A Huawei executive makes the case for dedicated high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructure, despite the growth of public cloud services that have democratised access to HPC and AI capabilities
After a break the accountancy software player is back in the channel with a solution built from scratch with partners in mind
A privacy NGO led by Austrian lawyer Max Schrems is among the first to file complaints under the GDPR against Google, Instagram, WhatsApp and Facebook
The managed workplace specialist will concentrate on developing its software business after cutting down the extent of its operations
The costly, four-years-delayed Disclosure and Barring Service modernisation programme is an example of yet another poorly managed major government project, according to the Public Accounts Committee
Think-tank wants Government Digital Service to create a “single digital government account” for citizens, and says bringing the organisation into the Department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport will improve focus on “all aspects of digital transformation”
The UK is the most breached country in Europe, but IT security spend remains low compared with other countries in the region, a report reveals
A survey finds that benefits such as free food and drink or a modern office space are not the main motivator for most developers, with the majority prioritising a higher salary
IoT devices’ ability to make their own decisions will see computing shift back from the cloud to the edge, ABI Research has predicted
Pure is set to replace //M series boxes with FlashArray //X arrays in which NVMe is standard with NVMe-over-fabrics connectivity to servers and expansion shelves
Businesses are still not addressing inside threats when it comes to cyber security, leaving themselves wide open to data breaches as a result, according to a security analyst
PwC research has predicted drones could add £42bn to the economy and create 68,000 jobs by 2030
AI and as-a-service platforms enable IT to take a more hands-off approach. But with adoption in the early stages, most IT pros wonder what the future holds for identity management.
Creating a digital culture is essential in the age of information, but companies must not lose sight of their core values in the process. Two tech execs show how they're doing it.
Pure Storage adds software for building, managing and protecting data in containers, clouds, VMs and on premises. Pure ES2 subscription offers a managed on-premises cloud.
Call centers must live up to demanding quality and performance standards. Until artificial intelligence chatbots can meet those expectations, they don't stand a chance.
Detection of advanced threats is the top challenge for 55% of security operations centers, according to a new survey, as more companies explore threat hunting programs.
Businesses and the public sector are stepping up their spending on digital technology, but many business leaders are struggling to keep pace with what it means for their business
A US court has jailed a hacker on charges of computer fraud for hacking Yahoo email accounts on behalf of the Russian government
US government has identified more than 85 networks compromised by two malware families believed to be North Korean in origin
The managed services player has found life tough but its largest shareholder has come to the rescue
3D manufacturing is HP Inc’s next big growth area, but that is 10 years away. In the meantime, it needs to rely on PC and printer sales
The security player continues to add depth to the options it can offer those providing managed security services
OICR explains why it is backing open source software and commodity hardware to help accelerate the pace of cancer research across the globe
A top European chief information security officer is urging the security community to prepare for quantum computing to ensure their encryption processes are ready in time
Developers will support Microsoft's $25 million push to get software makers to build apps that benefit disabled individuals.
Lifesize has released a cloud-based device for wireless screen sharing. The vendor also previewed a video conferencing kit designed for outfitting huddle rooms for video conferencing.
Cato Networks added a network security feature that detects and identifies threats within customer networks. The capability is built into Cato's SD-WAN platform, Cato Cloud.
The latest semiannual Apple transparency report showed national security requests on the rise and one expert questioned whether Apple could do more to be open about requests.
Oracle's acquisition of DataScience.com is shining a spotlight on workbench-style platforms designed to centralize advanced analytics work by teams of data scientists.
The U.S. government claims two notable malware campaigns are the work of North Korean nation-state hacking group Hidden Cobra, also known as the Lazarus Group.
Pure Storage made new FlashArray and FlashBlade all-flash systems generally available this week, emphasizing their role in moving data seamlessly between local and cloud storage.
Chef Habitat can ease application deployments and updates, and ensure high availability, but there's still a lot of confusion among IT pros about precisely where it fits in the DevOps toolchain.
The training arm of Singapore’s labour movement is rolling out training courses in cooperation with Amazon Web Services to improve cloud computing literacy among SMEs
Nearly four in 10 workers in Australia are worried that they do not have the right skills to compete in the digital economy, survey finds
Organisations should not overlook the need to secure VPN connections because failure to do so could be fatal, but 2FA alone is not enough, warns a security expert
Artificial intelligence has outperformed experienced dermatologists in identifying skin cancer samples, further highlighting the potential of the technology in healthcare
Nestle has consolidated its consumer-facing mobile app portfolio to add features to the most successful apps
Sweden has entered a partnership with India that will include joint work on smart city and mobility technologies
At the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, four IT executives shared lessons they've learned from building an intelligent enterprise and paid homage to the tech that helped them do it.
In this Q&A, Equinix exec Ryan Mallory discusses his company's moves to meet growing demand for data center services and interconnectivity.
To keep up with the ever-quickening pace of enterprise tech development, companies need the right combination of brains and brawn, says Equinix exec Ryan Mallory in this Q&A.
In part two of this interview from RSA Conference 2018, Dragos CEO Robert Lee discusses the latest threats to industrial control systems and how those threats can be exaggerated.
The vendor has cut the ribbon on a fresh partner programme and revealed an ultimatum for partners
The fourth annual Bitglass cloud adoption survey reveals enterprise appetite for off-premise technologies is continuing to rise, but some industries are moving more slowly than others
One of four Yahoo hackers was sentenced to five years in prison for his role in the massive 2014 breach, which included accessing millions of sensitive email accounts.
The C-suite's penchant for hiring in its own image prevents companies from creating a digital culture. Another barrier: assuming HR can find the right people.
In these news briefs, SAP tackles visa management, Microsoft is using a startup to manage its career site, and a startup has released a blockchain-based HR platform.
Noting that 'data is the currency of the enterprise,' Veeam is taking its platform beyond protection and into more management. VeeamON 2018 laid the groundwork for its strategy.
Digital transformation is leaving businesses exposed to more cyberattacks. At the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, panelists explain how much cybersecurity expertise is expected of CIOs.
Walmart CISO Jerry Geisler talks about the retail giant's evolving cloud strategy, vulnerability management and risks the company is focused on across its environments.
AT&T NetBond for Cloud is the latest member of Google's Partner Interconnect. The AT&T service provides midsize enterprises with private connections of up to 10 Gbps to Google Cloud.
The Green House Data merger with Infront Consulting Group lets the combined entity offer a range of offerings, from upfront consulting to ongoing managed services.
Security suppliers need to interact with the community to get feedback on their products before launch to ensure they have not missed any vulnerabilities, a security researchers advises
Broadcaster will trial virtual reality and ultra HD live streams of the FIFA World Cup through BBC iPlayer and a dedicated VR app
Elderly hacker with little computing experience was able to hack WiFi and create phishing attack
Scammers have used bank’s IT problems as an opportunity to target its customers with mobile phishing attacks
The BHS website, which was developed after the department store’s closure in 2016, will be closed at the end of June
Millions of businesses across the UK and Ireland are unable to accept VIsa card payments because of a "service disruption"
Sophos said it will look to provide its partners with greater access to its in-house expertise as the security vendor's partner base moves toward the MSP model; more news from the week.
Vendors participating in MEF's SD-WAN implementation project aim to develop better multivendor interoperability that can lend itself to improved automation.
The 'Federal Cybersecurity Risk Determination Report and Action Plan' shows the majority of federal agencies are at risk, and DHS suggests a lack of leadership may be to blame.
News roundup: A major cellular network may have been compromised by exploiting SS7 vulnerabilities, according to reports. Plus, Kaspersky's lawsuits have been dismissed, and more.
Despite the self-service BI push, enabling end users to take the lead on analyzing and visualizing data is often still a challenge -- one that vendors continue to address.
IBM rolled out its Cloud Private for Data platform designed to make it easier for users' on-premises data to interact with not just IBM's public cloud, but those of AWS and Google.
A Yokogawa Stardom vulnerability leaves industrial control systems in critical infrastructure around the world at risk because of hardcoded credentials in the software.
A VMware researcher says the company is preparing a new version of NSX networking for public clouds and expects the technology to be available in about a year.