Oracle's generative AI service, available in beta, uses partner Cohere's second large language model to analyze text for the feelings and opinions behind it, according to Gartner.
A Cornell University-Microsoft study shows that remote work cuts carbon emissions, but how much depends on the model itself as one day of working from home a week is negligible.
CI/CD pipeline vendor Harness faces two challenges as it launches Gitness: a market dominated by GitHub and GitLab and concerns about vendor-led open source projects.
The tech giant's new extensions enable users to use the AI chat tool to summarize information from their email or make travel plans. However, it still has problems with accuracy.
With the explosion of unstructured data, lower-cost file systems such as OpenZFS are gaining more attention as they continue to gain support from vendors.
The acquisition builds out Cisco’s observability portfolio, with AI-based full-stack observability for hybrid cloud environments
Cisco goes through with its long-rumored acquisition of Splunk for security and observability. But the two aren't necessarily a perfect fit, according to some industry observers.
Despite high-profile attacks on prominent organisations, the world’s most prolific ransomware operations tend to target smaller businesses
Organisations that neglect the digital employee experience are not only vulnerable to employee attrition, but putting themselves at increased cyber risk, an Ivanti report finds
State of the union report on 5G notes focus over the next few years will be on improving coverage in less densely populated areas while also ramping up investment to support 5G standalone, 5G-Advanced use cases
Comms platform giant partners with leading comms providers in UK and US to roll out Wi-Fi 7 tech to consumers.
Study shows global connectivity can be complicated, particularly when managing it across multiple regions, suggesting it is vital for businesses to acquire skills and local market expertise to reduce downtime and improve workforce efficiency
Ex-Workday co-CEO Chano Fernandez joins Eightfold AI as co-CEO in January, coinciding with Carl Eschenbach becoming Workday's sole CEO. Eightfold has raised about $400M.
Security player Sectigo appoints distributor Kite to reach more partners as the certificate market evolves
Cisco identifies shifting customer demands that will create more opportunities for its channel partners
Schools in the Cook Islands, which have been relying on satellite connectivity for teaching and learning, will get access to wired broadband via two Pacific submarine cables over the next three years
Storage Insights for the Komprise Data Management platform enables users to define metrics for storage consumption across clouds and vendors for cost management and migration.
Identity management vendor Okta had previously disclosed that four unnamed customers had fallen victim to a social engineering campaign that affected victims' MFA protections.
Intel says its upcoming Core Ultra will help lead personal computing to the AI PC era by making AI processing a mainstream task on PCs, like office productivity and video editing.
Oracle boosts its Cloud HCM suite with an employee recognition platform and healthcare-tailored workforce scheduling tool, leveraging insights from its $28B Cerner Corp. purchase.
The analytics specialist introduced the private preview of Copilot, which will enable customers to ask questions of their data and receive responses without having to write code.
All eyes are on HashiCorp's response now that a community-driven fork of its Terraform infrastructure as code tool has been officially relaunched as a Linux Foundation project.
The prime minister has seen his decision to tweak and revise several policies that underpin the UK's net-zero goals criticised for potentially stunting the growth of the clean tech sector
Coalition's H1 2023 report shows ransomware activity increased and severity reached "historic" highs as businesses lost an average of more than $365,000 following an attack.
Ofcom will consult on standards to enforce new powers, but tech companies remain concerned about the impact of the bill’s ‘spy clause’, which could require them to scan encrypted messages
Supplier’s work relationship study shines light on high levels of dissatisfaction from many workers with how things are currently operating
As the hype surrounding artificial intelligence enters a new phase with the rising enterprise and hyperscale interest in generative AI, operators are not sure how to proceed with new datacentre builds, it is claimed
After working across the region in an interim role, the channel veteran has now being given the job on a permanent basis
Organisations are spending less than 10% of their annual security budgets on trying to solve one of the costliest problems in cyber: insider risk
The tech giant's new Fusion Data Intelligence Platform is aimed at fueling AI, BI and data management so customers can quickly take action based on analysis and insight.
Regulators join forces in pilot scheme to help businesses deploy new technologies in a way that complies with cross-industry regulations
Leading communications and collaboration technology provider unveils suite designed to help boost employee engagement and customer satisfaction
As the space-based connectivity sector gains increasing momentum, research finds that market leading satellite provider hits high levels of customer satisfaction for users in France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand and the UK in Q2 2023
Oracle’s founder and chief technology officer, Larry Ellison, lends his heft to the generative AI vogue
The technology giant is integrating purpose-built hardware with an optimised software stack to meet the heightened computational demands of next-generation AI workloads
The home secretary is calling on Meta to halt its plans to introduce encrypted messaging services on Facebook and Instagram until the company puts measures in place to detect abuse
A decade after Snowden exposed NSA’s mass surveillance in cooperation with the British GCHQ, only about 1% of the documents have been published – but three major facts can finally be revealed thanks to a doctoral thesis in applied cryptography by Jacob Appelbaum
The new RPA tools come several months after the vendor added some initial GenAI capabilities to its platform and as vendors capitalize on the excitement about the AI technology.
To fully realize the productivity promises of Industry 4.0, manufacturers need to take an open ecosystem approach that integrates proprietary OT systems with IT systems.
A new partnership between two enterprise technology giants adds Oracle's hardware and software for Microsoft Azure customers, as former rivals unite to compete against AWS.
A U.S. government shutdown would significantly impact implementation of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 as federal workers would be forced to stay home from work.
Post Office inquiry hears how an auditor changed her story about a subpostmaster to help win court battle
Okta CISO David Bradbury confirms widespread speculation about the high-profile cyber attacks on two Las Vegas casino operators, revealing that the threat actors responsible had indeed abused its services as they earlier claimed
UK’s leading mobile operator releases more specific details about plans to devote spectrum resources to 4G and 5G services, and announces 3G scheme with charity
The work collaboration platform vendor's updates scale capabilities for task views, high-volume data management and visualizations to simplify organization for larger customers.
The AI hardware and software provider's new chip offers enterprises a full stack approach to training LLM. It also makes it possible for customers to train multimodal models.
Security player CrowdStrike cuts the ribbon on fresh partner programme, with the aim of making life easier
The cloud platform vendor unveiled GenAI tools to increase productivity for marketers, sales teams and customer service agents by creating content and retrieving information.
The funding aims to give developers support to rapidly develop innovative technologies that can address unmet clinical needs
Research from Quocirca underlines market opportunity for those with the right solutions and ability to meet increasing customer expectations
An accidentally disclosed SAS token with excessive privileges enabled researchers to access nearly 40TB of Microsoft’s data, highlighting the risks of privilege mismanagement and oversharing
Infinidat places a virtual all-flash array in its hybrid storage system while doubling the capacity of InfiniBox SSA and carving it up for easier consumption.
The cosmetics giant is building on its past work with Databricks to provide more personalised care to its customers across the globe
Analysts say that while both Alcion and Veeam offer Microsoft 365 backup, there is enough difference in the products and enough need in the data protection market.
Telecoms testing expert and partners gain slice of UK Department of Science, Innovation and Technology’s £88m 5G development fund to advance applications development over Open RAN networks
Foreign secretary James Cleverly uses speech at United Nations General Assembly to set out vision for potential of AI technology to speed up development in the world’s poorest nations
The new European TLD ISAC, a collaborative project between top-level domain providers across Europe, aims to enhance their collective security posture to better protect internet users
African mobile network operator standardises on Integra platform for its next-generation global eSIM IoT offering to provide connectivity, bundles, verticals and value-added services
The AI startup introduced a service that lets enterprises deploy large language models into their applications using popular LLM APIs like Llama 2.
The video conferencing vendor expands its CCaaS offerings with its Workforce Engagement Management suite, which includes forecasting and scheduling tools for agents and managers.
Microsoft said no customer data was affected by the Azure Storage exposure and 'no other internal services were put at risk because of this issue,' which has been mitigated.
Subpostmasters wrongfully convicted of financial crimes based on evidence from faulty Horizon software will be offered £600,000 compensation by government
The desire by firms across the channel to gain expertise and reward internal excellence continues to be a theme
Report from global non-profit association of the satellite ecosystem finds doubling the population connected via satellite could generate global socio-economic benefits exceeding $250bn
Pig butchering scammers are taking advantage of the unregulated nature of DeFi crypto trading apps to siphon off even more money from their victims, according to the latest findings of an ongoing investigation
Scality's CEO discusses the company's ESG efforts, ESG in IT, object storage's role in primary storage and AI while seeing the problems of storage have mostly been solved.
Study predicts huge spike in additional revenue for satellite services operators for 5G comms to 2030, and outlined prospects for 6G networks, including coverage and throughput capabilities
Outgoing boss Reece Donovan has overseen iomart’s move towards a managed services model, but is leaving the business with immediate effect
Foundational AI models require vast amounts of data. Without access to diverse datasets, the market for foundational models risks being stifled
The Science, Innovation and Technology Select Committee is seeking evidence from the cyber sector as it launches an inquiry into the resilience of the UK's critical national infrastructure
Full-fibre broadband with average top speeds of 1,130Mbps now available to more than 6,900 additional homes and businesses in key Scottish city for the first time, following investment from recently created UK fibre provider
Leading US applied research facility university deploys optical technology in private 5G network to support advanced experimentation, technology development, testing and evaluation across a range of disciplines
Study from UK communications regulator finds marked year-on-year, increase in service speeds as people upgrade to higher-bandwidth services, including full-fibre, plus a large increase in average upload speeds