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November 20, 2015

CBR Roundup: The biggest industry news from this week

List: Executives jumping ship, IoT terrorism, and super super fast broadband.

By CBR Staff Writer

IoT security issues ‘new type of terrorism’, says PTC CEO

Jim Heppelmann has a strong message for the industry as he takes to the stage at PTC’s LiveWorx Europe 2015.

Microsoft Dynamics boss joins

Bob Stutz joins as chief analytics officer, leaving his role at Microsoft as head of Dynamics.

Ofcom draws BT ire over cutting Sky Pay-TV regulation

The battle between BT and Sky shifted to the Pay-TV arena, after Ofcom removed the obligation for Sky to provide Sky Sports 1 and 2 to its competitors on a wholesale basis.

Microsoft, HPE partner on Windows 10, cloud & mobility

Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft have expanded their global partnership, and will provide consulting services for Windows 10.

Gigaclear brings 5 Gbps broadband to UK

New service for homes and businesses that could download a film in 6 seconds is set for launch in early 2016.

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