The combination of AI and humans will triple productivity if businesses get the balance right for different roles
UK firms still have much work to do in preparing for GDPR compliance, minimising the risk of identity theft and regaining trust, according to law firm Winckworth Sherwood
Developer Bellway Homes chooses FTTP broadband supplier Hyperoptic to supply ultrafast services to new homes in Welwyn Garden City
UK businesses need to adopt a risk-based approach to cyber security spending to ensure the best ROI and most appropriate data protection, says industry expert Michael Dieroff.
Old technology and human error combined to cause major IT outage at Yorkshire NHS trust, review finds
The new Panzura controller has a bigger cache and an improved operating system with enterprise features. Hybrid Cloud Controller model also offers new enterprise support options.
EU citizens’ rights under the Privacy Shield Act are not directly affected by President Trump's executive order on public safety, according to international law firm Hogan Lovells
Technology is causing disruption in most markets, but only 49% of marketers believe they are pressured to develop their customer service as a result of disruptive technology
The take-up of cyber security insurance in Australia remains low, but it could increase if data breach notification regulations come into force
Many NHS trusts are failing to scan internal apps for security-related defects or scan web perimeter apps regularly, potentially exposing patient data to cyber breaches
The fact that Donald Trump's labour secretary has previously offshored IT work to the Philippines could ease IT services fears, particularly in India
Insurance companies are investing in digital innovation, with a new breed of leaders formalising enterprise strategies
At least 10,000 and possibly more than a million Netgear routers are vulnerable to hijack by attackers, warn security researchers
Tech leaders from several major open source cloud initiatives condemn President Donald Trump's travel ban, and claim it could harm diversity and hinder the tech industry's wider innovation potential
HM Revenue & Customs sticks to 2018 deadline despite warnings from MPs, but three-year transition will cost firms £1bn before savings kick in
Rural fibre broadband supplier Gigaclear has been awarded a Stage Three BDUK contract covering remote parts of Northamptonshire
The cost of data breaches topped 20% of revenue in the past year as cyber attacks became more sophisticated and defenders struggled to keep pace, the latest Cisco security report shows
Rapid7's Beardsley and Brown offer insight on Mirai botnet attacks, while also sharing some of their craziest penetration testing and incident response experiences.
The Washington, D.C., Police Department spotted hacked CCTV cameras before the inauguration and has remediated the ransomware, but questions still surround the attack.
RSAC 2017: Innovation Sandbox competition pits this year's top 10 cybersecurity startups against each other in a bid to win top honors as most innovative.
The latest Juniper switch fabric is aimed at multiple data centers and includes a single set of management tools. The product is the latest under the Unite brand.
RSA Conference 2017 hasn't been affected by President Trump's recent executive order, but the travel ban has still send shockwaves through the tech industry.
Nearly 100 companies are working together to develop open standards for process control systems that will bring prices down and improve their resilience to cyber attacks
Apple has reclaimed the title of top smartphone seller after record sales of the iPhone, Mac and Watch delivered it a record quarter
The success of a cloud project at Aster Group gives the IT department the task of having to curb enthusiasm for the cloud
Tampere is encouraging its people, businesses and government organisations to come together to make digital transformation work for everyone
TalkTalk CEO Dido Harding has stepped down, leaving the ISP in rude health
Developers, junior developers and mobile applications developers are among the top 10 job roles expected to see the highest salary increases this year
Agreement between BAE Systems and CSA aims to develop national cyber security capabilities as part of Singapore’s cyber security strategy
Mobile roaming charges in the European Union will end by 15 June 2017 after final agreement was reached on the regulation of wholesale prices
The UK plans a full implementation of GDPR and is confident of agreements with the US to ensure uninhibited data exchanges with the EU and US post-Brexit, says digital minister
Mobile network O2 expands its reach into the vehicle insurance market with the launch of an internet of things monitoring service
The idea that hackers could switch off a country’s electricity, water, oil and gas supplies is a nightmare scenario – but it could happen
New Rackspace president Jeff Cotten reveals details of what the future holds for the managed cloud company now it's under new ownership
It is not yet clear when US president Donald Trump will sign an eagerly-awaited executive order on cyber security that was scheduled to take pace on 31 January 2017
NetApp launches small-footprint A700s version of its high-end All Flash FAS A700 with built-in SSDs, updates all-flash capacity guarantee for A-Series flash storage line.
This week, bloggers look into whether dropped packets are better than delayed packets, discuss cloud-based shadow IT and clarify the meaning of microservices.
SSH creator Tatu Ylonen explains why IoT SSH implementations can be dangerous and presents real-world examples of threat actors abusing SSH keys to attack enterprises.
The National Bank of Abu Dhabi is to use blockchain-based technology to offer cross-border payments service to its customers
Social media giant Facebook has partnered with Enterprise Nation to provide digital skills training to more than 10,000 women by the end of 2017
The majority of UK workers are unaware of incoming regulation, leaving employers with work to do on GDPR awareness and coming UK data protection laws in 2017, survey shows
Users of StrucxureWare datacentre monitoring software urged to upgrade to latest version after discovery of critical vulnerability by security researchers
A strong group performance in Vodafone’s third quarter was undermined by difficulties in the UK
Aerohive shifts gears with Wi-Fi for small businesses that feature cloud-based management software, Cisco considers the true cost of a data breach and Arista beefs up visibility.
A researcher finds unpatched flaws in DOD systems that may have already allowed a Pentagon hack, and the government is doing nothing to remediate the issue.
The new Slack Enterprise Grid has the technology basics for business. But winning large enterprise deals will require a better strategy against Microsoft.
Minio's object storage software is written in the robust Go programming language and supports Amazon S3 storage APIs for developers working in container environments.
Public Accounts Committee sets out six recommendations for the Cabinet Office to address shortcomings in protecting government data as UK defence secretary expresses concern over Russian cyber activity
Amazon Web Services reports another strong quarter, but analysts point to slowing of annual revenue growth
GDS project approvals process helped reduce potential IT spending, says government audit agency
Control room system crashes have been causing delays in London Fire Brigade response times
Global security and aeropace firm boosts government’s CyberFirst skills initiative as Cabinet Office comes under fire for efforts to secure public sector data and ensure cyber teams have right skills
Amazon reports growth in Alexa-powered services in latest financial filing
High-Tech Bridge agrees with the UK National Cyber Security Centre that some security firms are using fear, uncertainty and doubt to promote sales of their products
Parcel delivery firm has seen significant business improvements from a digital transformation programme and replacement of legacy IT systems
The Home Office officials in charge of delivering the Emergency Services Network have been questioned by the Public Accounts Committee after new information came to light concerning some of the existing subcontracts
News roundup: Google updates G Suite with stronger authentication. Plus, WordPress secretly patches vulnerabilities, malware is likely to infect entire OSes, and more.
A leaked version of a draft of a government cybersecurity executive order from President Trump has experts debating the effects such an order would have.
Microsoft decided to delay a Windows zero-day patch by two months, prompting the researcher who found it to post the proof-of-concept exploit code.