As employers move from degree-based to skills-based hiring, Workday says employers need a way to translate skills from vendor to vendor. Its new tool is billed to do just that.
The National Crime Agency did not seek a written explanation of a French hacking technique before applying for a surveillance warrant to use French “intercept” in the UK, a court heard
Microsoft's Windows 11 2022 Update includes features for protecting sensitive corporate data and helping remote workers avoid malware and phishing attacks.
Investigatory Powers Tribunal hears that the National Crime Agency made ‘serious and fundamental errors’
Fresh CEO comes in as former incumbent heads to a role at parent company with brief to look for further growth across Europe
Microsoft threat researchers have reported on a series of cyber attacks in which enterprises with lax IAM policies had their systems hijacked to conduct spam email campaigns
Cloud player will spend the money over the next three years to enhance and grow its partner base
The government has confirmed that the 2017 and 2021 roll-out of the IR35 reforms to the public and private sectors, respectively, will be repealed in April 2023
Happy Birthday MicroScope! As the publication turns 40, we look back on where it began and what was making the headlines back in 1982
Chair of statutory public inquiry into the Post Office Horizon scandal has aired his disappointment over the slow progress in making interim payments to victims
HMRC is urging employers to ensure their payroll software systems are updated now, before the reversal of the previous government’s National Insurance tax hike kicks in
Singapore-based insurer Great Eastern made painstaking efforts to rid itself of legacy systems and transformed its IT organisation to become nimbler by building up its cloud and DevOps capabilities
Commvault's new ThreatWise deception technology in its Metallic SaaS application tricks ransomware into triggering the alarms that alert security of a breach.
As the prospect of federally mandated SBOM drives up usage of the software supply chain security tech, the government's documentation so far adds to risky confusion, experts say.
The vendor has integrated its Nexus MLOps platform with Nvidia GPU architecture and the NetApp data management and storage system to help organizations better deploy ML projects.
New Everbridge CEO David Wagner details his areas of focus for the company. Investor Ancora has suggested that a private equity firm should acquire Everbridge.
Trellix researchers issued a call for help to patch a vulnerable software module, which was found in more than 300,000 open source GitHub repositories.
The data management and analytics tools, including new data sharing and data lake platforms, are designed to let users access more data at lower expense.
Deal worth not far off £40m will give Canadian cloud and IT solutions player a greater foothold in the UK
Thirteen high-growth startups set to join Tech Nation’s 11th annual Future Fifty programme to help them scale further
Increasing interest in the security sector from Nordic private equity firms is a reflection of growing threats and increasing enterprise security budgets
A new integration with GitLab, a multi-tenant environment and enhancements to the Extense Framework are designed to further the embedded BI capabilities of the vendor's platform.
Microsoft Viva Sales takes AI notes from calls and automates data entry and other routine tasks. It's the latest tech to improve the sales rep experience.
Vendor looks to improve profitability and ease sales processes with a number of improvements to its partner programme
The Crown Commercial Service has launched a big data and analytics framework worth up to £2bn over the course of the agreement
The regulator sees its role expanding into emerging areas of communications technologies and public cloud services
Researchers from Symantec share fresh insight into the ongoing development of the ransomware-as-a-service family known variously as ALPHV, BlackCat and Noberus
Iconic bootmaker laces up for a strategy to move all applications to the cloud, beginning with cloud-to-cloud backup for Microsoft 365 apps plus on-site VMware operations
A group of privacy-focused organisations have come together to establish a set of principles for taking the internet back from big tech and surveillance capitalism
Amex will add 5,000 IT professionals to its workforce in 2022 as digital products and services become the staple of the finance sector
New research from Okta shows that cybercrime groups have stepped up their attacks on multifactor authentication systems in an effort to thwart account security measures.
Salesforce grows up by connecting all its clouds to one data platform. The hard part will be demonstrating value behind the investments it will require.
After a year in preview, the database vendor is making its serverless offering generally available. It provides a new production-ready database for distributed SQL.
In this Q&A, Harness' field CTO Nick Durkin shares his thoughts on the impossible burden that shift left places on developers and what can be done to lessen the load.
In this Q&A, SuccessFactors' Meg Bear discusses the evolution of the workforce and how SAP's human experience management platform and vision for a whole-self model fit in.
The contractor community is patiently awaiting the outcome of this Friday’s mini-Budget, with hopes for some concrete details on the Prime Minister’s proposed IR35 review and news of a corporation tax cut
Jigsaw24 looks to help Windows specialists cover all the bases with a service that will ensure they match levels of support across a wider range of devices
The NCSC has published tailored advice to support online retailers, hospitality providers and utility services in protecting themselves and their customers from cyber crime
Channel player Bytes joins growing list of firms that have reported a decent first half, with hopes of that continuing over the rest of the year
ServiceNow doubled down on its commitment to take the complexity out of digital transformation projects with a new version of its ServiceNow platform sporting new AI capabilities.
European Central Bank’s digital Euro investigation phase is at the point of developing and testing systems that might interface with consumers
The developer of Cobalt Strike issued an out-of-band security update to address a cross-site scripting vulnerability in the popular penetration testing suite.
A Python tarfile vulnerability first disclosed in 2007 still persists to this day, according to analysis from Trellix
In this Q&A, IntelliProp CEO John Spiers talks about his vision for CXL and how it will affect both storage performance and the storage market.
Thanks to 5G, it may soon be possible add a third dimension to video calls using ‘realistic’ holograms
Spending on 5G fixed wireless access services is set to explode globally over the next 12 months
Salesforce co-CEOs Marc Benioff and Bret Taylor vaunt their Genie customer data platform as real-time harbinger of eventual post-pandemic new normal at Dreamforce 2022
Distributor talks of building a wider solution with the addition of the vendor’s portfolio, and will be looking to grow the partner base for the firm
Nearly half of ANZ organisations are still using backup and recovery systems from over a decade ago, hampering their ability to protect their data assets and recover from ransomware attacks
Slack chat can bury vital knowledge under a flood of new messages. The company said its Canvas tool will let workers pull out, save and collaborate on specific material.
A new software supply chain security module for Aqua's platform correlates runtime security monitoring with pre-deployment scans as IT pros look to merge disparate tools.
The database vendor is continuing its effort to evolve the Apache Druid database, developing new capabilities to help users more easily load and transform data.
The new service lets enterprises build metaverse applications. The vendor also introduced new large language model services and unveiled upgrades to its H100 hardware line.
The 12th annual Global Data Center Survey from resiliency think tank Uptime Institute suggests the industry has work to do to improve its reporting on sustainability, as regulation looms large
Digital challenger bank has warned its customers to be vigilant after their data was exposed in a cyber attack
A couple from Vietnam who claim to be behind a destructive wiper cyber attack on hotel operator IHG told the BBC how they orchestrated their operation
Rockstar Games was hit over the weekend by an attacker who claimed to have accessed its Slack channel to steal data on an upcoming release, and may be the same person who compromised Uber
A collaboration between NHS Scotland, industry partners and academia aims to launch large-scale programmes to improve population health in the country through digital technologies and new patient pathways
Dutch student team aims to make the world of flying more sustainable by creating a global network of autonomously flying cargo drones that can have their batteries swapped mid-air.
New capabilities scheduled for release as part of the vendor's final two platform updates in 2022 are designed to speed the ability to reach insights and take actions.
The combination is designed to enable joint customers of the analytics vendor and CRM giant to more easily connect to their customer data and surface insights.
Salesforce Genie delivers a suite of automation, analytics and customer data tools the company claims is one of its biggest innovations over its 20-plus year history.
Indian organisations are speeding up deployments of AI across multiple sectors, but legacy systems, siloed data and a shortage of AI-specific talent will stand in the way of greater adoption
Uber said a hacker from the Lapsus$ group used stolen credentials from a contractor to gain access to several important silos within its internal network.
An evolving MSP software market offers service providers wider choices for running their businesses. Will they embrace platform consolidation or consider other options?
Dell jumps on the Red Hat OpenShift bandwagon with its Apex container management products, intensifying uncertainty about the future of VMware Tanzu under Broadcom.
A threat actor this weekend published in-development footage from a forthcoming 'Grand Theft Auto' video game and claimed to have breached its publisher, Rockstar Games.
The still-strong job market may be the fuel that keeps quiet quitting alive. Employee fear over job loss has been replaced by an overconfidence in finding a new one.
From empowering citizen developers to deploying drones to monitor the health of cocoa trees, Mondelez has been firing on all cylinders to disrupt the old ways of doing things