TechTarget News - Week of Jul 10, 2016

NHS England appoints three senior IT leaders

Chief clinical information officer, CIO and director of digital experience hired to replace role of chief information and technology officer

DWP trials blockchain technology for benefit payments

The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) trials blockchain's distributed ledger technology, with benefit claimants using a mobile app to track welfare payments

Cisco lifts branch security with latest software release

Cisco introduced at its Live conference branch security software for the ISR router. The networking company also improved malware protection in the Meraki MX appliance.

Rethink needed on network security, says Cisco

At Cisco Live in Las Vegas, Cisco's Rowan Trollope says security must be built-in from the start as the world moves towards the next generation of the internet

Azure partners cite platform's maturity at WPC 16

Channel partners at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference suggested Azure is moving into a more mature phase in which it is seeing more interest among customers.

IBM sets up security centre in Canberra

IBM leads the charge as large private businesses invest heavily in security resources across Australia in an attempt to close the security gap

Panera transforms digital infrastructure with Cisco

At Cisco Live in Las Vegas, Blaine Hurst from café chain Panera explained how he transformed the company’s infrastructure based on Cisco and Apple devices

DevOps a black hole for security

Venafi extends its security platform to help security teams support DevOps in using secure TLS keys and certificates quickly and easily

Google snaps up startup in push to master computer vision

The future of computer vision looks bright following a string of tech acquisitions in the field, most recently by Google. Also in Searchlight: Microsoft COO exits; Gartner forecasts uptick in cloud adoption.

Cloud falling short as mobile management tool?

ICYMI: CenturyLink debuts a managed mobile analytics service in concert with Meraki; Xirrus rounds out its high-speed Wave 2 access point portfolio.

US jails Chinese businessman in military hacking case

Two years after his arrest in Canada for cyber spying on US military aircraft, a Chinese businessman has been jailed by a US court for nearly four years

CEO Robbins wants more Cisco applications, cloud services

CEO Robbins said at the Live conference customers should expect a much higher percentage of future products to be delivered as Cisco applications or cloud services.

O2 boss Ronan Dunne steps down

Telefónica UK CEO Ronan Dunne is to leave the business in August, and will be replaced with current CFO Mark Evans

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