The database vendor extended its database platform to support machine learning applications with its revamped ArangoGraph Insights cloud database service.
From the food industry to manufacturing and healthcare, enterprises are looking for more ways to enhance their businesses and scale their growth with digital automation.
ServiceNow’s acquisition of Era Software looks to strengthen the company’s position in the observability market and make digital transformation projects easier to implement.
A KPMG survey of 1,000 executives found that two-thirds were reevaluating cloud spending after failing to achieve a significant ROI.
Former Splunk employees and industry watchers reacted to a lawsuit filed by Splunk this week alleging that Cribl's business is based on stolen log management code.
Terraform is already part of the GitOps workflow for some enterprises, but a new continuous validation feature could increase its overlap with tools such as Argo CD and Flux.
Two years after its initial release, OpenText Experience Cloud finds its footing with integrations to enable composable experiences with content and data.
Sullivan was convicted of obstruction of proceedings of the Federal Trade Commission and misprision of felony in connection with the cover-up of Uber's 2016 data breach.
Open source community LF Energy is continuing to go from strength-to-strength as its push to transform the way power networks operate gathers pace
The database vendor plans to use the capital to fund product development, global expansion and marketing as well as keep some in reserve as a hedge against a potential recession.
Aiming to break the mainframe out of its silo, Microsoft and Kyndryl will collaborate on allowing mainframe users to send data across multi-cloud environments.
Research from market watcher shows most across the European channel are feeling upbeat, even if that sentiment is not shared with all their customers
The European Council has approved the passage of the Digital Services Act to protect people’s rights online, while the European Commission has announced proposals to help those negatively affected by artificial intelligence to claim compensation
Small and medium-sized enterprises are losing business because of the time it takes to receive payments, with many considering API-based services to address the problem
NHS England plans for programme to use digital technologies and data to improve mental health treatment and help patients access services
Automatic scanning of messaging services for illegal content could lead to one billion false alarms each day in Europe
The Net Zero X programme by Tech Nation and PwC will help climate tech companies to overcome common growth challenges and scale faster
Despite economic uncertainty, thoughts around the key fourth quarter remain positive
App-based Chase Bank suffered tech outage that left customers unable to access its services
Equinix’s new facility in Indonesia follows a slew of datacentre builds that have been sprouting up in Jakarta to cater to the country’s growing digital economy
Telcos in India are eyeing new revenue streams from cloud and content services, but whether they can successfully monetise the offerings remains to be seen
During Forrester Research's Technology and Innovation Forum, experts said IT leaders should identify use cases for technology to advance a company's sustainability strategy.
A CISA alert warned that APT actors compromised a defense contractor's Microsoft Exchange server and used Impacket, an open source Python toolkit, to move laterally in the network.
With the debut of Boundary on HashiCorp Cloud Platform, along with updates for Vault and Consul, the vendor lays the foundation for a long-term product strategy.
Attacks disclosed in September revealed that K-12 schools, universities and local governments continued to suffer at the hands of gangs such as Vice Society and BlackCat/Alphv.
Report finds that economic contribution of mobile continues to expand in Europe, but market dynamics are impeding 5G’s progress throughout the region and further regulation may be needed to hit digital goals
Operators plan to submit grant application to European Commission for project to use 5G to ensure secure and highly reliable connectivity and accelerate further digitisation in one of Europe’s most important corridors
Italy’s Supreme Court says Italian prosecutors and police should disclose information on how they obtained intercepted messages from the Sky ECC cryptophone network
Businesses claim to be working on improving inclusion internally, but many young people still feel ill at ease in the tech sector
Artificial intelligence is the fastest growth area in software. This is driving adoption, which will make AI mainstream technology in business software
Dell Technologies’ zero-trust reference model starts with defining business controls and having a central control plane that manages all the security aspects of an organisation’s infrastructure
While the vendor's new platform is geared towards automation, the market is shifting. Many enterprises are now moving away from RPA and toward process mining and discovery.
The streaming data platform vendor added a stream designer and new governance capabilities to its cloud service for organizations working with real-time data coming from Kafka.
The AI Bill of Rights blueprint offers guidance to businesses, but the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy cannot enforce its recommendations.
Digital leaders from the public sector have stressed the need to build up the digital skills and capabilities of civil servants to successfully deliver the government’s digital transformation ambitions, but not at the expense of supplier ecosystems
A report from Secureworks found that in many network intrusions, the attackers only need to employ basic, unsophisticated measures to evade detection.
Telecoms software provider and cloud giant team to offer combined system with containerised and micro-serviced converged 5G packet core, IP multimedia subsystem, messaging, orchestration, AI and telco analytics, and Open RAN products
Ookla overview of UK broadband market reveals that while fibre development is accelerating throughout the country, median fixed broadband download and upload speeds compare badly with global market
Solicitor’s transition to cloud-based unified communications-as-a-service platform modernises communications and sets up platform to support business’s strategy of providing a hybrid workplace
IT industry reacts to the government’s plan to replace the pan-European data protection regulation
The company said it's expanding beyond vulnerability management to address the growing attack surface and the challenges customers face to address it.
OpenText CE 22.4, its latest quarterly release, adds content security, CDP enhancements, and integrations with Microsoft Teams and the Google BigQuery data warehouse.
IBM storage has integrated Red Hat OpenShift Data Foundation and Ceph into its new hybrid cloud data storage offering. Analysts said the move is good for both vendors.
Fred Voccola, CEO of Kaseya, shares his reactions to DattoCon and the message he had for MSPs at the event
Open banking has had a major impact on the banking industry as finance forms harness data to provide better services, but the next phase of open finance promises even more
Controversial roll-out of digital case management system continues amid planned strike action by Public and Commercial Services Union because of issues with the system
The AIOps vendor unveiled a new approach to data management that has enterprise customers such as BT hopeful it could eliminate the need for separate log analytics products.
Three phone sellers have been extradited from Spain to France to face charges that they were complicit in the activities of criminal EncroChat phone users
UK’s mid-sized operators begin negotiations on consolidation to gain the scale to accelerate roll-out of 5G in the UK, expand broadband connectivity to rural communities and small businesses, and offer stronger competition
Red Hat’s newly minted CEO Matt Hicks talks up OpenShift’s roadmap, the competition with VMware and opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region
NetSuite debuted several new features for CPQ, workforce management, embedded banking and warehouse management for its cloud ERP platform at SuiteWorld 2022.
EvolveWare's Intellisys gives enterprises a business rules extraction option that won't lock up legacy or modernized applications when code changes are required.
In this Q&A, Spot by NetApp's Kevin McGrath talks about the future of Fylamynt, evolving partnerships with hyperscalers and how buying teams for Spot's technology are changing.
A series of channel partner program relaunches that will continue into early 2023 reflect a shift to business outcomes, varied business models and subscription-based selling.
It’s been another busy week on the personnel front across various parts of the channel
Threat analysts have observed some ransomware gangs using a new technique that only partially encrypts victims' files, which could evade some ransomware defenses.
Under the new government guidance, employers can choose between 16 certified identity service providers to digitally check their employees legal right to work in the UK
The Natural History Museum is teaming up with public cloud giant Amazon Web Services (AWS) to bolster its biodiversity research capabilities
Telco announces new platform to orchestrate, accelerate and monitor artificial intelligence model deployments developed by its data community and to drive efficiencies
Study from networking systems, services and software company reveals business professionals’ interest in metaverse pointing to utilising more immersive and connected digital applications in the workplace
Dell’s channel chief shares her thoughts about the past and future of the channel as MicroScope marks its anniversary
Software-defined storage and block access specialist to offer its product on high-performance AWS bare metal and memory-intensive compute, while claiming improved latency
New online payments security standard, Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), sees immediate fall in fraudulent payments to retailers
In a presentation at the Digital Transformation Week conference in Amsterdam, Heineken’s data management director revealed some of the ways the company is using information technology to transform