TechTarget News - Week of Jan 29, 2023

Big tech layoffs may ease software engineer shortage

Recent layoffs will create an influx of software engineers on the job market in the coming months, which might benefit smaller enterprises searching for talent.

Channel round-up: Who’s gone where?

Filling the finance position has been popular over the past week and there are a few moves worth noting across the industry

BT tests out high-altitude flying antenna

The trial with Stratospheric Platforms may lead to hydrogen-powered drones being used to provide 4G and 5G rural coverage

Computacenter enjoys strong finish to 2022

Channel player shares an update on the performance in its last fiscal year and talks of Q4 being a ‘record quarter’

Schools don't pay, but ransomware attacks still increasing

Ransomware gangs have increasingly focused their attacks on the K-12 education sector, even though most school districts do not pay the ransom. But how long will that last?

Tiger’s hybrid cloud storage targets medical imaging

Tiger Bridge targets vertical sectors that find it hard to migrate to the cloud by allowing data storage in the cloud while using files locally as if stored on-premise

Noventiq eyes APAC IT services market

IT services provider Noventiq has been expanding its presence in APAC through several acquisitions in India, and is eyeing a bigger slice of the region’s IT services pie

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