More than 280 members of the Krisflyer frequent flyer programme had their personal information compromised by a one-off software bug
Huawei’s Kunpeng 920 processor is geared towards big data and infrastructure applications, marking its foray into Arm-based servers that are set to change the dynamics of the datacentre market
More containers are being deployed in production, but many businesses are unaware if they are secure
Fraudsters stole £1.18m from contactless users in 2018, with the average theft size also increasing
The long-term plan to transform the NHS by using Theresa May’s £20.5bn-a-year birthday present promises use of artificial intelligence, genomic testing and digital GP appointments for all
The semiconductor category grew last year but memory contributed a significant portion of that and there are already signs that position is not sustainable
With the departure from the EU looming, attempts to make customs processes easier has gathered pace
IT workers are set to receive one of the highest pay rises of all professions in the UK this year as competition for their skills increases
Industry body TechUK has found parents are optimistic about their children’s future job opportunities, but many believe a focus on soft skills is needed
BlackBerry is to license its secure software development technology to the makers of internet-connected devices to boost IoT security
HubSpot remembers the financial backing it received as a new company and creates its own $30 million venture fund to invest in startups that align with the HubSpot mission.
Seasonal sales might start in late November but the peak action on the monitor front has now shifted to October front in distribution, according to findings from Context
Board members must be active governance partners in collaborative cyber defence, says US regional information sharing and analysis organisation
High Velocity Sales includes Salesforce tools, such as Einstein Lead Scoring, Lightning Email, Sales Cadences and Work Queues, with more features expected in later 2019 releases.
The latest investment by Equinix in Singapore comes as datacentre operators look to fill vacant real estate arising from intense market competition between 2017 and 2018
Amazon Web Services’ cloud platform to play key role in how public sector organisations procure common goods and services
Android smartphone brands are already preparing to launch their first 5G handsets, but new technical requirements means they won’t be cheap to build, according to analysts at TrendForce
Online reviews site Trustpilot has a huge global readership, and here its site reliability engineering manager shares details of how his team help to ensure its services are always on when its users need them
Growth opportunities for on-premise technologies within the enterprise are starting to feel the pinch from cloud, claims Synergy Research's 2018 market review
Security professionals and developers now have a way to assess the security of their serverless applications with a new open source testing tool donated to Owasp
Here, the former Nokia mapping unit now owned by a consortium of German carmakers, is to integrate Amazon Alexa with its navigation and location services
The Q System One is said to be the world’s first commercial quantum computer. ExxonMobil and CERN hope to exploit IBM’s latest tech
During CES, Intel revealed how it would address the market opportunity in 5G and support AI inference
The UK and London in particular could see IT jobs in financial services move to hubs across the European Union as a result of Brexit.
The distributor has reached out to those working in technical roles in the channel
Extreme Networks is expecting a swing this year in favour of those pitching infrastructure offerings
Consumers prefer to buy gadgets that are compatible with the digital voice assistants they already have in their homes
The National Security Agency plans to release an open source version of its GHIDRA reverse engineering tool during RSA Conference in March, but details about the tool are scarce.
Data management -- on premises and in the cloud -- appears on the rise as a 2019 spending priority for storage pros, while flash arrays and converged infrastructure may have peaked.
Marriott's data breach affected fewer customers than the hotel giant originally estimated, but the breach exposed millions of unencrypted passport numbers.
New Webex Teams integrations with Microsoft's OneDrive and SharePoint are the latest in a series that link the Cisco collaboration suite with Office 365 productivity tools.
The second cohort of companies to benefit from the new London cyber innovation centre will focus on user-centric security and securing supply chains
MicroStrategy's latest BI platform supports a 'zero-click' analytics future with help from new voice and vision capabilities. The aim: quicker decisions and the democratization of data.
Administrators should prioritize an out-of-band patch that addresses an Internet Explorer zero-day before tackling the 47 vulnerabilities corrected by the January Patch Tuesday fixes.
The new and existing datacentres will let Indonesian enterprises deploy mission-critical workloads in multiple availability zones and switch over within seconds
New Datto CEO talks about potential acquisitions and plans to maintain ‘open ecosystem’ for partners
Robert Coles, who joined NHS Digital as its chief information and security officer in October 2018, is stepping down from the role for personal reasons
Amazon’s UK director of public policy, Lesley Smith, has told the House of Lords Communications Committee that Amazon is a “prevalent”, rather than “dominant” force in the cloud market
Government spending with SMEs has reduced rather than increased, some government procurement markets are dominated by oligopolies and the research community needs to be brought into the mix, according to evidence given to the Science and Technology Committee
Email continues to be a top means of initiating cyber attacks with new detection bypass techniques and executive impersonation capabilities continually emerging, research shows
Apprenticeships are becoming a popular alternative to university, but they have a long way to go, Harvey Nash Future Skills Programme event hears
Mobile apps are the most popular channel for banking as consumers swap online platforms for smartphone software
Comms player makes third purchase north of the border to extend country coverage
Partners plan to work on an in-car computer for autonomous driving, and to replace existing in-car systems
CEOs are the most likely target of two-factor authentication phishing bypasses, demonstrated by a security researcher’s proof-of-concept attack
The vendor is planning to outline more details in a couple of weeks but has already indicated changes are coming to make life easier for partners
Toshiba will try to get a jump on rivals Seagate and Western Digital with a new 16 TB hard disk drive that targets cloud-scale users in need of low-cost, high-density storage.
Storbyte Eco-Flash drive technology situates Hydra ASIC chips on drives to prolong endurance in write-heavy environments. Eco-Flash stripes data on multiple M.2 modules.
SAP inks reseller agreement with Kronos, and now offers two third-party workforce management platforms. Analysts say that could be both good and bad for customers.
The European Union will likely re-evaluate its telecoms contracts with BT following Brexit, and cancelling them altogether is a real risk in a no-deal scenario, according to leaked documents
Germany is scrambling to improve its cyber defences before the European parliamentary elections after a student leaked politicians’ personal data
Public sector sites across Fife in Scotland are to receive a transformational upgrade to their broadband speeds
Security industry veteran takes up a strategic role at the distributor to guide future plans
Heat-assisted method of writing to disk looks likely to push HDD capacities to 20TB this year, with 40TB possible by 2023, for media suited to colder data
Artificial intelligence is creating more jobs than it replaces, according to a study of businesses using the technology
4G mobile network coverage along the UK’s motorways has seen substantial improvement, with Greater Manchester’s urban M60 having 100% availability and the Birmingham to Carlisle M6 seeing the greatest growth in coverage
Synergy Research Group's global datacentre market performance tracker reveals which suppliers built the most new server farms in 2018, and where
Just over 40% of customers currently do their grocery shopping online, but with that number expected to rise to more than half by 2021, are retailers doing enough to meet customer expectations?
The storage player has made it clear that its channel approach is very much about quality not quantity
Avord launches platform to reduce the multibillion-pound annual cyber security testing cost that most UK firms say is too high
Organisations including the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Science Museum and the Natural History Museum will take part in a series of government-backed demonstrators creating immersive experiences for audiences of the future
The right to be forgotten should apply only in the European Union, according to the chief adviser to the European Court of Justice
A dramatic price cut for AWS Fargate container management service aims to entice customers to bring workloads to the cloud platform.
In 2019, CIOs should expect to play a major role in delivering a top-notch digital user experience -- for customers, employees and for the sake of the company brand.
A new NetBackup client enables users to back up application data on Docker containers, becoming one of the few products to offer data backup and recovery in the container space.
IBM CEO Ginni Rometty pushed real-time weather data mining for travel and other uses, even as the Los Angeles city attorney is suing IBM's Weather Company unit over its sharing of location data with business partners.
GitHub wants to grow its base with its offer of unlimited free private repositories for users of GitHub's free plan and enhancements to the enterprise version of its hosting service.
IBM finally introduced its first integrated quantum computer that is designed for commercial accounts. But the emergence of commercial apps may take some time.
Colonial Life brought its SQL-based enrollment app into the DevOps fold with a tool from Datical to replace its faulty manual update process.
The healthcare sector is anxiously awaiting the release of federal health agencies' rules on interoperability, but the government shutdown will further delay their release.
New research from McAfee refutes the connection between recent Ryuk ransomware attacks and the North Korean government. Instead, it points the finger at cybercriminals.
Researchers updated their unCAPTCHA proof of concept to be more efficient in bypassing audio CAPTCHAs and be able to handle spoken phrases and not just strings of numbers.
Traditional datacentres are making way for hybrid cloud adoption among Singapore companies, a study finds
Microsoft is making increasing use of artificial intelligence in Sweden as it shares experiences with the development community
There have been plenty of senior appointments made in the last few days in the channel
The government in Norway is launching a regulatory sandbox, which it hopes will help the country's fintech sector catch up on those in other Nordic countries
Despite remaining ahead of other European countries, venture capital investment in UK tech startups has suffered in 2018 due to political uncertainty
Adding to the Intel Nervana chip line, Intel and Facebook are expected to launch in the second half of 2019 a new processor designed to speed up inference.
International law firm Taylor Wessing wants to train staff in artificial intelligence so they can develop AI-powered business systems
Things had been going well in the first half of 2018 but then a couple of negative factors undid a lot of that good work in the last months of the years
Google continues to invest heavily in G Suite for business, adding new features, but the collaboration platform struggles to keep pace with Microsoft Office 365.
Despite the proliferation of cyber security products and services claiming to be driven by artificial intelligence, the application of the technology is being overlooked by research, a study shows
An AWS version of the Cisco ACI controller set to launch this quarter brings consistency in fabric management between private data centers and Amazon's public cloud.
Though quantum computing is still in its early phase, IBM developed technology to help organizations build quantum apps, particularly AI programs.
AWS' DocumentDB managed database service takes aim at the popular MongoDB NoSQL database and stirs up controversy over the rules of engagement for open source software.
News roundup: According to a new report from Politico, Kaspersky Lab aided the NSA in catching alleged data thief Harold Martin. Plus, telecoms are selling customer data, and more.
The impact of the partial government shutdown on federal employees will unfold long after it ends, creating an HR nightmare. Experts say engagement levels, including employee dedication, may plummet and turnover may increase.
MSPs can expect Pulseway to add machine learning-based features and third-party integrations to its RMM software in 2019; other news from the week.
FireEye researchers investigating a DNS hijacking campaign against governments and telecom companies said those who are potential targets of Iran should take precautions.