Organisations in Australia and New Zealand are bullish on IT spending, particularly in cloud infrastructure services, cloud applications and all-flash storage arrays
Distribution is well placed in a cloud and multivendor solution world to deliver the support that suppliers are looking for
The health agency in the US state of Florida has warned that the records of up to 30,000 Medicaid patients may have been exposed when the agency’s IT systems were breached
Belgium's biggest telco will cut legacy systems as part of a digital transformation project
Sweden is tightening up its cyber security defences as part of a wider national security strategy
Several HMRC IT systems crashed on Saturday, leaving customers attempting to file their tax returns frustrated as the deadline approaches
ConnectWise adds consulting and training specialist HTG to provide more support to its channel ecosystem
Microsoft's acquisition of Avere Systems addresses a shortcoming in Azure storage services and could help steal some business from AWS and GCP.
The Frost Museum of Science in Miami braced for Hurricane Irma with a solidified DR planning, storage and data center infrastructure, and it suffered minimal damage from the storm.
DevOps monitoring tools based on time-series databases create a steeper learning curve than traditional monitoring software, but arm IT pros with richer data for troubleshooting.
Citrix Summit 2018: The virtualization and cloud vendor unveiled a new program structure for Citrix partner firms that will pull together five channel incentive programs under one umbrella.
An area in the western part of Chinese capital Beijing has been designated as the launchpad for China to hone its capabilities in artificial intelligence
Chip maker is reportedly planning to form a new group to focus on hardware security as it scrambles to limit the impact of recently discovered security flaws in chip designs
Internet giant is bringing all its payment services under the Google Pay brand, making them “simpler, safer and more consistent”
The volume of cyber attacks last year has increased boardroom focus on security in the Nordic region
British carmaker Jaguar Land Rover will incorporate Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 820Am automotive platform to power in-vehicle connectivity
At CES 2018, underway in Las Vegas, Pizza Hut and Toyota announce a partnership to develop an autonomous pizza delivery service
Mitel has made a major channel appointment as it looks to crank up sales of its unified comms products
The vendor has used its Summit event in California to outline a revamp to its partner reward scheme
Spain’s Directorate General of Traffic has selected Mobileye technology to develop vision and data analysis for driver assistance and autonomous vehicles
Matt Hancock takes over as DCMS secretary of state, while Caroline Nokes says goodbye to her role as the minister responsible for digital at Cabinet Office
Customers might be looking for cost savings but the channel needs to steer the focus onto growth and longer term business benefits
ABN Amro is testing out wearable payment devices with 500 customers as part of a four-month pilot
Although consumers are relatively unaffected by the recently disclosed security vulnerabilities in most modern processors, enterprises need to take the threat seriously. Computer Weekly looks at how enterprise IT and security professionals should be approaching these threats
Calligo expands Cloudian Hyperstore from three nodes to 30 at worldwide datacentres, with object storage deployed for file-level and metadata capabilities suited to GDPR
Privacy activist whose legal challenge of Facebook led to the scrapping of the Safe Harbour Agreement says crowdfunding a new type of non-government organisation is essential to deliver privacy rights
Federal health IT officials under the 21st Century Cures Act have proposed regulations for health data information sharing, the Trusted Exchange Framework 'network of networks.'
Federal agencies opened public comments on a draft botnet security report born from the 2017 White House cybersecurity executive order, and experts are generally favorable.
Complications surrounding the fix for the Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor architecture flaws will make the patching process more difficult for administrators.
Researchers have called for the UK to utilise new technologies in the workplace to drive better productivity
Westcon has created the position of a managing director in the UK and Ireland to increase levels of support it can offer resellers
High-street retailer has fleshed out plans to put digital at the heart of its business to boost operational efficiency in response to changing consumer demands
Startup is shaking up Germany’s business catering sector with a platform that harnesses Amazon and Salesforce clouds
Mobile retailer hit with one of the highest fines for putting personal data at risk as UK privacy watchdog warns that more stringent data protection laws will apply from 25 May 2018
Widening the channel over the past year has given the vendor a chance to go for a much wider audience
As IT becomes more prominent in the UAE economy, more and more internal connections between people and systems are created, all of which need to be secured
Many people who use Alexa get frustrated by her lack of understanding. But by 2022, voice technology will have evolved to understand emotion
Former minister for business succeeds Matt Hancock after his promotion to secretary of state
Daisy Group claims to have already seen sizeable cost savings on the back of its push to improve its datacentre cooling procedures across five UK facilities
Survey shows digital skills and lack of integration are among major barriers to good online government services
Researchers are urging companies to apply a security update to patch a flaw in Oracle’s WebLogic Server component that is being exploited to mine cryptocurrency
The European Commission has emphasised the importance of having a data transfer agreement in place after the UK leaves the European Union
Former Prudential and BP CIO Charles Forte takes over as IT chief for the UK's armed forces
Liqid composable storage infrastructure is based on Liqid Grid's custom PCIe fabric switch and orchestration to provision bare-metal servers from disaggregated devices.
Microsoft's January 2018 Patch Tuesday brings Meltdown and Spectre patches to users, except those on AMD chipsets or those with incompatible antivirus.
With the potential for catastrophic consequences from a nuclear weapons detonation attack, it is crucial to have the most robust nuclear policies in place, says an international affairs think-tank
Excalibur has made its fifth acquisition in seven years bolstering the support it can offer educational customers
Researchers at security firm McAfee have confirmed that social networks are being used to target North Korean dissidents with spyware
The Cabinet Office reveals details of its latest push to make the shared services model take off in government
Collaboration and digitisation within the health industry is critical to deal with the growing mental health crisis, but more support is needed from policymakers
Hyundai will debut a new generation of hyperconnected software-defined car in 2019, incorporating a Cisco-designed network platform
Cyber security vulnerabilities in mobile applications could be exploited to compromise industrial network infrastructure, a report warns
IT providers will need access to datasets from NHS Digital to create artificial intelligence algorithms, but they should be held accountable for the systems they develop, says report
Economic analysis commissioned by London mayor Sadiq Khan warns that thousands of jobs in science and technology sectors be at risk if UK crashes out of EU with no deal
With its shares going onto the New York Stock Exchange next week the firm has outlined some of its growth plans, with the channel very much part of the future
Virtual desktop users are averse to downtime. A new capability from Citrix and Nvidia allows for live migration of vGPUs so VDI shops can keep graphics processing up and running.
Enterprise IT pros who have seen the benefits of conventional flash storage are looking ahead to potential use cases for faster NVMe-based technologies.
Samsung hopes to heat up the tepid digital whiteboard market, but the new Samsung Flip board will face tough competition from small vendors, as well as Cisco, Google and Microsoft.
The UK retail banking sector is at the beginning of a journey towards to a more competitive future as new regulation hits them
This week, bloggers focus on the growing relevancy of campus network architecture planning, BGP route selection and the next generation of cloud-vendor partnerships.
The new WPA3 Wi-Fi protocol aims to improve security for IoT devices and strengthen password security with protections against brute force attacks.
Security experts said Spectre and Meltdown pose a low risk to corporate networking gear. Nevertheless, vendor patches should be applied following thorough testing.
Communications service providers should gear up for a software-driven operations model and embrace microservices and DevOps to thrive in the digital economy
The Alan Turing Institute has announced the latest two universities to join its data science research network
Computer science is the fastest-growing subject for undergraduate intake in UK universities, according to 2017 statistics
As Intel scrambles to issue security updates to address the Meltdown and Spectre exploits, researchers have highlighted another, unrelated, critical security issue that could affect millions of corporate laptops
As it scrambles to deal with the Meltdown and Spectre processor exploits, Intel has made a series of security commitments
It has been a busy last few days in the channel with people opting to start the year with a fresh challenge
Customers looking to ensure that their processors are secure could opt for a fresh CPU and that could be a benefit for the hardware channel
Security researchers have discovered new malware code hidden in game apps, mainly aimed at youngsters
Julian Niman has been found dead at his home in Manchester
With its Cloud9 IDE, AWS challenges Microsoft where it matters most -- with the developer community, where Microsoft has long-held sway.
Intelligent information management in M-Files allows users to search for content in multiple repositories while also being able to automatically assign metadata to content in 2018 upgrade.
The Public Accounts Committee has found HMRC to be dangerously overstretched, partly as a consequence of Brexit, and puts the department’s 2020 transformation programme into question
The UK’s automatic number plate recognition database – one the largest non-military data-gathering systems – records up to 1.2 million false readings of number plates every day. It should be subject to statutory regulation, says an independent watchdog
Containers aren't immune to Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, but they could lighten the operational burden of fixes for IT pros.
News roundup: The hacking group called Fancy Bears claims to have hacked the Olympics again. Plus, a former NSA contractor pleads guilty to stealing government data, and more.
AMD initially believed the Spectre vulnerabilities posed "near zero risk" to its chip, but the company this week reversed course and is planning microcode updates for its products.
Cisco and Hyundai will release jointly developed software-defined vehicles in 2019. These connected cars will boast a Cisco-built software-defined platform and 1 Gbps Ethernet.
Customers reported the firmware Intel Meltdown patch caused reboot issues on Broadwell and Haswell chipsets, leading to a patch review by Intel.
A cloud enablement alliance between NEC Corporation of America and Magna5 will bring together NEC's infrastructure-as-a-service offerings with Magna5's communications network.