Global experts in urban planning and smart technology will discuss the important role Dubai will play in supporting the development of smart cities in the Middle East
The PCI Security Standards Council is urging firms to act now to avoid exponentially increased penalties under new EU data protection regulations
Insurance brokers urge software house to rethink rebates, in light of the financial toll prolonged cloud outage has taken on their businesses
451 Research shows UK enterprises are on course to pay thousands of pounds more for the same cloud services as last year, in the wake of Brexit
Ahead of Broadband World Forum, an Ovum report reveals high levels of interest in G.fast delivery technology, particularly among major European operators with large copper networks
London borough’s contract with Liberata will not end until 2020 as the local authority signs an extension worth up to £22m
Business demand for consumer identity management capability is growing to enable new business models, improve customer engagement and ensure General Data Protection Regulation compliance, says KuppingerCole
The Isle of Man has opened an IT and Education Campus to teach tech skills to the island’s adults
UK intelligence agencies have been collecting communications data on the population without adequate oversight for over a decade, according to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal
Thailand’s Health Ministry is using virtualisation technology from VMware to provide better healthcare for citizens
Despite barriers such as cost of implementation and customer preference for mobile technologies, desktop virtualisation will see steady growth in the Asean region
Technology Business Research report sheds light on the impact that cloud, virtualisation and hyper-convergence are having on traditional datacentre hardware revenues
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Lack of consumer and regulatory understanding, combined with low technical and cultural preparedness, represents a major threat to revenue and brand value, according to a Symantec state of privacy report
Country’s peak internet data hit all-time record in August, equating to year-on-year growth of 57%
Virtualisation giant wants to allow customers to run cloud operations in a common environment between on-premises private cloud and public cloud services
IBM posted flat revenue figures for third quarter overall, despite solid growth generated by its big data, cloud and artificial intelligence activities
Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange offers controlled access to the AGM information of listed companies through a blockchain-based service
Containers offer a rapid and flexible way to deploy apps, but many are put off by lack of storage management support and scalability in SAN and NAS systems, says Portworx survey
Company culture and overall attitude to security is a major contribution to vulnerability to cyber attack through firmware, a study by Isaca has revealed
Following its partnership with AWS, VMware is honing its hybrid strategy with a suite of tools to manage workloads accros private and public clouds
Telecoms giant has signed a partnership agreement with Iranian counterpart HiWEB to provide IT infrastructure and internet of things services in the country
The VMware-AWS hybrid cloud partnership pressures OpenStack supporters to simplify deployment of the open source cloud platform in the enterprise.
Cyber security requires a team approach, based on a good understanding of the threat, to achieve effective resilience, according to Barrie Millett of the Cyber Rescue Alliance
Matthew Gould is taking on the role as director general for digital and media to help build “digital ecosystems” and promote innovation
An eclectic bunch of activists, charity workers and reformed hackers spent a rainy Sunday afternoon plotting their next move in a campaign to save Lauri Love from extradition to the US on hacking charges
VMware Virtual SAN now supports containers with persistent storage and allows physical server storage access to its shared pool of capacity via the iSCSI SAN protocol
FCC chairman proposes reducing price caps on TDM business data services. Google Fiber and Verizon propose expansion in wireless testing locations and high-frequency spectrum, respectively.
Members of the apprentice scheme at UK IT services firm MCSA tell Computer Weekly why university was not the natural progression for them
Companies struggling to fill info sec roles should focus on finding people who can do what they need, not on qualifications, according to a security industry panel
New College Durham decides to update its expensive SAN with VMware’s Virtual San, as hyperconverged infrastructure was deemed too expensive and ill-fitting for the college
At Broadband World Forum in London, BT showed off improved FTTP and G.fast broadband delivery technology, and set its sights on expanding ultrafast services to rural areas
Security must be based on real-world business needs and practices as traditional perimeter-based security is no longer working, says independent security consultant Brian Honan
Oliver Stone's biopic on Edward Snowden reaches the heart of the ethical crisis posed by mass surveillance for the state and ordinary citizens
Cabinet Office must “act now” to avoid wasting more money on its delayed programme to migrate back-office functions to two shared service centres, according to a PAC report
As VMware announces upgrades to its VSAN hypervisor-based storage software, event attendees seem to think it is a costly product and possibly unsuited to high-end use cases
The Republic of Ireland plans to set up a national cyber security centre and education programme to improve the security of critical infrastructure, businesses and citizens
Digital and culture secretary used his keynote speech at Broadband World Forum to call for a national market-led fibre-to-the-premise roll-out, and pledged government support to make it happen
Ministry of Defence IT chief will depart in March next year, becoming the latest of several high-profile government technology leaders to quit
Data from The Academy secondary school in the seaside town of Selsey was restored just hours after a fire destroyed most of the premises, thanks to a cloud backup agreement set up a year earlier
Analysts examine how the VMware hybrid cloud announcement pits the vendor against OpenStack and Azure, and they discuss must-have features in an automation RFP.
UAE bank becomes the latest to test out the potential of blockchain technology for improving financial services processes
Asean Cyber Capacity Programme (ACCP) launched in Singapore to fund cyber security efforts across the region.
Find out who won what, including the best of show prize, at the 2016 VMworld Europe User Awards in Barcelona
Armed Forces minister Mike Penning says military must rethink how it recruits trainees to attract people with the cyber security skills the country needs to protect itself
Analysis of an attack aimed at stealing $1bn reveals important lessons for cyber defenders, says BAE Systems head of threat intelligence Adrian Nish
Google uses cloud user conference to outline how its commitment to innovation, low prices and new datacentre regions is helping it stake a claim in its competitors’ customer bases
Drinks maker Diageo is increasing its footprint in India with a new business services centre in the city of Bangalore.
As the prime minister prepares to meet EU leaders to begin difficult Brexit negotiations, Virgin Media's Tom Mockridge calls for an end to uncertainty
The latest version of the Facebook Wedge switch raises the hardware's throughput to 100 Gbps. But the networking gear remains a non-enterprise technology.
ING is offering a mobile app that allows consumers to manage accounts with different banks in one place
Government Digital Service aims to open more regional outposts for training civil servants in digital skills, says new chief Kevin Cunnington
Former GCHQ head David Omand says the UK will be the first country in Europe to legislate to regulate digital intelligence and put it under judicial supervision with judicial review
At an event in Paris, Huawei launches a €75m cloud development programme, and reaffirms its commitment to its UK operations post-Brexit
Defence secretary Michael Fallon has promised funding to get rid of “cyber vulnerabilities” in the UK, as he also revealed the government is using “offensive cyber” against Daesh
Spotify’s vice-president of infrastructure opens up about the company’s datacentre downsizing plans, and how taking a multi-cloud to IT consumption would not work for the firm
SAP’s third quarter 2016 financial results show 28% growth in cloud revenue, and the addition of 400 customers for its flagship S/4 Hana product
Only through collaboration between all customer-facing parts of a business can it deliver the customer experience that is crucial to survival in the digital era, according to CXP Group consultant Nicole Dufft
Where should companies analyze their IoT data, and what is AnalyticOps? The Data Mill reports.
DNS provider Dyn experiences a large DDoS attack, causing disruption to online services
Startups and established mHealth and health IT vendors showcase care coordination and telehealth apps, while speakers talk about tech tools for the elderly and mentally ill.
Two of the most valuable lessons in cyber security are to know your enemy and not to rely on users to be secure, according to industry veteran Mikko Hypponen
The government’s new digital chief talks about his plans for the future and the challenges of transforming public services
Google is revamping its Cloud Storage services to woo users and challenge AWS with price cuts, lifecycle management and cold storage with quicker retrieval times than Amazon Glacier.