Vodafone Qatar is harnessing a network of partners to support organisations in the Middle East with their internet of things strategies
Businesses need to change the way they think about cyber security from the board down to avoid getting caught in common traps and becoming vulnerable to attack, a report warns
Many of the country’s medium-sized and large organisations do not have a dedicated security budget or teams to respond to cyber threats
IT often seems a mostly US industry, but other nations contribute a lot too, says Dutch database design scientist Martin Kersten, who has received the Association for Computing Machinery’s Fellow Award
Stockholm’s CIO is relishing the challenge of trying to make the Swedish capital the smartest city in the world
PayPal’s EMEA director of analytics talks about making customers feel secure, using data analytics and problems with embracing big data
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine replaces ageing HP servers and MSA SAN with Scale Computing HC3 hyper-converged infrastructure, and saves £80,000 in replacement costs
Most UK decision makers believe GDPR is not relevant to them, but a fifth admit they do not know, a survey reveals
Some customers of credit referencing company are having problems accessing a service they pay for following an IT upgrade and large customer migration to a new system
Full deployment of a commercial 5G mobile network is still at least two years away, but new business models are already beginning to crystallise around the technology, and operators would be wise to start preparations soon, a new report claims
Consumer electronics giant confirms plans to start building a second, renewably-powered datacentre in Denmark during the fourth quarter of 2017
Google to distrust all WoSign CA certificates in Chrome starting in September, as the troubled certificate authority passed a key audit and is seeking a new CEO to help return trust.
The Cyber Security Experience will offer budding cyber sleuths a chance to chart their careers and test their skills in cyber war games
UK businesses are investing in IT to help them deal with changes that could be around the corner amid geo-political uncertainty
MASS wins seven-year contract to supply a digital forensics managed service to London’s Metropolitan Police Service
Despite the increasing number of data breaches and the looming GDPR compliance deadline, many companies are still relying on perimeter defences and are underinvesting in technologies to keep data safe, research has revealed
Twelve startups have been chosen for Wales’ first-ever national tech accelerator – a six-month programme run by Innovation Point
Three boss brands Ofcom’s spectrum auction proposals a ‘kick in the teeth’ but Ofcom says the operator is already in a much better competitive position
In the rush to skill-up through cyber security training, the IISP warns businesses may go down the wrong track, resulting in a false sense of security
Insurance firm partners with HomeServe to deploy its internet of things LeakBot technology and lower customer premiums
Matthew Taylor’s review on the ‘gig economy’ calls on government to invest in digital technology to support self-employed people
Zenko.io is a control layer that allows customers to manage data in on-site Scality ring object storage and multiple public clouds but falls short of full data portability for now
Microsoft Azure Stack, the company's hybrid cloud platform, could provide channel partner opportunities among customers who need an on-premises instance of the Azure public cloud.
Experts said the new Android Samba app from Google supported only unsafe SMBv1 despite susceptibility to WannaCry exploits and unclear demand from users.
Airbus is helping to drive the cyber security market for industrial control systems used throughout industry, including many providers of critical national infrastructure
Countries in the oil-reliant GCC region could diversify their economies by employing IoT technologies
Fast-growing cloud-based communications service provider expects to more than double its workforce within a year, and grow its business in the double-digit range
National network access business rebrands in preparation to be legally separated from BT Group
The Home Office is to be one of the first public sector organisations to access cloud services from Oracle’s UK cloud region
Retail payments made by debit cards exceeded the number made by cash for the first time last year
Global technology firms have joined forces to support an internet-wide campaign in favour of preserving net neutrality
Cyber security industry believes the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is hindering innovation and could encourage organisations to cover up security breaches, a poll has revealed
O2 enlists Cisco to help build out the multi-million pound public Wi-Fi network currently taking shape in London’s Square Mile
The UK has been ranked among the top 10 nations in terms of digital capabilities
National Audit Office slams severely delayed MoJ electronic tag project for series of failures, including being too ambitious, not delivering benefits and procurement shambles
Flash pioneer CTO says array controllers are built for a different era and must scale-out as clusters to provide the CPU power needed to allow NVMe to realise its potential
Each year Computer Weekly recognises several great women from the IT industry and their lifetime achievements in its Most Influential Women in UK IT Hall of Fame
Jules Okafor discusses the skills gap in the cybersecurity industry, how better IT diversity could help, and what is needed to bring in more women and minorities.
Westminster City Council has secured £2.8m to fund a local broadband connection voucher scheme to deliver gigabit speeds to businesses in the London borough
Actifio's copy data management platform finds favor with financial, government, healthcare and retail organizations. More than 2,200 customers use Virtual Data Pipeline.
Client-side security takes the forefront in Microsoft's July 2017 Patch Tuesday, which includes a fix for legacy Windows NTLM authentication processes.
The UK government has announced a second cyber accelerator programme aimed at helping UK startups take the lead in producing the next generation of cyber security systems
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A former Unit 8200 captain from the Israel Defense Forces shares what Singapore can learn from Israel’s approach to cyber security
Verizon has responded to reports of millions of customer records being exposed to the internet by saying no data was accessed by malicious third parties, but the incident raises thorny issues
Startup offers virtual NAS, storage software deployed on commodity servers or in the cloud to give single storage pool of file access the can scale to trillions
Blockchain has quickly established itself in financial services businesses, with companies in other industries likely to see a similar trend
Dell EMC’s Paul Henaghan is no stranger to industry consolidation, having worked for tech companies that were acquired by Oracle and Software AG. Here, the president of Dell EMC in South Asia and Korea shares what it is doing to streamline its salesforce, his views of the hyper-convergence space and the company’s strategy for tackling the APAC market
Cognizant has opened its latest digital development centre in London, where it will work with customers and partners on digital business challenges
National Audit Office is concerned that customs declaration service will not be ready in time for the UK’s departure from the EU because significant challenges remain
Telecoms regulator Ofcom is setting up a dedicated unit to keep a watchful eye on Openreach
Card giant offers small US businesses financial support to upgrade their payments technology if they agree to abandon cash
The UK information commissioner has published her first annual report since taking over the post in July 2016
Zurich Insurance has demonstrated confidence in CSC's merger with HPE through a contract extension
Internet search giant declares its UK datacentre region open for business, and promises users improved application performance
Bupa international health insurance customers have been urged to be vigilant in the wake of a data breach by a company employee
Encryption keys are not as random as most people think, which means encrypting data is often not as secure as it could be, according to security researchers
HMRC has pushed back the go-live date of its Making Tax Digital project following concerns the timetable was too risky
As Google and Mozilla prepare plans to reduce trust for Symantec's certificate authority, the antivirus vendor is reported to be seeking a buyer for its web certificate business.
WekaIO launched its scale-out file system, which is optimized for server-based flash storage and designed to tier data to cheaper object storage on premises and in public clouds.
This week, bloggers assess how Volta Networks is shifting to cloud-based routing, device identification, and IPv6 and VLAN interfaces.
Scality's new open source initiative is a multi-cloud management vision to help customers match specific workloads to the best cloud service. Zenko is based on Scality S3 Server.
Researchers found changes in malware behavior when Petya detected certain security products, but experts are unsure why these features might exist.
The Australian government remains undaunted in requiring tech firms to provide access to encrypted communications in law enforcement efforts
The NHS has been urged to invest wisely in cyber defences after the government announced plans to increase data security funding by millions of pounds in response to the Caldicott review
A survey of IT leaders worldwide reveals that not all organisations are planning to improve their cyber defences in the wake of the Petya attacks
UK minister for defence procurement has opened Lockheed Martin’s job-creating cyber security centre aimed at boosting UK cyber defence capability and skills
Addison Lee’s CDO is aiming to modernise the minicab’s firm estate and create a proactive data service for the business
Splunk continues to invest in the channel with a revised partner portal, which provides visibility into the deal registration process, educational materials and other new features.
News roundup: An AWS S3 bucket leak containing personal data of millions of Verizon customers was exposed to the public. Plus, DNC hack victims are suing the Trump campaign, and more.
Kaseya said its Powered Services offerings can help MSPs quickly expand their portfolios to include security and network management services; other news from the week.
Google will use machine learning and automated peer review scans to improve Android app privacy and limit app permissions overreach.
Microsoft's Azure Stack will likely be more successful in the hybrid cloud market than VMware Cloud on AWS, according to analysts. Both products are set to ship by September.