Most organisations still manage networks manually, despite the cost and time needed in doing so, primarily because the impact of breaking something is much higher
There may be some wacky predictions in Gartner's emerging trends hype cycle, but AI and even quantum computing need to be taken seriously right now
Local businesses in areas covered by the government’s superfast broadband roll-out are making more money than ever before, according to a report
The networking specialist is celebrating its 10th birthday and has seen plenty of changes in the networking market since it started in 2008
Google Deepmind has revealed details of how it is expanding its research into how artificial intelligence can help fine-tune datacentre cooling, and – in turn – help operators save even more on energy costs
A broken fibre-optic cable has taken Gatwick Airport’s flight information screens offline, with airport staff forced to use whiteboards to provide information to passengers
A digital industry group representing some of the world’s largest tech firms is opposed to proposed Australian laws aimed at compelling them to help security agencies and police
The industry group has found that the channel is facing some constraints in its mission to grow
The disruption to the jobs market caused by artificial intelligence will be far greater than that caused by industrialisation in Victorian times
Report calls for NHS trusts to work to abolish handwritten notes in hospitals to prevent loss of personal documents and to introduce a patient identity protocol
Sweden faces major challenges in resourcing its growing IT sector with the right talent
If more EMM platforms support more types of Android devices, IT departments and business users are set to benefit.
This is turning out to be a summer of reseller consolidation in the channel with another deal being struck
Product revamp sees firm launch OneXafe scale-out secondary and primary storage with ShadowXafe data protection software in backup appliance for physical and virtual environments
Box is set to reveal new AI and workflow automation tools to add to its cloud content services platform -- technology seen as key to the vendor's future.
Get up to speed on new NAND flash technologies, including Toshiba Memory's XL-Flash, startup Yangtze Memory's Xtacking, and SK Hynix's so-called 4D NAND.
Almost two-thirds of Malaysia’s financial services firms are developing a cloud strategy, but not all have a security plan in place
Microsoft has revealed it recently disrupted domains associated with a Russian cyber attack group believed to be targeting US political groups ahead of the midterm elections
Cloud managed services specialist Six Degrees has moved to add cyber security depth to its offering
Estonian businesses are trying to close the country’s IT skills gap by targeting UK IT professionals as part of a recruitment campaign
London Block Exchange taps up Rackspace to assist with two-month Microsoft Azure migration as it sets about shoring up its platform against demand spikes
Retail and finance remain the top cyber attack targets, but the second quarter also saw a spike in attacks against the manufacturing industry and an increase in remote desktop attacks, a report reveals
A GDS-commissioned report has found artificial intelligence and blockchain are the most popular among emerging technologies in government, but projects are often done in silos and departments risk “reinventing the wheel”
Two decades-old enterprise product upgraded with backups that can be set in three clicks, down from 30, plus instant VM workload recovery and capacity monitoring and planning
Dell EMC composes its MX composable infrastructure story around SAS storage sleds that slide into in a single 14th generation 7U PowerEdge chassis, with OpenManage software.
The new Cohesity SaaS app lets users view, manage and make changes to secondary data and applications across multiple clusters through a single dashboard.
More than $1m is lost to cyber crime every minute, a report reveals, underlining the increasing and significant threats businesses face online
A number of communities in the Highlands are using benefit funds established by a local windfarm provider to pay for full-fibre broadband services
HubSpot sales, marketing and service hubs get new features with Conversations, previewed last year and going live this month.
Demand from enterprise users meant that last month remained a positive one for those selling PC hardware
Cloud computing advancements have led some organizations to consider eliminating their data centers. Here are strategies to determine which applications are cloud-ready.
Veritas gives the grande dame of data protection a facelift, making NetBackup more intuitive and visually appealing to capture backup newbies, as well as the grizzled vets.
The island-nation will test the resilience of its critical infrastructure in November 2018, bringing together multiple agencies to protect assets of national significance
Microsoft’s software-as-a-service business is growing at 45% a year, well ahead of the rest of the market, reports Synergy Research Group
A framework for GP IT systems and services will replace the GP Systems of Choice (GPSoC) contract and aims to make procurement easier for suppliers and primary care providers
Online gaming firm is moving its massive big data analytics store off-premise and into the Google Cloud Platform
Superdrug has warned online customers it believes may have had personal details exposed, but claims its systems were not compromised, in what could be the first GDPR-related extortion attempt
Peach IT and Getronics have both struck acquisitions adding to a growing list of deals that have been made over the last few weeks
Former OEM supplier come out of stealth with dual-server box that can mount 56 NVMe drives for hyperscale datacentres or build-your-own NVMe shared storage hardware
Another deal struck in a summer of consolidation sees ScanSource increase its CRM options with Canpango
Bank’s digital You Invest service opens up trading opportunities to millions of customers
Enterprises are increasingly moving their virtual workloads to the cloud for ease of management reasons, but cost savings remain elusive for many, suggests Druva’s latest report on cloud virtualisation
As the UK and other states implement the EU’s GDPR, many organisations admit they are still not fully compliant, but most claim to be able to respond to data subject access requests
Ex-Goldman Sachs expert will focus on improving Barclays’ trading services and making internal systems more efficient
Digital transformations tend to have a long return on investment, but most CEOs are failing to convince their boards that these things take time
The vendor has rolled out a programme that will provide those looking to get to grips with SD-WAN with training and certification
Instilling ethics in AI systems is a low priority for CIOs aiming to harness the power of machine intelligence. That's a mistake, warned Darin Stewart at the Gartner Catalyst event.
The use of chatbots by Dutch organisations is on the up, with KLM's chatbot a pioneering example
Despite outpacing the rest of the world, the majority of organisations adopting cloud in Europe, the Middle East and Africa lack basic security, a report reveals
Having taken back control from the government for running its own health and social care budgets, The Greater Manchester Health and Social Care (GMHSC) Partnership is now in the throes of establishing what role cloud will play in its work
Cisco has revamped the Cisco DevNet page for Webex Meetings. The development of additional Webex integrations should make the platform more attractive to businesses.
Igneous expands its integrations with network-attached storage, aiming to offer easier, unified backup of unstructured data. Volume and complexity of that data can be challenging.
Arista CloudVision will soon be able to distribute security policies across Amazon, Google and Microsoft public clouds. Other upcoming features include VMware NSX integration.
Some local authorities are using unsupported server software, while others are not paying for extended support
Denmark offers many natural benefits for organisations looking to build datacentres in Europe, and a soon-to-be-completed connection to the US will make it even more attractive
The South Korean telecoms bigwig is showcasing a host of 5G applications at the Asian Games in the run up to the commercial launch of its 5G network next year
Another security flaw has been discovered in the Apache Struts, which was at the heart of the massive Equifax data breach in 2017
Thanks to a Freedom of Information Request the channel now knows just how widespread the use of unsupported server software is among councils
The number of girls who chose to take GCSE computing rose in 2018, but concerns remain over whether they will continue to study Stem subjects later on
Cloud industry salary data from IT recruitment firm suggests permanent employees of Google make more than their AWS, IBM and Microsoft counterparts
The government has published the first of its No Deal Brexit contingency planning notices, containing sobering messages for the UK technology industry
Research from Seagate reveals that many UK SMEs are struggling to keep on top of their data storage
Although post-quantum security is not an issue for all organisations today, an expert believes that those needing to ensure data is secure for decades to come should aim to achieve cryptographic agility above all else
HiveIO says artificial intelligence makes its Hive Fabric's Message Bus management unique; now, the HCI startup must prove it's really AI and not just an AI-wash.
Expert Laura Norén believes companies should be held to standards of data science ethics both when it comes to customer data and also for the data collected about employees.
Cisco wouldn't activate NSS Labs' Viptela license after the testing firm paid between $30,000 and $40,000 for the technology for a comparative NSS Labs report on SD-WAN products.
MiCloud Engage, an over-the-top cloud contact center, could help Mitel better compete with Avaya and Cisco in the enterprise market.
New service from Boston-based startup ClearSky enables VMware Cloud on AWS customers to back up and archive data in Amazon's object-based Simple Storage Service.
StorageCraft’s new OneXafe converged primary, secondary and backup appliance and ShadowXafe data protection software replace the vendor's OneBlox and ShadowProtect products.
AI bias and the need for data stewardship to prevent issues surrounding the trend of hoarding data are the next big ethical concerns for infosec, according to Laura Norén.
The Digital Transformation Agency has become the first government agency in Australia to test the use of Microsoft Office 365 in a secure cloud environment
Onefootball exclusively used the Boost platform, which has now been officially launched, to offer faster mobile notifications for World Cup viewers
A North Korean hacking group is targeting cryptocurrency exchanges using Trojanised cryptocurrency trading software designed for both Microsoft’s Windows and Apple’s Mac OS, say researchers
Healthcare organisation is rolling out next-generation technology in its health facilities to improve patient care
The firm's investors are getting used to the channel player providing them with decent revenue growth
Labour leader says big technology companies and ISPs should contribute to a fund for public interest journalism
Nic Harrison is returning to the Department for Work and Pensions, with no replacement as leader of the identity assurance programme yet in place
The newly-formed storage player has indicated that it will be business as usual for those partners of its acquisition targets
Public sector-focused IT provider EduServ suffers datacentre power outage that takes client websites and online services offline
A new channel partner ecosystem featuring systems integrators and digital agencies is forming around Algolia search technology; other news of the week.
The storage specialist is among the latest wave of members that have joined the membership ranks of the Global Technology Distribution Council
The Amazon Chime app has new dial-out and single sign-on features, but the cloud-based messaging and meetings platform still trails rivals, including Cisco Webex and Zoom.
UK universities are among those targeted by a cyber threat group associated with the Iranian government
The demand for colocation capacity from the hyperscale cloud giants shows no signs of wavering, CBRE research shows
News roundup: Social media platforms shut down accounts spreading misinformation. The Facebook accounts deleted were tied to Iran, Russia. Plus, Ryuk ransomware spreads, and more.
Acronis True Image 2019 takes on security issues, including still-prevalent ransomware attacks. The consumer and SMB software also adds backup cleanup and a recovery 'Survival Kit.'
IT can no longer let organizational dysfunction get in the way of digital progress. At Gartner Catalyst 2018, IT pros were urged not to wait to be told what to do.
NSA leaker Reality Winner sentenced to 63 months in prison for releasing classified documents detailing an attack by the Russian military against U.S. election systems.
In the GDPR era, compliance and security become heightened concerns. Box Insights Dashboard gives administrators a look into enterprise cloud activity.