The Post Office has applied for permission to appeal judgments from the first trial in its IT-related legal battle with subpostmasters
The UK data protection watchdog is accepting enquiries from organisations considering developing GDPR certification schemes, which the ICO says could help recipients achieve competitive advantage
Gender balance campaign partners with a range of organisations to promote careers in science, technology, engineering and maths
Channel player continues to deliver the goods with an upbeat third quarter trading update
Google decision follows an executive order signed by President Trump, but Huawei insists US businesses and consumers will be the real losers
A year after the official implementation of the GDPR, it is important to highlight the positive opportunities that compliance provides and the insights breach reports are providing, say Deloitte consultants
Danske Bank launches initiative to support the cyber security efforts of its SME customers
Red Hat changes focus from selling stand-alone Ceph and Gluster products to promoting storage technologies designed for OpenShift, hybrid cloud and hyper-convergence deployments.
New recruits will support banking group’s digital transformation as it aims to give customers “Google-like experiences”
The Marconi Mainnet platform provides blockchain security, multi-cloud connectivity, advanced firewalls and secure gateways for decentralized networks.
The Rural Gigabit Connectivity programme will run for two years, trialling a new model for full-fibre broadband delivery – meanwhile, BDUK is getting a new name
Programme under way at Tower Hamlets will allow residents to build a digital footprint and get better access to council services
Another week and there has been plenty of personnel movement across the channel with some senior channel appointments being made
In an effort to prevent data loss, Lumina launched Radiance, a SaaS data risk management platform. It collects and analyzes data to help prevent risks and threats.
StorageCraft President Douglas Brockett sees a future in which disaster recovery software is used to help customers flexibly migrate data to where it's most cost-efficient.
Reduxio makes its storage product functionality available via microservices in containers aimed at container-native deployments, in an initial closed customer beta
Bring Your Own Bot, Sparkcentral's virtual agent framework for chatbots, blends live agent and virtual agent assistance to augment the customer experience.
With its acquisition of process intelligence software startup TimelinePI, document capture vendor Abbyy streamlines its content analysis and NLP capabilities.
The race to build exascale supercomputers is a project of big governments -- China, Japan, the European Union and the U.S. Initial systems are planned in the 2020 to 2021 time frame.
The UK is one of the best placed in the world to take advantage of related technologies for public service delivery, according to a study
CommScope’s antennas remained unscathed during a gruelling storm in 2018 and continue to provide reliable mobile connectivity on China’s 55km Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge
Queen’s University Belfast is backing the cyber security sector with funding for master of science scholarships
Proposed controversial online age verification checks could increase the risk of identity theft and other cyber crimes, warn security experts, who advise parents to set technological boundaries and ensure their families are aware of risks
Delivery app Fetchr is spreading across the Middle East with its mobile-to-mobile delivery service. We talk to its founder
Artificial intelligence-based app will help acne sufferers access dermatology treatment with greater ease
The industry always suffers a slow start to the year and 2019 has been no different according to analysis from Context
Automation and AI are increasingly prevalent in unified comms, but do enterprises really need it?
University teams up with OCF to deploy high-performance computing environment to support efforts to create 3D representations of world heritage sites
Outsourcer’s health service deal in doubt following the latest in a “litany of failings”, with 160,000 patient records being wrongly archived
Dutch academic is trying to get inside the mind of cyber criminals by understanding what makes them tick
Toolkit will support O2 employees going through their gender transition and help colleagues and managers create a more inclusive workplace
Citrix details upgrades to Workspace and unveils a new DaaS product called Managed Desktops, as well as a new integration with Google Cloud at its annual user conference.
The firm has added to a growing number of examples of growing security risks surrounding digital transformation projects
The vision of GDS director-general Kevin Cunnington is to get governments to roll out voice technology into major services by 2027
US Commerce Department temporarily restores Huawei’s ability to maintain its existing networks and smartphone user base
For the city of Sheffield, rolling out a free-to-use city Wi-Fi network has become about much more than just letting shoppers browse the internet. We find out more
Coalfire has launched Secure Cloud Automation Services and Cloud Security Strategy and Maturity Assessment programs to build out its cloud security services.
At $999, the Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 for businesses promises better performance, battery life, camera quality and style than its consumer-focused 2013 edition.
Pegasystems' recent acquisition of the digital messaging platform In The Chat brings Pega customers new communication channels and improves AI chatbot capabilities.
Extreme Connect attendees got a peek at the company's product roadmap. Upcoming Extreme Networks products include an IoT device profiler and online application store.
Cloud service providers rolled out Windows Kubernetes support this week, which may take some of the burden of Linux container management requirements out of the hands of Microsoft-only shops.
As San Francisco halts city use of facial recognition technology, CIOs could see more regulatory actions against surveillance technology -- and more limits on their use of data.
Riverbed's latest update is spearheaded by the launch of its SaaS Accelerator, promising to speed up SaaS apps primarily for enterprise users working remotely.
Infrastructure as code, configuration as code, security as code -- enterprise SREs set their sights on everything as code in pursuit of GitOps efficiency.
Systems integration and custom application development projects contributed to the fastest-growing segment of New Zealand’s IT services market in 2018
The Personal Data Protection Commission is seeking public feedback on proposed provisions that will let consumers move their personal data across organisations
Sweden’s second-largest city is by no means the biggest startup hub in the Nordic region, but its global reach is a distinct advantage
TalkTalk’s failure to notify all those affected by its 2015 data breach highlights the importance of data visibility so that breach notifications are fast and accurate – a key requirement of the GDPR
One in every 10 banks in Europe will no longer exist as digital challengers take customers from them
Mobile operator is on course to become the first to go live with 5G in the UK, but Huawei phones will not be among its launch-day devices
Datto's latest State of the MSP report paints a picture of a market in rude health that is enjoying an expanding customer base and widening service offerings
Belgian pharmacy’s Data Domains had reached end-of-life and it wanted to remain in-budget. Quantum DXi worked out a lot cheaper and easy to manage, with good support
Content management software vendor Box makes over Box Relay, integrating the workflow automation system more fully into the Box platform and boosting workflow self-service.
Fintech has moved from an IBM infrastructure as a service to Google’s cloud platform
Veeam has hit its long-term $1 billion revenue goal. The vendor updated its DR orchestration and now aims to finish off the awaited Availability Suite v10, with NAS backup.
Repp Health launched a patient tracking system called Repp Eo, which uses a map interface to show the location and movements of patients, staff and assets.
In an open letter addressed to chancellor Philip Hammond and HMRC's CEO Jon Thompson, the tax collection agency's defence of its IR35 online status checker tool, CEST, is likened to climate change denial, as calls grow for it to be scrapped
After buying Tintri in 2018, DataDirect Networks moved to rebuild the VM storage vendor's engineering. But customers claim DDN hasn't communicated product roadmap plans.
Google and Informatica have expanded their partnership and product integrations as enterprise customers seek to move large data sets into the cloud for processing and analytics.
HR's focus on better securing employee data may be working. In its annual data breach investigations report, Verizon found a dramatic decrease in the number of W-2 scam reports.
Tableau Software has released Tableau 2019.2, an update to previous BI software. It includes upgrades to location data, new vector maps and other requested upgrades.
Citrix details a new add-on to its Analytics service that seeks to improve end users' experiences by providing IT with quantifiable data on performance.
The Portworx PX-Enterprise 2.2 storage software update adds single-command backup of container-based data and Kubernetes resources to S3-based object storage.
Google disclosed two separate incidents in which G Suite passwords were stored insecurely, and in one of those incidents, the passwords were stored improperly for 14 years.
Apple introduced its newly updated 13- and 15-inch MacBook Pros, including Apple's first 8-core laptop, that are up to twice as fast as previous models, according to the vendor.
A DevSecOps shift and a move to public cloud have precipitated a sea change in what's expected of IT ops pros at a mobile video on-demand company.
Salesforce's 15-hour outage may not scare away users. But it might get them to use more encryption, as the outage exposed customer marketing automation data in the GDPR era.
Specialized production manufacturing drives 3D printing in three industries, but prototyping will remain the key use case in more mainstream applications.
The Bestmixer cryptocurrency laundering service has been shut down by Dutch anti-fraud police with support from Europol after a tip off by cyber security researchers at McAfee, significantly disrupting cyber criminal money flows
Annual meeting defeats resolutions for Amazon to halt sales of its Rekognition software to government agencies, and to do more to tackle climate change
Pat Gelsinger points out three laws that will make the case for the hybrid cloud future: economics, physics and data sovereignty
Veeam co-founder says partners will be vital in establishing early dominance in cloud data management market
Procurement agency wants new platform to become a one-stop shop for employee benefits across government
Hospital trust Guy's & St Thomas is looking to procure a single electronic health record system, with the option to include two other trusts.
Chris Greenwood has been given the chance to run the UK&I for the storage player and has stressed the importance of the firm's channel
A lapse in the update of LinkedIn’s security certificate has once again underlined the importance of keeping track to avoid disruptions and phishing attacks, and how even big players are failing to get it right
The second annual MSP Day has arrived and with it research into what is happening with the managed services community
The first year of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation has demonstrated the value of IBM’s investment in machine learning-based automation and the importance of having the right strategy and systems in place, according to the firm’s data protection officer
Zerto CEO says you should have zero tolerance for downtime, and the convergence of disaster recovery, backup, data migration and other processes need not complicate matters.
The first chief digital officer at one of London’s largest boroughs talks about plans to transform user experience, procurement and cultural perceptions
Verint has launched Verint Unified VoC, which provides organizations with a full, accurate view of customer desires and preferences, according to the vendor.
Citrix announces its new Managed Desktops service to unburden IT administrators by helping manage the back-end infrastructure during the provisioning process.
Couchbase adds support for Kubernetes container-based deployments of its popular NoSQL database across multiple clouds, such as AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google.
Citrix has laid out a path to move to cloud-hosted desktops and applications, but many organizations have to focus on their needs today and maintain on-premises hosting.
Multiple researchers created proof-of-concept exploits, including remote code execution attacks, targeting the recently patched Windows Remote Desktop flaw called BlueKeep.
Ahead of the 2020 elections, Microsoft unveiled ElectionGuard, an open source SDK designed to provide end-to-end verification of electronic voting machine results.
Users can now schedule Microsoft Teams meetings through the Outlook mobile app. The feature is advancement toward parity between Teams and Skype for Business.
Changes to AppExchange will highlight consulting firms within the Salesforce partner ecosystem. Additions include a consultant finder and new analytics tools.
Chip design firm in communication with Huawei-owned semiconductor firm HiSilicon following US move to halt exports of US technology to Chinese tech giant
The judge in the Post Office Horizon trial has ordered the organisation to pay the legal costs of its courtroom adversaries, and refused to give permission to appeal a major judgment
Online survey software provider SurveyMonkey is on a Europe-wide enterprise charm offensive, and is focusing on winning over CIOs with the offer to locally host their data within its European datacentre region
A year after the GDPR compliance deadline, many organisations still have a lot of work to do to make real changes and shift focus away from fines to business value and gain, says PwC’s GDPR and data protection lead
Vendor says it wants to provide customers with more choice
The telecoms regulator is proposing new regulations on accessing Openreach’s infrastructure that it hopes will incentives others to roll out ultrafast networks quicker
Despite the fact that the GDPR has been in full effect for a year, the true effect of the regulation is yet to be felt and organisations should ensure they keep their eye on the ball, says leading privacy law firm
The firm has made changes to its app platform to arm ISVs with more information about how their software performs
Research from Claranet has revealed that many customers are finding it difficult to find the in-house resources to handle cloud security issues
The Cisco vulnerability fix for thrangrycat could make affected hardware unusable. But the vendor said its ready to replace products, if needed.
New framework aims to simplify IT provision for surgeries and create a competitive systems marketplace for primary care
Attendees at Citrix Synergy walked away from the opening keynote excited about the capabilities of the new Workspace. The new version is underpinned by micro apps and AI for a more seamless workflow.
A full year since the General Data Protection Regulation was implemented, there has not been the severe punitive action expected by many and personal data breaches continue to happen, leaving many wondering if any progress has been made
Avaya has expanded its partnership with Collab9 to bring Avaya cloud UC and contact center products to federal, state and local governments.
New organisation will officially begin its activities in June and has appointed Nesta’s former government chief as director
Many UK firms still lack cyber resilience and data protection capabilities covering email a year after the implementation of the GDPR aimed at improving personal data protection
Advanced Bot Protection is a cloud-hosted platform that defends against automated threats using AI. It is available as both a web application firewall (WAF) and WAF as a service.
The Huawei ban will spur a faster retreat from U.S. suppliers, as the Chinese tech company invests more in its manufacturing plants and adds non-U.S. partners, analysts said.
Improving employee experience, productivity and overall employee well-being are top priorities for HR managers, but they are difficult to achieve, according to the 2019 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends report.
AWS Config Rules will switch to usage-based pricing, which could spur cloud compliance service adoption and be kinder to customers' budgets.
Managed service providers are aspiring to greater levels of MRR and deeper vertical market expertise, according to new Datto research; other news from the week.
CrowdStrike and NSS Labs have ended their legal dispute with a confidential settlement agreement, which resolves all lawsuits including NSS Labs' antitrust suit against the vendor.