Public sector-focused cloud provider claims latest round of price cuts means its services are cheaper to use than some of its US counterparts
Google spin off Waymo announces trials of new self-driving vehicles, with all technologies involved developed in-house to cut costs and improve performance
Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s former informatics director goes to jail for accepting £80,000 worth of bribes from a supplier in return for an IT contract
The Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against D-Link, and experts said the move was likely to push more secure routers in the wake of the Mirai botnet attacks.
Truffle Hog utility roots out and detects text blobs with enough entropy to be secret keys -- even those buried deep in old Git repositories -- to prevent exploits.
There are continual cyber attacks on banks, and although most are repelled, there is significant room for improvement
A report commissioned by the government claims the UK’s 2016 vote to leave the European Union should have minimal impact on the country’s ability to lead on the development of 5G networks
Microsoft offers up a meager January 2017 Patch Tuesday release before bigger changes planned for Windows security update announcements, which are set to take effect in February.
The McKinsey Global Institute has revisited its path-breaking 2011 big data report, finding a new salience for machine learning, and most companies under-capitalising their data
Poor authentication in MongoDB configurations has led to a sharp increase in ransom attacks, and experts say tens of thousands of databases could be at risk.
Singapore is the second most globalised economy in the world and its IT infrastructure is critical to this achievement
Vulnerabilities in digital security certificates highlight the need for organisations to be able to exercise more control over those certificates
IBM adds an F to existing DS8884, DS8886 and DS8888 all-flash and hybrid arrays with addition of PCIe 3.0 disk connectivity, but stops short of NVMe capabilities
Tech sector association techUK wants to help overcome public distrust in the internet of things
Customers and vendors are looking for resellers that are in a position to offer real expertise around digital transformation and have undergone the process themselves
Lloyds Bank’s digital banking problems still unresolved after a second day
This week, a report shows a big lead in Cisco market share in multiple segments; Ericsson extends its Cisco partnership; and Extreme targets retailers with new products.
This week, bloggers look into network device configuration, the tools the next generation of network engineers will require and security scalability.
Experts are impressed with the simplicity of Google's Cloud KMS even if it doesn't separate itself from the key management service competition.
Politicians and business leaders will discuss the risks posed by technology to jobs, political stability and cyber security at the World Economic Forum in Davos
The expansion of the IBM DS8880 hardware line introduces all-flash models designed around the vendor's High-Performance Flash Enclosure Gen2 to support PCIe 3.0, but not yet NVMe.
News roundup: St. Jude Medical patches vulnerable medical IoT devices after a five-month controversy. Plus, the Email Privacy Act is reintroduced; Juniper warns of a firewall flaw; and more.
New Microsoft privacy tools will give users control over the data collected on the web and within Windows. Experts hope the tools will offer data privacy transparency.