Australian enterprises are turning to software-defined storage to improve data management and speed up testing and development
Customers are often paying maintenance without giving it much thought and as a result could be spending too much
The executive chairman of Chinese online retail giant Alibaba is planning a year-long departure, as he prepares to hand over the company reins to CEO Daniel Zhang
Paying a fifth of the original software contract value every year for support, big fixes and updates does not seem like good value for money
The government has issued its overwhelmingly positive response to the Science and Technology Committee’s report on the use of algorithms in decision making, published earlier this year
The Irish tax office and IT supplier Accenture tries out artificial intelligence for its customer service
One of the areas the vendor is looking to put the time in is around helping partners sell into the public sector
The growing use of AI-related technologies in HR may increase reliance on big tech vendors. But that isn't keeping the smaller vendors from developing their own tools.
Healthy jump in all-flash and SAN/NAS sales is being driven by enterprise storage modernisation, but also by component price rises. Dell EMC and NetApp top the supplier sales charts
Cybercriminals are flexing their financial might and UK organisations are facing more attacks as a result
The facility located on the outskirts of Jakarta is a response to the growing demand for connectivity and data services in Indonesia’s fast-growing digital economy
According to data accrued by DDoS mitigation firm, Link11, the number of attackers that rely on public cloud services soared during the 12 months to June 2018
The National Audit Office is critical of the government’s project to centralise its security vetting process, as the IT system has been plagued by failures from the start and has led to serious delays
Matt Hancock hopes the digital Talk Health and Care platform will encourage staff to share their ideas and views on how to make working in the NHS better
The audio visual distributor has seen its half year numbers swell thanks to the contributions from its various acquisitions
Spanish fashion group Desigual reports 2% fewer lost sales after investing in technology to share stock, sales and pricing data between stores, websites and franchise partners
The cyber security firm has welcomed back its former CEO as it looks to build on an improving first half
Security researchers claim to have pinpointed the cause and perpetrators of the British Airways data breach, and also claim the attackers may have had access to its customer data for far longer than previously thought
Brittany 'Straithe' Postnikoff studied robot social engineering and found personification of robots can lead to effective attacks, regardless of whether or not AI is involved.
S/4HANA upgrades form the core of digital transformation for SAP organizations, but many underestimate the challenges, such as complex legacy systems, bad data and customizations.
PagerDuty follows Atlassian with incident response tracking for corporate management, while IT pros on the front lines of incident triage also seek enhancements to low-level alerting configurations.
The average salary for IT professionals in the UK and Ireland is over £80,000 a year, Computer Weekly has found
The 2018 EfficientIP Global DNS Report shines a light on how ill-prepared the higher education sector is for handling cyber threats
Researchers claimed Trend Micro apps in the Mac App Store were stealing data. The company removed the offending features, but researchers are still not sold on Trend Micro's excuse.
Administrators should prioritize patching systems affected by four public disclosures resolved by the Patch Tuesday updates.
Cloud data warehouse supplier Snowflake has nabbed several Australian customers and is looking at delivering its software via the Azure cloud service next year
A report from the Good Things Foundation highlights the economic risks of failing to address digital exclusion in the UK
Enterprises are spending more on datacentre infrastructure, as demand for private and hybrid cloud environments increase, and price hikes from component shortages drive up average cost of hardware
Research from Spiceworks indicates that money will be spent next year by users looking to upgrade old infrastructure
Two-thirds of emails don't make it to the inbox because security systems consider them unsafe, according to research
Gartner's latest public cloud services market tracker shows demand for IaaS is booming among enterprises, but providers whose cloud proposition does not feature a PaaS component may lose out in future
Seven months after acquiring Datos IO, Rubrik adds NoSQL data protection with the release of Rubrik Datos IO 3.0, addresses distributed database protection for the first time.
The software firm has used its Security Summit in London to outline channel growth and reveal an ISV relationship with Check Point
Employee experience, AI and team productivity took the spotlight as blooming trends in HR, as outlined by analyst Josh Bersin to a packed house at the 2018 HR Technology Conference & Expo.
FCA admits it will be unable to manage financial crime effectively if it cannot share data with EU authorities.
Cisco has changed licensing for the ASR 9000 router to let service providers pay only for the throughput they use. The new pricing arrives as service providers prepare for 5G.
The National Cyber Security Centre has published its first in a series of guidance for board members which highlights what businesses should be asking security teams
The Voting Village at DEF CON 26 expanded its scope to test every aspect of election security that it could. Organizer Jake Braun discusses how it went and what's next.
In a bid to close deals with more large organizations, Slack will soon give customers greater control over the encryption of their data with a new enterprise key management feature.
Microsoft's September 2018 Patch Tuesday release included a fix for the Windows ALPC vulnerability that was exploited in the wild for about two weeks before being patched.
By using the best mass media BI practices, from data visualization to measuring metrics, companies like Condé Nast and Comcast are attracting consumers and raising revenues.
Enterprise-class 14 TB HDDs from Seagate, Toshiba and Western Digital target cloud-scale users in need of economical, high-density storage to cope with exponential data growth.
A Tech Nation programme to support the UK's financial technology startups demonstrates the increasingly diverse range of business-to-business products and services available through the country's fintech community
The industry organisation has shared the top ten emerging technologies that are set to have an impact on the channel and users
Tech industry trade body claims the changes spell bad news for web users, after European Parliament MEPs vote in favour of plans to modernise the copyright laws for the digital age
Amid fears that a no-deal Brexit could lead to the reintroduction of EU mobile roaming charges, the government has pledged to set a legislative limit on how much operators can charge
Government needs to have an open and welcoming immigration policy after Brexit to protect the UK's tech sector from decline
Forecasts from Gartner and Synergy Research Group have highlighted grow in IaaS, PaaS and SaaS next year
The chair of the Science and Tech Committee has written to the chancellor Philip Hammond to demand assurances that more funding for the UK's quantum computing efforts will be forthcoming in the Autumn 2018 budget
The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg has ruled that the UK’s collection of bulk interception of communications data lacked adequate oversight and safeguards and was in breach of human rights law
The Julia programming language is catching on with enterprise developers, particularly to create data science and AI apps, or in other situations that require computational applications.
The government’s No Deal Brexit planning document on data protection warns free flow of personal data from EU isn’t guaranteed, and organisations must take action to ensure they will still be able receive data from Europe
No Deal Brexit planning guidance documents say there could be changes to the UK electronic communications regulatory framework, and sets EU mobile roaming cap at £45 per month
Big tech and privacy advocates are lobbying for dramatically different federal data privacy rights. CIOs should pay attention to whom -- and what -- the legislation seeks to regulate.
Department store John Lewis has pinned the blame on high IT costs and the rising price of store real-estate for a drop in profit
While the industry watches its midrange lines, Dell EMC pushes out a new array of entry-level, flashy PowerVault systems for smaller organizations and branch offices.
Real-world container security requires users to dig in to the finer points of container, host, Kubernetes and application configurations.
Twilio has acquired startup Ytica to improve the native analytics and workforce optimization tools of its Twilio Flex cloud contact center.
HR leaders at the 2018 HR Technology Conference & Expo advise listening to vendor pitches without falling prey to shiny-object syndrome. Here are the nuances of what that means.
At the HR Technology Conference, Sierra-Cedar's survey investigated why tracking HR software adoption is important and how HRIS professionals play a role in ensuring data privacy.
Hortonworks is joining with Red Hat and IBM to work together on a hybrid big data architecture format that will run using containers both in the cloud and on premises.
Veeam co-CEO Peter McKay said there's 'no excuse' for the exposure of a marketing database and millions of email addresses. He said the company is being proactive in its response.
Advances in AI have spurred high interest in the technology, but the road to making machines intelligent remains a long one, said MIT's Josh Tenenbaum at the EmTech conference.
In addition to other Trend Micro apps banished from the Mac App Store for gathering data inappropriately, the company has admitted to publishing the Open Any Files app.
The AT&T Spark event showed more than the service provider's latest 5G technology. It also revealed how AT&T is redefining the role of networking vendors in its data centers.
Lenovo and NetApp go after Dell and Hewlett Packard Enterprise with a multiyear partnership to bolster enterprise storage offerings and create a joint venture company in China.
Australian organisations should focus on bringing in agile practices and foster a culture of trust and transparency to drive innovation and improve business agility
Lenovo has already been talking to channel partners about the prospects for its partnership with NetApp
Health secretary says GP at Hand helps deliver a better service and that he wants to help the app expand across the country, as he highlights importance of embracing technology
Adobe and one of its customers used the DMEXCO digital marketing conference and exhibition in Cologne to talk about artificial intelligence efforts and spell out what each sees as their value
The enterprise software behemoth’s Asia-Pacific business is growing and believes its latest C/4 Hana suite is uniquely geared to the scale of the region
Adobe looking to acquire Marketo could also be a ploy to incite a bidding war for Marketo from its holding company, Vista Equity, according to an analyst.
A fair few appointments have caught the eye with quite a lot of shuffling at the very highest levels of management in some cases over the past week
Some advanced organizations tackle DevSecOps with automated security for CI/CD pipelines and infrastructure, and will complete the picture with developer security skills training.
Mist says its AI platform for WLAN monitoring can now handle hundreds of queries and will use deep learning to flag anomalies before they cause problems for users.
News roundup: The British Airways data breach may be the handiwork of hacking group Magecart, according to researchers. Plus, hacker Guccifer will be extradited to U.S., and more.
Big data player Zoomdata rolled out a new partner program for selling its data visualization and analytics technology; other channel news from the week.
Leaders from Johnson & Johnson, The Walt Disney Co. and other giants weighed in at HR Tech 2018 on top priorities, such as tech to improve candidate and employee experience.
Cisco's latest UCS servers with Nvidia's GPUs aim to help larger IT shops more quickly run AI and machine learning workloads -- and help Cisco keep pace with Dell and HPE.
The idea of cold boot attacks began 10 years ago, but researchers at F-Secure found the attack can be used on modern computers to steal encryption keys and other data.
The 2018 Apple event may not have wowed on the smartphone front, but the new Watch Series 4, with a built-in ECG, could be a hit in the C-suite and a life saver for remote workers.
Verizon launches Oct. 1 a 5G internet service in four U.S. cities. The Verizon 5G rollout could give the company an edge against cable companies in the high-speed internet market.