TechTarget News - Week of Sep 30, 2012

London gets another finance technology hub

Canary Wharf Group is opening a centre for start-ups to work on financial services technology and services early next year

Hackers target White House military network

Hackers using computers in China have infiltrated an “unclassified” network in the US White House, believed to be used for issuing nuclear commands.

Toyota uses Microsoft for global communications

Toyota Motor Corporation is globally deploying Microsoft software through a mix of cloud and on-premise software for its 200,000 staff

HMRC deploys Becrypt off-the-shelf encryption

HMRC will use Becrypt Disk protect, which has recently been certified under the government’s Commercial Product Assurance (CPA) Scheme.

Rolls-Royce signs outsourcing deal with HP

Rolls-Royce has awarded a five-year contract to HP to host its applications, as part of the company’s multi-vendor IT strategy.

Skype launches customer Wi-Fi service

The video calling company teams with Wicoms to offer a service for businesses wanting to provide free Wi-Fi to their customers

Meg Whitman unveils HP turnaround plan

HP CEO Meg Whitman has unveiled a five-year plan for the troubled enterprise, admitting the turnaround would take longer than expected

Payment errors could undermine Sepa advantages

European firms might lose billions of Euros through payment errors when the Single European Payments Area comes into force in 2014

Cisco acquires vCider

Cisco has acquired vCider, a provider of virtual network overlay technology to boost its cloud strategy and SDN capabilities

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