Software company Veritas is upping its investments in India and Japan, and partnering with more local and specialised cloud providers in the region
Food Standards Agency picks Exponential-e to revitalise connectivity across 220 sites as it strives to improve operational efficiency and compliance processes
Advertising giant was one of many companies hit in June 2017 by malware distributed through Ukrainian accounting software
Mobile operator pilots in-store sign language service to support the needs of its deaf customers
Amazon opens its latest delivery hub in Bahrain to serve customers in the Middle East
Cisco and Manchester Science Partnerships have opened a new startup incubator in the city to foster innovation in the Northern Powerhouse, and the humble honeybee is taking centre stage
Most UK businesses are using financial technology products and services in some way, with cost savings being the main attraction
Microsoft announces completion of cross-platform SQL Server, GDPR compliance for Office 365, plus Azure Stack
Oracle released the long-awaited Java 9, along with Java EE 8 -- each with key improvements to simplify the development process using the language, including modularity in Java 9.
The UK is among the European countries that are most prepared for cyber attack, but there is room for improvement by all, a report has revealed
Amazon faces having to wait up to two months to hear the outcome of an environmental appeal against its plans to build a datacentre in Dublin
A breach of Deloitte’s email system, which may have exposed client details, emphasises the need for two-factor authentication and the monitoring of systems administrators
Muhammad Rabbani, international director of Cage, is convicted of an offence under the terrorism act after refusing to disclose his mobile phone PIN and laptop password under Terrorism Act
Speaking at the (ISC)2 Security Congress, FBI Deputy Assistant Director Don Freese spoke about need for security pros to replace fear and emotion with proper cyber-risk management.
Besides getting a taste of Red Hat’s open culture, APAC organisations can develop applications to solve business problems through a residency programme at the new lab
Middle East banker will use Gitex stage to encourage banks to automate processes
With nearly 40% of jobs expected to be automated, Australians need to develop additional skills to take on roles like robot teachers and empathy trainers
Some Apple Mac users are at risk of password theft due to a zero-day vulnerability discovered in some versions of the operating system
A report commissioned for the European Commission has revealed that although access to broadband is improving across the EU, operators are still focusing their energies on sweating old copper assets
The 5,000-strong Global Tech Advocates network of IT industry experts that supports technology companies is expanding its service to Spain
MIT professor will present his vision of smart city developments at Gitex 2017 in Dubai
Tegile's chief technology officer says the NVMe roadmap is all in place, but the key bottleneck is in the network and the applications, not its controllers. They’re ready to scale out into clusters for NVMe
The healthcare sector and social media users are popular targets for cyber attackers, a report has revealed
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella kicks off Microsoft Ignite with talk of future products, use cases for AI and continued bundling of Microsoft products.
Tackling the shortage of cyber security skills tops the agenda for the Security Serious Week, an industry initiative aimed at helping organisations become more security savvy
The CEO of Equifax has stepped down – the third executive to leave the company after it disclosed a massive data breach
IT decision-makers are no more confident about how Brexit will affect them despite this year’s general election and talks between the EU and the UK
People in the UK are growing tired of regular upgrade cycles for mobile devices
Cyber attacks on bank cash machines are a growing problem despite strong law enforcement cooperation, warns Europol
NHS Digital’s programme director for its digital collaboration service is looking at the potential of using voice recognition for NHS 111 services
A year after the first Mirai botnet attacks, the global botnet has grown, with many countries and cities unwittingly hosting large number of bot-infected devices
While Amazon remains leader of the IaaS and public cloud market, Gartner’s figures highlight emerging competitive pressure from Alibaba on the other runners and riders in the market
Nordic companies are aiming to win the race for scarce IT professionals through improving the workplace and concentrating on employees’ job satisfaction levels
Public sector organisations need to adopt software-defined networking to deliver more agile and resilient networks that bring fit-for-purposes services to users and citizens
The DerbyCon keynote covered why security research is an approachable field, as well as how to bypass a Windows digital signature check to run unwanted code.
At the (ISC)2 Security Congress, infosec professionals warned of sophisticated ransomware attackers that are using more advanced techniques to encrypt entire networks.
The Malaysian lender hopes to improve the loan application experience and grow its personal loan business by 60% through a new chatbot
Outsourcing IT security to a third party can improve an organisation’s cyber security posture, but in-house capabilities, such as drawing up security blueprints and strategies, should still be retained
Almost all UK adults subscribe to services for products they would traditionally pay for up front
Cyber Security Challenge UK is setting up charitable foundation to boost accessibility and diversity in cyber security, with an emphasis on supporting those from a disadvantaged background
Labour leader says new technologies provide opportunities, but could be a threat “in the hands of the greedy” and require re-training of the UK workforce
Vodafone’s fifth annual look at the IoT market reveals that the percentage of companies with more than 50,000 connected devices has effectively doubled in the past year
The global WannaCry and NotPetya attacks were both examples of pseudo-ransomware, according to McAfee researchers
Landowner and property developer has signed a co-investment partnership with Openreach to address poor broadband connectivity standards in parts of the capital
Maxta allows migration from VMware to Red Hat Virtualization on its hyper-converged infrastructure nodes and looks forward to PCIe upgrades to help unleash NVMe
Microsoft joins Géant's bid to create a cost-effective and accessible cloud procurement hub for Europe's education and research community
Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust becomes first healthcare provider to trial open source telehealth system originally developed by NHS Digital using Raspberry Pi devices
Colocation provider outlines the next phase of its expansion plans, which will see it build out its presence in west London
European Commission adds to growing political pressure on technology companies by threatening legislation if they fail to remove terrorist posts and hate speech from the internet quickly
A security researcher describes the network lateral movement process from an attacker's perspective and a few key points of focus for IT pros, at DerbyCon.
Nordic country’s central bank is planning for a future e-currency as cash becomes less relevant
The National Cyber Security Centre has begun several initiatives in its first year and hopes to use data drawn from those to drive better cyber security practices
Tax administration steps up cyber security initiatives as more of its services are delivered digitally
An initiative in Rotterdam is helping young people get into the IT sector by targeting those overlooked by traditional methods
Bytes has boosted its position in the North and the public sector with the move to acquire Phoenix Software
Google's Project Zero released a proof-of-concept iOS exploit similar to the Broadpwn Wi-Fi flaw that could allow an attacker to run code or implant a backdoor.
Cloud-based infrastructure is reshaping the networking industry -- an issue ONUG has seen within its user community and will address at its upcoming fall conference in New York City.
News roundup: During the Deloitte hack, attackers had access to client data and internal email servers. Plus, the U.S. asks China not to enforce its Cybersecurity Law, and more.
One expert is concerned about the large increase of government data requests received by Apple and the effects this surveillance activity has on user privacy.