The two Asian cities, Hong Kong and Singapore, will remain primary destinations for datacentre deployments in the APAC region for the foreseeable future
Google’s Project Zero has gone public with another Microsoft security vulnerability after the software giant failed to issue a fix within allotted time
Chatbots and artificial intelligence are becoming an increasingly important part of customer services
The distributor has built on its relationship with the recently acquired UC as a service player BroadSoft
Hundreds of IT jobs are at risk in Finland as Nokia announces plans for more cuts
Cloud services giant Rackspace brings in Scality object storage in a move that slashes 4,000 boxes from its server count as it separates compute and storage
With a wide range of price points and the flexibility that should appeal to customers in vertical markets the channel might want to take a closer look at the hardware
If there is a trend this week it is in vendors looking to install fresh channel leadership to get more partner growth
Following successful trials in East Anglia, DCMS and Defra plan to encourage rural vicars to host broadband connectivity hotspots in their churches
The distributor is marking the tenth anniversary of its Credit Elevator scheme by extending the funds on offer
Blockchain is already hyped for IoT use, but Filament is the first company to enable basic blockchain operations to be computed on its Blocklet Chip, a chip directly on the device.
Crown Prosecution Service gives undertaking to Lauri Love that it will not appeal against a court decision not to extradite him to the US – but prosecutors are seeking leave to appeal over part of the court ruling on extradition procedure
Hybrid cloud is the top IT priority for users in 2018, with SaaS technology at a close second, according to a TechTarget survey. Let's see what VMware's doing in these markets.
RackTop Secure Data Protection Platform transfers data to cloud or other storage systems. It is intended for enterprises with compliance requirements.
HR tech news roundup: Employee engagement software vendor Limeade expands platform and releases inclusion module for large enterprises seeking more diverse workforces.
Regulatory initiatives remain at the top of GRC pros' lists of tech projects, according to TechTarget's annual IT Priorities 2018 survey, but grab less attention than last year.
Cyber criminals are increasingly using automated attacks that make use of stolen credentials, a security threat report warns
The FCA is working with a US finance regulator to support financial technology companies on both sides of the Atlantic
Virtual Instruments enhances NAS testing and monitoring capabilities with SMB and 25GbE support in WorkloadWisdom but hybrid cloud monitoring will remain off limits for now
Croydon’s ICT boss talks about why being “good” isn’t good enough and building a new ICT delivery model
NHS Digital outlines delivery timeline for integrating NHSmail with Microsoft Office 365, as it strives to improve collaboration between health and social care stakeholders
London CDO Theo Blackwell talks about cross-council collaboration, London’s role as a data-driven city and the importance of ensuring the capital won’t lose out on talent post-Brexit
The recently appointed channel chief at data management player Commvault has pledged to increase support for partners
Cambridge is hosting its 2018 hacking challenge, aiming to captivate students and address the cyber security skills shortage
Inefficient IT and infrastructure at the border could cause perishable foods to spoil, says committee, which calls for the government to ensure the right IT is in place for prompt export and import
Investigation underlines importance of security automation and employee awareness training
Vodafone is testing mobile and internet of things network technology to protect commercial aircraft from badly flown drones
As cyber criminals concentrate on targeted, strategic, money-making attacks, they are likely to use GDPR fines as leverage to extort money from organisations, a report warns
Verizon is using technology from Mist to anchor a managed SD-WLAN service in an effort to extend its service footprint to customers' WLANs.
Organisations are facing the highest levels of cyber attacks in both number and sophistication as automated swarm attacks increase, a cyber threat report reveals
The cloud data specialist has revealed it is growing quickly and has attracted more talent to join the executive ranks
IBM follows up its first Power9 server with a raft of systems designed to appeal to a wider array of markets -- most notably, AI and cloud deployments.
Enterprises prefer purchasing managed SD-WAN services, rather than taking the DIY SD-WAN deployment approach, according to recent research from Frost & Sullivan.
The latest Google Cloud acquisition points to a doubling down on IoT, as the company tries to keep pace with AWS and Microsoft Azure in this emerging market.
The surge in GDP contribution will come as more organisations shift from digital transformation initiatives aimed at shoring up productivity towards digital product development
Businesses are increasingly looking for cyber security skills, but the gap between demand and supply is still prominent
The UAE is investing in becoming a global pioneer in the use of artificial intelligence technology in various sectors of its economy
Infosys is stepping up its Nordic presence with a new operation in Finland, with a design and innovation centre in Helsinki in spring 2018
Artificial intelligence is being incorporated into a range of cyber security products, but the technology may also introduce new threats, a report warns
As the take-up and supply of datacentre capacity across Europe continues to hit new heights, CBRE claims the colocation market is entering a phase where high growth is becoming the "new normal"
Automation and artificial Intelligence are being used to defend against cyber threats, says report, but experts warn that these tools and technologies can be exploited by attackers
Cyber attacks are becoming easier to carry out while defences remain inadequate, study shows
Flush with success in its home market, Swedish open access full-fibre broadband specialist VX Fiber is launching in the UK, with plans to shake up service delivery to users by helping local councils monetise their network assets
The security firm has secured a round of funding that it intends using to fuel its international expansion
Majority of people are concerned with the security of the data they share with public sector organisations, according to a report
Chef InSpec 2.0 adds infrastructure tests for compliance policy enforcement, and the tool's expansion into more areas of the DevOps workflow won't stop there.
Lloyds Bank has announced plans to transform how it serves customers through substantial digital investment
The US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is seeking information about the capabilities of the public cloud provider community, in preparation for move off-premise
CityFibre and Vodafone are preparing to launch a consumer FTTP broadband service in Aberdeen
Those hoping that this year would see an easing of the skills gap are going to be disappointed
IBM launches new and updated Spectrum software-defined storage products, including a new NAS option, and commits to broadened end-to-end NVMe over Fabrics support by the third quarter.
The HR recruiting tools market shows no shortage of investor interest. In two months, three platforms have launched. Rising tech wages point to increasing competition for talent.
Google's new program certifies devices that meet minimum hardware requirements, provide regular Android security updates and offer a consistent management experience.
Manchester Science Partnerships has begun a competition for startups to win free desk space at its Tech Incubator
Google's Project Zero publicly published an Edge browser vulnerability after the 90-day disclosure deadline expired, and Microsoft has yet to patch the flaw.
Riverbed SD-WAN now includes support for private connections to Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure. Other enhancements include support for the Xirrus WLAN.
Cloud security vendor RedLock discovered threat actors had gained access to several enterprise cloud environments, including Tesla's, and used them for cryptojacking schemes.
UK organisations are facing increasingly complex and costly incidents of fraud partly due to increasing cyber fraud, yet few are making use of the anti-fraud technologies available, a survey has revealed
Email inboxes are the weakest link in security perimeters, and companies struggle with detecting security incidents quickly and accurately, a report finds
Mobile network operator O2 is to trial a 5G ‘experience’ at the eponymous London music venue later in 2018
Google’s Project Zero has gone public with a Windows 10 flaw that Microsoft claimed to have fixed in its February security update
Schoolchildren feel that social media companies such as Facebook and Instagram can do much more to protect them from online abuse
HSBC's internet banking platform is testing out its service that enables customers to put all their bank accounts, from multiple providers, in one place
Legislation will make it easier for directors to remove their personal addresses from the company register
MPs are taking a close look at the potential opportunities and risks associated with the UK adoption of cryptocurrencies and the technology that underpins them
NHS Digital and NHS England have further opened up the newly updated NHS Apps Library, and are asking developers to submit their apps for assessment
Potential internet of things powerhouse believes its deep expertise in operational technology will give it a leg up over traditional IT rivals
It's all change at the top of the legal IT specialist as the CEO moves on to another opportunity
Digital Catapult and the Coast to Capital LEP will switch on a 5G mobile network test bed in Brighton in April 2018
A Home Office review of the Emergency Services Mobile Communications Programme will not be finished before the end of July, the Public Accounts Committee has been told
Container security startups peddle unique approaches, but while some early adopters jump on board with fledgling vendors, a majority will watch for industry consolidation first.
The government is pushing high tech into agriculture and farming as it fleshes out its Industrial Strategy
A number of big companies have been targeted by crytojacking attacks, where cyber criminals hijack computing power to mine cryptocurrencies, but some have unprotected Kubernetes consoles in common
The vendor has rolled out a series of certifications aimed at arming people with the right skills to navigate some of the cloud and security issues that many customers are dealing with
The Chicago Bears' Nutanix hyper-converged clusters provide cloud-like access to coaching staples, like playbooks, schedules and scouting reports across the NFL team's facilities.
With the EU's General Data Protection Regulation looming, Qualys' Darron Gibbard discusses GDPR data breach notifications, and more with the EU's new privacy law.
Enterprises are taking action to ensure they have the conference room technology necessary to support the latest collaboration tools.
Research sponsored by SAP consultancy Centiq finds SAP customers maturing their use of SAP Hana and S/4 Hana, but hindered by licensing concerns and dearth of skills
Deep learning algorithms are changing how we drive cars and navigate outer space. What about saving our skin? Silicon Valley startup Proven Beauty has a plan.
U.S. government HR systems are heavily customized and out-of-date. They can't share data effectively, crimping the use of people analytics tools. Trump wants to change that.
Virtual Instruments rebrands Load DynamiX Enterprise storage performance validation software, updates its user interface, boosts performance and adds 25 GbE and SMB support.
Reduxio's converged primary and secondary storage integrates native tools for data management and protection. Can the hybrid flash vendor turn a profit and pull off an IPO?
Carrier supplier Accedian heads to the enterprise market with the acquisition of French company Performance Vision. Accedian network monitoring tools complement PV's NPM software.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission introduced new SEC cybersecurity disclosure rules to prevent insider trading related to data breaches and other security incidents.
Security researchers have uncovered a three-year-old Android spyware campaign spread through social media and targeting people in the Middle East
Akash Khurana’s joint CIO and CDO role enables him to engineer a digital-led business transformation at engineering company McDermott International
Just days into his hew role, Antonio Neri presented HPE’s Q1 2018 results. The figures look good, but the company is rebounding from a rough 2017
Average selling price is going up due to component price hike, but businesses and consumers must be given a reason to dump their old and ugly PCs
News of its first profit in 10 years might overshadow a major first for the Royal Bank of Scotland’s mobile channel
Telecoms regulator Ofcom has finalised plans to make full-fibre broadband network builds cheaper, and encourage more private sector investment
UK information commissioner Elizabeth Denham tells Data Protection 2018 event of the tough requirements ahead in a new age of data regulation
Presiding over the first quarterly results as HPE CEO Antonio Neri has indicated that it is working with partners to shift more hardware
The mayor wants to appoint a chief digital officer to drive forward the region’s digital strategy and help West Midlands grow as a leading tech hub
The vendor has launched a global partner programme and put executive muscle behind it in EMEA
Encryption features in recent vSphere and vSAN updates aim to balance security with simplicity and performance. For VMware shops, there is little standing in the way of adoption.
Traditional broad and large IT services firms are facing competition from niche industry-focused companies in the IoT services market
Mastercard research shows a growing number of shoppers are prepared to make purchases with smartwatches, rings and bracelets
The EU’s new data protection rules are driving greater interest in the privacy profession, and provide an opportunity to develop new business plans, says privacy association
IT can use published application monitoring to gain insights into app-related performance issues. ControlUp, which recently added it, is one vendor that delivers these metrics.
Bloggers delve into CISO information security objectives, Juniper's new product release and how self-sufficient networking teams should try to be in an area of increasing complexity.
Atlassian Stride, a Slack competitor, has released an API platform. The ability to integrate with business apps and workflow tools is expected to fuel the growth of the team collaboration market.
ERP news briefs: Model N adapts its revenue management to include subscription, outcome-based, risk sharing, as well as physical product, pricing. Priority Software aims at U.S.
Orion Labs has made its push-to-talk app generally available to enterprises. The voice-powered platform offers benefits beyond the mimicking of walkie-talkies.
News roundup: Hackers once again used SWIFT-based attacks to steal millions from Russian and Indian banks. Plus, hackers used an L.A. Times website for cryptojacking, and more.
Ruckus plans to release a suite of technology for companies that want to support IoT devices on the WLAN. The suite includes an IoT module for the Ruckus SmartZone controller.
SAP paid $2.4 billion to acquire lead-to-money vendor CallidusCloud, and analysts agree that the significant price may be worth it in an effort to compete with Salesforce.
JASK will initially target regional reseller partners and plans to eventually work with managed security service provider firms; other news from the week.
Cloud consulting services is one area IT service provider ConvergeOne would like to reinforce as it pursues business as a publicly traded enterprise.