After a six-year dispute, the European Commission is close to imposing a fine of around €3bn – half of what it could actually bring to bear
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) aims to become one of the most connected and smart countries in the world within five years
The Federation of Communication Services has sent an open letter to Ofcom CEO Sharon White with 10 points on revamping Openreach’s governance
Children’s charity Childnet wants to empower kids by teaching them how to become digital leaders and advise their peers about online safety
HSBC is cutting its UK IT workforce and transferring jobs to lower-cost countries as part of its global delivery strategy
Only 35% of the European IT firms and telcos have developed a clear plan for dealing with the impact of a Brexit vote, a study shows
The UK fraud prevention service is calling on the government to use the Queen’s Speech to introduce policy and legislative changes to tackle cyber and other forms of fraud
Costly website and app downtime spurred an application performance monitoring tools makeover at Beachbody. Learn how the fitness firm chose and deployed new APM tools.
Spanish broadband and mobile operator ready to offer financial services via O2 Banking using the technology of startup Fidor
Public sector IT buyers risk breaking disability discrimination laws, following removal of web accessibility safeguards from G-Cloud, it is claimed
Computer science graduates from ethnic backgrounds are more likely to be out of work six months after graduating, according to the Shadbolt Review
The BBC announces plans to develop a second Birmingham-based headquarters for BBC Three
As Equinix sells off eight European datacentres to rival Digital Realty, analyst Steve Wallage predicts what the fallout from the deal might be
Two police forces have selected Sopra Steria to supply a common IT system to align business processes in a deal worth up to £41m
A Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) report shows business how cyber criminals operate and how to disrupt them at each step of their criminal value chain
Mobile operator Vodafone shares details of its full-year financial results, while talking up the role cloud has to play in its ability to deliver low-cost services
The Skills Funding Agency says firms training apprentices should share the experience with other businesses
T-series arrays acquire 3D flash drives, with the T5060, T5080 and T5040 all set to benefit
Riverbed upgrades SteelCentral with support for public cloud, containers and Skype for Business.
Southeast Asian retailers say securing customer payments is a major challenge as new payment technology is forced on them by market and consumer pressure
The policing lead for digital investigation and intelligence says new structures will improve engagement and collaboration between the UK tech industry and police forces
Snapchat’s model addresses the shift away from traditional media consumption, says Snapchat’s chief strategy officer
Ingram Micro has moved to bolster its services capabilities with the acquisition of Comms-care
Government plans to cut costs associated with letting mobile operators build infrastructure on private land could lead to lower mobile costs for consumers, it is claimed
A report on improving cyber security in the financial industry makes several recommendations – including targeted tax breaks to stimulate investment
Patientrack system, which helps assess vital signs digitally and flags up potential problems, is in use throughout several hospitals in the region
Microsoft’s Nadella says companies have ‘an existential need to bring our best together’
The adoption of converged and hyper-converged infrastructures in Southeast Asia is in its early stages, but growth is expected
Only 23% of organisations are capable of responding effectively to critical security incidents, according to NTT Com Security's latest threat report
The Queen’s Speech announced plans to make the UK a world leader in the digital economy and reiterated a commitment to making fast broadband a legal right
Public Accounts Committee (PAC) report questions government progress on growing the volume of public-sector business it gives to SMEs
HP Inc rolls out its first 3D printer, with hopes that it will revolutionise manufacturing
Security researchers discover a surveillance operation against separatists in Eastern Ukraine using spear phishing attacks to spread previously unknown malware
Cloud security concerns are evolving with the increasing adoption of cloud computing, but continue to top the list of barriers to adoption, a study reveals
A finance leader at New York Life explains how S/4HANA Finance helps manage and analyze data on $528 billion in assets, and the key role of change management in a successful project.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has turned to SDN and Corsa data-plane appliances in tackling soaring demand on ESnet research network.
Aspect Software adopts NetSuite OneWorld to cope with consumer-led business transformation
High performance computing specialist aims at analytics- and transaction-heavy workloads in the enterprise with its upgraded Intel Broadwell-powered SFA array, the 14KXi
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) softens its stance on OpenStack compatibility by introducing support for Azure, VMware and Docker too
NetSuite manager for commerce products looks at how consumers are forcing the retail world towards an experience-led business models
The NHS trust decides to invest in an electronic patient record system from Cerner as part of a major investment programme in IT and infrastructure
The Google I/O conference moves to Mountain View, as new products and product enhancements for everything from Google Duo to Google Allo to Android N are announced.
In this week's roundup, a blogger expresses frustration with Broadcom, and analysts assess the next generation of endpoint security market and monitoring.
There are several important lessons to be learned from revelations about LinkedIn's 2012 data breach, say security experts
On 24 May 2016, the government’s identity assurance platform will move from beta to “fully live”, after missing its original April go-live target
Digital economy minister talks up government’s work in supporting the growth of the UK’s technology sector
Smartphone market saturation in developed countries blamed for fall in demand for Apple devices
REST appears to be sure-handedly winning the API war with SOAP, so it's time to start learning about REST security. We explore this protocol's latest security developments.
Salesforce Government Cloud Lightning eases government agencies' security concerns, allows for app sharing and improves communication among agencies and citizens.
AbilityNet claims government is "falling down on the job" by failing to act against firms that do not make their websites and services accessible to disabled users
Virgin Media is using Salesforce to offer a single customer view irrespective of the channel the customer uses to talk to the company
Dell launches an operating system update for its SC Series storage arrays, featuring dedupe, QoS, Live Migrate, VVOLs support and new management capabilities.
The CIO of Finnish city Vantaa tells Computer Weekly why the Nordic public sector can lead the way in the use of digital
The government’s delayed programme to migrate back-office functions to two shared service centres is not achieving value for money, lacks an integrated business case and has failed to track additional costs incurred, says the NAO
Google is to appeal to the top French court to quash a fine and ruling by French privacy watchdog CNIL that requires Google to apply the right to be forgotten to all its websites
The Care Quality Commission’s delayed review of NHS data security standards will encourage NHS organisations to have senior information risk owners and Caldicott Guardians at board level
Culture and digital economy minister Ed Vaizey says Europe offers a pool of skills and a digital market for UK technology
Google appears to be following Microsoft with new features to Android, including add-ons that look similar to rivals Skype, OneNote, HoloLens
IT demands and a changing market prompted Finland’s state-owned postal provider to transform itself
The pressure of delivering 24/7 support to IT infrastructure is taking its toll on the people tasked with caring for it, warns HumanOps advocates
CTO of automation management firm ponders why the energy consumption habits of datacentres are not given the same level of scrutiny as other industries
Organisations in Copenhagen can buy and sell previously unavailable data on a data marketplace set up by the city government
Cisco sales last quarter revealed weakness in its switching and router business, as revenue from software subscriptions and cloud-based services increased.
The retailer’s executive talks about his new role, leading a digital transformation and the hard lessons learned
Digital leaders at CBS, IBM and SAP point to culture as one of the biggest digital transformation hurdles. Here's how they prevailed.
Any legislation on encryption should be preceded by an in depth and careful reflection process, says EU Civil Liberties Committee chair Claude Moraes