More than £1m is being put aside to increase the amount of diversity in technology, and to teach disabled people digital skills
Virtualisation juggernaut VMware rolls out its hybrid cloud service in Australia and has halved the entry price to sweeten the deal for enterprises
The ECM industry is continuing to move toward cloud management, yet there are still data migration and security worries preventing some organizations from updating legacy systems.
The latest version of VMware's joint hybrid cloud offering with AWS emphasizes faster and more seamless migrations for legacy apps on their way to the cloud.
Dell EMC promises to synchronize releases of VMware's vSAN on VxRail HCI appliances, although it may take 30 days to do it; fleshes out cloud support for storage, data protection.
Hoping to keep its broad base of vSphere users engaged, VMware debuted an updated version of the virtualization offering and a version bundled with AppDefense.
Kubernetes security tools give enterprise IT shops strategic approaches to container security that go beyond shoring up individual container instances.
Dell EMC will use its HCI systems when it bundles software to encourage multi-cloud environments and push adoption of the company's own multi-cloud strategy.
VMware added new Windows 10 desktop management features for IT administrators and end users in its Workspace One updates at VMworld. Plus, AirLift gets general availability.
Tech supplier Dell EMC is riding on growing demand for servers and hyper-converged infrastructure, and investing in more technical resources to support enterprises in digital transformation efforts
Finland's government is putting its procurement laws under the spotlight after a major IT fraud
Human rights organisation calls for legally binding international agreement to ban the development and use of autonomous weapons that operate without humans
Latest hyperscale capital expenditure tracker highlights dramatic year-on-year increase in investments from internet and cloud giants
Cyber attackers are expanding their attack methods to steal money and to gain access to corporate and employee data, a report reveals
Hadley Beeman will service as Matt Hancock’s chief technology adviser at the Department for Health and Social Care
An acquisition and some partner programmes have underlined the commitment of VMware to carve out more share in the multi-cloud market
Football club is increasingly driven by video and data analysis and opts for cloud backup software-as-a-service and quick restore to any location to replace ad-hoc staff solutions
Two human rights groups are challenging a controversial clause in new UK data protection legislation that they say is in conflict with the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights and undermines the General Data Protection Regulation
European Investment Bank is loaning Nokia half a billion euros to accelerate 5G mobile network R&D
Debenhams and parcel collection and return firm Doddle are working together to roll out Doddle’s click-and-collect services to all of the retailer’s stores
VMware wants to simplify management of complex multi-cloud environments -- this time through the acquisition of third-party SaaS provider CloudHealth.
The vendor has tracked a shift away from mass ransomware attacks as criminals take a different approach
The latest expansion of the VMware-AWS partnership, centered on RDS, suggests a growing interest from the public cloud giant to extend its reach into enterprise data centers.
Panasas network-attached storage targets enterprises with large file workloads distributed across many users. ActiveStor hybrid arrays run the PanFS parallel file system.
Cyber criminals are moving away from mass, high-profile attacks to ones that are stealthy and more subtle – as well as attacks targeting systems typically used in critical infrastructure, researchers say
Epic Games patched a Fortnite vulnerability in its Android installer, but Google's disclosure policy comes under fire once again as Epic Games' founder called the disclosure 'irresponsible.'
In networking news, Cambium gets certified in Facebook's Express Wi-Fi program, Nyansa frees up network data worldwide and SevOne will support VMware NSX SD-WAN.
JetStream's Data Protection product uses continuous data capture technology to bring data resiliency to the cloud software company's data management platform.
After being added to the price list last autumn the two vendors are adding more options for partners to take out to customers
The vendor is making some progress with its services strategy according to the numbers shared in its Q3 results
EU citizens working at NHS trusts in the north-west of England – and students and staff at Liverpool’s universities – will be able to apply online for settled status in the UK post-Brexit, as part of private beta pilot
HPE sees hybrid as the future of enterprise IT, but revenue has been affected by currency fluctuations and its intelligent edge business is growing quickly
Piggy-backed cards allow drive shelves that can connect to remote servers as if directly attached and at NVMe speeds, with box maker Aupera getting in on the JBOF act
CIOs have the opportunity to influence their company strategy as digital technology reshapes business. A survey of CIOs across 70 countries charts a path for IT leaders through emerging technologies
Kevin Cunnington’s role as the head of function for digital, data and technology (DDaT) should be to sit on the Civil Service Board, spread standards and provide targets for digital transformation, the think tank says
There are key differences and potential challenges when it comes to security teams and C-suite executives communicating and aligning about cyber threats, a study shows
The government has announced the third and final round of the Local Full Fibre Network Challenge Fund, with £95m remaining to invest in local ultrafast broadband projects
Josh Mueller, global head of marketing at Dun & Bradstreet, talks about how quality data drives innovative marketing solutions such as web content personalization and AI chatbots.
CEO Michael Tso says funding in engineering efforts aims to make sure Cloudian can meet the challenge of object storage deployments growing to hundreds of petabytes
Talari combined its SD-WAN service with Meta Networks' NaaS platform, and California Telecom chose Versa Networks for managed SD-WAN.
The evolution of Asigra Cloud Backup Evolved results in an integrated appliance with partner iXsystems, called the Asigra TrueNAS Backup Appliance with ransomware detection.
A recent RedMonk report finds more developers use programming languages that run on the Java Virtual Machine to build mobile and enterprise apps.
Users provide tips on going from three tiers to tears-free hyper-convergence using VMware vSAN software or other HCI architectures proliferating in the data center and beyond.
IBM is bringing its AI-powered Watson platform to the US Open tennis players to provide them with insight into their past performances
Nice inContact has enhanced the cloud contact center CXone with new analytics and quality management tools, while also expanding omnichannel support for social media.
Box advances its digital workplace strategy with Activity Stream, which enables users to access business apps like Salesforce, Slack and DocuSign within the Box viewer.
Cisco adds a built-in 4G wireless broadband modem to two Meraki MX security appliances. Cisco launched the Meraki MX67C and the MX68CW devices with an integrated CAT 6 LTE cellular modem. The company also introduced four faster MX models without LTE.
Startup Attala said it can scale NVMe over RoCE across composable bare-metal racks. It has also partnered with Super Micro on NVMe JBOF and has data lake software in preview.
Security researcher SandboxEscaper released proof-of-concept code for a Windows 10 zero-day on Twitter, but Microsoft has no details for a potential patch.
No-code and low-code vendors seek to diversify their products in hopes to cash in on market demand for systems that enable nonprogrammers to build applications.
Google will donate $9 million in GCP resources and undergo a three-year handoff process to put a massive Kubernetes test bed under CNCF control. Users wonder, what happens next.
Talend released software that does bulk data uploads to Microsoft's Azure SQL Data Warehouse. The goal is to streamline data integration and support real-time analytics.
Organisations are implementing the ISO 27001 standard in recognition of the fact that cyber attacks are increasingly inevitable and that it is best to be well-prepared to fend off attacks and mitigate their effect
A national artificial intelligence initiative in Singapore is being extended to the general population to dispel fears that machines will take over people’s jobs
Threat to Privacy Shield as the European Union and US approach a critical European Parliament deadline to suspend data transfers from the EU to the US
The final hacker charged with leaking nude images of female celebrities in 2014 has been jailed
Managing machine identities is looming as the next big security challenge, a study reveals, with few organisations capable of protecting them as they increasingly form the basis of online communications
Industry body calls on local councillors to have a digital-first mindset, drive transformation and ensure local authorities have digital leadership in place
DevOps teams that use cloud and open source software tend to be higher performers, while organisations that outsource portions of their software development processes tend to be less productive, 2018 Accelerate State of DevOps report suggests
Accounting firm ditches traditional SAN hardware for software-defined hyper-converged storage from StorMagic and avoids tens of thousands of dollars in capex costs
43% of NHS staff use apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger for work purposes, and most NHS trusts have no policy discouraging the use of instant messaging, according to supplier CommonTime
The SMB community might make up a large part of the customer base but managed service players need to be able to avoid the one size fits all approach
The Manchester-based hosting provider has seen its two-year private cloud contract with the Cabinet Office extended
AI-powered voice recognition is set to become part of the office environment within two years, according to Gartner
Box says its Box Skills Kit AI development system will be generally available in December 2018. Meanwhile, Box moved on workflow automation, cybersecurity and Google integration.
Security researchers discover new campaign using two malicious links to double the chances of infection, which is believed to be linked to a notorious cyber crime group
A new cloud-based device management service will help Polycom partners provision and troubleshoot the vendor's devices, including four new Polycom VVX series phones released this week.
VMware has brought NSX microsegmentation to workloads running on Amazon Web Services. Also, at VMworld 2018, VMware said NSX security is now enforceable on Arista switches.
In a letter to DHS and MITRE, Congress said CVE program management has been 'insufficient' and called for the program to receive more consistent funding and additional oversight.
The latest version of Alteryx's data preparation and analytics software adds new visualization capabilities -- something that beta user Voxx Analytics says was needed.
Vizion.ai software as a service lets Panzura peer into customer data in on-premises and off-premises clouds to index, search, analyze and control it.
At Gartner Catalyst 2018, Darin Stewart detailed how AI bias finds its way into algorithms, what IT pros can do to prevent it -- and why it's sometimes OK to intentionally insert it.
Competition has tightened in the software test market as vendors strategically acquire additional tools and align with developer ecosystem players.
Shield will provide additional security options for Box content. Attendees at BoxWorks consider how this feature could integrate with IT's existing security tools.
In an environment where speed disrupts everything, organizations must transform their I&O. Gartner's Gregory Murray explained how at the Gartner Catalyst conference.
Kubernetes tools look to carve out a market niche in database containerization with performance monitoring and quality-of-service management features.
A number of blockchain projects are under way in Australia, but questions remain about whether the technology is wanted
Business email compromise is increasingly popular with cyber criminals to steal money and information as well as spread malware, security researchers find
UK government has launched partnerships in South Africa, Kenya and Nigeria to help startups grow and boost technology innovation in the region
The Metropolitan Police has enlisted the help of G-Cloud supplier New Signature to support its cloud-first ambitions, as it pushes ahead with plans to migrate applications and its on-premise server capacity to Azure
“Flash mob” event will create a human collage, highlighting cyber security advice
The NSS Labs-Cisco tiff raises questions on the validity of licensing that prohibits customers from testing software performance and publishing the results.
Initial Teacher Training Scholarship Programme aims to encourage more people to train to teach science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) subjects
Zoom has expanded a service that helps large organizations reduce PSTN costs by establishing SIP connections to the Zoom audio cloud.
VMware expanded its footprint in cloud management when it acquired CloudHealth Technologies. CloudHealth CTO Joe Kinsella observed the market changes that call for a complex management portfolio.
News roundup: A new Apache Struts vulnerability was exploited in the wild mere days after it was patched. Plus, Facebook removes app over privacy concerns and more.
U.S.-based channel partners now have a new infrastructure-as-a-service option with the launch of the OVHcloud partner program; other news from the week.
Box and IBM continue to expand their three-year relationship. As a result, IBM became the first Box AI partner to develop custom AI applications for Box Skills Kit.