Intel is reportedly considering the sale of its security business to generate capital as the company restructures
Specialised devices running older versions of operating systems are becoming critical points of cyber attack vulnerability, warns TrapX Security
While the British government gets ready to negotiate a Brexit deal, Computer Weekly takes a look at how leaving the EU will affect UK tech startups
The financial services IT community faces a period of uncertainty as finance firms reassess plans following the EU referendum result
Uncertainty, funding issues and potential changes to procurement lie ahead as the UK prepares to negotiate its Brexit deal, but suppliers remain cautiously optimistic
New reports suggest Intel may be looking into selling off its security business, and experts are unclear whether it means Intel's McAfee acquisition has gone sour.
A fintech Islamic finance platform that links leaders with businesses via banks in Malaysia will change the role of Islamic lenders
Australian bank NAB is accused of violating a customer over industry data sharing
Bet365 follows up its move to object storage with efficiency gains that result from migration of test and dev work to Simplivity hyper-converged infrastructure from HDS SAN
Documents reveal trials of mobile traffic interception technology in UK jails, which may have affected users beyond the prison walls
Brexit will present some cyber security challenges – but it will be largely business as usual, say information security professionals
Industry watchers expect sterling’s position to remain weak against the US dollar, prompting speculation that US IT suppliers may increase prices
Inmates in Finland’s prisons will no longer need to use cash as a pre-paid card system is rolled out
The ICO is to discuss with government the implications of the Brexit vote and its effect on data protection reform in the UK, says outgoing information commissioner Christopher Graham
Telco plans to roll out BT Connect service to Oracle Cloud customers during final quarter of 2016
Westminster Magistrates’ Court hears evidence from medical experts that alleged hacker Lauri Love is at risk of suicide if extradited to the US
Dublin court case on the legality of Facebook’s data transfers to the US raises issues that affect US national security, claims US Department of Justice
Vodafone says it may pull its headquarters out of the UK after the country voted for Brexit
The number of women heading up tech departments has risen to 7% in 2016, finds Mortimer Spinks
The US government is seeking permission to request details of travellers’ social media presence
The IT services sector across the globe will be hit by the uncertainty around the UK's future relationship with the EU, but a spending freeze will eventually thaw
Prosecution lawyer Peter Caldwell questions whether activist Lauri Love is exaggerating mental health problems to avoid extradition to face hacking charges in the US
IP traffic in Middle East and Africa to grow 41% a year by 2020, according to Cisco Visual Networking Index
As the economic uncertainty around Brexit continues, CIOs may put new datacentre investments on hiatus, warns analyst
Technology company “collective”, the Tech Talent Charter launches to tackle lack of diversity in the tech sector
The tech industry group TechUK has set out a five-point plan, urging government to work with the IT sector in a post-Brexit UK
The Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS trust has deployed the Sunrise electronic patient record system from US supplier Allscripts
Cyber attackers use more legitimate software than malware, which means most organisations are incapable of detecting much of the malicious activity in their networks, a report reveals
Consultants and job seekers joined practitioners at the Cloud Expo conference with cloud questions on topics ranging from container storage to the internet of things.
Juniper has introduced SD technology for enterprises that the vendor says will simplify the deployment of branch networks.
TheServerSide talks to Couchbase's Arun Gupta about full-stack NoSQL applications, like Couchbase Mobile and Couchbase Server.
Prosecution lawyer questions whether activist Lauri Love is not fit enough to stand trial in the US over hacking charges,as expert witnesses warn that US prisons are ill-equipped for people with mental health problems.
This week, bloggers look at a startup using microsegmentation to create a secure communication channel, FireEye and customized managed network services.
Startup Mist rolls out a wireless service that blends artificial intelligence, virtual Bluetooth Low Energy beacons and unprecedented visibility into network performance.
As Australian voters go to the polls this weekend, the future of the country's National Broadband Network is up in the air
Attack groups using the LizardStresser botnet are exploiting IoT devices to mount massive DDoS attacks without using amplification techniques, say researchers
The CIO of Dutch human resources services provider Randstad Group Netherlands tells Computer Weekly about its use of big data, mobile applications and agility
While most agree that electronic patient records are beneficial, nearly half of NHS CIOs are worried about meeting NHS England’s mandate of going paperless by 2020, according to a survey
Lloyds Banking Group announces it is cutting IT jobs as part of a cost-cutting plan, which also sees 23 branches close
Pivot3 clusters its hyper-converged infrastructure boxes with NexGen all-flash to give vSTAC SLX products aimed at multiple workloads, but with key apps’ performance QoS-protected
Akamai’s latest State of the Internet report says the average mobile broadband user in the UK can expect to get a service speed close to 30Mbps
Cisco spends $293 million on technology that secures mobile users' access to the cloud. It's the latest addition to the Cisco security portfolio.
Five of the 23 startups that pitched for a place on John Lewis’s 2016 startup programme will be spending the summer in the retailer’s Jlab accelerator
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has won $3bn in damages after a five-year legal battle with Oracle over its decision to stop supporting its database on Itanium-based servers
US authorities have launched an investigation after the driver of a Tesla Model S was killed in what is believed to be the first fatality involving an self-drive vehicle
The Crown Commercial Service extends the Contingent Labour One framework, now due to expire in June 2017
Barclays Bank opens up about how increasing competition in the financial services sector has fuelled its 18-month, company-wide campaign to increase its use of agile and DevOps methodologies
Security researchers say fast-spreading Hummer Android malware could be netting cyber criminals around $500,000 a day for installing porn and other apps on mobile phones
The Services Family, a bank set up to serve military personnel, has outsourced technology services to Sopra Steria
The post of information commissioner for the UK remains vacant, with new appointee, Elizabeth Denham, still in Canada awaiting a Crown warrant of appointment
The language learning company uses multiple tools to make its DevOps environment run smoothly, but Docker has been the key to streamlining application releases.