Green takes on responsibility for digital government after Ben Gummer lost his seat in last week’s general election
Virgin Media has patched its wireless routers to fix a flaw that could allow attackers to gain unauthorised administrative-level access to the devices
Slack software engineer, Carly Robinson, says technology firms need to build empathetic and inclusive working environments to retain junior talent
Computer Weekly understands a “system-wide” issue is affecting the home improvement firm's online delivery bookings, as well as its click-and-collect services
London mayor Sadiq Khan opens London Tech Week and says Brexit will not hold back the city's growing tech sector
In the run-up to Pure Accelerate, CEO Scott Dietzen assesses the trajectory of the NVMe flash market, vendor consolidation and how customers are using Pure's FlashArray.
RSA's GM Peter Tran sheds light on the value of cyber attribution, explains why the 'how' and 'why' of an attack may be more important than finding who did it.
MapR expands beyond analytics into the enterprise storage market with an exabyte-scale data store designed to manage files and containers in data centers and across clouds.
Chinese cloud service provider Alibaba is opening datacentres in India and Indonesia as part of ongoing efforts to ramp up its presence in the region
CIO at Finnish dairy company is trying to make its IT department proactive rather than just fixing problems
GE Digital increases the reach of its Predix platform with robotics and artificial intelligence to tackle inefficiencies in industrial processes
CTO says company is committed to trials and commercial launch of 5G in the UAE and the rest of the Middle East
At Huawei’s annual European Innovation Day, rotating CEO Ken Hu called for more support for broadband deployment
Union accuses Storm Technologies MD of telling staff to vote Conservative and saying Labour voters “will be made redundant first”
With a new Cabinet Office minister in place and an ambitious transformation strategy to deliver, what does the future hold for digital government?
Ford is opening an innovation centre in east London to tap into the London tech scene
Transport for London has begun using chatbots on Facebook Messenger to provide a level of automated customer service
Rubrik backup appliance now support all major physical and virtual server platforms in flash-equipped boxes that range from a few tens of TB to the hundreds
Savenet gets 70TB of Tegile hybrid flash in a move that sees Huawei spinning disk arrays replaced as main storage and replaced with hybrid flash for cloud-based services
University is setting up a research and development lab dedicated to distributed data management and processing, with help from Chinese company
Purity 5 software for Pure Storage FlashArray adds active-active multisite replication and portable snapshots. Pure FlashBlade clusters now scale to 75 blades and five chassis.
Analysts discuss IBM strengthening Connections by acquiring an intranet platform, Mitel's IoT and collaboration application, and the growing need for cloud-based security services.
Researchers discovered new details of a Kiev ICS attack from December using CrashOverride malware that could be used to disrupt an insecure electrical grid.
Channel partners have more than ransomware attacks to consider in the cybersecurity field. A newly released report points to a rising tide of DDoS activity.
System developed by UK startup which creates a digital passport for each individual will be used at Dubai’s main airport
The expansion of 4G and IoT networks in ASEAN and Oceania will lead to a data deluge and drive cellular subscriptions to new levels
If you can’t get your internal HR systems right, the business will suffer – Jaguar Land Rover, Lufthansa and Russia’s Sberbank explain why
Palo Alto Networks announces a cloud-based application framework the company claims will enable its security platform to disrupt and change the security industry completely within a decade
Researchers, in collaboration with Microsoft and others, want to stamp out data processing delays in datacentres to improve user experience and energy efficiency
Former Morrisons head of technology says testing and monitoring storage performance is key to avoiding outages and getting the benefits from infrastructure upgrades
UK consumers are becoming more accepting that biometric authentication will become the norm for payments
Nordic businesses are increasing their use of the cloud, but more work is needed to make investments support business strategies
Trans-global hackathon aims to develop applications to improve air passenger experience
An SAP UK and Ireland user group survey has found user organisations crying out for help as GDPR approaches, with cloud delivery a special concern
There will be a major database attack in the next year, unless businesses act to put in appropriate protection measures, a security firm has warned
British Airways is evaluating technologies from an outsourcing company as an option to replace contact centre staff
Fund will help fuel a new model for security application development and consumption
At the Connected Britain conference in London, digital minister Matt Hancock recommits to already-established broadband and mobile networking policy
Older adults are more connected than ever before, says Ofcom, with almost half of 65 to 74-year-olds now having a social media profile
The battle over Symantec CA operations continues as the antivirus vendor pushes back against a consensus remediation proposal from the web browser community.
Microsoft's June 2017 Patch Tuesday saw another set of Windows XP fixes released in order to secure systems against leaked NSA cyberweapons.
This week, bloggers look into operational insight from network analytics, vulnerabilities in the wake of WannaCry and slow 25 GbE switch adoption.
DataDirect Networks focused on performance and resilience in updates to its Infinite Memory Engine flash cache and Storage Fusion Architecture operating system.
Palo Alto Networks is partnering with the Girl Scouts of the USA to develop cyber security badges to foster knowledge of the topic and support interest in the profession
The level of trust for using artificial intelligence for customer services has increased among British people, although they may have little choice as businesses flock towards the technology
The search giant’s Singapore cloud region is its third one in Asia-Pacific, underscoring its ambition to challenge Amazon and Microsoft in a fast-growing public cloud market
Lord Mendelsohn hits out at 10Mbps broadband universal service obligation contained in the Digital Economy Act, saying the government’s broadband ambitions are too weak
Finnish mobile operators have been exempted from new European Union data roaming rules for now
University restricts access to several IT systems and file shares to halt spread of malware
Pure Storage and Cisco Systems showcase NVM Express over Fabrics storage based on FlashArray//X all-flash and Cisco next-gen NVMe fabric protocol at Accelerate conference.
Four people from across the UK have been arrested on suspicion of using systems testing malware to bypass antivirus software
Microsoft claims recent WannaCry attacks did not influence the decision to disable SMBv1 by default in the next major Windows updates.
Attackers are continually adapting to security technologies to fly under the radar, but taking action in 10 key areas can reduce the risk of breaches and minimise their impact, according to a resilience expert
Telecoms regulator Ofcom has hit mobile operator Three with a £1.9m fine after a loss of service left customers unable to contact the emergency services
Experts say efforts to get technology and social media firms to cooperate with the authorities in decrypting communications will be hard to achieve
Dutch capital is working hard to become Europe’s tech startup capital, but startups need skilled engineers and the country has a general shortage of tech talent
UK baker and food-to-go retailer says it has significantly advanced its business change programme with a full panoply of SAP software
US-Cert puts out an alert on DeltaCharlie, a distributed denial of service tool from North Korean hacker group Lazarus
Annual IT event Startup Village in Russia saw blockchain take centre stage and support from the country’s government
News roundup: DeltaCharlie malware is a threat to the U.S., according to a US-CERT warning about Hidden Cobra. Plus, a DVR flaw could create a bigger botnet than Mirai, and more.
The latest WikiLeaks release on CIA hacking tools includes the CherryBlossom project, which highlights router security issues, including a lack of firmware signing validation.