TechTarget News - Week of Dec 18, 2016

Bright Little Labs launches first book to encourage kids into Stem

Children’s media company Bright Little Labs has released its first book aiming to teach children more about technology and encourage them to take an interest in science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem)

Consumers prepare for Christmas broadband misery

Holiday pressure on already over-capacity broadband services is likely to leave consumers frustrated this Christmas, according to a survey

Networking decides between modern Ethernet standards

This week, bloggers discuss the debate between modern Ethernet standards, compare network management to landlords and examine 2017 cybersecurity threats.

European court delivers blow to Snoopers’ Charter

Parts of the controversial Investigatory Powers Act relating to the bulk collection of communications data have been ruled unlawful by the European Court of Justice

2017 UK IT budgets show increased CRM and business automation focus

CRM has emerged as the number one UK IT spending priority for 2017, in terms of packaged business applications. Beyond packaged, the top three software initiatives were business process automation, data quality and governance

2016 SDN trends: The year of the software-defined WAN

As 2016 draws to a close, SD-WAN paced SDN trends as it permeated the SDN world; Cisco and VMware dominated SDN deployments; and concerns remain about training.

Top 10 software development stories of 2016

Among the trends Computer Weekly has followed in 2016 is how software development is becoming a core competency of IT

Becoming a strategic CIO

Strategic CIOs create customer value, improve profit and enhance shareholder value. According to Phil Weinzimer, they jumped through four high hoops to get there.

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