Digital transformation in Australia’s public sector has been beset by soaring rhetoric and vague aspirations by government, a new report reveals
Private healthcare service provider Fullerton Health is moving business applications to Microsoft’s cloud services before rolling out data analytics and artificial intelligence to enhance operations and patient care
HM Revenue & Customs has removed more than 20,000 malicious websites in the past year, but warns people to stay alert to the threat from online fraudsters
The Finnish tech sector could benefit form better access to funds as the government prepares to increase spending on research and development
French transportation conglomerate will use Alibaba cloud, and Alibaba will look at using Bolloré's battery technology in its datacentres
DWP has made several digital strides, including developing AI to track organised benefits fraud, moved more than 100 digital products to “new hosting arrangements” and made savings on technology contracts, according to its annual report
No time for applying the sun cream and firing up the BBQ for those working in personnel departments in the channel
King’s College London report says government should explore value of big data, and calls for London ambulance services to partner with TfL to navigate traffic ‘more intelligently’
Cryptojacking is increasingly being used by cyber criminals to raise funds, Watchguard report reveals
Software giant Oracle chooses Brussels as the centre of its European financial technology innovation programme
Qatar-based logistics firm Gulf Warehousing Company introduced smart appraisals for employees, cut the time it takes to recruit, and gave staff and managers access to accurate HR data by replacing paper systems with human resources software
At the Real Business Intelligence conference, Airbnb and Univision execs presented some of the BI strategies their organizations use to help drive growth and cut costs.
IBM has signed up a number of new customers for its European cloud, focusing on the platform and software services in the IBM public cloud
Driven by the need to offer new services, as well as meet industry regulations, UK financial services firms are increasing spending on IT
Distributed ledger technology trialled in cattle slaughterhouse to improve transparency across the food supply chain
Growth in the customer experience market means that those providing the tools for banks and utilities to communicate with users are experiencing healthy market conditions
The 10th iteration of G-Cloud is now live, with more than 3,500 suppliers awarded a place on the procurement framework
Computer Weekly's annual salary survey aims to reveal IT professionals' attitudes to employment and training
The US federal probe into Facebook’s data sharing practices is expanding and MEPs are considering new measures as the firm reveals it granted extended access to 61 companies and admits to another data sharing software bug
The government has published its official, supportive response to the House of Lords select committee report on artificial intelligence, published earlier this year
Three startups shortlisted to join ConstrucTech accelerator to work on innovative technologies to reduce project delays and overspend
The NHS has inadvertently shared the confidential data of 150,000 patients over a three-year period due to a coding error in one of the most common GP IT systems
Indian IT services firm boosts its European car industry credentials though multi-million Euro investment
UKFast has created a chief technology officer role to ensure it can continue to automate more processes across its business
House of Commons Select Committee for Exiting the European Union urges the government to start the process to secure a “Data Adequacy Decision” from the EU pronto
In a complex stock deal Dell once again becomes a public company to flex its muscles against major legacy IT rivals, but sidesteps questions about VMware's autonomy.
Vodafone said it has finished successfully testing the open source Facebook Voyager transponder on a live network in Spain.
Teradata sued SAP, claiming HANA was developed through thievery. But do the claims have merit? Or, is it a case of sour grapes due to loss of market share to a competing technology?
The RAMpage attack against the Rowhammer vulnerability in Android devices is theoretically possible, but it may be more academic than it is a practical concern, one expert said.
Alibaba Cloud is working closely with local customers in joint innovation projects, and has started to launch new services for Chinese and international customers simultaneously to narrow the service gap
SMC Nutrition is using a blockchain distributed ledger developed by a Singapore-based company to gain visibility across its supply chain and ensure food security
Israel has accused Hamas of using apps to hijack soldiers’ phones to spy on them, and UK defence secretary demonstrates how effective that could be
Clevermed, a supplier of maternity and neonatal care record software to the NHS, reveals how users are benefiting after it switched to the new Health and Social Care Network
European Banking Authority highlights the risks of banks taking up fintech too quickly, and of ignoring it
A couple of months after it got private investment backing the distributor has outlined its future strategy
Research from the distributor and Microsoft exposes the struggles that IT directors are facing trying to satisfy staff demands for flexibility
Separate tests in Romania and the UK have been demonstrating the potential of fixed wireless access as a component of 5G
Lack of access to reliable broadband and mobile networks threatens rural livelihoods after Brexit, according to a Local Government Association report
As hyper-converged system revenues get set to overtake those of converged systems, Dell/VMware and Nutanix are dominating the market for combined server and storage nodes
None of the 29 government IT projects are given the lowest “red” ranking, but seven projects are rated as “amber/red”, including the Home Office digital borders programme and the NHS e-referral service, meaning successful delivery is in doubt
Using acoustic sensors and nanosatellite connectivity, two Australian startups hope to identify potential turbine problems before they occur to secure the country’s wind energy
The networking vendor has won a victory against two directors of Manchester-based Gen-X
Managed service specialist builds on acquisition of SEC-1 last year with latest purchase to give more depth to its security proposition
The declaration, which sets out five “principles of internet-age local public services”, is backed by £7.5m in government funding to help councils transform services
Companies need to ensure that rushed blockchain and other new technology projects are not introducing security vulnerabilities by gaining granular visibility of network activity, according to RSA Security
The UK and France will share expertise on AI and research, work together to improve digital services and collaborate to develop tech talent
Tech leads the way as UK shows 5% growth in startups across all industries
Government has partnered with industry to deliver a Construction Sector Deal, which includes a joint £420m investment for “bytes and mortar smart construction”
As the government continues to consult on extending the IR35 reforms to the private sector, research suggests contractors will not take kindly to the move
Telecoms regulator has set out a wide-ranging plan covering the roll-out of fixed wireless access networks in the UK to support national connectivity and other uses
The former Cisco exec hopes to use Quantum's high-ingest technology and tape storage to serve a growing need in the surveillance, medical and entertainment markets.
Cloud Daddy's Secure Backup offers five levels of protection. The new company has jumped into a growing and necessary market of AWS data backup, recovery and security.
MapR Technologies adds policy-based tiering to its Data Platform to automatically move data across performance, capacity and archive storage on premises and in cloud.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise has launched a 2U SimpliVity HCI product for virtual desktops. The condensed compute and storage system will later be offered for IoT applications.
A healthcare firm doesn't take full advantage of Cohesity secondary storage capabilities, but finds its backup and recovery features simpler and faster.
Bosch and Singapore Polytechnic have set up two learning labs to train students on the use of the internet of things in advanced manufacturing
Digital transformation might be the aim but getting there is not proving to be easy and that should spell a major opportunity for the channel
UK financial services regulators get tough on banks over their ability to recover from IT outages
New payments regulations could increase the amount of times customers will need to use two-factor authentication to make a purchase, potentially putting a strain on customer experience, according to MasterCard
The Privacy Shield framework that replaced the Safe Harbour agreement for personal data transfers between the EU and the US is under increased pressure due to alleged non-compliance by US firms
The ICO is inviting a second round of applications for funding to promote and support independent, innovative research and solutions focused on privacy and data protection
HPE has complemented its recent high-end hyper-converged system with another HCI system to fit the space-constrained environments of branch offices or SMBs.
The digital revolution in banking is set to create previously unknown jobs, and HSBC has outlined three of the job roles that will be created in the future
The Nordic tech startup scene is attracting funding from a variety of sources, with private equity firms, banks and traditional IT companies all keen to put money in
Technology skills and education provider CNet Training is calling on the datacentre community to help inform its research into what is behind the sector's skill shortages
The information security community has welcomed regulators’ call on the banking industry to demonstrate their capability to respond to cyber attacks because it highlights the importance of cyber resilience for all businesses
Public is aiming to drive innovative services in the public sector by selecting its next startup accelerator cohort
News roundup: Academic researchers discover Android apps secretly recording and sharing video of users' screens. Plus, an NSO Group employee lands in hot water, and more.
Cisco, Samsung and French carrier Orange have completed a successful 5G trial. The companies' fixed wireless network delivered HD video to homes and provided IoT services.
While value-based care efforts can be hard to implement and aging technology services don't always support them, these efforts are gaining a foothold and saving money.
Unitrends revised its channel partner program, adding new tiers and benefits for its legacy partners, as well as incentives for Kaseya MSP partners to join; other news from the week.