Department has securely wiped data from used devices and kept 1,300 tonnes of e-waste out of landfills
There is no shortcut to creating an AI-empowered business, but it is expected that 10% of all IT spending will be on artificial intelligence by 2025
CIOs urged to work with HR to help staff take on new working practices that support digital transformation initiatives
London was the top European destination for international tech talent in 2018, attracting more skilled workers than the rest of Europe, according to research
British Airways confirms its legal proceedings against CBRE have now concluded, on a non-admission of liability basis
For the NHS to capitalise on the digital future, new technologies such as artificial intelligence and robotics will have to be designed into the learning process for medical students
Vodafone has announced the winners of its startup accelerator programme, aimed at helping young companies developing technology for social good
In a survey, just over one-third of women in the technology sector said the lack of gender equality in the industry made them uncomfortable at the start of their career
The cloud comms player has ambitions to increase revenues and is using acquisition as one of the ways of getting there
Clothing and footwear lead growth as UK’s click & collect market is set to hit £10bn by 2023, research suggests
Financial services giant’s investment arm embarks on sizeable investment to support the continued expansion of Kao Data's colocation campus in Harlow
It has been another few days of personnel changes in the industry as firm's of all shapes and sizes
Lauri Love, a former engineering student who won a battle with the US Department of Justice against extradition to the US to face hacking charges, is suing the UK's intelligence agency, the NCA, for the return of his seized computers
Flexible work options are desirable, but not advertised. Hired has acquired Py, a platform used by employers to assess a candidate's technical skill level in hiring. The HR outsourcing market is set to grow.
IBM offers up blueprints for blockchain storage, with NVMe arrays and software for scale-out.
By combining Verint and ForeSee, users can capture customer interactions through SMS and customer surveys, as well as through online traffic and digital channels.
StoryFit data scientists employ machine learning algorithms to gauge film script scenarios' prospects. They use Import.io tools to make data preparation easier.
The discovery of a container utility flaw means IT pros must patch most container runtimes, as well as practice defense in depth and beware of strangers with sketchy container images.
On the eve of HIMSS, ONC and CMS take center stage by announcing proposals for interoperability and information blocking rules.
To get a handle on its AI strategy, GE is making AI more human: It's creating AI bots and assigning them to managers. Challenges abound.
Healthcare organisations in the Asia-Pacific region could lose an average of $23.3m to cyber attacks, including losses from productivity and customer churn, a study finds
Eight years ago, YouTube head Susan Wojcick described eight pillars that Google uses to innovate – but IT pros are still failing to fail fast
Startup that created the secure platform for communication between world leaders at the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit in the Netherlands seeks to revolutionise business mail
The service management specialist has made it two deals in two months so far in 2019
US datacentre hardware firm’s partnership with two Irish organisations will encourage young women to pursue tech careers as STEM competition is launched
Popular social media service provides a rich set of features for cyber criminals, RSA warns
Research from IR35 consultancy Qdos suggests contractors lack confidence in the ability of private sector firms to adequately determine how they should be taxed after April 2020
KCOM has taken a closer look at what is holding back customer innovation
IBM doubles down on its hybrid cloud strategy with tools to help customers funnel data through their chosen cloud platform and apply IBM's AI to it all.
Davi Ottenheimer, MongoDB's head of product security, discusses his company's efforts to prevent accidental database exposures and why so many misconfigurations occur.
Deloitte will add 40,000 staff at its operation in Hyderabad, with IT professionals accounting for a significant portion of employees
Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust aims to become a paperless organisation by 2020
While Project Debater, the IBM AI debate system, lost the live IBM Think 2019 debate, it impressed those who watched the event. Maybe next time, Debater.
Banks are struggling to meet customer demand to open accounts instantly because of legacy IT systems and processes
London private sector network Tech London Advocates has launched a pledge signed by hundreds of tech sector greats to create a million tech jobs in the city over the next five years
The Carbonite acquisition of Webroot is a big play in the SMB market. Carbonite's backup and recovery platform will combine with Webroot's cybersecurity.
Netsurion has introduced a software-defined branch product for retailers, hotels and restaurants. The managed SD-branch, called BranchSDO, includes networking and security.
CIOs attending the CHIME-HIMSS 2019 CIO Forum said they're focused on AI developments, security trends and a better way to build healthcare technology that patients want to use.
With Actifio GO, multi-cloud backup doesn't require backup software or any on-premises appliances. The SaaS data protection is based on the Salesforce model.
Avaya revenue fell short of projections for the first quarter of fiscal 2019, as the company continues to focus on selling more software and services.
Cloud data warehouses see serious data transformation work moving to the cloud. Talend's first integration with Stitch, which it recently bought, reflects the trend.
Two senators called on the Department of Homeland Security to investigate the possibility that VPNs are allowing valuable information to be routed to foreign adversaries.
Administrators should prioritize patching systems affected by a zero-day vulnerability resolved by the February Patch Tuesday updates.
CDOs of London and Helsinki meet at London’s City Hall to sign a city-to-city digital declaration around AI, open data and digital innovation
Digital Transformation Agency dispels some myths around blockchain, calling for government agencies to be cautious about using the technology
Deploying the cloud for primary and secondary storage and backup and archiving project top project priorities in 2019. SAN, NAS and hyper-convergence also prominent
Tech giant Accenture has started using technologies such as augmented and virtual reality to make its hiring process less biased
The technology might deliver cost savings and efficiency improvements but not enough customers understand SD-WAN
Chinese PC maker Lenovo wants to make it easier for enterprises to access on-premise datacentre resources without needing to invest huge sums of money in purchasing it
Secretary of state for health and social care criticises NHS staff who insist on only sending letters to patients, and says modern, secure communications will save lives
Not-for-profit trade organisation Manchester digital has launched a campaign to encourage more young women to pursue STEM careers
Tableau's new Ask Data software uses natural language processing to enable users of any skill level to more easily search for data insights by typing text queries.
A new framework for building third-party apps for Slack could help developers design simpler, more interactive Slack integrations.
Public cloud infrastructure as a service sounds good on paper, but a survey has found that many IT professionals are seriously overspending
Dell EMC Isilon F810 all-flash NAS array and ClarityNow software tackle unstructured file data through increased performance and data reduction over previous versions.
IBM's Code and Response challenge builds on last year's Call for Code to apply open source development efforts to actual natural disasters.
Changes to AWS' program for managed service providers challenge MSPs to raise their standards through certifications, audits and customer input.
Dunkin' sent a security alert to customers warning of potentially malicious access of accounts due to the second credential stuffing attack in less than three months.
IBM cloud users gain low-code options, as Mendix's re-engineered platform natively integrates with IBM Cloud services, particularly Watson AI and Kubernetes container orchestration.
LinkedIn's use of AI requires the sharing of data. It is one reason why the company is combining its talent tools into one system, called the Intelligent Hiring Experience.
SnapRoute has introduced a network operating system for cloud environments. The cloud NOS, called Cloud Native Network OS, uses Kubernetes for network orchestration.
Big Blue's decision to revert to an old IBM sales strategy -- selling products and co-creating packages with users -- could better position the company in hybrid cloud and AI markets.
Yitu Healthcare claims over 90% accuracy when diagnosing a range of pediatric diseases using a natural language processing system
Action is needed if fintechs set up by women are to receive the same level of venture capitalist backing as those set up by men
The UK regional heat for NTT Data's Open Innovation Contest has been won by startup GeoSpock
Chuck Robbins has been speaking about the networking business’ resilience in the face of multiple geopolitical trends and crises, and says his customers just can’t stop spending
Search giant Google sets its sights on expanding its presence across the US during 2019 to accommodate the demand for its consumer and enterprise-focused internet and cloud services
A previous HMRC pilot of distributed ledger technology will not provide any short-term solution to issues around UK borders after Brexit
The channel player has become the first in the UK to gain the IoT certified status just a month after the scheme was launched
Cloud Industry Forum and Ingram Micro Cloud urge resellers to do more to help users overcome hurdles holding back emerging tech adoption
IBM is helping legendary US motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson to get its motor running with a cloud-based service for a new electric bike
Motoring and bicycles retailer is growing its use of cloud, expanding on data analytics and exploring new technologies such as artificial intelligence
Experts say new Commvault CEO Sanjay Mirchandani is qualified for his new job, while the vendor still has some challenges to overcome in the face of a competitive, dynamic market.
The Tolcarn Observatory near St Austell in Cornwall is putting its money where its mouth is and using satellite broadband to enhance its research work and educational outreach
HPE GM of storage Milan Shetti outlines plans to add support for partners' storage products in its InfoSight predictive analytics platform and talks up its AI operations-centric strategy.
Linkerd's maintainers admit it has a narrower range of features than buzz machine Istio. But after failed attempts to set up Istio, some early adopters believe less is more.
Container defense in depth is a hot topic, and some IT pros approach it with a combination of third-party container security tools and service mesh security features.
The Presto engine arose as an alternative to Hive for big data queries. Now, the Presto Software Foundation has formed to promote the SQL query software's virtues.
OpenScale, a new IBM AI product, enables organizations to monitor their AI models. Global services provider KPMG is using OpenScale to help power its own AI monitoring tool.
Three’s trial 5G network will enable the world’s first augmented reality fashion show at Central Saint Martins, while consumers can test out a prototype network at its flagship store
Security industry association sets up Professional Development Institute to extend training offerings beyond certification
Spanish bank begins roll-out of ATMs equipped with facial recognition technology, but customers can still use card and PIN
Will Hayes discusses Lucidworks’ Asian expansion plans, as well as efforts to help enterprises deliver rich data experiences for employees and customers through AI-augmented search engines
The latest Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities survey shows that IT professionals are deploying business process automation, but application programming interfaces are not far behind
Cyber security professionals are under growing pressure from workloads and budget deficits, a study has revealed
Newly proposed rules from CMS and ONC aren't just about fostering interoperability and patient data access, they're also about creating a competitive healthcare market.
More than two-thirds of employees share passwords with colleagues, research reveals. Experts sound off on what's fueling poor password practices and how to solve the problem.
Retiring founder of NetApp Dave Hitz says the vendor is well-positioned for industrywide storage transitions, but recent sales results show challenges remain.
Cybereason's Nocturnus Research team has discovered a new strain of the Astaroth Trojan that attacks antivirus software to steal credentials.
Cisco earnings and revenue show customers are putting aside global uncertainties and buying into the company's shift toward a more software-centric form of networking.
Channel companies have an opportunity to broaden their managed services offerings, according to new studies from Kaseya and SolarWinds; more news from the week.
Oracle has made it easier for customers to choose and launch third-party software onto its cloud. Now, the question is whether more businesses will follow.
Implementing RPA requires planning and coordination between multiple parts of the business to be effective. Execs at IBM Think share tips on how to craft a winning RPA strategy.
Google this week attributed security improvements in Google Play to both automated processes and human reviewers. The improvements include stopping bad apps from being published.
Zoho's next generation office application software seeks to integrate business groups to contextualize the workplace with AI, according to the company.