The backup, recovery and data management hotshot expects to grow its APAC business by about 40% this year, with an eye on acquisitions in adjacent market segments
Swiss and Israeli cyber security startups join teams from the UK for CyLon’s ninth London accelerator cohort
G-Cloud-listed IT services firm UKCloud has received a sizeable financial boost to support its efforts to cater to the differentiated demands of public sector technology buyers
Law enforcement agencies across the European Union are preparing for major cross-border cyber attacks, says Europol
Another busy few days in the personnel departments across the channel with some fresh faces arriving
Social networking forerunner MySpace confirms server migration caused the loss of content uploaded to its site before 2015
Modernisation intended to address high-profile failures in national screening services will be informed by an investigation on the topic to be published next month
Global server revenues jump as increased cost of components is passed on
Two Qualtrics customers talk about how they've successfully measured employee experience, and how doing so has effectively changed how the business operates.
The vendor has taken steps to make life easier for those partners looking to get involved with Everything as a Service
Trust will be increasingly important in the digital era, and is therefore a key component of new products and services, experts have told cyber security innovators
Facebook's two-year data center overhaul, discussed at OCP 2019, included two new switches: the Facebook-designed Minipack and the 7368X4 developed jointly with Arista.
Industry experts say tape isn't going away and the technology is actually improving. The problem, they say, is vendors aren't talking enough about this 'old-school' backup method.
Accenture-Microsoft business group will deliver industry-specific offerings and consulting services to enterprises that lean towards Microsoft technologies
In its latest 9000Dr appliances ArcServe beefs up processing, RAM and disk to run virtual machines and saves SMEs spending on dedicated disaster recovery hardware
A high court judge heard that the Post Office did not investigate a computer system error that could cause losses, despite being offered evidence
First half numbers from the channel player indicate that a strategy to widen the customer base is delivering
A Norwegian aluminium producer has disclosed that it has come under cyber attack affecting several areas of its business as the firm faces claims of environmental damage
Features supported by a new system enable corporate customers to manage and segregate money, and are part of a wider digital transformation plan to enhance customer experience
Cisco added new capabilities to the Webex Assistant that should make it easier to place calls and join meetings. The vendor plans to roll out additional AI features later this year.
Spear phishing attacks are sophisticated, targeted, costly and increasing in popularity among cyber attackers, a report warns
ERP specialist has turned around losses as the consequences of a two-year operational review start to bear fruit
X Series appliances marry HPE’s hyper-converged hardware with Ctera’s hybrid cloud file server gateway to provide edge compute with storage tiered to the cloud
Consumer bank NatWest is backing female entrepreneurs through a crowdfunding programme
Cohesity’s DataPlatform now makes use of previously dormant backup data with analytics to provide business value and to tackle threats such as ransomware
More than half of European firms admit business disruption and data loss due to cyber attacks in the past 24 months, with UK firms among the most targeted, a survey shows
Zoom Phone works with desk phones from Polycom and Yealink and integrates with contact center products from Five9 and Twilio.
A Norwegian aluminium producer has confirmed a ransomware attack is affecting several areas of its business, forcing it to switch to manual operations
A critical WinRAR bug that was exposed after 19 years is already being exploited in targeted attacks in the Middle East and United States, despite the availability of patch.
Every residential and business property in Salisbury will be able to access full-fibre broadband in 12 months, claims Openreach
Many cybersecurity vendors have embraced AI and machine learning, but CERT Division's Bobbie Stempfley says more work is needed around testing algorithms and validating results.
Wider availability of VMware Cloud on AWS to 13 worldwide regions, along with VMware's adjusted software release cadence, reflects the realities of the cloud and hybrid cloud world.
The theme of MIT Sloan CIO Symposium 2019 is 'leading the smarter enterprise.' We caught up with event chair Lindsey Anderson to find out what that means.
Tableau's partnership with AI speech analytics vendor VoiceBase enables users both inside and outside of the contact center to easily derive insights from speech analytics data.
Advisory body will look at how systems that support decision-making may have inherent algorithmic biases that need to be taken into account
The Singapore-based F&B business behind the Yolé frozen yogurt chain has consolidated its payroll data into a single database powered by Unit4’s HR management system
Peer slams Post Office after High Court judgment reveals its oppressive style of managing the people who run its branches
Acquisitive channel player makes a move to add hundreds of reseller relationships and more cloud expertise
The Criminal Courts Review Commission considering judgment in subpostmasters versus Post Office litigation trial
Email security in UK government organisations is lagging far behind that of central government, analysis reveals, with less than a third implementing standard protection
Report produced by Vodafone urges the government to exploit the potential of technology to alleviate loneliness among older people
A £75m investment will see thousands of residential properties hooked up to full-fibre broadband services
Expansion of Hyperoptic’s ultrafast network targets 20,000 properties in London and the south east
Girls’ Day School Trust has held its fifth annual techathon to encourage more young women to pursue careers in tech
Colt is to deploy Cisco’s segment routing and Ethernet VPN-based architecture on its IQ Network for mobile operators
The combination of Colt's network and Cisco's router technology should make it easier for mobile service providers to provide customers with a 5G offering
A consortium of UK cyber security experts and academics is to support multinational company boards to tackle online threats and protect against cyber crime
Future of Mobility minister Jesse Norman launches “biggest review into transport in a generation”
The European Commission has fined Google for abusive practices in online advertising dating back to 2006
SwiftStack's reference architecture for AI and machine learning bundles Nvidia servers for compute and disk-based Cisco or Dell EMC servers to scale object storage.
Working with MIT and Oxford university, the researchers have looked at how quantum computing can accelerate data classification in machine learning
Ctera and HPE partner on new Edge X Series cloud gateway appliance that integrates Ctera's global file system and HPE's SimpliVity hyper-converged software.
SuccessFactors HCM customers have access to workplace data that gives them a sense for what's happening, such as an employee exit. The recently acquired Qualtrics tech could help reveal why something is happening, but SAP's vision for a complete integration of the two products will take time.
Ransomware attack on one of the world’s largest aluminium producers is under police investigation
Hyper-converged infrastructure maker Pivot3 plans to extend backup for its appliance clusters to additional public clouds and optimise service levels across storage tiers and cache
Infovista has added a cloud-based orchestrator to its SD-WAN product. The latest feature in Infovista Ipanema is meant to make the software more attractive to MSPs.
Aparavi updates Active Archive with customizable data classification and tagging capabilities for easier future retrieval and improved metadata search.
Poly, the new name for the merger of Plantronics and Polycom, has added Alexa for Business to voice-activate meetings on the Polycom Trio conference room phone.
Ten years later, VCE is gone, EMC is part of Dell and Vblocks have become VxBlocks. But the early converged infrastructure stack is still going, with new products coming online.
Mobile UCaaS is the focus of Fuze and Samsung's new partnership. The providers are working to expand the use of collaborative communications for remote and customer-facing industries.
Turbonomic's latest update focuses on not just ensuring cloud application performance but keeping the cost of cloud management in check.
Aluminum manufacturer Norsk Hydro was hit with ransomware that forced a switch to manual operations. The company's incident response has experts impressed.
Researchers from Palo Alto Networks have spotted a new variant of the Mirai botnet that is targeting enterprise presentation systems and digital signage with 11 new exploits.
Cyber attacks targeting a leading web conference tool have increased dramatically and sextortion is becoming more popular with attackers, according to WatchGuard Technologies
The growing chasm between business and IT has hit Australia more than other countries, according to a study on the state of digital transformation initiatives
Two Russian cyber espionage groups are targeting EU governments ahead of European elections, say researchers
Norway's IT sector is getting much-needed government support to help improve access to talent
Openreach has opened a six-week consultation seeking views from the industry on how best to upgrade consumers to full-fibre broadband
Data management player is making this the year it listens more to channel partners
In the run up to his start date of next month the incoming boss at Nuvias already has ideas on what makes a successful distributor
The system's architects blamed failures to deliver the objectives set out in the original business plan on the slow pace of digital transformation across government at a Public Accounts Committee session this week
Adobe Experience Platform (formerly Adobe Cloud Platform) focus of Summit, as analytics, AI and open-data initiatives with Microsoft and SAP converge.
ClubCorp took stock of its IT security strategy last year, which led to freedom from grunt work and renewed focus for the IT ops team.
Vendor continues to add more options for channel partners adding a virtual desktop infrastructure proposal to the list
Pure Storage teams with Nvidia and Cisco to bring out FlashBlade with Hyperscale AIRI, extending its AIRI partnership with Nvidia, while introducing Pure-Cisco FlashStack for AI.
Machine learning will bring change to analytics and data management, said data luminary Michael Stonebraker. Others agree managing such change will take special effort.
AWS Direct Connect pivots toward higher bandwidth requirements and cuts prices on lower tiers to handle customers' seasonal workload peaks and make AWS stickier overall.
The Post Office legal team in the case brought by more than 500 subpostmasters has called for the judge to be recused after questioning his impartiality
The highly anticipated release of Windows Virtual Desktop will provide a cloud-based desktop and app virtualization service, integrated with Office 365 ProPlus and built on Azure.
Microsoft bows to customer demand to keep on-premises Skype for Business for calling and messaging, while using Teams only for cloud meetings.
Juan Villamil, director of enterprise infrastructure and production operations at DWP Digital, discusses how the Department for Work and Pensions tests out new tech ideas
At its user conference in Las Vegas, Oracle demonstrated how voice can now be used to conduct complex business actions, including financial ERP transactions.
The bigger the company, the more challenging it will be to migrate to a UEM system. But, according to Gartner's Chris Silva, the move is a necessary one.
Everbridge has launched an application that provides organizations the ability to manage a critical event throughout its lifecycle through a dynamic dashboard.
A new cloud service lets customers put XenData backup on Wasabi's cloud, making a cheap option for active archiving by taking advantage of Wasabi's lack of egress fees.
With its acquisition of AgileCraft, Atlassian aims to help developers work better together, but also scale their Agile practices across an entire enterprise.
The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services turns to healthcare players for input on promoting EHR adoption in post-acute care settings. But greater adoption may not mean greater interoperability, according to one expert.
Responding to potential threats at a national level is unfeasible given the time ministers are currently dedicating to Brexit negotiations, says shadow Cabinet Office minister
The Science and Technology Committee has heard from the information and biometrics commissioners about the flawed use of live facial recognition technology by UK police
The collated data on the capital's cultural locations is hoped to support local authorities, property developers and associations develop existing clusters and build creative infrastructure
Industry research reveals the problems that customers are having using and protecting their data ten months after GDPR came into force
Salaries and hiring in the UK have remained stagnant since the announcement the UK would be leaving the EU, but the tech sector has not followed this trend
Data protection specialist's EMEA channel boss is looking to renegerise the partner base and work more closely with those that have been in its corner
In a return to the private sector, Bob Brown joins healthcare technology firm EMIS as chief solutions officer
Confidence in Facebook’s ability to keep users’ data safe has once again been shaken by revelations of poor password protection practices, prompting calls for a security review
While marketers ride the hype train around blockchain, Chris Wysopal says there are realistic uses for the technology. And there are blockchain risks that need to be considered, as well.
The Metropolitan Police Service has been secretly developing a new database, but similarities to the controversial Gangs Matrix have raised concerns among data protection and racial equality activists
The chair of the Science and Technology Committee has criticised the government’s vague response to concerns about Huawei’s activities in the UK
Dell EMC storage has taken on more of a 'Dell' feel over the past year, thanks in part to reliance on PowerEdge Servers and spinning out Pivotal Software into a public company.
Lifesize's latest Icon video conferencing systems are designed to meet the challenges presented by smaller, ad hoc meeting spaces, like the huddle room.
Women in technology have claimed diversity is still not a focus for their company in a majority of cases, according to research
Array Networks launches a monitoring and reporting tool that draws data from the vendor's application delivery controllers to pinpoint application troubles.
SoftNAS says a web server and load balancer component it added to strengthen security for its Cloud NAS actually could enable unauthorized access to the web admin interface.
The government is set to start accepting applications for the next iteration of G-Cloud from 25 March, but will it be more of the same or radical change for suppliers and public sector IT buyers this time around?
As business-driven digital transformation, including the move to cloud, continues apace, companies need to rethink their approach to how they deploy and consume security, or risk being left behind
Google Cloud is now tied into VMware vRealize through a plug-in that enables users to manage on-premises VMware workloads alongside cloud services such as Google Kubernetes Engine and Cloud SQL from Google Cloud.
The AWS Digital Customer Experience Competency for content management, e-commerce, service and marketing automation certifies partners for infrastructure and security to create cloud CX.
As process discovery tools enter the robotic process automation market, RPA consultants and service providers can expect their project roles to change; other news from the week.
Facebook learned three months ago that hundreds of millions of passwords were stored internally in plaintext, but it didn't disclose the issue or notify users until the news leaked.
Security researchers discovered the availability of SSL/TLS certificates for sale on the dark web, which allow cybercriminals to disguise their malicious activity as legitimate.
The latest version of the Java Platform, Standard Edition, delivers new features to make developers more productive with the Java programming language.
What do 'Minecraft' servers and enterprise databases have in common? In the realm of Kubernetes management, more than you might think.