HPE enhances its Nimble all-flash arrays with support for NVMe and storage-class memory. Additionally, the vendor collapses its hybrid systems into one product line featuring deduplication.
Led by Singapore and Thailand, the object storage market in Southeast Asia is expected to grow at a double-digit rate in the next few years
Microsoft’s developer conference has kicked off with a renewed focus on making Microsoft products and services work well with other offerings
Windows 10 Phone may be dead, but now Microsoft wants to make Windows 10 the best partner operating system for smartphones
Google’s Project Zero unit’s 90-day deadline for software suppliers to disclose vulnerabilities has always been controversial, but a survey reveals that most security professionals feel even that is too long
Cisco and Dimension Data are working to protect Zambia’s at-risk elephant population after a successful pilot project in South Africa
Serial acquisition deal maker GCI has changed its major shareholder and been given access to funds to continue to expand the business
As the regulatory landscape becomes more complex, organisations should look to the financial sector to see what else is coming, as well as focus on three key areas of GDPR compliance, according to Deloitte
TSB is offering customers higher interest rate to go towards making up for the problems its core banking system migration caused customers
Nigerian cyber attackers have modernised their approach to cyber crime, security researchers warn
Jon Corner has been appointed the city’s first chief digital officer to lead Salford’s smart city and digital technology work
The security player is looking for more partners having recently launched a UK channel partner programme
Five-year contract covers integrated IT system to be used across the Metropolitan force, two years after it went out to tender
Swedish CIO believes more women might get the top IT jobs if organisations look beyond IT skills
End users don't want to be bothered by notifications and a complicated interface. Learn how one MADP vendor is adapting to current user demands.
Microsoft extended more of its AI capabilities to connected devices to resolve some of the IoT shortcomings of the public cloud's consolidated data center model.
Red Hat plans to swiftly integrate technology recently acquired from CoreOS into its current product line, but the CoreOS name will stick around.
NetApp pumps out an NVMe-ready All Flash FAS array with 30 TB Samsung drives and 700 TB of usable storage. SAN users can upgrade to FC over NVMe on select OnTap systems.
Google is moving quickly into healthcare, forging alliances with Fitbit and selling AI services to smaller health IT vendors. Meanwhile, Fitbit is expanding into healthcare.
Three new tools illustrate Google's strategic approach to its cloud platform customers and echo an old proverb: Set them free, so they can return and stay.
New Relic and AppDynamics up the ante on Prometheus with dashboards that display Kubernetes time-series data, and monitoring alerts that sync with IT automation tools.
AI for social good is a thing. SAS touts research on tracking cheetah populations, Microsoft showcases work on precision farming at the Artificial Intelligence Conference.
Building on a strategic alliance first announced in 2015, the two software companies are working together on Red Hat OpenShift on Azure to reduce the complexity of managing containers in a hybrid cloud environment
Microsoft resolved two zero-day exploits and two public disclosures, amid more than 65 exploits affecting operating systems, browsers and Microsoft Office this May Patch Tuesday.
The long-term future of database administrators could be at risk if every enterprise adopts the Oracle 18c autonomous database
Most Singapore respondents in a global Accenture survey said they have not invested in capabilities to verify data used in decision-making
Industry experts predict it will take 10 years for quantum computing to become a reality, but Microsoft believes it has the research edge, with systems, software and technology to get there in five
In line with open banking regulation, HSBC has launched an app that enables users to see accounts from 21 different banks in one place
Companies are getting faster at disclosing breaches, but the average is still too high in the light of the GDPR and other breach disclosure regulations, a report shows
Online lending platform enables small businesses to apply for loans of up to £150,000 in 10 minutes
Vodafone has acquired the operations of Virgin Media parent Liberty Global in four European markets, giving it access to 110 million homes and businesses
Government’s £1bn project to overhaul courts through use of technology has hit delays, with unresolved funding gaps and “significant risk” that it won’t deliver on time, NAO report finds
A National Centre of Computing Science Education has been launched to help the government meet its commitment to training up to 8,000 computing teachers
Four years after SCC acquired managed print player M2 the firm is adding to the services it can offer with an additional deal
The Netherlands’ Department of Finance warns that not all aspects of the EU privacy law will be implemented by the 25 May deadline
Nutanix uses small acquisitions to fuel further expansion of its core HCI into an enterprise cloud OS with Flow, Era and Beam, which were announced at the Nutanix .NEXT 2018.
Hyper-converged pioneer builds in functionality from acquisitions with Flow software-defined networking, Beam cloud monitoring and Era database provisioning and data protection
The vendor's UK channel chief is encouraging partners to add their own 'secret sauce' to its cloud portfolio
At Synergy 2018, Citrix introduced a new secure digital workspace that provides users unified access to their virtual desktops and applications, SaaS and mobile apps, and data.
NetApp gets on the cloud NAS bandwagon with Google Cloud Platform file storage access, while adding its first NVMe flash-equipped storage array, the AFF A800
The number of job vacancies for people with big data skills has increased in the past year, with the demand for contractors in this area skyrocketing
Following Telefonica's existing Nuage Networks' SD-WAN deployment, the service provider announced it's in the process of using Nuage to deploy software-defined data centers.
Businesses are still downloading vulnerable versions of the software that was at the heart of the Equifax data breach and failing to update to safe versions, a security firm has revealed
The Commvault HyperScale integrated appliance enables San Mateo County to back up more in less time. The appliance marks a new direction for Commvault.
The Arista campus switches are an effort by the company to target enterprises with the same set of features used by large data centers and carriers.
More than 8 million people use Slack every day, and 3 million people are paid subscribers. The startup now has paid Slack users in two-thirds of the Fortune 100.
UK providers of critical national infrastructure face hefty fines for cyber security failings from 10 May 2018
Microsoft continues to reach out to developers with an updated tool to help them configure a DevOps pipeline and connect it to the cloud, regardless of the app dev platform.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday for May includes fixes for two zero-day vulnerabilities under attack, including an Internet Explorer exploit known as Double Kill.
In these news briefs, read how Change Healthcare partnered with Microsoft and Adobe to use their cloud and AI services. Also, learn about Uber and CVS' latest pushes into healthcare.
XenMobile is now called Citrix Endpoint Management, and Citrix wants on-premises customers to move to the cloud. But some IT pros aren't ready to make the jump.
Having earlier laid the foundation with Oracle Autonomous Database, the vendor unveiled self-driving, self-repairing tools for application development, analytics and integration.
Microsoft added multi-master write replication and more granular cost controls to Cosmos DB to cover the broadest number of uses in the hotly competitive managed database market.
Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst says enterprises can take a leaf from DevOps and build modularity into their technology infrastructure to prepare for the forces of digital disruption
The cloud is growing faster than companies can prepare for cloud computing security threats, a quartet of tech leaders say at a Boston forum. But managing risk is within reach.
Partnerships with major cloud providers help position Red Hat OpenShift as a hybrid cloud management platform that customers hope can solve lock-in troubles.
Implementation minister Oliver Dowden will launch competition for UK tech firms to help solve the country’s social challenges, using funding from the £20m GovTech challenge fund
Low-cost airline Ryanair is on course to go all-in on the Amazon Web Services public cloud, as part of its push to boost the agility and cost effectiveness of its operations
The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation is set to raise the bar internationally for data protection and should be embraced to remain competitive, says report
Network Rail hails digital transformation plans as “a turning point in the history of our railways”
Another round of cuts comes as BT struggles to reposition itself for sustainable long-term growth
The security vendor launched its Security as a Service offering in January and has seen it chime with partner and customer needs
Bank is expanding its presence in India with plans for an office for 8,000 staff in Pune
The distributor has hired a former Argos staffer and revealed intentions to build a reputation in the small domestic appliance market
Apple has confirmed it is abandoning its bid to build a datacentre on the west coast of Ireland, blaming three years of legal challenges and planning appeals that have blighted the project
Post Office branches unable to connect to Horizon computer system for several hours after morning opening time
Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey discusses why Xi Cloud Services are taking so long to deliver, blames Nutanix No. 1 HCI market share loss on 'funky accounting.'
Amazon.com CTO Werner Vogels claims that the “egalitarian” impact of cloud on IT means enterprises now need to find a new point of competitive difference
ShareFile will integrate with the new Citrix Workspace app, and other integrations with third-party services will help the product stand out in the EFSS market.
The minister for implementation, Oliver Dowden, provides further details on the GovTech competition and talks about GDS’s role as an “innovation incubator”, losing data policy to DCMS and the importance of SMEs
NComputing CTO Richard Sah discusses new opportunities for IT to take advantage of desktop virtualization, thanks to lower cost and the emergence of hyper-converged infrastructure.
Microsoft is giving businesses new tools for building custom integrations within the Microsoft Teams app. The vendor is also enhancing native ties between Teams and Office 365.
Hitachi Vantara outfits new Virtual Storage Platform models with more and faster processors and memory, adds midrange arrays, but makes no NVMe promises yet.
IT execs from Yamaha, Union Pacific, the city of Las Vegas and UL share their CIO strategies for deriving business benefit from emerging tech.
Software supplier Citrix’s cloud-based workspace app is part of its efforts to deliver integrated services that support the modern workplace
The enterprise's demand for explainable AI is merited, say experts, but the problem is more complicated than most of us understand and possibly unsolvable.
ServiceNow's Virtual Agent technology is designed to automate routine IT tasks and free users and IT workers to focus on more important tasks.
Android P security features, which were previewed at Google I/O, include notable improvements for data privacy and encryption and preventing malicious apps from spying on users.
International digital rights organisation welcomes proposed US legislation that will prevent the government from forcing a company to build backdoors into encrypted products and services
Gov.uk Verify boss Nic Harrison says GDS wants to take its “hands off the controls” of identity, as he confirms target of 25 million Verify user accounts “won’t all be created by government”
Darren Curry, chief digital officer of the NHS Business Services Authority, shares details of how trialling the use of cloud-based chatbots in its contact centres has boosted staff morale and efficiency
East Yorkshire and Humberside’s incumbent telco to implement new service delivery platform as it upgrades its network
The government has begun using machine learning to build a taxonomy hierarchy on Gov.uk and is looking at the possibility of deploying voice interactions
The public cloud giant has been expanding its channel base and is keen to work with more resellers and ISVs
The firm has thanked its channel base for helping it gain more share in important vertical markets
During his RSA conference keynote, IBM Security's van Zadelhoff highlighted cybersecurity's top three force multipliers and explained best practices to deploy them.
Energy giant Emerson told to compensate UK-based modular datacentre tech maker after US court rules that it stole trade secrets
In Citrix Synergy 2018 session, attendees learned about two ways to implement multifactor NetScaler authentication: Microsoft Azure Active Directory and Google ReCAPTCHA.
Enterprises may find their tried and tested methods of communication fail to live up to expectations of digitally-savvy Generation Z members, warns ServiceNow
If IT pros overprovision virtual desktops and servers, they waste money and resources. But there are other problems associated with poor resource allocation.
Speaking at the Knowledge 18 ServiceNow conference in Las Vegas, Virgin Trains outlined the potential role immersive and data-driven technologies can play in improving customer experience
A year after the global WannaCry attacks, the EternalBlue exploit that was a key enabler for the malware is still a threat to many organisations, and many UK firms have not taken action, security researchers warn
A hardware debug bug, apparently caused by unclear Intel hardware architecture documentation, infested almost all major OSes, as well as leading virtualization software.
As it becomes more difficult to monitor and secure applications and data, Citrix's security analytics platform is getting more attention from IT pros.
Experts at the Evolve Technology Conference discussed the constraints customers are facing in view of disruptive technologies and the desire to innovate.
Members of the Scottish Parliament heard that Police Scotland did not conduct impact assessments or give explanations to the public when they were accessing private data on their mobile phones
Lenovo partners will see the vendor increase focus on SMB customers, which Lenovo said can present business problems just as complex as those belonging to larger organizations.
News roundup: A controversial cybersecurity bill was vetoed by Georgia's governor this week after pressure from Microsoft and Google. Plus, IBM banned USB drives, and more.
At Kaseya Connect 2018, Kaseya revealed its RMM software now combines with Traverse network management and IT Glue documentation capabilities; other news from the week.
ServiceNow made a move to become a major player in the DevOps market by gearing up its Now Platform as a workflow engine that creates cloud-based applications quickly.
Avaya reported a net loss of $130 million last quarter, but the vendor still appears largely on track to hit its annual targets. Avaya cloud revenue rose modestly as a percentage of total earnings.
With the availability of Nutanix Flow, the HCI vendor merges SDN and microsegmentation to incorporate networking capabilities in its hyper-converged infrastructure stack.
A display on the future of meetings at Microsoft's Build 2018 event was a technology tour de force. But analysts said the fanfare sort of misses the point.
Analysts focus on Dell's embrace of network disaggregation, how Google is narrowing the gap between human and machine and whether virtual appliances are ready for prime time.