TechTarget News - Week of Jan 23, 2022

NYC pay transparency law will change job postings

Employers in New York City will soon be required to include wage ranges in job postings. It may apply to firms that are hiring remote workers in the city.

Hitachi Energy brings 5G connectivity to mission-critical ops

Power tech firm brings 5G connectivity to mission-critical industrial and utility operations, deploying routers to enable a hybrid wireless network described as fast, secure and reliable

PwnKit bug endangers Linux distributions worldwide

Qualys researchers share intel on a memory corruption vulnerability in a program installed by default on every major Linux distribution

Kaspersky MSP growth plans are delivering

Security vendor has been working for three years to grow its managed service base and the results show those efforts have reaped rewards

MPs to debate landmark IoT security law

Proposed bill mandates tighter protections for connected products, and adds new rules for broadband roll-out into the bargain

Weaveworks Magalix buy points to GitOps beyond Kubernetes

The merger between the GitOps platform company and a policy-as-code startup amounts to a bet that declarative code is about to become the new standard for IT management.

BT and Nokia trial Open RAN in UK

Partners will develop and deploy test of open radio access network system to enhance mobile broadband experience

Space junk revealed by University of Texas graph database

Aerospace engineers, led by space environmentalist Moriba Jah, at The University of Texas at Austin have built a graph database, AstriaGraph, to track space junk that is a threat to life on Earth

SCC extends HMRC deal

Channel player gets another five-year contract worth £91m to continue to work with the government’s tax department

Appetite rising for network as a service

Study from edge-to-cloud networking provider reveals digital transformation in the post-pandemic era is drawing IT leaders towards network models that are more agile and adaptable

TigerGraph roars into APAC

The graph database technology supplier is approaching the region with a solution-based strategy and partnering with universities to grow local capabilities

IBM fourth-quarter results show hybrid refocus

Big Blue continues its journey to rebuild its business around hybrid cloud platforms, software infrastructure and consulting services

Vodafone UK to begin 3G switch-off in 2023

UK mobile operator gives notice that it will begin to retire its legacy network in a year’s time, with 4G and 5G networks to get coverage and speed boost from repurposing of 3G spectrum

IRS facial recognition move raises bias, privacy concerns

The agency requires photo identification for certain services using a face match system from digital ID vendor, but privacy advocates say the technology is prone to bias.

Dremio raises $160M for cloud data lake platform technology

The vendor is raising new money as demand for cloud data platform technology continues to grow as enterprises look to improve business intelligence and data analytics.

Juniper announces routers, line card using new Trio 6 ASIC

Juniper Networks has announced routers and a line card to take advantage of the more scalable, efficient Trio 6 ASIC. It also announced a higher-throughput Express 5 ASIC.

Sophos: Log4Shell impact limited, threat remains

Sophos threat researcher Chet Wisniewski detailed the unexpectedly limited impact Log4Shell had on organizations but warned of future exploitation and risks.

Nvidia Arm deal another step closer to -- death?

Negotiations of the long-awaited Nvidia acquisition of Arm Ltd. have come to a halt with rumors of Nvidia telling partners they can't come to agreement on a deal.

Bernalillo County ransomware attack still felt weeks later

A ransomware attack in early January disrupted government systems in New Mexico's largest county, which stalled operations at county offices and the county detention center.

IBM hybrid cloud strategy driving revenue growth

IBM revenue for its hybrid cloud business showed little indication of slowing down, with the company reporting sales of $6.2 billion for the fourth quarter and $20 billion for 2021.

More evidence needed to establish 5G’s green credentials

Research paper from UK university cautions that received wisdom of sustainability associated with next-generation mobile technology is not currently backed up by a strong, publicly available, fully transparent evidence base

StayLinked flags IIoT channel opportunity

Users’ need for help connecting legacy technology with digital ambitions is an area where partners can play a role

Open RAN on track to comprise 15% of radio access networks by 2026

Research from leading analyst and software-based networking technology provider Dell’Oro Group reveals growing progress in Open RAN arena with further acceleration over the next five years

Retailers mired by manual data integration

Retail relies on third-party data sources to drive business decisions and competitive pricing, but many struggle to pull in this data

Monero and the complicated world of privacy coins

Monero is known for being one of the most common cryptocurrencies seen in illicit transactions, but its development community paints a different picture of the privacy coin.

Product mindset to steer DevOps platform, ITSM M&A in 2022

ITSM tools, DevOps platforms and value stream management are converging amid an enterprise move away from IT projects and toward a strategic product mindset.

Meta AI supercomputer looks toward the metaverse

The tech giant will use its new AI Research Supercluster internally for NLP and computer vision and to build new technologies for the metaverse.

Silicon Labs launches new AI/ML chips, toolkit for edge

The chip vendor's new wireless SoC aims to bring AI and machine learning to the IoT. The systems also use the Matter IP-based protocol to wirelessly connect devices.

MPs say Online Safety Bill fails to tackle full range of harms

A DCMS select committee has warned that the Online Safety Bill should be expanded to cover more types of harmful content, such as child abuse material designed to circumvent content removal

Datto CEO repeats need for MSPs to bolster security

MSP player Datto recently made a security acquisition, and its boss outlines the rationale for the move and restates the need for service players to deliver better protection

IBM offloads Watson Health business data, analytics

IBM Watson Health assets acquired by Francisco Partners include extensive data sets and software, marking an end to IBM's efforts in the healthcare tech industry.

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