News of Note—SDN adoption means different security options; BT CEO gets raise after cutting 13,000 jobs

august 8 2017
BT CEO Gavin Patterson rakes in a raise weeks after cutting 13,000 jobs. (Pixabay)

Here are the other stories we're following today:

> Security needs to make adjustments as SDN goes more mainstream this year. Security Boulevard article

> From the bad optics department: BT CEO Gavin Patterson was awarded a pay raise a few weeks after announcing 13,000 job cuts. Financial Times article

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> Kubernetes is poised to go mainstream with IT developers and enterprises, but persistent storage is one of several areas that needs work. Linux.com article

> Businesses need to keep security in mind during their digital transformations. ComputerWeekly.com article

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