TechTarget News - Week of Oct 11, 2015

NHS Health Apps Library to close

The NHS Health Apps Library is shutting down after a two-year tenure, shortly after NHS-approved apps were found to leak data

Dell set to buy storage company EMC

Two years after his audacious bid to reinvent the company he founded by re-privatising it, Michael Dell has put in a bid for storage giant EMC

Encryption is a double-edged sword, says Blue Coat

Seven more security suppliers join Blue Coat encrypted traffic management programme amid fresh warnings of attackers using encryption to hide malicious activity

South Manchester NHS signs up to take Allscripts EPR

University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust has become the latest trust in the region to choose an electronic patient record system from Allscripts

VMware reacts to the cloud and containerisation

At VMworld Europe, VMware restates products and roadmap visions that see it react to the perceived inevitability of the cloud, while also getting a grip on containers

TfL appoints 12 companies for IT systems framework

Capita, CSC, Atos and CGI are among the firms on TfL’s IT systems framework contract, which is worth between £80m and £95m

HS2 and Crossrail site to deliver high-tech innovations

The Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation partners with HyperCatCity to embrace smart technologies to create “an exciting and thriving place”

Ofcom regulates Amazon Instant Video

Broadcast watchdog Ofcom will regulate video-on-demand (VOD) services – such as Amazon Instant Video – although rules for VOD content differ from broadcast

Using threat intelligence feeds data before paying

In this week's blogs, analysts consider threat intelligence feeds, Datiphy database security software and Riverbed's new approach to SD-WAN.

Datagres PerfAccel 3.0 caching software ready to launch

Datagres PerfAccel 3.0 resides on a host server to examine application I/O access patterns at the file-system level and boost the performance of underlying storage.

Life beyond the JavaOne sessions: Mastering life in San Francisco

You won't spend every moment at JavaOne in a session, so here is some advice from Barry Burd on how to navigate San Francisco and get the most out of the JavaOne experience.

Yahoo announces password-killing Account Key

Yahoo Account Key uses push notifications to provide a fast and secure way to access Yahoo accounts from a mobile device

CIO interview: Martin Thell, Scandic Hotels

The CIO of major Nordic hotel chain Scandic Hotels wants to learn more about customers through technology, without being overbearing

The mistake that could make NFV MANO irrelevant

In this week's round-up of blog posts from around the Web, an analyst takes a closer look at NFV management and orchestration (MANO), explaining why it could play second-fiddle to OpenStack.

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