TechTarget News - Week of Jan 02, 2022

How APAC firms can stay ahead of cyber threats

Organisations will need to develop behavioural detection, machine learning and threat hunting capabilities to keep pace with the onslaught of cyber attacks

Five-minute interview: Rob Billington, Netwrix

Rob Billington, head of channel EMEA and APAC at Netwrix, shares with us his wanderlust, repeated brushes with death and a love of pudding

Melbourne’s InnerVision ups ante in smart parking

InnerVision Engineering’s smart parking solution uses machine vision and other technologies to deliver a frictionless parking experience for drivers in Australia

NHS App exceeds 22 million user mark

Boosted by Covid-19 pass functionality, the NHS App is one of the most downloaded apps in the UK

Composable ERP may break up monolithic systems

In this Q&A, Unit4's Claus Jepsen calls cloud-based composable ERPs, which enable companies to pick and choose the applications and vendors they want, the future.

MicroStrategy enhances security, embedded analytics features

The vendor recently upgraded its products to the latest version of Log4j's software while also adding a new viewing experience and embedded BI capabilities to its platform.

Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband to roll out in 46 cities

Verizon plans to roll out its faster 5G Ultra Wideband service to 46 US cities later this month. But contentious negotiations with the FAA threaten the service's timing.

Verizon launches BlueJeans on Google Glass

Verizon has brought its BlueJeans video conferencing service to the Google Glass headset. The carrier is offering the headset with the service for $1,140.

Thailand builds new supercomputer to boost research

The National Science and Technology Development Agency’s new supercomputer will boost research in pharmaceuticals, renewable energy and weather forecasting, among other areas

Government cans electronic monitoring overhaul

Nearly £100m of taxpayer money has been spent in tech that will not result in future benefits, according to the Ministry of Justice's annual accounts report

Wi-Fi 6 Release 2 revealed

Demand for better connectivity sees Release 2 of next-gen Wi-Fi standards with enhanced support for more upstream activity boosting video conferencing and IoT applications

Qualcomm rides Snapdragon Digital Chassis into auto market

Chip giant uses CES 2022 to display automotive solutions supported by its Snapdragon portfolio to support automakers in meeting evolving consumer and enterprise demand for a connected, intelligent experience

Analysts predict cloud storage trends for 2022

Cloud storage vendor competition will heat up in 2022, with new managed services, support for hybrid deployments and persistent storage services, industry experts predict.

Qlik planning an IPO, files application with the SEC

The vendor plans to return to the public markets with an initial public stock offering after being taken private in 2016 when it was acquired by private equity firm Thoma Bravo.

New Zloader attacks thwarting Microsoft signature checks

Check Point Software Technologies found a long-known trick of injecting code into valid file signatures remains effective for spreading malware such as Zloader.

Cloud consumption models, services to see uptick in 2022

Cloud computing skills shortages are changing the way businesses think about in-house IT and making them more likely to tap external service providers; other IT channel news.

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