NTT had the biggest market share in Asia-Pacific, while Equinix ranked third in the region during the first quarter of 2018, according to market research data
Experts have used the TechXLR8 conference at London Tech Week to offer advice to startup workers about pitching to investors, joining accelerators and building teams
Rackspace identifies the key role that the channel can play in helping customers through the cloud migration process
Singapore’s DBS Bank is using artificial intelligence to automate parts of its recruitment process
Backup software and appliance specialist adds protection to apps in Amazon cloud to existing on-premise and cloud-to-cloud functionality, along with service provider features
The latest malware threat based on the EternalRomance NSA exploit is PyRoMineIoT, a cryptojacker infecting IoT devices. But experts said the NSA shouldn't be held responsible for the damages.
The founder of an Estonian recruitment platform tells Computer Weekly about how Estonia addresses its IT skills shortage
The number of girls taking computing subjects at GCSE or equivalent level is significantly less than when the curriculum was introduced in 2014
Hortonworks now supports Google Cloud Storage and has also broadened cloud deals with Microsoft and IBM, aiming to increase cloud uses of its big data platform.
The prime minister promises to increase NHS funding by an extra £20bn a year by 2023, and highlights importance of tech in improving care and enabling earlier diagnosis
Russian attackers allegedly scanned IP phones in the city-state for vulnerabilities, although it was unclear what they were after or whether they were successful
Latest quarterly tracker by Synergy Research highlights just how the ODM community now dominates the public cloud giant's datacentre investments
A majority of MPs are concerned about the cyber threat to critical national infrastructure, a survey has revealed
Derbyshire-based NHS trust had reached end-of-life with Dell servers and EMC SAN, so it took the plunge with Nutanix hyper-converged to reap space, power and reliability gains
As Ofcom starts the process of finding a provider willing to step up to manage the government’s 10Mbps broadband universal service obligation, the project has been derided by network builders and stakeholders alike
Tech firms offering banking services will be inevitable in the future as more than half of young people are tempted by such a prospect
The surface web plays an integral role in the selling of personal information, a report on identify fraud has revealed
Visa has offered a retrospective analysis of what went wrong in its datacentre during its UK-wide outage on Friday 1 June, in response to a request from the Treasury Select Committee for more detail about the downtime
With the business now a fully functioning part of Ingram Micro the managing director has opted to leave the services specialist
Clinicians and groups like AARP view in-home digital technology as the future of healthcare and are studying different technologies to assist patients in the home.
HPE has made life easier for partners with a pre-packaged approach that will speed up quote times and make life easier for those trying to sell some of the vendor's most popular technologies
A number of technology organisations have joined forces to develop an initiative that aims to increase the number of women and black, Asian and minority ethnic startup founders in the UK
For the first time, UK customers used debit cards to make more payments than cash in 2017, a change which has come a year earlier than expected.
HPE GreenLake Flex Capacity is a central piece of the HPE Partner Ready channel strategy and a plan for capturing the anticipated growth of the consumption-based procurement.
AI technology may help HR reduce workplace bias, according to Johnny Taylor, president and CEO of the Society for Human Resource Management, an HR organization that has 300,000 members.
Aruba has introduced a software-defined branch offering. The product works with Aruba ClearPass and Central for management and includes an SD-WAN within a gateway appliance.
The Summer '18 release of Jitterbit's Harmony iPaaS platform adds API management and over 500 self-service recipes for easy SaaS-to-SaaS app integration.
Singapore was a victim of advanced persistent threats, phishing and website defacements in 2017, according to the latest threat landscape report by the Cyber Security Agency
Authors of the “Chief data officer’s playbook”, Caroline Carruthers and Peter Jackson, are running a summer school, supported by data governance software supplier Collibra
Nearly half of small businesses have suffered at least one cyber attack in the past year, yet most fail to take action afterwards, citing lack of budget at the biggest challenge
Experts in the Netherlands call on Dutch corporations and institutions to work together to help prevent distributed denial of service attacks
The adoption of blockchain technology is likely to increase in the consumer goods industry as more businesses use the technology to address fraud and improve supply chain management
On World Productivity Day Gartner has warned that any companies are not in a position to deliver the sort of flexibility that staff are looking for
Oracle’s full-year results for 2017-18 reveal total revenue of $39.8bn, up 6%, but reporting of cloud with on-premise revenue under “bring your own licence” policy has raised qualm over cloud weakness obfuscation
Robotic process automation take-up expected to reach 92% of European enterprises within two years, finds ISG survey
UK banks already have plans to move some of their operations to the EU, with the search for EU-based IT professionals under way
US NFL football team plans high-performance NVMe flash to power in-game statistics and video decision-making, plus access for scouts to player databases during draft
O2, Three and Vodafone unite in calling for more to be done to open up dark fibre networks to supply desperately needed capacity for their future 5G networks
MNO announces 5G trials in seven UK cities, with new mobile network infrastructure to be rolled out from October
New specialized products include TriNet software for professional services, QuickBooks payroll for contractors and a comprehensive benefits platform from Benefitfocus.
SwiftStack launches single namespace for its object and file storage to ease data access, migration, management and search across private and public clouds.
The Pentagon reportedly approved the use of offensive cyberattacks by the U.S. Cyber Command, and one expert said enterprises should be ready to handle the 'return fire.'
Data warehousing supplier Teradata is suing SAP in a Californian court for stealing trade secrets, copyright infringement and antitrust violations
Adobe brings its Document Cloud to Microsoft Office 365 and Dynamics 365, making it easier for licensees of both to quickly convert files into PDFs and into Acrobat.
The MSP industry has good prospects for growth in the SMB space as company valuations increase, but the firms with the greatest focus are more likely to reap the rewards.
IoT sensors can produce seemingly endless streams of data, so users must beware how much to send back to the cloud to avoid jaw-dropping monthly bills.
At the HPE Global Partner Summit 2018, the company described six short- and long-term market opportunities it plans to capitalize on with it partners.
Avaya updated its workforce optimization suite to include real-time speech analytics and automated agent evaluations, playing catch-up with vendors such as Cisco, Genesys and Five9.
Archive360's Archive2Azure previously supported file and message archiving. Now, users can archive Salesforce and healthcare data, among other elements, to the Azure cloud.
HPE's edge computing strategy hinges on converged infrastructure systems to help enterprises manage data outside their data centers and the cloud, and help the company regain market traction.
Swift has the potential to lead the way to easier implementation of mobile app machine learning. Discover new tools for creating AI models in Swift and their use cases.
Silver Peak SD-WAN now allows service chaining for Forcepoint, McAfee and Symantec security VNFs. Also, ONF targets four technologies to develop -- and four supply chain partners to help.
Aiming to help developers build and scale applications for multi-cloud environments, Seattle-based startup Pulumi has delivered a cloud development platform.
The first of its kind in Asia-Pacific, the cyber range training facility will let Australian IT and security teams hone their skills through cyber security exercises
UK senior decision makers believe younger workers are the biggest risk to cyber security, but are doing little to support them and reduce that risk, a report reveals
Mobile operator M1 and Huawei will be streaming virtual reality content in Singapore’s first 5G live trial in June
The retailer has indicated that headwinds in the mobile market and the electricals space have taken a toll on the financials
The intelligent automation specialist has rolled out a fresh partner portal as it looks to increase channel revenues
Business leaders say their human resource IT programmes are leading the way to the wider deployment of digital and cloud technology across their organisations
Lloyds Banking Group has axed 450 jobs to create 255 digital-focused roles as it adapts to changes in customer banking habits
The UK government has awarded a grant for the establishment of a cyber academy to promote neurodiversity in the industry
Five-year deal will bring together the services delivered by four different IT companies.
Russian oil giant will harness the latest technologies right across its business, says chief digital officer
The vendor has built on steps taken to make life easier for MSPs in the UK last month with a wider European programme
Most information security professionals expect a rise in nation state cyber attacks, with more than two-thirds preparing to defend against them
Cisco buys July Systems to add its cloud-based location services to Cisco's enterprise Wi-Fi platform. Also, Extreme and Ruckus launch improvements to their wireless LANs.
APIs have a toe-hold in the healthcare space today but that has to change, and quickly. Stan Huff, M.D., explains why open source has to be healthcare's future.
Intel confirms interim successor for Krzanich, who played a pivotal role in the company’s multi-year efforts to offset the declining demand for PC chips by courting the datacentre community
The councils will use the funding, awarded by NHS Digital and the Local Government Association, to pilot how technology can improve social care services
Toshiba designed a new single-ported 12 Gbps RM5 SAS SSD to replace slower 6 Gbps SATA SSDs in servers until faster NVMe-based PCIe SSDs are ready for wider market adoption.
Many developers recognize the benefits of app modularization. Historically, it's been difficult to begin the process, but now changes from Apple provide more opportunity.
Cisco HyperFlex 3.5 software adds native DR and cloud-based Intersight Storage Analytics. The all-flash hyper-converged systems integrate Nvidia GPUs and Intel Optane NVMe SSDs.
The DOJ has officially charged the accused CIA leaker, Joshua Schulte, with theft of government property and gathering national defense information in the Vault 7 case.
Managed network services provider MLL Telecom has been awarded the EastNet contract to run WAN services across Cambridgeshire, replacing a legacy Virgin Media Network
Report released by Treasury Committee criticises lack of rigour in preparation for core banking system migration, but TSB says report’s content is out of date
The open source specialist has indicated that as of the end of its first quarter three quarters of its services business is going through the channel
In the face of increasingly sophisticated and nation-state-sponsored cyber attacks, organisations are looking to managed security services and automation for security in the cloud and on-premise
By rebuilding immigration laws after it leaves the EU, the UK could make it easier for foreign workers to get visas and join startups, House of Lords committee hears
From trialling 5G networks at the recent Commonwealth Games to flying drones in surf sport lifesaving, Australia is becoming a test bed for 5G services with its dense cities and wide-open spaces
Public sector-focused cloud provider has launched a standalone division, dubbed UKCloudX, to oversee its efforts to aid in the fight against cybe rcrime through the roll-out of its cloud platform
UK cyber security skills are in demand and there is a bright future in exporting them, according to Dorset-based firm C3IA Solutions
The number of women taking IT contractor roles has increased by nearly a quarter in the past year
NVMe flash storage Vexata maker ups capacity to just under half a PB with 8TB drives, claims near-bare metal performance, and aims at analytics, trading and simulations workloads
An analysis of the first couple of months of Q2 from Context has indicated that the commercial customer base is continuing to spend on PCs
A Public Accounts Committee report has raised concerns that government departments are not doing enough, quickly enough, to understand how Brexit will affect the supply of science, technology, engineering and maths skills in the UK
IoT and autonomous systems expert Ella Hilal, a speaker at the upcoming Real Business Intelligence Conference, connects the dots between convenience and BI innovation.
Alexa for Hospitality will let hotels equip guest rooms with an AI voice assistant familiar to consumers. But Amazon will have to assuage concerns about privacy.
Datto partner companies got a slew of new data protection features, a cloud storage product beta and updates on business management software at the recent DattoCon event.
During his keynote presentation at LiveWorx 2018, PTC president and CEO, Jim Heppelmann, advocated the importance of IoT partnerships to the company's endeavors.
HPE has brought its memory-driven computing architecture back into the spotlight, this time with a little help from its friends to meet enterprises' future IT infrastructure needs.
The new Aruba SD-branch offering, unveiled at the HPE Discover conference, gives channel partners a way into the SD-WAN space, Aruba said; other news from the week.
ThousandEyes has launched cloud performance monitoring tools. The latest offering provides critical metrics for software running in multi-cloud environments.
News roundup: China-based Thrip hacking group used legitimate tools to attack companies in the U.S. and Southeast Asia. Plus, election officials didn't know about hacks, and more.
Sen. Ron Wyden got all major U.S. wireless carriers to promise not to sell mobile location data to third parties, but experts question the basic security practices in place.
How did Robert Herjavec, CEO of a global IT security firm and star of ABC's 'Shark Tank,' know cybersecurity was gaining traction? He started getting meetings with the C-suite.
Wireless reliability should be the main goal of WLAN vendors and institutions, one engineer writes. Also, how come networking didn't evolve the same way compute did?
Android and iOS mobile apps that use unprotected Firebase databases leaked over 100 million records that include PHI, financial records and authentication information.