Organisations in the Middle East face the challenge of gaining new IT skills despite IT staff budget cuts
Professional services giant KPMG says UK businesses cannot afford to ignore incoming European data protection requirements if they want to continue to trade successfully with the continent in future
Google broke the mould with a cloud-based office productivity suite, but it now appears to be losing ground to Microsoft
Fast food giant has emailed all 1.2 million members of its loyalty scheme, urging them to change their passwords after its recent data breach
Some of the tech industry's biggest names have come together to create the Zero Outage Industry Standards Association to help improve the uptime of IT systems and services
Computer Weekly looks at the technologies that will dominate enterprise IT in Saudi Arabia next year
To stand still is to decline. The Netherlands seems to be losing ground in the digital world, according to new reports
A digitally connected stethoscope from a Silicon Valley startup is now available in the UK and promises to change patient-doctor interaction
Metro Bank moves its IT infrastructure to a private Rackspace cloud platform, which will allow it to keep up with the latest technologies and reduce costs
The UK managing director of AWS claims region opening will help existing customers meet their latency and data sovereignty requirements, and benefit the wider economy
The Swedish financial services regulator FI fines Nasdaq Stockholm and its clearing operation for not managing its security supplier adequately
Significant robotic process automation skills included in ISG’s $74m acquisition of Alsbridge
The Crown Commercial Service is failing to deliver quality services to customers and achieving value for money, according to the National Audit Office
Apple-based product manufacturer moves to an industry-specific ERP system in the cloud
Software giant Microsoft expands on UK datacentre launch to give users private network access to its facilities
Arista, Cisco and Juniper took steps this year toward providing better network automation systems. Next year, companies can expect to see technology from other vendors.
This week, bloggers assess what Amazon's Snowball Edge really means when it comes to HCI, as well as discuss some of the new features of Arista's new leaf and spine switch.
Yahoo confirms details of a historic data breach, dating back to 2013, affecting one billion users
Typographical mistake in an email warning of a phishing attack on the US Democrats led to thousands of private emails being accessed and published by Russian-backed hackers
The Irish hospital hopes the new system will change the way it tracks patient journeys and collects real-time data
BMW and IBM are putting research teams together to investigate the use of IBM Watson to personalise the driver experience
Networking giant says change in cloud strategy indicates how users’ technology needs are evolving
Cisco is in the process of moving customers off the Intercloud Fabric as the company prepares to close the infrastructure-as-a-service offering.
Machine intelligence, artificial intelligence and cognitive computing are likely to become key components of business operations, says Gartner
Benelux-based IT decision makers expect to divert more of their IT budgets to cloud technology and services
Oracle’s Q2 results for fiscal year 2017 indicate 70% growth in cloud revenue from $649m in same year ago quarter to $1.1bn, 12% of overall revenue, flat at $9bn
Sources say strategy is “ready to go”, but GDS is working with government departments to “embed” it further
Ofcom’s Connected Nations report highlights improvements in broadband speed and connectivity across the UK, as well as areas that are still ripe for improvement
News roundup: A report finds nearly half the internet is filled with vulnerable websites. Plus, SWIFT confirms more hacks, Amit Yoran steps down from RSA and more.
Attivo Networks introduced a new partner program to sell its deception-based security technology; other IT channel news from the week.
By switching to Amazon Web Services, existing Salesforce customers could gain insight from AWS apps that will easily integrate with Salesforce.