The founder of Nutanix-owned Frame discusses VDI adoption trends in Australia, including the issue of bandwidth
A high-level committee comprising ministers and private sector security experts will review data security practices and recommend measures to better protect citizens’ data
Facebook chief calls for new internet regulation in four key areas to define clear responsibilities for people, companies and governments, including more GDPR-aligned data protection rules
Regulations that guarantee consumers’ rights to automatic compensation from broadband providers when things go wrong have come into force, and many suppliers have a lot of work to do
Country Land and Business Association urges government to consider broadband-style interventions to improve 4G mobile network coverage in rural areas
Technology, media and creative businesses are leading national economic growth, according to research
The first quarter comes to a close with another flurry of job changes as the channel looks for executives with the experience to help deliver growth
Internet of things threats and attacks are increasing rapidly, but rely on well-known security weaknesses, security researchers discover
Curo Talent has been looking into how recruiters are attracting staff and some of their concerns about keeping them
The founder of digital challenger bank Fidor leaves company as traditional banking parent company tries to sell business
Google SRE veterans spoke publicly about infrastructure automation work, its future and its limitations.
Microsoft has re-branded Windows Server Software Defined to put hyper-converged to the fore, but Azure Stack HCI isn’t totally in sync with the Azure Stack on-premise cloud platform
Companies that want to experience digital transformation success should focus more on culture and less on technology, according to a panel at the recent Digital Transformation Conference in Boston.
Machine learning platforms can bring the lone data scientist into the overall workflow. Updates to tooling also let that data scientist use familiar development interfaces.
The Perth-based institution has been using collaborative learning spaces to better engage students and bring its classes to the world
BMC has reappointed company veteran Bob Beauchamp as CEO as it forges ahead with a strategic shift into multi-cloud management tools and away from its ITSM roots.
The arms race is now squarely in the cyber realm as defence teams and threat actors arm themselves with AI tools
The Welsh government will provide Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus across 1,521 maintained schools in Wales
Multi-billion-euro acquisition gives Thales a global leadership position in digital identity and security
Latest datacentre infrastructure tracker from Synergy Research Group highlights the impact the growing demand for public cloud is having on the market
Subpostmaster claimants’ legal team makes application for the Post Office to pay millions of pounds of costs associated with trial
Deal will add more muscle to a networking and security player that is already one of the largest UK operators
The security vendor continues to take steps to neutralise any fallout that stems from its Russian heritage
Huawei has become one of the world’s largest technology companies by revenue, suggesting the accusations over its ties to the Chinese government are failing to have much impact
Cyber attacks are increasingly characterised by supply chain attacks, counter incident response and lateral movement, research reveals
Aruba ClearPass Device Insight discovers more IoT devices on the IP network than the company's previous product. The software collects better data from the network to ID hardware.
Security player adds more muscle to its cloud platform with acquisition that will add network visibility and analysis tools
Research-led university goes hyper-converged across the board with Rubrik backup appliances and Nutanix in a move to rationalise on-site physical needs and drive to the cloud
Pure Storage's second acquisition builds on its unstructured data focus, as Compuverde's file system software runs in virtual NAS or hyper-converged modes.
Top UK traditional and challenger banks risk exposing customers to email fraud, a study reveals
The latest versions of vRealize Operations, Network Insight and Automation offer tools to help VMware admins effectively manage workload resources and control cloud costs.
Small businesses are faced with all manner of challenges as the government presses ahead with its plan to digitise the UK tax system
Women in cyber security are younger, have achieved higher levels of education and are assuming leadership roles at higher rates than men, a study shows
The Home Office and the Department for Transport are channelling more than £460,000 into fast-tracking the development and deployment of technologies that can detect concealed blades in public spaces
IBM brings NVMe to the midrange with the latest Storwize SAN array, which includes Spectrum Virtualize software bundle for storage management, data protection and security.
SAS' new AI initiative includes a $1 billion investment and partnership with AI chip vendor Nvidia. The goal is to bring advanced AI tech to end users.
IT pros who use Chef automation software have mixed reactions to the company's plan to revamp its software licensing strategy.
New centre in Melbourne will meet growing demand for scrubbing services to mitigate the impact of distributed denial of service attacks in Australia
The Abbyy Vantage platform aims to enable customers to infuse intelligence skills and automation into their content-based platforms, including RPA and BPA software.
The latest version of Microsoft's Visual Studio tool set is no big bang, though it does add incremental and useful features for developers to build apps on any platform.
More edge datacentres will be needed in the Asia-Pacific region to cope with greater adoption of edge computing and IoT when 5G networks are up and running
The first group of startups to emerge from a Manchester-based accelerator programme has contributed new ways of thinking to UK’s GCHQ intelligence agency
The UK government has launched a strategy encouraging technology companies to help schools use technology to reduce teacher workload, among other things
US-based food producer has moved hundreds of servers and business applications to the AWS public cloud as part of a push to modernise its IT estate and boost its overall business agility
Fears that automation will remove jobs for knowledge workers are reducing as opportunities emerge to upskill and eradicate mundane work
IT leaders believe their organisations are highly likely to lose data in the next 12 months due to accidental data breaches
Police and intelligence organisations are working on technologies that will help “sharpen radars” around detecting terrorist intents
The vendor has been rebuilding its channel partner programme and has indicated early next year will see the launch of a revised scheme
The UK government is urging businesses and charities to take action to prevent cyber attacks as the costs go up, despite an overall reduction in breaches, partly driven by new data protection laws
Local business ISP Giganet has started to roll out its own full-fibre broadband services in Salisbury, using Openreach’s new-build network
Storage player looks to formalise relationships with distribution partners across EMEA
NVMe pioneer turned hybrid cloud and “data platform” provider makes a push for the enterprise and wants to take scalps from those selling “1990s SAN technology”
Amazon Alexa for Business now provides companies with templates for programming custom voice commands.
An agreement has been reached to make the app for EU nationals to apply for settlement in the UK work on iOS-based products
Experts are urging users to patch after a proof-of-concept Magento exploit was picked up by malicious actors and used in attempted attacks on e-commerce websites.
Cloud giant is gearing up education technology startups in Australia to develop cloud applications for schools and universities
Cybereason sounds off on the recently discovered 'triple threat' campaign and highlights interesting features of the attack technique used by cybercriminals.
Intel promises lots of speed from the Optane DC persistent memory module it took a long time delivering. It also rolled out a new dual-port Optane SSD and ultradense flash SSD.
At SAP Ariba Live, the company announced SAP Ariba and SAP Fieldglass will no longer operate as separate entities. Instead, they'll be integrated to support intelligent spend management.
5G has clear economic gains and should benefit the nation – not add to the government’s coffers
The CFO from non-profit organisation Kiva explains how the organisation is using distributed ledger technology to close the financial inclusion gender gap
The Post Office will appeal against some of the judgments from the first trial concerning the Horizon computer system used by subpostmasters
Gartner expects organisations moving on-premise applications to the cloud to take on board additional advisory, migration and development services
Researchers have discovered another trove of Facebook users’ details, showing there is still no control over data shared with third parties, potentially exposing Facebook to more regulatory and legal action
Document-based malware spiked in the first quarter of the year, building on a gradual rise in the past year, warn researchers
More than a dozen US-based web servers are operating as the malware equivalent of an Amazon fulfilment centre to target businesses, security researchers have found
DCMS director-general Matthew Gould is to take over as chief executive of the NHSX, with recruitment set to accelerate at the newly formed digital strategy unit
UK government-owned savings bank adds three years to IT services contract with French supplier
New unit at startup hub wants to explore how technology can be applied to address the barriers many people face in participating in society
The UK has turned itself into a global leader for connected and autonomous vehicles, but its position is at risk because of Brexit, a new report warns
NetSuite customers will get a lot of the same tech that Oracle customers on other platforms are getting. This includes Oracle Autonomous Database and its Oracle Cloud Infrastructure service.
The business risk specialist has seen the channel numbers rise significantly since it introduced a formal partner programme 18 months ago
Windows Defender is coming to Mac OS along with a new name. The new Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection is also getting new threat vulnerability management features.
The Symphony app for iOS now supports audio and video meetings. The team collaboration vendor's Android client will get the feature this summer.
Citrix responded to a report of substantial layoffs that a few positions were eliminated during a marketing restructuring and that no leadership or C-level positions were affected.
Unitrends offers up extra compute and memory in low-capacity backup appliances as an alternative to using the public cloud for small companies and remote offices.
Tools such as Unravel and Pepperdata offer a way to measure performance of big data cloud applications, which may aid companies with on-premises configuration issues.
With the Equifax-FICO alliance, the credit giants are offering a combined Data Decisions Cloud suite they hope can solidify their place in the alternative data market.
Dell and Super Micro timed server upgrades to this week's launch of next-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, based on the Cascade Lake chipset with machine learning software.
Pipdig, a blog theme and plugin company, was accused of using obfuscated code to gain backdoor access to customer blogs and launch low-scale DDoS attacks on rivals.
Google Cloud's latest set of instances, optimized for compute- and memory-intensive workloads, underscore customer demand for more powerful cloud infrastructure choices.
Automation Anywhere’s booming business, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region, is a sign of things to come in the new world of work where digital workers can be hired from a bot store
As part of the SuiteWorld dedicated Women in Business track, a host of women with backgrounds in the business world shared their advice for women in a male-dominated environment
If the UK government decides to impose tighter restrictions, or an outright ban on the use of Huawei in national 5G networks, the country faces severe consequences, according to a report
The next few years should bring a steady growth in the big data and analytics market, with most customer spending happening on-prem
European data protection regulations are driving enterprise interest in an approach to security being championed by virtualisation software maker VMware, says the company’s security lead
The Dutch government wants to increase its focus on the artificial intelligence sector, as other countries gain an advantage
LogMeIn Bold360 features new tools that will improve customer experience by streamlining communication, allowing agents to solve problems quickly, and managing bot involvement.
The London Borough of Newham has been fined for disclosing the sensitive personal information of more than 200 individuals that police held information on
Veeam Software's updated Microsoft Office 365 backup program is said to be faster and more secure than previous versions when it comes to backing up the cloud.
Salesforce's Lightning UI debuted three years ago, and the vendor stopped adding features to its predecessor, Classic. Customers cling to Classic, despite a big push for Lightning.
NGA HR is piloting the use of blockchain in a human resources context with the help of Gospel Technology's enterprise data security platform
Cybersecurity partner programs are ramping up with vendors such as Flashpoint, Centrify and Portnox to expand or launch channel initiatives; more news from the week.
More ambition and a mindset change is required to attract more technology talent to the national health service
A lack of visibility into the attack surface, inadequate security staffing and reliance on manual processes undermine operational technology security capabilities, a study reveals
A REST API for SmartBear LoadNinja enables development teams to add load testing directly into their CI/CD workflows to automate performance testing for developers.
As DDoS attacks continue to evolve, planning for DDoS attack prevention and mitigation has become a critical business priority. Radware's Daniel Smith offers advice.
At Aruba Atmosphere 2019, executives said the WLAN vendor plans to improve its cloud services this year with changes to Central, ClearPass, Introspect and NetInsight.
The SAP Ariba and American Express partnership could be a good first step in making transactions more automated and intelligent, according to one expert.
Microsoft Teams media bypass for direct routing customers is now available, but the configuration may be less beneficial to enterprises than an equivalent feature in Skype for Business.
Amazon launching HIPAA-compliant skills for Alexa in healthcare expands the realm of service that hospitals and other healthcare organizations can provide their customers at home.
Security researchers found cybercrime groups using Facebook out in the open for illegal activity and the findings are very similar to an issue Facebook had last year.