Ensono, SADA and NWN Carousel target mainframe modernization, Google Cloud adoption and cloud-based unified communications, respectively; other IT channel news.
In this interview with Genesys CEO Tony Bates, we discuss the intersection of empathy and technology, as well as the future of video in the contact center tech stack.
Coud services player Pax8 has put some meat on the bones for those wondering about the benefits of partnering with the firm
MD appointed for what is regarded as a likely key growth engine for UK incumbent telco’s Enterprise business, moving it from a telco to a techco by expanding into services that go beyond traditional calls and lines
Changes at the top for distributor as long-serving CEO moves into a executive chairman position
Satellite providers take connectivity to higher orbit as Intelsat continues investment in global 5G software-defined network while Inmarsat supports IoT monitoring for RWE’s hydroelectric power stations in Wales
After spending 15 years at Google, Melody Meckfessel brought at least one key lesson to her data visualization startup Observable: 'no grumpy developers.'
The vendor's SaaS platform includes a newly released application, Connected Search. It's the first of several releases expected over the next year.
New court documents reveal that Google attempted to keep details of its anti-union campaign confidential by claiming attorney-client privilege
The consulting giant's new metaverse service and studio use Nvidia's Omniverse tools. They help creators looking to learn more about and build virtual and augmented reality worlds.
After a slew of cyber attacks hit major companies in the Nordics at the end of last year, we look at how they were affected and how they have recovered
Hackney councillors claim an IT audit report is exempt for disclosure as it relates to action taken in relation to the prevention, investigation or prosecution of crime
Mildenhall and Salisbury test sites will be first to stop selling copper-based services in 2022 in a further acceleration of Openreach’s plan to halt traditional broadband and voice services across the UK by 2025
How the Swedish bank’s robotic automation project reached its time-saving target with time to spare, automating 168 processes, creating an in-house RPA team and embedding automation in every department’s thinking
UK’s first region-wide 5G innovation company awarded funding to support the growth of innovative telecoms services across central England
Research from App Annie reveals most mobile-first environment ever seen, with more time than ever before spent in mobile apps, reaching 4.8 hours a day in the top mobile-first markets
Latest tranche of data from IR35 Shield's Impacts Survey suggests enterprises are increasingly seeking out alternative methods to assess the tax status of contractors rather than rely on HMRC’s CEST tool
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre joins US calls to be wary of Russian state interference in critical national infrastructure IT systems
Surrey and Sussex police forces call in regulators after 1,000 police officers downloaded an app to covertly record phone calls on police-issued mobile phones
The private lender will tap Google Cloud to power its customer acquisition engine and improve customer data management and analytics, among other areas
As companies plan for the post-pandemic reality, customer data platforms are expected to be a bigger part of marketing workflows and other emerging use cases.
With Envizi in the fold, the tech giant will be able to expand the environmental analytics capabilities of its platform and better enable customers who undertake ESG initiatives.
A group of European Parliament Members has called for an EU-wide investigation into NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware after it emerged EU member states may have used it
The synthetic data vendor works with customers in Europe and North America. Experts say more than half of AI projects will be created using synthetic models by 2024.
Exchange Server admins who had to cope with a Y2K22 error to start the new year have three more vulnerabilities of varying levels of severity to resolve for Patch Tuesday.
For the second year running, those selling PC hardware are celebrating another period of double-digit growth
Distribution giant shows it has benefited from getting bigger and has plans to continue that momentum in 2022
Public sector bodies in the UK recognise secure identity and access management as critical to the roll-out of digital services, but face challenges in addressing this
According to a new report from the Harvard Business Review and ThoughtSpot, empowering employees with self-service capabilities is fuel for a strong business intelligence program.
The DCMS has announced an AI Standards Hub, comprising The Alan Turing Institute, the National Physical Laboratory and the British Standards Institution to set a global bar for AI technical standards
Cloud-driven networking company partners with smart technologies provider to transform Swedish municipality into a smart city with secure and reliable public Wi-Fi and simplified network management
OVHCloud said it cannot comment at this time on the legal action, which is being embarked upon to compensate customers who claim to have lost data as a result of the public cloud firm’s datacentre fire in March 2021
Cisco Talos discovered threat actors taking advantage of public cloud services to spread remote administration tools such as NanoCore, NetWire and AsyncRAT.
The vendor's funding round was led by Advent International and Insight Partners. BigPanda plans to use the funds to build out its machine learning technology and product teams.
Internet of things research programme finds 4G represents 60% of the module models catalogued, spanning both high bandwidth and low bandwidth, with 5G lagging currently
With people continuing to work from home, remote access technologies have become key tools in supporting a hybrid workforce
Spending on IT and business process outsourcing services in Europe hits highest ever level in 2021, with cloud service spending continuing to grow rapidly
A larger than of late Patch Tuesday update from Microsoft comes as defenders continue to grapple with Log4Shell
The Dutch Institute for Vulnerability Disclosure has received a $100,000 donation to expand the scope of its work
New South Wales state agencies will be able to access Macquarie’s sovereign cyber expertise and secure cloud, network and datacentre services
Looking to expand software available for its quantum computers, IBM has added LG Electronics to its Quantum Network to explore offerings for the AI and IoT markets.
According to Microsoft, a threat actor tracked as DEV-0401 is utilizing Night Sky ransomware in its Log4j attacks, a variant first reported Jan. 1 that targets large enterprises.
Reintroduction of roaming charges by three of four telco giants sees eSIM providers lining up to take advantage
Customer experience leaders discuss strategies to accommodate customers who want contactless shopping, those who want in-person sales, and everything in between.
Whether by error or design is unclear, but a great many IT teams are still exposing themselves by downloading outdated, insecure versions of Apache Log4j
The year is still a matter of days old and already distributors and cloud specialists have opted to add more products and geographical coverage
A parliamentary select committee was told that the Post Office is unable to access information to accurately calculate compensation for some Horizon scandal victims
SonicWall's security appliances can be compromised by several attacks on five vulnerabilities, including one remote code execution bug, according to Rapid7.
VMware Tanzu Cloud Foundry users plan to move forward with the TAP Kubernetes platform, but VMware will be challenged to unseat Red Hat, SUSE and other competitors.
Which? singles out Metro Bank, Virgin Money and TSB over insecure online banking processes
Printers are at risk of attack, just as any other endpoint device, but many IT leaders are struggling to secure their print infrastructure
Further expansion from network provider will fulfil Fenland District Council’s digital needs, bringing previously unavailable full-fibre connectivity within reach of thousands of homes and businesses
SentinelOne researcher Max Van Amerongen said the only way to fix the high-severity vulnerability is to update the router firmware, which can be a difficult process.
Tech can help to ease the pressure on the health and care system, but basic infrastructure is lacking, a House of Commons report has found
Cyber risks are among the top five risks facing organisations and governments over the next two to five years. Digital inequality and the over-crowding of space with communication satellites present further risks
Proofpoint’s acquisition of Dathena will bolster its data loss prevention capabilities, enabling organisations to better understand information risk through the use of AI
The startup recently secured $300 million in Series C funding, which its CEO said it plans to use to advance its product and expand its engineering capabilities.
While illicit activity peaked at $14 billion in 2021, Chainalysis said it's a drop in the bucket compared with overall transactions amid 'roaring adoption' of cryptocurrency.
Google will roll out a host of Android OS updates and features throughout 2022 focused on improving interoperability between Android, Windows and Chrome devices.
Lawmakers and regulators are taking multiple approaches to reforming antitrust laws, including lawsuits against tech giants and antitrust reform bills.
Dell, Lenovo and HP have introduced laptops to help customers meet environmental, social and governance policies, which have become critical factors in buying decisions.
Network software firm enters collaboration with global communications infrastructure provider for smart city project
Changes coming at the end of the month as experienced distribution executives start fresh chapters
AMD's Ryzen 6000 series includes the Microsoft Pluton security processor, while Intel claims its Core i9-12900HK chip is the fastest mobile processor in the market.
A recent security update addressed a hypervisor takeover vulnerability in several VMware products, but the patch omitted one key server platform in ESXi 7.
HR users of Kronos payroll and timekeeping systems are moving to recovery from the ransomware attack. A complete restoration time frame will vary by user.
Elliot Shmukler, co-founder and CEO of Anomalo, details how he was inspired to build his data startup after a critical data failure while he was working at Instacart.
Marketers can now tap IBM's Weather Company data feed at the AWS Data Exchange. The question is, will they know how to use it proactively to execute timely campaigns?
What is claimed to be the world’s most advanced commercial communications satellite begins its journey to geostationary orbit
Mobile chipmaker enters into collaboration with Microsoft to design custom augmented reality chips and integrate software platforms
The acquisition, expected to close during the first quarter of 2022, adds cloud-native capabilities to Alteryx's platform and is aimed at accelerating its move to the cloud.
Comms tech provider lays claim to fastest downlink speeds recorded using a single user device during tests based on 5G standalone dual connectivity that aggregates mmWave and mid-band spectrum
Public sector spending on IT and communications was down in 2021, but some departments bucked the trend with major investments
There are many reasons young people aren’t choosing a career in tech, but it also seems they are leaving the industry when they find its culture isn’t inclusive enough
UK technology provider Digital Catapult and 5G accelerator 5PRING team up with Formula 1 to explore how 5G can elevate the experience of motor racing fans and unlock new commercial opportunities for F1 stakeholders
Besides multiple disclosed data breaches, department was also affected by two ransomware attacks
Konica Minolta Business Solutions finds that there is still a lot the channel can do to help customers concerned about data protection
Almost 100 MPs have backed a call for the government to reverse its decision to exclude 555 subpostmasters from fair compensation for their suffering and losses as a result of the Post Office Horizon scandal
The personal data of OG’s basic and gold members stored in a database managed by a third-party service provider was reportedly compromised