

IT Priorities 2022: ERP gets back on the horse

Automation and going cloud-first have gained significant interest for enterprise software and data management investment in the UK, according to the annual TechTarget/Computer Weekly IT Priorities 2022 survey

Commvault looks to extend MSP ecosystem

Storage player continues to reach out to managed service providers through its Metallic offering and programmes.

MuleSoft to add API management, governance tools

MuleSoft to release tools to catalog and manage APIs across multicloud environments to reduce redundancy, apply governance policies, and build compliance.

Volkswagen begins 5G private wireless network pilot project

Private 5G wireless network to support industrial connectivity at the production development centre and pilot hall at car giant’s headquarters plant in Wolfsburg

NetSpring raises $13M to fuel operational intelligence suite

The startup offers a real-time analytics platform designed to enable agile decision-making. It plans to use its funding for product development and to expand its go-to-market efforts.

Channel roundup: Who's gone where?

It’s been another busy week with personnel moves across the industry as firms look to bolster their management teams

LogDNA raises $50M for observability data

LogDNA CEO discusses the challenges and need for organizations to collect and analyze log data to enable operations, DevOps and security applications.

Network technologies shaping post-Covid global recovery

Latest round-up ranking world’s most ‘network ready’ markets revealing how countries around the world are using information technologies to emerge from the Covid pandemic and become network ready.

European finance firms increase open banking spend

Financial services firms are increasing investment in open banking capabilities, with improvements to payment initiation and onboarding capabilities expected

Consumers say supermarkets among best at social engagement

Many types of business have improved their online interactions with consumers as a result of the pandemic, with consumers claiming supermarkets are among the most engaging

MPS Monitor launches UK operation

Managed print player recruits industry veteran and looks to tap into growing interest in print services

Surge in Nobelium-linked supply chain attacks

Mandiant’s researchers share new intel on two distinct clusters of Russian APT activity, linked to the Nobelium SolarWinds attackers

AWS launches Cloud WAN to manage global networks

AWS Cloud WAN, which creates a centralized dashboard to manage globally distributed on-premises and cloud-based networks, is available in preview mode.

Qlik integration with UiPath boosts automation capabilities

Although the analytics vendor's platform already has automation capabilities, the integration with the RPA vendor will extend those capabilities to new use cases.

Australia’s NSW to build A$40m digital twin

The spatial digital twin brings together government data sources to provide insights for urban planners and residents to support decision-making and see into the future

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