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The database vendor added a serverless option for cloud database-as-a-service deployments. Aimed at developers, the serverless model follows a cloud-native development trend.
Olivier Jouve, executive vice president of Genesys Cloud, and Mike Szilagyi, a senior vice president at Genesys, discuss how customer service will recalibrate after last year.
REvil has been forced offline by a multi-government hacking operation, marking the second time in 2021 that the group has gone dark
Market watchers have quizzed thousands of resellers across the globe and found that most are feeling good about 2022
Research by WISE finds women are more likely to have retrained for a tech role than men, and half of people in tech think soft skills are more important than tech skills
The European Parliament has voted in favour of expanding Europol’s mandate to process data and develop AI tools, but critics claim it contradicts a previous vote which opposed using new technologies to predict crime
Survey shows knowledge workers in leading economies believe that having an office space will be considered an employee benefit, rather than a mandatory way of working
Work on the UK digital identity project will be centred around the Gov.uk app, which is expected to be the new common check for citizen services
A government minister investigating the controversial Horizon IT project in 2000 described the Post Office board of directors as ‘appalling, short-sighted and partisan’
Cloudian HyperStore can serve as both secondary and primary storage for Kubernetes with its Kasten K10 by Veeam integration and support for Red Hat OpenShift.
The Tensor chip within the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro will perform machine learning tasks like translating foreign speech in real time. The phones cost $600 and $900, respectively.
HashiCorp's Boundary access control utility will sync automatically with Microsoft Azure's Active Directory identity management service, the vendors said this week.
Chike Aguh, chief innovation officer at the U.S. Dept. of Labor, urged employers to make mobile job applications a priority. He also sees tech skills as the nation's top need.
NetApp's CloudOps platform, Spot by NetApp, matures further with new security and cloud oversight from forthcoming Spot Security and CloudCheckr additions.
Splunk's security orchestration tool bolstered low-code integration features this week, which in the case of Lockheed Martin eased self-healing IT infrastructure tasks as well.
A year after acquiring SentryOne, the IT management software vendor is out with updated tools to help organizations better understand where data came from and where it is going.
Some Splunk customers are newly receptive to the vendor's cloud push in a pandemic-stricken economy, and it's piled on further pricing incentives to sweeten the deal.
Once a niche vendor with a particular area of expertise, the startup's latest update includes data preparation and embedded BI tools, among others, as it broadens its scope.
IBM's third-quarter earnings report was a mixed bag, with overall cloud revenues continuing to rise, and server hardware showing a sharp downturn.
Vendor NetApp announces a raft of product and service enhancements at Insight event, and points to the potential this will open up for partners
StorOne adds NVMe over Fabrics over TCP and remote direct memory access, with no hardware update needed.
Tintri expanded its all-NVMe VMstore T7000 line with two new appliances, supporting various use cases and configurability.
SAP’s third quarter 2021 showed 20% year-on-year growth in cloud revenue and steady, incremental growth in S/4 Hana adoption
Further acceleration in BT-owned UK broadband provision firm’s plan to stop selling copper-based broadband and traditional voice services across the UK by 2025
Telco embarks on technical trial with comms network technology provider as part of what it calls a milestone in its journey to provide optimised possible 5G experience for customers as well as boosting 4G network
Online marketplace Depop has launched a programme to make it easier for charities to set up shops and sell goods online through its platform
BaFin limits the number of new customers that digital bank N26 can enrol until it is reassured on issues it has raised about the company
Managed service player has already made an acquisition this week but looks set for more activity as it brings on a proven growth expert
Storage player highlights partnerships with cloud hyperscalers and development of Spot portfolio aimed at cloud-native applications, DevOps, FinOps and SecOps
Full-fibre contract between network provider and local authority aims to connect west Berkshire schools and public buildings to next-generation digital infrastructure
Aiming to deliver evolved teamwork capabilities to its customers to accelerate Bahrain’s transition to the digital workplace, digital communications solutions provider adopts new collaboration technology
Two-thirds of APAC organisations have a zero-trust strategy even as they grapple with the lack of skills and other organisational challenges, study finds
Spectra Logic launched Vail, a data and storage management software product that unifies data across public clouds and on-premises storage environments.
Regarding the FBI action to silently remove web shells from vulnerable Exchange Servers, former CISA director Chris Krebs said he expects to see the action again if appropriate.
Cisco Webex Calling will soon let customers' employees use their private phones to make business calls securely and in compliance with corporate policies.
IBM Spectrum Virtualize for Public Cloud provides customers with new integrations, most notably expanding hybrid cloud choices by integrating with Microsoft Azure.
NetApp expands its container-focused Astra products with Astra Data Store, a new storage service offering persistent storage for Kubernetes and virtual machines.
During Gartner's IT Symposium, analysts discussed the complex factors companies face when deciding whether or not to give into ransom demands.
The open source cloud database-as-a-service platform vendor is seeing continued demand for Kafka as organizations increasingly need to use real-time data.
The Google Cloud Platform roadmap, unveiled during the tech giant's recent virtual user conference, includes capabilities designed to simplify access to data and enable more users.
The vendor said its new offering will save enterprises time and money as they adopt language models. It also said the service makes the language model more accessible than before.
Twilio's customer experience platform -- with the Segment CDP as a foundation -- adds a marketing component to its API-driven sales and service clouds popular with developers.
A state-sponsored hacking group has been moving undetected on the networks of more than a dozen telecommunications providers, observing traffic and collecting data for years.
Farming innovation initiative aims to drive productivity and sustainability among farmers, growers and other businesses
Vast majors on QLC flash bulk storage with 3D Xpoint cache to smooth out traffic into sequential flows
The Military Systems Information Assurance is aimed at developing alternatives to cryptology
Upstart Danish telco deploys communications-as-a-service technology and virtual assistant to restructure business, gain differentiation and extend to new touchpoints in highly competitive local market
Tie-up will give more depth around Microsoft business applications and support for those customers undergoing digital transformation
Vail provides single pool of storage overlay to on-premise flash, disk and tape, plus cloud via object storage interface with Posix-compliance promised in future releases
Joint advisory on ransomware gang warns about potential of further attacks on critical infrastructure providers
Study from Mobile UK highlights crucial role that 5G and wider mobile connectivity will have in assisting national efforts to mitigate climate change
Banking group has announced more closures as part of the ongoing reduction of its branch network
Hackers have obtained an undisclosed volume of subscriber information and call metadata in a sustained campaign against telecommunications firms
Oracle Netsuite integrates HSBC corporate banking services into its latest software
US credit card giant is latest corporate to formalise hybrid working following the success of informal policies introduced during the Covid-19 pandemic
Deals will add more recurring revenue and customers and are part of the firm’s ‘get bigger’ phase to expand growth prospects
According to DWP chief Katharine Purser, interoperability between government systems is one of the main barriers to improving the handling of data
House of Lords told that UK law enforcement bodies should use their position as buyers to compel private sector suppliers to divulge more information about how their AI-powered technologies work
Barbershop continues to add digital functionality to its business after the pandemic proved its value
Chinese cloud supplier is expanding its regional datacentre footprint to Thailand and South Korea in 2022 alongside technology investments that include a custom Arm-based server chip
Project Centauri ecosystem initiative will drive the standards and frameworks needed to grow serviceable markets and scale internet-of-things software innovation and product development
Aruba's CX distributed switch, available in January, provides security through the embedded Pensando ASICs. Services powered by the chips include load balancing and a firewall.
Kaseya appointed a former FBI agent as its top security executive as part of an effort to boost cybersecurity after a ransomware attack earlier this year.
Veritas and Cohesity introduced offerings that enable customers to put their data in air-gapped, vendor-managed storage vaults, providing an extra layer of ransomware defense.
The spinoff agreement provides VMware with increased strategic and financial flexibility to grow its cloud and infrastructure software business.
The new MacBook Pro laptops come in 14-and 16-inch models, return ports that were missing in the past few iterations, and add faster, more energy-efficient processors.
The NoSQL database vendor launched a DBaaS platform providing a fully managed cloud database aimed at users who don't want to manage their own resources.
SASE specialist Cato Networks is looking for growth and the chance to get its product into the hands of more partners
UK government's long-awaited net-zero strategy document makes the case for the creation of heat networks that could see waste heat from datacentres used to warm homes and businesses
U.S. government agencies say a new family of malware could create problems for critical infrastructure by shutting down critical networks and disrupting commerce.
The experience of Tech Data in the education market over the past 20 months has shown the value of getting the right tools into the hands of users
Cloud and communications giants make generally available private mobile edge compute offering to enterprise customers, bringing compute and storage services to the edge of the network on the customer premises
Zopa will invest in its growing digital bank operation after becoming a unicorn in its latest fund-raising round
Integrated networking services provider invests in Nokia technology to offer added connectivity options for enterprise customers in key Middle East location
VMware’s CTO Kit Colbert talks up the evolution of the company’s cross-cloud strategy and how it stands out from other suppliers eyeing the multicloud pie
With 5G a game-changer for enterprises, Singapore operator aims to drive technology change and apply technology that will make a difference
Built to scale hugely, and built for high performance and security, Auristor offers NAS-like Posix-compatible storage to customers that want to avoid public cloud
Singapore’s public sector organisations are testing the use of 5G connectivity to remotely operate an autonomous vehicle for road-sweeping, among other use cases
The U.S. Treasury's financial crimes bureau has seen a rise in anonymity-enhanced cryptocurrencies like Monero, though Bitcoin remains the most used.
The media giant disclosed a ransomware attack Monday that caused massive disruptions across networks and saw threat actors obtain corporate data.
The role of technology and automation in the so-called 'intelligent workplace' was the focus of a lively debate at a conference last week. Video conferencing was cited as a particular problem.
New communications and collaboration ecosystem launched to enable customers to achieve better business outcomes in the experience economy and the new hybrid working mode
UK government aims is to gather views on possible changes around innovations in the medical device field, including the creation of a regulatory framework for software and artificial intelligence
The National Cyber Force, a new branch of the military, is gearing up to fight battles in cyber space from the fields of Lancashire. Its presence is expected to bring a high-tech renaissance to the region
Comms player reacts to the increasing need from customers for better employee experiences, with an ecosystem approach that pulls together partners and developers
Communications industry trade associations enter into collaboration to drive the advancement of industry standards on Open APIs for multi-access edge computing
Keynote presents roadmap to new landscape of all-scenario continuous next-generation network coverage driven by the rapid development of 5G, with more than 170 networks built and nearly 500 million users developed within two years
Technology giant continues with its advancement into the world of telecoms with offerings designed to automate the deployment and management of open, cloud-native network infrastructure to fast-track opportunities at the edge
A report around tech priorities from Softcat has underlined how the pandemic has had a significant impact on working practices
Government chooses UK innovation company to understand and develop the role of SMEs in the telecoms market with particular reference to how to create a diverse market that supports the creation of home-grown, sovereign technology
Research commissioned by leading satellite platform finds investment in industrial internet of things is set to overtake cloud computing
The AI chipmaker is looking to expand its sales teams and hire more engineers to support customer deployments in Singapore and the rest of Southeast Asia