Amazon Web Services is eyeing the Australian public sector for growth, with increased budgets and IT disasters in the past pushing government organisations towards the public cloud
The government has released £10m to six FTTP trial projects around the UK, testing ultrafast broadband technology in businesses, schools and hospitals
Diana McKenzie, CIO of Workday and triathlon competitor, on analytics, data lakes and the relationship between IT and business
Although countries in the Nordic region are often hailed as pioneers of digital and equal worker rights, there is still gender inequality in the IT sector.
New research from ContractorCalculator suggests contractors have left the public sector in droves since the IR35 reforms came into force, but HMRC has a different take on the situation
Fibre broadband provider Gigaclear is extending its BDUK dig in Herefordshire and Gloucestershire
The Met Police digital policing strategy is taking shape under CIO Angus McCallum, and will use Box for sharing documents and CCTV footage
Organisations should look to fill cyber security roles with people who are curious and have work experience rather than focusing solely on graduates
Financial services regulators in China have cracked down on the use of Initial Coin Offerings to raise funds
Media delivery company Liberty Global is to use Juniper Networks vMX virtual routers to improve network performance and scale
Tegile’s takeover by Western Digital will propel it to competition with the big six storage array makers, as well as bring economies of scale and see NVMf and 3D Xpoint products
Cyber attacks are turning their attention to UK universities, with research being the main prize
Sussex Police aim to save time and increase flexibility by providing video live links for witnesses to give evidence in court
Microsoft has extended its UK distribution network for its large format Surface Hub collaboration tool
IT head at customer analytics provider Xpandretail says the CIO role is increasingly important as businesses digitise, but warns that CIOs must be given the human resources they need
UK cloud collaboration firm Huddle confirms Turn/River as new majority shareholder, and claims the tie-up will help accelerate its growth into new markets. But what of its existing customers?
Tech chiefs have spoken out against President Trump's plans to pull the plug on the US Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programme. Now Microsoft's legal chief has promised to provide legal support to affected staff
Government is set to create a joined-up digital portal to check immigration status of EU citizens post-Brexit, according to leaked Home Office document
Commercial initiatives around low power wide area network infrastructure will present mobile operators with a potential $1.8tn revenue opportunity over the next decade
Consumers are increasingly using their mobile phones to make payments in Europe, finds survey
European states are questioning legality of a new copyright law proposed by the EU
Software developers are turning to YouTube to find out how to solve technical problems, rather than asking for help from colleagues
Find out who made the shortlist for this year's Best of VMworld Europe User Awards, with the winners set to be announced on Tuesday 12 September 2017
After receiving $76 million to develop DataStream hybrid NAS arrays, Coho Data can't find more investors and falls into the storage startup graveyard.
New Adobe integrations and further integrations of existing products are possible announcements from Microsoft Ignite 2017.
Research by Computer Weekly has found women in the technology industry are paid less than their male counterparts, regardless of the role they are in or how much experience they have
Cloudian CEO Michael Tso notes favorable trends for object storage: Capacities are increasing to petabytes, and customers want to use different clouds for different workloads.
Turin-based Sherlock, a bike security startup, is connecting its GPS anti-theft units to Orange Business Services’ worldwide IoT network
Barclays Bank is set to meet the government’s ring-fencing legislation well before the deadline
Quislex has cut backup windows by a third and will roll out 700TB of NEC Hydrastor to Hyderabad datacentre to provide a grid of deduplicated storage for backup and archive
With data suggesting the proportion of public sector IT spend secured by SMEs is falling, CCS embarks on a renewed bid to help smaller firms win government contracts
Security researchers once again proved how easy it can be to recover SHA-1 hashes by cracking the hashes on nearly 320 million passwords related to data breaches.
Hyper-converged appliance maker Scale Computing says it achieved near bare metal performance from NVMe by doing away with controller functionality. Is this the end of the SAN?
Multigrid Data Centers named as as one of the first operators to take up space in Stockholm's heat-reusing, green energy-powered datacentre hub
Bloggers examine AppDefense -- a new VMware network security offering -- and look into synchronizing BGP and OSPF, as well as the capabilities of new Savvius analytics.
The CEO of Deutsche Bank said a "big number of staff will eventually be replaced by robots” as it looks towards artificial intelligence technology
Security researchers claim to be tracking a threat group called Dragonfly 2.0 hacker group that has been attacking critical infrastructure and setting up persistent infections on ICS networks.
Atlassian Stride, a new UCaaS product, is expected to eventually replace the Atlassian HipChat team messaging application. The new product is expected to compete with Cisco, Microsoft and Slack.
UK fintech companies are confident that revenues will double over the next year, but have concerns over talent and customer take up of services
IT is disrupting almost every corner of the business world, and those who operate in the IT services are no exception, with lawyers in the sector feeling the disruption
Major security breach unfolded over a two-month period, and is thought to have affected 143 million customers in the US, as well as an undisclosed number of Britons and Canadians
Travellers using Trainline’s app can save money on tickets after the introduction of an in-app feature called Price Prediction
A researcher discovered a remotely exploitable Apache Struts vulnerability being actively exploited in the wild. A patch was released, and users were urged to update software immediately.
News roundup: Researchers used the new BootStomp tool to uncover six vulnerabilities in Android bootloaders. Plus, a new wave of AWS S3 bucket data leaks strikes and more.
A massive Equifax breach, which was discovered in July, exposed the personal information, including names, birth dates and Social Security numbers, of 143 million Americans.
Developers are building open technology on Linux to turn a top-of-rack white box switch into a services platform for software-based networking.
The government has recovered £645m of funding to be reinvested in future broadband roll-out through a mix of clauses in its BDUK contracts with BT and project savings