Scottish internet startup MaidSafe brings its vision for a more private and secure approach to the web a step closer to reality
A range of companies will receive help to develop and innovate in the digital health sector
HP Inc has agreed to take over Samsung’s printing business, with disruption in the copier market its aim
Eindhoven University of Technology gains flexibility and pays only for the storage it uses by dumping in-house managed hardware and getting Zadara’s VPSA private-cloud-as-a-service
Eurostar’s head of digital talks about the benefits of bringing development in-house, Wi-Fi headaches and on-board entertainment
Aberdeen City Council has begun work on a regional fibre network to enhance digital services under the auspices of the Capita-run Scottish Wide Area Network framework
Are all-flash arrays the hottest storage technology in Asean and is it only a matter of time before flash will replace hard drives for all hot and warm data?
Redland City Council chose to return to a traditional storage architecture when it was struggling to get rates notices out in good time
Organisation that brings Dubai’s cultural heritage to life has implemented the latest technologies to support its mission
Scottish government issues prior information notice to kick off new procurement to deliver 100% superfast broadband access across the country
Chief digital officer and chief technology officer will drive forward the digital transformation strategy of 27 Scottish councils
Many small businesses have the mistaken impression that they are safe from cyber attacks and the huge damage they can cause
Two of the Nordic region’s banks will use joint operations, including IT, to help them grow in the Baltic area
Bank apologises after planned test of datacentre fire suppression system knocks out servers and storage, leaving Romanian customers unable to access funds
With its new VNF Design Studio, Mushroom Networks says it is providing customers with a whole new set of WAN tools to improve performance.
The relationship between banks and fintech companies has sweetened over the past five years with mutual respect evident, says HSBC boss
Capital One’s CIO talks about having to adapt agile to fit the business, the importance of data and taking advantage of talent
Internet use rapidly increases in Myanmar, with most people connecting through smartphones
At the second reading of the controversial Digital Economy Bill, MPs debated the future of BT and Openreach and the proposed universal service obligation for broadband
Clydesdale and Yorkshire group to invest in technology at retail bank while reducing staff and number of branches
Network integrator Updata has warned that NHS organisations and network suppliers must mobilise now to get ready for the transition to the Health and Social Care Network next year
The global anti-doping agency confirms attack on database led to leak of data belonging to Olympic athletes
Crest hopes to grow the accreditation programme into a global initiative to certify cyber response capabilities
Dell has finally become a market leader in the server market, shipping more x86 servers than rival HPE
Troubled all-flash pioneer Violin Memory launches two new all-flash arrays, the FSP 7650 for extreme high performance and 7450 for general workloads at 60c per gigabyte
National Cyber Security Centre boss Ciaran Martin sets out plans to launch a countrywide firewall, blocking malware and fight hackers
While there is plenty to discuss at Jenkins World 2016, the Jenkins Pipeline plug-in is clearly the topic getting the most attention.
It's easy for small organizations to embrace DevOps adoption. At Jenkins World 2016, larger organizations are talking about how to achieve success.
The Riverbed SD-WAN refresh means companies can swap out existing routers; UNH opens a testing lab for 25 GbE; and Gartner warns NAC policies need tightening.
Suddenly you don't have to code to program. The introduction of low-code/no-code platforms are bringing coding to the masses and showing the biz side how development really works.
This week, a networking analyst examines the future of managed WAN services, while another one remembers his time at EMC in the wake of last week's Dell-EMC merger.
The UK government has work to do to reduce complexity of security policies, according to the NAO
Football club has unveiled an interactive fan wall, built on SAP’s Hana Cloud Platform, to engage fans better
Market watcher claims enterprise aspirations around cloud adoption are not being met
Companies using technology platforms to offer insurance will be increasingly common, and a larger variety of insurance products will be available as a result
The Emergency Services Network is untried, untested and carries significant implementation risk, according to the National Audit Office
While awareness of cyber security risks is improving, fewer firms know how much an attack is likely to cost them
More changes ahead for Government Digital Service as Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer tells staff they will be moving to east London as the organisation takes over the DWP Digital Academy
CPPGroup has decided to replace SSP's technology with a platform based on its existing systems, at a cost of more than £6.5m
£1bn programme is latest government plan to transform courts with better use of technology
Downtime hits Microsoft and Google cloud users as rival service providers both experience technical difficulties
HPE is paring down its software holdings, including analytical database software in the Vertica line and other big data tools. A sale to Micro Focus is due to close next year, leaving users in some limbo for now.
The European Commission is set to make a number of changes to European Union telecoms rules to support ultrafast network connectivity
The Department for Work and Pensions has been giving its customer information system an overhaul, and will begin deploying it to a limited number of users this month
Scientific support services organisation buys system from Sopra Steria as part of regional collaboration programme
Oracle’s first-quarter fiscal 2017 revenue increased by 2% year-on-year, with cloud revenue for the quarter reaching $969m
Internet giant claims six out of 14 of its global datacentres no longer send any waste to landfill, as a result of its efforts
Lancashire-based JJO dumps separate backup apps for servers and PCs to deploy Arcserve UDP backup appliances, and gains 100% protection of 68TB non-virtualised estate
Westminster Magistrates’ Court has ruled that alleged hacker, Lauri Love, can be extradited to the US, where he could face a 99-year prison sentence
The NHS trust has merged its community patient administration system with its central system used by the acute service
ExtraHop introduces a new IT analytics appliance that lets IT search and download packets associated with a particular transaction.
Bank prepares to replace one of the UK's core financial systems, with Real Time Gross Settlement service set to be modernised
Many organizations are struggling with Jenkins and Docker integration, but CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey says guidance can be found at Jenkins World 2016.
OpenStack distribution provider claims TCP Cloud acquisition will ensure its customers' infrastructure is equipped to cope with the rate of application innovation they are demanding