The Criminal Courts Review Commission is expected to announce the findings of an investigation into alleged unfair subpostmaster prosecutions in August
Cyber criminals are not close to being able to use AI for attack purposes, according to industry veteran Mikko Hypponen, who has been at the forefront of AI use in cyber defence for several years
The application integration market is dominated by IBM and Oracle, but AWS and Salesforce are changing the game with integration platforms as a service
Credit card payment processor moves to assure customers that last Friday afternoon’s downtime was not the work of hackers
Scottish government plans flexible approach to online identity providers as it aims to launch alpha phase of is online identity assurance programme in August 2018
Distributor aims to double headcount in security operation and open a centre of excellence in Warrington
Report says businesses are still making the same mistakes, failing to make any progress in crucial areas such as cyber security awareness and preparedness
At Sapphire Now 2018, SAP needs to combine high-level conceptual information with practical examples of how its technology helps businesses solve real business problems.
Microsoft is a major contributor to open source. It has now acquired the largest open source repository
SAP collaborates with Accenture on entitlements management and digital transformation platform for defense organizations. AppDynamics releases new application monitoring tool for SAP.
Technologies such as machine learning and data analytics are key to the UK government’s updated counter-terrorism strategy
The foreign secretary wants the country’s “finest technological brains” to help combat poaching and save endangered species
Catalogic and Storware executives feel their companies complement each other. The two data protection vendors have a distribution agreement and are working in partnership.
Pega Infinity adds new digital transformation tools for low-code app development, bot libraries and AI that can optimize apps and assist with marketing campaigns.
Microsoft's $7.5 billion blockbuster deal for GitHub is a sea change for the IT market, as an enterprise software bellwether with legacy baggage snaps up an open source DevOps darling.
The security vendor has added to its distie roster choosing the pan-European player to support growth ambitions
Former TalkTalk CEO says boards are still not asking the right cyber security questions, do not understand that they should be making cyber risk decisions, and are not communicating with engineers
The intersection of mobility, the IoT and cloud will be the driving forces behind wireless network deployments over the next few years
451 Research claims the complex IoT pricing models favoured by the hyperscale cloud giants are making life difficult for enterprise IT departments
Object storage maker Scality upgrades software-defined storage to give unified deployment, provisioning and management while cutting minimum nodes required to three
Druva will replace its Apollo product with the services of CloudRanger, following its acquisition of the AWS data protection vendor. Druva's Cloud Platform continues to evolve.
The latest global figures around software piracy levels have indicated the the downward trend in the UK has continued
Box is hoping to upgrade its workflow capabilities by adding the startup Progressly to its team, while also still partnering with IBM on a separate workflow product, called Relay.
The government will have a “fully functioning” customs declaration service by January 2019, HMRC CEO Jon Thompson told MPs
Scality Ring 7.4 file and object storage software takes aim at easing installation and ongoing management, and it adds a lower-cost three-server entry configuration.
Researchers from Kenna Security claim a Google Groups misconfiguration has exposed sensitive data for many organizations, but it is unclear just how widespread the issue might be.
The proposal would require companies to apply for a trustmark so they know from the outset how their AI is expected to behave
Nexsan archiving appliances add hybrid cloud capability to AWS and Azure cloud for unstructured data, targeting users that want to retain files on-site with cloud access
Public cloud provider Skytap highlights the toll skills gaps take on cloud migrations
The chief information security officer of Just Eat has challenged the perception that all cyber attacks are sophisticated and that it is impossible to fill cyber security jobs
SAP’s chief executive Bill McDermott tells 2018 Sapphire conference the supplier will storm the CRM market with its C/4 Hana business applications suite
New council will develop standards and guidelines to address ethical issues arising from the growing use of artificial intelligence
It has been just over four months since she was handed the chance to run the Advanced Solutions business across Europe and the focus is on next generation opportunities
Mobile operator outlines plans to test its 5G network within London’s Tech City startup hub, as its push to become the UK’s first to market with the technology gathers pace
The distributor is looking to gain more of a foothold in the market and is coming with a different message for resellers
Only if people understand why cyber security matters will they change their behaviours as a result of awareness training, according to a human behaviour specialist and cyber security consultant
The country’s tech sector continues to blossom and has significantly increased the export of both services and goods in recent years
At Sapphire Now in Orlando, SAP unveiled its customer experience suite with the aim to better compete in the CRM market and provide a modern, 360-degree view of the customer.
The digital future is bright, but only if society works through a gear change in its relationship with technology, and demands products and services that are secure and private by design, says internet service pioneer
Innovation centre says partnership will bring down some of the barriers to entry that startups often face in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning
Nearly 40 technology projects and changes are being put on the backburner because of Brexit priorities, including improving HM Revenue and Customs’ data-sharing capabilities and parts of the Maxing Tax Digital programme
The newly released version of Apstra AOS includes EVPN configuration. The latest feature in the intent-based OS reduces the manual labor behind network segmentation.
The right to be forgotten will be impossible in backups and snapshots, but systems can be built that automate for compliance, says Andy Barratt of security consultancy Coalfire
The FCA will look at whether TSB carried out sufficient regression and user acceptance testing before migrating to a new IT platform
A new Logitech video conferencing kit offers advanced features at a relatively affordable price. Logitech also previewed automatic framing software that's planned for later in the year.
Microsoft's ongoing détente with the open source community advances with a deal to purchase GitHub, the world's largest open source code repository.
Microsoft is stepping up its research into the feasibility of using underwater datacentres to deliver low-latency cloud services to homes and businesses across the world
An online outcry about Microsoft's GitHub acquisition seems overblown to enterprise DevOps pros, but that doesn't mean there's no cause for concerns.
Arista has launched its first switches with the Barefoot Tofino programmable chip. The latest hardware is designed to replace some network appliances and routers.
A rumored security feature, USB Restricted Mode, is making its premiere in Apple's iOS 12 and will protect users from brute-force passcode attacks by thieves and law enforcement alike.
The cloud-based CRM suite could find takers, but it may not be enticing enough for Salesforce.com CRM customers that also run SAP’s ERP software to make the switch
Businesses are still not getting the basics right and they are not learning from past security incidents, according to world-renowned security blogger and trainer
Technology Business Council creates a European arm to help CIOs get the best value and efficiency from their IT assets
A unified offering should make it easier for partners to sell across more of the vendor's portfolio
5G mobile technology looks set to transform the UK economy for the better, but the immaturity of the technology and lack of standards makes its true impact harder to judge, according to a report by Deloitte
The Great Exhibition of the North will see Mosley Street in Newcastle upon Tyne transformed into Britain’s smartest street as part of a demonstration of IoT technology
The annual security industry gathering at Olympia involved plenty of vendors promoting their abilities to support managed service players
Cyber attacks by nation states used to be a small part of the problem for state authorities to address, but now all organisations are potential targets of nation state attacks, according to former GCHQ head
IT leaders have seen their budgets and headcounts rise for the first time in 10 years, but face challenges implementing their digital strategies
Many organisations are still focusing only on technology and compliance, which means their cyber defences are not as solid as they think, according to Domino’s Pizza chief information security officer
Published eight years after the programme began, the business case states that Universal Credit will generate £8bn a year in “economic value” once it is in a “steady state”
Four IT practitioners at the 2018 MIT Sloan CIO Symposium said edge computing, real-time analysis and Lambda architecture help them in managing large data sets.
A migration can cost millions, but Oracle believes its new automation and integration tools can significantly reduce the cost of ERP system migrations to the cloud.
Avaya has refreshed Avaya Equinox with online team collaboration and has integrated the software into IP Office. The changes are part of Avaya's strategy to attract more SMBs.
Artificial Christmas tree manufacturer Balsam Brands uses Hybris to expand internationally, allowing for dynamic pricing and product catalogs, depending on the country.
Old-school companies must find ways to generate digital revenue. Researchers at MIT Sloan laid out six questions that will help companies refine their digital business models.
CIOs, get ready for C-suite 3.0, where corporate chiefs will have to break out of their silos to future-proof the enterprise.
Hitachi updates Unified Compute Platform (UCP) portfolio with new NVMe-based Intel Optane caching option and technology from partners VMware and Cisco.
By reporting cyber crimes, private enterprise can help improve national and international cyber defences and bring criminals to justice, according to an expert panel
The firm made three big acquisitions over the course of the last 18 months and has indicated it could spend again to strengthen its portfolio
Patterson’s resignation comes just weeks after he announced 13,000 redundancies across BT
Penlon replaces HPE servers and storage and VMware virtualisation to escape the high costs of licensing, and deploys Scale Computing hyper-converged appliances at two UK datacentres
The quest for growth means the channel never sleeps and talent is always in demand leading to another busy few days of personnel moves
British technology businesses have received £5bn worth of venture capital funding since June 2016 – more than France, Germany and Sweden put together – with fintech and AI startups standing out
Companies in the Williams Group – the Formula One racing operation Williams Grand Prix Engineering and its high-growth sister operation Williams Advanced Engineering – are investing with mobile security front-of-mind to enable more agile working practices within 12 months
Research from ConnectWise has added to the growing weight of evidence that has highlighted the need for MSPs to provide more than they currently deliver
The software vendor is aware that if it wants to attract enterprise level developers it will have to work with partners
Police are investigating phone phishing attacks targeted against Parliament. Staff warned not to disclose details of their computers to fraudulent callers.
News roundup: Apple wants to protect its users from Facebook web tracking with the next version of Safari. Plus, genealogy website MyHeritage suffers data breach, and more.
LiveAction plans to combine its software for network performance management with Savvius' packet monitoring technology to deliver both in a single product.
SAP debuts its Salesforce challenger, C/4HANA, at Sapphire Now 2018. But users probably won't implement it soon, and questions remain about SAP's ability to redefine the CRM market.
Puppet plans to add data visualization and analysis to spruce up its DevOps tools now that it has acquired Reflect, but it's still playing catch-up in a crowded, noisy market.
Burwood Group, a Chicago-based consulting and managed services firm, launched a cloud management services offering that uses HyperGrid technology; other news from the week.
What AI and machine learning mean for the future of work prompts vigorous debate and gloomy headlines -- but MIT researchers see brighter, more collaborative prospects.
Data from connected devices can lead to a less service equals more approach to field service management, but some industries are still wary about achieving a return on investment.
Microsoft has been quickly building out the capabilities of the Microsoft Teams mobile app, but businesses could find it clunky to use in conjunction with Skype for Business.
Databricks' new products take aim at simplifying machine learning integration -- something that has become increasingly difficult, as the number of tools has multiplied.
Google continues its quest to be a more enterprise-friendly cloud, as it adds VMs with isolated hardware that could help companies with specific legacy requirements.
The U.S. government added four new charges against Marcus Hutchins in the MalwareTech indictment, but questions have surfaced about the legal standing of the new charges.