Scheduling systems for hybrid offices are an emerging post-pandemic tool to manage employees without permanent desks and facilitate in-person collaboration.
Smaller businesses could benefit from Zoom's recent class-action lawsuit settlement. However, the deal does not cover companies with enterprise licenses.
Datacentrepricing’s half-year look at the growth of the European datacentre market reinforces the rising importance of secondary datacentre hubs across the continent
Trial declared successful in aggregating spectrum in the 700MHz and 3500MHz bands for the first time to deliver enhanced connectivity and increased coverage and support Taiwanese operator’s vision to deliver 5G services.
Latest Magic Quadrant report from Gartner shines a light on heavy-handed sales tactics by some of the public cloud market’s biggest players
Dragons’ Den-style Civil Service competition to elicit ideas to improve data use in government has whittled a list of 200 down to eight. Four will be chosen in December for delivery
Supermarket and department store M&S has launched an initiative designed to help it find software engineering talent
Industry analysts say that evolving threats, real-world impacts and supply chain attacks will be among their hot topics at this year's Black Hat 2021 conference.
BT-owned UK broadband provision firm accelerates its plan to stop selling copper-based broadband and traditional voice services across the UK by 2025
Authorities are still working to manage the fallout from the attack, which has already forced at least one school to delay the start of the new term in September
Varada realized it needed more flexibility to help its users scale its data lake query platform, so it added elasticity capabilities to help meet that demand.
Satellite broadband is showing signs of beginning to take off in the UK, with further gains expected as Starlink arrives and BT teams with OneWeb
Venture capital firms and high-profile tech accelerators are not conducting human rights due diligence on their investments, which means they cannot be sure the companies they invest in are not causing, or contributing to, human rights abuses
Banning ransomware content from cyber crime forums has done little to prevent initial access brokers from advertising their services, with the number of access listings increasing in the second quarter of 2021
Fred IT’s eRX Script Exchange is now used by 21,000 doctors and 95% of Australian pharmacies, delivering more than 11 million digital prescriptions by July 2021
Cloud-based file sync and share giant goes public with plans to run all its datacentres on renewable power by 2030
The vulnerability disclosure process for Infra:Halt, a set of flaws impacting critical infrastructure, took nearly a year, due to the nature of supply chain vulnerabilities.
In a preview of its upcoming channel industry research, IT trade association CompTIA highlighted the growing importance of customer experience among partners.
Java developers in Oracle shops can use the new Verrazzano container platform to deploy apps to Kubernetes without a ground-up rewrite.
The CX giant plans to fold RPA technology from an acquisition into some of its platforms. The move comes after Microsoft and other big tech firms bought RPA vendors.
Hackers given direct access to internal Ministry of Defence systems to identify and report security vulnerabilities
University of Wollongong got 1.2PB for the cost of 100TB for HPC storage in its cryo-imaging institute. Scale-out NAS maker Panasas also brought life sciences expertise to bear
Ahana looks to grow the market for its open source-based cloud data query engine as the volume of stored data that organizations want to analyze continues to expand.
The emergence of a ransomware gang known as BlackMatter raises questions that it could be a re-brand of REvil or DarkSide
Intel has claimed its part in the GB swimming team’s Olympics success, with the analysis of ‘data pools’ and the use of its servers and workstations
Will Microsoft change the way people buy PCs in much the same way that streaming services have revolutionised video subscription services?
Cyber security professionals have reported a sharp rise in debilitating attacks aimed at destroying or manipulating data
From 31 March 2023, the Customs Declaration Service will become the only operating UK customs platform when HMRC turns off the legacy Customs Handling of Import and Export Freight system
Dramatic increase in ransomware attacks globally during first half of 2021 driven by triple extortion technique, and is only set to expand further
NHS Covid-19 app adjusted to reduce the number of people receiving self-isolation alerts
Huawei will spend $100m over three years to grow the startup ecosystem in key markets as it eyes a bigger slice of Asia’s cloud market
The longtime independent analytics vendor, which just two weeks ago was in negotiations to get acquired, revealed plans to, instead, prepare for an initial public stock offering.
The Trades Union Congress has raised eyebrows within the contracting community by calling for a ban on umbrella companies to help stamp out malpractice
Digital infrastructure upgrades planned for rural and hard-to-reach areas to support post-pandemic economic growth and improve home connectivity
The second iteration of the framework, still in alpha version, sets out how organisations can become certified digital identity service providers
Researchers at IoT security vendor Armis said the nine critical vulnerabilities affect the pneumatic tube systems used by many hospitals in North America.
Vallen Asia’s cloud enterprise resource planning system has enabled it to scale its operations across the region and made its supply chain operations more resilient amid the pandemic