Nearly half of the kingdom’s deliverables as chair of ASEAN will be focused on spurring Industry 4.0 developments across the region
The Home Office refuses academic and privacy campaigner, Eric King, security clearance for a senior role at the intelligence services watchdog, despite high-level backing from officials
Bahrain is building a technology ecosystem that will help the country further reduce its economic reliance on the oil and gas industry
Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport’s digital identity policy team shifts focus to prepare for the UK leaving the EU without a deal
Using public procurement as a means of boosting cyber security is the top recommendation for 2019, according to a report based on expert views
As January chugs on, the appointments continue to rack up across all tiers of the channel
Amazon shareholders want its board of directors to halt sales of its image recognition service to US law enforcers unless it can independently verify it's not being misused
NHS trust’s new clinical portal aims to speed up access to patient information by allowing clinicians to access data from eight different IT systems
Tech executives sound off on the IT trends they see shaping CIO strategies in 2019. AI and cloud loom large, but the test for CIOs is not just technical.
The Data.gov shutdown shows that, as open data can be turned off, data professionals may need to consider alternative sources for the kinds of data the government offers.
Heptio founder Craig McLuckie, now VP of R&D at VMware following a 2018 merger, anticipates hard work ahead to get enterprises to adopt Kubernetes in their production environments.
A startup claims it has pilots and production deployments in place for its petabyte-scale appliance that provides continuous availability without a cache.
The government should name and shame companies whose cyber security measures fail to protect consumers’ data and firms should implement Active Cyber Defence, an academic report urges
Proposed exception in Copyright Act will allow copying of copyrighted materials for the purpose of data analysis
The French data protection authority has fined Google €50m for contravening EU data protection laws, which has been hailed as a warning for tech giants and other data handling firms
Social media giant challenges a ruling by Dublin’s High Court over a judgment that it says made ‘extraordinary and incorrect’ findings about the US legal system
Following its acquisition by VMware, CloudHealth will overhaul its channel programme
Virtus Data Centres is continuing to build out its colocation footprint within the M25, with five facilities set to open during the next two years
Latest statistics from Which? show the UK’s broadband divide persists, with many areas still missing out on high-speed services despite industry tub-thumping
Five public sector projects will receive funding as part of the third round of the £20m GovTech Catalyst programme, says implementation minister
EE will oversee a three-year deal to transform police mobile capabilities in Scotland, alongside Motorola Solutions, Samsung and BlackBerry
With some customers putting hardware spending on pause, the shift to services has been accelerated
London innovation centre Plexal has announced international partnerships aimed at boosting global cyber security cooperation
The trend of cryptomining replacing ransomware as the most popular money-generating activity by cyber attackers appears to be confirmed by malware stats for the past year
A Connected Factory Demonstrator managed by the Digital Catapult is seeking input from LPWAN and internet of things specialists
Mastercard has been heavily fined for having rules on interchange fees which distorted the EU single market
British retail brand Marks and Spencer has introduced a photo searching capability to its mobile site to help people find products they like using other images
Young hackers in the Netherlands are being rehabilitated through punishments that educate rather than incarcerate
The Veeam cloud backup platform becomes more comprehensive as backed up data continues to shift to the cloud. Updates allow users to move data around easier.
E-commerce platform provider BigCommerce has swapped out IBM and AWS for the Google Cloud Platform to help its users give their customers a faster, more responsive online shopping experience
IBM’s mobile cyber range is kicking of a tour in London to raise awareness around the need for tried and tested cyber attack responses among organisations in Europe
IT monitoring through SignalFx's Prometheus and AWS CloudWatch integrations helps AthenaHealth manage multiple public cloud environments from a central interface.
DerbyCon co-founder Dave Kennedy discusses his decision to close down the conference and what he would have done differently.
NYU is launching a graduate degree program to produce HR quants. The program includes analytical skills, coupled with an understanding of HR tech and human behavior in the workplace.
A Democratic National Committee lawsuit regarding Russian cyberattacks in the lead-up to the 2016 election now also claims Russia attacked DNC systems after the 2018 midterms.
Cloud architecture, analytics and AI data processing are top innovation priorities for new Teradata CEO Oliver Ratzesberger. He talks about his goals in this Q&A.
The Indonesia telco’s data scientists will be provided with data science tools from Tibco to uncover customer insights and improve network planning, among other goals
The model framework will help businesses in Singapore tackle the ethical and governance challenges of AI implementations
US government agencies have been given 10 days to complete a four-step action plan to stop DNS hijacking attacks
HM Courts and Tribunals Service has been experiencing problems with several of its IT systems over the past few days, including secure email and network issues
The channel player has updated investors with a trading statement indicating that it exceeded its own expectations in the last fiscal year
New survey finds that for most businesses, digitisation initiatives are hampered by legacy IT and integration issues
Vodafone and O2 have agreed non-binding heads of terms that will extend their 4G network-sharing agreement to 5G when it becomes available
The all singing and dancing NHS App is now being rolled out publicly across England following a private beta phase with more than 3,000 patients
Virtualisation backup specialist adds tiering of Veeam Availability Suite data to AWS, Azure and S3-compatible clouds, which can now also be used as a repository for its N2WS cloud-native backup
Cloud data management player Rubrik is looking to build a stronger ecosystem with its latest technology partner programme
The time has come for organisations to deploy cryptographically backed strong authentication, according to the Fido Alliance, which seeks to eliminate the world’s dependence on password-based security
Three banks in Finland have hired an IT services supplier to build a shareable core banking platform
The chair of the cross-bench Science and Technology Committee has written to Huawei seeking answers over its activities in the UK
Cohesity backup boosts its anti-ransomware capabilities with a new DataLock feature to prevent unauthorized backup deletion and releases a certified integration with SAP HANA.
TechTarget's IT Priorities survey revealed key security initiatives companies plan to implement in 2019. Experts weigh in on best practices to be adopted.
Facebook’s challenge to a High Court ruling that raises serious concerns about data transfers between Europe and the US is more about appearance than facts, lawyers for the Irish Data Protection Commission told Dublin's Supreme Court
AIOps IP from Perspica broadens AppDynamics' automated root cause analysis features, but enterprises must evaluate IT and business analytics options carefully before they commit.
A new delivery model for single-tenant Avaya cloud UC promises to make it quicker and easier for businesses to migrate users from on-premises products to the cloud.
As healthcare organizations lean toward value-based care, population health management programs will continue to grow as they give providers valuable data analytics.
Cisco has provided AppDynamics integration with ACI, the company's software-defined networking architecture. Cisco expects the integration to help DevOps teams.
New DataCore plugins for Kubernetes and Docker will help customers developing container-based applications and microservices to access its software-defined storage products.
The Google GDPR fine of $57 million marks the first time a major tech company has been penalized under Europe's new privacy regulations. But the fine is less than the maximum allowable penalty.
Accreditation from the Australian Cyber Security Centre will enable organisations to store and process sensitive data in the Amazon Web Services Sydney region
Bank to close 140 more UK branches as in-branch transactions fall and digital banking accelerates
Distributor’s update on the smart technology market reveals revenue growth of more than 65% in the past year
UK businesses are failing to get value out of cyber security because they fail to see its strategic importance and often have a negative attitude towards security professionals, a study has revealed
Latest research from EduServ and Socitm into public sector cloud adoption trends reveals slow response to cloud calls from the emergency services sector
The CEO of Citrix has revealed that the company believes it has only just scratched the surface with its customer base
Following its announcement that it was exploring the use of a fintech platform, Lloyds Bank has been quick to plan customer migration
After just over a decade, Thales eSecurity has announced that it has spun out HSM specialist nCipher, the UK-based encryption firm it acquired for $100m in 2008
Research from the comms player has uncovered not only a strong interest from UK firms in cloud-based UC but also a desire to work with experienced partners
As it gets ready to onboard Red Hat, IBM claims its multicloud business has a lot of potential
The latest crime statistics suggest that cyber criminals are turning their attention to organisations and social engineering attacks as they become more sophisticated
Each year, charity Stonewall releases a list of the top 100 LGBT+ employers. As technology becomes such a huge part of so many businesses, it has slowly begun to feature on the list
Barracuda Networks calls for internet of things devices to be subject to regular security review after researchers detail the application vulnerabilities of an internet-connected security camera
Failure to maintain appropriate security controls has again led to the exposure of millions of sensitive data records, this time from the banking world
NATS is trialling an artificial intelligence system from Searidge Technologies at Heathrow to discover if it can improve the airport’s landing capacity in low-visibility conditions
XenData now offers a service to move magnetic tape backup data to either a newer tape format or to cloud, allowing customers with old tapes to get rid of legacy systems.
In launching a Slack integration this week, Avaya signaled that it would open its ecosystem to the collaboration apps of other vendors.
Enhancements to GitHub Enterprise help enterprise developers schedule, automate and administrate tasks, as the company adjusts course under Microsoft's watch.
Google has expanded its cloud certification program to include tests for developers, security, networking and G Suite.
Enhanced operating licences improve telco’s ability to work with customers in China
Campaign for Stem gender balance calls on industry to encourage more young women into industry roles, and releases resources to keep girls more informed on possible future careers
Former EU data protection supervisor joins the UK’s privacy watchdog as non-executive director, strengthening its commitment to international work
Google’s legal chief claims Oracle’s copyright ruling on Java software interfaces will damage software development
Secretary for education Damian Hinds has said the technology industry should work in partnership with education providers to solve common problems
Startups will receive six months of coaching and take part in workshops, mentoring sessions and networking opportunities with the programme’s alumni
The cyber security specialist has shared an interim first half update that exposes its issues with resources
The UK’s privacy watchdog has been advising UK firms to prepare for a no-deal Brexit and has added some guidance for SMEs
Teams of UK university students are preparing to compete for the second time in analysing the threat of a simulated cyber attack to develop policies and strategies
Research into the financial services market and the public sector has painted a picture of verticals trying to react to change
Vodafone’s UK CEO has said the operator will ‘pause’ its use of Huawei hardware for the foreseeable future
Users of Avaya's contact center platforms now have access to cloud workforce management software through the vendor's partnership with Verint.
Following a string of DNS hijack attacks around the globe, the Department of Homeland Security has directed federal agencies to harden defenses against DNS tampering.
Broadcom explains why its surprising acquisition of CA Technologies can work, citing complementary portfolios and the long-term viability of mainframe software.
Silver Peak's Unity EdgeConnect SD-WAN is certified for AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. Companies can deploy the product from the cloud providers' marketplaces.
According to Avaya, the business communications vendor will reward partners that help build out Avaya cloud business; other channel news from the week.
Achieving interoperability is a major undertaking, something the FHIR standard alone won't be able to accomplish, according to one HL7 organizational member.
Qlik's acquisition of CrunchBot, an AI chatbot, aims to help users of its BI software get data easier and underscores a growing enterprise trend: conversational analytics.
Microsoft's acquisition of Citus Data adds a distributed architecture for PostgreSQL on Azure and expands the cloud platform's array of open source software.
SafeRide's vXRay technology aims to improve security for connected vehicles with unsupervised machine learning. Can it keep hackers out of the driver's seat?
Arrcus has introduced a 400 GbE network operating system, demonstrating a maker of a stand-alone NOS can keep pace with the largest networking companies.