Institute for Government report says the government could save £2bn by 2020 through digital, but calls GDS to re-establish and evolve its role
The Information Commissioner’s Office is to publish a revised timeline for the UK implementing the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation after Brexit
London Mayor’s Taxi and Private Hire Action Plan sees card technology introduced to all black cabs in the capital
Liquor distributor Republic National Distributing Co. chose the less expensive Silver Peak SD-WAN to raise the reliability of its new digital operation.
Bahrain is a gateway to the Middle East for multinationals, and to the world for locally grown IT startups
Consumers and business buyers think virtual reality and artificial intelligence will play a big part in retail experience in the near future, according to Salesforce research
The biggest barrier to insurance companies adopting digital technology is their heavy reliance on legacy IT systems
Lancaster University reveals details of its work to create an AI-based, self-assembling software system that could improve the efficiency of datacentres
Five-year spending increase - announced by Chancellor Philip Hammond 12 months after George Osborne did so - will support new UK cyber security strategy
EMC’s enterprise content division puts its best foot forward with upgrades in time for OpenText ownership
Report suggests that half of UK adults would switch telecoms and broadband provider in the event of a security breach, and identifies revenue opportunities in building trust among consumers
VM-native storage array maker Tintri will allow customers persistent storage for Docker containers via planned VMware vSphere 6.5 functionality or via bare metal/host OS
Microsoft wants to give open source datacentre hardware developers earlier access to its designs to speed up the time it takes to bring new products to market with Project Olympus
Director of digital transformation Beverley Bryant calls on NHS IT suppliers to make software “more usable”
Thomson Reuters is to make 2,000 redundancies worldwide, many of them in its IT function
Speaking at the Microsoft Future Decoded event in London, the Chancellor revealed how Britain would take an offensive stance to protect infrastructure
Commodities trading software company has moved its software development resources to Bangalore from Moscow
Nexsan Unity can now be accessed by iPhone and Android mobile users, as well as from desktops and laptops, to provide Dropbox-like functionality within the firewall
Public sector agency modernises core system through an IT outsourcing agreement that will support digital transformation
Intel Security adjusts its channel strategy in response to a market shift towards services-based security
Government Digital Service chief Kevin Cunnington announces two new appointments, after the departures of five former directors
The latest survey of banks by Efma and Infosys reveals a big appetite for working with startups in the traditional banking sector
Coca-Cola European Partners, which bottles 15 billion litres of soft drinks each year, is working with an HR technology supplier to develop flexible rewards packages for its 25,000 employees
Chipmaker will acquire Brocade for $5.9bn to broaden its storage business, and plans to sell off most of its acquisition’s networking business
Flash storage chip supply is being squeezed by smartphone manufacturers’ demand, increased notebook and datacentre hardware demand, and difficulties switching to 3D Nand production
Election Protection handles upward of 100,000 calls per day as Election Day nears, routing calls from high-call-volume states using Genesys.
Intel Security has outlined its strategy to protect the new digital economy as it gears up for innovation as a new independent pure-play security firm under the McAfee banner
Cisco executives speaking at the company's partner summit advised channel companies to get familiar with enterprise operational technology buyers when selling IoT offerings.
Big data technologies will play a key role in diversifying Saudi Arabia's economy away from a huge dependence on oil revenues.
Aussie IT pros are better rewarded than their counterparts in the UK, according to surveys
Satellite communications specialist Inmarsat will provide broadband services for Aer Lingus, British Airways, Iberia and Vueling using its hybrid EAN network
There is still a lot of work to be done to change the perception of cyber security and corporate culture to attract more women to the profession, according to a panel of security professionals
IT systems are back up and running at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust four days after its systems were shut down when a virus was discovered
A major survey of European firms shows that few believe HR technology suppliers have had a positive impact on their business, as they ramp up spending on HR technology
Intel Security has detailed a wave of product innovations at Focus 2016, but promises more to come when it is spun out as an independent company under the McAfee banner
London joins cities around the world to seek technology solutions to tackle climate change and help the environment
Global lead for marketing and tech at McKinsey, Jason Heller, says data science is the area of marketing that can make or break campaigns
The Department for Work and Pensions met its deadline for introducing a new state pension system by making very few changes to IT systems and delaying the development of a digital service, says the National Audit Office
The latest report from police watchdog HMIC discovers that a lack of skills in digital and complex IT systems are major challenges for modern police forces
Intel Security Innovation Alliance continues to grow as security firm opens up McAfee data exchange layer
Network services supplier Colt has committed to a system-wide network upgrade to supply customers with bandwidth levels of up to 100Gbps
This week, bloggers explore API adoption for network automation, Igneous Systems' hyperconverged cloud management and NetBeez's troubleshooting.
Cisco tells Partner Summit attendees it will move faster to deliver the network automation tools the vendor has been slow to provide.
Veteran investigative reporter Ted Koppel says a cyber attack on the US power grid is likely, but preparations for such an event are not up to scratch
The window of opportunity for addressing security risks in internet of things devices is closing rapidly, according to Intel's IoT security manager
More than 50% of the 68 suppliers awarded a place on the Crown Commercial Service’s £4bn technology products and services framework are SMEs
NHS Digital wants social workers to help improve IT and technology in social care as research finds challenges and concerns in the sector
Microsoft Team offers a way for businesses to improve collaboration. It is also pushing its AI research in a way to augment humans
The nuclear research laboratory in Geneva, famous for tracking sub-atomic particles, is developing a cloud service to track the thousands of people who apply for jobs each year
Dropbox and Google join the government’s push to ensure cloud storage users are not caught out by sudden price hikes or contract changes
Telco brings an end to months of speculation about its datacentre plans by confirming it has reached a deal to offload 57 sites to BC Partners
Cisco discussed a new per-user, per-month pricing approach for its cloud-based and on-premises collaboration services and products at the company's partner summit.