With SAP TechEd set to officially begin on Tuesday, attendees are heading to Las Vegas looking for more information on everything from SAP Lumira to SAP Fiori.
Indonesia has overtaken China as the top source of cyber attacks, according to a report by Akamai
Microsoft has widthdrawn its Windows 8.1 update for Surface RT tablets after some users reported system crashes
Exclusive Networks launches Big new unit, Westcon lines up to back Avaya midmarket scheme, and all the news from VMworld Europe 2013. Catch up on last week's biggest news stories
SAM specialist Livingstone has seen its CEO head to run US operations as it introduces a fresh head of sales in EMEA
Lotus F1 Team is about to go live with a converged datacentre infrastructure as it begins the development of a championship-winning car for 2015
Huawei’s president of marketing solutions for its enterprise business group claims enterprises won’t have to wait for standardisation before they can feel the benefits of software defined networking
Job growth in the UK technology sector has outperformed the rest of the UK private sector over the past ten years
SAP's decision to wind down its SME Business by Design offering has caused some distraction away from its Q3 numbers
The UK must set rules for the cyber security of critical national infrastructure, says chief of communications firm ViaSat UK
Gartner’s device market research reveals low-cost devices are beginning to drive the industry, as PC sales continue to dwindle
Indian central, state and regional government agencies will reach 393bn INR on IT in 2013 as large projects to manage the data of one and a quarter billion people take center stage
It has been a busy start to the week for Arrow Electronics with the signing of storage player Quantum and security vendor McAfee
Capitalising on a growing wave of interest in flash storage arrays for business, newcomer Tegile Systems has launched its first partner programme, backed by Exclusive Networks
Manufacturers are struggling to find younger workers to fill the shoes of seasoned employees, according to a ThomasNet report.
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is implementing a private cloud to improve IT efficiency for the organisation’s 8,800 staff members
Disaster relief efforts now show how various organizations can use data from social platforms to produce business outcomes more efficiently.
Some businesses have a lot to gain from location intelligence, but it isn't the right destination for every industry.
EE has announced a total of 1.2m 4G users in its latest financial results.
MEPs want internet companies to personally inform European citizens of any requests to transfer their data outside the EU
Microsoft has surveyed the state of the developer world and found that the market is challenging juggling platforms but growing and optimistic
A reorganisation of Ingram Micro’s European leadership team by new president Gerhard Schulz has led to the exit of long-standing employee and on-off UK boss Johan Vandenbussche
Researchers at City University are in talks with the finance sector about using wearable technology to provide traders with real-time data
KPMG views big data analytics as a way of highlighting potential fraud inside a business
Business is facing a new challenge in securing data in a post Edward Snowden era, ISSE 2013 conference told
Managed service provider Logicalis is embarking on a bold attempt to define the future of software-defined networking (SDN), forming an internal team to ponder the big issues
Arrow ECS and IaaS provider Artisan launch a NetApp cloud backup service for partners that want to transition NetApp customers to the cloud.
Nokia has announced its first Windows tablet device alongside new smartphones and ‘phablets’
A Fortinet survey shows that a majority of young users will violate IT security policies governing BYOD and cloud services to boost productivity.
Nasuni puts flash in its cloud storage controller to cache data faster before moving it to Amazon or Microsoft clouds.
For partners looking to boost their desktop virtualization opportunities with upgraded skills, three new Citrix certifications focus on XenDesktop 7.
IBM chose Juniper Networks' QFabric as the network fabric for its big data-focused Accelerated Discovery Lab.
Microsoft and Nokia launched new Windows tablets, but the two companies may cannibalize sales of each other's products as they take on Apple.
Mobile workstations from Dell, Toshiba and HP pack plenty of computing power and weigh less than their predecessors, but prices may limit adoption.
Meru wireless bundles help narrow down the budgeting, ordering and upgrading process for education customers buying Wi-Fi.
Delayed by the government shutdown, the preliminary NIST Cybersecurity Framework offers general best practices for critical infrastructure security.
Apple has introduced a thinner iPad and a mini with improved retina display
The world needs to reset the clock on trust after
Snowden's revelations on US internet surveillance, says ICSPA
After 35 years in the trade, RM has called time on its PC business to refocus on its software and services offering, with 300 set to lose their jobs as a result
DCC Sercom's decision to roll out the Exertis brand across all of its operations has meant name changes for its UK distribution operations
The seven day account switching service launched last month has led to an 11% increase in the number of consumers switching accounts in the last month compared to last year.
Computacenter is entering the final quarter of the year with momentum and growth in its Supply Chain and Services businesses, with Professional Services utilisation in the UK at record highs
Apple has made its latest Mac operating system, OS X Mavericks, available to download for free from the Mac App Store.
Enterprises that plan datacentre capacity well can adjust to rapid growth in computing demand with maximum efficiency, says Gartner
New security technologies are finally making it easier for security to enable the business and drive value, says Voltage Security
Worshipful Company of Information Technologists aims to unite ex-Royal Signallers with employers looking for IT candidates that can work in high pressured environments.
In a keynote presentation at the Dell Technology Camp in Paris, Michael Dell outlined how the newly re-privatised firm will target the enterprise
Members of the European Parliament passed a resolution calling for the suspenion of the EU’s Terrorist Finance Tracking Program agreement with the US
Faster threat information sharing is essential in the face of increasingly sophisticated attacks, say European experts
Despite hitting all its goals for the third quarter, EMC has professed itself disappointed thanks to a decline in US government spending
Channel organisation CompTIA has used its EMEA member conference to discuss some of the major trends in the industry
With standalone cloud storage providers like Nirvanix failing, storage providers must expand their services to include backup, disaster recovery.
Newcomer Zadara Storage promises "storage array as a service" that allows companies to store enterprise apps on Amazon and other public clouds.
Device proliferation is a growing problem when it comes to mobile app testing. Three STPCon speakers offer their insights on how to approach it.
InMage's 4000 Series "Magic Box" places software, compute and storage capacity on a turnkey appliance for backup, disaster recovery.
At the Open Networking User Group meeting next week, IT execs will tell vendors what they want from SDN and network programmability; will they listen?
Packet Design is prototyping a network access broker for wide area SDN controllers based on its route analytics technology.
Facebook is to trial warning messages on extreme content after an outcry over its decision to lift a ban on beheading videos
Internet naming authority Icann has announced four non-Latin generic top-level domains in Arabic, Chinese and Cyrillic scripts
Michael Dell has outlined plans to extend its channel as a key part of its growth strategy
Slow customer spending was blamed by Citrix for its failure to meet expectations in its third quarter
Westcon-owned specialist Comstor adds Meraki solutions to unlock channel cloud management capabilities
Technology SMEs struggle to grow in London and are looking to other less expensive hubs and cities to start up their businesses
Firms using cloud platforms robustly for analytics, collaboration and CRM are reporting nearly double the revenues of those that are more cautious
Tech Data's electronic software capability has proved to be a major attraction to security vendor Kaspersky Labs
The European Central Bank warns firms that have left migration to the Single European Payments Area (Sepa) they could face problems
Teacher say they are not ready for the new computing curriculum with 54% believing students know more than them about ICT
After losing UK distie Touchline, ZTE uses London’s IP Expo trade show to show off new product lines and relaunch itself to the channel with two new distributors at its side
William Louth, chief technology officer for JInspired, explains the difference between simulation and virtualization.
Local authorities are being held back by their legacy IT systems from delivering improved and cost-effective digital services
Learn about what tools developers are using to work together to create open source community projects with software consultant Daniel Bryant.
TheServerSide's Cameron McKenzie sat down with Daniel Bryant to discuss how Java EE handles big data.
ExaGrid deduplication appliances inch toward the enterprise with the EX21000E, a system that can scale to 210 TB in a 10-unit grid.
JInspired CTO William Louth explains what JVM simulations are and the benefits of making changes in simulations, rather than in JVM.
In this discussion, Cameron McKenzie and JInspired CTO William Louth talk about the concepts behind self-adaptive software.
Avaya introduces its new Avaya Aura collaboration environment, allowing enterprises to embed collaboration apps into business apps.
Apple's free software suites for OS X and iOS challenge Microsoft's paid Office 365 software, and some new iPads are more competitive on price.
Red Hat released RHEV 3.3 this week, with features comparable to VMware and Microsoft. Does the open source hypervisor stand a chance in the market?
OpenStack Havana brings features users such as Intel and PayPal have been waiting for, but there are some items on the wish list for the next release.
Microsoft shares rose 6% on third quarter earnings of $5.2bn, a 17% increase compared with the same period the year before
Samsung has reported record third quarter profits of £4.8bn driven mainly by revenues from memory chips
The Federation Against Software Theft has found indifference and fear of the sack is preventing people from reporting the illegal use of software at work
Twitter has set a range of $17 to $20 for shares in its IPO in November, valuing the microblogging firm at $11bn
Sales of Windows might still be struggling in a declining PC market but a stronger performance by its Office and Server products buoyed Microsoft
Ingram Micro’s third quarter financial statements paint a positive picture of the distie’s overall situation, with recent acquisitions performing well
Help for Heroes is building a hybrid cloud to optimise performance and resilience of the charity’s websites and databases
BT and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) told Cumbria County Council to keep BDUK roll-out locations secret
A report from telecoms regulator Ofcom claims three in four homes can now access superfast internet connections and adoption of the technology is on the rise
Fulham football club’s IT team moves its database infrastructure to the cloud with a database as a service implementation
The principle of least privilege is ingrained in IT security culture, but a survey shows many enterprises are not tightly managing user rights.
IT services firm Atos says implementation of IT systems to support the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow next year is on track
The official website for the PHP scripting language has confirmed that hackers compromised two of its servers
Mobile workers rely on the cloud and expect ubiquitous network connectivity, but there are ways to stay productive offline when Wi-Fi isn't available.
Companies need to radically re-think the way they manage their workforce, as they start recruiting the next generation of employees, the president of Oracle said yesterday
New software lets OpenFlow controllers work across network domains, sharing programmability between unique sets of infrastructure over long distances.
Both the buy side and sell side of the capital markets are set to increase their IT spend on cloud computing services, says research firm
The UK economy appears to be in recovery stirring hopes there will be more IT investment
HP is shedding up to 7,000 staff across EMEA as part of its ongoing turnaround plan.
M&S, Microsoft, Cognizant, SAP and more supply volunteers for local community projects
At STPCon Fall 2013, the keynote speaker addressed how testing professionals can benefit from communication and soft skills over technical expertise.
The Home Office has awarded two contracts equating to £621m for managing visa applications
The IT director for the NHL's San Jose Sharks wanted to give equal performance throughout his company, so he picked an all-flash storage array.
Dan Bartow, SOASTA's VP of product management, explains why continuous testing isn't practiced enough and what mobile testers should do about it.
Cloud Technology Partners puts its PaaSLane cloud migration tool for application testing and optimization into public beta; plus, more news.
Today's mobile apps answer directly to the consumer in many cases. Customer-focused design is quickly outpacing 'inside-out' requirements.
The controversy surrounding U.S.-based online surveillance continues, as more revelations concerning NSA data-gathering activities come to light.