TechTarget News - Week of May 08, 2016

EE expands 4G roll-out with satellite backhaul

EE signs communications provider Avanti to use satellite capacity for mobile backhaul on its 4G network at a number of sites in the UK

Lenovo expands x86 server production to Europe

Chinese hardware manufacturer claims move will result in faster delivery times and lower costs for European customers

CIO interview: Mark Ridley, Reed.co.uk

Reed.co.uk CIO Mark Ridley is due to leave after 18 years at the company. He talks to Computer Weekly about his decision to resign, plans for the future and the remaining challenges in his current job

CEO Natalie Ceeney to quit the Courts Service

Courts and Tribunal Service CEO Natalie Ceeney’s sudden departure raises questions on the future of digital courts

CIO interview: Stefan Stigendal, Samhall

The CIO of Swedish company Samhall has the task of digitising its business while ensuring its staff, many of whom are disabled, get used to using IT

SAP users lack clarity on cloud portfolio

The UK and Ireland SAP user group has found a majority of members to be using the supplier’s cloud portfolio, but many are unconvinced by its business value

Lenovo channel to see focus on PCs, services, data center

Lenovo's North American channel chief points to premium PCs, hyper-converged technology and services as some of the key opportunities for the company's channel partners.

Ebay sellers demand better broadband and mobile

A study of SME sellers conducted by eBay in the UK finds that many feel held back by poor broadband and mobile coverage

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Can IBM fast-track quantum computing via the crowd?

IBM is giving the public an all-access pass to its cloud-enabled quantum computing platform. Is it a milestone in quantum computing or just a lot of noise? Also in Searchlight: Facebook rewards 10-year-old hacker; self-driving minivans to hit the road.

Be prepared for blockchain, says consultant

The blockchain endgame is unclear, but organisations should ensure they are aware of what is happening at the very least, says consultant Sebastien Meunier

IAM central to Deutsche Bank’s digital transformation

Deutsche Bank is using a centralised identity and access management (IAM) system and an application program interface (API) architecture for digital transformation

Government to create anti-corruption innovation hub

Together with nine other countries, the UK government will create an anti-corruption innovation hub to share innovation and best practice

10 key facts businesses need to note about the GDPR

With less than two years before the new EU data protection rules come into force, there are key areas businesses need to focus on to ensure they will be compliant

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