TechTarget News - Week of Nov 06, 2016

The transformation of Randstad’s IT infrastructure

Digitisation is one of the key themes in Randstad's latest financial report, with the transformation of its IT infrastructure a fundamental step in achieving this

SSE Enterprise Telecoms doubles network footprint in Capita deal

SSE Enterprise Telecoms set to expand national Ethernet connectivity service for business customers, while Capita and Updata get additional strength for outsourcing projects

European agencies seek to bolster co-operation on cyber crime

Fifth annual joint workshop seeks to foster better co-operation between national cyber incident response teams and law enforcement agencies to establish a network to discuss topics of mutual interest

Nyansa adds app monitoring to network traffic analytics

Nyansa has widened the capabilities of its network traffic analytics system with the addition of application monitoring. The latest capabilities are packaged as Voyance+.

ANZ bank puts cloud expert in leading IT role

Australian bank has recruited another senior executive from the IT supplies sector to support its digital developments

CIO interview: Mark Bramwell, Said Business School

Oxford University’s Said Business School’s drive towards digital comes with both challenges and benefits, according to CIO Mark Bramwell

Government must tread carefully on AI ethics

Science advisor Mark Walport voices concerns around transparency, accountability and personal security with regard to the use of artificial intelligence by the government

Yahoo admits data breach may affect Verizon acquisition

In its latest SEC filing, Yahoo admits some people knew of the 2014 breach shortly after, that the true cost of the breach is still unknown, and that the breach could affect its deal with Verizon

GDPR will require 75,000 DPOs worldwide, study shows

The General Data Protection Regulation is likely to help boost the data protection profession, with 75,000 data protection officers needed worldwide for organisations to comply with new EU rules

DOES16 keynotes quantify the benefits of a DevOps transition

At the DevOps Enterprise Summit 2016, Tripwire founder Gene Kim stated his case on why every organization should embark upon a DevOps transition.

Russian banks hit by IoT-enabled DDoS attacks

DDoS attacks on Russian banks have been linked to IoT botnets, further confirming this worrying trend and highlighting the need for IoT suppliers to improve security capabilties

Copenhagen fintech hub opens its doors

Copenhagen gets a financial technology startup co-working venue as the city attracts more digital entrepreneurs

President-elect silent on federal cybersecurity policies

This week, bloggers look ahead to the new administration's cybersecurity policies, how to close gaps in app delivery management and the best way to optimize data centers.

GDS strategy aims to 'take digital transformation further'

An early draft of the new Government Digital Transformation Strategy, seen by Computer Weekly, aims to tackle the challenge of breaking down civil service IT siloes

CIO interview: Eva Listi, Systembolaget

The new CIO of alcohol retailer Systembolaget tells Computer Weekly how she addresses the challenge of running IT at the state-owned company

ConnectWise software takes strides toward a unified suite

ConnectWise unveiled an integrated user interface, a software rebranding initiative and a number of new product features during its annual channel partner meeting, IT Nation.

Office 365 rebate: ConnectWise promotion set for January

ConnectWise and Microsoft are collaborating on a 20% rebate promotion that will kick off in January and aims to encourage channel partners to launch or expand cloud practices.

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