A survey reveals that Australian firms will require 35,000 IT workers this year, but they are not getting the talent they need
Standalone networks will deliver the full suite of enterprise 5G capabilities, including network slicing and low latency connections for internet of things applications
The Court of Appeal has refused the Post Office’s application to appeal a major decision in the Horizon IT trial
The Premier League club’s state-of-the-art new stadium is claimed to be the most technologically advanced in the world – its IT leader takes us behind the scenes
Operations director at NHS England Matthew Swindells has handed over his IT duties to the chief executive at the new digital unit, Matthew Gould
National health bodies do not have full visibility of all the patients who need screenings, and a replacement system faces further delay, a new PAC report has found
Even with a bank holiday last week the appointments kept coming in the channel
Audio visual distributor updates on its progress at an AGM that indicates that acquisition remains an option
A long-overdue cyber security standard for the manufacturer of surveillance cameras is on track for an official launch in June
Healthcare organizations will pay less for HIPAA violation fines annually under Health and Human Services' new fines structure, but security should still be top of mind for CIOs.
New incumbent Ian Bromwich joins HSBC from Lloyds Banking Group
Lenovo brings AMD CPUs to its ThinkPad portfolio. AMD Ryzen Pro processors will appear in the T495, T495s and X395 ThinkPads, available in May and June.
American Airlines' 'people first' culture starts with the employee and is underpinned by technology. It's not alone in making the workforce more inclusive.
Speedy deployment of machine learning jobs may not arrive too soon. But container platform enhancements from Red Hat aim to quicken the uptake of such innovations.
Acronis has stepped up to the plate for the Boston Red Sox. The 2018 World Series champions will use Acronis products for backup, recovery, transfer and remote data accessibility.
Nutanix can benefit if Dell alienates VMware's other partners by abandoning its 'Switzerland of computing' strategy, according to the HCI vendor's CEO Dheeraj Pandey.
MobileIron launched its zero-trust security platform, so customers could use their mobile phones as secure IDs. This would eliminate the need for passwords.
In its quest to reach feature parity with Veeam, backup software vendor Nakivo adds support for the Nutanix AHV hypervisor and the ability to replicate VMs from backup sets.
Microsoft enticed developers at Build 2019 with a bevy of tools and services that focus on open source, open standards and innovation, including a new release of .NET.
Organised criminal gangs represent the biggest cyber threat to the UK, and law enforcement has identified rogue servers hosted in the UK
Tech Nation report places UK at forefront of global investment in technology scaleups for 2018
Local authorities must do more to facilitate the roll-out of next-generation mobile connectivity, study finds
Social media platform issues update after it discovered a flaw being exploited by commercial spyware
Business travel management startup TravelPerk has updated its data infrastructure to an effort to improve customer engagement analytics and gain better insights
Open Xchange switches from OpenStack Swift to Scality to run 13PB of storage for millions of mailboxes across two continents for telco, mobile and TV providers
Partners assembling for the vendor's event in London told that the firm is making a major contribution to the UK economy
Use of electronic identity schemes in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark is far ahead of other countries – but why?
Former BP technology chief Aidan Hancock joins the rail company to lead its digital transformation efforts
Private sector outsourcing dominated spending in the UK during the first quarter of 2019
DCC announces double acquisition on the day it shares its numbers for the last fiscal year
Retailer Footasylum is placing its bets on cloud-based emergent technologies to accelerate automation and personalisation across the business
Channel player brings on board more expertise to grow its services ambitions across EMEA
Mobile network operator claims pricing will be on a par with existing 4G network connectivity, as new research suggests business users are already prepping for the UK launch of 5G.
Businesses need to unlock data, rethink identity and access management, and capitalise on artificial intelligence in the digital era, says KuppingerCole
Customers such as Netflix, Amazon and the BBC need to be sure their content is stored safely. Gorilla Post Production chose object storage from Wales-based Object Matrix
Most new apps start in containers nowadays. However, certain legacy applications still don't work with containers. RHV 4.3 hopes to help bridge the gap.
Making contact center agents more present across all channels is a new focus, as tech vendors rush to give customer service operations more tools to improve customer experiences.
Dell's Latitude PCs get a new look and new features that could make it easier for IT admins to support a mobile workforce, according to analysts.
A zero-day vulnerability in WhatsApp was used in targeted attacks that involved installing spyware on mobile devices, which may be the work of an advanced threat actor.
The 2019 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report challenges the wisdom that cryptomining attacks replaced ransomware as the dominant malware threat last year.
DevOps monitoring vendors rev their engines as enterprises take on more sophisticated IT monitoring practices to reach the next major phase of app modernization.
Lenovo announced ThinkReality A6, its new head-mounted AR product. It was designed specifically with the workforce in mind to increase time and cost efficiency.
Most Asia-Pacific organisations did not consider cyber security until after their digital transformation projects had begun, new survey finds
AWS is at work on IQ, a job marketplace that matches AWS experts with customers. Similar in appearance to the likes of Upwork, IQ is set for launch later this year.
Microsoft fixed 23 critical vulnerabilities in its latest monthly security updates, as well as patches for supported and unsupported Windows systems to ward off a worm that has the potential to be the next WannaCry.
The National Employment Savings Trust wants its new supplier to build innovations such as data analytics to services provided via digital channels
The Australian telco has bigger plans to make its network more open to enable developers to build and integrate new services into phone calls
Multifactor authentication should be a top priority for organisations to defend users from cyber attacks, coupled with zero-trust architecture and artificial intelligence-based technologies, says expert panel
Microsoft is among the big tech players aiming to help enable personalisation of products and services without putting privacy at risk
Epson and Kyocera have both revealed intentions to make life easier for partners
Stella McCartney and Google Cloud are embarking on a joint pilot project that will draw on the tech giant's machine learning and cloud-based data processing portfolio to help clean up the fashion industry's supply chains
Latest quarterly market report from Host In Ireland shines a light on how the Irish economy is benefiting from the country’s ongoing development into key European datacentre hub
Extreme unveils its building blocks for an autonomous network, called Elements. The company also introduces at the Extreme Connect show an IoT security tool.
Distributor is looking to build on the momentum in its last fiscal year and push organic growth as well as looking to continue making strategic acquisitions
Both firms bolster their activities through purchases that will deliver unified comms for Oncore IT and SaaS skills for Node4
Qlik unveiled a free data literacy certification in the hopes of making people -- both customers and non-customers -- more data literate.
Lenovo announced the launch of its ThinkPad subbrand called ThinkBook. It will be focused on small and medium-sized businesses and will launch with two laptops.
A US businessman is seeking damages from Facebook after accusing the social media company of unfairly blocking “humorous” Facebook pages which generated hundreds of thousands of dollars in advertising revenue
Qlik advances its plan to be a cloud- and SaaS-first analytics vendor with new multi-cloud and Kubernetes deployment options. But on prem still is a priority -- for now.
ID Agent, the latest Kaseya acquisition, adds its identity protection capabilities to IT Complete and will be integrating with Spanning and Unitrends products.
The Datrium cloud DR SaaS app, formerly known as Project CloudShift, is now called ControlShift and GA, but the first version only supports Datrium on premises and Cloud DVX hosts.
Sage has released the Production Management module for its cloud-connected ERP Sage 100cloud. The new module is designed to give users visibility into the production process.
The latest enhancements to Microsoft Teams calling improve auto attendants and call queues, but both features still lack some key capabilities.
Gartner's talent market intelligence service found that 49% of all the job postings are for just 39 roles. Three of those roles are HR-related.
The Sisense merger with Periscope Data is expected to create a new, combined BI product that will cater to casual business users and advanced data scientists alike.
Storage practitioners say they expect Red Hat's 'new overlords' at IBM to tread lightly on Red Hat storage, despite potential product overlaps after the $34 billion deal closes.
Two years after the initial wave of WannaCry attacks, security researchers said the ransomware continues to spread to vulnerable devices even though it's not encrypting data.
As companies try to figure out who will run customer experience initiatives, contact centers make a strong case for the customer support team, using the right technology.
VMware has inked a deal to buy Bitnami, maker of a catalog that vets and packages up popular software, such as MySQL, for quick, secure multi-cloud deployments.
In this Q&A, SAP's Hasso Plattner explains why the cloud is the best option for SAP S/4HANA systems and why companies must know their customers' feelings in order to succeed.
New recruits come from online-only retailer Ocado, the Independent Commission on Freedom of Information, and the Alan Turing Institute
Huawei is using reinforcement learning to deliver self-tuning and self-healing capabilities for the latest iteration of its GaussDB database
Trust in technology, how to recapture it, and how to ensure AI doesn’t overstep its bounds were the big messages on the opening day of Fujitsu Forum in Tokyo
NVMe pioneer Datrium announces ControlShift disaster recovery automation as a service, while bundling its data platform offerings as Automatrix, and lauds the benefits compared to siloed IT
Coupling self-sovereign identity with insights from research on consumer identity management may be the key to personalising products and services without putting people at risk, says industry analyst
Norway has been targeted by two large ransomware attacks in recent months – and public and private organisations must react in a coordinated way
Digital transformation initiatives are driving organisations to produce software more quickly, so software developers need to speed up in cutting code
US president announced ban on telecoms equipment from designated “adversary” states, including China
CEO Chuck Robbins says Cisco is in the best place to make the most of the new era of 5G, IoT and Wi-Fi 6 enterprise networking
Real time insights into the technology estate is a wish for the majority of customers but at the moment just remaining a dream which is opening up an opportunity for the channel
Effective communication of what is being done and why is vital for organisations implementing digital transformation, survey shows
Regulator Ofcom is giving broadband, phone and pay-TV service providers nine months to ready their systems and processes for the emergence of new rules, designed to make it easier for consumers to switch providers
Field Nation One is a suite of programs aimed at simplifying the management of a blended workforce. There are platforms for recruitment, managing workflow and more.
Zoom Phone is now compatible with third-party calling services, and the product will launch in beta in the United Kingdom and Australia later this month.
Salesforce.org has launched FoundationConnect, a CRM platform designed specifically to make managing the philanthropic lifecycle easier for nonprofits.
Leanplum and Amplitude have united to combine Leanplum's mobile marketing engagement with Amplitude's product intelligence for more personalized mobile marketing.
Another set of side channel vulnerabilities were discovered in Intel chips. Security researchers explain the risks posed by the flaws and offer advice on mitigation steps.
Citrix adds intelligence and micro apps to its Workspace product, bringing in capabilities from the Sapho acquisition to bolster Workspace and make it easier for end users.
U.S. businesses are barred from dealing with Huawei following an executive order from the White House and the additions of Huawei and its affiliates to a trade blacklist.
Apptio looks to strengthen its cloud cost optimization services with the addition of Cloudability, as the industry continues to coalesce around hybrid and multi-cloud management.
Top IT leaders in Australia and New Zealand are grappling with cultural roadblocks and slow progress in advancing the countries’ digital agenda
A criminal network using GozNym malware has been shut down in an international law enforcement operation, but others are still operating, underlining the need for vigilance, warns a security expert
Digital identity systems will fail if they do not take humans into account, warns identity innovator, suggesting that a ‘digital guardian’ could help overcome most of these challenges
The cloud player continues to sign up partners as it gets ready to bring the message to the UK
Barracuda CEO reveals growth plans to partners during firm's channel get together
The Cabinet Office revealed plans to increase the pay of some senior roles in an effort to compete with the industry
PDP Gaming is seeking an immediate injunction against Poly's use of a disputed logo. The escalation comes despite the two companies initially pursuing a settlement.
The IBM partner joins the growing list of resellers that have struck acquisitions this year after picking up Möbius Business Technologies
When Switzerland-based hospitality school EHL began to automate processes, it was met with staff inertia, but that all changed after its benefits became clear
The urgent healthcare service has reached its one millionth triage mark since its launch
IBM's new Tailored Fit Pricing model gives enterprises more flexibility in the types of workloads they run on the z/OS platform.
Channel partners can expect to see business-driven security become a key theme for forward-thinking customers pursuing digital transformation; more news from the week.
Google product manager Christiaan Brand discusses the journey to making 1.5 billion Android devices work as 2FA security keys and the plan for the future.
Most mainframe DevOps tools make open source app delivery pipelines speak mainframe's language, but LzLabs brings mainframe apps to a Linux-based platform without recompilation.
Extreme Networks CEO Ed Meyercord blames China, not President Donald Trump, for the impasse in trade talks that could force the vendor to raise prices by as much as 10%.
HPE's $1.3 billion deal to acquire supercomputing pioneer Cray Inc. should better position the company in the HPC market among IT shops looking for added muscle to run AI workloads.
Chef Software's founder, Adam Jacob, built widely used IT automation software for the enterprise. Now that he's no longer CTO, he's taking a break and pondering what comes next.
The Trump administration's move to effectively ban Huawei products from U.S. networks has big implications for IT execs in charge of supply chain sourcing and security.
Microsoft's PowerApps low-code app dev environment has quietly crept into a leadership position among low-code tools with its ties to Microsoft Office and Dynamics platforms.
Microsoft views developers as key to not only maintaining its customer base, but expanding it through interaction with open source communities.