The very firms responsible for statutory audits are also being hired by software providers to conduct software licence audits, leading to questions raised in the industry about conflicts of interest
NHS doctors and policy chiefs said at the Westminster Health Forum that artificial intelligence has untapped value for healthcare, but needs to be underpinned with discipline
The analyst house has highlighted the opportunities that are out there for those infrastructure service providers that recognise the way customer needs are evolving
China has more than twice the number of supercomputers than the US, and it is finding a ready market for its Lenovo supercomputers among US tech companies in Ireland, the latest top 500 supercomputer list reveals
Barnet Council is planning to bring parts of its Capita outsourcing deal back in house, and expects the supplier to pay the council £4.12m due to delivery issues with some areas of the contract
House of Commons’ serjeant-at-arms effectively arrested the CEO of a US software company and frogmarched him to Parliament, where he was told he would be imprisoned if he failed to hand over papers on Facebook
The managed services player has chosen to invest in improving its staff and has revealed there are signs that it is a strategy that will deliver
Enterprise technology supplier HPE has doled out a slew of enhancements to its composable IT portfolio to help enterprises run IT more like cloud service providers
There will be more data in the public cloud than enterprise datacentres or consumer devices by 2025 as data shifts location, according to a study by IDC and Seagate
As predicted ahead of the General Data Protection Regulation enforcement deadline, research shows that fear of fines under the new laws is making some firms more likely to pay cyber ransoms
The High Court trial in which subpostmasters are suing the Post Office has reached an important stage
The freedom and flexibility to develop applications rapidly using diverse platforms will put IT infrastructure teams under increasing strain
The comms specialist has updated the markets on the progress of its first half with the enterprise side of the business showing weakness
With IT outages in the financial sector a regular occurrence, the Treasury Committee is investigating the causes and consequences of these failures, and what industry and regulators are doing to promote resilience
Like Facebook, Uber has escaped a potentially much higher fine for data protection failings because the 2016 breach that affected millions of UK customers is not covered by the GDPR
The Norwegian capital is thriving from a unique combination of business agility, a cultural receptiveness to technology, and a social desire to do good
The tipping point for hybrid IT adoption will come only when more enterprises start running production workloads on the public cloud, says HPE’s chief technologist for the region
The UAE based channel player is looking to ramp up its activity across Europe with an independent operation opening in the UK
Teenager beat off competition from 41 other cyber security enthusiasts from across the UK, and six from Singapore, in the UK Cyber Security Challenge final
Copper-based ultrafast broadband roll-out continues at pace
The social media company has launched a mentoring programme that allows students to ask Facebook engineers questions about their role and career path
A study for BT has revealed a substantial proportion of UK families feel they are being let down by poor in-home Wi-Fi networks
Tech Nordic Advocates is now seen as the go-to place for access to the Nordic tech startup sector
There are still significant culture issues in government and the Government Digital Service has stopped supporting departments to do the right thing, Science and Technology Committee hears
The Cohesity data management platform will be delivered through HPE DL380 and Apollo servers, thanks to the strengthened HPE partnership, marking Cohesity's first OEM deal.
Businesses are still largely failing to win the trust of consumers to keep their personal data safe as data breaches continue to make headlines
Two years after the government began the process to hire a chief data officer, the post continues to sit empty
Non-profit diversity initiative Inspiring Fifty releases its first annual UK list of female role models in the technology industry
As global internet usage continues to soar, billions of people around the world are missing out on the potential benefits of getting online, according to Cisco
The U.S. Postal Service inadvertently exposed the data of 60 million users and has only just fixed the underlying website flaw, despite being notified of the issue one year ago.
New public cloud enhancements give Igneous customers granular control of their data, letting them move individual data sets to any storage tier in public clouds.
A new multi-cloud platform from Rackspace seeks to take advantage of customer experience with VMware technology and the need to tap public cloud services, such as AWS.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy used the Global Partner Keynote at re:Invent 2018 to highlight how helping enterprises migrate to the cloud now could have follow-on business benefits for channel partners for many years to come
During the Global Partner Keynote at the AWS re:Invent user conference in Las Vegas, the firm’s vice president of global alliances ecosystems and channels, Terry Wise, revealed how its sales enablement efforts are paying off for partners
Amazon Web Services (AWS) is aiming to take the cost and complexity out of processing space data to make it more readily accessible by colocating managed ground station antennas with its cloud datacentres
Competition and Markets Authority fears $2.2bn deal could reduce competition for payment services in the UK
The FCA has reported a massive increase in the number of banking IT failures in the UK and admitted there is no end in sight
Cloud-based platform offers functionality around smart contracts and a workflow engine for bank processes
Tech supplier has beefed up its Edgeline portfolio with new hardware and software offerings to make it easier to manage edge devices, applications and data
The vendor has been encouraging its channel to get involved with its software defined options and that campaign is getting through to partners
An unwillingness to accept that cyber is a real threat to critical national infrastructure by UK political and business leaders has resulted in a lack of resilience, says security industry veteran
McKinsey surveyed thousands of executives on their AI projects to find out what was working and what wasn't. Here's the lowdown.
A group of GraphQL users and the Linux Foundation have joined forces to manage and monitor the future of Facebook's popular open source data query and manipulation language.
A new draft report from the ONC acknowledges the challenges with EHRs and provides suggested solutions, including decreased regulation and more stakeholder cooperation.
Microsoft has released a set of APIs for automating the creation and archiving of teams within the Microsoft Teams app.
Startup Apstra has launched version 2.3 of its intent-based networking OS. The new Apstra AOS includes analytics for finding the root cause of network problems.
FalconStor's CEO talks about saving the company by focusing on cloud, rebranding its FreeStor data protection and management platform, and keeping his finger off the panic button.
A compromised NPM package targeted a popular bitcoin wallet with cryptocurrency-stealing code and experts say the issue highlights the lack of a chain of trust in open source software.
Gartner experts revealed the top 10 trends in application architecture they expect to unfold across enterprises within three to five years.
The Justice Department indicted eight individuals accused of running major ad fraud campaigns, including the 3ve botnet, which generated millions of dollars in fake ad revenue.
Slack plans to invest more in security, speed and integration with business productivity apps in 2019. The vendor revealed the plans in a roadmap presentation to admins this week.
AWS will transport its software stack into customer data centers with Outposts, a managed service that incorporates the same hardware the cloud provider uses for EC2.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy opens up about the company’s earlier misgivings about the real user need for blockchain technologies
Partnership between the Scottish Government and Nesta will see funding available for innovative projects driving the use of technology to give citizens access to data and help them live healthier lives
It made its name in hyper-converged hardware, but Nutanix is now growing its SaaS-based software infrastructure business
Challenges include dealing with ethical questions, data and collaboration needs in a digital environment, says Scottish government’s Colin Cook
AWS builds out hybrid cloud play by offering enterprises access to its public cloud services in private datacentres, hosted on the same hardware its own facilities use
Cisco is partnering with UK police forces to offer cyber security training through the Cisco Networking Academy
Denmark's government has launched an ambitious project to digitise and automate public services
Research from the vendor has highlighted the significant role that the channel needs to play in helping more customers adopt the technology
The National Cyber Security Strategy is making good progress, but there is much left to be done, according to a Cabinet Office official
Sisense Hunch, a new Sisense BI tool, enables big data analytics for IoT devices by using deep learning to automatically extract insights from big data.
As Microsoft continues to battle bugs in Windows 10, some analysts and developers blame its quality-control process and a lack of services in Windows as a service.
AWS has extended its AI portfolio with more options for developers who want to more easily and quickly incorporate machine learning into their applications.
Virtual Instruments hopes artificial intelligence and machine learning functionality that helps IT staff spot connections between application and storage performance could put an end to the “war room”
Weeks before its planned merger with Pexip, Videxio has unveiled a new cloud service, Videxio MeetingConnect, which seeks to simplify the process of joining online meetings from a conference room.
Streetbees’ first IT chief brings artificial intelligence expertise to help the tech startup deliver a hive of data for its customers
The mass propagation of data across multiple storage silos is getting out of control in many organizations. IT administrators cite it as a top concern.
In this Q&A from RSNA 2018, Google Cloud's Greg Moore touts product strengths and expresses his hope that Google products can help the healthcare industry achieve 'positive digital transformation.'
Located in the center of Tornado Alley, Pittsburg State University in Kansas gave heavy weight to redundancy and replication before acquiring Hedvig software-defined storage.
Aviatrix has introduced software for dividing virtual private clouds into secured groups on AWS. AVX Orchestrator complements AWS' Transit Gateway, launched this week at re:Invent.
The FBI indicted two threat actors involved with the SamSam ransomware attacks while the US Treasury sanctioned two others for their role in exchanging Bitcoin earned from attacks.
Digital transformation could potentially double the improvements in integrated care by 2020, study finds
During the closing keynote at AWS re:Invent in Las Vegas, the CTO of the cloud giant's parent company opened up about the career highs and lows of working for Amazon.com
E-commerce sites are being urged to ensure that they have adequate DDoS protection ahead of the vital holiday trading season after attacks ramped up on Black Friday and Cyber Monday
Both hardware firms used their latest quarterly results announcements to share the progress they continue to make in the PC space
Despite today’s abundance of data, most of it remains locked in silos, meaning new governance structures are needed to open it up and unlock its potential value to society
The vendor has been banging the drum over storage getting its channel base to sell more and that effort looks set to continue
The May 2017 WannaCry attack, which disrupted services at one-third of NHS trusts and more than 600 primary care organisations is the closest the UK has come to a national cyber emergency, says the NCSC
Networking player views SD-WAN as a staging post on a much longer journey towards a multi-cloud automated world
In UC news, Tango Networks acquires Simetric Telecom to expand mobile telephony, Speechmatics and Clique partner for transcription service and Jabra intros wireless enterprise earbuds.
A breach of a guest reservation database of the Starwood division of the Marriott International hotel group highlights basic personal data protection failures
It may be long forgotten, but HP once wanted to be in software and spent a lot of money on Autonomy, which was regarded as one of the hottest tech firms
Cyber crime is the most significant harm in the UK, according to the cyber lead at the City of London Police, which is the national lead for online crime
Istio's integration into Google Cloud will give it momentum, but service mesh competition remains fierce, as HashiCorp Consul makes strong inroads with early adopters.
Great business leaders are willing to endure all sorts of pain when they ask questions, says Hal Gregersen, who spoke at the MIT CFO Summit. That's how they solve problems.
The Criminal Courts Review Commission is deciding whether to delay its decision on subpostmasters’ claims of wrongful prosecution until after a related court case
What are the forces driving enterprise AI in 2019? Forrester Research breaks down five, CIO-tailored AI predictions for the upcoming year.
WeWork, one of the premier early adopters of Amazon Alexa for Business, has reportedly shelved plans to deploy the AI voice assistant after a two-month pilot.
A new study from the Ponemon Institute shows enterprises are underestimating the value of their data, including critical and confidential information assets.
Robotic process automation, or RPA, is sweeping R.R. Donnelley & Sons, which enlists RPA adoption as a way to automate repetitive activities in the document preparation process.
News roundup: A Spectre v2 mitigation causes significant performance slowdowns in Linux 4.20. Plus, Dell had to reset user passwords after a data breach, and more.
Built-for-purpose databases target general ones, especially in the cloud. At re:Invent 2018, AWS added time-series and transaction ledger databases to expand its line.
Women leaders in tech are still few and far between. The industry knows it's a problem, but fixing gender inequality in the top ranks won't be easy, according to a recent panel.
The U.S. government's annual engagement survey of 1.5 million employees reported an increase in the overall engagement measure, but a sharp decline in survey participation. Here's why HR pros should care.
Marriott International admitted to a Starwood data breach that began in 2014 and affects about 500 million customers. Experts are unsure about the GDPR implications.
OPAQ is looking for MSPs grounded in networking and security, while Nerdio has launched a sales tool for MSPs offering Microsoft Azure services -- more news from the week.
Following the criticism of the last conference, RSA Conference started a diversity and inclusion initiative that, among many other changes, eliminates all-male panels.
AWS Outposts, the new on-premises hybrid cloud, includes a VMware Cloud version that is not expected to provide NSX as a native option for connecting to the AWS public cloud.
Several touches to AWS Lambda aim to soothe developers' concerns over the serverless computing platform, including the ability to use their choice of tools.
The first round of evaluations using the Mitre ATT&CK framework has gone public, putting on display how different endpoint products detect advanced threat activities.
Too many versions of the FHIR API are floating around, and that could stall healthcare's move to interoperability. Can FHIR's supporters and detractors come together?
Many AWS customers use the bring-your-own-license model. Now, the cloud vendor has given them a tool to ensure they comply with third-party contract agreements.
Jeremy Wright, the secretary of state at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, says the prime minister’s deal with the European Union will be good for UK tech, ensuring free flow of data