Google says its commitment to transparency is as strong as ever as its new Safety Center goes live in the UK to help keep businesses and consumers safe online
Commission wants to unlock the value of location data held by its partners through the use of emerging technologies
The MSP player says it has “tiger by the tail” with advanced security offering for managed service providers
East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation trust is using intelligent automation and virtual workers to monitor and process referrals from GPs in five of its specialist clinical units
Deloitte's latest quarterly quizzing of the CFO community makes sobering reading for those hoping that the good times will keep rolling
Ctera does “NAS replacement” on object storage in the cloud, but wants its customer on-premises hardware to be smarter to allow tiering of data to multiple private and public clouds
Information Commissioner’s Office fines airport after a member of the public came across a USB stick containing sensitive personal information about airport staff
Airbus CyberSecurity has partnered with Atos to help protect 17 European government institutes from cyber attacks
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre is appealing for collaboration with the technology industry to remedy key vulnerabilities in current IT
The UK High Court has thrown out a group action lawsuit against Google for tracking iPhone browsing data, but campaign group Google You Owe Us, which brought the litigation, will appeal the decision
IT services companies suggest the industry will have to step up its service offerings as enterprises take robotic process automation past the proof-of-concept phase.
CIOs are under tremendous pressure to use AI technologies. A recent survey shows why focusing on augmented human intelligence may yield the best business results.
Professional development will take center stage this week at the eighth annual (ISC)² Security Congress.
Cloudian object storage hops a ride on Montebello Bus Lines, helping the California city improve its storage system for surveillance camera footage that had proved challenging.
Ride-hailing, delivery and mobile payments firm will use slew of Azure services to improve operations and customer experience
Microsoft has been forced to stop the October 2018 release of Windows 10 because users have complained it deletes files
At Huawei Connect 2018 in Shanghai, Huawei shared insights into how the developing artificial intelligence industry is changing the face of IT talent development in Asia-Pacific
Google+ will no longer be offered to consumers, following a security audit. Instead, the company plans to flesh out an enterprise social media strategy
States acting alone cannot be efficient in cyber security and need to cooperate with others to build trust, says a former foreign minister of Estonia
Industry calls on government to set the tone for a tech-friendly business environment after the UK leaves the EU
The emerging technology is being tested in several industries in a country aspiring to be a global leader in blockchain development
Customers in three more towns and cities will soon be able to access ultrafast fibre-to-the-premises broadband service
Microsoft has revealed details of how its global Azure datacentre footprint will play a pivotal role in helping realise its ambitions to provide a low-latency, device-agnostic user experience to the worldwide gaming community
Fears about the likes of Amazon eating into channel revenues are well-grounded according to Context research
The Business Continuity Cloud brings together the spectrum of Arcserve's technologies. Through the web-based user interface, users can perform most jobs in a few clicks.
Insight has highlighted the difficult situation for those working in IT departments trying to meet the varied demands that are put on
The merger of startups Pexip and Videxio will give service providers and enterprises a one-stop shop for video conferencing software, analysts said.
The government domain registrar -- DotGov -- began rolling out two-factor authentication for officials managing .gov domains in order to mitigate against DNS hijacking.
Cabinet Office announces 18-month transition to hand troubled identity assurance programme over to private sector
Rep. Cedric Richmond (D-La.) outlined three key strategies for addressing cybersecurity policy and workforce gaps.
Divides between IT teams and roles in an organization can impede software delivery, even if they use the right tools. Some companies have chipped away at those barriers.
Administrators have a relatively light workload for October Patch Tuesday, but IT workers should pay attention to multiple workstation fixes and issues with older patches.
At its annual customer and technology event, Huawei chairman Eric Xu set out 10 key challenges facing AI, and revealed how the networking supplier’s strategy will help to address these
GovTech is using AWS to host a developer platform that enables government agencies and businesses to develop services that build on the upcoming National Digital Identity system
Canary Wharf Group has unveiled plans to turn two million square feet of its five million square feet Wood Wharf development into office space for fast-growth scaleup businesses
The head of the UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has described the attribution of a wave of cyber attacks to Russia’s military intelligence service as “historically important” at a conference in Poland
Targeted bug bounties have a role to play in cyber security, but they are not a "silver bullet", and run the risk of wiping out talent pipelines if poorly implemented, warns bug bounty pioneer
The debate about what is the right enterprise IT architecture has moved beyond private, public and hybrid clouds to the need to run multiple clouds
Representatives from the telecoms regulator tell House of Lords that the government should build a framework for internet regulation that other bodies can follow and enforce
Data protection specialist adds clustered high-end HS3300 backup appliance and the standalone Remote Office Appliance, pushing the HS1300 launched last year to mid range
To bring legacy applications into the DevOps fold, IT teams must be creative and collaborate in ways that may differ sharply from approaches to greenfield projects.
Vendor felt it had to swoop for the print specialist to ensure it did not fall into the hands of rivals
SAP has used its Customer Experience Live conference in Barcelona to flesh out its C/4 Hana offer
VW’s truck business adopted a startup mentality to open a subscription-based business aimed at owners of truck fleets
IT departments are struggling to adapt to an expanding role that includes both adopting innovation initiatives while keeping core systems running effectively, according to the 2018 Insight Intelligent Technology Index
A Google security audit uncovered a glitch in Google Plus that exposed data from nearly 500,000 accounts, causing the company to shutter the social network and spur a German data protection probe.
Salesforce will sell Google Marketing Platform products on its own site in North America, strengthening the partnership between the two software giants.
Four Russian intelligence officials were expelled from the Netherlands after an attempted hack on the global chemical weapons watchdog. The Dutch government has been open about the detail
A programme to help primary school teachers in the Netherlands understand IT is gaining momentum
CenturyLink has introduced a service that lets companies create a temporary virtual connection to AWS. The pay-as-you-go CenturyLink service is called Cloud Connect Dynamic Connections.
IT admins can expose an organization to a variety of threats while using Apple DEP if they're not careful. But there are ways to sidestep a DEP security issue that could be problematic.
The release candidate version 1.0 of Facebook's PyTorch deep learning framework enables developers to more easily include machine learning in their applications.
Workday is developing algorithms to automate certain tasks, such as anomaly detection. This technology was previewed at Workday Rising, with the tech planned to arrive in 2019.
Puppet Enterprise 2019, Puppet Bolt 1.0 and Puppet Insights broaden enterprise IT ops pros' options for DevOps support and infrastructure automation tools.
The deal is expected to bolster the telco’s security pedigree in a market that is grappling with more data breaches and cyber incidents
Spiceworks has unveiled AI capabilities to directly connect tech users with MSPs
Investment company Fidelity has created an on-premise PaaS for its in-house developer teams using the open source Cloud Foundry platform
Canalys boss Steve Brazier paints a grim picture of how a hard EU exit could impact the channel
Facebook is coming under pressure from European lawmakers to do more to prevent its user data from being misappropriated during elections
Robotic process automation continues to be taken up by more organisations – but despite proven benefits, those that already use it are struggling to scale it up
Connected cars are being demonstrated on roads in Kent as part of a project to improve safety and improve traffic flows
Nato is aiming to achieve full operational readiness in cyber space within five years
Remote access Trojans (RATs), web shells and Mimikatz among the top publicly available tools that are used in cyber attacks around the world, a five-nation cyber intelligence report reveals
Cryptocurrency mining malware is posing as Flash updates that appear to be legitimate, Palo Alto Networks security researchers warn
Zoom will expand beyond its roots as a video conferencing startup and enter a crowded UCaaS market, with the release of a cloud PBX service in early 2019.
Tenable Research finds new exploits of an already patched MikroTik router vulnerability that could enable hackers to launch remote code execution attacks.
In UC news, BlueJeans launches a UC audio offering with Dolby Voice, Talkdesk gets $100 million toward CCaaS, and Silver Peak's SD-WAN platform earns a VoIP performance certification.
Caringo aims its Swarm Single Server object storage appliance at companies that want object storage but don't need petabytes of it in a multinode cluster.
Google updated its cloud storage with higher availability SLAs and a new dual-region option designed to give customers greater control over their data.
AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes on how Google cloud is underpinning its efforts to become a digital-first business where collaboration is king
In networking news, SevOne adds SD-WAN monitoring support for Versa Networks; HPE announces new hybrid cloud services with Microsoft; and Aerohive updates its A3 service with cloud management.
Commvault moves its HyperScale appliance platform into the enterprise with the HS3300 and into remote and branch offices with the Remote Office Appliance.
The latest version of Cisco Business Critical Services includes limited management of third-party devices and improved detection of an impending hardware failure.
A U.S. Government Accountability Office report gave failing grades to military weapon systems cybersecurity, but some experts say the report should be a source of encouragement.
Farsight Security's Paul Vixie says his company's new research into domain name lifespans and causes of death shows the need for new policies and action to curb malicious domains.
A security expert has called for businesses to manage the risks of adopting new technologies and improve their cyber hygiene, rather than see artificial intelligence as a panacea for their security woes
The Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation has called for greater clarity over police Schedule 7 powers to seize mobile phones and computers and question people without grounds for suspicion at ports and airports
Roc Technologies becomes the latest on a growing list of deals that have been struck since the start of the summer
The vendor came in for some criticism at the Canalys Channels Forum but responded by vowing to fix the problems in the next six months
On average, 1 in 10 user-reported emails is identified as malicious, and more than half can be tied to credential phishing, a Cofense report reveals
Online fashion brand introduces voice shopping service to help customers navigate its thousands of products more easily
Great Ormond Street Hospital’s Drive research unit is dedicated to bringing the latest technological developments into healthcare
The retail giant might hoover up the transactional business but those resellers that can provide services will have more chances of retaining customers
Whistle-blowing website claims to have obtained a confidential document detailing code names, locations and operational details of Amazon’s datacentre portfolio
Five women have been awarded cyber security scholarships at FS-ISAC’s 2018 EMEA Summit
Businesses can now use the Workplace by Facebook app to instant message and video conference with partners and customers.
Kubernetes monitoring is all the rage, and New Relic's CoScale buy gives it an edge in an increasingly noisy market for container monitoring tools.
Greeting card company chooses Manchester for its first tech hub because of the city’s thriving tech scene and “exceptional” pool of talent
AWS cloud consulting services firms Reliam, Stratalux and G2 Tech Group have rebranded as Mission and more acquisitions could be in the works; more news from the week.
Hardware vendors aim to mitigate the effects of the Trump administration's tariffs on imported Chinese goods, using such strategies as tariff engineering.
At the ONUG fall conference on Oct. 22 to 23, attendees will learn how enterprises can secure assets in a digital economy and how automation, cybersecurity and data protection fit in.
The most recent Windows 10 update includes enhancements for business users, but it ran into major problems shortly after its release.
Riverbed has launched SteelCentral AppResponse Cloud. The latest version of the application monitor troubleshoots problems found in business applications running on the AWS cloud.
News roundup: An APT group called TeleBots group was linked to Industroyer malware and NotPetya ransomware, according to researchers. Plus, Imperva is acquired by Thoma Bravo and more.
Mozilla delays plans to distrust Symantec TLS certificates in Firefox because despite more than one year's notice, approximately 13,000 websites still use the insecure certificates.
LinkedIn has developed an ATS platform and acquired employee engagement vendor, Glint. Its likely goal: Become a full-service talent management provider.
MarkLogic rolled out a cloud-service version of its NoSQL database management system, a move designed to make the technology more cost-effective for cloud users.
The recent Facebook breach affected 20 million fewer accounts than was previously thought. The company now says 29 million accounts had data exposed to attackers.
With Looker 6, users of the BI platform can now access packaged applications that are designed for uses such as web analytics and digital marketing analytics.