A survey shows more than half of telecom pros are considering NFV; Talari focuses on financing SD-WAN; and Platform9 broadens private cloud management.
Inappropriate behaviour and too much focus on IT procurement led to rural payments programme costs spiralling to 40% over budget, says National Audit Office report
IT plays a business-critical role at Danish logistics and transportation company DSV. CIO Jesper Riis tells Computer Weekly about his current challenges
Virtus expands greater London datacentre portfolio by purchasing rival's colocation facility in Slough
In this interview, Daniel Bryant discusses how many software projects are at risk due to development fallacies.
Analytics must form part of a comprehensive defence-in-depth strategy, according to chief information security officer (Ciso) Vickie Miller at software firm Fico
A group of IT entrepreneurs, CEOs, investment gurus and dignitaries have announced an alliance at the Paris 2015 Climate Conference to fund clean energy research
Samy Kamkar found a weakness in the algorithm American Express uses to generate replacement card information and created a credit card hack as a proof-of-concept.
As the Paris climate talks get under way, Gartner says the IoT has a big role to play in minimising the impact of global warming
In this week's blog roundup, networking analysts explore effective packet editing, cite some significant trends in networking and discuss the evolution of BYOD policies.
Aruba's new Sensor product makes it possible to use the company's indoor tracking beacons on third-party Wi-Fi networks.
We select five IT leaders destined for great things, to recognise the rising stars of IT alongside our annual list of the 50 most influential people in UK technology
Computer Weekly has announced the sixth annual UKtech50 – our definitive list of the movers and shakers in the UK IT sector
US cloud HR and financial services provider reponds to Safe Harbour failure by ringfencing European data
The US and China have made progress in expanding co-operation on cyber crime as China claims criminals and not state-backed hackers broke into the US Office of Personnel Management
A poll of UK IT decision makers suggests just 37% know exactly where their enterprise data is located
The failed e-Borders programme has cost £830m to date, with a further £275m projected costs before the Home Office produces new systems in-house, due to go live in 2019
The findings of a report on critical vulnerabilities in most web applications is raising concerns over potential security vulnerabilities in millions of websites
Discovery of a data breach at JD Wetherspoons comes hard on the heels of a breach at TalkTalk, underlining the importance of keeping customer data safe
HCL Technologies opens an Estonian delivery centre which will support customers across Europe, including those in the Nordic region
Learn more about Greenfoot programming from Java pro Barry Burd.
At JavaOne 2015, consultant Daniel Bryant discusses how debugging Java apps within containerization is ramping up.
Cisco has launched an update of its SDN framework. The latest features stem from customer demands for broader support for non-Cisco technologies.