Barclays is to lead a £10m campaign against digital fraud as research reveals London, Bristol and Birmingham are scam hotspots, with young adults most at risk
Enterprise tech giant HPE will invest $140m over five years in its new regional headquarters and a startup incubator programme
Unit4, which majors on business applications software for professional services firms and universities, adds machine learning to its product suite, as announced at a customer event in Rotterdam
The Netherlands is a pioneer when it comes to legislating around data protection, so GDPR might not be as much of a shock as in other countries.
The Greater London Authority and a group of London boroughs are looking to create a London Office of Technology and Innovation to join up data, digital and technology innovation
Swedish property management company Stockrose is using IoT the Azure cloud to offer its clients 'buildings as a service."
The Dell EMC Integrated Data Protection Appliance is the vendor's first integrated enterprise backup target. What does this mean for physical Data Domain appliances?
Dell EMC VMAX and XtremIO SAN all-flash arrays christen Dell EMC World 2017. All-flash Isilon NAS adds Infinity modular architecture. Dense flash in compact footprint is the focus.
In UC news, Jive is in the midst of being acquired by a private equity firm and is expected to merge with CRM provider Aurea. Plus, UC cloud service provider Fuze gets more money.
Micron Technology launched its SolidScale storage architecture based on NVMe-oF technologies, with plans for branded appliances to start shipping later this year.
SAP has marked two decades in Ireland. CEO Bill McDermott hailed the millennial character of the country’s IT workforce, and argued for the strategic utility of SAP’s ‘digital boardroom’ concept
OpenStack Foundation executive director Jonathan Bryce dismisses predictions around the impending demise of OpenStack
Enterprises have come to view private cloud as a “toxic” phrase, but new ways and means of building deployments is changing that, according to the OpenStack Foundation and its stakeholders
Fintechs are still recruiting in London as large banks start to make plans to move staff to EU countries
More large businesses in the UK want a CEO that has a good understanding of IT
Nexsan Unity arrays already have SAN, NAS and file sync and share, and now add all-flash and policy-based archiving, but there’s no NVMe on the roadmap for now
Highly skilled jobs will be replaced by artificial intelligence by 2022, says Gartner
The Open Data Institute wants the UK’s political parties to make room for data policy in their manifestos ahead of the general election
The evening before Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released an emergency out-of-band patch for a dangerous Windows flaw teased by the Google Project Zero team just days earlier.
Modern computing capabilities combined with cognitive technology has huge potential for tackling unknown attack patterns and addressing the security skills shortage, says Martin Kuppinger
At Aruba Atmosphere EMEA in France, delegates learned how the network will incorporate machine learning features in the near future
A Slack group and a workshop day helped Trivago deploy Dropbox for Business to 1300 users
Servers may have been at risk of attack for years because of an Intel AMT security risk that was recently disclosed before manufacturers could patch.
Nexsan eliminated the need to run its E-Series arrays as Unity back-end storage. JBODs with RAID allow FASTier flash cache SSDs to run on 12 Gbps storage shelves.
Blockchain is gathering pace in the Middle East, with the United Arab Emirates leading the way
NSA whistleblower tells OpenStack Summit, via video link, that investing in closed public cloud platforms can lead to users parting with more than just their money
Blockchain technologies will enable many new and disruptive business models than the internet itself, an expert predicts
The Royal Bank of Scotland is cutting hundreds of tech jobs as it prepares for life as a smaller organisation
EDB, based on the open source Postgres database, is powering a new monitoring application at Transport for London
Security defenders should use automation to turn the tables on attackers, according to the CTO of the US Department of Homeland Security
All-flash additions plus hardware and software upgrades see platform refreshes across all Dell EMC storage offerings, as well as design changes in Isilon and Xtremio
Durham Police are to use artificial intelligence to help them decide whether or not to keep suspects in custody
A survey of business and IT leaders conducted for wireless networking supplier Aruba has found a lack of cohesion between departments is affecting IoT usage, confidence levels and security across Emea
New PowerEdge 14G servers from Dell EMC form the 'bedrock of the new data center,' Michael Dell says. Ready Nodes and software-defined block storage are among the new products.
The improvements to the Salesforce AppExchange benefit companies and ISVs building on AppExchange, with lower pricing and more tools.
Dell EMC sticks with both VxRail and XC hyper-converged appliances, putting them on 14G PowerEdge servers, with cloud-style pricing and $25,000 entry-level models.
The Nordic region is an attractive region for datacentres as demand for cloud services in the area grows
The IT services sector is facing an important period as political decisions impact their business models
Microsoft's May 2017 Patch Tuesday fixed multiple Windows zero-day vulnerabilities, two of which have reportedly been exploited by groups linked to Russia.
NetApp's StorageGRID Webscale 10.4 object storage supports Docker containers and more simplified OpenStack deployments, and it gives admins more control of multi-tenancy in the cloud.
According to advocates, open source software is just the first step in a larger movement -- one that aims to make open source an integral part of our daily lives.
French IT service provider Orange rolls out public cloud services in the APAC region and plans to grow its workforce in Malaysia by 70%
The animal charity is revamping its IT to provide better customer service, protect itself from cyber attacks and ensure GDPR compliance
Allianz Germany is working with the local car manufacturing industry to highlight the vulnerabilities in the electronics systems of vehicles that can be exploited by criminals
The country’s Digital Transformation Agency has been given a shot in the arm to guard public sector IT systems against cyber attacks
Addison Lee is well known for being a business-focused private hire firm in and around London, but as competition has increased the firm has refocused its use of tech to provide courier services to customers and retailers
London is at risk of being usurped as the tech capital of Europe because of the UK's impending withdrawal from the benefits of EU membership
Microsoft’s annual developer event in Seattle opened with a focus on AI, IoT edge computing and a new globally distributed database
The leaked draft of the Labour Party’s election manifesto promises to deliver superfast broadband by 2022 and appoint a digital ambassador to fly the flag for Britain post-Brexit
BT is to cut 4,000 jobs as it tries to realign Global Services business for a digital world and recover from a massive corruption scandal
The New York Philharmonic is digitally archiving millions of documents and making them available online
The ideal in-store customer experience would be for payments to be an invisible part of the shopping process, says Barclaycard’s vice-president of strategy and innovation
Online retailer Made.com has partnered with Hero so showroom staff can chat live with online shoppers to help with queries and shopping decisions
This year's Dell EMC World served as a coming-out party for Dell Technologies Capital, 'Project Nautilus' and IoT storage, and as a showcase for current products.
Openreach is to consult with its communication services provider customers on exploring the case for fibre-to-the-premises broadband and universal coverage
Cisco plans to use MindMeld’s AI platform to enhance its Spark platform and other enterprise collaboration solutions
As part of the broadcaster’s Aurora programme, it has signed up to five years of Atos as its technology services provider
Verizon's latest customer premise equipment is meant to simplify deployment of virtual network functions. The new Verizon CPE was introduced this week at the OpenStack Summit.
Google implemented clickjacking attack mitigations in Android but left a potential avenue for malicious actors that won't be fixed until Android O is released.
Small and medium-sized enterprises in Singapore can now take advantage of a slew of pre-approved IT products to stay competitive
The attacks on NUS and NTU networks appear to be the work of APT actors and not casual hackers
Cities are experimenting with smarter ways to use technologies to improve the life of citizens, but their projects are fragmented. Is there a better approach?
The latest US presidential executive order on cyber security has been met mainly with praise, but critics say there is nothing really new and takes no decisive action
The UK privacy watchdog reports that it has dealt with more data breach reports and issued more fines in the past year than ever before
At its Build 2017 conference, Microsoft highlighted new technologies focusing on containers, serverless computing and microservices as part of its DevOps strategy.
Common Technology Services director Iain Patterson is the latest in a long line of senior leaders to leave the Government Digital Service
There are five things all companies should ensure they are doing in terms of cyber security
Hospitals across England are reporting problems with IT systems that are affecting healthcare treatment, caused by what could be a global ransomware campaign enabled by a leaked NSA exploit
Cisco plans to build MindMeld artificial intelligence services into Spark. The AI maker also develops natural language interfaces for software and devices.
The UK’s decision to leave the European Union has many tech workers in the UK considering a move elsewhere
News roundup: A Cisco vulnerability disclosed in the Vault 7 dump finally has a patch. Plus, Google's fuzzing bot finds over 1,000 bugs in five months, Comey dismissed and more.
The Trump cyber executive order arrived, with a focus on cyber-risk management and reports. But key details are missing in terms of implementing changes.
Dell EMC has integrated Virtustream Enterprise Cloud into its unified partner program; other channel news from the week.