CityFibre research commissioned to support its campaign for more clarity in broadband advertising appears to show widespread misunderstanding of what fibre is or what it means
The Data Protection Excellence network will assist organisations and individuals new to data protection laws by providing hands-on training and professional certification courses
Russian cyber attacks aimed at influencing foreign elections highlight the need for the international community to agree on rules of conduct and punitive consequences
Holidays are for wimps and those working in the HR departments across the channel never take a break with the appointments continuing to clock up
Datacentre company ITPS expands its County Durham facility to meet client needs for high performance computing and security
High profile attacks on the NHS and the activities of the channel educating customers has made an impact on ransomware attack figures
Rackspace now has a managed colocation program that it hopes to upsell its customers with additional services, once their servers are in-house.
The University of Notre Dame has moved 80% of its academic and administrative data to the AWS cloud, and relies on N2WS' Cloud Protection Manager to back up and protect it.
Azure Virtual WAN is Microsoft's bid to play in the emerging SD-WAN space, as it seeks to solve users' networking problems while it adds new customers.
Elastifile's new CEO plans to increase the company's focus on filling a 'huge missing piece' of enterprise file storage for public clouds and sees more customers shifting away from on-site deployments.
The chief data officer role is about many things -- regulations, innovation, AI and more. Consultant Randy Bean discussed the matter ahead of an MIT symposium on the topic.
The security risk of lost mobile devices is underlined by the fact that almost 26,000 mobile phones and computing devices were lost in London in the past year alone
The 280km journey in Western Australia was made under Rio Tinto’s autonomous train programme aimed at improving the productivity and safety of workers
Hosting company UKFast offers its own private and public cloud services alongside Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure support
If the government keeps to its artificial intelligence sector deal, the number of new jobs created through the use of AI and automation will balance the job losses
Social enterprise partners with BT to offer more women the opportunity to learn tech skills
Network services provider Kcom will supply broadband connectivity over the Health and Social Care Network to 10 health organisations in the north-east of England
Marketing agency deploys Ctera cloud-attached NAS for 10,000 employees to simplify IT infrastructure, cutting server count and slashing software and hardware costs
Each year Computer Weekly recognises several great women from the IT industry and their lifetime achievements in its Most Influential Women in UK Tech Hall of Fame
The inflated cost of radio spectrum to support mobile network roll-out is harming the economic and social welfare of billions of the world’s poorest people, says the GSMA
Submit your vote for who you think deserves the title of most influential woman in UK technology 2018
Gartner has warned that two thirds of users do not have the in house staff able to deal with security issues as the ongoing skills crisis continues to hit firms globally
Around a third of organisations are vulnerable to cyber attacks due to a lack of dedicated in-house cyber security experts, finds Gartner survey
Illicit cryptocurrency mining appears to be slowing down, but backdoors increased rapidly in the second quarter of the year, a report warns
Saudi Arabia is offering fintechs from other countries the opportunity to access its large internal market
Firm known for hybrid and private cloud provision steps up efforts in the public space
Norwegian telco is growing its global reach through its internet of things business unit
The comms firm has been reviewing its go-to-market strategy for the past few months and concluded that a pan-international distributor would make a good addition to the partner roster
The newly created chief health informatics officer position for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services will focus on developing a health IT strategy for CMS.
Quantum sensing could replace GPS navigation, and cut the cost of major building projects. But industry needs to work with academia to prototype quantum technologies
An AWS switch -- reportedly possible in the next 18 months -- would not benefit the cloud provider's customers, experts said. Instead, AWS needs to offer better connectivity.
The indictment of Russian intelligence officers accused of hacking the DNC revealed a troubling timeline, including the X-Agent malware lurking on DNC systems for months.
Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud both added cloud application development tools that improve and simplify the process of creating apps that run on the respective platforms.
Harvard's Linda Hill explains what makes leaders of innovation successful, starting with realizing their primary role is as stage setter, not top-down visionary.
AWS Snowball portable data transfer devices gain EC2 functionality, as the public cloud vendor seeks more ways for customers to use these boxes in their private facilities.
New variants of the Spectre microprocessor bugs use buffer overflow-style attacks to run malicious code
Singapore’s Cyber Security Agency has partnered the Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Centre to glean cyber threat intelligence for the country’s financial industry
There is a high level of collaboration in the aircraft industry on cyber security, but not all other industries are at the same level, according to an industry veteran at multinational aerospace and defence firm Airbus
Financial services firms are attracted to Ireland as the UK prepares to leave the EU, leading to the creation of IT jobs in the Emerald Isle
Amazon’s Android was one of the operating systems mentioned by the European Commission as it imposed a record €4.34bn fine on Google
Professional services organisation Deloitte expands its UK efforts to encourage more women into cyber security to cover the EMEA area
Findings from Datto have indicated that there are several issues that MSPs are facing with sales and marketing and staffing two of the main problems
Cyber attacks on the retail sector are increasing, and although most retailers plan to increase cyber security spending, planned investments are unlikely to be effective, a report reveals
US retail giant Walmart has signed a five-year partnership with Microsoft, with the aim of speeding up its digital transformation
A campaign starting this week will start to highlight the need for Windows 7 users to make the move to the latest OS with the end of support deadline not that far away
In a change from forging security partnerships with SD-WAN vendors, Fortinet introduced FortiGate SD-WAN, which integrates SD-WAN into its FortiGate next-generation firewall appliance.
The NHS CDO will report directly to NHS Digital CEO Sarah Wilkinson, get paid up to £176,750 and be responsible for a budget of around £57m
The cloud delivery model has made it easier to combine unified communications and contact center technologies into a single platform, as evidenced by the release of the 8x8 X Series this week.
Micron and Intel plan to end their joint development of nonvolatile 3D XPoint memory next year, after finishing work on the second generation of the nonvolatile memory technology.
After Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff's call for a national data privacy law, Salesforce's chief privacy officer responds to questions about the Salesforce privacy stance.
As schools shift from textbooks to rich media, StorageCraft packages object storage with backup and recovery software in hard disk drives or all-flash appliances.
AI technology will improve the productivity of HR departments by eliminating many routine and transactional processes. But what will happen to the HR employees?
At Microsoft Inspire 2018, the software giant emphasized its industry focus and asked partners to develop solutions that build on its Microsoft Azure platform and other core offerings.
Aircraft unable to take off at airport following failure of an IT system at one of BA's suppliers, that even led to the temporary closure of the control tower
After successful trials in Romania, Orange begins testing 5G use cases in its home country
The Science and Technology Committee has released a report proposing new rules surrounding the immigration of skilled workers once Brexit has come into force
Uber is getting its privacy and data protection house in order in the wake of damaging data breaches and in anticipation of the company’s planned stock market launch in 2019
Splunk’s regional vice-president talks up the company’s business strategy and how its customers are using big data analytics in security and IT operations
Movement by vendors and pressure on demand in the professional desktop segment have produced a decline in Q1 according to Context
SAP’s second-quarter results show cloud revenue now at one-fifth of total, indicating momentum. S/4 Hana customers now number 8,900
Leading UK organisations in cyber security have united to develop a national professional body in the field
Online food marketplace Just Eat has announced it is on the lookout for talent to fill 150 technology roles, 80 of which have been recently created
Increased digital transformation and lower costs for criminals mean that denial of service attacks are going to rise and deserve the channel's attention
A consortium of firms has come together to develop a project involving technology and local government partnerships to promote digital inclusion for those who are not digitally capable
SolarWinds MSP believes channel partners targeting the managed services model can gain insight into their transition using a new benchmarking tool dubbed MSP Pulse.
Established IT security vendors add containers to their repertoire, and IT pros must decide between trusted platform integration and the latest features from startups.
Slack's acquisition of Missions will help users without coding knowledge take full advantage of its platform by making it easier to build custom Slack integrations and workflows.
The UK’s critical national infrastructure sector is being negatively impacted by the lack of cyber security skills, a report warns
UK police are warning businesses that cyber criminals are using fake domains to scam businesses out of hundreds of thousands of pounds
By consolidating more than 20 offerings into four repackaged product sets, Commvault moves to simplify the purchasing process and eliminate its architecture's 'features sprawl.'
A vendor admitted to compromising its election system security by installing remote access software on systems over the span of six years, but claims to have stopped the practice.
Big Switch plans to roll out software for creating virtual networks in AWS and a private cloud. The hybrid cloud technology takes advantage of AWS VPCs.
DataDirect Networks sees Tintri's analytics and flash capabilities as an entry point to the enterprise, but Tintri customers remain in the dark about their storage vendor's fate.
Researchers used individual test reports and comparison data to determine the value of investments in next-generation firewall technology.
Microsoft Inspire 2018: Channel partners are rolling out products and services to take advantage of Azure's market momentum and its status as a pivotal Microsoft platform.
AWS' AI tools have gained traction with users but also criticism from civil rights advocates. Matt Wood, an AWS deep learning and AI exec, discusses AWS' evolving portfolio.
Google is the first major public cloud provider to sell prepackaged apps for container orchestration clusters, but expect AWS and Azure to follow quickly with Kubernetes marketplaces of their own.
Chief data officers and experts see the CDO role as changing to a more strategic orientation -- especially finding key opportunities in vast troves of data.
Data analytics in government agencies lack organization, focusing on immediate problems instead of attacking underlying causes without a unified strategy or system.
Experts predict nontraditional skills will be essential for the cloud-enabled, next-generation IT workforce. To succeed, employee training and development will play a big role.
In his first speech as health secretary, Matt Hancock will continue to fly the flag for digital
A report has raised concerns about the shortcomings of Huawei engineering processes, which it says could put UK telecommunications networks at risk
Microsoft says cloud-based Office products made a huge contribution to sales growth
Public Accounts Committee says it’s difficult to see how the government’s “extremely challenging" £1.2bn project to overhaul courts through use of technology “will ever work"
The CEO of Microsoft has indicated that it is going to work with partners around the hybrid message as it moves into a fresh fiscal year
Cisco has extended its ongoing Country Digital Acceleration programme in the UK with a further $100m investment, part of which will go towards a new AI research centre
An Analysys Mason report commissioned by the Broadband Stakeholder Group has highlighted some of the challenges facing the deployment of 5G mobile networks in the UK
The UK’s privacy watchdog, the Information Commissioner’s Office, reports increased public awareness of privacy and information rights issues
Cambridge University under and postgraduates are now able to apply for a competition to win £10,000 and the chance to develop their tech ideas at the Bradfield Centre
Legal firms are a top target for cyber attackers, the latest report from the National Cyber Security Centre shows, emphasising the need for comprehensive cyber defence capabilities
Belgian capital is calling on startups as it eyes up the huge opportunities in the insurance technology sector
The distributor might not be closely associated with the AV market but it has revealed intentions to change that with a vendor and management appointment
The insider threat in European countries is falling post-General Data Protection Regulation, but continues to rise in the US, a study has revealed
At its annual Inspire conference, Microsoft said it will make investments in its vertical industry strategy in its 2019 fiscal year, which began July 1; other news from the week.
Experts at the Identiverse 2018 conference discussed how artificial intelligence and machine learning are poised to reshape the identity and access management market.
Delmar International has agreed to move its IT infrastructure to Rackspace managed services, representing a huge shift for Delmar's IT strategy and digital transformation plans.
A major data breach in Singapore underlines the need for a new approach to protecting critical data and applications, say security experts
Microsoft has added live broadcasting software to Microsoft Teams and Yammer through a new integration with Microsoft Stream.
Microsoft introduced its new Identity Bounty Program that offers up to $100,000 in rewards for reported vulnerabilities in its identity services, such as Azure Active Directory.
Cloud misconfigurations have reached a point where sensitive data can't be protected with manual control, says BetterCloud's David Politis. And part of the issue is too many admins.
SaaS activity management is becoming more important for infosec teams to combat issues of insider theft and unintentional exposure of sensitive data, BetterCloud's David Politis says.
News roundup: Critical Cisco vulnerabilities in Policy Suite products were patched this week. Plus, Venmo's API is set to public, exposing a trove of customer data, and more.
Salesforce continues piecing together its Marketing Cloud -- this time with the $800 million acquisition of Datorama, an AI marketing software company.
Startup Arrcus has launched a scalable network operating system aimed at all switching tasks in the leaf-spine network. The new ArcOS is a NOS alternative to Cisco and Juniper.
The latest release of WSO2's flagship integration platform aims to help enterprise developers build and implement microservices.