The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission held a hearing this week to examine how AI bias can hurt job seekers. But the panel's composition was accused of being unbalanced.
Samsung's wide variety of mobile devices, partnerships with software makers and government-grade security are differentiators in the business market, analysts said.
Following public disclosure of the critical VPN flaw in December, multiple reports show threat actors are exploiting it to target high-profile organizations.
AMD reported a rise in fourth-quarter revenue, along with expectations for a much-needed surge in demand for PCs in the second half of 2023.
Microsoft's Azure Load Testing rolls out with new features to create fast load tests, securely push code to test environments and monitor test performance during the run.
Aqua Security said the HeadCrab botnet has taken control of at least 1,200 servers via internet-facing instances of the opensource DBMS Redis and is using them for cryptomining.
Comms tech provider teams with chip and IT giants on ‘pioneering’ trial demonstrating the applicability of 5G networking slicing technology on devices beyond smartphones
Many of the attacks disclosed or reported in January occurred against the public sector, including multiple school districts that were hit within days of one another.
Firm talks of taking the first step as it signals ambitions to make a greater impact in the UK
Cloud player FluidOne is expanding the business less than a year after its last move as it continues to expand its portfolio and reach
Jellyfish adds value stream data to its productivity tracking tool for engineering teams that want to address inefficiencies in software development.
Philippines MNO announces first mobile network deployment of lens antenna technology in Southeast Asia designed to deliver improved 4G/LTE and 5G mobile capacity
As NHS Digital is officially merged into NHS England, Computer Weekly takes a look at the history of the organisation and what the merger could mean for the future of NHS IT
Cabinet Office signs a deal with data analytics company Quantexa, aiming to use data and artificial intelligence to tackle public sector fraud
WithSecure researchers linked a campaign of cyber attacks targeting medical research and energy firms to North Korea’s infamous Lazarus APT after a group member accidentally screwed up
The all-cash A$5m deal will expand Symbio’s footprint in the UCaaS market and deepen its reach into enterprises and government entities
A suspected LockBit ransomware attack on trading software firm Ion has caused chaos for City of London traders
UK government wants feedback on its plans to regulate organisations operating in the cryptoasset sector
Arnold Clark confirms data leaked on dark web was stolen from its systems in ransomware attack
Software and services provider to let UK-based operator migrate to a modern, cloud-based data architecture, enabling it to serve its customers contextual, timely recommendations and suggestions
Just weeks after 4G landed on the Central and Northern lines for the first time, BT-owned operator now brings 5G to the Tube, with Archway, Notting Hill Gate and Tufnell Park the first stations to benefit
Online romance fraudsters have scammed Brits out of £65m in the past three years, according to retail bank TSB
Hard drive manufacturers have had a couple of bad quarters due to the lingering effects of the pandemic and supply chain issues, but see a turning point on the horizon.
Acumatica's latest release of its SaaS ERP includes new features to improve ease of use and productivity for SMB customers, while strengthening its competitive advantage.
Analytics use within organizations has been stuck for more than a decade. But the combination of embedded BI, NLP and development of a data culture could result in a breakthrough.
Four more startups are set to join the NCSC accelerator, which helps the UK government develop technology and approaches to pressing cyber security challenges
Two vulnerabilities uncovered in Cisco hardware could have opened the door to serious supply chain cyber attacks, according to the Trellix researchers who found them
5G tech designer forges partnership with 5G silicon manufacturer to create new class of private network coverage for global enterprises, promising creation of cost-effective in-building networks faster than ever
A PwC study finds senior executives expect cyber attacks on cloud services to increase significantly this year
With rumours of mass redundancies rife in the IT sector, many tech workers are applying for other roles rather than risk becoming unemployed
Sophos researchers report on two fake apps used by romance scammers to lure victims into parting with their money, both of which were able to escape the attention of Apple and Google app store safeguards
The new R-Cloud connects SaaS data silos to HYCU's data protection capabilities for an under protected part of the IT infrastructure.
A review has been published regarding the circumstances that led to two datacentres, hosting healthcare systems for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, overheating during the 2022 summer heatwave
Fintech giant making thousands of redundancies as global economic outlook remains poor
A company involved in Home Office-led trials of biometric age estimation technologies has begun rolling out its hardware to UK shops and pubs so they can use its facial recognition algorithm to assure customers’ ages
Kaspersky warns that the latest variant of the Prilex malware can block contactless payments to force people to insert cards, enabling criminals to steal money
The UK Cyber Security Council has teamed up with ISACA to partner on a new audit and assurance programme for security pros
Using IBM’s foundational model for artificial intelligence, NASA plans to offer researchers a way to access the vast troves of data it collects about Earth
Getting data management right has been pivotal for Singapore IoT startup SensorFlow to optimise energy consumption and reduce carbon emissions for its hotelier clients
The Climate Corporate Data Accountability Act introduced in California would require businesses to report their scope 1, 2 and 3 carbon emissions.
NetApp reduced its global workforce by 8%. Analysts said the layoffs are a combination of hardware buyer hesitancy and employee redundancies from acquisitions.
Workday's layoff is part of a growing list of tech companies cutting employees. But the company says it didn't overhire and is instead taking steps toward realignment.
The Zoom chatbot uses conversational language and proprietary AI to assist people calling Zoom's contact center as a service. Zoom launched its CCaaS last year.
Penetration testing vendor Horizon3.ai published technical details and exploit code for three new CVEs in VMware vRealize Log Insight that can be chained for remote code execution.
Tech Nation due to shutter after losing core funding to Barclays Eagle Labs, which will take over its role in supporting UK technology startups and scaleups
Training specialist Freevacy has launched a £20,000 scholarship fund to train data privacy and protection professionals
Responding to user demand, Oracle struck a deal with Red Hat to make the latter's Enterprise Linux operating system an integral part of Oracle's multi-cloud strategy.
A swathe of attacks by the Putin-supporting DDoS operation known as Killnet has targeted hospitals and other infrastructure in several Nato countries, with the UK thought to be at risk
The corporate and investment bank has run experiments with Pasqal and Multiverse to demo quantum computing in finance
Vendor enhances global partner programme with focus on enablement and support
Threat actors stole encrypted code-signing certificates for GitHub’s Desktop and Atom applications in December 2022, prompting warnings for users
SD-WAN specialist adds more voice and data depot with its latest acquisition in just a few weeks
Secretive court finds MI5 knowingly acted unlawfully in use of bulk surveillance warrants, and the Home Office continued granting warrants despite information the agency was operating outside the law
Multiline insurance firm Zurich is plotting a move to the AWS public cloud to help revamp its customer offerings
As deal sizes increase in the face of growing demand for cloud and internet-based services, datacentre operators are increasingly finding themselves on the receiving end of private equity investment
Banks are reshaping their channels as customers move to digital services, with physical innovation complementing digital strategies
The University of Stirling is the first non-US university to participate in a data management education programme provided pro bono by data catalogue supplier Alation
Royal Mail is making further progress in recovering IT systems hit by a ransomware attack, and has re-enabled another tranche of international export services
Expert tells Parliamentary committee that tech companies developing artificial intelligence are cutting corners and placing safety on the backburner, opening up ‘enormous risks’ for the future of AI
The contract renewal will enable the Australian Tax Office to tap Macquarie’s security operations centre, among other services, to secure its IT environment and protect sensitive data
The semantic layer platform vendor's tools are now listed on Databricks' Partner Connect, and existing customers can now connect to Databricks SQL and Unity Catalog.
Program participants believe the SaaS provider's updated program offers greater clarity around expectations and a path toward greater partner differentiation.
Recent layoffs will create an influx of software engineers on the job market in the coming months, which might benefit smaller enterprises searching for talent.
Filling the finance position has been popular over the past week and there are a few moves worth noting across the industry
The trial with Stratospheric Platforms may lead to hydrogen-powered drones being used to provide 4G and 5G rural coverage
Channel player shares an update on the performance in its last fiscal year and talks of Q4 being a ‘record quarter’
Ransomware gangs have increasingly focused their attacks on the K-12 education sector, even though most school districts do not pay the ransom. But how long will that last?
Tiger Bridge targets vertical sectors that find it hard to migrate to the cloud by allowing data storage in the cloud while using files locally as if stored on-premise
Two former Fujitsu IT professionals being investigated for potential perjury will face Post Office Horizon public inquiry in May
Data on 10 million people who shopped online at JD Sports over a two-year period was accessed and potentially stolen in a cyber attack
IT services provider Noventiq has been expanding its presence in APAC through several acquisitions in India, and is eyeing a bigger slice of the region’s IT services pie