Etisalat signs deal with technology company to offer its customers a mobile wallet service, as fintech expands in the Middle East
Insurers are held back from digital transformation by legacy systems, but insurance-focused IT startups offer them hope
Airline’s business-to-business and cargo divisions have found Salesforce CRM to offer a “family feel” beyond the software
BT has announced plans to roll out a free London-wide wireless internet and phone service
Ocado's head of data, Dan Nelson, reveals details of how the online grocer is using machine learning to bolster the responsiveness of its customer service teams
Smartphone apps are the next frontier for human resources technology, according to HR technology analyst Josh Bersin
Australian CIOs must plan digital platforms that can connect to customer and business networks – or risk losing customers
Ofcom imposes multimillion-pound fine on mobile operator after an investigation uncovered multiple failings arising from a problematic IT systems migration
Department store retailer John Lewis selects three retail tech startups to receive their share of the £200,000 JLab funding pot
By combing CRM data, Abacus looks to provide finance teams with a clearer picture on costs accrued during marketing campaigns and events.
This week, bloggers look into the DDoS attack program that leveraged IoT devices, Webscale's cloud-resource-allocation platform and alternative views of digital transformation.
Schneider Electric has patched a security flaw that highlights the vulnerability of industrial control systems to cyber attack
The technology sector is one of the key drivers behind the UK economy’s 0.5% growth in the months following Brexit
By helping to create a thriving, diverse and open information security community, (ISC)2 hopes to ensure a steep rise for the profession
Vendors Extreme Networks and Mist are promoting Wi-Fi APs that include services delivered today by other devices on the wireless network. The new products are unique in the market, but experts expect that to change.
Software vendors are increasingly offering admin-facing mobile apps, allowing IT to use their mobile devices to remotely manage users. Take ADManager Plus for Active Directory management, for example.
A Riverbed software update blends SteelCentral; Gigamon intros a security appliance; Check Point warns of 2017 ransomware threats.
A US man is given a sentence of 18 months in jail for hacking into celebrity iCloud and Gmail accounts after investigators failed to find a link with the leak of celebrity nude photos online in 2014
Having established a base of paying customers through a key partnership with Dell, SDN supplier Big Switch Networks is opening its first European offices and gunning for Cisco’s ACI business
Enterprises need to prepare networking team members for SDN and DevOps, as the industry continues to change, Verizon and Yahoo said at the ONUG fall conference.