Digital transport planning system will allow local authorities and utility companies to share and record data on roadworks to reduce disruption and delays for drivers
Many UK firms are not insured against information security breaches and data loss, and would have to spend £1m on average to recover from a breach, a report reveals
BT will provide broadband services over the Health and Social Care Network to 24 NHS trusts and clinical commissioning groups in the south-east of England
ING claims business has improved after replacing ‘scattered and fragmented’ IT systems to change the way it manages employee performance
Misco's operation in the Netherlands becomes part of the Computacenter family after the UK player expands its European reach even further
The analyst house has found that more resellers are reporting issues with the programmes that they are offered by vendors
If new startups get their way, the classical Dutch bicycles might soon be replaced by a new mode of transportation: a scooter. New companies see a huge potential market, but regulations might become a barrier
The insurance company has begun a competition across 20 countries in a bid to find the latest innovative products from startups.
The government has confirmed the West Midlands will be used to carry out the UK's first large-scale test of 5G technology, with trials centred on its use in the health, construction and automotive sectors
TSB’s CEO, Paul Pester, is stepping down after the bank and its customers were beset by another round of IT problems
The Five Eyes intelligence alliance is calling on tech firms to include backdoors in their encrypted products to give access to law enforcement authorities or face various measures
IT leaders are worried that they will not have enough software developers to support their companies through Brexit
Government Digital Service is in the process of private beta testing its identity assurance platform with three new central government services
Despite the popularity of contactless payments ahead of cash, Britons are worried about the security of tap and go
The distribution veteran has been given the chance to make an impact at the vendor replacing Sarah Shields after she moved to a European role
The Canadian upstart is co-developing AI applications for local industries as part of its efforts to build new research capabilities via local talent pools
A graph database startup's parallel loading, processing and querying combine to deliver real-time data for fintech firms that offer fast credit evaluations online.
DDN set to add Tintri’s portfolio of all-flash and hybrid flash arrays to its product offering following the purchase of the VM-aware storage pioneer after it filed for bankruptcy in June
CEO Ron Nash said Pivot3 and NexGen Storage are integrated as a single code base. NexGen gives Pivot3 automated QoS and dynamic provisioning for multi-cloud enterprises.
Integration and analytics software supplier Tibco has formed a new lab to tackle the challenges of implementing blockchain and other emerging technologies
As security controls have improved, cyber attackers are increasingly focusing their efforts on people within organisations as a way into corporate IT systems, a report confirms
Both customers and public cloud vendors benefit from the involvement of partners to provide expertise and feedback
Nearly 500,000 UK businesses are being hit by impersonation fraud, according to estimations by Lloyds Bank, with the legal sector most at risk
Retail giant Amazon follows Apple's lead to become second company in history to achieve a $1tn market cap, with analysts predicting that its market value could double by 2020
The idea of setting up a bridgehead overseas appeals to a fair few people in the channel
Cloud computing promises to declutter IT and link systems easily. Despite the benefits, adoption of the cloud for customer engagement remains low
At the Disruption Summit in London, Ocado’s head of technology explained how the firm built a technology-based model for efficient grocery delivery and how it has been disrupting that ever since
NHS England’s national director for operations, Matthew Swindells, calls for a complete overhaul of the way the NHS delivers care, claiming the current model “is not viable”
VMware pulled back the curtain on some next-generation software that promises to bring the capabilities of its VMware Cloud on AWS to on-premises data centers.
Atlassian snapped up OpsGenie and rolled out Jira Ops as part of a shift in focus to IT incident management. Users will follow the strategy cautiously.
Nordic countries are working together to introduce advanced communications networks in the most isolated Northerly regions
In a roundup of industry insights, 5G services will be a hot topic at Mobile World Congress, VMware embraces multi-cloud and cybersecurity platforms require key features.
Five Eyes -- the government intelligence alliance between Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the U.K. and the U.S. -- vows not to weaken encryption, while pushing for encryption backdoors.
The code of conduct – focused around data-driven tech such as AI – aims to deepen trust between researchers, innovators, patients and clinicians, according to health minister James O’Shaughnessy
Infrastructure & Projects Authority says Whitehall departments are unwilling to fund flagship GDS identity programme – cancellation would mean writing off at least £130m spent so far
Tech Nation’s choice of fintech companies to back reflects the changes expected to hit financial services IT
New streaming data analytics capability in Tibco Spotfire X is expected to be well-received by enterprises in competitive markets across Asia-Pacific
As the last days of summer come to an end there has still been time for Wavenet to add to what has been a long list of deals struck over the last few weeks
NHS trusts have reached 100% uptake of NHS England’s e-referral service, ahead of October 2018 deadline
The cyber security community has welcomed the improvements in the latest version of the Chrome browser, especially when it comes to generating strong, unique passwords
Transport company replaces several tools with a single cloud-based ITSM platform
Matt Hancock will announce a £200m fund for further digital centres of excellence and plans to pilot the NHS app across England, but shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth calls the plans a “pipe dream”
The cloud player has been looking to ramp up its channel over the course of this year and those efforts are continuing
Private beta for next vSAN version includes built-in snapshots, NFS file services and cloud-native storage, as well as improved cluster management for the HCI software.
It's time to put the 'human' back in human resources, said Hollywood Casino's vice president of HR, Robin Schooling, who explains why employees without tech access need extra help.
Samsung's new lineup of data center SSDs designed for channel sales to SMBs includes high-performance Z-NAND add-in card, U.2 and M.2 NVMe PCIe models and 2.5-inch SATA drives.
LogMeIn has added interactive analytics and a video editor to GoToWebinar. The vendor also made available to all users a new website for publishing on-demand videos.
VMware's lightweight hyper-converged infrastructure system, called Project Dimension, includes the vendor's SD-WAN. The HCI appliance is aimed at retailers and manufacturers.
In addition to releasing enterprise-level systems, HubSpot unveiled a CMS tool for companies to build and customize websites, and a video tool to help create content.
British Airways has been praised for its swift response to a customer data breach, which could be the first test case under the EU’s GDPR and new UK GDPR-aligned data protection laws
Cryptojacking has taken over from ransomware as the top money spinner for cyber criminals, but the threat is not over and spam is also seeing a resurgence as an attack method, a report reveals
The high-rise facility will be the first of its kind to incorporate Facebook’s datacentre cooling system, cementing Singapore’s position as a datacentre hub
A guide to those looking to make an impact at a vendor in the channel management role has some advice about what to do in the first few months
Retailer Argos has developed a voice shopping service so customers can reserve items for pickup using the Google Home Assistant app
UK businesses are lagging behind their counterparts in the US, France and China for AR and VR implementation, due to concerns over security and complexity
The US has charged a member of a group of North Korean hackers linked to the WannaCry, Sony Pictures and other cyber attacks around the world
One difference in Microsoft's cloud infrastructure design may have contributed to the extended outage this week in an Azure region that hit a large number of customers.
The anonymity of Tor is once again under scrutiny, as a researcher finds misconfigured Tor sites can expose the public IP address connected to a dark web site.
The Royal Bank of Scotland has announced more branch closures and job losses as digital transformation continues to transform the sector
Senior government officials spoke at a TechUK “smarter state” event, revealing ambitious AI policy alongside a “back to basics” drive to get data right
At the 2018 Disruption Summit in London, BT’s lead of customer insight and futures said artificially intelligent systems should be there to assist humans, not get rid of them
Cisco Meraki's small-business Wi-Fi offering, Meraki Go, opens opportunities for channel partners among a new set of customers; other news from the week.
Kabbage financing is now available as a product that channel partners can offer their small-business customers, which can use the Kabbage line of credit for any product or service.
At Gartner Catalyst, Gartner's Danny Brian explained why great IT practitioners are lazy, impatient and hubristic.
Hadoop data tooling is expanding. A view holds that Hadoop is moving from alternate data warehousing to a full-fledged big data analytics offering.
The Department of Justice charged one Lazarus Group hacker, Park Jin Hyok, for his role in the WannaCry attack, Sony hack, SWIFT banking theft and more.
Juniper Networks has partnered with Ericsson to sell 5G gear and software to carriers. The Juniper-Ericsson alliance arrives as Cisco's partnership with Ericsson weakens.
News roundup: An mSpy leak has again exposed millions of customer records on the internet. Plus, the FIDO Alliance launched a biometrics certification, and more.