Globally, a large number of digital workers have plans to move roles within the next few years, with a significant number already job hunting
The goverment has embarked on a consultation to understand better how the umbrella market works, which is a move that has been cautiously welcomed by contracting market stakeholders
Virgin Money is repurposing its offices to fit a future where staff will work from home and visit offices to collaborate
Research from Kaspersky and Vectra lifts the lid on how the managed service community has responded to supply chain attacks, and how the status quo is no longer enough for many users
Analyst houses have been keeping an eye on the demand for desktops and notebooks across Western Europe as customers continue to buy hardware
Bank of Ireland hit with multi-million euro fine by central bank following an investigation
Proposed data gathering powers for UK police could override existing data protection rules, damage citizens’ trust in essential public services and further entrench discriminatory policing practices
Singapore’s National University Health System will tap edge supercomputing resources to train AI models in a range of healthcare-related AI applications by mid-2022
Amazon EKS will include a Flux-based GitOps add-on, while ECS Anywhere seems destined for a niche in edge computing, per roadmap plans unveiled by AWS execs this week.
AWS and Pegasystems add AI tools to their cloud offerings that enable deeper personalization and journey orchestration for marketers and e-commerce sellers.
AWS Free Tier users benefit from increased data transfer limits and the removal of some limited time trials as the hyperscaler further compartmentalizes storage tiers and services.
Nickolas Sharp is accused of attacking his former employer, stealing confidential data and attempting to extort the company into paying him approximately $2 million.
Google's decision to submit Knative to the CNCF for incubation prompts speculation about its future: a budding industry standard or a project not worth keeping to itself?
The U.S. government's civilian workforce is mostly older, with many nearing or at retirement. The loss of skills is creating a need to attract young adults to federal work.
Many analysts forecast that 2021 would be the year of private 5G. Now such predictions have received an almost royal seal of approval with the launch of AWS Private 5G
A poll of more than 3,000 contractors about how the roll-out of the IR35 reforms affected them brings to light widespread use of blanket bans
AWS disaster recovery services now feature a first-party option with AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery alongside a new Recycling Bin service for data snapshot recovery.
8x8 plans to acquire fellow UCaaS provider Fuze for $250 million as it looks to increase its global reach and accelerate the addition of new features.
Distributor Westcon-Comstor is ideally situated to support the customer shift to a hybrid-working world, but is making sure it can do so as efficiently as possible
Research firm reveals telecoms, media and tech trends to watch in 2022, highlighting developments in Metaverse, 5G, gaming and connectivity
Networking player will make sure the best of the best will get access to more support and rewards from the start of next year
Ten-year plan will see NHSX working on areas such as assistive technologies, and improved connectivity for care homes
The tech giant revealed new tools for its AI and machine learning platforms geared toward making model building easier for enterprises and users.
United Airlines used the AWS Re:Invent keynote to set out how it has overcome the challenges of Covid-19 by drawing on the capabilities of its diverse tech team to oversee its move to the public cloud
Internet-of-things collaboration will focus on the ability to bring concrete results to businesses, such as saving time, and securing and traceability of assets
Six hundred journalists spent over a year mining 2.94 terabytes of data that revealed offshore companies and the politicians, world leaders and celebrities who secretly owned them
The credit card details of millions of people from across the world can be bought by criminals using the dark web for as little as $1
Secure access service edge platform will offer advanced security techniques, fortifying network access from any location
Social media conglomerate Meta confirms AWS’s elevation to strategic cloud partner status as tech giants’ ongoing collaboration enters next phase
Led by software investments, the growth in IT spending comes as organisations in the subcontinent look to modernise their IT infrastructure and support a hybrid workforce
The tech giant is looking to help its users to better migrate to, manage and operate cloud databases with a series of new data management product releases and updates.
Dell EMC's PowerProtect Cyber Recovery launched in AWS Marketplace, providing customers with a way to isolate their data in AWS-based storage instead of on premises.
The AWS Private 5G managed service will compete with Microsoft Azure's private multi-access edge computing system. Unlike Microsoft, the AWS product focuses on an unlicensed spectrum.
Symantec threat analysts observed the new ransomware operation abusing legitimate tools such as ConnectWise's remote access product to move laterally inside networks.
The U.S. government's cybersecurity authority will be watched over by security vendor CrowdStrike as part of the larger government IT security overhaul.
Enterprises stand to benefit from new AWS DevSecOps features, even if they don't use them, as analysts say they set a new baseline for third-party vendors to differentiate against.
Red Canary said BlackByte's campaign is using wormable ransomware against organizations vulnerable to ProxyShell flaws in Microsoft Exchange.
The non-binding recommendation seeks to define a common set of values and principles to guide the development of ethical AI globally
GTT Communications and Palo Alto Networks announced they will partner to offer a managed SASE platform using Prisma Access, Palo Alto's cloud-based security function.
The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of agile data-driven decision-making, and key to that agility are a deployment in the cloud and self-service BI capabilities.
Cyber firm Kaspersky has become one of the first organisations in the world to develop and implement a security policy covering the use of bionic devices and other forms of human augmentation
Tool is aimed at helping local residents eat better and exercise more
UK business connectivity provider hits target of 550 unbundled BT exchanges and confirms plans to continue expansion and boost local access networks
Vendor’s as-a-service offering, which has been taken to market by partners, has seen growth in HPE’s latest quarter
Goldman Sachs is building on its decade-long relationship with Amazon Web Services to launch a cloud-based environment that other financial services firms can use for data analytics and processing purposes
Research warns that even with the proliferation of mobile and fixed broadband access globally, there is still a significant portion of the population that suffers from poor coverage, offering a huge opportunity for satellite comms
Exertis parent has seen hybrid working developing and hospitality recovering as the year progresses
Cloud-based business bank becomes the latest of the new wave of challengers to achieve profit
A rush on new orders to avoid HPE price hike, along with some help from Oracle, has helped to boost revenue
Lithium-ion batteries are increasingly being deployed in uninterruptible power supply systems to reduce datacentre real estate and energy consumption
Japanese operator and local university begin research and development programme as part of the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology’s Beyond 5G R&D Promotion Project
In this Q&A, Syspro's Scott Hebert explains why the company is walking the line between pure cloud and on-premises ERP for its manufacturing and distribution customer base.
The service enables users to build machine learning models and generate accurate predictions without writing code. It supports both on-premises and cloud deployments.
Zoom Phone head Graeme Geddes said the lines between video meetings and phone calls will blur, allowing workers to choose the best communication tool for their needs.
AWS added new features to its cloud data lake service, featuring Governed Tables to manage consistency of data and row-level access control for security.
The new Zerto In-Cloud is standalone DR automation and orchestration software that uses EBS snapshots and AWS APIs instead of Zerto's continuous data protection technology.
New Data Exchange capabilities avoid ETL and provide consistent API governance, while a container marketplace update supports an expanded set of Kubernetes management tools.
Honeywell is merging its internal quantum computing divisions with Cambridge Quantum, forming a new company that promises to deliver a complete quantum computing software stack.
Information gleaned by asset visibility specialist Armis reveals that despite improvements, some daunting security challenges still dog the NHS
Darwin Innovation Group is running an autonomous shuttle to transport passengers around Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in a one-year trial funded by UK and European space agencies to demonstrate how self-driving vehicles operate in a real-world setting, with data transmitted via O2’s mobile networks and Hispasat’s satellites
McAfee said the Windows Installer vulnerability is being exploited in 23 countries around the world, including the United States, China, India and others.
UK service provider Inca to use “cloud-defined storage” to support managed service provider offer in move which shunned hyper-converged infrastructure because of cited costly overheads
After research from the Greater London Authority finds that young black men are most likely to be unemployed in the capital, London’s mayor launches an initiative to increase employment in the tech sector
MI6 will use investment fund to back tech companies to develop long-term technologies that will help it to keep pace with China and Russia
HM Revenue & Customs accounts reveal marked rise in total number of temporary workers it engages, with most of them providing services through umbrella firms
TSB’s branch closure programme gathers pace as dozens more high street premises are shuttered
AWS' new AIDA program helps close the tech skill gap, the tech giant said. Enterprises can use languages like SQL to embed ML software tools using Amazon SageMaker Autopilot.
Public cloud player Amazon Web Services shakes things up in the way partners can classify themselves as it looks to cover more bases
Goal of the initiative is to build knowledge and understanding of emerging tools
Public cloud player has seen channel numbers grow over the last three years following its move to make it easier for them to connect with customers
More than 150 HP multifunction printers are at risk of compromise through a series of newly disclosed vulnerabilities, one of them wormable
Customers want to use data to chart the right strategies – but that is nowhere near as straightforward as it sounds
Tenth anniversary edition of in-depth study of mobile market reveals 5.5 billion additional smartphone users since 2011 and 4.4 billion 5G subscriptions forecast by the end of 2027
Ombudsman uses human resource and financial management software in the cloud
Report outlines future opportunities and challenges such as the rise of digital protectionism and poor infrastructure
Research finds faulty technology is leaving businesses ill-equipped to support the future of working, warning that tech-savvy workers will expect more from their employers
Civil, human and digital rights organisations sign open letter calling on European policymakers to put fundamental rights at the heart of the proposed Artificial Intelligence Act
Accenture’s recruitment plan in the UK is a response to businesses to the release of pent-up demand for digital transformations
Here is our 2022 schedule of up-and-coming in-depth articles that will cover carefully selected topics to help IT leaders select the right technology for their organisation
The Hong Kong-based F&B operator is using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run its VMware workloads and datawarehouse to improve resilience and productivity
A newly uncovered ransomware operation, dubbed UNC2190 or "Sabbath," has roots in a previous ransomware group but has so far been able to operate mostly undetected.
Black Friday e-commerce sales maintained 2020 gains. Retail traffic is up but hasn't rebounded to pre-pandemic levels. Technology, supply chain, COVID-19 variants all factors.
The UK’s information commissioner has issued a preliminary decision to fine Clearview over £17m for breaching UK data protection law and invited the company to make representations
Multi-country strategic deal sees Nokia supply telco with technologies including 5G, RAN, Core, Optics, IP and microwave across Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia
A few personnel moves caught the eye in the last working week as the channel continues to seek out talent
On the opening day of its 2021 conference, the UK and Ireland SAP User Group unveils member research showing concerns that an S/4 Hana skills deficit and a surfeit of legacy customisation is retarding migration to the Hana-based ERP
Public sector organisations will pilot artificial intelligence governance framework and evolve it based on feedback
Leading sports car manufacturer enters into research partnership with Ericsson to take advantage of 5G networks to accelerate production capabilities at manufacturing production complex
IT departments have needed to rethink their end-user computing strategy in order to support a workforce in which the majority of staff work from home
IT failures have forced the CEO of Japanese financial services group to step down
Impact startups in the UK have raised record levels of investment this year, with most of the capital raised going to climate tech firms
The British Army will make Immersive Labs’ security training platform available to all serving personnel
Impact of the pandemic has been seen in the time it takes customers to make decisions and the money they are prepared to spend
The Cabinet Office is facing criticism after details emerge that at least one major government department has briefed suppliers to migrate away from UKCloud
Scotland’s JETS job-matching scheme, which uses digital tools to support people looking for work, extends contract with Capita
Singtel, M1-StarHub and TPG will be getting 2.1GHz spectrum to support the growth of 5G services in the city-state