Tom Read, currently digital boss at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, will replace Arif Harbott as chief digital and information officer at the Ministry of Justice
A major trial of IoT technology in the homes of vulnerable dementia patients could pave the way for a revolution in how elderly care is delivered in the NHS
In his opening keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, Oracle chairman and CTO cites AWS, Workday and Microsoft as main competitors for cloud revenue in enterprise IT
UK citizens think banks are the best organisations to provide biometric authentication for payments
Microsoft is consolidating its Skype staff in London to one office and merging some roles, which could result in more than 200 job cuts
Serioplast gets reliable disaster recovery as it replaces NetApp plus remote physical servers with Syneto hyper-converged infrastructure at factories across Europe, Africa and Asia
Silver Peak has joined a growing list of WAN vendors partnering with service providers to roll out managed SD-WAN services for enterprise customers.
Singapore outlines its strategy to use electronic payments to improve things for businesses and consumers
Australia is adopting an internet of things standard that was developed in the UK to help improve security, among other things
The US government publishes a policy aimed at ensuring the safety of self-driving cars
IT team at major UK historical venue supports diverse business through “eyes and ears” services agreement
The Digital Catapult is launching a London-wide internet of things network to support digital startups and SMEs as they develop applications and use-cases
Lloyds of London survey reveals just how badly some European firms are failing in terms of cyber security and low levels of awareness about the role of cyber insurance
Mid Essex NHS Trust upgrades its storage infrastructure to keep up with increasing volumes of data
US fintech services provider Synechron makes a number of its blockchain applications available in the cloud to help financial services firms get to grips with the emerging technology
At JavaOne 2016, Oracle's chief architect of the Java platform group, Mark Reinhold, discusses the addition of JShell. Learn why he's excited.
The Best of VMworld Europe User Awards 2016 are now open for entries until 30 September. Read the criteria and find out how to submit your nomination here
Advanced Trojan that has been targeting different regions is now preparing to hit UK banks, according to IBM X-Force Research
Oslo datacentre is IBM’s 12th in Europe and 48th globally and will target large and small enterprises and startups to offer services
Storage performance monitoring and analysis provider extends capability to NAS testing for the first time as customer use of file access for virtualisation brings storage issues
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison criticises Amazon Web Services as a cloud database environment at Oracle Open World 2016, fleshing out earlier critique
Despite efforts to bring down the cost of mobile connectivity for business users, a report from iPass shows business travellers are incurring hundreds of pounds of charges every month
Chief digital officer at financial services group describes how new technology is fundamentally changing the business
Cisco-backed research into cloud adoption trends suggests few enterprises have perfected their off-premise IT strategies
The European College of Commissioners has proposed new rules to help prevent abuse of the end of mobile roaming charges across the EU
Secure messaging service Swift was surprised by the gaps in banks’ cyber security practises highlighted by mega cyber heist, says CISO Alain Desausoi
Java has always been derided as being too verbose, especially when compared with languages like Groovy or Scala. But, according to Brian Goetz, that's all about to change after Java 9.
If we learned one thing from the JavaOne 2016 keynotes, it's that the Java EE platform is built to enable reactive programming.
With no particularly new announcements surrounding the Java platform, JavaOne 2016 has a more subdued feel than conferences in years past.
Nearly 40% of UK organisations do not test disaster recovery plans properly, mainly because of concerns about disruption to production operations
TV5Monde counting the cost of not being adequately prepared for a cyber attacked that downed the network in 2015
Consumer rights champion’s research shows 12% of Windows 10 users have downgraded to an older version of the software because of troublesome updates
Hyper-converged appliance maker will allow customers to pay for what they use in hardware that will now add networking
Cloud storage firm makes good on an earlier pledge to give enterprises the opportunity to host data in Europe, as its efforts to court the business community continue
IT director of parent company Jardine Restaurant Group has transformed the way Pizza Hut interacts with customers in Hong Kong and plans the same in Myanmar and Vietnam
The King‘s Fund warns that the government’s plans for a digital NHS lack clarity around funding and priorities
Openreach CEO Clive Selley has criticised rival broadband providers campaigning for the separation of the infrastructure business from its parent, BT, saying they are ignoring important facts
Accenture’s IT apprentice programme has its first female graduate, and the company hopes this is the start of more female graduates to come
To go along with acronyms like TAGRI and YAGNI, we'd like to add YAGNTI: You ain't gonna need that interface. Learn why that applies to JavaOne 2016.
SDN market-watchers discussed Project Boulder's SDN interoperability trial, nine good reasons to buy white box switches and Riverbed's latest SD-WAN strategy.
Hedvig outlined its vision for a Universal Data Plane spanning public and private clouds, as it announced an updated version of its software-defined storage.
The retirement housing and care services provider has launched its first digital system in a care home and will no longer install analogue systems across its estate
Yahoo comes under fire for not detecting and notifying users sooner of the biggest breach of personal details to date
Applications are open to cyber security startups for the first of two cyber innovation centres to receive £50m over five years, as part of the government’s £1.9bn National Cyber Security Programme
Broadcaster reveals how it is attempting to pre-empt the potential change in viewing habits the rise of augmented reality could bring
Researchers at the Royal Bank of Scotland investigate the use of distributed ledger technology for bank clearing systems
The Department for International Trade selects two startups to help it build an artificial intelligence, peer-to-peer knowledge network
The latest Cisco professional services are aimed at helping companies build and manage hybrid clouds. The offering reflects a shift in Cisco's cloud strategy.
The Science and Technology Committee accuses the government of being unclear on the benefits of gas and electricity smart meters, and mishandling aspects of the national roll-out