BT’s infrastructure arm, Openreach, has made digital maps showing its duct and pole network infrastructure available to allow other comms services providers to plan new fibre broadband networks
Rapid7's Beardsley and Brown are back with more insight into vulnerability disclosure, the value of bug bounty programs and, of course, IoT.
The much-delayed plan – now expected to be known as the government transformation strategy – is due to be announced by Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer
This week's SDN news revolves around SD-WAN. Cato Networks introduces an SD-WAN service which merges networking and security, while Viptela and Riverbed roll out managed SD-WAN announcements.
UK firms urged to consider the risks of non-UK cloud service providers and to encrypt data in the light of another US warrant to access emails held by a US cloud services firm on non-US servers
Up to 96 nano nodes fit in OpenIO's SLS-4U96 chassis. Each ARM CPU manages a single high-capacity disk and a small amount of flash storage for fast metadata access.
Fast food chain is using SAP software to help it better understand its customers and operations
Security validation and metrics are some of the key trends in DevOps this year, according to CA Technologies
In its latest Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) report, Cisco says it expects large-scale 5G infrastructure deployments to be well in hand by the end of the decade as more and more data is consumed
The SQL Slammer worm returned to take down systems that have been left unpatched for the past 14 years, but experts are unsure if the attacks will continue.
Online food ordering service’s head of corporate ventures explains how helping startups through its accelerator programme helps it to keep in the centre of the food technology ecosystem
Further battle over cloud data privacy is imminent, as a court decides against Google and declines to consider Microsoft's recent appeal victory as precedent.
Corero Network Security's Dave Larson talks with SearchSecurity about how the Mirai botnet attacks have forced companies to change their DDoS mitigation strategy.
Middle East-based organisations are turning to public cloud services, with software as a service driving a major year-on-year spending increase
Another series of pro-Islamic State hacktivist attacks on NHS websites has underlined the need to harden websites and keep software up to date as attackers exploit a vulnerability in WordPress
The Irish Commercial Court will consider whether privacy protection offered by standard contractual clauses for data transfers to the US from Europe is legally valid
Hyperoptic has been selected to deliver FTTP broadband to new-build apartments at Battersea Power Station
Almost 60% of teachers have admitted developing unconscious gender stereotypes towards science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects
New Kaminario all-flash array features higher performance and capacity, improves data reduction guarantee to 4:1 and offers faster storage networking options.
Rapid7's Rebekah Brown and Tod Beardsley talk about IoT security issues, including new cars, blaming users for poor implementations and why NAT is the best firewall ever.
Qumulo NAS upgrade allows data to move between quota domains without rewriting the file system. QC360 hardware is a petabyte-scale addition to its QC-Series hybrid disk lineup.
Long-awaited strategy aims to change the way government departments and services work though digital technology
NHS and social care organisations are still unsure of when to share information because of a “confusing” regulatory framework, and the National Audit Office is unimpressed with the progress on health and social care integration
Cabinet Office minister Ben Gummer outlines his ambitious hopes for the new government transformation strategy at its launch
IoT security tops the list of RSA Conference 2017 submissions after IoT devices were abused by threat actors, but the topics experts worry about are much more far-reaching.
SAP has announced an intensification of S/4 Hana cloud delivery, together with an infusion of its enterprise resource planning with artificial intelligence
This week, bloggers look into challenges facing an Avaya networking sale, ZeroStack's launch of automated infrastructure, and discuss the hot topics of this year's RSA Conference.
Services like rubbish collection, that are usually outsourced, need greater digitisation to join up to council processes
Women’s network Everywoman announces the winners of its 2017 Everywoman in Technology awards, sponsored by FDM
News roundup: F5 virtual server flaw, dubbed Ticketbleed, is similar to Heartbleed. Plus, DHS is considering requiring social media passwords on visa applications, and more.
The NSA contractor accused of stealing elite cyberweapons over the course of 20 years, but his connection to the Shadow Brokers auction of similar hacking tools is still unclear.
Corero Network Security's Dave Larson talks with SearchSecurity about how DDoS defense has changed and why telecom service providers have struggled to keep up with new threats.
Cisco and Microsoft have worked together in delivering Azure Stack services through Cisco's UCS server. The new product ships in the third quarter.
Rumors have been confirmed that President Trump has fired the White House cybersecurity officer in charge of making sure he and his staff are not hacked.