AWS and other IT vendors will start building connectors based on a new standard schema meant to streamline data sharing between cybersecurity tools.
After the turmoil that has hit Oracle's customer experience division, here's what current enterprise customers need to do next to preserve their technology investments.
Salesforce enables 'composable commerce' -- headless e-commerce, where users bring their own interface designs -- for large brick-and-mortar retailers and online-only sellers.
Despite another year-on-year drop in online retail sales in July, the fall is smaller than those seen in previous months of 2022 as online sales decline slows
Leading comms tech provider to upgrade Public Transport Authority of Western Australia’s railway communications system with private wireless and mission-critical IP/MPLS covering 250km of railway track and tunnels in project including designing, building and maintenance
The challenge of migrating COBOL applications to run in the cloud is made nearly impossible with tricky line-to-line conversions and a lack of developers with the right skills.
Despite more startups scaling to the point of exit than ever before, half are still stuck in low growth stages – particularly those working with emerging technologies
There are thousands of vulnerabilities in open source code – GitHub aims to help developers see if their projects are impacted
August’s Patch Tuesday drop fixes more than 120 CVEs, including another MSDT RCE zero-day that is being actively exploited.
New Google Cloud regions in Malaysia, Thailand and New Zealand will enable local organisations to maintain low latency and meet data residency requirements
Research find that while 5G positioning is developing quickly and could be featured in billions of consumer and enterprise devices by 2030, the journey to commercial success is not without hurdles
Even though the lack of widespread roaming agreements thus far has hampered the growth of the mobile standard outside of China, and roaming and monetisation continue as core service provider challenges, the LPWAN landscape is changing, with an increasing number of agreements having been concluded to facilitate regional roaming and boost income generation
Bookseller Waterstones is recovering from the effects of a Blue Yonder implementation that has seen authors and readers up in arms
Sophos shares data from its new X-Ops unit at Black Hat in Las Vegas, revealing a growing number of ransomware victims being attacked by multiple gangs at the same time
A Home Office scheme to biometrically scan the faces of convicted migrants who have already carried out punishments has come under fire from privacy and human rights groups for being discriminatory
In addition to a long-simmering bug in the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool, Microsoft corrects a sizeable number of Azure flaws.
Companies preparing to send employees to tech conferences should have a COVID-19 safety plan and prepare for the possibility that some workers will bring the virus back to the office.
The vendor's new cloud engine will help organizations easily build avatars and digital assistants. Nvidia also revealed plans to evolve USD with partners such as Pixar.
There have been several episodes of attacks in the software supply chain world, and MSPs in general are feeling the heat
Acquisition will give the channel player more depth around management, protection and compliance
Global digital ecosystem enabler partners with cloud-based customer experience orchestration to further transform customer engagement across platforms ranging from social to mobile
Organisations looking to shore up their security postures face more and more barriers to obtaining cyber insurance
HS2 has become the latest public sector entity to have fallen foul of the IR35 rules, with its accounts confirming that it is anticipating a tax bill of £9.5m for failing to assess the status of contractors provided to it by a third party
Pace quickens on UK gigabit broadband market as growing altnet provider and nation’s third-largest network take more full-fibre to non-urban English shires
Nokia tests mission-critical voice and data on 4.9G/LTE private wireless network for India’s regional rapid transit system, while being selected by leading Egyptian telco to upgrade network for increased reliability, security and operational efficiencies
The U.S. Treasury Department issued sanctions against Tornado Cash, a cryptocurrency mixer accused of helping North Korea's Lazarus Group launder stolen funds.
While semiconductors have grabbed most of the attention with the CHIPS and Science Act, emerging tech such as quantum and AI figures to grab a generous share of the $280 billion.
Seagate continues its partnership with Phison through the release of the X1, a customizable SSD controller that promises higher performance and lower power use.
A key index reports unexpected service sector growth, while digital services M&A could overtake 2021 deal volume and value levels; more IT channel news.
Artificial intelligence can eliminate mundane testing tasks and reduce bugs without human intervention, but its inner machinations make testers uneasy.
The concept of continuous improvement has found its way into IT governance, as companies such as Fannie Mae, JPMorgan Chase and John Deere embrace continuous compliance.
Agencies including the National Science Foundation will receive a significant increase in funding from the CHIPS and Science Act to research and develop new technologies.
Tech job adverts in the UK are still on the rise, with recruiters saying finding the talent they need for roles could be the biggest challenge of 2022
The channel does not take the summer off, and the personnel moves continue to stack up as we move into August
Incident at software provider Advanced took out multiple NHS services before the weekend, including the 111 advice service
Integration-platform-as-a-service specialist is looking to significantly grow its partner base to ensure it can service increasing demand
Irish premier Michael Martin has insisted its temporary squeeze on datacentre construction is not a moratorium on the industry
Leading UK telco reveals carrier aggregation technology trials with Nokia mark first time four carrier components on a 5G standalone network have been used achieved outside of a lab in Europe
The majority of incident response professionals surveyed for VMware's 'Global Incident Response Threat Report' observed lateral movement in at least some attacks in the past year.