Urs Hölzle, Google’s head of technical infrastructure, talks up efforts to deliver what he claims to be the first open source cloud stack
Assurance Software's new analytics and dashboard feature allows companies to monitor the health and readiness of their business continuity programs and pinpoint areas of weakness.
BeStorm X, a black-box fuzzer by Beyond Security and Ubiquitous AI, tests IoT devices to identify security weaknesses and vulnerabilities before they're exploited.
The original encrypted BBM app will no longer be available as of May 31 as BlackBerry and Emtek go their separate ways, though the subscription enterprise version is now available.
With no physical data center at launch, pharma spinout firm Bioverativ went to the cloud first and learned valuable lessons about storage protection and management.
Marcus 'MalwareTech' Hutchins, known as being an integral player in stopping the WannaCry ransomware outbreak, pleads guilty to conspiring to create and distribute the Kronos banking Trojan.
Led by China, spending on blockchain technology in Asia-Pacific excluding Japan will surpass $2bn by 2022
The managed print operation that SCC acquired five years ago will now be merged into the core business
A TripAdvisor type system means that customers will be able to click through resellers looking for those with the best skills and ratings
Briton hailed as WannaCry hero finally pleads guilty to charges of writing and distributing malware, but urges security researchers to stay away from the “dark side”
Computer Weekly was on a recent UK press tour of Huawei’s new campus in Dongguan, China. The company is opening up as it faces US criticism for alleged complicity with China’s security apparatus
UK employees have a worryingly casual attitude to workplace communications, underling the need for employers to take steps to counter related cyber attack vulnerabilities
The platform rolled out at Crown Courts in England and Wales a year ago has increased speed and efficiency of online citizen services and saved 100 million sheets of paper so far
The NHS Identity Service pilot enables clinicians to access summary care records on secure iPads
According to US media reports, Apple is spending upwards of $30m a month on procuring cloud services from Amazon Web Services
Vendor claims data analysis offers MSPs differentiation as their businesses move to the edge
An Egyptian government initiative will see thousands of teenagers trained to code in HTML, CSS and Python
Stockholm has thrived as a tech startup hub after out-of-date attitudes to entrepreneurs changed
Enterprise IT pros expect changes to Rancher's Kubernetes management tools to bolster security configuration and UI performance.
Cumulus Networks has revamped Cumulus NetQ. The latest version of the network troubleshooting and change validation software is aimed at a larger segment of the enterprise market.
Customers might appreciate the flexibility of a new AWS tool that pulls in Azure VM workloads but should be mindful of the big picture when it comes to cloud migrations.
Representatives of intelligence agencies from the Five Eyes alliance are to share a public platform in the UK for the first time at this year’s NCSC CyberUK conference
Malaysia has one of the most digitally connected societies in the world, but more work is needed to bridge the digital divide
The UK’s National Security Council has approved the use of Huawei’s networking equipment in parts of the country’s 5G mobile networks in spite of widespread opposition
IDC is forecasting strong customer investments in digital transformation projects but the channel needs to make sure the focus is on more than just spending on tech
Digital marketing platform provider Eagle Eye is leaning on Rackspace to support its move to the Google Cloud Platform
Fast flash storage specialist Pure Storage adds object storage to FlashArray and aims to compete with NetApp on NAS while bringing flash performance to web applications
SAP’s first-quarter 2019 financial results indicate cloud revenue at 26% of total, and 400 new customers for S/4 Hana. Senior executive losses, restructure and Qualtrix acquisition cost bite into profit
If companies want certainty that strategic investment will continue post Brexit, they need to address areas such as technical complexity management, says the chief executive of the Infrastructure and Projects Authority
Customer migration to Amazon Web Services demonstrates challenger banks’ agility in moving quickly to the latest technology
The GCHQ director has outlined the agency’s cyber security mission in the third decade of the internet age at CyberUK, promising to scale up the sharing of declassified cyber intelligence with industry
Amazon Web Services has secured a multi-year deal to provide underlying support for a Ford-backed bid to create an open cloud platform to accelerate the development of connected car services
A panel of CIO experts explore the role of the transformational CIO. Understanding organizational change and being plugged in are big factors.
Online fashion retailer Boohoo.com has seen a spike in revenue over the past year across all of its operating brands, and has announced the completion of several digital projects
The new series is the third generation of the non-volatile memory express solid-state drives from Micron, and offers capacities up to 15.36 TB.
Organisation’s work around tackling the spread of child sexual abuse imagery is being enhanced with advanced video tagging technology and artificial intelligence
Customer data platforms and data management platforms have overlapping features, as vendors vie for marketers' IT budgets. It may not matter, as Adobe and Salesforce join Oracle in the game.
While waiting for Salesforce to release a customer data platform and for Adobe to perfect its newly released CDP, RealCDP certification aspires to validate CDPs available today.
The source code for the Carbanak backdoor was found in a VirusTotal archive two years ago, and security researchers are now sharing the analysis of the source code publicly.
A new Slack integration will give users the ability to receive and reply to Slack chats through email, which remains a cornerstone of enterprise communications.
Cybersecurity firm Flashpoint updated its threat intelligence platform to better address evolving techniques and practices on the dark web, such as encrypted chat usage.
Databricks Delta is now Delta Lake, an open source tool for building in data lakes. Databricks introduced the product at Spark + AI Summit 2019, alongside the upcoming Spark 3.0.
Chinese tech giant is honing its artificial intelligence capabilities to compete against rivals in global cloud computing markets
The national cyber security agency is calling on wider government organisations as well as industry to help scale automated cyber attack blocking systems country-wide
Firm's CFO indicates the worst is over as it updates the markets on its fiscal third quarter performance
Cabinet Office uses NCSC conference to lay out government’s approach to the security of 5G networks, as controversy grows around using equipment from Chinese supplier Huawei
Many teachers say school should prepare young people for working in a digital environment, but a number of schools are underinvesting in technology
Chris Lynch, director of the US Defence Digital Service, has assured staff that the 10-year JEDI cloud project will proceed as he confirms his departure
A couple of pieces of research have made it clear that small and medium firms are in the firing line
Culture secretary tells MPs that a final decision on use of Huawei in UK 5G networks has not been taken, and says government is taking the leak of confidential discussions at the National Security Council very seriously
Telco specialist indicates it is supporting an offer from a large pension fund player to take the business into private hands
The newly created role will sit within the Government Digital Service and lead a 630-strong reporting function for digital, data and technology strategy
Demand for Microsoft’s cloud offerings spiked again during the firm’s third quarter, reports Redmond
New rules will see the introduction of a repository of personal data from hundreds of millions of citizens to support law enforcement across member states
The UK’s cyber security agency and privacy watchdog have agreed to work together to improve support for data breach victims and enhance cyber guidance
In an effort to prevent lateral movement from cybercriminals within the cloud, ShieldX has added East-West security to its Elastic Security Platform for AWS.
Lidington says National Cyber Security Strategy has “revolutionised the UK’s fight against cyber threats”
Microsoft's acquisition of Express Logic is another example of its $5 billion investment in IoT. One expert sees the move as a step toward an end-to-end IoT OS.
Tableau, Mapbox, Exasol and Alteryx commit $4.3m to back anti-malaria scheme in sub-Saharan Africa run by health charity
Widespread abuses of privacy, biometric information and artificial intelligence mean the internet is in poor health, but growing popular awareness of its problems gives some cause for hope, says the Mozilla Foundation
A shift towards online shopping and digital retail technologies has led to a decrease in investment in retail employment
The Event Horizon Telescope team had to find a way to capture, store, process and back up petabytes of radio signal data to create the world's first black hole image.
Pica8's second branch product provides network automation and provisioning. But the jury is out on whether Pica8 Nymble can compete with offerings from established vendors.
Startup Lightbits Labs prepares for an NVMe-over-TCP push, with a storage array designed for AI and cloud applications that uses its LightOS software and proprietary accelerator cards.
Google's hybrid and multi-cloud vision for running stateful container-based applications sparks work on a new API for data and storage management.
MongoDB is buying Realm, the maker of an open source database for cross-platform mobile applications, to boost its Atlas cloud platform and Stitch backend as a service.
The new Slack-Zoom partnership will focus on advancing Zoom calling and meetings in Slack, potentially making the collaboration app a stronger rival to Cisco and Microsoft.
Digilink Limited has released Easier Backup, a program that provides both on-premises and alternative cloud options for Microsoft Office 365 data and file storage.
Slack Workflow Builder gives users templates for creating automated messages and forms in Slack. The product launched in beta this week.
When Experian deployed xMatters, the IT landscape was very different. But the incident management tool's adaptability kept it useful through shifts in tech trends.
With AI enhancements, the new cohort of Sales Cloud features will minimize busywork and increase productivity of sales reps, according to Salesforce.
Databricks' MLflow gets support from Microsoft and new features, including easier model tracking, as the open source tool prepares for its 1.0 release next month.
The Australian arm of global engineering firm Laing O’Rourke signs up for Nutanix to run its core applications on a private cloud
Dutch highway management agency RWS is sharing data with the private sector to stimulate innovation
High-profile General Data Protection Regulation cases in Finland and Sweden have increased the workload for regulators, which are to receive an increase in funding
Smaller businesses find it “impossible” to win public sector tenders while the number of single-bid contracts rises, report says
Storage and networks big guns say super-fast NVMe flash is ready for enterprise users, with performance 10x over existing Fibre Channel and ecosystem in place
Cabinet secretary Mark Sedwill has instituted an inquiry aimed at discovering who leaked confidential discussions about UK mobile operators’ use of Huawei in their future 5G networks to the press
Cyber security experts weigh in on lessons learned from cyber attack experiences, underlining that recovery capability is as important as defence
Amazon's CFO claims slowdown in revenue growth and capital expenditure should not be interpreted as signs of distress for any of its business units, as firm shifts growth strategy to prioritise operational efficiency
Researchers from FireEye spent hundreds of hours analyzing the Carbanak backdoor malware and its source code and were surprised by some of the features it contained.
Citrix's quarterly earnings show an uptick in Workspace and subscription-based revenue. But not all the news was good, as CEO David Henshall also announced the CFO's resignation.
Some changes in the IT services channel with a couple of deals designed to bolster the portfolios that are being offered by SolarWinds and AdEPT
Acronis aims to broaden the services and product integrations available to its partners, thanks to new developer APIs for the Acronis Cyber Platform; other news from the week.
The Underground Asset Register is expected to reduce the costs and safety issues associated with maintaining underground cables and pipes
Customers that opt for service-based consumption have Hitachi Vantara's storage hardware installed in their data center, and the vendor handles management and backup.
According to the FBI's 2018 Internet Crime Report, business email compromise attacks are on the rise. Security experts highlight how BEC scams are evolving.
Facebook faces legal action from Canada after it dismissed regulators’ findings that it failed to protect customer privacy. The firm has set aside $5bn to settle a privacy action in the US and faces a new investigation in Ireland
The NetBeans Java development environment has achieved top-level project status at the Apache Software Foundation, a leading open source software project hosting organization.
Health analytics company Elsevier is collaborating with nonprofit PhactMI to develop an Entellect-powered semantic search portal for healthcare professionals.
Slack revenue reached $400 million in fiscal 2019, with 575 large businesses contributing 40% of the total. The startup will begin selling stock publicly later this year.
Salesforce is trying to gain HR's interest in the prediction services added to its Einstein platform. The vendor says it's not trying to become an AI systems provider, but it sees opportunity in HR.
DCMS launches £2.4m project to support the development of 5G applications for public transport alongside its South Korean counterpart