Usernames, email addresses and plaintext passwords of more than a million Yahoo and Gmail accounts are reportedly on sale on the dark web, posing a threat to corporate security
3D projects abound in the Netherlands, with the technology being applied to canal bridges, bicycles, ship components and buildings
A universal quantum computer, available through the cloud, offers the potential for researchers and enterprises to tackle computationally impossible problems
New chief will drive technology transformation across the bank
UK information commissioner calls on business to focus on data protection, not only to comply with the new data regulations, but also foster the digital economy and gain a competitive edge
Bank’s customers unable to make transactions as third-party card processor systems go offline
Dutch airline KLM develops virtual reality simulation to show engineers what to do if a maintenance hangar catches fire
A new cybersecurity report used a hacker survey to offer a perspective on IT that can often be overlooked and found there may not be any easy answers.
Belgium-based Linux-plus-LTFS startup adds S3 capability to allow customers to add cloud as a tier and data portability between on and off-premises archiving
Riverbed adds NAS support to SteelFusion to broaden the reach of the remote office storage appliance, which already supports SAN and object storage.
The Home Office tech boss shares her views on Brexit challenges, collaborating with GDS and running large government IT programmes
SwiftStack 5 object storage software upgrade enables two-way data synchronization between on-site private cloud storage and public cloud storage from Google and Amazon.
The Department of Justice dropped a child pornography case in order to avoid disclosing a Tor vulnerability; dozens more cases potentially affected.
Organisations in the Middle East must create competitive IT recruitment strategies if they are to attract the right people
UK retail body BRC publishes the first of its kind step-by-step guide on how to manage cyber security threats
German car parts manufacturer ZF Group opens a technology centre in India to focus on software lead innovation
New regulations for public sector contractors are needed but will lead to a period of “significant pain”, according to Home Office tech boss Sarah Wilkinson
Major research reveals the opportunities and challenges facing fintech firms
Many companies are in denial about cyber attacks, but they need to accept that they are likely to be targets, that everything is hackable and that they need to act accordingly, says security expert Menny Barzilay
In the wake of the Shamoon and Shamoon 2.0 malware attacks, a new wiper called StoneDrill is targeting organisations in the Middle East and Europe
Programme to help foreigners set up businesses in Estonia through virtual residency is gathering pace
Cisco has added cloud-based management to its HyperFlex hyper-converged integrated systems. The vendor also released a HyperFlex model with a much larger network interconnect.
Enterprises can now deploy NetBackup and Backup Exec on the Google Cloud Platform, among other capabilities
Hardware giant buys Nimble Storage for $1.2bn and plugs a gap below its high-end flash retro-fitted 3PAR arrays with ground-up solid state-based hardware
Top secure messaging and email apps are said to be safe from CIA hacking tools, but organisations are urged to assess their own vulnerability if the tools were to fall into the hands of cyber criminals
230,000 jobs in the capital markets sector globally will be defunct because of the adoption of artificial intelligence technology
Mail company uses Azure, AWS, Salesforce, SuccessFactors, Office 365 and Microsoft Dynamics as it shifts from on-premise IT
Excelero aims at transactional and analytics use cases for webscale users that want to create SAN-like pools of storage with its NVMesh software-defined product
The financial services regulator in Abu Dhabi is co-operating with its counterpart in Singapore to promote financial technology developments
The government has launched its 5G mobile strategy to coincide with Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Spring Budget, and has revealed more details of its planned broadband investment
Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond targeted improvements in innovation, connectivity and education in his latest financial update
BT and partners Ericsson, O2 and Vodafone are to expand a mentoring scheme launched last year to encourage girls into Stem careers
Energy and services company claims major savings in IT costs after moving its HR services to the cloud
WikiLeaks released a massive dump of files it claims to be CIA hacking tools, codenamed Vault 7, which includes iOS and Android zero-day exploits.
Post-Brexit, the UK should seek EU data protection adequacy as well as special status regarding the EU Data Protection Board, says information commissioner
Surprising HPE acquisition snares hybrid flash vendor Nimble Storage for proposed $1.2 billion. HPE picks up Nimble arrays and vaunts InfoSight storage analytics and monitoring.
Rallying employees and business partners around digital engagement efforts is just one of the challenges facing companies in the region
Primary Data updates its DataSphere metadata engine to boost scalability and performance, support more hardware options, and connect to multiple Amazon S3-based cloud buckets.
Experts criticize both WikiLeaks and the CIA for failing responsible vulnerability disclosure around the Vault 7 documents, and question the CIA's use of the VEP.
Saudi Arabian firm chooses point-to-point wireless to ensure it provides the connectivity required for a fast-growing business
The pizza chain has launched a chatbot that takes orders via its Australian website and mobile app
Fei-Fei Li, Google's chief scientist of artificial intelligence and machine learning, talks up societal benefits of making artificial intelligence tools and technologies accessible to all
The executive chairman of Google’s parent company, Alphabet, says the “speed limit” to moving to the cloud has been lifted, and enterprises need to pick up the pace of their plans to move off-premise
Nordea launches a mobile savings app from Norwegian finanical technology company Spiff
Managed cloud company becomes first managed service provider partner for the Google Cloud Platform
Wikileaks’ publication of documents detailing CIA hacking tools has prompted calls for government to control spy agencies’ use of vulnerabilities in widely used hardware and software
Police Scotland’s IT systems replacement programme failed because of loss of trust and underestimation of its complexities, according to an Audit Scotland investigation
Skiers and snowboarders get access to EE's superfast 4G mobile broadband at Scotland’s Glencoe Ski Centre
Thrush Aircraft flew through a cloud-based CRM implementation by engaging employees all along the way. Here are tips based on its success.
Danish consumer rights protection organisation has referred Google to regulator over its personal data storage policy
IT firms in London need to do more to reduce a gender bias and increase diversity in the workplace, says research
The GDPR and global enforcement work will place an extra work burden on the ICO, but government has collaborated on a new funding plan that is awaiting parliamentary approval
Birmingham Airport has installed Wi-FI and Bluetooth sensors to gather valuable information on how long travellers are taking to move through the immigration process at the UK Border
NHS National Services Scotland has launched its Spire system, sharing anonymised patient data for research purposes
The DSSD D5 for PowerEdge servers from Dell EMC was the first product from the merged vendors. DSSD instead will be used to accelerate existing and new all-flash systems.
This week, bloggers assess the effect of New York cybersecurity regulations, whether the network edge will grow in importance and how customers create complexity.
Google employees recently completed Operation Rosehub, a grass roots effort that patches a set of serious Java vulnerabilities in thousands of open source projects.
A rush for cyber defence apprenticeships shows young people are looking to cyber security as a viable and interesting career option
The skills gap in Singapore is putting big data analytics out of reach for port and logistics companies
WikiLeaks has promised to show tech firms details of what it claims is a leaked arsenal of CIA hacking tools to enable them to prepare fixes before any more are made public
BT agrees to Ofcom’s requirements for the legal separation of its arm’s length infrastructure division Openreach, which is now to become a distinct business
Carr Gomm outsources IT support to allow internal IT team to think beyond keeping the lights on
Continually evolving ransomware is among the threats organisations need to factor into their cyber defences in 2017, but only once they have taken care of the basics, says Kaspersky Lab researcher
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange promised to work with vendors to help patch products vulnerable to CIA hacking tools, while the FBI and CIA will investigate the leak.
Cloud-based unified communications and video conferencing adoption are seeing gradual increases, according to a new survey. Plus, Cisco and Microsoft still reign supreme.
News roundup: Report on zero-day vulnerabilities questions government stockpiling. Plus, Comey talks encryption and privacy, FCC blocks consumer protection rule, and more.
Excelero's NVMesh Server SAN is generally available after two years of proofs of concept by hyperscale data centers. The product builds SAN capacity from server-based NVMe flash.