Enterprises indigenous to the Gulf region are taking their first step into business and IT shared services through internal developments
Another huge data breach has exposed poor security of user details and continued poor user password practices
Latest projects in NHS Innovation Accelerator programme include IT platform for end-of-life care and text-based appointment booking system
A month after announcing the Hammer acquisition Exertis is busy again buying AV player Medium
Technology can play a significant role in mental health, but has been largely overlooked by both initiatives and funding. However, things are about to change
Cloud service provider Access Alto struggled with reliable performance in legacy block and file environment, so moved to Tintri hybrid flash with VMware-native file access boxes
Insurance software house comes under fire from users again, after they run into problems with its cloud service for the second time in a week
Salesforce Einstein and Commerce Cloud are at the forefront of this year's Salesforce strategy, but the company works to gain momentum around IoT Cloud.
Businesses are revamping their technology and omnichannel strategies to keep pace with the millennials
Hyper-converged appliance maker HyperGrid promises full two-way workload portability between on-premise hardware, private cloud and public cloud services in HyperCloud launch
Engineering student Lauri Love faces trials in three US states and a possible 99-year jail sentence for allegedly hacking into US government computer systems as part of a political protest, despite concerns over his health
Mobile network operator does not expect the UK leaving the EU to have a significant impact on its ability to carry out business as usual
451 Research's cloud and hosting market review suggests enterprise IT decision makers are preparing to ramp up with use of cloud and hosting services in 2017
A year after a major data security breach laid waste to its reputation, TalkTalk boss Dido Harding says things are turning around
The department is looking for a digital strategy and transformation leader to shape digital services in the health sector and work closely with GDS
Software giant’s identity architect calls on enterprises to professionalise the way they relate to customers to help replace online identity infrastructure that is not fit for purpose
Identity for online gambling presents a potential market opportunity, because no suppliers are meeting the industry's consumer identify requirements
Internet giant is launching a programme to introduce virtual reality technology to UK schools and teach children how to use it
The Department for International Trade launches an online digital trade hub to help businesses gain access to international markets
As advanced preparations begin for the next World Radiocommunication Conference in 2019, the GSMA calls on governments to work together on a global spectrum plan for 5G
Forward Networks and Veriflow Systems have introduced verification technology to help engineers manage corporate networks.
SonicWall reflects on the benefits of spinning out of Dell and how it's reengineering its channel focus and product roadmap to match the speed of the security market.
Adobe discovers ways of addressing security challenges of scalability, diverse technology stacks and business criticality
Scandinavian retailer Coop simplifies virtual server storage with VMware Virtual SAN software-defined storage and sidesteps bandwidth bottlenecks on NetApp Metro Cluster replication
Authorities in Finland are working with IBM to improve healthcare through cognitive computing
Insurance brokers blast SSP Worldwide over its approach to crisis communications during recent cloud outages
Finnish ATM network operator launches a mobile payments platform that banks and service providers can offer their customers
Cyber attackers are turning to machine learning to create smarter attacks and defenders will require similar technology to detect them, warns Darktrace
A consumer broadband study by Cable reveals that customers of smaller providers and altnets tend to be more satisfied with their service
Research suggests IT professionals with expertise in cyber security and big data could find themselves in high demand in 2017
The UK ranks low in terms of how much it invests in the ICT infrastructure as a proportion of GDP
A Public Accounts Committee hearing shows the government’s data and cyber security landscape is chaotic and confusing
Fujitsu’s senior executive vice-president urges firms not to be scared of digital transformation, as the disruption caused by new technologies is “unstoppable”
Chief executive officer will leave NHS organisation in March next year after just under three years in the role
This week, bloggers weigh the possible outcomes of the Broadcom Brocade deal and discuss cybersecurity lessons fueled by the 2016 U.S. election.
Security, privacy and identity are key to digital transformation, which is an evolutionary process, according to Martin Kuppinger
UK police chiefs aim to improve data sharing, integrate IT functions, improve digital intelligence and make digital interactions easier by 2025
Data center provider Equinix has agreed to provide customers with the option of using the F5 application delivery platform in hybrid cloud environments.
The Advertising Standards Agency turns its attention to how broadband providers advertise the speed of their packages, amid fears that consumers may be misled
Citibank will no longer handle cash at its six branches in Australia as digital channels reduce demand for cash transactions
Rights groups have vowed to continue to oppose the controversial Investigatory Powers Bill, which is now just two steps away from becoming law
The Public Accounts Committee has begun its inquiry into the controversial Emergency Services Network, taking evidence from suppliers, emergency services and the Home Office
Zopa, the company that pioneered the peer-to-peer lending sector with its tech platform, looks to add more disruption to the retail banking market
Cyber attacks on internet shopping are expected to increase in the run up to Christmas, with a million attacks targeted at UK retailers alone
Dutch bank ING used digital technology to reinvent itself following the financial crash, and is about to reinvent itself again, says its global CTO, Brendan Donovan
Norwegian telco is expanding its internet of things business, which packages all the components its customers require to offer IoT-based services
The gross financial benefit from the national smart meter rollout could be hundreds of millions of pounds less than first thought, but the costs of the programme are still rising
The latest Cisco earnings show a drop in overall revenue, as service providers spend less. Cisco blames lower sales on macroeconomics.
A Chinese company was found to be preinstalling Android spyware on budget smartphones and collecting phone call and messaging data without consent.
Three men arrested in connection with mobile handset upgrade fraud enabled by unauthorised access to customer data
A report from the Nuffield Trust finds that there isn’t enough evidence to show the true impact of digital technology on the NHS, and that it may not produce the savings expected
The government has asked Ordnance Survey to develop a planning and mapping tool to help determine the future locations of 5G mobile network infrastructure
Cryptology expert Bart Preneel says the European security industry must commit to secure communication for the masses and open source is the key to secure infrastructure
IT services arm of Deutsche Telekom opens UK datacentre to help enterprises grappling with private cloud and SAP migrations
Deal sees 2,560 Volvo Group staff transferred to HCL, bringing mainframe expertise to Indian IT services firm
Board executives at healthcare company Elekta are analysing workforce data to make better strategic decisions
Nestlé’s professional business services unit will incorporate internet of things technology into its coffee machines in pursuit of greater efficiency and customer satisfaction
Following the presidential election, Republican leaders suggest the FCC take a pause in voting on any new FCC regulations. Plus, Facebook turns its attention to telecom.
Customer data breaches continue to demonstrate that companies are still not treating cyber risk like every other business risk, says Adrian Davis of (ISC)2