With enterprise customers adding more users as graph technology gains popularity, the vendor added features to make wide use of its SaaS platform easier and more secure.
The print and document specialist is back in the acquiring mood as it adds more depth to its services
The tech giant continued to build out its data fabric platform by acquiring a data startup with a platform that enables organizations to monitor and optimize data pipelines.
Cloud-based IoT technology can operate in remote environments where the impacts of climate change have become the hardest to monitor
Football club is working with IT services firm DXC to support its digital transformation on multiple fronts
A large number of technology employees think their organisations could be doing more to promote diversity and inclusion in their workplaces, says ThoughtWorks
Consolidation across the managed servicer provider community has continued, with two MSPs coming together
Offloading daily network management to networking vendors allowed Home Depot and Evernote to direct in-house IT staff to business-critical projects.
CityFibre releases research showing positive economic impacts of gigabit broadband roll-out to famous seaside resort
Sheffield-based datacentre liquid cooling firm wins funding from environment-focused global investment syndicate
Business division of UK cable provider announces switch-on of what it calls UK’s first 5G-connected hospital
Established security startups looking to grow and scale their operations are being invited to join the next phase of Plexal’s Cyber Runway programme
ESET researchers present new findings into a series of cyber attacks on the aerospace and defence sectors by North Korea’s Lazarus crime syndicate
Vodafone and Google Cloud have gone public with details of a jointly created artificial intelligence platform that is already live in more than 18 countries
More than nine in 10 banks across Asia-Pacific are increasing their cloud spending in 2022 after years of hesitation due to initial regulatory hurdles
Experts say trends involving new forms of leverage, increasing numbers of affiliates and the evolving cyber insurance market are shaping the ransomware landscape in 2022.
Cato opens PoP in Danish capital to bolster resiliency and extend converged security and networking capabilities across Nordic region
AI-driven networks provider claims industry first, with automation-driven metro networking service to deliver highest independently rated power efficiency, TCO reduction and industry-leading performance
Combined entity of Infinigate and Nuvias will create a powerful pan-European cyber security focused distributor
HMRC closes new applications to legacy customs system as its shutdown nears
After securing additional planning permission for the site of its now-abandoned datacentre build last year, Apple has seen the offer withdrawn by the High Court – which may complicate how it sells the land on
The NCSC has published refreshed guidance on cyber preparedness as the war on Ukraine continues, urging organisations to pay attention to the state of their security teams
Last year, five Dutch organisations launched an initiative to set up the Amsterdam Data Exchange to simplify data sharing and help democratise the internet
LogRhythm expects its business in the region to grow by over 20% this year thanks to demand from emerging economies where cyber security investments have not kept pace with cyber threats
Computer Weekly has announced the 12th annual UKtech50 – our definitive list of the movers and shakers in the UK tech sector
Nearly 70 MPs have called on the government to ban Chinese camera technology that is widely used by UK government agencies despite links to human rights abuses in China
The government has largely rejected the findings and recommendations of a House of Lords inquiry into police tech, which called for an overhaul of how police deploy artificial intelligence and algorithmic technologies
A busy seven days across the channel as executives are hired and positions are filled across various organisations
Research shows how direct fibre connections are lighting up the world of broadband, rapidly deposing copper-based legacy DSL networks
WikiLeaks founder is expected to raise concerns over the political nature of his prosecution, the likelihood of him receiving a fair trial, and the risk of a coercive plea bargain