Following its 2021 acquisition of Narrative Science, data storytelling -- along with cloud capabilities -- will be prominent when the vendor hosts its upcoming user conference.
Federal regulators have been warning employers about the risk of AI bias in hiring. The Justice Department is now involved, which means investigations may be next.
Intel will release three generations of 200 GB, 400 GB and 800 GB infrastructure processing units over the next four years. The first two generations will include ASICs and FPGAs.
Snowflake and Pure Storage have partnered to bring data analytics capabilities to FlashBlade storage without the need to move the data to the cloud.
UK government proposals to improve competition in digital markets by making tech giants share data with smaller firms will not include consumers’ personal information, says digital minister
Vendors take on feedback and roll out formal programmes to support its partners as they look for growth
Products based on next generation of wireless internet standard flourish as the past two years results in dramatic shift in home connectivity demands
Millimetre wave hardware and software design and developer gains investment to accelerate go-to-market for cutting-edge gigabit-per-second wireless solutions for internet access, consumer applications, 5G and smart cities
The turnaround at the channel player continues, but the man in charge has delivered a fair bit in the year a bit since he stepped into the chief executive role
Spanish banking giant Santander continues its journey into the cloud as it strives to be cloud native
A 10-point plan to improve the security and resilience of open source software was presented this week at a summit in the US
A 3D data visualisation map from Cervest shows large swathes of Dublin could be affected by climate change-related coastal flooding in the years to come, which could have big implications for the region's datacentres
Amazon shareholders will vote on whether the company has to conduct an independent audit on the working conditions and treatment of its warehouse workers, following the e-commerce giant’s unsuccessful attempt to dismiss the proposal
The Levelling Up and Regeneration Bill announced in the Queen’s Speech includes proposals for digital planning powers to be given to local government in England and Wales, based on open data
Many organisations in Asia still approach integration in silos, choosing to build hard coded integrations that tend to be brittle and more prone to failure
Secureworks researchers said a new Iranian state-sponsored threat group is melding government and financial interests by targeting U.S. organizations with ransomware attacks.
DockerCon 2022's opening keynote focused on expanding the developer toolkit, but it may not be enough to ward off financial challenges.
Ransomware decryption tools are increasingly common today, thanks to cybersecurity vendors and law enforcement agencies working on cracking past and present ransomware threats.
Zerto's biannual update to its disaster recovery and data backup platform expands data protection features into Linux environments and adds features for Azure and GCP users.
Modzy and Snowplow are among the early-stage companies aiming to move AI from science project to enterprise asset. Success will let businesses reap the benefits of the technology.
Red Hat President and CEO Paul Cormier offers a glimpse into the OpenShift roadmap as IT reckons with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and hybrid work.
Mixed bag in leading UK telco’s 2021/22 fiscal year, but company says it is on the right track and will continue to invest for the future
Privacy organizations want Zoom to ditch emotion-tracking AI. The tech is invasive, discriminatory and doesn't work, the groups said.
Two years into his tenure as Red Hat CEO, Paul Cormier discusses his company's relationship with IBM and how it's competing with its own partners in hybrid cloud.
Parent company of the Parasol umbrella firm that suffered a cyber attack and data breach earlier this year is denying responsibility for the incident, as legal action against the firm heats up
Channel player keen to build on its activities in the market with deal to add greater UK coverage
Digital bank is recruiting nearly 500 people, including data scientists and engineers, to its Cardiff operation
Giving evidence to the Science and Technology Committee, academic, physician and science writer Ben Goldacre has expressed serious misgivings about the on-hold GPDPR NHS data scrape
The vendor's product development philosophy is designed to give users more output from the platform while requiring less effort from the users themselves.
Software and services provider supports media and communications base with offerings designed to deliver integration of streaming services for leading UK cableco
A statement by the CEO of Rackspace suggests the company could be heading for another period of change, following a strategic review of its business
End of UK’s first third-generation network planned as operator announces its investments in 4G and 5G gather pace, with next-gen network hitting new usage milestone, increasing by over 358% over the past year
Owner of one of the largest sub-sea cable consortiums in the world makes technical choice in upgrading network to increase capacity and diverse resilience
The region’s burgeoning cyber security industry has attracted more talent last year, but it takes more than just technical knowhow to succeed in the field
As the pandemic caused an increase in online shopping, fashion businesses began investing in technology to help them match customer demand
Chip giant reveals next-generation of core Snapdragon platform with emphasis on smart transit and mmWave solutions, and deployment of virtualised and modular 5G networks
Low-cost airline Ryanair opens up about how its long-standing tech partnership with Amazon Web Services is helping it cut food waste and improve its in-flight customer service
A remote code vulnerability in F5 BIG-IP network appliances is now being scanned for by threat actors, and some experts have observed exploitation in the wild.
The tech giant is growing its cloud database portfolio with a new service that add analytics query acceleration to and boosts performance of the PostgreSQL database.
The joint advisory did not name any specific nation-states, though co-sponsor agencies expect threat actors to 'step up their targeting' of managed service providers (MSPs).
Western Digital expanded its cloud storage devices with two new HDDs, a CMR drive with 22 TB and an SMR drive with 26 TB, and a new SSD form factor.
At SAP Sapphire 2022, the ERP vendor highlighted accelerating business transformation, disruptions to supply chains and sustainability as main challenges that businesses face.
ServiceNow's AEMC adds automation to citizen DevOps. Analysts agree this simplifies development and could result in cost savings.
The vendor's first in-person user conference since 2019 has showcased its transformation. In an interview, ThoughtSpot CEO Sudheesh Nair discusses the company's modernization.
FortKnox offers a managed, air-gapped data vault service in AWS to help protect data from ransomware and other digital disasters.
Zendesk's Answer Bot moves past the knowledge base and gets a low-code interface so that business users can orchestrate automated conversations.
Red Hat expands OpenShift, with VMware Tanzu poised to capture at least some of its vast vSphere install base as enterprises get serious about container-based DevOps platforms.
UK operator introduces Edge Innovation Programme 2.0 to inspire the creation of new products and services using multi-access edge compute technology and its 5G infrastructure
Appian was awarded damages in its lawsuit against Pegasystems, which it accused of spying.
Networking and security player decides the time is right to move from a single-tier approach and work with distribution
The TiDB Cloud provides a fully managed deployment of the open source TiDB database, which provides both analytical and transactional processing functionality.
The world is slowly coming to terms with Covid-19, but fear of the coronavirus is no less useful to cyber criminals because of it, as Proofpoint researchers have discovered
Emotet remains by some margin the most prevalent malware, according to Check Point’s latest monthly statistics
The western intelligence community has set out practical steps IT service providers and their customers can take to protect themselves
Government claims proposals to reform the UK’s data protection regime will create a framework ‘focused on privacy outcomes rather than box-ticking’
Security player hopes that a different channel approach will support partners and attract market interest
Pure Storage partnership with Snowflake will see the cloud data warehousing platform make use of on-prem FlashBlade fast file and object storage as a source for analytics data
A new data-sharing service set up by the NCSC and industry partners will give ISPs access to real-time threat data that they can use to block fraudulent websites
Partnership involves a trial to see how well artificial intelligence can be used to help job seekers find work more quickly
Secureworks CTU analysis has found that the REvil ransomware is undergoing active development, possibly heralding a new campaign of cyber attacks
Crest says partnerships with Hack The Box and Immersive Labs will enhance its members’ defensive and offensive security skills
Nationwide Building Society is blocking an additional 2000 attempted online shopping frauds a month through extra checks
It’s the second-to-last Patch Tuesday as we know it, and Microsoft has fixed a total of 75 bugs, including three zero-days
Contracting market stakeholders were hoping for some clarification on the delivery timeline for umbrella market regulation in the Queen’s Speech, but none was forthcoming
At SAP’s first in-person Sapphire customer conference in three years, CEO Christian Klein and his top team revisited the themes of sustainability and supply chain resilience, which were prominent in 2020 and 2021
New IP infrastructure designed to improve scalability and performance for enhanced internet services as IP traffic continues to increase, with initial phase of deployment expected to complete in the second half of 2023
Red Hat CEO Paul Cormier claims IBM has lived up to its commitment to maintain the neutrality of Red Hat three years on
UK comms regulator reveals roadmap to take advantage of opportunities for users and applications across the country to access high-frequency spectrum for new uses
Harlow-based colocation provider wants to help teach children about the important role datacentres play in our society, in the hope that it might inspire some of them to pursue a career in the field of server farms
Draft regulation unveiled today will require internet and messaging firms to use algorithms to identify grooming and child abuse or face heavy fines
A top SAP executive is confident that more of its customers in Asia-Pacific will adopt S/4 Hana this year, as the company shores up integration of its ERP software with other business applications
Administrators should plan on extra testing after deploying this month's patches due to the heavy concentration of fixes in three distinct areas of the Windows OS.
The analytics and BI vendor has added plug-in API apps to its natural language processing and embedded BI-friendly platform aimed at larger cloud-based enterprises and SMBs.
New research from Secureworks' Counter Threat Unit provides further evidence that the REvil ransomware group, once thought to be defunct, is indeed back on the scene.
The U.S. and U.K. governments, along with the EU, confirmed the suspicions around the attack that disrupted satellite services for customers in Ukraine as Russia invaded the country.
IBM revised its quantum computing roadmap with a 4,000-qubit system by 2025 and unveiled its Modular Quantum Computing initiative to support multiprocessor systems.
New capabilities included in the vendor's latest platform update include prebuilt applications, tools that automate insight delivery and a series of integrations with partners.
The Criminal Cases Review Commission is to contact 88 more potentially wrongfully convicted Post Office workers
There was ‘no filter’ on the information that undercover police officers were collecting on activists throughout the 1970s, despite senior managers and officials involved in directing the surveillance questioning the appropriateness of the information gathering and sharing
The data integration vendor is improving its data fabric with enhancements that strengthen its trust score for providing a metric for data quality and health.
UK authorities have attributed the 24 February cyber attack on the network of satellite comms company Viasat to Russia
On the opening day of CyberUK 2022, GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming and NCSC CEO Lindy Cameron have spoken of their commitment to the government’s ambition for a whole-of-society cyber strategy
NetApp is busily reinventing itself as a cloud services provider, with its competition years behind, according to its public cloud vice-president
US space agency selects Luxembourg-based satellite operator to develop near-Earth communication services and investigate potential to partner on future projects involving proven non-geostationary orbit systems
The database vendor is updating its namesake platform with an optimized storage engine and new integrations to connect data sources including cloud data lakes.
SAP venture-backed Feather by SAP integrates marketplaces for retail users to give their customers a place to resell goods they've bought from them.
Neben dem neuen Managed-Service-Angebot für Datenisolierung in der Cloud, stellt Cohesity auch eine aktualisierte Version seiner Plattformsoftware Pegasus vor.
UK operator hits key milestone in its ambition to offer 5G anywhere in the UK by 2028 through its macro network and on-demand connectivity solutions
The chair of the Post Office Horizon scandal inquiry has brought forward hearings about compensation as victims warn that at this rate “people will die” before they get anything
Distributor shares first-quarter numbers with eyes on building on it to deliver a strong fiscal year
IBM has set out plans for hybrid supercomputing, with quantum and classical computing. This impacts both hardware installation and software
Avaya and Microsoft expand partnership by pairing CCaaS with Azure to provide more options to increase productivity and customer engagement by accelerating digital transformation initiatives in the cloud
The National Cyber Security Centre is revising its cloud guidance as increasing uptake of potentially vulnerable cloud services puts more organisations at risk of compromise
Retailers and e-commerce businesses are working with tech suppliers to embed financial products and services in their customer offerings
A new innovation hub hopes to spur on cyber security innovation in Wales
In response to the pandemic, the government department aims to improve collaboration and develop a reference architecture
Me&u’s smart menus are intelligent enough to recommend food items based on customer preferences, and even help to reduce food waste and alleviate bartender workloads during peak periods
On the opening day of its annual CyberUK event, the NCSC reveals how organisations around the country have used its Active Cyber Defence programme to their advantage
A manufacturing defect affecting some DIMMs made in late 2020 could cause persistent memory errors and server failure. Cisco recommends customers replace impacted DIMMs.
The Istio service mesh community has revealed further plans to simplify the project's notoriously difficult 'Day 2' management, which can't all be addressed by downstream vendors.
Cisco's predictive analytics networking engine aims to build trust by spotting problems with a high degree of accuracy rather than by identifying every issue.
The cloud platform provider aims to address the challenging labor market, which it views as the primary obstacle to partner growth; other IT channel news.
Five months after the data breach was discovered, the number of Horizon Actuarial Services customers and individuals affected by the attack has climbed significantly.
The bounty follows a recent Conti ransomware attack that Costa Rica suffered in April. The country's new president, Rodrigo Chaves, declared a national emergency Sunday.
Leading analyst says that while next-generation mobile infrastructure growth is set to be strong, providers should look to bundle-rich 5G apps and services to drive demand and sate consumer needs
Chip giant announces product line that supports latest version of wireless standard, anticipating a new class of customer systems for current applications and emerging Wi-Fi 7 ecosystem
File system software builds pools of NAS-like storage accessible from anywhere, with APIs to third-party tools to interrogate data for business processes, anomaly detection and more
Cloud data player prepared to support those that are looking to move into a position where they can deliver high value to customers
Distributor adds more depth to its OpenMPS cloud-based offering after getting partner feedback
Inquiry into Post Office scandal moves to Scotland, with differences in English and Scottish law raising further serious questions about subpostmaster prosecutions
Communications software and services provider opens up 5G Experience Lab to capitalise on a diverse mobile communications partner ecosystem to unlock new applications and services
Luxembourg-based satellite provider SES delivers communications platform for governments and institutions will include medium Earth orbit satellite networks in project co-funded by leading European space agency
Business services division of US comms giant announces dedicated strategy aimed at stadiums and venues located in Europe and Asia Pacific, offering specific technologies designed to benefit their requirements
The cloud framework agreement with Google will make it easier for Malaysia’s public sector agencies to access Google Cloud services through a single government contract
Amazon Web Services is beginning two green energy-focused collaborations that will see it ramp up the amount of renewable power it uses while helping other enterprises to do the same
Growing investments in cloud, artificial intelligence and cyber security have been a boon to India’s IT and business services market
The vendor plans to use the influx of capital to fund product development, geographic expansion and add staff with an eye toward going public within three years.