European software maker plans investment to get near customers in the Middle East
The financial technology industry could be at the start of a period of rapid growth in the Middle East
Data61 CEO Adrian Turner says Australia needs to reskill workers rather than implement a robot tax
Besides riding on the internet of things bandwagon, retailers are also looking to provide seamless customer experiences across physical and online channels
Cloud infrastructure is looking like a three-horse race between the big US suppliers, but the contract manufacturers are also in the running
IBM has announced a cognitive assistant powered by IBM Watson to help businesses manage and secure endpoints, including devices making up the internet of things
KPMG report reveals global confidence in UK tech sector’s ability to create innovative products and services that are keenly adopted across the world
The Netherlands is positioning itself as the ideal home for ambitious IT professionals from across the world
Samata Ullah, a resident of Cardiff, pleaded guilty to five terrorism charges, including developing an encrypted version of an Islamic website and posting videos explaining how to use encryption
Aviva business analyst David Beckham is keynoting at the Innovation, Business Change & Technology Forum on how his profession can help IT and other workers through trauma of change programmes
All-flash maker Kaminario plans to add NVMe drives, but only when it can replace existing fabric protocols with NVMf and a full stack of advanced storage features
The CBI says the UK should commit to spending 3% of GDP on research and development to avoid being left behind post-Brexit
Lack of agility and failure of storage to keep pace with the business and data growth are major concerns to UK businesses that see data volumes increase by 27% a year
HPE 3PAR flash container reference architecture bundles Mesosphere orchestration software with ProLiant blades, 10 GB SAN FlexFabric and StoreServ 8200 arrays.
HCL Technologies is to build and support the IT that will make the Volvo Ocean Race available to spectators around the world
The ICO fines the Norfolk Council as it publishes GDPR guidelines for local councils after a survey revealed not all were up to speed in preparations to comply with the new data protection law
Openreach inductees get to experience an immersive simulation of life as an engineer, taking them up telephone poles and into underground chambers
The Tegile CEO talks about how the all-flash market is shaping up with the advent of NVM express, and how his company is battling against the major data storage vendors.
Fintechs have gone from being an emerging threat to banks to an opportunity for collaboration, according to an EIU report
Teachers and children in the UAE will soon be supported by robots in the classroom
Vodafone’s internet of things platform will support Mobike’s global expansion plans
US Justice Department set to sentence a second Russian hacker for helping to develop Citadel malware that netted $500m, but says investigations are continuing
Streamlined loyalty programme doubles number of airport users and boosts average spend
NHS England aims to create digital academy to up-skill CIOs and CCIOs, while NHS Digital has launched a three-year public digital participation programme
A House of Lords Select Committee report on online safety has called for internet service providers and the government to do more to protect the interests of children using the internet
Mobile operator Three should have done a thorough review and upgrade of security after its previous security breach to avoid another incident just months later, say security commentators
The information commissioner is worried that TTP's GP IT system’s enhanced data sharing function brings risk to patients’ confidential medical records, but urges GPs not to turn off data sharing
Knox's E-FOTA feature lets IT test Android OS updates before users install them on their Samsung devices, preventing apps from breaking.
IBM enhances its cloud object storage based on Cleversafe technology with flexible pricing and a long-term, three-tiered cold vault object store for inactive data.
The Co-operative Group has brought in BT to revitalise and upgrade legacy networking infrastructure at its food retail business
FBI Director James Comey confirmed the bureau is investigating the Trump campaign's ties to the Russian government and election cyberattacks such as the DNC breach.
The UK government has announced that laptops and tablets will be banned from airliner cabins on UK-bound flights from a number of Middle Eastern countries
New Intel Optane SSDs based on long-awaited 3D XPoint technology ship to early customers, promising up to eight times the performance over NAND flash-based NVMe PCIe SSDs.
WikiLeaks reportedly made demands of vendors at risk from the Vault 7 CIA hacks, but without knowing what the requirements are, experts are unsure how to react.
Slack, Cisco Spark, Microsoft Teams and other team collaboration apps are tweaking traditional UC systems. Plus, Amazon and Google enter the fray as potential players.
In its latest fintech launch, the UAE’s Mashraq bank is deploying beacon technology to ensure its customers get the loyalty rewards they are entitled to
Data analytics, internet of things and cyber security are some of the areas that have the most potential to transform businesses in the ASEAN region
Most UK businesses have little visibility or control over their DNS servers and services even though they are a key component of businesses’ infrastructure and security profile
Logistics firm PostNord is set to cut jobs in Denmark due to falling mail volumes in the country, with a new production model set to be introduced
Three boss Dave Dyson says he may consider mounting a legal challenge if Ofcom does not change how spectrum holdings are regulated and controlled
Research from recruitment consultancy Harvey Nash highlights contractor concerns about how the forthcoming IR35 reforms will affect competitiveness and talent recruitment in the public sector
The infrastructure sector needs to take advantage of digital technology to keep up with the pace of change, according to the Institution of Civil Engineers
HTTPS interception in security products and services may be reducing security rather than improving it, according to US-CERT, which puts middleboxes in a precarious position.
In its third TechNation report, Tech City UK says the nation leads the way in digital innovation across Europe
Scotland vows to boost technology jobs, invest in skills, provide universal access to superfast broadband and improve infrastructure
Palo Alto Networks’ Singapore headquarters will house sales and support staff, as well as security analysts from Unit 42, the company’s threat intelligence team
Apple reassures customers that none of its systems have been breached, dismissing hackers' claims that millions of iPhones and iCloud accounts are at risk of being wiped
Research reveals differences between what male and female, and older and younger consumers want from their shopping experience
LastPass has been praised for its quick response in fixing flaws reported in browser extensions for its password manager
Showing incremental improvement and investing over time are keys to successful cloud implementations, especially in government.
Ctera forges partnerships with HPE and IBM to expand its data center reach; CEO says enterprise customers will focus on security and multicloud strategies in 2017.
Research shows DV certificates can be a prime target for phishing and malware operators, but experts are unsure how certificate authorities should deal with the issue.
Spark will be the future platform for integrating all of Cisco’s collaboration technologies, according to a Cisco regional executive
International outsourced services supplier Serco is investing in HR recruitment technology to help it hire 15,000 to 20,000 people a year
The world is wasting time in resolving the conflict between privacy and public safety, and should consider an international framework on encrypted data access, says FBI director James Comey
PwC has estimated that millions of people may be affected by robots and artificial intelligence replacing their jobs
The belief that advances in technology will create more jobs than they replace may no longer hold true
The current skills shortage means government will need to spend up to £244m annually on staff in digital roles to bridge the gap
Vendors will exhibit their latest UC products at Enterprise Connect 2017, from collaboration tools for huddle rooms to apps that support enterprise mobility.
Telecoms regulator Ofcom says its plan, which would cover slow repairs and missed appointments, could see consumers in line for a payout of up to £185m every year
Public Accounts Committee says the creation of the CCS was “poorly executed” and the organisation has failed to deliver its taxpayer cost savings target
Just ahead of the end of the UK tax year, a survey underlines the importance of guarding against business email compromise aimed at stealing data and money
News roundup: Cisco fixes a Vault 7 flaw unaided, despite WikiLeaks' pledge to work with vendors. Plus, LastPass flaws leak user data; Apple held hostage by hackers; and more.
Symantec certificate authority cries foul, as Google considers severe options following the company allegedly misissuing as many as 30,000 digital certificates.
FBI Director James Comey brought the encryption debate back to the forefront by asking for a 'nuanced and thoughtful' conversation on the topic before there is a serious attack.