The majority of companies using big data security analytics report a high business benefit, according to the Business Application Research Center
Organisations with a cyber footprint in Indonesia must understand most internet users in the country access online content and services on smartphones
Gartner predicts IoT security spending will be moderate until 2020, after which it will increase at a faster rate as execution improves
Australia's latest cyber security strategy will see the appointment of a cyber ambassador, charged with liaising with other nations
The Swedish CIO of telecoms provider Telenor tells Computer Weekly about the company’s agility, pilot projects and the digital journey
The government launches a probe into barriers that stifle entrepreneurs, and creates a plan on how to drive innovation in the UK
Storage hardware maker Nexsan adds file sync and share to NST arrays from Connected Data acquisition to create Unity family of NAS with private cloud functionality
Mobile operator EE attempts to improve customer services by bringing call handling onshore
Lloyds Banking Group is offshoring more IT jobs to India as part of its latest cost-cutting announcement
Enterprise IT experts reveal to Computer Weekly the issues local technology leaders face when trying to use, back up and protect their valuable data
Unity software supports Nexsan with NST block devices, Assureon object storage and Transporter cloud sync functionality that it picked up from Connected Data.
OpenStack Foundation co-founder claims scarcity of techies with skills in using the open source cloud platform remains biggest barrier to enterprise adoption
Organisations are still failing to address basic security issues and well-known attack methods, Verizon’s latest Data Breach Investigations Report reveals
The OpenStack Foundation and its supporters claim companies that prioritise technology over business culture are doomed to fail in the cloud
As the Government Digital Service prepares to go fully live with its identity assurance service Gov.uk Verify, Computer Weekly speaks to programme director Janet Hughes
Fibre backhaul supplier CityFibre enlists local ISPs Diva Telecom and Exa Networks to launch gigabit broadband services in Leeds and Bradford
Mobile operator Vodafone supplies connectivity to an internet of things (IoT) joint venture development centre with Huawei in Newbury
DDoS attack tactics evolve from single, large attacks, intended to take a website offline, to multi-vector barrages – but organisations are fighting back
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is considering tendering for managed desktop services and an integrated cloud-based system, worth up to £215m
Mobile operator EE enlists Lime Micro and Ubuntu founder Canonical to help develop open source network capabilities and services for rural areas
The Riverbed SD-WAN strategy blends optimization, orchestration, management and other services in a single platform, called SteelConnect.
Would-be cyber warriors battled it out at historic Bletchley Park in the CyberCenturion final, with the team from Gibraltar being crowned the top young cyber defenders
Mobility projects will be the most common IT initiative among Middle East organisations this year, according to research from Computer Weekly
VSP G series enterprise hybrid flash arrays see addition of native NAS functionality on a controller card plus cloud as a storage tier via Hitachi Content Platform
GE’s digital division is now a fully fledged software business with the introduction of an asset performance management system
Juniper Networks has added a container firewall to its SRX portfolio. The latest product provides container protection for banks, carriers and cloud providers.
OpenStack Foundation claims enterprises are increasingly realising that their future depends on being actively involved with open source
Swedish auto manufacturer Volvo is to begin trials of autonomous driving on the streets of London in 2017, using 100 family vehicles in real-life situations
Apple's services division has emerged as its second biggest earner after iPhone sales, as quarterly revenues declined 13%, in line with forecasts
Broadband quality, data privacy and pro-business regime makes Singapore the second most cloud ready country in the Apac region
Managed cloud provider Rackspace claims the open source software platform’s acceptance is miles ahead of where Linux was at this part of its life cycle
It is important for all users of the internet of things to understand what they are getting into with IPv6, and to be aware of the risks and myths, says GE CISO Hanns Proenen
Banks could be putting blockchain under the microscope in a lab environment for the next 10 years, according to Forrester
IBM announces two all-flash arrays – the modular A9000 and rack A9000R, aimed at service providers and enterprises – and the mainframe-connected DS8888
The IT outsourcing sector got off to a strong start in 2016, with sales volumes and values up
Virgin Media embarks on a massive roll-out of FTTP broadband across the UK
Mobile workers are also more creative, satisfied and loyal, says EIU study
Around 60% of IT leaders in Australia and New Zealand expect their cloud computing spending to increase in 2016, with hybrid cloud projects a priority
Intel sheds 12,000 jobs in its shift away from PCs. The PC is dead -- or is it? Also in Searchlight: Google faces more antitrust charges; Viber encrypts all its messages.
This week, networking bloggers discuss a new way to eliminate network outages, OpenStack networking and whether SDN is novel or just natural.
Skills traditionally taught in the home, such as cooking, DIY and maintenance, are increasingly learnt via digital platforms, a report by Halifax Insurance finds
Trials of York’s Ultra Fibre Optic (UFO) broadband service is moving ahead, with early adopters proving enthusiastic about the speeds available
The government accepts the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee’s recommendation that a data science ethics council is established at the Alan Turing Institute
Facebook reports advertising revenue of $5.2bn for the first quarter of 2016, with 82% coming from mobile ads, compared with 73% for the same period the year before
Apple's mobile payments service is popular with consumers and banks but the company has yet to find ways to make 'meaningful' money from it
Former US defence technology chief supports encryption and privacy, despite intelligence services’ fears
IT is dramatically changing traditional industry sectors in the Nordic region. Computer Weekly examines the transformation
GDS’s head of accessibility, Alistair Duggin, aims to help government departments design digital services that are accessible to everyone
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee approves Elizabeth Denham as the UK’s next information commissioner
IT leaders in the Asean region expect to spend more on IT this year, with big data, mobility and IoT all priorities
National Audit Office highlights problems such as re-keying of data and a lack of integration
Vodafone is offering its business customers in Qatar Wi-Fi as a service, which is another sign of the coming together of the IT and telecoms sectors
A report by broadband comparison site uSwitch.com claims that Hull has some of the slowest average broadband speeds in the UK
PCI DSS version 3.2 introduces six new requirements for compliance, some additional guidance and a raft of clarifications
Enterprise cloud collaboration is a major focus for Dropbox, with Project Infinite allowing users to access company files regardless of hard drive size
Eset’s data shows a spike in detections of these particularly nasty malware packages in the third week of April 2016
Partners Dell and Aerohive have collaborated on software for managing WLAN infrastructure hardware, including switches and access points.
Brentwood-based recruitment firm wanted to solve its email archiving problems, but ended up with better security, including new anti-whaling protection in the wake of an attack
Careers firm Investment 2020 claims young people have little awareness of the IT roles available in the financial services sector, or what routes to take to get there
One of the world’s biggest oil producers has responded to tumbling crude prices by announcing a $2tn war chest to fund an economic diversification strategy, with IT set to be a beneficiary
Companies that fail to start planning to deal with the EU’s data protection requirements are in for a real shock, warns the International Association of Information Technology Asset Managers
Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth warns legacy tech suppliers may struggle to get the “magic returns” they may be expecting from aligning themselves with OpenStack
Belgium’s physical security has been branded inadequate, so how does the country’s cyber security measure up?
Interop networking track chair Tom Hollingsworth talks about the topics he believes are most important to today's networking engineers.
Problems related to creating an IT platform for the Royal Bank of Scotland’s planned divestment look set to cause delays
A young, urban and tech-savvy population in the Asean region has forced enterprises to rethink their IT strategies
Amazon reports profits for the first quarter of $513m, compared with a net loss $57m in the same period the year before
More and more IT leaders in the Middle East are considering adopting virtual desktop infrastructures, but user cases are needed to speed things up
CompTIA's business confidence index saw a slight decline in Q2, but most companies surveyed say they are on track to meet their 2016 revenue objectives.