Aisha Bin Bishr, director general at Smart Dubai Office, discusses how Dubai is evolving as a smart city with the support of local telecoms provider Du.
Former government IT leader says Australia’s IT is so bad that if the government were a private sector organisation, it would fail
3D printing adoption is set to accelerate in Southeast Asia after a delayed start
Bank hopes to gain knowledge about technologies such as artificial intelligence and biometric security through its new technology advisory board
Investment banks can make huge cuts to their IT infrastructure costs through blockchain, according to analysis
Carnegie Institution for Science's embryology department
manages research data with Qumulo Core data-aware NAS storage, taking advantage of advanced analytics.
Researchers saw a Gmail phishing campaign in the wild using clever tricks to access accounts including a difficult 2FA bypass only possible in real time.
Testifying in an IP-theft case against Facebook-owned Oculus, Mark Zuckerberg reveals the acquisition cost $3bn, not $2bn as originally announced
Civil service chief John Manzoni highlights the potential and need for the government’s use of data to improve public services
Forrester rates 12 hyper-converged infrastructure providers according to products, company strategy and market presence, with Nutanix, Simplivity and Pivot3 coming out on top-line
Government Digital Service moves to allay public sector concerns about using off-premise services in a bid to speed up cloud adoption beyond Whitehall
A DARPA project seeks researchers from academia and business to improve security for mobile networks and devices. The program could bring better tools for the enterprise.
Salesforce hopes to add visual and creative elements to its document tool, while Commerce Cloud's integration with Facebook Ads hopes to make buying easy.
Hardware giant pays out for hyper-converged market number two, and says it will keep existing Simplivity products, moving them all to its ProLiant servers by the end of 2017
The cloud-based system by Advanced supports fan engagement and is able to handle peaks in traffic on Southampton FC’s website
Experts say US-CERT is taking advantage of a potential -- but unverified -- vulnerability in Windows SMB v1 to remind enterprise users the outdated service should be disabled.
Satellite connectivity services supplier’s worldwide internet of things network will support customers operating connected vehicles
CTOs share enterprise storage predictions for 2017. Cloud, server-based storage, HCI, and growing use of containers and analytics will spur further disruption.
Research finds shipments of 25 GbE and 100 GbE switches are outpacing 10/40 GbE hardware, as companies find more value in the higher-bandwidth gear.
Two factors are driving the hybrid deployment of unified communications: infrastructure needs and business value. But enterprises need to navigate certain deployment turbulence.
This week, bloggers look into network automation tools, incident response, and the new reality of MPLS and SD-WAN.
As Microsoft touted its Windows 10 security features defeating unpatched zero-day vulnerabilities, it also warned customers about security issues with Windows 7.
West Middlesex University Hospital trials technology that allows the checking of vital signs through wearable patches on patients
Digital Economy Bill comes under fire again for its data-sharing principles, this time from the House of Lords Delegated Powers Committee
Consumer broadband groups have hit out after BT put up its broadband prices
News roundup: A flawed Adobe extension was secretly installed on 30 million Chrome browsers. Plus, the Mirai author has been identified; Google releases security details; and more.
Researchers find the Carbanak gang has evolved its attacks on financial institutions to use Google services for command and control infrastructure in malware.
Retired Brig. Gen. Gregory Touhill stepped down as the federal CISO, leaving questions surrounding the future of the position and the work he has done.
SSH creator Tatu Ylonen talks with SearchSecurity about how the cryptographic network protocol has grown over the years and why poor SSH security is jeopardizing enterprises today.