The Australian government has announced plans to reduce its dependency on industries that rely on natural resources and increase its activities in areas such as IT
Organisations in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are increasingly the targets for cyber criminals, according to a report focused on the region
Sweden is considering writing off student loans for women who study IT in an attempt to improve the gender balance in the sector to support digitisation
The Nordics offers advantages as a datacentre location, with each of its five countries offering something different
The Universal Credit digital service will be rolled out to five job centres a month from May 2016, says the Department for Work and Pensions
BT has embarked on a technical trial of G.fast technology in Swansea
Barry Burd, Java expert and author, discusses how Android applications may have brought Java back from the brink.
Australian police say a raid on a home in Sydney is not related to reports that the owner is the co-inventor of Bitcoin sitting on a fortune $415m
DHL has opened a centre in Singapore to research technologies that can be used in the logistics industry
Volvo Group Treasury has extended an outsourcing agreement with Virtusa to give it the same support response times worldwide
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) says cloud computing – even in its public form – is acceptable for finance organisations
This week, bloggers explore a new breed of system management vendors, networking takeaways from the VTech breach, and endpoint detection and response.
At JavaOne 2015, Java enthusiast Rob Terpilowski discusses why he's still a fan of Oracle JavaFX tools.
The use of big data technologies in Russia is still embryonic and the economic slowdown is stalling developments
EE and Motorola have been formally selected to provide a resilient national 4G network for the UK’s ambulance, fire and police services
HPE’s Cloud 28+ service catalogue is open for business and hopes to encourage wider take-up of off-premises services across the continent
Barry Burd, author and Java expert, discusses how Java programming recently turned 20 years old how it's managed to stick around for so long.
IO business development director Andrew Roughan said more must be done to encourage a wider range and higher number people into the datacentre industry
At JavaOne 2015, Steve Millidge discusses expectations for the future and what he and Payara are working on with GlassFish Open Source.
AWS shops are excited to see Amazon Route 53 add Traffic Flow, though there are also third-party products on the market that offer similar features.
Security firm found that 16 global companies had failed to effectively encrypt traffic to the payment portion of their websites and apps
UK government-backed HyperCat Consortium seeks Indian startups for Hyderabad-based incubator
Cyber London has selected startups from the UK, Finland, Hungary, Israel, Brazil and South Africa for its second cyber security accelerator programme