Home Affairs committee launches an inquiry after the number of skilled worker visas issued reached its monthly cap for the first time
Cisco has dropped its Invicta all-flash product line, leaving customers to buy SSD hardware for its UCS servers from third parties.
An open letter signed by more than 12,000 technology experts calls for a ban on artificial intelligence (AI) to manage weapons “beyond meaningful human control”
For £5,000, a quarter of employees polled said they would sell confidential company data, and risk both their job and criminal convictions
Industry analysts speculate about Google's decision to back an OpenStack initiative and discuss the impacts of 'attacktivism.'
Juniper Networks is selling to more enterprises, a trend that could heat up the competition for the wallets of tech buyers.
BT Group's first-quarter results highlight successes in superfast broadband and mobile divisions, but analyst warns of challenging times to come
After a year of review, the FCC approved the AT&T-DirecTV acquisition. Additionally, the FCC might add mobile speeds to its broadband review.
Brocade teams up with CERN openlab to create an SDN strategy for the "new IP," while Fujitsu offers Midokura's software in its OpenStack cloud architecture.
A study has found that commercial code is more compliant than open source code with security compliance standards, such as the Owasp top 10 and the CWE top 25