Malaysia’s first artificial intelligence park to be developed by a trio of local and Chinese firms is expected to raise the country’s standing in the global race for AI supremacy
Most of the losses went to investment scams as tricksters found innovative ways to dupe victims into parting with their money
Report by O'Reilly media shines a light on how cloud adoption is progressing across the globe, and how this could be affecting follow-on use of other technologies too
Artificial intelligence partnership is designed to reduce the risk of major IT outages and keep the bank’s customers happy
After 15 years leading technology in Leeds, Dylan Roberts is building a digital ecosystem for the entire region, even looking at how digital services can help extend life expectancy for local people
A trading update for Q1 reveals that the growth it enjoyed last year has continued into 2019
A firm going by the name Easy Networks was always bound to catch the attention of the man behind a number of businesses with the same branding
There are still serious concerns about whether or not the 10Mbps broadband USO is fit for purpose, and Ofcom needs to take account of them, according to The House of Lords Select Committee for the Rural Economy
Government department is behind schedule in the selection of suppliers to work on two platforms covering fingerprints, DNA and facial matching capabilities
Vendor claims billions are out there to be made by partners that want to get involved with the latest wireless networking technology
The freedom of the internet is at risk, with the cyber arms race and the industrialisation of hacking are set to continue as attackers move up the value chain to target trust mechanisms, threat experts predict
Another week of personnel movements to chart across the channel as some get a chance to make a mark in a fresh executive role
Larger firms are more efficient at hiring than smaller firms, according to new data. But they also exceed other firms in the percentage of workers who are involuntarily separated.
Israeli startup LightBits offers super-fast NVMe flash storage over plain Ethernet networks in a move that some think will bring “iSCSI for the NVMe generation”
VMware's new cloud service enables corporate users to deploy and manage on-premises environments in both their core data centers and edge locations.
Storware's latest release, vProtect 3.8, provides support for Amazon EC2 backup and Google Cloud Storage, among other updates.
Organisations should see data protection and privacy compliance as an opportunity to build trust with customers, according to startup One.Thing.Less
As enterprise data centers cope with newly generated data, the new Dell EMC cloud platform sharpens VMware tool sets to build, implement and manage storage in hybrid environments.
Threats from cyberattacks and climate change have replaced natural disasters as the main drivers behind companies adopting disaster recovery and make no geographic zone safe.
Almost one-third of UK bosses surveyed in the latest PwC global CEO survey plan to use artificial intelligence in their businesses – but explainable AI is critical
Building on its manufacturing and technology knowhow, Microsoft has teamed up with industrial firms to support the growing demand for smart manufacturing capabilities
Integration of security systems and employee training recognised as key ways to reduce the growing severity of data breaches
Smaller UK companies will see their ability to showcase their offerings at large international events compromised, trade bodies say
Dell Technologies re-brands programme, encourages cross-selling across portfolio
OpenActive, a programme run by the Open Data Institute and funded by Sport England, is intensifying efforts to get nearly 17 million Britons off their sofas and into sport and fitness
Brighton Dome & Festival is to deploy a 5G network to explore future applications for the technology in the arts
OpenStack Foundation executive director warns enterprises off using closed, non-collaborative product development processes to get ahead of the competition
IT and telco player combines existing channel facing operations into a single entity to make life easier for partners
UK firms trail the leaders US and Germany in knowing the most about their partners’ cyber security practices, but most companies globally are in the dark about this growing source of vulnerabilities
Matt Hancock announces plans to give every NHS organisation and community care service access to full-fibre broadband services
A data-led strategy underpins the growth of the public transport app, which sells over 200 tickets a minute and logs more than 80 million customer visits a month
The incoming boss of the body that represents distributors has spoken of his belief that the best is yet to come from that tier of the channel
Fileless attacks are increasingly popular with cyber criminals, while Russia and China top the league of nation state data exfiltrators, threat data shows
The conglomerate that owns Google missed market expectations, despite positive performance in other revenues such as cloud
HPE Cloud Volumes will offer enterprise-class block storage for use with AWS and Azure compute plus a replication store for backup and disaster recovery from the end of May
Under the Dell Technologies Partner Program, channel firms will see more backing to sell across Dell subsidiaries. Many components from the Dell EMC Partner Program remain intact.
Epicor's newly released iScala 3.3 SMB ERP software update includes new reporting and analytics features, a revamped user interface and expanded localizations.
In this Q&A, now-former Snowflake CEO Bob Muglia discusses the vendor's decision to embrace cloud data warehousing and how the industry is changing as more data moves to the cloud.
Even as it plans to winnow away overlapping midrange SANs, Dell EMC adds four capacity models to its Unity XT series designed to broaden support for VMware Cloud.
Dell EMC hopes PowerProtect will modernize its data protection for customers, but what will it mean for its legacy backup products, such as Data Domain, Avamar and NetWorker?
A new version of the SAS analytics platform adds a variety of AI features to SAS Viya, the cloud-based software that SAS hopes will secure its place in the AI future.
SAP cloud revenue was up and S/4HANA added new customers, leading to a strong Q1 2019 earnings report. Cloud revenue for SAP rose in all regions, with especially strong growth in China and Japan.
Excelero's low-latency NVMe flash storage helps Technicolor project teams work on blockbuster films with greater efficiency through concurrent access to data.
Dell EMC wants to turn its hyper-converged infrastructure market-leading VxRail appliance into the leading hybrid cloud building block with the help of VMware Cloud Foundation.
VMware's integration into Dell devices and services as part of the newly unveiled Unified Workspace product could be a boon for IT admins.
Rivals Microsoft and VMware joined forces this week, signing a deal to allow VMware to run natively on Azure, further complicating the coopetition among the top cloud vendors.
Cisco has launched itself into the Wi-Fi 6 market with the release of the Catalyst 9600 core campus switch. Other new Cisco Wi-Fi 6 gear includes Catalyst access points.
NEC partners with Scale Computing to launch its first hyper-converged infrastructure appliance tailored to SMBs and remote offices in the U.S. and Europe.
Since the start of 2018, Facebook has had a seemingly constant cascade of security issues and privacy scandals. Here's a look back at the social media giant's most serious issues.
The UK plans to introduce measures to require that basic cyber security features are built into internet-connected devices
Business needs to get more proactive, collaborative, resilient and analytical to manage cyber risks posed by cyber criminals down to acceptable levels, says former Europol chief
FT Lab offers fintech startups a platform to test out their products in a secure environment
Channel will be “super important” for cutting through complexity, says CEO of the hardware giant
Software industry advocacy group releases framework to facilitate flexible and comprehensive software security assessments
The security player has taken steps to try and help partners increase their skill levels with three specialisations
Tech giants commit to initiative to remove harmful content from their websites but MPs call for further changes in algorithms
Partners delivered growth for the content and collaboration specialist last year and the foundations are building built to support future efforts
New Zealand-based email hosting provider SMX needed to scale up its infrastructure to be able to handle 400,000 mailboxes, and found object storage from Scality fitted the bill
Bahrain wants to be a launchpad into the wider region for financial technology firms looking to scale
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has signed deals with Google and Samsung to power its connected vehicle ecosystem
Meeting mobile needs is key for Infor, which just released its Infor CloudSuite CRM Mobile application for iOS users. The app will provide access to important information on the go.
Docker's deal with ARM expands the container company's reach to include developers who build applications on the RISC architecture for edge devices.
Unify Square will add support for Slack, Zoom and Workplace by Facebook to its IT management software. The vendor previously worked exclusively with Microsoft apps.
The Arcserve UDP update extends the backup software's support to Nutanix AHV and Office 365, with the promise of other hypervisors and SaaS applications to come.
Wendy Bahr has joined Rubrik as chief commercial officer. She will be responsible for the company's efforts with managed service providers, integrators, resellers and tech alliances.
VMware plays a larger role in the Dell EMC storage ecosystem as the vendor rolls out new cloud services to challenge archrival NetApp's cloud storage portfolio.
Acquia's new security and compliance competencies for the Acquia Cloud aim to reduce operational resources, increase data protection and simplify user innovation.
Ochsner Health System's telehealth services include an app that enables patients to video conference with a provider and perform physical exams at home with an examination kit.
Frank Slootman, who led ServiceNow and Data Domain through successful IPOs, is the new chairman and CEO of cloud data warehouse vendor Snowflake, replacing former CEO Bob Muglia.
SAP is gearing up for its annual conference. Experience management and Qualtrics are sure to be on the agenda, but the vendor's recent layoffs and executive moves likely won't be.
A new DHS directive placed new deadlines on patching critical vulnerabilities for federal agencies and experts are divided on whether the timelines are reasonable and realistic.
Docker is working to help enterprises ease their way into using containers with a suite of services and pre-integrated capabilities in products in Docker Enterprise 3.0.
Defence secretary Gavin Williamson has been sacked after leaking confidential discussions over the use of Huawei networking equipment
VMware’s cloud business unit CTO reveals how APAC businesses are using its hybrid cloud service to move workloads to the cloud
Consulting brand focused on innovation and business transformation has announced the winners of its 2019 coding competition run in partnership with Raspberry Pi
Retailer Boots has enlisted Richard Corbridge, former chief digital and information officer for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, to support its digital transformation initiatives
Comms specialist has been on a partner recruitment drive and is looking to keep its indirect business moving forward over the course of this year
Security player highlights the key role the channel has to play in helping customers de-risk their digital transformation projects
Study shows many organisations lack IT security and operations basics, including visibility across their IT operations
Microservice architecture – an approach to application development in which applications are built as a suite of modular services – simplifies development but complicates security, says KuppingerCole
Company experiences shortfall in emerging markets and lower Mac sales, but sees the iPad Pro as a PC killer
Modern cyber security challenges overshadow the information security successes of the past, but several positive trends are emerging as defenders come to grips with new threats, says Deloitte
The Accelerated Access Collaborative initiative is expected to fast-track pioneering treatments and produce multimillion-pound savings to the NHS
In an effort to provide users with unified backup across multiple environments, Pure Storage has expanded its Evergreen Storage Service to provide a hybrid cloud backup system.
More than half of homes in the UK can now receive a broadband service capable of delivering speeds of more than 300Mbps, Ofcom claims
Reforms will include a split into two automated exchanges, which is expected to boost performance and savings while reducing cost of services to customers
ERP projects are notorious for cost overruns and delays. That was the experience of the Manatee School District, which ran into major problems.
Users want more Slack security and compliance controls in the Standard and Plus subscription tiers.
Hertz e-commerce system for consumers at the center of $32 million suit; analysts looking at the detailed complaint spread plenty of blame over both parties.
IT pros begin to evaluate the long-term budget implications of a significant change to the Docker Enterprise pricing scheme.
Impartner's collaboration with Microsoft delivers Impartner PRM for Microsoft Dynamics 365, a PRM sales software that gives users immediate access to direct and indirect sales data.
A new study from security vendor White Ops shows a decline in digital ad fraud, but the company says the battle against cybercriminals abusing ad platforms is far from over.
Microsoft's Build developer conference is set to showcase a range of new services for IoT, AI and machine learning. It's evidence of how developers' palettes and customer requirements have expanded beyond core enterprise IT scenarios.
CrowdStrike added firmware attack detection capabilities to its Falcon platform and also expanded its partnership with Dell to help organizations tackle BIOS threats.
A Docker Hub data breach was top of mind at DockerCon this week, but users mostly waved off its broad impact as enterprises generally have their containers on lockdown.
The new Dell EMC SD-WAN Edge product includes hardware and support, as well as VMware's VeloCloud software.
Employers in the city-state can now use the OpenCerts platform to verify the qualifications of employees and new hires
Research by Tech London Advocates has found investment in London’s tech sector has dropped since the Brexit announcement in 2016, threatening access to growth and talent
Europol-supported coordinated law enforcement approach across Europe and the US was key to operations’ success
Norwegian aluminium giant Norsk Hydro is urging partners to be cautious in the wake of a damaging ransomware attack in March as financial impact estimates come in above initial estimates
Vendor “killing it” with storage market share gains, exec tells channel partners
The Co-operative Bank is looking for talent to support its digital strategy and previous banking and IT experience is not a necessity
The vendor is rolling out a revised partner programme next year and efforts are already under way to make sure the channel is ready for that development
Shadow Cabinet Office minister Jo Platt accuses government of failing to provide leadership to fend off cyber risks
Daniel Hills, group digital product manager for Sainsbury’s, tells Retail Expo the journey his team had to take to eventually launch a till-free store trial featuring its new shopping app
Research from Agilitas IT has found that an increasing number of resellers are going through a transformation process
Traditional corporate security models date back to a time when there were fewer, lower-level threats, but a zero trust model is better suited to the 21st century, according to the originator of the idea
IBM divests itself of marketing automation tools, but they will likely live on as the new parent company combines them with other acquisitions to incubate a new integrated CX stack.
The spotlight at SAS Global Forum 2019 was on the vendor's Viya analytics tools, which are getting new functionality and licensing options meant to spur deployments.
Google has launched CallJoy, a new cloud-based phone service that provides small businesses with automated phone agents for customer service for $39 per month.
Dell Technologies partners may be able to pursue consulting work instead of assembling IT components in light of the vendor's Unified Workspace offering; more news from the week.
Businesses face a July 1 deadline for updating the firmware and permissions of cloud Skype phones.
Google's Chrome OS 74 release includes numerous organizational, accessibility and security upgrades, as well as Android and Linux support, to improve usability.
AI algorithms in healthcare currently regulated by the FDA are static and require manual updates. The FDA is now looking into what it would take to regulate AI algorithms that are dynamic.
Protecting jobs, not replacing people with automation, was an ERP system upgrade requirement by the Industries for the Blind and Visually Impaired. It wanted efficiency without job loss.