There is a thriving virtual reality industry in the Middle East, with the technology's application expected to go far beyond gaming
Veritas Technologies signed a joint-development agreement with Azure for hybrid cloud deployments. The Azure collaboration will help Veritas rebuild its brand.
One expert warned there can be a disconnect between what security remediation means to CISOs and what researchers announce because of divergent objectives.
For Index Engines' new feature, the information management and archiving provider remotely installs software, processes tapes and migrates data of value to Amazon Web Services.
Cisco has introduced hardware that contains all the components for running virtual network functions. The new gear delivers Cisco VNFs in the data center and branch office.
This week, bloggers look into cybersecurity policies presented at RSA 2017, how to confront hybrid cloud challenges and the meaning of the SMS-Curvature merger.
Microsoft vows GDPR compliance in all cloud services when enforcement of the new EU data privacy regulation begins in May 2018, but companies still must take action to avoid fines.
Dimension Data's new UK&I sales boss is looking for growth helping customers with digital transformation strategies
FAST has given the thumbs up to moves to make life harder for digital pirates but has called on more to be done to reduce the problem further
UC security is not a priority, according to a survey of IT professionals. But security should not be overlooked, as cloud UC creates new risks.
The busy floor and outskirts of HIMSS 2017 were abuzz with hot health IT topics ranging from patient engagement and care collaboration to AI and machine learning.
IT pros recognize the need to manage and secure the many mobile devices in their environments, which is one reason many want to deploy EMM this year.
RBS Group is putting a digital expert in every NatWest and RBS branch in 2017
Increasingly, SMBs are gaining benefits from digital business transformation efforts, but implementation is tougher than expected, according to a new IDC survey.
CBRE’s full-year colocation tracker data confirms record take-up for colocation space across Europe in 2016
The Economist Intelligence Unit last looked at business IoT adoption in 2013. Its latest business adoption index shows slow progress
National Trading Standards is warning consumers about a scam targeting those looking for help with printer problems
Market watcher’s latest public cloud market forecast highlights growing demand for off-premise services across the globe
Apprenticeships in IT are increasingly seen as an alternative to university for many. Apprentices at Computacenter tell their stories
Forum to fill supplier relationship management gap opened up by growing centrality of IT to business, and transitions to cloud
Mars, GSK and Deutsche Bank help CA Technologies with its Step into Stem event designed to encourage young people to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths
After missing the monthly security update for 14 February, Microsoft has issued some patches but not for zero-day vulnerabilities despite the availability of exploit code
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority is readying the launch of autonomous aerial vehicles in July this year
Digital bank chose software as a service when it wanted more from its HR systems
Google Project Zero discloses a Windows vulnerability that passed the 90-day deadline and comes soon after Microsoft canceled its Patch Tuesday release.
Windows 10 privacy issues remain as EU's top privacy watchdog group, the Article 29 Working Party, issues a second warning letter to Microsoft to simplify, clarify data collection.
Moving custom Spark and Hadoop pilot projects into production use has proved daunting. But container technology eased the transition at the Advisory Board analytics service.
As CRM chatbots improve, as well as IoT implementations to support customer service, SAP users find new uses for the tech, thanks to tighter integration to S/4HANA.
Most organisations understand cyber security readiness, but lack response and resilience capabilities – especially regarding industrial control systems in the UK, says RSA cyber defence expert Azeem Aleem
Ending months of speculation, Verizon has announced a revised deal for acquiring Yahoo’s core business that is $350m less than the original due to revelations of two major data breaches
With the popularity of chatbots comes a flurry of competing application frameworks. Oracle believes adhering to industry standards will prevent fragmentation and incompatibility.
As part of our coverage of Container World in Santa Clara, Calif., we spoke with a presenter from Microsoft about what he expects from this year's conference.
UKFast and Cisco along with the Open University are working together to tackle the skills gap
Check Point identifies the most prevalent ransomware and other malware that organisations should be prioritising based on data from the second half of 2016
City firms often fire staff for accidently clicking on phishing emails, but there is a better approach, Intel Security’s Raj Samani tells Computer Weekly
All flash array maker gets Cohesity functionality natively in its arrays, in a move that will allow snapshots to be tiered between platforms and managed by Cohesity
The civil service chief says the public needs to be confident in data sharing safeguards and admits Care.data scandal was a step back in gaining trust
Visa opens a space in London where it can test out technologies alongside customers and suppliers
Ricoh has tested the temperature of European users and found that most are braced for turbulent times but expect to end the year in a stronger position
At Cisco Live Europe in Berlin, Cisco offers an insight into key networking trends and announces new products and upgrades to support and secure the digitisation of the network
SAP UK and Ireland User Group has reacted to the supplier’s High Court victory over Diageo in indirect licensing dispute
Enterprise IT giant Oracle is looking to better serve APAC customers with data sovereignty requirements
News recently broke that MD Anderson put its project with IBM Watson on hold. Some interpreted this to be a setback for AI and cognitive computing in healthcare. Others disagree.
Container security concerns are the latest frontier in enterprise container management, and early settlers, such as NeuVector, have turned heads.
Cloud computing is built on the x86 processor, but don't forget RISC processors -- simple, yet powerful chips that still drive some of the data center's most important workloads.
Seeking to improve the workflow efficiencies of corporate IT shops, ServiceNow incorporates IBM's cognitive technology with its services automation platform.
Online retailer Amazon is creating 5,000 jobs in the UK over the next year, including roles for software engineers and apprenticeships in engineering and logistics
Amazon EBS' new live volume modification for storage attached to S3 saves time and headaches for IT pros, who welcome the technology they say is overdue.
City Harvest uses Cisco HyperFlex for its back-end infrastructure to power VDI so the nonprofit can feed 1.4 million people in New York.
Accenture has promised to create more jobs in the US and invest $1.4bn in skills development
CompTIA is extending the security skills it hopes that the industry will develop
Welsh finance secretary Mark Drakeford launches a fund which aims to support public sector organisations and charities to develop innovative ways of delivering services
Dutch hackathons, pilots and projects are building new applications based on blockchains
Swedish National Land survey has put its maps on Minecraft to promote its work
The adoption of Windows 10 by business users that was a feature of Q4 has continued into 2017
The Google and Bing search engines are to demote piracy websites after signing a voluntary code of practice in talks with the entertainment industry led by the UK government
Funding will support digital transformation efforts and bolster cyber security and data analytics capabilities
Large enterprises in Singapore will think cloud-first, though security remains a bugbear
Facebook is looking for software developers in the Middle East to create software robots on its Messenger platform