Government digital strategy’s plans to boost the artificial intelligence industry include a £17m fund to support new technological developments
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, cable, fibre, telecoms and media company Altice announces it has enlisted Cisco and Red Hat to virtualise its worldwide mobile network
Ericsson’s Connected Vehicle Marketplace will feature open APIs for telematics, data, data sharing, partner management, and charging and billing systems
A LoRa Alliance draft standard will allow wider collaboration and cross-border use cases for long range WAN IoT network operators by enabling roaming
Teaching IT and cyber security teams about psychology and sociology is key to enabling better cyber security practices in organisations, according to human behaviour specialist Jessica Barker
Health service accused of a ‘cover-up’ after it came to light that more than half a million documents holding patient data were never delivered to their intended recipients
Sainsbury’s CDO Andy Day, who claimed the number one spot on DataIQ’s 2017 100 top data leaders list, is mapping out a data strategy to join customer and product data, in a “farm to fork” pathway
Organised cyber fraud gangs are turning their attention to online lenders and emerging financial services, potentially netting £8bn in 2016, a report reveals
More assistance should be given to teachers to encourage children into science, technology, engineering and maths careers, says Ada College head of computer science
Electronic waste and the carbon emissions from manufacturing are among the areas smartphone makers must address, says environmental organisation
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, BT announces new research into network design and build, and explores the future of 5G networks
The GSMA has launched the Big Data For Social Good initiative, drawing together the big data capabilities of mobile network operators to address humanitarian crises around the world
Hybrid and all-flash array maker extends offer to the cloud with Nimble Cloud Volumes cloud storage that can be provisioned for compute on Amazon or Microsoft clouds or on-premise
Finnish documentary makers Raimo Uunila and Lauri Danska tell the behind-the-scenes story of activist Lauri Love’s battle with the US government – and the impact of the case on his family
Initial hearing regarding sub-postmasters who say they were wrongly punished for false accounting reveals admission by Post Office legal team
Santander bank wants to make its staff more productive through mobile apps, which it will create alongside IBM
Ed Walsh takes over as general manager of IBM storage to reignite sales. He says customers 'challenged by disruption' turn to flash storage to modernize IT.
After Google rolled out the latest version of Chrome, Blue Coat proxy software issues prompt rollback of TLS 1.3 support in latest version of Chrome browser.
Nanyang Technological University will use the Veris Community Database in a research project to enable more accurate cyber risk assessment
United Arab Emirates education network implements cloud-based software to improve students’ access to resources
Imperial War Museum deploys SpectraLogic tape archive systems with LTFS Black Pearl in digitisation project for 21,000 hours of film and millions of images and voice recordings
Union members strike over jobs, pay and pensions after Fujitsu announced plans to cut it UK workforce by 1,800
Microsoft is retiring its Skype Wi-Fi service to concentrate on other services on the communications platform
Six CIOs share their views on the rise of blockchain and how to take advantage of this emerging technology
More than two million voice recordings and e-mail addresses and password data for more than 800,000 accounts linked to an internet-connected toy have been leaked online
Investment in UK fintech went down in 2016 but is still ahead of 2014 numbers, according to figures from FinTech Global
Google Project Zero's 90-day disclosure policy bites Microsoft again, as a zero-day Edge and IE vulnerability is made public before a patch is available.
Strategy includes plans to create international tech hubs, digital skills partnerships, a fintech competition and industry collaboration
Civil rights group Liberty has begun its legal challenge to the bulk surveillance powers in the new Investigatory Powers Act, setting in motion a judicial review
Airline Surf Jet launches its membership-based service in Europe with cloud-based subscription management software at the core of the business
Cloud services giant suffers multi-hour outage that reportedly had a knock-on effect for 20% of the internet
Organisations can bolster their cyber security without incurring huge costs by tapping into free resources and following best practices, according to a security researcher
Women in the UK technology industry believe flexible working and career development opportunities are the key to retaining workers
Nordic banks form an alliance on mobile payments and take over the Vipps platform
The Department for International Trade is evaluating companies bidding for contracts by their support for the UK’s departure from the EU - which may be illegal
Girls have admitted there are role models available to them from the science, technology, engineering and maths industries, but they want to hear from coders and developers
Tata Communications Transformation Services has launched a digital transformation plan to help telecoms and mobile operators transition from communications service providers to digital service providers
Online marketplace firm Alibaba launches a global academy designed to find and train young people to join the e-commerce landscape
New, more minimalist versions of the Epic EHR system will feature lower prices, though also less functionality. And these will be aimed at smaller hospitals, according to Epic.
Adopting GDPR is good business practice and will put the UK on a good footing post Brexit, but getting an EC data protection adequacy ruling could be challenging due to bulk data collection provisions in the Investigatory Powers Act, experts warn
Dubai citizens and health organisations will soon benefit from electronic medical records
Southeast Asia's biggest telecom group Singtel has developed a platform that integrates standalone IoT applications, including connected cars
The government’s digital strategy, which aims to set out plans to the “success of the UK’s digital economy” post-Brexit, has been received with mixed response by industry and experts
Barcelona, the host city for Mobile World Congress, has been demonstrating its use of the internet of things and big data to help manage visitors to Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia
Yahoo's data breaches cost its top lawyer his job, CEO Marissa Mayer millions in bonuses, and $350m off its sale price, highlighting the importance of executive involvement
The notification platform is now ready to be used by all central government services needing electronic progress updates for users
Huawei used its presence at the annual Mobile World Congress fair in Barcelona to showcase a number of its mobile innovation programmes
The Ministry of Defence is taking advantage of G-Cloud for collaboration software to manage its global activities
China is calling for greater international collaboration in cyber space, saying it is committed to working with other countries to combat cyber crime and cyber terrorism
Metal-based product maker Constellium wants to cut the costs associated with its disparate IT support operation through a contract with Unisys
Swedish municipality signs a new IT services partner to drive digital transformation
Cloudflare has published a detailed analysis of the Cloudbleed data leaks and promised ongoing code reviews to assure customers and partners
BT has announced it will create 1,700 apprentice and graduate positions across its group businesses this year
Tintri's storage is evolving to help customers utilize cloud-based services. Tintri added synchronous replication to its VM-aware VMstore arrays and plans to integrate AWS support.
A new SEC filing details who knew about the major Yahoo security breach in 2014, but experts are confused by the repercussions of the announcement.
Airtasker is using Amazon Web Services to ramp up its storage capabilities to meet the needs of an expanding user base
Industrial sabotage is considered to be the most likely reason behind a distributed denial of service attack, a study has revealed
Cloud services giant says an input error by an engineer is what led to large numbers of users being unable to use its cloud storage services for several hours on Tuesday 28 February
As Everywoman relaunches its Modern Muse application, the parliamentary under-secretary of state for women, equalities and early years at the Department for Education, Caroline Dinenage, emphasises the importance of visible role models
BT is to supply a 4G wireless and fixed network to support the Land Rover BAR America’s Cup team, led by Olympian Ben Ainslie, in its bid to win the 35th America’s Cup
The Government Digital Service estimates that local public services could save up to £500m annually by using common platforms such as Gov.uk Verify
IT is helping Crystal Palace football team to prepare for matches
NSPCC CIO Ray Bilsby sets out the work the children's charity is doing to boost the resiliency of its flagship services, with the help of its managed services partners
A cyber attack that forced parts of Barts NHS trust offline in January 2017 has been blamed on previously unknown malware that was able to bypass the antivirus systems, highlighting a common weakness in cyber defences
Public sector contracting stakeholders claim newly launched tool is returning inaccurate results over IR35 status of some public sector off-payroll workers
In SDN news, Versa Networks announces SD-WAN that supports IPv6, and ONUG releases the speaker lineup for its upcoming spring conference, hosted in San Francisco on April 25-26.
Given just months to spin off a $20 billion operation into a new, independent company, American Express Global Business Travel turns to the Dell Boomi cloud integration platform.
Cloudflare security researchers continue investigations as CEO calms fears over potential exposure of sensitive personal data by the Cloudbleed bug, though doubts remain.
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