The supplier of cloud-based integration services has expanded into Southeast Asia following its debut in Australia about two years ago
With the clock ticking to Windows 7 end of support, more than half of the IT professionals who took part in a survey have a Windows 10 migration as their top IT project this year
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre suggests Huawei will be allowed to form core elements of the country’s 5G mobile network infrastructure after all
GT Software gets a chance to get into the UK market via an exclusive partnership with Advanced
Facebook’s UK public policy manager defends its participation in MPs' inquiry into the spread of fake news and disinformation online, which concludes by declaring an end to self-regulation by social media firms
Another busy few days across the industry with some executives deciding now is the time for a fresh challenge
The latest Accenture Technology Vision report calls out 'DARQ' technologies as the new must-have for CIOs and underscores the importance of building digital trust.
Three out of five chief data officers in a Gartner study reported an increase in headcount, though few are measuring the value of their data assets
When choosing a cloud security provider, enterprises will need to consider the level of data privacy and data security risk involved
AI continues to strengthen as a focus for IT systems buyers in the UK, according to this year’s Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities survey, while cloud applications are maturing beyond CRM
Healthcare providers should continue digitisation efforts with security in mind amid looming cyber threats, says a top T-Systems executive
The businesses and startups that will take part in John Lewis’ 2019 Jlab programme have seen selected following a pitch day
Breakfast food brand Kellogg’s is working with Accenture and Qualcomm to test the use of virtual reality to develop a retail strategy for the launch of new products
At the Learning Technologies conference in London, three experts discuss adopting digital learning technologies in their firms
Datacentre managers want to run their sites more like the cloud scale companies
Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei has taken a more combative stance in the ongoing row over the firm’s alleged links to the Chinese intelligence services
This year’s Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities research shows that cyber security and risk management are among the top investment priorities
At the Learning Technologies event in London, Royal Mail’s online learning manager talks about the organisation’s use of virtual reality to help postal workers avoid dog attacks
As Mobile World Congress 2019 nears, Sweden’s Ericsson has been expanding, and expounding upon, its plans for 5G mobile networks
Another free decryption tool is available that allows anyone infected with the latest versions of the GandCrab ransomware to regain control of their files and avoid paying the fee
Central unit will bring together leadership in digital, data and technology to support NHS technology vision and Long-Term Plan
The Bank of England will migrate from its current core settlement system with a 'big-bang' migration before the end of 2025
Flash storage pioneer offers flash-to-flash-to-cloud ObjectEngine on-premise and in the cloud while boosting connectivity between datacentre racks with NVMe-over-fabrics
Lauri Love, who has been accused of hacking into US government computer systems, has lost a legal action against the NCA for the return of his computers and storage device
A number of enhancements to the partner programme should make life easier for the networking player's channel this year
Firm has charted an increase in scanning as SMEs look to try to reduce the amount of paper they are printing
Many users of the Microsoft Teams app were unable to connect to the service through the web and desktop clients for several hours Monday.
MDL AutoMation purchased Imanis Data to gain hourly backups and nightly restores of its MongoDB database -- something that couldn't be done with MongoDB's native backup.
With TruScale Infrastructure Services, Lenovo tries to catch up with Cisco, Dell and HPE, customizing TruScale to a customer's workload and helping customers avoid capital expenditures.
Palo Alto Networks announced its plan of acquiring SOAR vendor Demisto for $560 million to accelerate its Application Framework strategy and beef up security operations automation.
While few businesses are running digital twins in production, Gartner expects two-thirds will implement the technology by 2022
The government says its code of conduct for the use of artificial intelligence and other data technologies in the NHS sets out the data privacy rules of the game for tech firms
The Chinese tech giant is eyeing local and Chinese firms looking to expand operations in the Asia-Pacific region
Department store’s IT leader is bringing a traditional retail business into the digital, omnichannel age
There is little change in the move from private to public clouds, according to Pierre Audoin Consultants – but more IT professionals are using multi-clouds
The cyber security specialist is looking to build its partner network across EMEA after getting backing from an investor
IT professionals from all over the world are being lured to Estonia through a government recruitment campaign
Research from Fujistu has revealed some of the anxieties that customers are going through with the cloud
A think-tank report has branded the UK government naïve at best, irresponsible at worst, over its use of Chinese networking equipment in critical national infrastructure
Nordic countries are investigating the spying allegations made against Chinese networking supplier Huiawei
At a pre-Mobile World Congress event in London, Huawei’s Ryan Ding shared details of the firm’s rapidly expanding 5G mobile portfolio, and laid into his competitors
Vodafone has connected three 5G-enabled smartphones to a live network during trials in Spain
Amazon Web Services hits back at Greenpeace for suggesting it has 'turned its back' on powering its cloud with renewable energy, as a new report claims its growth could be driving the use of fossil fuels in Virginia
A new bundle of StorageCraft backup hardware, software and disaster recovery as a service targets healthcare organizations, which are particularly susceptible to ransomware.
All-flash vendor Pure Storage provides ObjectEngine inline deduplication appliance to reduce data locally and shuttle it to S3-based object storage for analytics, DR and reuse.
Google has pushed its Cloud Services Platform for hybrid computing into beta. The software is based on Google Kubernetes Engine and is geared toward application modernization.
Google Cloud will acquire Israeli startup Alooma in a bid to add to its data migration portfolio. The move follows last year's acquisition of cloud migration vendor Velostrata.
GandCrab ransomware infected several managed service providers, thanks to an old a ConnectWise manage plugin vulnerability, but a new decryptor tool is offering relief to victims.
The talent crunch in Australia and New Zealand has pushed up wages in the IT sector, but more work is needed to foster workplace diversity
Despite clear benefits of adopting the technology, only 41% of enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region have embarked on their artificial intelligence journey
The company has confirmed the attempted attack that took out its email system, forcing employees to turn to other forms of communication to continue working
The government has published its latest guidelines on public sector outsourcing
Fostering trust-based cooperation of like-minded cyber security stakeholders to create new strategies, policies and standards emerged as a key theme at a cyber security conference in Brussels
UK government announces the launch of a state and IT industry-funded graduate education programme in artificial intelligence, comprising masters degrees, PhDs and Alan Turing Institute fellowships
NCSC CEO uses cyber security conference in Brussels to set out his agency’s position on Brexit, 5G security, Huawei, market incentives and international cooperation on active cyber defence
Ahead of Mobile World Congress, operator O2 has revealed further details of how it is planning for the advent of 5G
The telco firm has indicated partners here could benefit from more investment if the ongoing problems in the US continue
While Redis remain open source, higher value modules are now covered by a commercial agreement which limits commercialisation of Redis-based products
C-level executives, lawyers and doctors are the top extortion targets of cyber criminals, a report by researchers tracking thousands of sextortion attempts reveals
Tools will help police analyse case data, link disparate sources of information and develop new lines of inquiry from a single workstation
German university licenses more than 1 PB of Compuverde software-defined storage to consolidate an unknown number of NAS systems from NetApp and smaller vendors.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Juniper Networks have introduced 5G hardware for service providers' network edge.
Enterprises like Pacific Dental and PTC are adopting cloud UC to get a consistent, reliable experience across various offices and geographies without overextending IT staff.
GitHub's bug bounty program for 2019 increases the reward money for researchers who find security vulnerabilities in the company's code.
CrowdStrike's annual global threat report highlights why speed is critical for cybersecurity defenders. Experts sound off on key findings, including the rise of 'big game hunting.'
The ability to gain visibility into what is happening on enterprise networks has once again topped the agenda for network managers and buyers, according to the latest Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities survey
Speaking to analysts about the HPE's Q1 numbers Antonio Neri made it clear that partners play a pivotal role
Nato supports collaboration and cooperation on cyber security as an organisation founded on the principle of collective defence, says representative
Thales eSecurity has announced that it is to sell HSM specialist nCipher, the UK-based encryption firm it acquired in 2008, after spinning it out as a separate business
The National Infrastructure Commission has criticised the government for a lack of progress in addressing mobile network not-spots, particularly along key road and rail links
BlackBerry moves forward with its plans to establish itself as an enterprise security firm, focusing on internet-connected endpoints
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has said America may scale back or cut military and diplomatic ties with countries that use Huawei equipment in national 5G networks
While they debuted few whiz-bang offerings, IBM did roll out a handful of products that allow users to run AI technologies across more platforms, including Power Systems servers and competitor clouds.
Antibias software is a rapidly growing HR market, according to a new report that offers what may be the first comprehensive look.
Read how Accenture and Splice Machine have deepened their alliance, taking aim at large-scale data transformation projects, and other channel news from the week.
Feature upgrades for on-premises Avaya products will roll out in 'very small, manageable' chunks moving forward, the company said. Avaya is looking to more closely align its on-premises and cloud portfolios.
Qlik's acquisition of Attunity is another sign of the BI vendor's data management ambitions -- and may help attract new users that want to unify big data and analytics.
Following years of AI climbing the hype wheel at RSA Conference, the topic is no longer one of the most prevalent as supply chain and infrastructure fears take focus at RSAC 2019.
Facebook planned to use its Android app to track the location of its customers and to allow advertisers to send political advertising and invites to dating sites to ‘single’ people, confidential documents show
The latest version of the Kemp 360 Vision service can apply predictive analytics to data taken from F5 Networks and Nginx load balancers.
Security automation will be a factor when most innovative startup is chosen at this year's RSAC Innovation Sandbox since almost all finalists use automation to improve security.
Google upgrades its cloud-based speech and text products with higher accuracy levels, new WaveNet voice options and support for several new languages.
Eradicating use of pagers will save the NHS £6.6m a year, as Health Secretary Matt Hancock outlines the next phase of his plan to modernise communication in the health service