Huawei and Keppel test the use of artificial intelligence to improve datacentre operations and energy efficiency at a reference site in Singapore
The e-commerce company is using blockchain technology to provide consumers with greater transparency on food sources and production processes
Share price of British Airways' parent company plummets after power supply issue at "local" datacentre grounds flights at Heathrow and Gatwick over the bank holiday weekend
To reduce the cost of high-end datacentre servers, Ocado has developed a private cloud that runs on low-end PCs
Amazon's plans to build a €1bn datacentre in Dublin from mid-2017 could be delayed by environmental planning appeal
International Cricket Council teams up with Intel to transform the cricketing experience for fans and players with drones, smart connected bats and virtual reality
The EU's General Data Protection Regulation is less than a year away. Experts explain why data tracking, encryption and other measures are crucial for GDPR compliance.
The agreement between the Singapore government and the local bourse will lower barriers to capital markets and make the city-state a more attractive destination for startup fundraising
Car manufacturer and web giant are jointly developing an Android-based in-car infotainment system
Businesses may face an onslaught of zero-day attacks soon as the group that leaked the NSA exploits used in the WannaCry ransomware attacks prepares to release more stolen code
Baker Brun, a bakery company in Norway, is modernising its business processes through the latest technologies
National Health Service’s U-turn over IR35 assessments could prompt other public sector bodies to follow suit, say experts
The number of sub-postmasters who claim to have suffered as a result of a faulty Post Office IT system has reached 1,300
Mixed reality could be the next big boom for PC manufacturers, with several Windows headsets joining Microsoft’s own HoloLens
Gloucestershire’s Sherborne Park Estate has been hooked up to an ultrafast gigabit broadband connection as its owners prepare to welcome the BBC’s Springwatch team
WannaCry and other recent cyber attacks underline the importance of adopting a risk-based approach to security, says RSA president
Transport for London is planning to undertake preliminary work on installing 4G mobile networking services on the London Underground in the near future
The advent of 5G mobile networking could enable new modes of clinical practice that will help bring costs down for the cash-starved NHS
Openreach has turned on new pilot locations for G.fast ultrafast broadband delivery technology in Edinburgh and Glasgow
Don't forget the huge fines: When it comes to the new 72-hour GDPR breach notification rule, the cost of compliance must be weighed against harsh GDPR penalties.
The prospect of monthly NSA cyberweapons leaks in new Shadow Brokers dump raises questions about the ethics of paying criminals for stolen goods.
The UK was one of the most active regions for regulatory enforcement action in Europe last year in terms of fines and enforcement notices issued over data protection
Watson for Oncology will provide oncologists with medical information and treatment options to support clinical decision making
Just over one-third of all the public web pages of leading UK companies that collect personal information violate a key principle of new European data protection regulations
The director of digital transformation at NHS Digital has led several key technology programmes in the health service, but is moving to work for a supplier
Companies are struggling to maintain emergency patch cycles, despite the fact that enterprise reliance on legacy systems often means emergency patches are an everyday fact of life, a survey shows
HM Revenue & Customs hits back at research that suggests its IR35 online assessment tool is hindering public sector organisations in determining the tax status of off-payroll staff
Intu has partnered with L Marks to launch a startup incubator programme to help advance UK retail and cater to modern consumer habits
Airline says investigation will focus on ensuring the IT problems of the bank holiday weekend will never be repeated
Toshiba ships new client NVMe-based PCIe SSDs that support its latest 64-layer BiCS 3D NAND flash to improve performance and density and open the door to future price drops.
With its regional headquarters in Melbourne and datacentres in Singapore and Sydney, the French cloud supplier plans to go after startups and enterprises
While ransomware continues to make the headlines, particularly in the wake of WannaCry, research has revealed that financial threats are 2.5 times more prevalent
DevOps research and assessment CEO Nicole Forsgren claims there is still time for enterprises late to the DevOps game to play catch-up
The cyber attack on Kmart should be a major wake up call for retailers to review the security of their point-of-sale systems, say security experts
Extreme Networks is looking to challenge networking sector giants with its third major purchase in recent months
Developers of the newly opened site are hoping to follow Ireland's lead by positioning Scotland as a place where the hyperscale cloud giants can set up shop
Networking industry pros discuss the Chef automation tool and how it can be used as a network automation tool. They also examine the evolution of AI and talk about a controller upgrade gone bad.
In a Q&A interview, the “father” of Hadoop, Doug Cutting, talks about the cyber-security applications of the stack, as well as Hadoop’s evolution
There are threats and risks associated with the GDPR, but one data protection officer believes organisations should focus on the business opportunities instead
Telecoms operator behind UK’s O2 mobile network doubles down on existing commitments to renewable energy sources in the fight against climate change
News roundup: OneLogin security breach puts SSO data at risk but is vague about the details. Plus, Gmail boosts its phishing detection features, and more.
The latest Microsoft Skype messaging features bring needed improvements to the consumer app. But analysts say Skype for Business is unlikely to get the same attention this year.
A new cybersecurity law in China highlights the trend of inconsistent international data privacy laws being enacted around the world.