PwC Australia, one of two firms appointed by the government to run the next Census, will build and operate an online form and a website on Amazon Web Services
Contact center technology stacks now include pervasive AI and CX-oriented tools, enabling agents to do a better job more efficiently, said ICMI co-founder Brad Cleveland.
Jitterbit has released Harmony Spring '19, the newest version of its enterprise integration platform as a service. The update includes more than 120 new features.
A new partnership integrating the SAP Logistics Business Network with Uber Freight may help shippers and carriers optimize freight transportation processes.
At its annual developer conference, Microsoft introduced IE mode to Microsoft Edge. The new feature will help IT admins run legacy applications on a more modern browser.
Cisco released a patch for a critical vulnerability in Nexus 9000 switches that could allow a remote attacker to gain root access because of the use of a default SSH key pair.
Microsoft Build's agenda shows the company wants every developer under its big tent, yet has a strong focus on open source and big data analytics.
Odaseva launched Vault, a Salesforce backup product that lets customers store their sensitive data in an encrypted long-term retention layer that's still readily accessible.
Cybercriminals are increasingly taking aim at businesses, according to a recent Malwarebytes report. Security experts weigh in on best practices for defending against malware attacks.
HM Revenue and Customs is to forge ahead with Voice ID despite beginning to delete the largest state-held voice biometric database gathered without consent after UK privacy and data protection watchdog issues order
Civil Contingencies Agency says cash is needed in case of emergencies such as technology failures and cyber attacks
Royal College of GPs says joining up IT systems is essential to enable innovation
Latest quarterly cloud market tracker data from Synergy Research Group suggests sector is maturing, despite Amazon, Google and Microsoft's growth outpacing the rest of the market
£32m tender request will enable ultrafast full-fibre connectivity to more than 1,300 public sector sites in Greater Manchester
SD-WAN player looking for channel growth after doubling its revenue generating partner base
Potential early adopters of 5G say they expect, on average, to pay more for their devices and services, but they expect measurable improvements on 4G from the get-go
Survey shows nearly half of information security professionals are either planning to move privileged access management to the cloud or are exploring the possibility
Pondurance, an MDR services provider, has unveiled a partner program, targeting managed service providers in a market forecast to grow rapidly over the next few years.
A system error that led to Barnet council staff being incorrectly paid is the latest complaint about a back-office outsourcing contract with Capita
Another busy few days across the industry as firms serving various sectors look to bring some fresh expertise on board
A pilot is aimed at reducing project timescales and increasing worker safety, though vehicles are expected to take another two to three years to be fully operating
Blockchain is intriguing technology, but carries with it high system overhead. ProvenDB adds blockchain to MongoDB in an effort to gain acceptable performance.
Red Hat rolled out its long-awaited Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, designed to work across corporate data centers and multiple clouds and anchor its container and AI strategies.
Two new D-Link wireless access points have been added to D-Link's Wave 2 unified AP portfolio. Designed specifically for SMEs, the APs are flexible and scalable, according to the vendor.
The new Cisco SD-WAN for co-location facilities is aimed at enterprises that have dozens of branch offices in major cities in multiple countries.
Pardot Business Units, an automated marketing platform, provides large companies with a way to coordinate and personalize marketing efforts across the business.
For the first time, Google Cloud TPU Pods are available in public beta, enabling machine learning developers and engineers to more quickly deploy and train models.
A raft of expansions across Microsoft's Azure cloud database tier adds capabilities that target high-end workloads and shops that prefer open source options.
Jim Whitehurst claims Red Hat’s ability to support an entire technology stack is valuable to enterprises that want a common platform on-premise and in the cloud
The 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report showed significant increases in cyberespionage and nation-state activity. It also painted a gloomy picture for email threats.
Executives and cloud-based services are gaining popularity as targets for cyber criminals, according to the latest data breach investigations report
Organisations and individuals should think about regulating artificial intelligence to avoid sleepwalking into a future regulated by these technologies, says analyst
Cloud NAS and object storage specialist says customers want “Lego blocks” that allow them to build for cloud workloads, and plans cloud migration tools for massive datasets
At SapphireNow 2019 in Orlando, Florida, CEO Bill McDermott said the gap between what consumers expect and get makes up a $1.6tn economic problem addressed by SAP’s Qualtrics acquisition
Move to Amazon Web Services cloud brings scalability to gaming company that gives part of its profits to good causes
Printers could be a hub for data and compute power and tap into a growing IoT ecosystem
Firm makes a move for pan-European managed security services player as part of plans to take a market leader position
Public Accounts Committee slams government's flagship digital identity service after a ‘catalogue of problems’
There have always been vacancies in the IT world and Q1 has revealed the number of jobs out there
Cohesity bought Imanis Data to integrate its NoSQL database protection into Cohesity's products. Cohesity plans to tackle other modern workloads like containers and SaaS apps next.
Cloud computing giant Amazon Web Services is continuing to expand its portfolio of training programmes and educational initiatives, with its latest one geared towards showing young girls there is more to a career in technology than they might think
Microsoft's new software development kit, Fluid Framework, provides users with real-time editing that can be used across applications and with a variety of formats.
The amount of time spent teaching computing and ICT in secondary schools has dropped since 2012, and the number of GCSE students choosing to take computing qualifications is in decline
Salesforce's new analytics tools for financial services follow AI advancements from IBM Watson and Acquia upgrading customer experiences in retail banking and wealth management.
Research from telecoms regulator Ofcom suggests efforts to encourage consumers to switch to faster broadband services are paying off
Enterprises will consider an OpenShift managed service on Azure as part of a multi-cloud strategy, but Kubernetes won't necessarily make workloads cloud-agnostic.
Concerns raised over the robustness and breadth of the software underpinning Babylon Health’s app amid calls for an inquiry into the tool
Firm indicates that acquisition will have benefits of partners that have worked with both firms
Longstanding cloud-first policy set to be replaced by more "appropriate" guidance to reflect public sector's changing technology deployment habits, CCS confirms
Snow Software's SAM platform has expanded to include new compliance and manageability capabilities for Microsoft Windows, Oracle and Adobe Creative Cloud.
Nutanix prepares to launch its Mine converged secondary storage appliances as it expands beyond primary storage with an architecture that Cohesity and Rubrik have adopted.
The Trump administration has failed to block an Obama-era pay reporting rule. Employers of more than 100 workers will have to submit data to U.S. authorities by Sept. 30.
Google launched the more affordable Pixel 3a and 3a XL phones for $399 and $479, with the aim of providing smartphones similar in quality to the Pixels for less money.
Experience management was the overriding theme at SAP Sapphire Now, where SAP executives talked Qualtrics, experience data and why feelings matter.
After being a no-show at last year's conference, security and privacy improvements were big themes at Google I/O's first day, including discussion on federated learning.
A planned overhaul of the Workplace by Facebook user interface will streamline notifications and prioritize groups and chats.
Adaptive Web, an AI marketing software tool by Act-On, makes real-time content suggestions to increase user web engagement without the direct aid of a marketer.
In a hearing, chairman of the Senate HELP Committee cautioned ONC and CMS officials to go slow if they want to get interoperability in healthcare done right.
SAP reveals deeper cloud partnerships with content management vendor OpenText as both legacy platforms entice long-term clients off on-premises systems and into the SAP cloud.
Infinidat hasn't followed the storage array crowd into all-flash storage, but it is following the trends of adding flexible consumption pricing and storage analytics.
A new Google Firebase update simplifies machine learning app development. The update is part of a trend of making machine learning more accessible for developers to create and deploy.
Software development academy Makers has announced the winners of its first annual list of women in the software development world
A study on the economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux by IDC revealed that the operating system is expected to contribute to business revenues worth 5% of the global economy
Here's a look at three of the Azure-related projects developers got a glimpse of at Build, including a new open source project.
At the Sapphire conference, the head of the largest SAP user group talks about the challenges of convincing an IT audience about the benefits of experience management.
OpenShift 4.1 promises easier container management for IT ops pros, but getting there from OpenShift 3 could be tricky for enterprises with large deployments.
A report suggesting Australian firms are experiencing fewer cyber incidents has left its co-author perplexed with the findings
Northern Ireland is establishing itself as an international hub of cyber security research and innovation, providing growing employment opportunities
NHS Digital has adopted a cloud-first strategy to ensure it has the correct infrastructure in place to support the online delivery needs of its service users
Openreach will ramp up the pace of its full-fibre network build over the next six years, with ambitious targets to bring ultrafast broadband within reach of 15 million homes by the middle of the 2020s
SD-WAN specialist has decided that the time is right to become a channel first company and make a push into the UK market
The need for managed service providers to push the security conversation with users has emerged as one of the key themes of the SolarWinds MSP event in Amsterdam
German stock exchange signs deal with Microsoft that will not only benefit the exchange, but other organisations in the sector that are considering cloud migration
At SapphireNow 2019 in Orlando, Florida, SAP co-founder and chair Hasso Plattner said public cloud is the future as raft of Hana database and analytics enhancements announced
Co-founder of Facebook, Chris Hughes, has published an op-ed in The New York Times calling for Facebook to be broken up, as it faces investigations from the US Federal Trade Commission
NetApp expands All-Flash FAS flagship array with NVMe-connected A320 building block. The vendor claims a 24-node cluster scales to 35 PB of usable storage.
AvePoint Cloud Backup protects about 200 GB of Office 365 data for a national telecommunications group. IT likes being able to run the product 'from anywhere.'
In the battle for HCI supremacy, Nutanix has hyper-converged history and now AHV, while VMware has virtualization dominance and a boost from its parent Dell's server hardware.
Microsoft Teams PowerShell now gives IT administrators the ability to restrict communications between employees, a significant expansion of the app's tools for regulatory compliance.
Unitrends Cloud Backup protects data on workstations through direct replication of endpoint devices to the cloud. UCB also enables direct restores from the Unitrends Cloud.
Holding to the strategy of building a digital experience platform based with open source roots, Acquia acquires Mautic, an open source marketing automation cloud.
Storware's Kodo for Cloud release brings cloud backup capabilities for Microsoft Office 365. Kodo for Cloud is the vendor's first software dedicated to cloud backup.
Solarflare Cloud Onload, a new application acceleration platform, was designed to improve data center efficiency and remove waste from today's cloud infrastructure investments.
SAP announced at Sapphire Now 2019 it is taking its flagship in-memory database platform to the cloud, pushing it beyond enterprise applications and making the technology more accessible.
Red Hat's plans to change the core technology in its OpenShift Container Storage from Gluster to Ceph with an upcoming major product release leaves customers with lots of questions.
Ansible users can expect some key updates around the tool's certified content program, along with more options to assess the performance of their automated infrastructure.
Avaya revenue missed the mark in the second quarter amid operational missteps and rumors of a private buyout. The company said it was considering financial maneuvers as significant as selling itself.
The delayed Emergency Services Network is slipping further behind schedule and is getting more expensive all the time – and the Home Office’s management of the project is to blame, says the National Audit Office
The Home Office is looking for a suitable candidate to fill its newly created high-profile IT role, which will cover Brexit-related requirements around immigration technology
Little urgency to comply with the Network and Information Systems Security Act, which seeks to protect the Netherlands’ vital infrastructure and digital services from cyber attack
Managed service providers are being looked to from customers struggling to deal with increasing complexity
Kosta Peric swapped a life innovating for banks to work on increasing financial inclusion in the developing world
The vendor is keen to get partners moving upstream to deliver hyper converged infrastructure products and services
Understanding hacker techniques and processes is the best way to defend against cyber attacks, and focusing on business risks is the best way to get security budget, according to an ethical hacker
Immigration minister says options are being considered around governance and oversight of biometric technologies use
Le spécialiste du RPA a réalisé une levée de fond conséquente de 568 M$ qui servira à accélérer sa R&D et mener des programmes d’accompagnement et d’éducation dans les milieux universitaires. Des fusions-acquisitions sont également au programme.
O2 has been working with the Wireless Infrastructure Group to enhance mobile connectivity indoors and in public spaces
IT teams tackled containerization, developer self-service platforms and infrastructure provisioning automation in 2018. So, what's next?
Cisco AMP for Networks is now part of the company's SD-WAN product. Cisco also announced this week that it had open sourced its MindMeld AI development platform.
The ServiceNow partner program will retire its Gold, Silver and Bronze tier system and roll out fresh enablement tools; other news from the week.
Cybersecurity giant Symantec is searching for a new CEO once again after Greg Clark unexpectedly resigned from the vendor after three years at the helm.
The University of Alaska's approach to modernizing its HR department began with the elimination of nearly all of its HR positions. It's part of a move to shared services to make IT more efficient.
The cybersecurity skills shortage is putting businesses at risk in a variety of ways, according to a new study. Experts suggest ways to combat the problem.
Microsoft's plans to make Azure more reliable include Project Tardigrade, which keeps running VMs alive even when their host platforms go down due to hardware problems.