European statistics agency’s survey into the cloud usage habits of EU member states reveals the UK to be among the continent’s biggest consumers of off-premise services
Third-party players looking to join Amazon Web Services' cloud data lineup tout hedges against cloud lock-in. The vendors must both compete and collaborate with the cloud leader.
The city of Paris is the latest to join the Tech Global Advocates network, offering a life raft to fintechs in the UK that want to retain customers across Europe
Latest worldwide server market tracker from analyst house IDC suggests hyperscale demand for datacentre hardware has fuelled record quarterly revenue growth for the sector
State-backed hackers in Iran have reportedly upped efforts to compromise US officials’ email accounts using phishing scams
Telecoms regulator is rolling out a range of measures to make the broadband market serve the interests of consumers better
Arguments continue over law that requires companies to work with government agencies to ensure that encrypted communications can be read if a crime is suspected
The combination of Lenovo RackSwitch models with Cumulus Linux and NetQ monitoring software is aimed at companies that prefer open networking in the data center.
Tavis Ormandy of Google's Project Zero discovered a serious authentication vulnerability in Logitech's Options application, but the peripheral device maker has yet to address the flaw.
Operation Sharpshooter is a recently discovered global cyberattack campaign targeting critical infrastructure organizations, including nuclear, defense and financial companies.
In an area vulnerable to hurricanes, restaurant chain Grupo Colón Gerena turned to Scale Computing's HC3 Cloud Unity and Google Cloud DR to stay ahead of the storms.
Businesses looking to reduce large one-time capital expenditures can now rent Avaya phones for a monthly fee.
Behind most enterprise developers who own and operate the services they create stands a platform engineering team that's teed up Kubernetes in its most manageable form.
Kubernetes 1.13 had the shortest release cycle in the project's history, which meant more than half the features slated for the release were pushed out, including GA for Windows support.
Guidance to SMEs from the ICO has stressed that after we leave the EU the need to keep an eye on data regulations will continue
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and the government are providing guidance for UK businesses, particularly SMEs, on how to prepare for a possible no-deal Brexit
Cyber security firm Venafi has launched a development fund aimed at accelerating the delivery of protection for machine identities
Social engineering is the core technique used in a series of cyber attacks targeting government, defence, nuclear, energy and financial organisations around the world, which means people are key to defence
The managed hosted player has reported decent improvements in revenue thanks in part to the acquisitions it made over the course of its last fiscal year
Russian state-run bank links up with San Francisco-based accelerator 500 Startups to provide expert advice to startups in a variety of tech fields
Financial services firms need to hire experienced chief technology officers as the sector is transformed through fintech
UK businesses in the trade sector are risking GDPR fines for failing to wipe data from old IT equipment, a survey shows
The majority of UK retailers are planning to increase cyber security measures during the Christmas season, a survey reveals
The Trade Union Congress has called on the government to create a million new high tech and manufacturing jobs over the next 12 years
Microsoft's new monitoring tools for AKS and its decision to sunset Azure Container Service trumpet the rise of Kubernetes as the de facto choice for container orchestration.
Microsoft looks to keep up in the AI race with a machine learning service that competes with offerings from AWS and Google, among others.
Hyper-convergence cut costs, streamlined operations and set up Amarillo to use the cloud for storage tiers, while shifting resources away from managing infrastructure.
Arista EOS containers have been integrated with Red Hat OpenShift and Tigera security software.
An Equifax breach report, based on a government investigation, blamed the incident on multiple security failures and concluded the breach was preventable.
Organizations can now buy multi-tenant Avaya cloud products through a self-service website targeted at small and midsize businesses.
IBM introduces new AI reference architecture that channel partners will build with Nvidia supercomputers, the IBM Spectrum Scale parallel file system and IBM flash storage.
Serverless might rule in the public cloud, but the new Pivotal Function Service targets enterprises that also have private clouds in their mix.
The last quarter saw the server market deliver high revenues and shipment growth as customers refreshed old kit
When it comes to SD-WAN technology, deployment options vary, largely dependent on business requirements. But a multiple-vendors strategy might be better than all-in-one SD-WAN.
The Department for Work and Pensions concludes the deployment of Universal Credit across the UK, meaning the full digital service is now available nationwide
Computer Weekly has announced the ninth annual UKtech50 – our definitive list of the movers and shakers in the UK IT sector
Finnish government plays vital role in helping IT sector recover from the shock of Microsoft taking over the country’s biggest company
The idea had been to start small and run a pilot but strong demand from partners meant that the vendor has gone live with its MSP programme
The vendor has made strides this year to put itself in a position to get 90% of its revenues coming via the channel in 2019
Security researchers have uncovered evidence of a sustained effort targeting Russian state-owned critical infrastructure companies by financially motivated non-state actors
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud juggernaut continues to go from strength to strength from quarter to quarter, but what is fuelling its non-traditional revenue growth trends?
Microsoft resolved a zero-day and a public disclosure this December patch Tuesday, while experts revisit 2018 in patching and what needs improvement.
VMware has introduced the NSX Service Mesh. Based on the Istio platform, the VMware service mesh manages traffic between microservices and enforces access policies.
As Kubernetes enters the enterprise mainstream, it has early adopters abuzz about security issues in the platform and the containers it orchestrates.
Another Google Plus data exposure -- this time potentially affecting more than 52 million users -- will cause the service to be shut down four months earlier than scheduled.
MillerCoors and IT services firm HCL have reached an 'amicable' agreement regarding the brewer's $100 million ERP implementation lawsuit over an SAP project.
Tibco’s strategic acquisition of Paris-based Orchestra networks will ‘benefit customers of both companies’
Mac malware appears in the WatchGuard top 10 malware list for first time, and 6.8% of major websites still use an insecure SSL protocol, according to the firm’s latest internet security report
A report from the CBI has called for the government to fast-track legislation to guarantee access to ultrafast network services
Despite government pledges to up cyber security spending across the NHS, there are still huge disparities in cyber security skills and spending on cyber security training, FoI requests reveal
Microsoft hopes a series of features, deployment options and price changes can convince more customers to migrate their database workloads to Azure and not to rival clouds.
Microsoft's Project Denali proposes industry specifications to spur NVMe storage device innovation for Azure and other cloud providers. Will storage vendors cooperate?
HR tech vendors make tools designed to improve a company's employee experience. So, it makes sense that a handful should appear on Glassdoor's Best Places to Work list, right?
Broadcom releases new Emulex Gen 7 Fibre Channel host bus adapter designed for high-performance NVMe-based flash storage systems with support for 32GFC and 64GFC and PCIe 4.0.
Online mobile lottery service Lottery.com wants to use blockchain as a service to bolster a new business initiative: expanding into games for charities. Read about the challenges and payoffs.
The vendor has added more depth to the channel model it launched in the summer
Operator will roll out small 4G and 5G-ready antenna to boost network coverage over short distances in areas of dense usage, using manhole covers, among other things
BT has added a next-generation text service to its InLink street kiosks to make the service more accessible to people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech impaired
Mobile network operator could seek up to £100m in damages from its supplier, which failed to update expired software certificates, causing a day-long outage
Formula E racing team EVR hopes to drive wins and innovation with a new partnership with Genpact, a professional services firm that offers an AI and analytics platform.
Banish thoughts of a Christmas slowdown in the recruitment world with plenty going on over the last week in the channel
A ship will soon be converted to a floating laboratory to test automation technologies at the Netherlands port
The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government digital innovation fund awarded to a range of projects, including chatbots, artificial intelligence and town planning transformation
Government needs to provide more support around cyber security issues in 2019, according to the majority of UK IT leaders polled