The IT services firm claims to have an edge in being less rigid than larger rivals in pushing for specific IT implementation methodologies that may not suit the needs of mid-tier customers
NCSC is probing the large-scale DNS hijacking campaign that has reportedly affected government and commercial organisations worldwide, and has issued defence advice
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is investing in four new projects to drive the number of diverse candidates considered for cyber careers
Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund cash to be used for designing and developing more secure hardware in a bid to eradicate cyber threats
New recruits from “all walks of life” will be trained at one of 12 educational facilities Openreach is set to open across the country
British International Education Association launches Stem competition focused on saving the planet, but experts say more needs to be done to encourage interest in Stem
Research confirms what many in the channel had already experienced with customers hitting the pause button on IT projects
UK businesses are putting billions of pounds of IT investments on hold until they know the terms that the UK will leave the EU
Today is Data Privacy Day and that not only means a chance for the channel to remind users about GDPR but also to discuss the basic need to protect information
On International Data Protection Day, the UK’s digital minister has added her voice to calls by the data protection watchdog for UK firms to prepare for a no-deal Brexit
Another busy few days in the channel with the revolving doors moving at a few firms that decided the time was right to bring in some fresh talent
Despite concerns over privacy and data protection and a greater understanding of best security practices, individuals and businesses are still falling short, a survey reveals
Using LinkedIn social media connections to fill jobs may be harder than expected. A study that examined employee referral software found trouble with participation rates.
Amazon WorkLink enables users to access behind-the-firewall content with their mobile devices and helps eliminate cumbersome VPN and mobile device management setups.
Industries that use Siemens Simatic controllers to automate manufacturing processes have been urged to update software without delay
Analyst Gartner expects organisations to carry on buying more IT to support digitisation initiatives
Adobe is upgrading its e-commerce product by adding AI-fueled image-search capabilities and progressive web application building tools to Magento Commerce Cloud.
New rounds of Rubrik, Veeam, Actifio and Cohesity funding have given these vendors resources to challenge established backup vendors such as Veritas and Dell EMC.
The personal information of 14,200 people with the human immunodeficiency virus was leaked by an American who lived in Singapore
At Cisco Live Europe, extending datacentre capabilities beyond the confines of the physical site to enable app innovation formed the core of a swathe of announcements made by the networking kingpin
Deployments of new technologies are putting sensitive corporate data at risk because organisations are struggling to secure these new IT environments, a report confirms
National Crime Agency is investigating hundreds of suspected users of a distributed denial of service-for-hire site that was taken down by an international law enforcement operation
The vendor is looking to build a global network of certified partners that can help customers embrace more IoT
SAP’s full-year 2018 results show cloud revenue at 20% of the total, which was €24.7bn, while the fourth quarter saw 1,000 customers added to its flagship S/4 Hana
Organisations will have to find new ways of reskilling their workforce as they get to grips with artificial intelligence and other digital technologies. CIOs also need to keep their skills updated if they are to succeed
Digital indoor systems, already being used at airports and subway systems, will help telcos monetise new digital services on 5G networks
A coordinated global cyber attack could have an economic impact of up to $193bn, an insurance industry-backed report claims
The Nordic countries are building strong IT sectors around their green-powered datacentre infrastructures
Skills, funding and the free flow of data are all at risk, says the chartered institute for IT
The IT asset specialist is looking to work more formally with the channel to drive growth and increase the support it can offer partners
The vendor has revealed the findings of global research into the progress in the adoption of digital transformation
Defra report on sustainable digital services shows improvements have been made, but highlights challenges with legacy systems and waste, as well as the importance of departments measuring progress
Research data can accumulate fast. A Spectra Logic tape library stores petabytes for Vanderbilt's research center, and the university plans to use far more backup storage space.
The 'all-you-can-eat' licensing model is meant to help Asigra backup customers by providing a predictable cost and potential savings. However, it is not the best fit for everyone.
Video-sharing website Dailymotion reset passwords for an unknown number of users following 'large-scale' credential stuffing attacks that lasted for more than six days before being stopped.
Dropbox deepened its play for enterprise customers by acquiring e-sign startup HelloSign and targeting a top competitor, Box.
A security researcher found more than 2,000 exposed MongoDB databases that revealed a backdoor-access account operated by the Russian government, according to a report from ZDNet.
Employers who offer flexible work policies are likely to increase their pool of candidates, according to a new survey by LinkedIn.
A new major FaceTime bug can allow someone to hear the other party's audio before they answer the call and the issue was reported to Apple more than a week ago.
A slew of Australian government agencies have switched out SAP and Oracle maintenance contracts for third-party support services
Although most scrubbing services can help fend off distributed denial of service attacks, a more comprehensive mitigation strategy is required to remain unscathed
Working with Civica Digital, the Department for Transport has ramped up the mobile capabilities of its road traffic accident reporting service for police forces across England and Wales
Internet of things researcher says unconfigured internet-connected devices are a largely unrecognised cyber security risk to businesses and consumers, and welcomes the increased likelihood of UK IoT legislation
CEO Tim Cook defends company's battery replacement decision, which makes older iPhones last longer
Businesses may link up with a digital-native business to accelerate their digitisation strategy – but anti-competition authorities are watching
The industry organisation has pulled together its thoughts about what the rest of the year will hold
Bank tools up its employees with the data skills required to offer customised products for customers
Insurance giant is deploying software robots to take over repetitive tasks and free up humans to do more analytical work
Scam that tricked users into clicking on phishing links has affected tens of thousands of victims and has been active for several years, say security researchers
The increase in the secondary phone market means more mobiles could find themselves in the hands of resellers who might not be aware of the need to wipe personal data
SDN deployment varies among service providers and enterprises due to risks, costs and use cases. But, when it comes to SD-WAN, both groups appear to agree about the potential.
Flash storage buyers will find lower NAND prices and more enterprise options in 2019, according to the crystal balls of industry executives and analysts.
Bob Hammer is ready to pass the baton to a new CEO. He says Commvault is in good shape, but the data protection vendor still faces questions and challenges in a shifting market.
Cisco hopes additions and changes to its CloudCenter software will appeal to companies that want to work with multiple clouds.
University of Utah Health extends its Hitachi Vantara storage implementation, adding the Hitachi Content Platform object storage to modernize its data center.
Experts say 'we've reached the point of no return' on cloud storage, as cloud-native applications, private and multi-clouds and Kubernetes gain prominence in 2019.
The number of daily active Slack users surpassed 10 million this month. More than 85,000 organizations now pay to use the messaging app.
Nexusguard found a new DDoS attack technique that targeted CSPs in which attackers used a bit-and-piece approach to inject junk into legitimate traffic and dodge detection.
After moving off of tapes to Asigra software for disk and cloud backup, the Public and Commercial Services Union gained faster restores -- and foiled a ransomware attack.
The latest version of the Cisco APIC controller is designed to bring consistency to managing network fabrics on AWS, Microsoft Azure and private data centers.
Project Debater, an IBM AI system, creates viewpoints with the help of people who type in arguments on topics. That may also help drive future business uses.
The adoption of cyber insurance is expected to grow, but one in three companies still are not sold on the benefits, a survey shows
A top Nutanix executive claims that migrations to hyper-converged infrastructure in the region are under way, fuelled by growing interest in hybrid cloud
Digital secretary Jeremy Wright sets out plans for scheme using data sharing to tackle global challenges such as illegal wildlife trade and food waste
CEO Satya Nadella claims Azure compute services are the starting point for digitisation, as businesses add higher value services like AI
Social media giant reports profit gains for the last quarter and the past year, despite a string of privacy blunders that came to light in 2018
Intruders were detected in the information systems of manufacturer’s commercial aircraft business, highlighting the need for a new approach to data protection
Trade body TechUK is concerned smaller companies are far from ready for a no-deal scenario, while warning that leaving without a deal could lead to serious data issues for businesses
Networking and communications technology supplier Cisco plans to bring intent-based networking techniques to bear on the internet of things
The SIEM specialist has decided the time is right to turn to distribution to increase its presence in the channel
Windows Sandbox integrates directly into Windows 10, which makes it easy for IT and users to work with, but could spell trouble for organizations.
France is building a supercomputer that can perform both traditional high-performance computing workloads and AI-specific workloads. The converged design is becoming increasingly common.
Google Voice for G Suite, a business version of its cloud calling service, will be available in at least nine countries, and its launch could come as soon as the early spring.
Google's NoSQL document database, Cloud Firestore, is now generally available to offer better scale and reliability for mobile and IoT apps and keep pace with AWS and Azure services.
Fujitsu North America agrees to sell Vexata arrays. The vendors plan demos in the Fujitsu Solutions Lab and are preparing reference architecture SKUs for Oracle, SAP and VMware.
Top storage technologists and analysts predict IT organizations will focus on revamping their storage architectures to make better use of data for analytics, AI and IoT in 2019.
Both Facebook and Google were found to be exploiting a loophole in Apple's Developer Enterprise Program for iOS with apps used to gather data on users who installed them.
A security snafu left a server containing Rubrik customer information -- including names and contact information -- exposed. Rubrik claims no customer-owned data was leaked.
The price is right for pure upstream open source IT management software, which also offers IT pros control over their own destiny. But some enterprises aren't prepared for the long-term costs.
Dell has teamed up with CrowdStrike and Secureworks for SafeGuard and Response, a portfolio of endpoint security technology and services, to tackle the shifting threat landscape.
Many enterprises rely on commercial vendors for open source software support, but the open core business model isn't always a solid bet for longevity.
Other business laptops look downright drab next to the newly redesigned Samsung Notebook 9 Pro 2-in-1, which also has the specs to compete with those Windows 10 workhorses.
Culture Amp, an employee engagement platform, has acquired Zugata, an individual development peer-to-peer platform. An initial benefit for customers may be deeper analytics.
Banking group CYBG uses OpenShift to roll out a common set of services and improve developer productivity
Amazon's cloud arm appears to be pulling away, in performance terms, from its parent's company's e-tail business, having generated more operating income during 2018 than its North American retail operations
Outgoing BT boss Gavin Patterson shared some details on the company’s contingency planning for a feared no-deal Brexit as chief executive Philip Jansen formally takes charge of the business
The discovery of billions more stolen usernames and passwords in Collections #2 to #5 have prompted fresh calls for the implementation of better authentication methods across industry
More firms are looking at relocation as a way of avoiding the worst effects of a hard Brexit
Charity dedicated to making thousands of fragile pre-1900 watercolour paintings available on the web has launched its site with help from Fujitsu scanner maker PFU
Digital is becoming a big part of the way customers shop and how retailers deliver services, but the focus will always be on the customer, says panel of experts at BRC event
UK privacy watchdog will audit the data protection practices at Leave.EU and Eldon Insurance and has confirmed fines for both companies for unlawful marketing messages
Having opened its first UK-based Canon Business Centre last year the firm's channel boss is looking into building on that progress
TSB made a huge loss in its latest financial year because of costs it incurred as a result of an IT disaster
Interception of communications commissioner Adrian Fulford
warns of “grave” repercussions for people wrongly identified as suspects due to errors made when government bodies access email, phone and telephone data
The Orange telecommunications group is to acquire UK cyber security firm SecureData to strengthen its leadership position in Europe in this sector
Police say technology is helping to prevent and detect crime by identifying wanted criminals, but privacy groups have voiced their opposition
Google is planning to add warnings on lookalike URLs in an ongoing effort to ensure internet users experience useful and clear warnings while using the Chrome browser.
The new Polycom Studio from Plantronics is a USB video system for huddle rooms. Research released this week shows USB cameras are the fastest-growing segment of the video conferencing market.
Apprenticeships might help to cut the shortage of skilled IT workers and help companies keep pace with demands for new apps and services for their employees and customers.
Federal government data officers grapple with cloud data management, weighing lower cost and efficiencies against security threats and vendor lock-in.
Userful is courting channel partners to sell and deploy its AV-over-IP technology, contending integrators can wrap services around Userful software; other news from the week.
The growing shift from traditional healthcare delivery models to value-based care models that focus on more holistic views of a patient will take center stage at HIMSS 2019.
Cloud giants like AWS have adopted open source databases, causing Confluent, MongoDB and others to guard their assets the best way they know how: licensing.
Cisco has introduced IoT-enabled hardware that companies can manage through Cisco DNA Center. The connection between products takes intent-based networking to IoT deployments.