Certis and financial institutions are among those in the city state that are turning to cloud services to gain a competitive edge
The South and Mid Wales Cave Rescue Team has switched on a new ultrafast broadband connection to help its members react more quickly in life-threatening emergencies
The UK intelligence community is seeking to promote a new breed of technology startup to help detect, respond to and facilitate rapid recoveries from cyber attacks on the UK
After four years of planning delays and legal wrangles, Irish Supreme Court dismisses appeal lodged by objectors to the Apple’s abandoned Irish datacentre build
Consumer group highlights concerns that lack of intelligence sharing could leave UK behind in dealing with dangerous electrical problems
Most security professionals believe that although automation can support humans, it will not result in a reduction in job opportunities, a study shows
New tool is aimed at optimising hospital occupancy and saving social care staff “hours of phoning around”
CityFibre has been knocked back by the courts in its dispute with the ASA over the use of the word ‘fibre’ in broadband ads
Another week has passed with plenty of movement made in firms across the channel ecosystem
The latest Windows 10 update, scheduled for late May, will give installation controls back to IT admins. In this Q&A, Dave Sobel talks about why that's important.
With the release of programs like Access Transparency, Virtual Private Cloud and GKE Sandbox, Google aims to improve Google Cloud security and identity protection.
The zero trust security model is more than just products and network segmentation, it’s an architectural design principle with identity at its core that needs to be applied enterprise-wide, says KuppingerCole
Facebook targets journalists and news organisations for computer searches
Formulus Black has resurrected Symbolic IO technology to store data from database and analytics workloads in ultrafast system memory without changing the application code.
Cybersecurity startup Blue Hexagon uses deep learning to detect network threats. Security experts weigh in on the limitations of AI technologies in cybersecurity.
It wasn't easy for Kroger to migrate its customer-facing search engine to Google Cloud, but it happened fast, thanks to proper planning and the right mix of talent.
Thanks to an acquisition, Del Monte Foods' IT had both on-premises and hosted systems, which proved costly and inflexible. It has since moved its IT systems to AWS.
Veritas sells NetBackup as a service through the IBM Marketplace, following the industry trend of pushing as-a-service-type offerings. But not everyone thinks it's a good idea for enterprises.
Events are as important as data in emerging applications underlying many e-commerce efforts. Streams of events tell a company what motivates customers to use online products.
Palo Alto Networks CIO Naveen Zutshi talks up the company’s approach in keeping threat actors at bay
Finding and training tech staff remains an issue and is set to get worse after the UK leaves the European Union, says Barclaycard study
Following Finland’s example, Swedish companies are starting to use a training programme to bring staff up to speed with artificial intelligence
Machine learning model powered by Google Cloud’s AutoML Tables service enables sports broadcaster to predict the fall of a wicket in live cricket matches
NatWest is making it easier and safer for businesses to make payments of any size via a mobile app using biometric authentication technology
Cyber threat actors are advanced and persistent, but firms in the energy industry are using outdated systems and technology to save money, putting them at risk of cyber attacks, warns F-Secure report
The migration of legacy systems to an AWS set-up will precede the design of a real-time early warning centre for the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
Labour MP asks the government about the costs associated with the Post Office Horizon legal battle
John Suffolk, global cyber security and privacy officer at China-based telecoms equipment supplier Huawei, tells Huawei Analyst Summit growth is the best answer to US criticism
Zscaler has found that user concerns around security are closely connected with digital transformation moves to open up more data to employees
MNO is giving old phone boxes in Cornwall a new lease of life with a 4G upgrade
Last year saw an increase in global shipments in industrial focused 3D printers with HP one of the vendors looking to make a growing impression in the market
Biometric login functionality and additional repeat prescription ordering capability are among the enhancements made in response to user feedback to the NHS App
Department has introduced new rules for mass messaging after exposing email addresses of EU settled status scheme applicants
Artificial intelligence-powered applications could help policy-makers and industry leaders manage greenhouse gas emissions and support sustainability initiatives
Software giant claims its efforts to have its datacentres run exclusively on renewable power are progressing faster than expected, prompting it to reassess its own self-imposed sustainability targets
New hybrid cloud platforms, released as a collaboration between Google Cloud and HPE, are available to create similar experiences across both clouds and on-premises environments.
SaaS providers aren't backing up your data for you, and that creates confusion among many IT pros who assume their data is automatically protected in the cloud.
MemVerge's converged storage and memory appliance hitches a ride on Intel Optane DIMMs -- a risky strategy that can pay off if Optane DC persistent memory becomes a hit.
Introducing a telehealth program into a healthcare organization is no easy task. Here, John Chuo from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia breaks down how healthcare CIOs can help get the job done.
Infor has released the Infor CloudSuite CRM cloud-based application, a program for companies to track customer lifecycles, sales and marketing analytics.
Microsoft warned Outlook users who may have had data compromised in an attack using customer support login credentials to access account information over the course of months.
Researchers from Singtel and the National University of Singapore have succeeded in coordinating the paths of photons across a fibre network to drive wider adoption of quantum key distribution
From offering low-cost connectivity to hardware design and integration services, the Singapore-based technology supplier is causing a stir in the internet-of-things market
More servers are being bought by public cloud providers, but these tend to be cheap, original device manufacturer equipment, rather than boxes from HPE, Dell or Lenovo
Indian IT services company Wipro is investigating a phishing attack, which hit some staff email accounts and launched attacks on customer environments
Supermarket chain Morrisons is to launch a second appeal against a High Court ruling that found it liable for a data leak by a former employee
Transport for London has cut off its public Virgin Media Wi-Fi service to disrupt climate change protests
Hybrid cloud-focused clustered NAS provider Qumulo’s C-72T takes advantage of cheaper and better components to start at 72TB and scale to petabytes from a 1U node
Cyber security and risk management will see the biggest increase in spending, but digital transformation of businesses is a major driver of investment, survey shows
A local media report suggests construction of Apple's first non-US datacentre has halted in Denmark over a dispute over missed deadlines by the contractor tasked with delivering the build
BEIS refutes MP’s suggestion of Post Office chairman’s conflict of interest in group litigation case involving Horizon IT system
Nearly a quarter of organisations polled do not run security checks on products, and nearly a third admitted to shipping products with known security vulnerabilities, a survey shows
Both firms have reported customer numbers are up in the first quarter and acknowledged the role the channel has played in getting that result
Apple and Qualcomm have set aside their ongoing litigation and struck a deal to work together on future 5G iPhones, leaving Intel in the lurch
HM Land Registry’s blockchain project is part of a wider digital transformation initiative which aims to simplify and speed up the process of buying and selling property
The unveiling of Google Cloud’s Anthos multicloud management tool dominated many discussions at the firm’s annual developer conference in San Francisco, amid claims that it could change the face of enterprise IT for decades
The channel should have a role to play in helping enterprise customers execute data initiatives
Splice Machine's AI management software ML Manager, shown at Spark + AI Summit 2019, enables users to update their machine learning models with up-to-date data from varied sources.
World-first regulations will see age verification introduced in July and enforced by the British Board of Film Classification. Non-compliant sites risk withdrawal of payment services or being blocked
A Webex add-on will give users the ability to manage the settings of Webex meetings within G Suite for business. It's the latest in a series of integrations between Cisco and Google.
Druva sets out to fill in data protection gaps in Microsoft Office 365, providing an independent backup source for the popular software-as-a-service application.
Level 5, fully autonomous vehicles are a decade away. By then, the tech will be so expensive, that it will only be available on high-end vehicles
New Google Cloud boss Thomas Kurian is putting databases and data management at the forefront at Google. The vendor has forged key data deals, showing a more mature Google Cloud.
Nyansa has added IoT traffic analytics to its network monitoring software. The latest version of Nyansa Voyance monitors the activity of IoT devices in healthcare and retail.
Salesforce enables no-code AI app development, as well as optical character recognition, translation and services to extend Einstein predictive modeling tools into external apps.
Google aims to make G Suite more secure and easier to use in its latest update. One expert sees the added capabilities as Google trying to match the needs of the enterprise.
With private 5G networks, enterprises can expect a wireless local area network type architecture that addresses the limitations of Wi-Fi, says top Commscope executive
A DNS-hijacking campaign targeting the Middle East and Africa may lead to actors more broadly attacking the global DNS system
National airline of United Arab Emirates, Etihad Airways, will improve passenger journeys through automated monitoring
New study argues that the standard could bring benefits to businesses in sectors such as financial services as well as government – but it all depends on high adoption rates
Tech Nation scale-up programme is designed to boost the UK’s cyber sector, accelerate the growth of its top companies and build a robust, cross-industry network
Music streaming service Spotify has opened a new technology hub in London, as part of its push to open offices outside the US and Stockholm
Qumulo's scale-out storage is available as branded NAS appliances and as a software-only license. An integrated NAS fabric replicates data from local arrays to the public cloud.
Red Hat has taken control of two popular versions of the open source Java implementation, so developers can continue to build apps after Oracle's support ends.
CloudBees folds in Electric Cloud and pledges to broaden its focus beyond Jenkins, while customers wait and see how that might impact long-term roadmap plans.
Demand for virtual and augmented reality tools is soaring, and the need to capture expertise from retiring baby boomers may be why.
The Zoom IPO on Thursday demonstrated the strength of the video collaboration market and validated the strategy of freemium pricing.
Epicor users will soon be able to talk to or text their ERP systems through Epicor Virtual Agent, a new AI-based voice command UI that promises to improve productivity.
The new Provider Directory in the InterSystems HealthShare system will consolidate all available information on providers and make it available to users.
A Wipro security incident involving an advanced, persistent phishing campaign has brought additional attention to MSP vulnerabilities; more news from the week.
Google Anthos is the company's multi-cloud management play, but customers and prospects should mull the full picture when it comes to cost.
This news brief details the additional issues around the April 9 Windows 10 update as well as provides a look at Microsoft's Edge browser, built using Google's open sourced web browser Chromium.
Enterprises are having a hard time hiring data scientists, who are scarce and high-priced. But as edge devices get smarter, they may not need them as badly.
A DNS hijacking campaign targeting national security organizations and critical infrastructure may be part of a new trend, according to the researchers behind recent attacks.
During the launch of the Forcepoint Cyber Experience Center in Boston, Forcepoint execs emphasized the need for adopting a new approach to cybersecurity that focuses on the human factor.
HR is turning to AI systems to help rank and sort job candidates. But the systems like these are mostly designed by men, who may unknowingly encode their own biases.
Voice technology enables access to more than 12,000 information items through Alexa or Google Home
UK cyber security agency is urging citizens to improve online safety and password security after research reveals most-hacked passwords and a survey exposes gaps in online security