A group of IT leaders in Southeast Asia will converge in Edinburgh this July to delve deeper into issues that have been holding back efforts to become better data-driven organisations
Carrs Tool Steels had to move on from legacy servers and found hyper-converged infrastructure from Scale Computing the ideal fit for a small business that couldn’t afford downtime
A report on salaries in the tech industry has found that the racial wage gap in the US is widening, despite the average tech worker salary increasing year on year
The latest quarterly colocation market tracker data from Synergy Research Group highlights differences between growth trends between retail and wholesale sectors, and the impact the hyperscale sector is having on both
CompTIA has turned to its emerging technology community to ask what technologies are going to drive opportunities and for the second year IoT has topped the list
Windows Server 2008 R2 reaches end of support in January 2020. Businesses using older Windows server software have little time to redevelop code
Insight has forked out a significant amount to add IT products and services player PCM to the portfolio
Benchmarking report shows average phish-prone percentage across all industries and sizes of organisations at 29.6% – up 2.6% since 2018
Around 12 million jobs could significantly change or become redundant by 2024 as a result of the adoption of digital technologies
Another week with some senior executives deciding that the time is right for a fresh challenge
The Palo Alto Networks VM-Series next-generation firewalls are now deployed as part of Aviatrix's Firewall Network Service -- an extension of the Multi-Cloud Backbone portfolio.
Eggplant has added customer experience-focused upgrades to its Digital Automation Intelligence Suite that aim to make the testing process faster and easier.
The first female to hold the role, professor dame Angela McLean will direct the department's core research programme and advise on all science and technology matters
Academia and telecoms operators partner to investigate 5G and satellite systems for connected and autonomous vehicles, with proofs of concept expected for 2020
Despite some good progress, Scotland needs greater strategic direction to further its digital endeavours, says central auditor
The Veritas services platform addresses protection, availability and data intelligence by unifying multiple products around NetBackup and its metadata catalog.
The Raspberry Pi 4 brings significant upgrades from the previous version, according to the vendor, such as multiple memory capacities to choose from and 4K support.
Omron added new capabilities to its Alexa skill through its Omron Health app, such as personalized readings and daily heart health tips, to inspire positive health behavior.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise storage customers say they like many of the Primera storage array's new capabilities, but will miss some 3PAR features that are going away.
Tellius is now part of the Google Cloud Partner Program, which enables it to integrate with Google BigQuery and Google Analytics in addition to using the Google Cloud Platform.
There are some 22,000 people at the annual SHRM conference in Las Vegas. It's HR's biggest gathering, and it's becoming more of a technology conference, thanks to AI.
The cyberthreat warning from Christopher Krebs, director of the DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, follows escalating tension between Iran and the U.S.
With its latest update to Power BI, Microsoft showed its commitment to its business intelligence platform and maintained its position as an industry leader.
With 5G technology expected to move more data and processing to the network edge, some experts have called for the need to address the security risks when planning 5G networks
Acquia Content Cloud is a cloud-based headless content management system built on Drupal. The content-as-a-service product is only available in private beta.
Besides using a slew of open source software, DBS Bank is looking to contribute some of its own projects to the open source community in future
Vulnerable open source software components are posing a security threat to UK firms, according to a report that also shows how best practice, including automation, can reduce the risk
Businesses need to ensure they are able to defend against a wide range of threats in the face of increased malicious Office documents, Mac malware and web application exploits, report shows
Newport hub will focus on industrial control systems, artificial intelligence and data analytics
Biometric and blockchain technologies are being used in tandem to provide ID verification at Saudi Arabian cash machines
Better use of IT could add £100bn to the British economy, says a CBI report into UK big business
Moved to a bigger site, Moscow’s annual Startup Village continues to expand, with interest from large corporates growing
Five women have been awarded their share of £125,000 from Sky to pursue technology-led business ideas
MSP makes its second buy of the year to bolster its cloud services proposition
Former Holland & Barrett IT chief joins the Post Office as interim CIO after former incumbent is promoted
Cogeco Peer 1 finds that customers are putting off deployment because of some concerns that could be addressed by the channel
A global cyber attack against multiple telecommunications firms underlines need for comprehensive approach to cyber defence, say researchers and industry commentators
Datacentre power specialist’s latest poll on what the industry will look like in 2025 reveals a change in attitude from respondents to powering sites with renewable energy, and shines a light on how its looming skills crisis is developing
A study from the Economist Intelligence Unit has found that executives do not believe that artificial intelligence will lead to job losses, but staff will need retraining
Lack of modernisation is presenting a threat to patients and healthcare practitioners, says study
Can a shared core IT platform enable three Finnish banks to become more efficient yet maintain individual competitiveness?
The growth of the external workforce may be getting ahead of HR's ability to manage it. That raises security issues, including determining whether workers are who they say they are.
Ujet has added a handful of new features, such as workforce management, quality management and CRM to its Customer Support Platform.
IT decision-makers in the Netherlands know that blockchain has significant benefits, but half don’t understand how to apply it
Retrospect backup software has survived a series of owners ranging from EMC to Dantz, and now is part of StorCentric's plan of acquiring storage vendors for midsize enterprises.
Government AI regulation is needed, AI experts and policymakers concur. But, there's no clear consensus on how much regulation by the government is necessary.
The Mist Wi-Fi is no longer cloud only. The company's new Mist Edge appliance splits some management components between the cloud and on premises.
AWS is on pace to deliver more than 1,800 new features and services this year, and many target cloud security.
ARM Data Center Software upgraded its SaaS network inventory tool cARMa to include more network visibility capabilities, including the introduction of mapping and analytics tool Guru.
The new SurveyMonkey SMS collector enables enterprise plan customers to send out web links to surveys via text message. The vendor claims this will elicit a higher response rate.
Oracle Dyn cuts sales and marketing jobs as Oracle plans to end some Dyn services in 2020. The layoffs come amid other Oracle downsizing as the vendor moves toward the cloud.
Oracle Analytics Cloud now offers a consistent UI and all-in-one pricing for Oracle's analytics tools. But an on-premises BI update is also on the way for cloud holdouts.
Over 40% of local businesses are now using public cloud services, though the lack of cloud skills remains a key barrier to wider adoption
Rasmus Hald, who heads up the cloud centre of excellence at shipping giant Maersk, opens up about how the firm is embracing a cloud-first policy in the name of seeing off competitive threats and improving the sustainability of its operations
Cloud-based suite will help Welsh healthcare service drive digitisation initiatives and support greater collaboration and video-based consultations
UK firms rank cyber attacks as a top business issue, but are stalling in cyber security best practice, lagging behind top performers in India
New office will help local tech firms grow their regional footprint and build new capabilities in order to thrive in APAC’s booming digital economy
Police have arrested six people in the UK and the Netherlands in connection with the theft of cryptocurrency worth €24m
Backup giant wraps key product into data management wrapper that adds search, index and data classification Information Studio plus InfoScale software-defined storage
People in the Nordic countries are more welcoming and less fearful of the advance of artificial intelligence than those in other regions
A sophisticated, far-ranging threat campaign was behind the breach at Indian IT services firm Wipro in April, which was not an isolated incident, RiskIQ report reveals
Vendor on the brink of rolling out an offering that channel partners can take out the SME customers
Firm aiming to build on the momentum of its last fiscal year with the channel playing a key role in delivering the growth
Integrating Automate Joe with the SysAid ITSM platform will boost automation, minimize repetitive tasks for service agents and improve productivity, according to the vendor.
Consumers and SMEs could generate billions of pounds in value if open banking adoption reaches its potential
The merger of Tieto and Evry is only part of the widespread consolidation that is hitting the region’s tech sector
HR is preparing to embrace AI tools without knowing exactly what they will deliver or change. Attendees at the SHRM conference believe AI will, at least initially, take on routine jobs.
Firms are bypassing security to push products and services into the market, increasing security risks for the organisation and its customers, a poll of information security professionals shows
Fido Alliance announces new identity verification and IoT initiatives to expand the reach and impact of Fido authentication, which seeks to eliminate the world’s dependence on password-based security
The Qumulo all-flash P-184T packs 184 TB of NVMe storage in 2U. The vendor also launched the C-168T hybrid and K-168 Active Archive arrays that use disk storage with SAS SSDs as a write cache.
Employee recognition software is having a moment at General Motors Co. The software helps with budgeting and engagement, and the automaker is deploying it to 160,000 employees globally.
Large businesses that aren't yet ready to abandon legacy call routing can now link that equipment to the Talkdesk cloud contact center through a SIP trunk.
The digital unit concludes tech spending review in the health system, defines delivery missions and drives focus on standards and platforms
Many constituencies are on a push toward explainable AI algorithms, as AI technologies become more widespread, powerful and relied upon than ever before.
Stellar Cyber, a security analytics vendor, launched Starlight 3.1 as its first unified security analytics platform, using AI and machine learning to detect and thwart attacks.
Serving users who are mobile and not highly technical, MSP Blacktip turns to SaaS apps such as Microsoft Office 365 and Google G Suite. But those apps need protection.
When the Netflix content engineering team chose a data query language for a new system to pull data from a variety of back-end services, they passed over REST to go with GraphQL.
Another country heard from in AIOps: LogicMonitor rolls out anomaly detection and alert dependency correlation, but can it rise above the noise?
Immuta's Automated Data Governance Platform, providing data visibility, accessibility and protection, is now available as a managed service on AWS Marketplace.
The CloudGenix SD-WAN is open for developers. The vendor has launched a developer program and tool set for integrating third-party infrastructure software.
The government will spend S$40m to develop 5G technology use cases in key sectors such as maritime and manufacturing with an eye on exporting Singapore's expertise to global markets
Department for Work and Pensions wants to reduce reliance on existing identity assurance methods such as Gov.UK Verify and face-to-face
Nordic tech startups are applying their skills to solving some of the challenges for the region’s healthcare sector
Software-defined network specialist Extreme Networks has bought Aerohive to extend its capabilities in critical areas for future networks
ABN Amro is working with QuTech to ensure that banks can protect data against quantum computers in the future
The Isles of Scilly are to be included in Vodafone’s 5G network roll-out from day one, with the aim of supporting local community organisations
Panzura's new platform, Panzura Freedom 8, is a multi-cloud services platform designed to enable users around the world to collaborate on a single, large-scale project with ease.
Vendor makes it clear that there will be opportunities in a unified partner programme after its acquisition is completed
Distributor hires former Tech Data staffer to come on board and run its desktop as a Service efforts
With its new collection of visualizations about music, Tableau demonstrates how users are using its platform to understand the information behind the music.
The parliamentary Environmental Audit Committee has launched an inquiry into electronic waste and the circular economy
8x8 Contact Center is a stand-alone, cloud-based contact-center-as-a-service offering, aimed at organizations that feel restricted by legacy contact center infrastructure.
The companies are combining CollabNet's value stream management platform with Icon's agility strategy consulting to help enterprises adopt value stream management and DevOps.
Is a cloud data management platform right for your organization? Experts discuss its benefits and drawbacks as more data moves to the cloud for a variety of uses.
CX automation can build speed and process efficiency. But, a Verizon consumer survey reveals, brands that continue staffing call centers with humans build better relationships.
Pica8 claims its PicOS network operating system will address rising security and efficiency challenges with its new network access control integrations.
Distributed Cloud Services is now available from Quantum, as well as storage-as-a-service offerings and Cloud-Based Analytics software to manage day-to-day storage operations.
Cloudian's latest partnerships will give customers options to use the object storage in new high-density Seagate appliances and VMware-based cloud environments.
Dark data causes all sorts of problems, but there are ways to mitigate it. However, customers continue to add storage as a bandage solution, because it's cheaper and simpler.
AWS re:Inforce, the cloud provider's inaugural security conference, addressed the problems of misconfigurations and data exposures with new tools, like Control Tower.
SmartBear adds Cucumber's behavior-driven development tools in a bid to pad its lead in software testing, but must also balance the needs of open source and paid tool audiences.
Adoption of AI in government might lag behind the business world, but some agencies within the government hope to make more use of AI.
Yasmeen Al Sharaf heads up financial technology strategy at Bahrain’s central bank, which is on a mission to grow and diversify the sector in the Middle East island state
Managed services provider updates investors on its half year indicating that although things remain down year on year it has been taking steps to remedy the situation
After nearly 30 years of shaping the aesthetic of Apple products, the firm's chief design officer, Jony Ive, is leaving the company
Following referral to the European Commission, Ofcom is pressing ahead with a new regulatory model governing more open access to Openreach’s ducts, poles and dark fibre
Despite an increasing amount of people shopping online, factors such as product pricing and whether a brand has a physical store still come into play
UK police are gearing up to make it easier for business to report cyber crime, saying that under-reporting continues to be a challenge
Getting on top of data backup and recovery is a challenge that continues to elude some customers with the cloud now becoming increasingly important for those developing disaster recovery plans
Retail digital transformation is a key focus of a newly launched innovation and research center that Tata Consultancy Services unveiled in New York; more news from the week.
An industry group aimed at improving cyber security by tackling enduring challenges has called for collaboration in the fight against cyber fraud
Visa is modernising cross-border business-to-business payments, with blockchain used to connect participating corporate
Product revamp includes new BigTwin SuperServer and launch of 1U Petascale line. Super Micro storage servers are optimized for EDSFF NVMe SSDs and Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory.
Verizon has struck a deal to resell Zoom video conferencing to small and midsize businesses. The telecommunications firm will target the enterprise market with Cisco Webex.
Extreme Networks' Aerohive acquisition would fill a gap in Extreme's WLAN portfolio by adding a cloud-based management option competitive with
Cisco and Aruba.
AI-driven threats may not be here yet, but a new report from Malwarebytes predicts they will be here soon and could potentially change the cybersecurity game for good.
UpGuard security researchers found publicly exposed Amazon S3 buckets from data management firm Attunity, which included company credentials and data from enterprise clients.
Cloud security concerns have ebbed among financial services providers, as the panoply of presenters like Capital One, Discover, Barclays and AQR showed at AWS re:Inforce.
EnterpriseDB is looking to push its database further with help from new financial backers. The deal sees Postgres originator Michael Stonebraker coming onboard as technical adviser.
Robust data coupled with the power of metaphors can help cybersecurity teams tell stories that get the rest of the business on board with new security initiatives and prepare for security crises.