Digital transformation is well underway among APAC enterprises which are looking to spend more on refreshing their IT infrastructure and technologies that improve employee productivity
Researchers have uncovered clearer links between a North Korean hacking group and a cyber espionage campaign targeting government, defence, nuclear, energy and financial organisations around the world
Danish bank is using artificial intelligence to help it prevent IT outages that could damage its reputation with customers
Lots of appointments this week as some firms shuffle their executive packs in the hunt for growth
RSA Security chief predicts that managing digital risk is set to become increasingly important to organisations as they complete their journeys to digital transformation
Nutanix CEO says HCI sales slowdown is temporary because its technology remains strong; in the meantime, Dell-VMware is pushing HCI deeper into the enterprise.
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project selected SaaS backup through Spanning in order to protect its Google Apps, Salesforce and Office 365 data.
Talon plans to add new capabilities to manage large-scale deployments and consolidate storage in the cloud, including an option for built-in object storage due in Q4.
The Microsoft HoloLens 2 headset is here, with updated specs and new features built from Microsoft's enterprise cloud offerings. It supports Windows Core OS and brings AR to IoT.
The UK ranks 136th in the world for the average cost of 1GB of mobile data, according to new statistics
Boards of many of the UK’s biggest firms must do more to be cyber aware, according to a government report.
In a highly critical report, the National Audit Office says it is 'difficult to conclude' that past decisions to continue with the flagship digital identity system have been justified
Australia has been touted as a leader in 5G, although the promises of the technology supporting the use of autonomous vehicles will not be realised for now
The city-state is has attained the status of a Certificate Authorising Nation, enabling it to evaluate and certify security products under the Common Criteria standard
Spanish banking giant is tapping IT skills from Google through its latest senior tech appointment
Gartner has produced a list of trends for the year ahead and has noted that there has been a reaction to the ongoing skills crisis
US secretary of state Mike Pompeo has reinforced his attacks on Huawei as the firm apparently prepares to sue the US government over its federal-level ban
The acquisition will add delivery management tools to the Civica portfolio and give it more options to pitch around those looking for help with transport and logistics
HM Revenue & Customs is canvassing views about how best to press ahead with the introduction of the IR35 reforms to the private sector, and is urging those likely to be affected by the move to start getting ready
Science and Technology Committee inquiry into digital government told that Treasury needs to offer funding in next spending review to eliminate ageing technology in Whitehall
Juniper plans to acquire WLAN vendor Mist for $405 million. The Juniper-Mist acquisition is an offensive move that fills a hole in the networking vendor's campus portfolio.
ERP has been around for decades, but technology development is not stagnant. Here are some of the biggest ERP trends taking shape in 2019.
Vendors that sell container security tools now face off against traditional security tool providers, as both vie for the attention of IT pros who look to fortify their cloud-native infrastructure.
Alphabet's Chronicle looks to give enterprises a leg up with a new service called Backstory, which will bring context and insight to vast amounts of security telemetry.
Adoption of device-as-a-service offerings is expected to improve as more enterprises migrate to Windows 10 over the next two years
An acquisition of a Swiss reseller will provide the firm with a solid pipeline of business in the country
In the second part of our SD-WAN roundtable the question of skills comes up with it clear that more needs to be done by those keen to exploit the market opportunity
The CRM firm has revealed that it has grown its partner base and seen an increasing number go through certifications
The communications firm has taken steps to increase its global coverage with an operation in Australia
5G technology is among the key security challenges facing critical national infrastructure and all other business organisations, according to the Information Security Forum
If you don't like AWS Instance Scheduler, N2WS says its Backup & Recovery Resource Control console has a better way of turning AWS resources on and off to save money.
AWS has responded to user complaints over feature lag and a perceived lack of organizational support for CloudFormation, its popular native infrastructure-as-code service.
Startup Hammerspace updates product with Kubernetes Container Storage Interface driver and multisite global namespace to facilitate data access in container environments.
SurveyMonkey, by adding website and app feedback capabilities from Usabilla to its survey software platform, now has a more robust offering for enterprise customers.
Microsoft plans to eliminate the Skype Meetings App for Mac next month, despite complaints from users that the move will make it harder to join meetings as a guest.
All-flash arrays command most of the attention, but Infinidat claims its InfiniBox arrays deliver the performance of flash on commodity-priced spinning disk.
The National Security Agency launched its highly anticipated reverse-engineering tool, Ghidra. The free software offers features found in high-end commercial products.
Google AI, the AI research and development team at Google, made GPipe a framework for building large-scale and accurate deep neural networks open source.
Cisco told RSA attendees the need for network security on the factory floor is growing. Cisco says cooperation between IT and operations is key to protecting equipment.
Google Cloud Storage's expanded annual budget framework may give customers more cost savings and control, but they should consider other factors such as vendor lock-in.
At the recent RSA Conference, FBI Director Christopher Wray called for public-private partnerships to fend off cyberadversaries and threats.
Veritas acquired storage monitoring software vendor Aptare on the advice of common customers and will integrate its features in NetBackup and other data protection applications.
A cyber espionage group dubbed Whitefly has been identified as the perpetrators behind Singapore’s largest data breach to date
A budget of £66m from the Ministry of Defence's Transformation Fund has been allocated to a project that will see mini-drones and autonomous vehicles deployed to the battlefield
Juniper’s EMEA channel chief overhauls channel model to focus on top partners
After a storm of controversy and criticism over the way Facebook fails to protect users’ privacy, the company’s chief says he plans to transform it into a privacy-focused platform
Distribution veteran Simon England will take up the role at the start of next month at the EMEA wide VAD
The second trial in a court battle between the Post Office and the people who run branches analyses alleged bugs in the computer system they use
Huawei’s lawsuit accuses Washington of violating the US Constitution by banning it from government contracts
It is National Apprenticeship Week and the channel is doing its bit to arm the next generation with the skills and opportunities to make a difference in the IT world
Use of iris scanning and facial recognition software is part of a wider crackdown on drug trafficking in UK jails
Academics and security professionals are warning businesses that certificates used to establish trust and privacy on the internet are being weaponised and sold to cyber criminals bundled with other services
CIOs in the UK look set to fall behind their French and German counterparts, as Brexit hits tech spending
The UK’s information commissioner remains in the top three data leaders after claiming top spot in 2018 in the DataIQ 100 list of most influential data leaders, but GDPR is not the only focus in the industry
Cryptographers at RSAC 2019 discussed personal data protection laws and challenges, future threats and the pressure for tech companies to work with law enforcement on decryption.
Women’s network everywoman has announced the winners of this year’s everywoman in Tech Awards, sponsored by FDM
Often operating in volatile conflict zones, aid workers are frequently turning to encrypted communication services to protect each other
Former President Barack Obama discusses his approach to problem analysis and forming a team at the Qualtrics X4 Summit.
Widespread digital transformation in the public sector means government CIO responsibilities will change rapidly in the next four years and many of those future roles do not yet exist, says Gartner
Avaya released new video hardware for huddle rooms this week, while also announcing plans to rent certain Avaya video devices through a monthly subscription.
As Vodafone begins trials of a live 5G service in Bristol, Cardiff and Liverpool, the operator’s CTO and general counsel have defended their use of Huawei equipment in Vodafone’s network and challenged its detractors to produce evidence of spying
FBI Special Agent Elliott Peterson gave RSA attendees a behind-the-scenes look at the investigation into the Mirai botnet following the devastating DDoS attacks in 2016.
See how startup NGD Systems' 16 TB NVMe-based SSD can run applications inside the SSD controller to eliminate the need to move data between storage and host.
Red Hat's Quarkus project aims to raise Java up to the cloud and update the popular programming language for cloud-based computing situations and projects.
Microsoft told RSA Conference attendees a zero-trust model is better than firewalls for protecting corporate data -- a stance that some said doesn't go far enough.
At the Qualtrics X4 Summit, SAP CEO Bill McDermott argues that experience data is now central to business success. He promised to build the capability to merge operational and experience data.
Incident response experts say nation-state cyberattacks are so common that they find threat actors from multiple nations operating in the same victim environment.
On International Women's Day some of those women working in the channel have talked of their experiences and urged others to follow their lead
The distributor is continuing to make its move towards higher value business
Equifax chief says firm did take cyber security seriously in a response to a scathing Senate report on the credit rating agency’s 2017 data breach, which experts say highlights failings around open source software
The firm has chosen to celebrate its 20th anniversary by rolling out a partner advisory council
There is a growing awareness of mobile security risk among members of the information security community, but most admit accessing corporate data from personal devices or public Wi-Fi
At this 2019 everywoman in tech forum, experts discussed the connection between the artistic and the technical, as well as the importance of role models in encouraging others into the sector
A new artificial intelligence tool developed internally by Mphasis helps its software engineers to build and prototype solutions at pace by applying AI across multiple stages of the development process
The acquisition of a consulting company is expanding Accenture Industry X.0, while SADA Systems and Wipro are seeking greater focus in divestitures; more news from the week.
The government has announced changes to immigration rules, which will provide two new visas designed to allow skilled talent into the UK
The Supreme Court has opted to reserve its judgement until a later date about whether or not Irish planning chiefs were right to award Apple planning permission for its now defunct plan to build a datacentre in Athenry
With IBM releasing its latest benchmark, the company's quantum computer appears to be consistently, if not slowly marching toward commercial reality.
Facebook and Twitter executives say finding a pattern of malicious activity is more effective in identifying bad actors on sites than looking at the misleading information itself.
Release automation tools will evolve in 2019 to embrace advanced application development and infrastructure automation techniques.
VMware is taking a different approach to firewalls by focusing on 'known good' behavior to better police east-west traffic within enterprise environments.
Cisco Webex will support wireless screen sharing outside of online meetings beginning next month, a feature sought after by customers.
The proposed regulatory framework would coordinate regulators, assess rules and make recommendations to respond to developments in digital services