The Baltic state is reportedly in early stage talks with the UK and Luxembourg governments about setting up a backup site in either country to protect citizens’ data from risk of hackers
BT Group chairman Michael Rake says the organisation is willing to let an independent board oversee Openreach’s spending and strategy decisions
Cisco has launched a vCenter plug-in for connecting the VMware management tool to applications running on non-virtualized servers.
Verizon Communications to boost its advertising business by acquiring Yahoo's client database in a $4.83bn deal
ZeroStack has entered partnerships with T5 Data Centers and Colovore, which will host the company's cloud appliance technology in their colocation facilities.
Australian enterprises are increasingly investing in security software as the threats to data continue to multiply
EIU report highlights governments’ desire for better use of data, including cloud access
Online public service users may be asked to allow access to their Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter accounts to help prove they are who they say they are
Cyber criminals have accessed some O2 customer accounts to steal personal details and offer them for sale, but O2 says it was not breached and password re-use is to blame
Irish court hearing triggered by Austrian law student Max Schrems could have huge implications for EU-US trade and the data privacy rights of millions of EU citizens
British hackers, including members of Anonymous, have been tried in the UK, despite causing serious damage to US computer systems, a court hears
BT Group’s plans to give Openreach greater independence share some common ground with Ofcom’s recommendations, but will this be enough to ease its rivals’ anti-competitive concerns?
Media company will give undergraduates a taster day at its headquarters to attract the best tech talent
Many companies are still not applying the best technologies, policies and procedures to ensure sensitive data is protected in the cloud
Amazon is working with regulator CAA to enable trials of Amazon’s Prime Air drone to take off in the UK
Next wave of ransomware expected to be more pervasive, resilient and capable of spreading quickly and effectively throughout networks by capitalising on vulnerabilities
Status updates system is latest part of the government-as-a-platform strategy from the Government Digital Service
Apple share price up on strong performance in services and investments in augmented reality and artificial intelligence, despite 27% year-on-year decline in quarterly profit
The Economist Intelligence Unit finds UK companies struggling to cash in on data exploitation, in a SAS-sponsored research study
Research organisations from across Europe want to build a hybrid cloud platform to support their HPC and big data projects
Warwickshire and West Mercia combine emergency and contact centre systems using Saab Group’s Safe unified control room system
Nationwide campaign seeks to enable UK businesses to make their views known as regulator considers the future of BT-Openreach
Transatlantic data transfer framework approved, but will need more fine-tuning in the first joint review in a year’s time
HMRC has awarded Accenture a contract that will run until 2020 to digitise the UK tax system
Setting up a cyber criminal business is easier than ever believed, according to UK information security startup Digital Shadows
Collaboration will investigate “smarter” ways to cope with challenges related to transport, health, energy and the built environment
Countries and companies must act quickly to address the cyber security skills shortage through improvements in education, workforce diversity, training opportunities, security technology and data collection, a report says
A10 has acquired Appcito to improve its portfolio of ADC services for enterprises adopting cloud computing.
Facebook has reported a 186% year-on-year increase in second-quarter profits driven by a 63% rise in advertising revenue boosted by demand for video ads
Technological advancements make it difficult for the Investigatory Powers Tribunal to assess privacy threats, say the tribunal’s own judges
Recruiter Structur3dpeople utilises the power of social media to spread the word about women in the technology industry
Samsung has reported a 27% rise in operating profit for its mobile division in the second quarter, driven by strong demand for Galaxy smartphones, which the company expects to continue
Dubai-based Rotana Hotels sees guest satisfaction rates rise on back of 802.11ac wireless roll-out at its Al Murooj Rotana property
BT Group reported a 35% increase in revenue as it benefits from its EE acquisition and a large share of the broadband market
Just 2% of more than 15,000 enterprise cloud application analysed are GDPR-ready, according to a cloud risk report
Judges at the UK's most secret court were persuaded not to disclose the existence of secret intrusive data on the population after briefings and lunch with MI5's deputy director general
This week, bloggers look at Cisco's shift from CLI, Savvius' packet capture appliance and cybersecurity as a vertical industry.
Research by Monster finds the younger generation react strongly to what they find on an employer’s website when looking for work
Insiders say senior civil servants want to break up the Government Digital Service and return IT to its previous departmental model
Oracle has agreed to buy NetSuite but the acquired company will retain autonomy says Oracle
Fidor CEO says merger with BPCE will allow challenger to continue its international expansion
The Universities of Bath, Birmingham, Cardiff, Swansea and Warwick are giving researchers free access to cloud-based compute resources to speed up scientific discovery process
As the skills gap leaves firms scrambling for tech talent, self-taught developers are taking advantage of the need for skilled workers
Alphabet ascribes strong second quarter financial results to long-term investments in mobile and video as demand for advertising through these channels increases
Amazon's share price climbed 2% on news of strong second-quarter sales growth boosted by a 58% year-on-year rise in sales of cloud services
TalkTalk has overhauled security since its controversial data breach in 2015, according to CTO Gary Steen, and is investing in technology to beat its rivals on customer service
With Amazon, Google and Microsoft all reporting strong growth on the back of cloud, we take a closer look at how they have achieved it
Despite concerns about the draft Investigatory Powers Bill, a legal researcher has highlighted that existing legislation is a much bigger threat to privacy than most UK citizens realise
ICYMI: Verizon launches VNF service to enterprises; Ethernet organizations plan 2.5, 5 GbE plugfest for fall and Riverbed beefs up SteelCentral.