Mitigating risks from generative AI tools such as ChatGPT means involving humans in final decision-making and establishing guardrails.
As the economy softens, HR tech companies are trimming payrolls. Several with $1 billion valuations have announced layoffs this month, citing concern for the future.
Dogged by stalled PC sales and tighter IT spending, Intel once again reported down revenues. CEO Pat Gelsinger highlighted progress and plans to remedy the issue.
Unsafe memory access can cause financial woes for enterprises and personal harm to individuals, experts say, advising enterprises to switch to memory-safe languages.
Next Pathway's Shift Cloud will provide companies with a pay-as-needed option for performing ETL code translation for data warehouse cloud migrations.
Once the deal closes, the trigger can be pulled on taking advantage of a wider portfolio of technologies and services
Latest data from Synergy Research Group reveals uptick in enterprise on-premise IT infrastructure spending
Study examining topics ranging from gigabit-capable broadband to 5G, smart places, telecoms and net-zero finds progress being made in UK local government, but challenges remain in the drive to improve digital connectivity
A large number of people in their 50s or older want to gain new digital skills, but aren’t getting the support they need to do so
Analyst finds that BT-owned mobile service sweeps board in terms of nationwide network quality through performance, reliability, speed, data, calls and texting
Research shows that enterprise network-as-a-service opportunities abound but comms service providers will need to overhaul investment and go-to-market strategies before adoption becomes widespread
Digital minister Paul Scully defends government Online Safety plans to give secretary of state powers to direct Ofcom
SAP has announced full-year 2022 revenue of nearly €31bn, up 11% year on year. In 2023, it will explore a sell-off of Qualtrics stake and do a restructure, with an impact on 2.5% of staff
The FBI hacked into Hive’s servers, stole its decryption keys and then took down its servers in a major action that has successfully disrupted a prolific and dangerous ransomware operation
Israeli startup Deci claims GPU-like performance in running computer vision and natural language processing models on Intel’s fourth-generation Xeon processors
President Joe Biden wants Section 230 and antitrust reform, as well as federal privacy regulation and transparency into AI algorithms.
The early stage startup, co-founded by Juniper and CloudBees vets, adds a "stupid easy" option for application auto-discovery and ongoing management, according to Mirantis.
SAP is reducing its workforce in a 'targeted restructuring' and selling Qualtrics. The layoffs mimic other vendors, and the sale could benefit both companies, analysts said.
Real-time analysis is critical as organizations try to compete amid economic uncertainty. Continuous intelligence data streaming technology is one way to do it.
The FBI infiltrated Hive's network in July 2022 and obtained decryption keys, which it distributed to victims to prevent $130 million in ransom payments, according to the DOJ.
The electrical wholesaler plans to migrate to Equinix datacentres and use Greenlake to run IT services in the cloud
New functionality in Oracle Supply Chain Management helps companies more accurately track shipments and understand the provenance of product components.
Royal Mail has successfully stood up its International Tracked and Signed, and International Signed, services as it continues to recover from a ransomware attack
One area tipped for growth by analysts and vendors is managed detection and response – the challenge for partners is to keep on top of training and vendor relationships
More people than ever before switched their current account provider using the government’s switching service
Research shows retail technology requirements are becoming denser and more complex, from immersive and live-streaming services to new forms of delivery and smart inventory
Just one in 10 large enterprises are expected to have mature and measurable zero-trust programmes in place by 2026, study finds
Spear-phishing campaigns likely linked to Iranian and Russian espionage activity are targeting persons of interest in the UK, warns the NCSC
The OpenSSF leader lays out plans fund open source software supply chain security in a slowing economy and to speak out against the EU's Cyber Resilience Act.
When combined with other types of data, location information can add important context that leads to the well-informed insights that result in decisions and actions.
The conversational AI tool could make it hard to detect attackers due to how conversant and grammatically correct it is. A way to combat that is to create a detector.
TypeScript catches errors at compile time, which benefits developers and users. But the language isn't suitable for every project due to its additional overhead.
While Microsoft revenues grew slightly in its second fiscal quarter, the company's cloud revenues continue to stall as users become more conservative with their IT spending.
A security contractor for Baltimore County Public Schools mistakenly opened a suspicious phishing email attachment in an unsecure environment, leading to the ransomware attack.
With some of the biggest tech firms in the world announcing mass redundancies, will the flood of new entrants to the jobs market affect the prospects of IT contractors already looking for work amid the cost-of-living crisis?
With both Mitel and Unify using the channel, the consequences of a tie-up should benefit a wide number of partners
Automation and AI is improving how the service delivery team assesses the business impact of an IT service degradation
The UK government’s investigation into the merits of a central bank digital currency gathers pace at it looks for a team leader
A cyber attack that struck car dealer Arnold Clark prior to Christmas has been claimed as the work of the Play ransomware cartel
Vendors iplicit and Sycope look to partners as a way to help drive growth in the UK and extend their market reach
The annual State of DevOps report has focused on a phenomenon known as platform engineering
Just over a year after UK business connectivity provider opened its first metro access network to offer last-mile services direct to nearly 10,000 regional businesses, such services are now live in four key UK cities as part of an ongoing expansion programme
Accelerated digitisation of supply chains is introducing more cyber risk for which many organisations seem unprepared, according to the BSI’s annual report on supply chain risk
Analyst makes bullish predictions for next-gen mobile-based internet of things and communications platforms-as-a-service markets
Researchers from Tokyo University of Science have combined the best of homomorphic encryption and secret sharing in a new method to handle encrypted data
Microsoft 365 is in the midst of an outage that has left users across the UK and beyond unable to access Teams, Outlook and Exchange Online
Need for increased data capacity and flexible scalability highlighted by 32% traffic growth on its mobile network,16% growth in broadband data downloads and a peak traffic load of 22TB over the past year
Amazon Web Services’ new Melbourne cloud region will better serve Australian customers such as ANZ Bank and is expected to benefit over 2,500 full-time jobs in the country
HR tech spending will increase slightly, although some investments may be harder to track given the rise of WorkTech.
The DOJ alleges that Google maintains an illegal monopoly over advertising technology used by website publishers and advertisers.
GoTo's breach update follows the recent disclosure made by GoTo subsidiary LastPass, which similarly lost significant sensitive customer data in a breach last year.
Chinese companies supplying network components, known as IoT modules, post a greater long-term threat to UK security than the now banned 5G supplier Huawei, according to a study by a Chinese expert and former diplomat
Distributor Arrow will deliver Lenovo’s infrastructure-as-a-service offering globally, adding it onto the list of products available on its cloud platform
Gaps and limitations in how insurers respond to cyber risk need to be addressed, according to the Bank of England regulator, the Prudential Regulation Authority
Microsoft, UBS and others back developers' use of open source carbon-aware tools. Two case studies -- one enterprise and one academic -- demonstrate green software tools in action.
Gary Delooze to join Co-operative Bank as CIO after six years heading up Nationwide Building Society’s IT department
As the tech industry suffers layoffs and slowing growth, IT organizations such as Boeing are handing some of their IT vendors pink slips of their own.
There has been a dramatic increase in attacks exploiting the ProxyNotShell/OWASSRF exploit chains to target Microsoft Exchange servers
Yahoo! was the most frequently phished brand during the last three months of 2022, according to a report
Suppliers to small and medium-sized enterprises need to offer more choice when embedding financial products in their services if take-up is to increase
What is described as ‘transformative’ subsea cable lands at the Vodacom facility in Gqeberha at South Africa’s Eastern Cape to provide a gateway to direct international connectivity for faster, more reliable internet services in the country and drive digital inclusion
Korean tech giant makes further strides in 5G in first demonstration of network slicing using RIC on a live 5G SA network with leading Japanese operator, and signs patent agreement with Finnish comms tech provider to combine 5G technology expertise
The investment was expected as ChatGPT drew immediate worldwide attention. Observers now look to Google to see how the dominant search vendor will respond to ChatGPT's popularity.
Service providers are looking to cybersecurity and cloud consulting services -- particularly those that optimize clients' existing resources -- to sustain their growth in 2023.
Research from Datto has provided an update on attitudes across the customer base, and findings from S-RM has underlined ongoing problems developing in-house expertise
Since revealing startling statistics about the prevalence of a 15-year-old Python vulnerability, Trellix says it has helped fix almost 62,000 vulnerable projects in the past four months
Amidst growing privacy concerns and data breach threats, Apple launched Advanced Data Protection for U.S. customers last month to secure almost all data stored in iCloud.
Ankara-based NGX offers block, file and unified storage with use of cache and RAM to speed access. Software-defined storage, cloud and NVMe-over-fabrics are also coming
The Royal Society says public sector bodies should lead the way in piloting privacy-enhancing technologies to unlock the value of data without compromising privacy and data rights, but lack of standards and incentives mean adoption is slow
Latest chapter in UK Emergency Services Network saga sees termination of Motorola contract for comms equipment and supplies, software packages and software development services
Cash-strapped charities without the resource to tackle their resilience deficit are increasingly at risk from malicious actors, says the NCSC
US bank makes tech job cuts as its digital transformation moves into a new phase
An outage of a critical FAA system highlights a need for enterprises to ensure availability and recovery of critical systems, even if industry best practices aren't attainable.
Royal Mail asks customers to hold back from sending post overseas as some services get back on track, while a report warns that disruptive attacks on critical infrastructure are set to become more common