Australian businesses are warming up to AI, but just two in five have standards and guidelines for AI ethics, a study finds
The Singapore telco has deployed OpenStack and signed up for Red Hat’s training programme to equip its network engineers with technical expertise
The benefits of Hana Cloud Services are clear to Asia-Pacific customers, although actual adoption will boil down to cost
Boss of Netherlands-based Computest turns to self-management model to make company more nimble
Abdul Latif Jameel Motors wins SAP Quality Gold Award for digital revamp programme that overhauled performance and efficiency across its business
NHS Digital is soliciting input to its Internet First policy, a set of standards and guidelines to help health and social care organisations make digital services accessible over the internet
The Swedish population is being advised to keep enough cash at home to last a week in case of problems such as online banking crashes
Super-fast solid-state storage in commodity servers ties up with recently-developed parallel file system BeeGFS to target high-performance computing use cases
Many users of online search engines are still unaware that data is being collected about them for personalised advertising, a study has revealed
The vendor has talked about a restructure of its channel and effects of simplifying partner programme
Veeam talks latest Nutanix partnership as it goes after the secondary storage market
A year on from GDPR being introduced and there are plenty of customers not yet totally on top of the data regulations but without any large fines it is hard for the channel to challenge that attitude
Enterprise Networking Solutions chose JetStream backup because of its continuous replication technology, giving it an RTO/RPO edge over other products in its DR catalog.
NetApp said 'execution challenges' cut into earnings last quarter due, in part, to changing data center buying patterns. All-flash vendor Pure Storage's losses grew to $100 million.
After nearly 20 years of research, the perfect storm of computing technologies is finally enabling data science to realise its potential to make valuable contributions to improving cyber security capabilities
ZertoCon 2019 revealed tidbits about Zerto backup's roadmap, including a new pricing option, further integration with technology partners and upcoming product features.
Malcolm Harkins, the chief security and trust officer at BlackBerry Cylance, says security controls that don't live up to their billing should be taking more blame for data breaches.
Additional tools and services in GitHub Enterprise, such as security vulnerability alerts and auditing for open source dependencies, seek to satisfy the company's large customers.
Privacy watchdog’s Sandbox service aims to help develop innovative and beneficial products and services that are privacy compliant
Forecasts from IDC indicate that the Windows 7 refresh is going to help keep the momentum going in the commercial PC market
Vendor looking to help SMEs with their digital transformation needs with server, storage and cloud software options
The success of an online course in understanding artificial intelligence launched in Finland has led to a global roll-out
Security researchers have discovered an attack campaign infrastructure designed to scan, brute-force and infect tens of thousands of MS-SQL and PHPMyAdmin servers
An advanced persistent threat cyber espionage group has improved its tools to attack diplomatic targets, making their activities more difficult to detect and block
HPE storage revenue grew 3% last quarter, helping to offset a decline in servers. The vendor said using OEMs helps it bring new storage products to market faster at reduced cost.
Intercity Technology's freedom of information (FoI) request-led poll of UK police forces and their use of technology shines a light on how the sector's attitudes towards cloud and digital transformation are changing
Every event, past and present, is in the digital archive, but there is growing concern that this data can be easily manipulated to change historical facts
An SAP ERP implementation at cosmetic maker Revlon disrupted some operations. After the news came out, the company's stock price suffered. Now, investors are suing.
Digital Realty’s chief technology officer talks up key trends that are shaping its business and the datacentre industry, including edge computing and the impending roll-out of 5G networks
Intel's 10th Gen CPUs, codenamed Ice Lake, are available now, and the 7nm AMD 3rd Gen Ryzen lineup will be available on July 7. Both releases will increase competition among chip vendors.
Dell announced the upcoming launch of new Dell Precision, Inspiron and XPS products. These include the Precision 5000, Precision 7540, Precision 7740, XPS 13, XPS 15 and new Inspiron PCs.
A security researcher found that malicious actors have been scanning database servers for MySQL ransomware targets running on Windows, but mitigation should be relatively easy.
A Red Hat GM discusses the impact of a shift in storage focus from stand-alone products to OpenShift containers, hybrid cloud and hyper-convergence. He says value lies more with innovation than commoditization.
Tortuga Logic has launched a firmware security platform that automatically performs security validation of firmware on SoC designs using an existing platform from Cadence.
Poorly defended UK university research that is mainly commissioned by government is a top target for hackers, putting national security at risk, a study reveals, underlining the need for better cyber security
CompTIA finds that many firms are in the dark over the technology and would benefit from some guidance over its advantages
Datacentre investments of cloud and internet giants dropped in the first quarter of 2019 after seven consecutive quarters of growth, but market watcher claims it is just a blip
Plug was pulled on 17 May after a data script went wrong. Most users have had full access since 18 May, but 10 services remained down
Strategy aims to capitalise on investment in artificial intelligence technologies to enhance Denmark’s societal advancement and give business and industry a competitive edge
Although coverage of 4G services in Asia-Pacific, particularly in India, is almost ubiquitous, telcos in the region still have some catching-up to do
In the year since the GDPR compliance deadline, the number of data files exposed online without adequate protection is up more than 50% due to misconfigured security controls, report reveals
Microsoft is doubling down on its efforts to have more of its datacentres powered by renewable energy, with commitment to make its facilities in Sweden the most sustainable yet
The PAC’s latest evidence-gathering session for its inquiry into the delayed and over-budget Emergency Services Network has laid bare a number of crucial errors made over the past few years, and found the Home Office missed a number of warning signs
Bosses don’t seem to understand that artificial intelligence needs good data management and a different understanding of end goals compared with traditional IT
EE launched the UK’s first official 5G network this week, but with limited availability and 4G networks improving all the time, industry watchers say there is no big impetus for users to upgrade yet
Seal Software launched version 7 of its contract analytics software, dubbed Seal 7, touted to provide a more seamless user experience, scalability and extensibility.
Ahead of InfoSec the security vendor has highlighted the importance of resellers helping customers secure their communications
Uniquely, Sam Shah is both a clinician and a technology leader, and he hopes to use both skillsets to overhaul IT in the health service
A lack of skills, visibility and clarity on which business function is responsible for securing operational technology are the biggest challenges to managing the risk, a study shows
Avaya is giving partners the ability to deliver cloud UC through containers running on the Google Cloud, a cheaper and simpler deployment model.
A substantial majority of ERP customers are satisfied with their ERP vendors, according to a new report from Panorama Consulting. But whether they're realizing the benefits of ERP implementations remains unclear.
Blockchain has grown beyond its high-profile use case as the technology behind Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency. Salesforce is the latest tech company to bet big on blockchain.
A survey on the state of IT resilience concluded backup, DR and BC fall on a continuum of data availability, and many organizations want to merge them.
Now available in Cisco's ACI App Center, the F5 ACI ServiceCenter app was designed by Cisco and F5 Networks to combine L2-3 connectivity with L4-7 application services.
Recorded Future said the $780 million acquisition agreement with private equity firm Insight Partners affirms the growing importance of threat intelligence for enterprises.
Palo Alto Networks has launched its new cloud security suite called Prisma, comprised of four platforms -- Prisma Access, Prisma Public Cloud, Prisma SaaS and VM-Series.
Before organizations adopt Citrix Cloud management for their virtual desktops and apps, they must familiarize themselves with the platform's strengths, newest features and limits.
Microsoft's Azure Cost Management tool now integrates with AWS to track spending across both cloud platforms, a nod to customers' increased shift toward multi-cloud strategies.
Who is a cloud worker? According to Google's John Solomon, CIOs are shortchanging their companies by not enabling virtually every worker today to use the cloud to do their jobs.
Alpha Software rolled out a low-code development platform that allows citizen developers to digitize paper forms that can be integrated into enterprise workflows.
The Football Association is on a mission to up female participation in the sport and make it more accessible to a larger number of fans, and it is teaming up with Google Cloud to achieve its goals
Tech companies and security and policy experts are calling for more dialogue with GCHQ on encryption, urging it to ditch its proposal for eavesdropping on encrypted chats
The smart meter installation rate is slowing, and with 18 months until the December 2020 deadline, achieving the Smart Meter Programme’s aims now looks very unlikely
Broadband connectivity rating firm WiredScore is offering its full-fibre certifications to residential property developers and landlords for the first time
Amazon Web Services is offering usage-based pricing for its new business calling plan, a pricing model that could shake up the cloud UC industry if successful.
Sophos has released Intercept X for Server with endpoint detection and response to protect users against blended threats and proactively detect stealthy attacks.
StorageCraft wants to bring its ShadowXafe data protection software to midsize enterprises and managed service providers, rather than only small and medium-sized businesses.
Hive Fabric 7.3 has four main updates. New features enable admins to install GPUs, control acceleration, add multiple defined networks and manage server memory.
As Brexit uncertainty increases, the Migration Advisory Committee has suggested adding more skilled roles to the Shortage Occupations List
Irish Supreme Court dismisses attempt by Facebook to prevent the European Court of Justice considering the validity of US-EU data transfers, after Austrian lawyer Max Schrems argued that they put the privacy of EU citizens at risk
MSPs will see tighter integration between an expanding RapidFire Tools product line and Kaseya software in the coming months; more news from the week.
State and local governments are experiencing a rise in ransomware attacks. Experts sound off on what's triggering this trend and offer best practices for defense.
SUSE will ship its Ceph-based Enterprise Storage update next month, with management, data protection and cloud integration improvements. Its product roadmap includes containerized Ceph and HCI.
The early stage companies honored at this year's MIT Sloan CIO Symposium take aim at one of digital transformation's biggest pain points: the slow pace of software development.
The seriousness of the Cisco vulnerability, Thrangycat, raises the question of tech buyers' rights when dealing with such a serious flaw in a vendor's hardware.
Salesforce has launched a new project aimed at bringing citizen developers into the world of blockchain.
It's right there in a MapR letter to California's labor department: A leader in the Hadoop market is desperately seeking funding after poor sales of its promising data platform.
Palo Alto Networks snaps up Twistlock and PureSec to broaden its cloud security portfolio and give enterprise IT shops more options for container and serverless security.
At the recent MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, fitness company SoulCycle and Middlesex Health recount how cloud has become a workforce enabler.
Datadog has achieved HIPAA compliance for its SaaS platform Log Management, so it can now better reach more customers in healthcare industries.
A security researcher disclosed a Docker bug that could allow an attacker to gain root-level access to a system. Docker signed off on the disclosure, despite a fix not yet being available.