TechTarget News - Week of Mar 06, 2016

Government launches review of Atos contracts

The Cabinet Office will review all government contracts with Atos worth more than £10m per year after heavy criticism in a Public Accounts Committee hearing

Lack of security awareness poses a major threat to businesses

Organisations are putting their reputation and competitive advantage at risk by not addressing the 'human factor' in cyber security. Could the channel come to the rescue?

Ransomware migrates to Apple Mac computers

Apple Mac users and security professionals must be more vigilant with the discovery of what is believed to be the first Mac OS X ransomware in the wild

Enterprise software agreements shape SaaS use

This week bloggers address enterprise software agreements and SaaS, the case of SD-WAN and HPE's expected entry into the hyper-converged infrastructure market.

Half of IT professionals struggle with enterprise patching

Many businesses struggle with the volume of software security updates and believe IT teams do not understand the difference between applying a patch and remediating a vulnerability, a survey has revealed

Survey shows how early adopters define SDN

In this week's blog roundup, a survey of early adopters offers insights into the evolving definition of SDN, and several service providers join an SDN alliance.

Hyperscale computing boosts server revenue

The likes of Google, Facebook and Microsoft have bolstered server sales as they build increasingly powerful scale-out datacentres

HSCIC develops Raspberry Pi telehealth kit

The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) uses open source and agility in creating a Raspberry Pi telehealth kit that can connect to the NHS Spine

$1bn cyber bank heist thwarted by spelling error

Cyber thieves made 30 requests for the New York Federal Reserve to transfer nearly $1bn from the Bangladesh central bank’s account, but a typo and the volume of requests alerted banking officials

Ofcom data breach highlights insider threat

That a former employee of communications regulator Ofcom stole data should act as a warning about the insider threat in every organisation, say experts

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