Through its Hana Data Management Suite, SAP hopes to alleviate the challenges of managing data amid growing data security needs in an increasingly hybrid IT landscape
Apple has rejected claims by a security researcher that he was able to bypass the iPhone defences against brute force passcode hacks
The UK Space Agency is giving £4m to innovators working to adapt space technology to improve medical treatment and care in the NHS
A report commissioned by independent network builders’ body Inca has warned that current approaches to how spectrum is apportioned are leaving vast amounts unused, and this needs to change
The Crown Commercial Service has cancelled a tender for an element of the Crown Marketplace, but insists the programme continues as the organisation has made “important decisions” to clarify scope and focus
Information security professionals are more likely to trust a product or company tested by hackers and most would respond to security reports from this community, a survey has revealed
A shortage of power availability in Amsterdam might make businesses look elsewhere in the Netherlands to site datacentres
Openreach commits to rolling out Gfast broadband services to 59 new locations in the next phase of its ultrafast deployment plan
UK-based privacy groups have joined calls for a halt to the collection of communications data by European Union member states
The training specialist has been given government funding to help get more people trained up in cyber security
The governments of the Nordic and Baltic region want to work closer together to further increase the status of artificial intelligence in business and society
Recent first-quarter results by the VM-aware storage pioneer throw light on a fragile financial situation that needs new funds or a buyer to avoid bankruptcy by the end of June
Following recommendations from the Industrial Digitisation review, the EPSRC is funding AI and process automation projects
LinkedIn is releasing an analytics platform at the end of the third quarter. The platform will allow users to quickly compare themselves to other firms.
Hortonworks users talk about building Hadoop data lakes to support new applications -- and the challenges their teams face on ingesting and refining data for end users.
Barclays Bank reveals details of its plans to go all-in on the AWS public cloud through adopting the principles of DevOps
Vexata claims about two dozen customers are using its all-flash NVMe VX storage arrays. Vendor says the product upgrade targets growing need for fast storage in cognitive computing.
Security researchers found tens of thousands of container orchestration systems accessible via the web, which in itself puts those dashboards at risk of attack.
The dean of a prominent population health college discussed a new professorship at the school, thanks to an unusual endowment from a commercial health IT vendor.
The government-funded London cyber innovation centre is set to open today and welcome the first cyber security businesses as a study reveals that a quarter of UK firms lack the right security technology
The country’s talent development and funding schemes have brought the benefits of big data to many organisations, but the quality and volume of its analytics talent can be improved
Virgin Media parent enlists Cisco in a bid to transform its customer service experience across Europe
Maintaining access to data stuck in legacy systems is costly and limits IT’s ability to work on digital transformation initiatives
Work has begun on establishing a set of data standards to enable private healthcare patients’ data to be shared with the NHS
Microsoft is introducing two new datacentre regions in Norway and is targeting the oil and gas industry with its Azure services
Automobile manufacturer Volkswagen is running its next Startup Battlefield programme, building on the success of its 2017 Portuguese accelerator
IT service providers serving organisations in Norway have received a timely reminder about their security obligations.
The hospitality industry, including hotels, airlines and cruise lines, is the biggest target for cyber criminal botnet attacks that abuse credentials and overwhelm online systems, a report reveals
The distributor is putting the focus on ensuring it can deliver service opportunities for security resellers
Machine learning has a great potential to drive the automation of some security tasks to free up information security professionals to do more strategic work, says High-Tech Bridge founder
Muzaffar Abdullah is challenging police use of intelligence databases to repeatedly stop and question Muslims, after being arrested for refusing to answer questions under Schedule 7 of the Terrorism Act 2000. His lawyers say he had been stopped at least 10 times before and the police should have known he had no connection to terrorism
Both vendors have launched programmes that will help their channel partners increase sales in the mid-market customer segment
By layering Infinera technology over its existing network, SSE Enterprise Telecoms plans to deliver what it refers to as a ‘dark fibre-like’ access product for communications services providers
GDS boss Kevin Cunnington offers departments help with Brexit and says GDS is working to solve the “hardest problems”, as well as mapping innovation across government
LogMeIn has added instant messaging and automated transcription to the GoToMeeting client. The new features bring the platform more in line with rivals Zoom and Cisco Webex.
Latest WPA3 security protocol update adds new features to the Wi-Fi access specification for simple and secure wireless access for individuals, as well as enterprises.
Two organizations seek to improve patient identity management. A cybersecurity firm published a study on PHI sold on the dark web. And the FDA permitted the marketing of an AI algorithm for wrist-fracture detection.
Tempered Networks has extended the reach of its network access control technology. The company has introduced NAC software for IoT, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure.
Ping Identity increased its focus on API security with the acquisition of Elastic Beam, a startup that uses artificial intelligence to apply behavioral security on enterprise APIs.
Google Cloud Filestore may be the last piece of the puzzle for the vendor's storage services, but like its competitors' file offerings, it's far from a finished product.
Despite the lack of a global internet of things security standard, existing security frameworks are on the same page in areas such as device upgradability and data stewardship
Not-for-profit TeenTech announces the winners of its annual awards that showcase students who have used technology to solve real-world problems
Digital secretary Matt Hancock highlights the importance of emerging technologies to the future of the UK at the opening of London’s cyber security innovation centre
HSBC has put its first humanoid member of staff into a branch role in New York City
Giving employees access to the latest technologies will improve their satisfaction and increase productivity, survey shows
Borough-wide FTTP broadband roll-out could address up to 100,000 homes and businesses in North London
Illicit cryptocurrency mining offers cyber criminals lower risk, higher efficacy and greater ease of making money, adding passive exploitation to ransomware extortion, data breach theft and fraud, a report reveals
A report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Smart Cities says many people feel alienated by the concept, and calls on the government to challenge some popular misconceptions
While Brexit is seen as the biggest risk to the stability of the UK financial system, cyber attack is the most difficult risk to manage for over half of firms
With the technology shifting to the cloud and the days of expensive PBX boxes coming to an end the opportunities for the IT channel are expanding
Archive will enable people to read up on a 10-year project developed by the BBC in the 1980s
New London cyber security innovation centre will help to boost exports of UK cyber security expertise, says former GCHQ director
The hyper converged player has stepped up the support it can offer to managed service providers
With an available fund of £50m, Nationwide Building Society is the latest traditional financial services provider to support tech startups
A new side-channel attack on Intel chips, named TLBleed, can extract signing keys. But the researcher who discovered it said users shouldn't worry, because it's not the next Spectre.
It's nothing new, but SAP HANA Data Management Suite could simplify the vendor's data management portfolio. SAP also embeds cloud analytics into S/4HANA Cloud.
Qumulo introduces the K-144T archive appliance to complement its scale-out NAS systems. The K-Series starts with six nodes, and customers can scale storage in 144 TB increments.
NoSQL vendor MongoDB upgraded its database software with ACID support, while also releasing a serverless platform intended to simplify application development.
Italian restaurant chain PizzaExpress has launched an augmented reality football game for customers to play during meals
Australian scientists have simulated the power of quantum computing on classical computers to solve a mathematical problem, paving the way for future breakthroughs in the nascent field
Ticketmaster has warned of a potential data breach through malware found in a third-party customer support service, underlining the importance of supply chain security
Yorkshire and Humber and Thames Valley have been chosen by NHS England to join the three other care record exemplars, each receiving up to £7.5m to speed up delivery of integrated health and care
A large number of young people who identify as LGBTUA+ have avoided choosing a career in science, technology, engineering and maths because of discrimination fears
The world of IT is now much more multi-platform and the underlying architecture is cloud-native, according to a new survey from Cloud Foundry
HM Revenue and Customs has reduced “some risks” in its customs declaration service’s readiness for Brexit, but the tight timetable remains a “major challenge”, says National Audit Office
UK-based startup DADI is taking on the hyperscale giants in a bid to “democratise” the cloud and create an internet that is majority owned by the public
Google is making a concerted effort to win over the media and entertainment industry with its cloud offerings by pairing the opening of a new datacentre region with services tailored towards Hollywood creatives
The first companies to benefit from the new London cyber innovation centre will focus on cyber security orchestration and automation
A traffic control system being developed by Siemens and TfL will propel traffic management into the era of the internet of things
This week's news roundup includes an HR tool designed just for hourly workers, a new offering from Limeade to help with talent retention and a new cloud-based benefits platform.
Deal will bring high-performance computing to four universities to drive research across various sectors
Legacy security products are coming under more scrutiny and one of those keen to grab the business with its channel is CrowdStrike
Looking for an IAM engineer? They may be right under your nose. But training existing or external candidates involves a lot more than just understanding the tech.
Fast-evolving tech trends like machine learning and cloud storage management will have big roles in BI in the coming years, especially with the dominance of cloud computing, experts say.
Juniper has added to the EX series a core aggregation switch for companies that need less scale than the EX9000. The compact EX4650 campus switch supports the EVPN and VXLAN protocols
VMware Kubernetes Engine is the latest service from vendors that want to jump into the container business, and it's another signal of VMware's changing take on cloud.
The EFF's new STARTTLS Everywhere initiative aims to secure email as it transits the internet between mail servers to prevent mass surveillance, as well as email spoofing.
California State University's first chief data officer talks about why transformational leadership is needed now more than ever.
By integrating with Google, IBM and Microsoft, Box is bringing AI capabilities to its platform, but it still won't be enough to steal Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive customers.
At Identiverse 2018, speakers and attendees expect a rise in two-factor authentication, as the single sign-on user password authentication falls out of favor.
The recent Evolve Technology Conference's Outlier Award program revealed varied takes on IT management philosophy and approaches to the CIO position.
Not every enterprise IT shop is ready to take the AIOps plunge, but IT ops automation is increasingly data-driven -- even at mainstream companies.
Muzaffar Abdullah, a 37-year-old gas engineer who has been stopped and questioned by police at airports at least 10 times, is considering an appeal after being found guilty of wilful obstruction for refusing to answer questions under controversial terrorism legislation. He received a conditional discharge.
The long-awaited government biometrics strategy falls short of the mark, say critics, failing to provide a detailed and coherent strategy or governance framework
Partnership with IBM aims to bolster cyber security responses and defences, including expanding NHS Digital’s Cyber Security and Operations Centre
Network builder Openreach adds Exeter to its Fibre First FTTP broadband roll-out
Embracing technology remains one of the biggest challenges facing UK police forces, according to policing minister Nick Hurd
The managed services specialist has spent millions to acquire Atos contracts
In an appearance before the Public Accounts Committee, Home Office permanent secretary Philip Rutnam defended the progress of the ESN project review
Tech capabilities are certainly important, but expert panelists at LiveWorx 2018 explained why overall business needs can't be ignored when crafting enterprise digital strategy.
Formula One plans to use advanced analytics to improve the data it can show to motor racing fans
In the month since the GDPR compliance deadline, it has become clear that many organisations are not well prepared for personal data breach notifications, says PwC’s data protection lead
The information security community has welcomed the publication of the government’s minimum cyber security standard, which could be used by any organisation to improve its cyber defences
With new Have I Been Pwned integration, Firefox and 1Password users will be able to learn if their email addresses have been compromised in any known data breaches.
Harvard's Linda Hill tells IT execs at LiveWorx that in order to be leaders of innovation they need to champion three things. One of them is 'creative abrasion.'
A data science development pipeline is critical for digital business. But the sequence of the pipeline must be monitored closely to ensure the output reflects the business goal.
Online retail giant Amazon has launched a pack of resources to its UK employees to help make the workplace a more inclusive environment for transgender people
In May, UC and collaboration exec Rowan Trollope left Cisco for a nimbler Five9. As CEO of the contact center vendor, he promises to be more product-focused than his predecessor.
McAfee's new 'Blockchain Threat Report' charts a dramatic rise in cryptomining malware and details four major attack vectors for cryptocurrency-related threats.
Slack outages are becoming frequent enough to make some analysts wonder whether companies would trust the collaboration startup for business-critical communications.
Rival certificate authorities GlobalSign and Comodo CA have strengthened their presence in the IoT security market with new platforms for connected devices.
High-performance computing specialist DataDirect Networks spruced up its ExaScaler SFA-based flagship with nonvolatile memory express flash, and it bought Lustre from Intel.
News roundup: Upcoming WebAssembly updates may undo the Meltdown and Spectre mitigations. Plus, FireEye denied claims it 'hacked back' China, and more.
Ribbon Communications' acquisition of Edgewater Networks is expected to add analytics, security and service-assurance capabilities to Ribbon's UC portfolio.
Database DevOps is no longer a contradiction in terms, as enterprises roll out database management and persistent storage software that makes stateful apps more flexible.
Experts said the Exactis leak needs to be treated as a learning moment for defining identity online after the marketing firm exposed data on 230 million adults and 110 million businesses.
Channel partnership strategy: Scale Computing and Nutanix have launched partner programs in the hyper-converged solutions market; other news from the week.
Intuit's latest AI project -- a digital financial assistant -- could help its customers save money, while breaking new technology ground.