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Traditional banks face challenges in the coming years due to an increasing number of millennials only using digital banks
As it embarks upon a nationwide expansion of network, the fast-growing UK gigabit broadband provider enters into partnership to obtain network testing technology to guarantee buildout optimisation
Partners to deploy cloud-native dual-mode 5G core to bring the full promise of 5G services to business users
Vast Data sticking to its plan to provide no-tier “universal storage” via QLC flash and a 3D Xpoint read/write buffer that uses a containerised control plane
Information commissioner’s concern over the problematic use of facial recognition in public spaces has prompted her to publish official guidance on its deployment, while civil society calls for an outright ban
Private equity player continues to expand its channel portfolio by moving for cloud and digital transformation player ANS
Six of the most successful companies to have come through Lorca’s existing accelerators are being inducted into an intensive programme
Local authority is embarking on a multi-faceted datacentre revamp to protect it from cyber criminals and ensure it can bounce back more quickly from potential outages
Vendor has completed pilot of programme and is getting more partners involved with its desktop-as-a-service offering
Latest data breach at Covid-hit cruise line comes hot on the heels of two recent ransomware attacks and a spring 2020 breach
Social housing business has migrated to Microsoft Office 365 on Azure, but needed long-term data retention to comply with General Data Protection Regulation
The Taskforce on Innovation, Growth and Regulatory Reform has recommended completely scrapping safeguards against automated decision making from the UK GDPR
Nokia to work with leading Danish mobile operators via their joint network to accelerate the delivery of 5G services across Denmark following the availability of 3.5GHz spectrum
During a webcast, members of the SolarWinds incident response team explained how a lucky break with a virtual machine aided their investigation into the historic breach.
The Federal Reserve's concerns about the labor market spoke to a major HR problem -- namely, quit rates and retirements. It's unclear how much help recruiting tech can deliver.
Industry experts are wary of OpenShift Virtualization, but some Red Hat users favor it to help with application modernization and, in one case, nested Kubernetes clusters.
Trade association members drive launch of new standard for wireless networking, now including Orion Wi-Fi from Google’s Area 120, the first full deployment compliant with the standard
Infinidat's new all-solid-state InfiniBox SSA storage array is built on the same deep-learning software and DRAM cache technology that its flagship disk-based InfiniBox models use.
Emil Eifrem, CEO and co-founder of Neo4j, discusses how the graph database vendor is seeing growing demand for its technology, with applications for data science and supply chain.
Research from Schneider Electric has indicated that the demand generated by IT for power will increase significantly and actions to counter carbon dioxide rises need to be considered
Microsoft has redesigned Teams for the hybrid workplace. Other 365 productivity apps receiving updates throughout the year include Outlook, Whiteboard and OneNote.
Leading US operator taps IT giant for cloud-native, open 5G radio access network and edge compute technology and announces collaboration on go-to-market strategies for joint edge solutions
The government’s tech recovery programme includes a pledge to shift towards data interoperability and phasing out legacy systems
Gov.uk’s measurement approach is expected to enhance the experience of 335 million users of the government’s online platform
Currently ranked as the 15th most powerful supercomputer in the world, Lenovo and Intel’s tech will be used to up the performance and compute capabilities of the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre’s HPC environment
A surge in malicious domain registrations ahead of Amazon Prime Day indicates cyber criminals have set their sights on exploiting vulnerable shoppers
Softcat leader picks up award that resulted from views expressed by the channel player’s own employees
Salesforce to release more employee experience tools on Work.com to support the onboarding and well-being of workers who remain remote after the pandemic passes.
There’s a shortage of IT professionals in the Netherlands, but the skills gap can be bridged by attracting further women to the sector
Rapid transition from limited on-premise systems to cloud-based video conferencing and workstream collaboration sees leading London legal firm gain ‘frictionless’ digital workplace for a team-centric experience
Accenture’s latest acquisition will boost the part of the organisation that helps manufacturers and engineering firms be more like Tesla
The Host in Ireland-backed effort to get the Irish datacentre community to throw its weight behind growing the country’s population of bees and other pollinators has entered a new phase
Colocation giant Equinix is setting science-based targets to help guide its efforts to curb the amount of greenhouse gases generated by its global operations and supply chain partners
Australian healthcare service provider has restored key corporate systems and integrations between applications following a cyber attack earlier this year
Cloud provider’s Wavelength system to be carried on European operator’s 4G and 5G networks to deliver ultra-low-latency capabilities to UK business customers and software developers serving the UK market
Driven by China, North America and the Gulf Cooperation Council markets, 5G remains on track to become the fastest adopted mobile generation in history, with subscriptions increasing at a rate of about a million per day, says latest Ericsson Mobility Report
Discussions between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin on cyber crime appear to have been somewhat positive, but the path ahead remains unclear
The regional telecoms group plans to use Google Cloud’s compute, storage and networking services across the six telcos under its fold
During a Senate subcommittee antitrust hearing, Amazon and Google claimed to be making their connected IoT devices more interoperable. Others disagreed.
Corporate embrace of remote work may encourage employers to do more hiring in lower-cost regions, including other countries, according to a U.K. study.
The number of job vacancies in the UK tech sector has reached the highest level since 2016, with massive expansion of remote working opportunities and growing demand for software developers
New modules from Harness may entice customers to buy more of its CI/CD software, but unseating DevOps pipeline tools from larger vendors remains a daunting challenge.
In this Q&A, Infor CEO Kevin Samuelson and CTO Soma Somasundaram discuss the company's approach to cloud ERP, which focuses on multi-tenancy and deep industry specificity.
Grax History Stream simplifies the process of pulling Salesforce data, converting it to Parquet format, then feeding it to Amazon Redshift or other analytics tools.
The impact of the arrests is unknown, as Clop's ransomware leak site remains online after the arrests. The scale of the gang's current operation is also unknown.
Global digital transformation survey finds nine out of ten companies reviewed remote connectivity strategy during lockdown and secure access service edge gains huge interest
The management consulting firm has published a list of innovations that could disrupt business models, with many related to IT
Some key trends driving product development include a single interface to work with data, embedded BI, and AI and ML, according to Tableau's tech chief.
Zscaler analyzed 1,500 networks and found administrators are leaving basic points of entry wide open for attackers as neglected servers are falling by the wayside.
A UK-based trade union for technology workers and others employed by tech companies is organising around the issue of worker’s privacy and workplace monitoring
The Spaces feature set will let users reply to messages directly, set custom availability statuses and converse in chatrooms while working on documents.
Tech Nation has launched a public diversity and inclusion “toolkit” including guidance for tech company founders to help create more inclusive businesses
The pandemic has prompted many channel players to pause and think about just how effective their current marketing model is
Restrictions in everyday life brought by the Covid-19 pandemic fuelled an increase in the use of contactless payment technology during 2020
Ukrainian police report they have taken down the Cl0p, aka Clop, ransomware operation following a lengthy investigation
IBM’s bid to build a sector-specific cloud platform to accelerate the adoption of off-premise technologies among financial services companies continues to gather pace
Computer Weekly is now looking for nominations for its 2021 list of the most influential women in UK technology
UK’s ability to capitalise on solid current momentum in roll-out of next-generation gigabit broadband is at risk because too few consumers are aware of the technology and its benefits, study warns
The National University of Singapore and Nanyang Technological University will research on cooling technologies that help to lower the power consumption and carbon footprint of topical datacentres
Following Veeam's acquisition by Insight Partners, the data protection vendor sought to make gains among U.S. government customers. The unveiling of a subsidiary is the next step.
Health secretary tells CogX 2021 conference in London that huge opportunities lie ahead in the application of analytics to pseudonymised patient data
Are the two dominant mobile operating system providers anti-competitive? The Competition and Markets Authority shines a spotlight on the two digital giants
Travel retail company Travelport has turned to AWS to help bolster the performance and scalability of its flagship holiday booking platform
Security player will work with business membership group to help protect and train its extensive small business community
Ransomware attacks have become a big driver of cyber insurance claims, but insurance must not be relied upon as a failsafe, says a report
Databricks has been expanding its footprint across the Asia-Pacific region amid growing interest among traditional enterprises and digital native companies in the data lakehouse architecture
International private healthcare provider is on a multi-year, cloud-led digital transformation push with the help of long-time tech collaborator Microsoft
New research from Cybereason offers troubling findings for organizations that pay ransoms, from repeat attacks to corrupted data and faulty decryption tools.
Risk Ledger’s technology promises ‘unparalleled’ visibility into NHS Test and Trace’s supply chain
In the wake of the pandemic, SAP users focus on e-commerce, and SAP puts new emphasis on headless configurations as well as its Upscale Commerce package.
Apple said both WebKit zero-days, which affect older iOS devices, have reportedly been exploited in the wild, but further details about the threat activity are unknown.
Veritas NetBackup is combating ransomware with data immutability for AWS S3 environments, anomaly detection, container backup and a next-gen Flex appliance.
RootMetrics analysis of UK 5G sees rapid improvement in overall network capability, with BT-owned network recording the highest availability in all four cities tested and fastest download speed approaching 200Mbps
Leading comms tech provider and local Oman operator begin 4G and 5G fixed wireless access deployment for services covering homes and businesses throughout the country
Data from the IAPP’s latest salary survey reveals some insight into how the pandemic impacted the privacy profession
Research issued by cloud security specialists gives channel pointers on some of the current pain points for customers
Government backs a group of UK tech companies and associations to combat the climate emergency, drive green investment and help consumers make greener choices
Communications and services giant enhances portfolio of internet of things routers to unite edge networks and scale IoT deployments in factory and production environments
UK organisations will increase IT outsourcing following the Covid-19 pandemic
Accelerator will see a cohort of 10 space startups use AWS to accelerate their research, development and growth
Mizuho Bank president takes the blame for widespread IT system failures at the organisation
Milena Nikolic will take on the role of leading the company’s tech innovation.
NCSC CEO urges organisations to do more to prepare for ransomware attacks
Supplier is working on a two-year project to create a digital identity service through a suite of common platforms that will be adopted across Scottish government
Healthcare providers are harnessing data analytics to improve clinical and operational outcomes even as they continue to face challenges in data aggregation and data protection
Azure Virtual Desktop will let people use their Azure Active Directory credentials to sign in to any device. Microsoft plans more integration between the two products later.
Victims of the breach continue to emerge, and one customer said it could have acted sooner, but a critical alert about a zero-day never left Accellion's email system.
A House subcommittee introduced a group of antitrust reform bills that could reshape how companies like Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook do business.
Animation and advertising studio Psyop transitioned to fully remote work with the help of Qumulo, a hybrid cloud storage vendor with products specifically for media companies.
Data privacy laws are becoming part of a 'modern economy,' according to Google's Kate Charlet, director for data governance.
2021 Submarine Cable Map research reveals the changing dynamics in the market
Analysis of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on attitudes to future working practices in the UK reveals that population wants more remote working despite technical hurdles
It’s been another busy few days across the industry, with some senior movers and shakers taking up fresh challenges
The G7 urges Russia to do more to hold criminal ransomware gangs operating from within its borders to account as it commits to more action on the issue
Storage firm’s channel boss indicates that distribution will be given an opportunity to support its as-a-service push
Operator selects Dell Technologies, NEC, Samsung, Wind River, Capgemini Engineering and Keysight Technologies to build what it says will be one of the largest Open RAN networks in the world
Colocation giant Equinix is embarking on a series of limited liability partnerships with long-standing investment partner GIC to ramp up the number of hyperscale datacentres in its global portfolio
The Australian health and aged care provider migrated its procurement and invoicing systems to the cloud in just six months to improve efficiency and security