A SolarWinds survey reveals that IT professionals are more concerned with cyber security than losing their jobs to artificial intelligence
Not surprisingly, Middle East digital disruption will take centre stage at this year’s GITEX event in Dubai
Equifax replaces two senior staff members as it reveals how many Britons were hit by a massive data breach that affected millions of consumers
The train operator has teamed up with Cisco, Network Rail Telecoms and others to collaborate on an Innovate UK funded proof of concept for ultrafast Wi-Fi on board
Monday morning service issues hit users of Microsoft's online productivity suite, Office 365, and its free consumer email service, Outlook
Avast-owned Piriform has warned that some versions of its CCleaner software was compromised by hackers that would allow them to install malware on users’ computers
Former Cisco exec Charles Giancarlo takes over as CEO of Pure Storage from Scott Dietzen with the all-flash pioneer set to become a billion-dollar baby. Will profits follow?
Through Aruba 360 Secure Fabric, partners can tap into the network security capabilities of the vendor's portfolio, which features IntroSpect UEBA and ClearPass technology.
Banks in the United Arab Emirates will share information on cyber attacks through a platform instigated by the country’s banking federation
The Middle East and the UAE in particular is setting up as a centre for startups
Microsoft claims connectivity issues that blighted Outlook and Hotmail users for much of Monday 18 September have now been largely resolved
Security industry needs to get involved to raise awareness of cyber security career opportunities, say commentators
Public sector cloud adoption continues to rise, but wide-scale digital transformation success remains elusive, claims Cloud Industry Forum research
New Qumulo storage fabric replicates data between local and public cloud storage on AWS. QF2 is the first version of Core that runs in a public cloud.
Cloud giant claims the world of tech is a very different place than it was in 2006 when it debuted its per-hour billing model
Software supplier Veritas says it has delivered on its promises but there is still work to do in realising its data management vision
Former CEO John Chambers will leave the networking sector kingpin after 27 years, supplier reveals
Poor password practices are still putting UK citizens and the companies they work for at risk, a survey reveals
CCleaner malware was spread to users via an infected software update for close to one month, highlighting the dangers of supply chain attacks and the need for code signing.
Autotask discussed digital transformation, product line unification and technology roadmaps at the company's annual meeting for service providers.
For organizations that must analyze large amounts of data quickly and efficiently, nothing beats solid-state storage. Predictive analytics applications perform better with flash.
Organisations in the Middle East face IT recruitment challenges unless they offer more training and employ more women
Ahead of Oracle’s OpenWorld 2017 event, Larry Ellison announces simplification of cloud pricing, attached to increased automation in database and middleware
Businesses that have invested in trials of blockchain technology will repeat their investments
The UK, France and Italy will use a meeting with technology companies at the UN General Assembly in New York to press for development of technical solutions to defeat terrorist activity on the internet
Cyber crime is still a significant risk to individuals and organisations, a report claims, with the top threats including business email compromise, ransomware, and banking and mobile malware
A study has revealed that most UK local authorities have suffered cyber attacks in the past year, showing local government is a key target for cyber criminals and that legacy software is a top security concern
Startup claims near-bare metal NVMe performance by offloading controller functionality to multiple CPUs on back-end storage with an optimised Linux-based operating system
Salesforce customers met up for the Dutch leg of the supplier's world tour with a distinctly non-techy crowd present
Finland’s public sector aims to save €1bn by 2029 as a result of digitising public services
BMW has launched its latest programme to support tech startups in the UK
The voices of consumers are being missed as communications services providers, industry bodies and the government set the agenda for the UK’s communications infrastructure market after Brexit
Starling Bank’s CIO tells Computer Weekly about life at a bank that is challenging traditional IT thinking
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are key components of the newly launched Aruba 360 Secure Fabric user behavioral analytics security software.
Even as Southeast Asia works towards coordinating cyber security strategies, more needs to be done to establish cyber norms
Air traffic control organisation Nats is upgrading its network capabilities to enhance its performance
The cloud computing skills shortage in the UK is costing businesses hundreds of millions of pounds in lost revenue
Particle accelerator lab has set out a plan, inviting the industry to help it develop next-generation IT to support science
A study commissioned by networking solutions supplier Riverbed claims that legacy networks are causing problems for businesses trying to undergo digital transformation, and more decision makers are considering SDN as a result
Speaking at the inaugural Datacloud Ireland event, Irish state minister Patrick Breen outlined the government’s commitment to helping other datacentre operators avoid the planning problems Apple has encountered in Athenry
Phishing attacks continue to increase in volume and sophistication, according to researchers at security firm Webroot
There needs to be a change in the way technology is designed and in attitudes to data security to ensure cyber safety, say industry experts
An undocumented Word feature found by Kaspersky Lab could lead to system information theft and affects users on both PCs and mobile devices.
Dell EMC's SCv3000 launch includes automated hybrid tiering, data compression and replication with federated clusters. Dell EMC announced a money-back efficiency guarantee.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission admitted a 2016 breach that was previously undisclosed may have enabled threat actors to engage in illegal stock trades.
Companies of all sizes may find themselves faced with highly capable state-sponsored cyber attacks, but steps can be taken to shore up defences
Major tech firms were targeted by malware hidden in Avast’s Piriform CCleaner software, researchers have found, leading to speculation that it may have been state-sponsored espionage attack
Speaking at the inaugural Datacloud Ireland event in Dublin, NetApp chief privacy officer, Sheila FitzPatrick, outlined her concerns over tech suppliers cashing in on the enterprise rush for GDPR compliance
The majority of worldwide education organisations were hit with a DNS attack in 2016, according to a survey from EfficientIP
Traditional banks know they need to modernise IT to retain market share, but replacing legacy systems is like defusing a bomb
As DevSecOps grows, policy as code will take over where infrastructure as code left off through new tools such as HashiCorp Sentinel.
Small businesses in the US have filed a class-action lawsuit against credit rating firm Equifax, representing millions of others affected by a breach of personal data
Businesses view cyber security as a way to provide new opportunities and improve customer loyalty, according to a Vodafone report
CloudBees, the steward of the Jenkins DevOps platform, has teamed up with partners to provide managed Jenkins services, as well as new security features and database support.
Transport for London has rejected Uber's application for its licence renewal, citing a lack of corporate responsibility as the reason
News roundup: Researchers uncovered a large number of iOS app security risks. Plus, Viacom exposed its critical data through a misconfigured AWS S3 bucket, and more.
Hat Trick ditches industry-specific hardware and deploys Black Pearl, which gives NAS-like file access from tape