In a world where consumer experience can make or break a business, companies need to continuously reinvent themselves to stay relevant
The channel ill need to do a lot of hand holding to help more SMEs embrace some of the latest technological innovations
Mobile operating system’s certification accelerates global migration beyond passwords, says Fido Alliance, which seeks to eliminate the world’s dependence on password-based security
Taskforce aims to tackle digital exclusion, which leaves many people in the UK without access to digital technology
The topic of cyber power needs wider discussion, says GCHQ head in a speech about the opportunities of digital innovation such as 5G, as well as the accompanying complexity and risk, with particular mention of China and Huawei
The shortage of women in the boardroom is a problem in the Nordics, like other regions, but work in its tech sector means the future could be more promising
Mobile World Congress saw the usual plethora of smartphone device launches, but this year’s show is more politicised than ever before
The past two years have seen a step-change in the rate at which the European Union is putting legislation in place to support improved cyber security standards, collaboration and sharing of resources, says digital commissioner’s representative
Those hunting growth often look to bring on talent and this last week has been no different
UNICEF's investment in blockchain startups extends its mission and also underscores the particularity of scenarios where blockchain promises to be the optimal solution.
Oracle is being sued over a $4.5 million ERP project that did not go according to plan. That's a common problem with ERP installations, according to a new study.
Worried about slow recovery times and the impact ransomware might cause endpoint devices, Shiseido swapped in Synology Active Backup to reduce recovery time to 30 minutes.
New features in SAP S/4HANA 1902 are meant primarily for manufacturers, but they may be challenging to take advantage of without preparation.
DevOps has reached the mainframe world, where a few enterprise 'unicorns' have blazed a trail with new tools for the rest of the IT industry.
A WinRAR bug that affects every version of the app over the past 19 years was discovered and patched. But it's unclear if the millions of the app's users will get the needed fix.
Singtel and its Australian subsidiary Optus have made one of the first 5G video calls in the Asia-Pacific region
Microsoft has unveiled a version of the Xbox Kinect device for business called the Azure Kinect, which sees and hears its environment
The MSP tools specialist has announced its intention to accept an acquisition offer from Thoma Bravo
UK IT industry lobby organisation releases a position paper contending that digital ethics must become a boardroom matter in 2019
Businesses urged to respond to research findings that the ready availability of hacking tools, wildfire spread of malware and proliferation of cryptocurrency mining has seen a 300-fold increase in social media-enabled cyber crimes in two years
All-flash storage lines hit high revenues and growth rates for HPE and NetApp in their latest quarter results. Hyper-converged infrastructure also does well for HPE, but NetApp keeps mum
Primary schools could become high-speed broadband hubs for rural communities if government plans reach fruition
An in-memory data grid (IMDG) from Hazelcast lets designers tune subsystems to support consistency over availability, or the reverse, depending on what designers want.
An analysis of how the print market fared in Q4 from Context has revealed that more are looking to add managed services to their offerings
The storage player has launched an app market place and increased the support it can offer developers
Here's what you need to know about the new line of Samsung Galaxy S10 phones, including the S10, S10+, S10e and S10 5G.
Attackers could identify the network cell a user’s device is located in and potentially steal its IMSI number
Hybrid-cloud backup appliance provider launches marketplace for applications that can apply intelligence, such as analytics, to data held in backup and secondary data stores
Cloud-based business initiatives are accelerating more rapidly than security teams can secure them, a survey reveals
Security expert Art Manion discusses what he calls major problems within the Common Vulnerability Scoring System and explains why CVSS needs to be replaced.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger explained how the requirements of 5G mobile networks are helping to push more telcos into the organisation’s arms
VMware adds bare-metal Kubernetes and an elite support squad from Heptio, but it's unlikely to get widespread interest with bespoke container orchestration on premises.
Western Digital adds two new enterprise NVMe SSDs as the enterprise and cloud markets shift from SATA SSDs to faster NVMe. The new drives include 64-layer 3D NAND.
Cohesity MarketPlace includes Cohesity applications for secondary storage management, along with third-party choices, such as SentinelOne and Imanis Data.
The FIDO Alliance announced Android has received FIDO2 certification, which will bring the ability to sign into websites and apps with biometrics, rather than passwords.
The DataRobot acquisition of Cursor will see DataRobot incorporate unified search and data collaboration tools into DataRobot's automated machine learning platform.
Eclypsium found IBM SoftLayer cloud services are vulnerable to what it calls Cloudborne, which allows threat actors to make small, but potentially deadly firmware changes.
Two major telcos in the APAC region, China Mobile and Singtel, are working together to help enterprises deploy the internet of things across China and Singapore
John Jackson, CEO of the London Grid for Learning, discusses how the organisation supports technology adoption in schools
Cloud based security and web performance player is keen to expand its UK channel relationships
Nearly three-quarters of UK consumers feel the social platform is damaging people’s mental health, survey shows
Analysts warn of disruption throughout the first half of the year before shortages ease
We take the temperature on cloud-era SME-focused backup products that come as “traditional” software, replication-centric protection environments and hardware appliances
Deal will see M&S take a 50% share of Ocado’s UK retail business, with access to the Ocado Smart Platform
Ride-sharing app Lyft is on a quest to reposition itself as a multi-modal transport company, and is deepening its use of Amazon's cloud technologies to support its work
Tech giant Amazon has committed to creating more than 1,000 apprenticeships at different levels across the UK
Many organisations in the Netherlands are missing out on the benefits of the internet of things because they lack awareness of its potential
Vodafone is using VMware’s telco cloud platform to prepare its mobile networks for 5G in 15 geographies
A new non-profit, cloud-focused trade association has emerged that wants to help prevent financial management issues get in the way of enterprises embracing cloud
With precious little increase in their budgets and large numbers of applications to connect, IT decision-makers admit they are struggling
Department of Health’s Windows 10 contract was the biggest public sector deal signed last year
Weapons technology is among the latest targets of a highly adaptable cyber espionage group that uses a wide range of publicly available and custom attack tools, presenting a challenge to network defenders
The domain name system watchdog Icann has reaffirmed its commitment to engage in collaborative efforts to ensure the security, stability and resiliency of the internet’s global identifier systems
Community Hospital switched to Cohesity backup after scrapping the Dell EMC Avamar software and fourth-generation hardware it was using since 2009, saving rack space and improving performance.
Service providers will buy less information and communications technologies, contributing significantly to an overall slowdown in ICT spending this year and next, IDC said.
Researchers created a new browser-based attack, called MarioNet, that exploits an HTML5 API and can create botnets even after a browser tab is closed or a target navigates away.
With $80 million in funding, the all-flash startup unveils its exabyte-scale Universal Storage system that it claims will make disk storage unnecessary in the data center.
SAP wants to stake a claim in IoT with SAP Leonardo IoT and integration with Microsoft Azure IoT Hub, but observers call the announcement more marketing exercise than anything.
Enterprises can use a variety of software tools to control cloud spending, but they would further benefit from an operational model that aligns IT more closely with finance teams.
IDC monitored the automation projects of over 30 early adopters of RPA in financial services and found that most were unable to scale up their implementations of the technology
Car maker has confirmed its Microsoft-based Automotive Cloud setup will be extended beyond Europe into other key markets to support its push to digitise more of the driving experience for its customers
Email sextortion scams have increased in frequency and scope in the past four months, as well as evolving to bypass spam filters and trick recipients into reading the messages, research shows
Government-backed cyber security innovation centre is calling for innovators to address key challenges facing the cyber security industry, offering a year of bespoke support to scale quickly
After being involved with the data delivery firm the Rigby Group has opted to sell the business to a private equity player
Initiatives in France, Germany and Denmark will support startups working on public services innovations
National Audit Office update on the UK government’s readiness for Brexit identifies processes and IT systems that will not be finished by the 29 March deadline
Supplier consolidation, collaboration between networking and security teams, and security awareness are the top priorities for information security professionals trying to prepare for the unknown, annual benchmark study shows
Campaign from Cogeco Peer 1 to help customers understand that moving to the cloud can be more complex than some might think
TaylorMade Golf's move to Oracle's cloud data warehouse has produced major performance improvements, but other important Oracle workloads will remain on premises for now.
The U.K.'s largest online automotive marketplace put Istio security features in place before it adopted containers and GKE, rather than the other way around.
The LogMeIn products Jive and GoToMeeting will be combined under a new brand, an integration that analysts say is necessary for the vendor to remain competitive.
The latest iteration of VMware NSX-T includes a revamped UI and other features meant to improve its ability to provide virtual networking in hybrid, private and public clouds.
Sensu Go's architecture and monitoring as code prompted NCR to switch away from Zabbix and pass on SolarWinds, as it sought to collect data from 80,000 restaurant customers.
JFrog's acquisition of Shippable gives JFrog another arrow in its DevOps quiver and enables its customers to use an integrated DevOps platform that includes CI/CD.
After two previous attempts, Cisco has issued a third patch for a persistent flaw in its Webex platform, which allows privilege escalation attacks on systems running the software.
Open source bigwig is starting its new fiscal year looking at Unix-to-Linux migrations in markets such as Thailand and Indonesia
BBC analysis of IT outages at UK banks, evident in data mandated by the Financial Conduct Authority since August 2018, reveals them to occur at least once a month at each current account provider
Internet service providers must now tell consumers how fast their broadband service will be before they sign a contract, under new Ofcom rules
A self-taught teen hacker from Argentina has become the first bug bounty hacker to become a millionaire by hacking to create a safer internet
Through partnerships, Alibaba Cloud plans to teach one million women to code by 2030, as well as tackle other social challenges
Research from Investec makes it clear that those that fail to use the channel well are losing out on significant amounts of revenue
Nordea is expanding its relationship with IBM through a deal that will give it access to the skills and resources required to keep pace with the digital revolution in banking
RightScale report suggests Microsoft Azure is closing the gap between it and public cloud market leader AWS in the enterprise, while Google is attracting increasing attention from the C-suite
The cloud specialist is ramping up its commitment to apprenticeships with plans to bring on board a significant number of new recruits
PwC charter Tech She Can Charter has entered its second year after having grown to over 90 organisations dedicated to increasing the number of women in tech
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission has revealed it has 10 active probes into Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, as well as Apple, LinkedIn and Twitter, on its books
Researchers found several popular password managers expose master passwords in system memory, but experts recommend consumers and enterprises should still use the products.
Rackspace data centers have the option to buy Pure Storage FlashArray//X as a consumable service on a dedicated array to facilitate running block storage in clouds.
SAP debuted new versions of its iOS and Android software development kits at Mobile World Congress. They include new integrations and functions for developing SAP mobile applications.
Splunk partners were a major contributor to the vendor's growth in fiscal year 2019. Splunk says it aims to recruit more systems integrator partners in the year ahead.
The Coinhive cryptominer is scheduled to be shut down following a troubled history and experts don't think the company gave the full story as to why the shutdown is happening.
Talkdesk is opening its cloud contact center to on-premises PBX systems from vendors, including Avaya and Cisco -- a move that should help the company win larger customers.
Veriflow's new CloudPredict SaaS provides network verification for AWS and Google Cloud. The product is for companies that need visibility only in the public clouds.
Microsoft is adding mixed reality capabilities for sales departments and for customer service, extending the features beyond their HoloLens headset and onto smartphones.
Azure Sentinel, Microsoft's take on a security information and event management platform, relies on AI for threat detection and competes with the likes of Splunk.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg invited one of the chancellor’s children to Facebook’s office as part of a intensive lobbying programme to influence European data protection legislation