The streets of Dubai will soon see Robocops to help fight crime and help people out
Interpol has called for speedy and effective information-sharing between law enforcement agencies, governments, businesses and cyber security companies to counter growing cyber threats
Information Commissioner’s Office finds that the controversial NHS data-sharing deal with Google DeepMind did not fully comply with the Data Protection Act
Every year, Computer Weekly asks the technology industry to nominate who it thinks are the most influential women in UK tech – here is the 2017 longlist
Swedish land registry is trying out blockchain as a means of proving ownership
An investigation by the BBC’s Watchdog programme accuses ISP Virgin Media of over-promising and under-delivering on the claims it makes about its fibre-based broadband services
Tintri will scale back head-to-head matchups in all-flash array market; stand-alone software accounts for a growing portion of storage revenue, CTO and co-founder Kieran Harty says.
A survey from Rimini Street says that almost 90% of SAP users have no plans for an S/4HANA migration, in part due to satisfaction with their existing SAP ERP.
The open source tool lets cyber forensics investigators access infected machines remotely to collect malware artefacts without compromising system integrity
LTO-8 tape to boost capacity by leveraging HDD head read technology TMR. Spectra gets in early with offer to customers, “buy LTO-7, get LTO-8 when it ships”
Group reports 8% increase in online grocery business and 10% rise in online Argos sales as total like-for-like sales jump 2.3% in first quarter
Hybrid flash turned all-flash maker Tegile adds tier of NVMe to SAS-connected flash with all drives encrypted and an all-NVMe array planned for later in 2017
Panzura CEO Patrick Harr predicts more customers will shift from using the company's physical appliances to VM-based software deployments in the cloud by year's end.
European operators may be more concerned with getting the maximum value for money from their 3G and 4G networks than rushing to roll out 5G
A report by the advisory charity highlights issued around making and managing claims online, lack of digital skills and problems with identity verification through Gov.uk Verify
A new survey shows a majority of organizations are facing a cybersecurity skills gap and experts say more focus on women and minorities could be key to finding talent.
Broadpwn, a flaw in Broadcom Wi-Fi chipsets, is patched, but Google withholds details. Plus, the latest in the antivirus drama between the U.S. and Russia, and more.
Researchers analyze the software backdoor used to deliver NotPetya ransomware to Ukraine targets, while the threat actors behind the attacks ask for more money.
Mainstream acceptance of cloud computing has led more organizations to adopt cloud-based ERP, creating a demand that NetSuite wants to capitalize on with its partners; other news from the week.
Unified electronic medical record (EMR) system to be rolled to more medical facilities across Dubai