Biden wants bipartisan legislation strengthening antitrust enforcement and stopping big tech companies' collection of personal data.
Scottish National Party MP Stewart McDonald says his personal emails have been hacked by a group linked to the Russian state in a targeted phishing attack
Ramzan Abubakarov of Hendon will serve three-year prison sentence after using Telegram to coordinate series of frauds which netted almost £2m
Distributor shuffles senior management and looks to experience as it starts a fresh chapter
Tech giant introduces cloud services in Operations Dashboard to increase industrial asset visibility and provide industrial IoT customers with path to cloud automation for Operational Technology
The vendor unveiled three new tools during its virtual user conference, including an automated catalog and a tool that automatically indexes and caches data.
The Ministry of Defence has updated its cloud strategy, as it prepares to move more of its highly classified data and workloads off-premise in the years to come
The vendor plans to invest in attracting new Global 2000 customers and enhancing tools that enable users to monitor the health of their data throughout the analytics process.
Westminster has opened a new consultation on proposed reforms to the Computer Misuse Act of 1990, but campaigners who want the law changed to protect cyber professionals have been left disappointed
Japanese giant Rakuten bought Kubernetes management platform Robin.io and put it in 50,000-plus telco antennas. Now it aims Symworld Cloud at enterprise edge deployments
The homegrown Android-based mobile operating system could reduce India’s reliance on foreign software, but uncertainties around market adoption and software updates remain
Zoom cuts 1,300 jobs due to the current economic downturn, saying it can no longer support the number of workers it hired during the pandemic. It also cut executive salaries.
WD has quietly released a dual-actuator HDD, bringing dense drives with higher transfer rates, but customers can't reap the full benefits just yet.
The AI search race heated up as Microsoft infused its struggling Bing search engine with OpenAI technology and Google introduced Bard, a lightweight version of its LaMDA chatbot.
Updates set to ship this week and next quarter will unify data collection for Cisco's observability and security tools and catch them up with full-stack competitors.
NetApp introduces a myriad of buying options and hybrid cloud capabilities for VMware workloads on Google Cloud. Soon-to-come: new QLC all-flash arrays.
For the first time, the UK has a Cabinet-level role responsible for all science and technology policy, as part of prime minister Rishi Sunak’s departmental reshuffle
IBM’s UK and Ireland channel lead is excited by the prospect of making a difference in the role and helping the vendor increase its partner business
Vendor provides update on how 2022 went for its channel business across the region
Jaguar Land Rover has announced new apprenticeship programmes to help the firm to develop future automobile technologies
The LockBit ransomware gang claims it has stolen sensitive data from Royal Mail and will leak it later this week if its demands go unmet
MPs claim the involvement of a bank-sponsored organisation in reimbursing victims of APP fraud would be a conflict of interest
The UK Treasury has launched a consultation paper to help lay the foundations for a ‘profound decision’ over a digital currency
NetApp C-series QLC-based array family offers flash speed with capacity, while Advance adds subscription upgrades to owned hardware, as well as a new entry-level A-series array
UK’s independent full-fibre providers express fear that likely regulatory green light for new wholesale pricing from market leader threatens competitiveness of UK gigabit sector
ASUS research highlights differing attitudes towards datacentre energy efficiency by UK firms depending on how big their server farm estate is
In an interview with Computer Weekly, the digital head at Mars, Marijn Grevink, takes the wrapper off digital transformation at the company in the Netherlands
TSB joins Barclays in adopting banking pods to ensure customers have access to physical banking services as the number of high street branches declines
Police in the Netherlands, Belgium and Poland raided 80 addresses after covertly intercepting messages from the Exclu encrypted messaging app
Dell joined Microsoft in cutting 5% of its workforce due to slowing PC sales. The company said the action will better position it for future growth.
Online bank Virgin Money was found to have the weakest online and application security measures in a Which? study but Nationwide, TSB and The Co-Operative Bank all failed on multiple points, too.
The suspect in the infamous cyber attack, Julius Kivimäki, is a 25-year-old Finnish man who was arrested after being remanded in absentia in October 2022.
he attacks exploited a two-year-old heap overflow vulnerability in VMware ESXi. Many questions remain about the scope of the campaign and the threat actor behind it.
A real-time data-sharing platform originally built to identify money laundering is also being applied to the fight against authorised push payment fraud
The apprenticeship levy was developed in 2017 to boost access to skills for UK business, but many are concerned it isn’t fit for purpose
Market analysis from Context indicates that channel promotions have had an impact
Industry studies underscore businesses' continuing struggle to obtain cloud computing benefits. A greater focus on strategy, financial management and co-innovation could help.
Royal Mail has restored almost all of its international services to some extent, but remains unable to accept parcels bought over the counter in a Post Office branch
A Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report says the department is ‘not well setup’ to effectively implement its digital change, and calls for both a cultural and organisational shift at the Ministry of Defence (MoD)
A vulnerability in VMware ESXi servers that users should have patched in 2021 is now being exploited to spread ransomware
Research reveals hot streak for fifth-generation mobile communications, with revenues from networks set to double over the next four years, and identifies work needed to make sixth-generation a viable prospect
An AI engine developed by Singapore startup EntoVerse is helping cricket farmers improve yield by optimising environmental and other conditions
Over half of Australian organisations failed to invest enough in cyber security in past three years, though awareness is improving in aftermath of high-profile data breaches