More than 30,000 BT employees have transferred across to the quasi-independent Openreach, completing what is thought to be the largest one-off Tupe transfer in history
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Backup and data protection software supplier is going after mid-sized companies and renewing its focus on partners to make deeper inroads in Southeast Asia
Facebook is under increased pressure to demonstrate that users’ personal data is protected as it faces a potential fine of more than a billion dollars for a data breach affecting millions of users
Facebook’s retail industry head says mobile technology is likely to cause a bigger shift in retail than online shopping did
Just a month after a deal in the Netherlands Computacenter has turned its gaze West for its latest acquisition
Harvey Nash/KPMG survey shows CIOs are looking to boost their IT teams, but US and UK immigration rules may block their plans
UK’s financial watchdog issues its first cyber-related fine to Tesco Bank in connection with a multimillion-pound cyber fraud in 2016
The National Infrastructure Commission’s Roads for the Future contest has awarded a £50,000 prize fund to two projects exploring how to make the UK’s roads ready for connected and autonomous vehicles
While businesses are making strides in strengthening password security, there is more work to be done, with the UK password score lagging behind the frontrunners, a survey shows
Microsoft launches Data Box hardware appliances for cloud ingestion, Avere vFXT cloud NAS, Ultra SSD storage based on NVMe flash and Azure Premium file storage
Chancellor threatens to go it alone on tax reform for digital services businesses if an international agreement cannot be reached
Scottish Police Authority has approved Police Scotland’s 10-year digital transformation plan, which aims to bring the country’s police forces into the 21st century and requires £244m in capital funding and £54m in reform funding
Smart data review aimed at encouraging new data services to help customers of utilities and banks
Startup will support open source platform that allows users to choose how and where their data is stored
Cognos Analytics' new features include an AI assistant that responds in natural language, predictive analytics capabilities and tools for better data storytelling.
Continuum, an IT management software provider, is aligning its offerings to SMB security needs. Get insight into the Continuum MSP platform's roadmap.
Most government IT systems will be migrated to commercial cloud services within five years, while a private government cloud will host more sensitive workloads
MSP platform vendor Kaseya talks IPO, acquisitions and developing home-grown products
Managed service providers are at threat from losing customers, and even the threat of legal action, if they fail to offer security
The Facebook-backed Open Compute Project is getting its first European Experience Centre in Amsterdam, as part of a three-way collaboration between its members to get more enterprises using its technology
The number of UK properties able to access a full-fibre broadband connection has hit a small but significant milestone, according to Ofcom
Comms specialist's approach to the channel cited as one of the reasons the tie-up was made
HM Land Registry moves into the next phase of a project that will use the latest technologies to speed up property transactions
Openreach is forging ahead with its Fibre First full-fibre broadband programme and has started to roll out ultrafast services in Coventry
Industry and academia in Norway are working together to boost the country’s artificial intelligence capabilities
The firm has made its fifth acquisition this year to add more depth to the support it can provide for customers looking for GDPR support
Kubernetes TLS bootstrap improvements in version 1.12 tackle container management complexity, and users hope there's more where that came from.
Kaseya's cloud backup capabilities now extend to Office 365, Salesforce and G Suite, thanks to the acquisition of cloud-to-cloud backup specialist Spanning Cloud Apps.
Blockchain as a term is becoming common language, but there is a long way to go before it will mean anything to the performance of most organisations
DCMS secretary of state highlights investment in 5G and superfast broadband, and says no one should be left behind by technology
Hewlett Packard Enterprise spruces up StoreOnce secondary storage with federated management of up to 100 appliances. HPE also deepened the StoreOnce integration with Commvault.
Health information professionals shared visions of more effective EHR systems at the 2018 AHIMA Convention, including how to better identify LGBTQ patients in EHRs.
AT&T has handed the Open Compute Project its internally designed cell site router. The AT&T 5G router could take as much as $200 million in sales from the carrier's suppliers.
Facebook's GDPR consequences are still up in the air following a data breach, as Irish regulators are waiting on more information before determining if the social network will face a fine.
Australian companies such as Atlassian and Ansarada are now turning to international options to access scarce talent
Researchers are warning about an increase in Betabot malware after detecting multiple infections in recent weeks, underlining the importance of software patching
Artificial intelligence has the potential to assist in the analysis of data in a range of topics, but businesses need to understand its limitations and have the right tools to get the most benefit, says a Swiss entrepreneur
The CEO of travel brand Carnival told Splunk.conf 2018 that having diverse teams is the best way to drive innovation throughout a business
The health secretary aims to expand the government-funded 100,000 Genomes Project and sequence five million genomes over the next five years and roll out genomic testing across the NHS
More than two-thirds of businesses believe their network is open to attack, a report on the state of web application security reveals
Customers are leaving themselves exposed to threats as they move to hosted email offerings without adding data protection
AI is the new snake oil. Mathematician and TV presenter, Hanna Fry believes humans should be cautious when using algorithms in critical decision making
Speaking at Splunk.conf 2018, a representative of the data firm explained how the technology industry can engage with young people from the BAME community
Fierce competition for data science talent means that CIOs need to look internally for the requisite skills. On the list: curiosity, domain expertise, emotional intelligence.
Quantum computing threats are on the horizon, but DigiCert, Gemalto and ISARA have teamed up to develop new quantum-proof digital certificates and remake the PKI industry.
Security player decides the time is right to return to a two-tier model in the UK channel space
Reborn Violin Systems launches flash boxes that can scale to petabytes and are aimed at transactional, analytics and virtualisation use cases, with NVMe upgrades expected
The combination of IT Lab and Content and Code will create one of the largest Microsoft partners in the UK
The focus at many companies is on external cyber threats, and internal threats are being overlooked as a consequence, a researcher warns
Eight London tech startups have been awarded £15,000 each to help Mayor of London realise vision of the capital as a world-leading smart city
The Adaptive Insights acquisition gives Workday the ability to combine HR and financial data into one model. The integration may require outside assistance now, but will improve in time.
Violin, an 'emerging company that's been around a while,' adds new all-flash system that will support NVMe over Fabrics next year and promises extreme performance.
Add a bit of chaos to predeployment application testing to gain resilience. Gremlin CEO Kolton Andrus discussed the value of breaking apps to fix them.
A majority of small and medium-sized business in Asia-Pacific are still using PCs older than four years out of cost and application compatibility concerns
Coffee giant Starbucks is using Splunk to automate some of its more tedious security tasks to reduce the workload for its cyber staff
Innovation centre hopes to foster responsible and ethical development of artificial intelligence and machine learning systems
The UK National Cyber Security Centre has identified a campaign by the Russian military intelligence service of “indiscriminate and reckless” cyber attacks
It’s all change at Exclusive Networks as Barrie Desmond reveals plans to step down at the end of the year
Application security is becoming increasingly important because apps are often the main way cyber attackers are getting into corporate networks, a threat researcher warns
Poor security practices and access to hacking services are making it easy for cyber criminals to compromise business email, research reveals
Awards celebrate the people of the cyber security industry on the front lines of organisations battling cyber threats
The managed service player has completed the integration of recent acquisitions and its own efforts into a single operation
Businesses can now use third-party endpoints for Microsoft Teams video conferencing through cloud services from BlueJeans, Pexip and Polycom.
In networking news, Wi-Fi 6 now connotes 802.11ax technology, Aerohive Networks introduces machine learning analytics tools and Viavi releases a platform update.
Hadoop distributors Hortonworks and Cloudera have sunk their differences and announced their marriage
As details about the Facebook data breach continue to emerge, experts sound off on what companies can do to secure what has become a prime target for hackers: user account data.
Version 10.10 of Data Protector marks a new chapter in the backup and recovery product's long history, which goes back to years under Hewlett-Packard.
Hadoop users will have fewer choices as big data rivals Cloudera and Hortonworks unite. But the new company may be more competitive with AWS and Google.
Through simply written automation and granular access control, Ansible will attempt to put networking and security teams in step with IT infrastructure and DevOps counterparts.
Security researchers tracked an aggressive cybertheft campaign -- attributed to North Korean APT38 -- in which threat actors attempted to steal more than $1 billion and destroy all evidence along the way.
Palo Alto Networks looks to bolster its cloud security portfolio with a $173 million acquisition of cloud security startup RedLock and integrate it with Evident.io technologies.
Speaking at Splunk.conf 2018, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak shared his belief that the education system dampens creativity
Digital minister Margot James thinks artificial intelligence could liberate NHS clinicians and boost productivity across the health service
Warnings have been sounded over the likely prospects for the application development, testing and maintenance market as a result of Brexit
Regulators will be given funding to drive innovation and strengthen regulations in areas such as automation, data and artificial intelligence
The agency investigating alleged breaches of GDPR in Denmark is recruiting additional resources to cope with the increase in work
Norway-based mobile phone company Telenor, which provides phone services in Scandinavia and Asia, is challenging its workforce to spend 40 hours a year learning digital skills as it prepares for the impact of digital technology
MNO explores high-capacity zone testing for its 5G network roll-out, with the first phase expected to target hotspots such as London’s Canary Wharf
Gut feelings might have helped channel managers make decisions in the past but technology should make it easier and more precise
Amazon and Apple have publicly refuted a Bloomberg report that claims their servers were tampered with and bugged during the manufacturing process
The proposed merger between Hadoop distributors Cloudera and Hortonworks stings MapR, and elicits analyst comment pointing up the threat from cloud players AWS, Google, and Microsoft
AT&T has linked its IoT services to the blockchain offerings of IBM and Microsoft. The AT&T blockchain effort is aimed at retailers, manufacturers and healthcare organizations.
Version 1.0 of a CloudBees plug-in aims to help developers and administrators advance CI/CD while saving time and effort with Jenkins configuration tasks.
DevOps monitoring tools that offer automated root cause analysis are now in production within mainstream enterprises. When it comes to their ease of use, however, there is still room to improve.
The U.S. Digital Service is slowly moving a Medicare mainframe to the cloud as a way to prepare for value-based care. Here's a look inside the office's deliberate strategy.
Ansible users know their way around a CLI, but some envision an all-inclusive IT automation platform based on the Ansible Tower management console UI and features.
News roundup: A Bloomberg report claimed China infiltrated U.S. companies and government agencies through tiny Supermicro chips on motherboards. Plus, a new Telegram flaw and more.
In the UC blog world, analysts discuss how businesses are embracing CPaaS for embedded communications, why SD-WAN and MPLS make a strong team, and why Cisco is losing focus on collaboration software.
Openness and the cloud were the main themes presented at SAP TechEd 2018. While customers liked the message, they may not be ready to put the technologies into real applications.
The Symphony messaging app now has native data loss prevention and integrates with Microsoft Office. The startup is looking to expand beyond its base in the financial sector.
The Cohesity storage partner program introduced an option for service provider partners and bolstered resources for resellers; other news from the week.
The UiPath Forward conference highlighted the key RPA trends shaping process automation projects, which are seeing wider acceptance and growing scale among some enterprises.
Nyansa Voyance has a new feature that lets companies request the contact information of other users of the Wi-Fi performance monitoring software.
The U.S., U.K. and other allies accused seven Russian military officers in cybercrimes around the world, and the GRU indictment from the U.S. formally pressed charges.