This week, Nyansa premieres new Voyance network analytics tools, espionage takes off as a security threat and the midmarket struggles with cybersecurity.
HPE's $1.2 billion deal for Nimble Storage has stirred speculation on potential future acquisitions in the all-flash array market, such as Kaminario and Pure Storage.
Tasktop, focusing on improving software delivery processes, is working on a framework for defining how to architect end-to-end software delivery with the help of a DevOps pioneer.
IT outsourcing is popular among companies in the Nordic region, but the market is changing
Intel advises business customers to apply a security update for some versions of its administration firmware for vPro processors to fix a remote execution flaw
Cisco says its acquisition of supplier Viptela will enhance its own SDN functionality
Swiss bank UBS aims to get greater value out of investments in sensitive data protection systems by using its security capabilities as a differentiator
New storage strategy for X-IO centers on Axellio appliance with FabricXpress architecture. NVMe flash atop a PCIe edge storage switch allows analytics as data is ingested.
Mozilla reviews the counterproposal from Symantec and urges the CA giant to opt for Google's recommendation to outsource its certificate activities.
Enterprises will be able to take advantage of public cloud services in OpenShift through an expanded partnership between Red Hat and Amazon
The NATO Locked Shields cyberwar games had the U.S. team winning most improved, but experts say the U.S. still needs more practice.
Co-chair of Privacy and Consumer Advisory Group resigns and criticises officials for ignoring its advice and attempting to smuggle “inadequate proposals past ministers”
Capital’s first-ever chief digital officer will oversee the digital transformation of public services across London
New solid state technologies such as 3D XPoint will be a second tier of memory, bringing change to hardware architectures and software to be rewritten, says SNIA solid state group chair
Led by the National Research Foundation, the academic and research group will spearhead adoption of data analytics among Singaporean companies
Google cloud chief, Diane Greene, claims multi-year datacentre migrations are no longer the norm, as some firms are making the move off-premise in weeks or months
Red Hat integrated Gluster storage with the OpenShift Container Platform on Amazon Web Services to provide consistent storage for on-premises and cloud application deployments.
Despite a strong first quarter, investors are nervous about the future profitability and growth of Facebook as it indicates it is starting to hit advertising revenue limits
The Metropolitan Police Service is set to massively overspend on IT as it attempts to improve digital policing
NHS Digital’s director of digital transformation, Beverley Bryant, says the organisation needs to demonstrate pace and agility and highlights plans for improving interoperability, standards and collaboration with suppliers
Agile promises continuous improvement through an iterative process, but without proper checks, project failure is commonplace
A Google Docs phishing attack abused OAuth to give malicious actors full access to a victim's Gmail account and contacts, but Google claims to have blocked the attacks.
Building an effective testing process across all elements associated with a product is key to securing the internet of things, according to a researcher in the field
This year's Dell EMC World will feature plenty of product releases as the mega-vendor beefs up emerging technologies while continuing its pre-merger platforms.
Belgian brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev says it intends to defend “vigorously” against software licensing claims by SAP
Former Cabinet Office privacy group co-chair says the Verify identity assurance programme needs 'honest and fundamental reset'
This week, bloggers look into the Cisco-Viptela acquisition, barriers to hybrid cloud adoption and improving cloud analytics for midmarket groups.
News roundup: Attackers exploit SS7 vulnerability and drain bank accounts. Plus, Trump signs government IT executive order, an Intel AMT flaw threatens millions and more.
The TLS client authentication protocol has been part of the security standard for years, but it's just now coming into its own in certifying secure IoT connections.
There is no shortage of new types of ransomware, many with unique features, and experts say it's an exercise in innovation and finding revenue opportunity.