Pure Storage AIRI is AI-ready infrastructure that integrates Pure's all-flash FlashBlade NAND storage blades and four Nvidia DGX-1 artificial intelligence supercomputers.
The Compton, Calif., school district reduces its data center server and storage footprint with Nutanix hyper-convergence and simplifies data backup with Nakivo software.
Experts at the IoTBuild conference explored how enterprises can create value through IoT interoperability and interchangeability.
Startup Wasabi seeks to shake up pricing by eliminating egress fees major cloud storage providers AWS, Google and Microsoft charge to transfer data.
Automated bots have made it difficult to determine whether someone online is real, but Airbnb is turning to tech to help build digital trust among its customers.
Traditionally considered risk-adverse, lawyers are twice as more influential than in-house technology staff about cloud, research finds
The use of automation and gamification are key to winning the fight against cyber criminals in the face of the skills’ shortage, a study investigating challenges facing IT security teams reveals
Database giant claims expansion of UK datacentre region shows its commitment to customers
Inquiry will seek evidence on whether or not the law is up to the job of regulating online platforms such as Facebook, and what improvements can be made
The Easter weekend has seen another round of data breaches, further underlining that many companies are still failing to take the necessary steps to protect customer data
Some believe Theresa May handing over government data policy responsibility to DCMS is “downgrading digital government” while others see it as a positive move
The training specialist has made a couple of acquisitions that should give it much more depth in its ability to provide training to IT professionals
Partners have a new organisation management chart to get to grips with as the firm looks to split the teams running Windows and devices
IT administrators anticipate that artificial intelligence and automation will only affect mundane tasks, freeing up 19% of their workload
Most UK firms are failing to plan for the financial impact of cyber attacks, a survey by Lloyds Bank has revealed
An Azure debugging tool gives admins a better handle on problems when VMs don't boot properly, with a familiar feel for those more comfortable with on-premises architectures.
Startup Elastifile makes available push-button option to deploy its NFS-based scale-out file system on hourly or long-term basis with fast solid-state drives on Google Cloud Platform.
With standby virtual desktops from TetherView, IT can forgo full-fledged backup data centers for disaster recovery. The company CEO details use cases for the technology and more.
Cyphort analytics is now a part of Juniper Security Director. Juniper has introduced integration between the policy manager and the Cyphort security software acquired last year.
Cloudflare promises its new 22.214.171.124 DNS service is faster and enables better privacy for web browsing than competing offerings, but it's unclear how different its service will be.
New vendor JetStream Software incorporated technology from flash caching developer FlashSoft and worked with VMware on its initial cloud data management releases.
As Facebook scrambles to contain the damage from the Cambridge Analytica data exploitation scandal, a survey reveals that a majority of IT decision-makers have lost trust in the social networking firm
Amazon’s Snowball Edge strengthens its support for hybrid use cases in a fast-growing market for the internet of things and hybrid IT
Infinidat launches InfiniSync “black box” as off-site storage on-site, plus new Infinibox PB-scale array, cloud storage service Neutrix Cloud and InfiniGuard backup appliance
The United Nations has struck a deal with data visualisation software supplier Tableau to extend its use as an organisation-wide standard
The endpoint protection player is looking for ambitious channel growth and has turned to distribution to support that aim
Firms in Europe, the Middle East and Africa take nearly six months to detect cyber attacks on average, a report reveals
Ambitions by the channel player to be the largest independent Microsoft Dynamics operator get a shot in the arm with a double acquisition
Rubrik takes another step toward cloud data management with Polaris GPS, a SaaS app that brings together secondary data stored in on-premises appliances and across clouds.
The Local Government Association has urged housing developers to adopt proposals for a fibre-to-the-premises broadband kitemark for new-build homes in rural areas
Cyber attackers switched focus to ransomware attacks in 2017 putting pressure on incident response, while human error was responsible for two-thirds of compromised records, a study shows
Southern and northern groups finalise merger to become Tech Nation as government pledges £21m in funding
Qumulo goes after organizations with large, unstructured data stores that have a new need for speed with its all-flash NVMe P-Series scale-out NAS, which holds up to 24 NVMe SSD drives in a node.
An IDC report named Apstra, Big Switch Networks, Plexxi and Pluribus Networks as SDN providers to watch; Martello aims to validate Elfiq-based SD-WAN; and Aryaka extends to China.
The latest version of the Cisco Jabber client supports multiline calling and includes developer tools for building bots. The upgrades demonstrate the vendor's continued commitment to its on-premises UC product.
A new report from Chilmark Research points to future gains for patient relationship management software, potentially in the tricky area of decreasing 30-day patient readmissions.
This week, networking bloggers discuss combining endpoint management systems with security, thorny wireless devices and the logic of an IXP atop a VXLAN infrastructure.
HM Revenue & Customs hits back at contractors who claim it failed to test its online IR35 status assessment tool rigorously enough in the run-up to its launch in March 2017, as calls for an inquiry into its dev and test procedures grow
The Netherlands’ privacy watchdog has not handed out fines so far because there has been no reason to, says the organisation’s chairman, Aleid Wolfsen
Its vision involves sensor data from IoT devices being processed across a distributed computing infrastructure from the edge to Azure
Enterprises will own patents and industrial design rights that result from new technology jointly developed with Microsoft, among a raft of intellectual property principles unveiled by the software giant
The principal bidding stage in Ofcom’s latest mobile network spectrum auction has concluded, raising more than £1bn for the Treasury
With just over a month to go before the GDPR compliance deadline, more than 1.5 billion data files are exposed online without adequate protections, a report reveals
The vendor is hoping it can use zero interest and other finance offers to encourage users to increase their networking investments
RPA promises to make certain back-office business processes vastly more efficient by taking over manual tasks
Pharmaceutical giant invites startups to apply for its second Healthcare Hub: London accelerator, with the chance to share £50,000 funding
Apple is partnering with a handful of large businesses for the beta release of Apple Business Chat. The messaging service should help Apple compete with Facebook and Google in the enterprise market.
Businesses that use Facebook and have employees that use it should take note that data is shared with potential cyber attackers, security advisers warn, as Facebook reveals the Cambridge Analytica data exploitation scandal may affect 87 million users
Datrium DVX 4.0 adds enterprise features such as AWS' cloud backup and recovery service, Oracle RAC support, VM fault tolerance and FIPS 140-2 security validation.
The retail sector was the top cyber attack target in 2017, as cyber attacks evolved to become more organised and structured, a report reveals
Startup Meta Networks has debuted its network as a service. The company's first offering delivers SD-WAN, security, VPNs and multi-cloud connectivity in an internet-based WAN.
No Spectre microcode patches will be coming for older Intel processors, but the newest generation of Intel CPUs will have mitigations built in when they ship later this year.
Deutsche bank is replacing a complex IT infrastructure that helps its traders operate and automates regulatory compliance processes
AWS added more features to secure data on its platform, including private certificates, a managed service for secrets and a hub for policies regardless of where applications run.
Facebook is among 30 organisations under investigation by the UK’s privacy watchdog for misusing personal data for political and other purposes
Hervé Falciani, who stole data from thousands of private banking customers, is apprehended in Spain following the issuing of an international arrest warrant
Aviation group says it is confident of landing a company-wide IT project following a sometimes turbulent journey
Microsoft engineers cite Azure Active Directory fault as cause of cloud customer service woes across Europe
CivilisedBank plans to serve small and medium-sized enterprises with savings and investment products
IBM has released a toolkit for building enterprise-grade virtual assistants. The IBM Watson Assistant is highly customizable and lets businesses keep their data private.
The use of encryption has seen double-digit growth in the past year due to a number of security-related drivers, a study has revealed
Microsoft's poor coding when forking and modifying open source UnRAR code introduced a critical Windows Defender flaw that could allow an attacker full system rights.
News roundup: A pipeline cyberattack shut down communications for several U.S. natural gas providers. Plus, Facebook removed accounts and pages run by the Russian IRA, and more.
Savvius is getting an assist from 50 U.S. channel partners, as it looks to expand its technology portfolio beyond its traditional break/fix orientation; other news from the week.
Microsoft is integrating Cortana into its Teams collaboration platform. Will it be the baby step voice computing needs to gain traction in the enterprise? The jury is out.
By looking at its social media data with Salesforce, Harvard Graduate School of Education saw more than 65% of article traffic generated through social media.
IBM open source projects help to facilitate the creation of machine learning apps and grow that developer base.
Researchers found misconfigured cloud storage across multiple platforms left huge amounts of data exposed, including medical information and payroll data.