CIOs in the Middle East have three huge digital transformation challenges this year, even before they start to look at what technologies to use
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst calls for enterprises to tap open source technologies to build new capabilities and solve business problems
New lab facilities have been established at Singapore’s Republic Polytechnic through partnerships with RSA Security, Palo Alto Networks, Trend Micro and Ixia
Maersk and IBM test out the application of blockchain technology to track and manage the paper trail of shipping containers around the world
The National Cyber Security Centre is to deliver tailored seminars for politicians on how to protect their email communications and voters’ data to defend against cyber threats to the political system
Around 2,000 IT staff at Lloyds Banking Group are set to transfer to IBM as part of a seven-year IT outsourcing deal, says union
Firm hopes bounty scheme will inspire others to do the same to encourage security specialists to make open source software more secure
Mobile operator Vodafone is creating 2,100 jobs in the UK by reducing the amount of call centre work done offshore
Bolton College replaces six-year-old Dell EqualLogic iSCSI block arrays and is won over to Tegile hybrid flash by ease of troubleshooting troublesome VM I/O spike issues
Dutch motoring club has shaped its business in a way that enables the business and IT department to innovate together
Modular construction firm is moving to a single source of business information through cloud technology and services
The UK’s NCSC and NCA publish a joint report on the cyber threats facing UK businesses, outlining the best response strategies
IDC's latest EMEA-wide server market sales tracker suggests soaring demand for ODM servers is hitting tier-one manufacturers hard
Nominet, the registry for more than 10 million of the UK’s internet domains, is expanding into the internet of things and internet security services
With the Avnet Technology Solutions acquisition all tied up the scope of Rob Tomlin's role has expanded
The government introduces an amendment to the Digital Economy Bill to protect the pensions of BT employees transferring into the newly independent Openreach business
Research by tax advisers QDos Contractor suggests few public sector off-payroll workers would be willing to stick around if made to pay the same tax as salaried staff
Hyper-converged infrastructure maker Scale Computing is set to introduce NVMe connectivity to its products in 2017 with tiers of all flash also on the roadmap
Security researchers found Android ransomware and malware pre-installed on popular devices, putting users at risk for information theft, tracking and more.
The National Cyber Security Centre is unashamedly ambitious in aiming to make the UK the safest place to do business online, which chief Ciaran Martin sees as an achievable goal
SHA-1 certificates are still in play, despite browser deprecation, as SAP Ariba advises legacy users to use unpatched browsers to avoid error messages, blocked access.
Women's health website Lifescript 'transformed into a DevOps shop after implementing Pure Storage all-flash arrays from and Actifio copy data management..
RSAC 2017: With malware-detecting software increasingly coming under fire for vulnerabilities, find out what the experts had to say about the future of the antivirus industry.
After its cancelled February Patch Tuesday, Microsoft's March 2017 Patch Tuesday includes nine critical Windows security bulletins targeting remote code execution flaws.
The European cyber security industry has one of the lowest proportions of women and the highest gender pay gaps in the world, the latest Global Information Security Workforce Study shows
Healthcare in the Middle East looks set for a revolution, according to the first surgeon to use Google Glass during an operation
The National Theatre is increasingly using cloud technology, with the implementation of cloud-based productivity tools its latest move
Teams is Microsoft’s latest step to put Office 365 at the heart of collaboration, cementing Office as the business workspace
The UK fraud prevention service is calling for better education about fraud and financial crime as identity fraud, which is often cyber-enabled, hits the highest levels ever recorded
Three Russians are reportedly among four hackers US authorities believe to be linked to data breaches at Yahoo affecting more than a billion accounts
Ever-growing need for more storage is the biggest problem for backup, followed by administration overheads, poor performance, scalability and multi-supplier complexity
Region sees double-digit growth in consumer use of digital channels, but businesses seem reluctant to get involved
Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
A total of 13.8 million tablets were sold in the region in 2016 – 14.7% less than in 2015
The latest Google Hangouts apps are a competitive team collaboration offering from a vendor with a spotty track record in enterprise technology.
This week, bloggers assess the Google Cloud security strategy, Cisco's lessons from OpenStack and Arista's new containerized network operating system.
The need to recruit more women into cyber security has come under the spotlight at CyberUK as a study shows the UK infosec industry has one of the lowest proportions of women and the highest gender pay gaps in the world
Everyone has a role to play in cyber security, and the NCSC has the right pedigree to co-ordinate and balance the efforts of government, industry and academia, says GCHQ director Robert Hannigan
United Nations agency for humanitarian aid for children and mothers in developing countries is turning to data science, marshalling expertise from companies and other corporates
An Ofgem report has warned of the difficulties in getting consumers to engage with smart meters
Merging the Nimble Storage product line with HPE gear and engineering teams creates overlap and competition for its R&D budget. Other storage startups see an opening.
Users of Avaya networking products would be in a strong negotiating position if Extreme Networks bought the portfolio.
The U.S. Department of Justice indicted four men -- including two Russian Federal Security Service officers -- accused of being the Yahoo hackers, but only one person was arrested.
The prevalent use of pirated software is one of the possible reasons for the APAC region’s poor showing in Trend Micro’s annual study on the state of cyber security
The acquisition will expand the supplier’s footprint in the ANZ market through new automation capabilities
US authorities have arrested a man in Canada who has been charged alongside two Russian intelligence officers and a Russian hacker in connection with a 2014 data breach at Yahoo affecting 500 million accounts
The Cabinet Office’s Transformation Peer Group is looking for a partner to help create a digital mapping tool where civil servants can look up info on transformation programmes
IT leaders are shifting the focus of the IT department, providing more staff to support digital business initiatives
Oracle’s third-quarter results for fiscal year 2017 show 2% growth in overall revenue, with cloud representing 13% of the total. Executives are bullish on cloud ERP growth prospects
Security experts say the data breach at travel industry association Abta underlines that no organisation is immune from cyber attack and that data holders and consumers should be more proactive about data protection
Nordic bank prepares for the introduction of the latest banking regulations through a platform that is open to third parties
Government, in partnership with industry, is pursuing a range of initiatives aimed at establishing a UK cyber security ecosystem, developing skills and products and boosting exports, says DIT’s Conrad Prince
Lords committee echoes previous criticism by MPs over timetable for Making Tax Digital programme and calls for further trials
Invictus’ distributed ledger prototype will offer financing options for small and medium-sized enterprises
Since the Brexit vote, IT contractors have seen higher pay rates and longer contracts, which indicates businesses’ caution over permanent recruitment
NCSC engagement director Alex Dewdney is leading government's new approach in working with UK industry to build a national cyber security community and capability
GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre is planning several initiatives to ensure more women are attracted to and remain in technology roles, particularly cyber security
News roundup: An Apache Struts vulnerability is still being exploited, despite being patched. Plus, WhatsApp and Telegram release patches; Assange contacts Microsoft; and more.
The Department of Justice indicted suspects in the 2014 Yahoo breach, but experts are unsure if this will prove to be an effective hacker deterrent moving forward.
Tofino, a high-speed programmable chip that brings software-defined networking capabilities to the forwarding plane, aims to revolutionize the network.
Although minting authentication cookies is not widely understood, the Yahoo hacker indictments has brought it to the forefront and shown it can be very dangerous.