TechTarget News - Week of Dec 23, 2018

Broadcom Brocade launches 2 new SAN management products

Broadcom releases new Brocade SAN management software to help users visualize and optimize storage and a new Fibre Channel extension switch to speed long-distance replication.

Acquisition boosts Rave mass notification capabilities

The SwiftReach acquisition not only enhances mass notification capabilities with a wider communication network, but nearly doubles Rave Mobile Safety's number of clients.

Red Hat's support for OpenJDK on Windows anchors Java apps

Red Hat brings long-term support for open source Java to developers who use Windows, so organizations can now choose one Java platform for desktop, data center and cloud.

Top 10 Middle East stories of 2018

Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 Middle East enterprise IT stories of 2018

Google worried lawsuit could disclose recruiting strategy

Google argues for court documents in an age discrimination case to be sealed, claiming they contain sensitive information about its recruiting strategy and hiring practices.

NPM security to use automated tools to boost community alerts

Adam Baldwin, director of security for NPM, talks chains of trust and new NPM security initiatives that will bring automated alerts to help highlight potentially malicious activity.

Malwarebytes: Fileless ransomware an emerging threat for U.S.

A new Malwarebytes report examines Sorebrect, a fileless ransomware threat that's been detected in the U.S. this year, as well as with three other fileless attacks.

Top 10 stories on national security in 2018

From Russian disinformation, state surveillance, and police stop and seizure powers, to Facebook and WikiLeaks

Top 10 HR technology stories of 2018

Companies are turning to artificial intelligence, robotic automation and chatbots to take the drudgery out of human resource management

Top 10 mobile stories of 2018

As 5G moves from theory to practical reality, we look back at Computer Weekly’s biggest mobile stories from the past 12 months

Top 10 storage stories of 2018

Key trends in storage in 2018 included hybrid and multicloud storage, container storage, and hyper-converged infrastructure. Meanwhile, flash storage has evolved with NVMe

Government data requests rise, as does Apple's compliance

Apple's latest Transparency Report shows government data requests on the rise around the world, as is Apple's compliance in providing the data being requested by law enforcement.

Data management trends for 2019: Governance, DataOps, cloud

Better data governance, increased cloud use and wider DataOps adoption head the list of trends for data management teams to plan for in 2019, IT analysts say.

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