TechTarget News - Week of Jul 12, 2015

Huawei joins European 5G research project

Huawei commits to pan-European 5G Public Private Partnership (5G-PPP) plan to strengthen five separate 5G research projects

Symantec bets on simplicity, cloud and mobile

Symantec is not trying to be all things to all people, but is instead focusing on threats and protecting information in the mobile and cloud environments

Land Rover praised for recall over software security bug

BT Security head Mark Hughes says Land Rover's recall of vehicles to fix a software security flaw is a sensible step to address evolving criminal threats

Vodafone scheme to help SMEs get online

Vodafone is to trial a series of digital workshops for SMEs aimed at equipping them with a stronger online presence

ICYMI: International carriers deploying SDN technologies

In this week's SDN news, international telecom and Internet providers are deploying SDN technologies, while AT&T is testing a new software-defined storage platform.

Extreme adds muscle to Wi-Fi appliances

Extreme Networks introduces Wi-Fi appliances that can manage considerably more access points than previous versions.

Flash Player security failures turn up the hate

There have been calls for the death of the Adobe Flash Player for years either due to performance issues or the threat of exploit. But with a recent rash of zero-day vulnerabilities, those calls are getting louder.

UK man arrested for hacking into US government computers

Briton Lauri Love is accused of hacking into various US agencies, including the US army, Nasa, the federal reserve and the environmental protection agency

Daisy completes acquisition of Phoenix IT

Daisy takes step closer to ambition of becoming a £1 billion unified communications & IT infrastructure managed services business

SDN blogs: SD-WAN may be the answer to your problems

This week, experts discuss software-defined WANs as an alternative to traditional wide area networks. And one startup is looking to make data centers more efficient.

United Airlines begins bug bounty payouts

United Airlines has paid out the maximum award to two hackers, which means the flaws are likely to be remote code execution vulnerabilities

Plexxi aims low-latency switch at emerging workloads

Plexxi launched a low-latency switch that's suitable for high-frequency financial trading. The Switch 2 Series is also aimed at analytics applications and cloud data centers.

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