TechTarget News - Week of Nov 15, 2015

Openreach CEO Joe Garner to step down

Openreach CEO Joe Garner is returning to the financial services sector after two years at the helm

Gartner: IoT services, connected 'things' to surge in 2016

The IoT services boom is on, says Gartner. What does that mean for CIOs? Also in Searchlight: Four indicted in last year's JP Morgan hack; Google's self-driving car pulled over.

Cyber security mindset needs to change, says report

Government organisations are prime targets for cyber attacks, leading to increased importance on robust information security, according to a report by Intel Security and the Digital Government Security Forum

Fujitsu UK CEO calls for more Stem on TV

Fujitsu’s UK and Ireland CEO Regina Moran argues for promoting science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects and careers in the mainstream media

When to use a packet capture appliance

This week, analysts explore best cases for packet capture appliance use, network automation and "worst practices" in network security.

New Midokura release works with container software

Midokura released a new version of Midokura Enterprise MidoNet at the OpenStack summit in Tokyo, with support for OpenStack Liberty, Ubuntu OpenStack and containers.

CIO interview: Lone Bundgaard, Coloplast

IT development head at Danish medical products and services company plays core role in major change to how the company engages with its customers

UK and Estonia launch TechLink programme

The UK and Estonian governments are launching a TechLink programme to share best practice and innovations

Oracle Marketing Cloud updates mobile capabilities

Updates to the Oracle Marketing Cloud aim to give marketers and salespeople more mobile customer engagement options, as well as testing capabilities for marketing content.

Five key strategies for IoT success

Companies need to be agile because in some IoT systems, it will be a question of the winner taking it all, according to Kent Eriksson, IoT business consultant at PTC

Safe Harbor framework update in danger of capsizing

News roundup: Rights groups join critics of Safe Harbor framework update, OPM breach testimony pushback, FBI hiring part of cybersecurity issue for Justice Department. Plus: recycled malware, Microsoft's security push.

IT service management should precede SDN automation

This week, bloggers explore the role of IT service management in SDN automation, Juniper's disaggregation of Junos software and complications of modern networks.

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