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The FTC recently rescinded its 2020 guidance for vertical mergers. Meanwhile, Pres. Joe Biden plans to nominate a new commissioner to the FTC board.
Vendor Nebulon sells largely through embedding its technology with a number of household OEMs, but is keen to make sure that partners are rewarded for their involvement
The latest version of ServiceNow's Now Platform aims to improve remote employees' workflows and broaden its developer ecosystem with a new mobile app builder.
While the US started home computing in the 1970s, it was Sir Clive Sinclair’s low-cost devices which brought computing to the UK public
JP Morgan will launch its UK digital retain bank next week, and continental Europe will be next if it’s a success
All of the UK ministers responsible for technology, digital and data are moving on as a result of Boris Johnson's latest reshuffle
Singapore-based custom PC supplier Aftershock has set up a corporate sales team and is looking to offer a desktop as a service for business customers
The iPhone 13 will last an hour and a half longer than its iPhone 12 counterpart and have twice the minimum storage, Apple said. The Pro Max model will offer up to 1 TB of storage.
Zoom became the brand name for video conferencing during the pandemic. The company wants to expand that dominance to other areas of collaboration, like chat and whiteboards.
The REvil decryptor key helps victims recover their encrypted files, as long as the attacks were made before July 13, which is when REvil went off the grid for two months.
Rewind closed a $65 million funding round led by Insight Partners. The investment will be used to grow employee headcount and expand the backup platform to cover more SaaS applications.
ExpressVPN said it will not cut ties with CIO Daniel Gericke, who was implicated by the DOJ in state-sponsored hacking on behalf of the United Arab Emirates government.
All Microsoft customers will be able to replace passwords with biometric identity, security keys or text confirmation to access their Microsoft accounts.
Research shows educational establishments in the Netherlands are becoming favoured targets of cyber criminals and administrators are underestimating the risks
Local businesses in Kensington and Chelsea are given the chance to advertise for free via digital screens in Street Hub 2.0 units while research reveals over 60% of small firms say local advertising will boost awareness of their business
Google Cloud adds a new enterprise tier for Filestore, its public cloud file storage service, with new features including Kubernetes backup and custom dual-region selection.
Working alongside law enforcement partners, Bitdefender has developed and released a tool to help REvil victims recover their data for free
Domo has unveiled Sandbox, a new portal for developing and testing data assets that enables collaboration and provides safety and governance measures.
Channel player collaborates with HPE and CloudSigma to provide a cloud platform that should tempt customers looking for a hybrid solution
Salesforce Einstein Automate tools to come next year include RPA, document intake and drag-and-drop process automation.
Vendor has seen its channel reach out for training to make sure they can get involved with Kubernetes and containers
First private subsea cable to the UK funded by Google intended to improve diversity and resilience of network, underpinning consumer and enterprise products, increasing capacity and powering services such as Meet, Gmail and Google Cloud
President of the European Commission has set out plans for a stronger European economy, with less reliance on US and Chinese tech giants
As people begin to take holidays again after more than a year of restrictions and lockdowns, opportunist cyber criminals have taken note, according to new data from Palo Alto’s Unit 42
The Department for Transport’s 2020-2021 accounts suggest Network Rail has switched up its IR35 compliance strategy, with more than 70% of its contractors now classified as working outside IR35
The money truck is set to roll again as Apple launches new flagship device attributed with pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in a smartphone
After two years of stagnant speeds, UK next-generation communications network industry gets into gear in terms of download speeds and availability as all stakeholders work to make conditions ripe for opportunity, with Three UK a ‘decisive’ winner in the second quarter
The two datacentre service providers are leading the pack in co-location services in the Asia-Pacific region thanks to their growing business from hyperscale cloud suppliers
With employee resignations at a record high, HR is facing a reckoning over how it hires and retains employees, said Johnny Taylor, president and CEO of SHRM.
DataRobot unveiled its cloud, giving users access to technologies and applications the vendor obtained with a series of recent and older acquisitions.
OMI, the software agent at the center of a remote code execution flaw, is "just one example" of silent, pre-installed software in cloud environments, according to one researcher.
Apache Kafka event streaming from Confluent helps online grocery provider Instacart deliver milk to customers when they need it, by helping to power real-time inventory updates.
Anti-ransomware features in TrilioVault for Kubernetes v2.5 include application-level immutability and encryption to help ensure Kubernetes backup data is recoverable.
Tableau and DotData partner to help data scientists and engineers accelerate machine learning automation while adding a visualization layer to model building.
High commissioner’s call for a moratorium on the use of AI systems that pose a serious risk to human rights is accompanied by a UN report on the negative human rights impacts associated with the technology
Leading vendor behind the open source event streaming project raised new funds to help build out a cloud platform for event data and message streaming.
The two notable vulnerabilities, disclosed prior to this month's security update releases, receive permanent fixes to supersede earlier mitigation instructions.
Computer Weekly talked to Sunak at a Treasury event in front of an audience of tech sector leaders, investors and startups, to discuss how the government can support the digital economy
The Net Zero programme from Tech Nation aims to help tech startups and scaleups realise their potential to reduce global emissions
Sharp has adapted its approach to rewarding partners and, elsewhere, Sumo Logic has added some heavyweight names to its programme
The shift to digital marketing has been a bridge too far for some partners and has highlighted that more effort is needed in this area
Salesforce to add analytics capabilities and AI tools that spider Salesforce CDP data; Commerce Cloud adds shipping and logistics integration through a FedEx partnership.
Car manufacturer's software business supports industry initiative to develop a standard platform and open-source reference implementation
McAfee Enterprise found the threat actors had not only breached a company's network, but had spent 'multiple years' siphoning data from the victim before getting caught.
TfL signs 10-year deal with Indian IT services giant to digitally transform taxi and private hire administration
Another lighter-than-usual Patch Tuesday update includes important fixes for recently disclosed vulnerabilities, including a dangerous zero-day, and an update in the PrintNightmare saga
Global distributor takes the next step in its IPO, with its price and valuation becoming clearer
Banks are working together through a cross-border financial technology development hub
Breakout conferencing and collaboration company shows range of innovations will enable businesses in the post-Covid era to embrace change, enable hybrid workforces and grow their businesses
Five-year longitudinal study by Imperva shows the proportion of databases with at least one known vulnerability in Australia and Singapore are among the world’s highest
Two more vulnerabilities in Google's web browser joined a growing list of Chrome zero-days that have been actively exploited in the wild this year.
At the AI Hardware summit 2021, an eBay exec discusses how its similarity system enables it to build an AI-driven marketplace for better latency and throughput.
After a rocky first year, Progress Software has tightened Chef product integrations and solidified roadmap plans that focus on InSpec and CSPM.
Snowflake launches its new Data Cloud offering as it continues to expand the range of applications and capabilities for its customers, including Western Union and Capital One.
The Citizen Lab said that it found the Apple zero-day vulnerability when it was 'analyzing the phone of a Saudi activist infected with NSO Group's Pegasus spyware.'
Zoom will add video to contact center interactions next year. The company said its Video Engagement Center would improve troubleshooting, build trust and automate everyday tasks.
The new Alation service provides a series of capabilities to improve governance, including a centralized dashboard and data steward workbench for managing workflow.
Digital twin simulation of supply chain draws in disparate data sources to deliver efficiencies and prevent disruptions
Following its meteoric rise to social media prominence, TikTok’s parent company is confirmed as being the world’s seventh-biggest datacentre spender after just three years of expansion
Studies find cable and passive optical networking infrastructure technology driving broadband access equipment market while SD-WAN continues its sharp upward trajectory in first half of 2021
With the 2025 deadline getting closer, comms player BT launches services that its channel can take out to small customers
Covid-support loans given to startups through the UK government’s Future Fund have given it stakes in more than 150 high-growth enterprises
Channel player follows up maiden full-year numbers with signs that growth is continuing
The leak of a database of 61 million users of health-tracking devices includes records on individuals located in the UK
With the water usage habits of datacentres coming under increased scrutiny, research from resiliency think tank Uptime Institute highlights shortcomings in the sector's reporting of how much water facilities use
Mid-sized financial services organisations worldwide spend an average of over $2m recovering from ransomware attacks
Faster file caching and synchronization, as well as more frequent versioning, is now available through a new feature called Global File Acceleration for premium Nasuni subscribers.
Study urges UK government to deploy 5G, IoT and other digital and connectivity technologies in its forthcoming energy efficiency and sustainability strategy, claiming this could reduce emissions by up to 4% a year
In its first-quarter results for fiscal 2021-22, Oracle claims that 25% of its IaaS plus SaaS revenue represents 25% of its total
BEIS minister Paul Scully has Zoom call with three subpostmasters who were victims of the Post Office Horizon scandal
Organisations are storing more data, which will increase the workload of administrators managing database servers
Apple patches ForcedEntry vulnerability that was used to target political activists with spyware
An additional six subpostmasters’ convictions have been referred for appeal in Post Office IT scandal
Incumbent UK telco announces latest innovations in hollow core fibre by conducting trial of ultra-secure network communications using commercial equipment over a 6km long Lumenisity CoreSmart cable
While there have been successful deployments of robotic process automation in mature markets, adoption of the technology is largely in its infancy across Asia-Pacific, says a regional Blue Prism executive
Scam text messages are reaching pandemic proportions, thanks in part to the pandemic
An unknown group of cybercriminals has created a version of the Windows-only Cobalt Strike Beacon tool that works against Linux machines, which has been used in recent attacks.
The acquisition will be Tenable's first expansion into securing infrastructure as code, as it makes a push to identify and fix flaws in cloud-native software.
Massive data storage needs for enterprises likely include hybrid cloud, but experts warn against expecting the cloud to fully reduce costs.
ECI Software Solutions expands its ERP product roster with the acquisition of Deacom, which produces ERP applications for process and batch manufacturers.
Key IT systems remain shut off at Olympus, five days after what seems to have been a BlackMatter ransomware attack
Google is the latest tech giant to go public with its commitment to becoming a water-positive entity
To date, streaming database startup Materialize has not had a managed cloud service -- but that's changing, with a preview of the company's cloud DBaaS platform.
Swiss drone company partners with UK telecoms operator to test 5G-enabled, tethered drones in a simulated rescue mission as part of a trial to elevate possibilities for emergency services and first responders
Time to share details of some of the moves in the industry over the past week that caught the eye
Managed service providers do many positive things, but they also come with risk. Those that want to ensure they minimise those for customers need to be taking a close look at their vendor choices
UK government-recognised superfast and ultrafast broadband provider expands team to bring gigabit to rural Wales
Cabinet Office is seeking £300m-£400m in funding to build its replacement for the failed Gov.uk Verify system, which itself cost over £220m
Logistics startup Portcast will use its pre-Series A funding to expand globally and bolster its cloud-based service with prescriptive AI capabilities