Regional insurance company Great Eastern has rolled out a new digital platform to better serve customers while morphing its DNA from the inside out
The often fraught process of switching mobile network operators will become easier for end-users as new Ofcom regulations come into force
The number of cyber incidents reported by financial services firms increased nearly 12-fold in 2018 from 2017, mainly due to third-party failures, highlighting several key areas that need improvement
Another busy week with executives shuffling into fresh roles across the channel
Etailer continues to enhance the offering for commercial customers with the addition of Business Prime
Google plots datacentre expansions in Germany and North America to provide users with local access to managed Oracle database services in the cloud
NTT says unifying its various units under one umbrella and basing it in London will help it take full advantage of both its clients’ demands for joined up digital services, and the capital’s booming tech economy
The deal gives ScanSource access to intY's CASCADE cloud platform to strengthen its portfolio
Symantec is focusing on enabling businesses to secure data in the cloud after a string of acquisitions, but it also has its eye on the future, which will be all about empowering people, says CTO Hugh Thompson
Colocation giant Equinix is gunning for a larger slice of the hyperscale community's datacentre spend through formation of $1bn joint venture with Singapore wealth fund
At a recent security and identity conference, attendees discussed the IAM market in clear terms: Shiny new features might be cool, but practicality reigns.
Combining Prognos software and Datavant data sharing, healthcare data analytics vendors intend to improve early detection of disease, decision-making and patient care.
Serendipity Labs launched LINC to provide its users a virtual way to reach a global audience on any device through video streaming and content distribution.
Nervous about putting your most sensitive or important files in the cloud? Microsoft's answer is an added layer of security for OneDrive users called Personal Vault.
Elastic SIEM gains interest from former Splunk users, with the promise of cost savings and the prospect of centralized security analytics and IT monitoring data repositories.
More than one-fifth of UK firms have been impacted financially by cyber attacks, yet potentially more than three-quarters of companies polled have never been insured for cyber-related losses
The Post Office has admitted that some subpostmasters are at risk of accounts not balancing due to an error it does not understand
Singapore government singles out biometrics, data analytics and digital forensics as promising areas to boost crime-fighting efforts
The annual report from the biometrics commissioner warns that lack of clear laws on the application of the technologies could further undermine privacy and citizen trust
The latest iteration of the G-Cloud framework has gone live, with about 700 additional suppliers thought to have secured a place on it this time around
The security of devices that make up the internet of things (IoT) is a top concern for many in the industry, but leaks from an IoT database highlights the importance of back-end security too
The Slack outage on Friday was the app's fifth significant connectivity incident of 2019. The company is so far declining to go into detail on its cause.
An analysis of Q1 from the research house has indicated that hosted offerings are growing at much faster rate than traditional hardware and software sales
IT suppliers must comply with tighter cyber security requirements, but are being offered help from government agencies
Using open source machine learning, Palmaz Vineyards developed a tool to automatically alert winemakers of environmental conditions. Soon, the data flowed like wine.
Most UK consumers are still concerned about the security of their personal data, indicating that organisations need to do more to gain consumer trust, such as implementing biometric controls
Resellers selling into customers keen to reduce electronic waste advised to consider the remanufactured option
A court will decide whether the Crown Prosecution Service can refuse to neither confirm nor deny the existence of correspondence with US on investigations into Julian Assange and WikiLeaks
Challenges have been outlined and a consultation launched to find ways to reduce fraud and error loss in central and local government through data-driven technologies.
Independent business intelligence and analytics vendors Qlik and MicroStrategy update their platforms in a move to stay ahead of their competition.
According to new research, phishing kit providers are increasingly using popular cloud services to host their malicious links in an effort to conceal them from detection.
TierPoint's Cloud-to-Cloud Recovery with vCloud Availability disaster recovery-as-a-service offering is now generally available to protect data centers across multi-tenant clouds.
An emerging real estate firm tasked with DevSecOps sought an assist from startup Alcide, which bakes Kubernetes security best practices into its software.
Roll-up company StorCentric expands its storage holdings with Vexata storage arrays for NVMe flash. The Vexata deal follows the June acquisition of backup software vendor Retrospect.
Yext's management platform for businesses' online reviews is now available in the Hootsuite dashboard, following an integration between the two companies.
President Donald Trump promised to loosen trade restrictions on Huawei, while respecting national security concerns, but the details of the changes are still unclear.
A majority of large enterprises in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore are planning to move their financial applications to the cloud within a year
Content delivery provider traces outage back to failings that occurred during a routine update to its web application firewall service
New application areas are pushing the limits of current computing architecture, leading to HPC moving out of research facilities
Nearly a third of top VPNs are secretly owned by Chinese companies, while other owners are based in countries with weak or no privacy laws, potentially putting users at risk, security researchers warn
Customer Experience and Unified Comms players bought together to form a £55m revenue business
Consumers are warming to being supported by chatbots when it comes to financial services, but firms in the sector face hurdles to achieve true end-to-end automation
SD-WAN specialist is keen to sign up distribution partners in the UK before the end of the year
RavenDB's managed cloud database service, RavenDB Cloud, intends to automate security processes, reduce overhead and cater to businesses of all sizes.
The Netherlands appears to be falling behind in open banking, even though the Dutch are digitally proficient and are often early adopters of new technology. What is going on?
Is it useful to study how companies outside of your industry are applying AI? Experts from Shell, Uber and Fellow Robots believe so. Read about their criteria for success in AI.
Ofcom’s latest monitoring report on the changing relationship between BT and Openreach finds room for improvement, but is mostly positive
Security player looks to cover more networking and cloud resellers via latest distribution appointment
The new generation includes upgrades to its segmentation capabilities. CloudEngage's chat product has also been upgraded to save visitor details for personalization.
The UK’s longest-standing mobile operator, Vodafone, has officially turned on its 5G mobile network at an event in London, and reintroduced unlimited data packages for users as it looks to shake up the market
Security researchers are warning that a recently discovered type of ransomware is now exploiting a zero-day Windows vulnerability, and does not require user interaction to trigger an infection
In this Q&A, Christian Kleinerman, vice president of product development at cloud data warehouse vendor Snowflake, talks about the fast-moving company's plans for the next year.
Scality Ring8 file and object storage adds Zenko cloud data orchestration -- called Extended Data Management (XDM) -- but for now that feature is a separate software installation.
Microsoft plans to auto-install the Teams desktop app on Windows devices linked to existing Office ProPlus accounts, an escalation of its push for Teams adoption among Office 365 users.
Social networking users have run into technical difficulties this afternoon when trying to access Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp
D-Link settled a U.S. Federal Trade Commission lawsuit, which alleged the company failed to take basic steps to address security flaws and weaknesses in its products.
Adoption of universal healthcare, or Medicare-for-all-type plans, may make retaining employees and recruiting a lot harder, according to Dan Schawbel, research director at Future Workplace.
The latest refresh of the Huawei CloudEngine switches highlights the preference of U.S. and Chinese enterprises to buy homegrown gear.
U.S. Cybercom issued an alert about active exploitation of a 2-year-old Microsoft Outlook flaw, and experts say an Iranian threat group is behind the attacks.
The onslaught of cyber attacks being reported each day has been a wake-up call, but experts say businesses need to be mindful of the limitations of certain security measures
Email is still the top security vulnerability, a survey shows, but security researchers caution that switching to instant messaging is not necessarily a solution in the longer term
Findings from a Competition and Markets Authority consultation will inform a report aimed at assessing how digital advertising can harm UK consumers
Facebook confirms that technical difficulties blighted its applications and services for several hours on 3 July 2019
US Cyber Command has issued a warning that a patched Microsoft Outlook vulnerability is being exploited by unnamed threat actors, and recommended immediate patching
Ofcom’s latest Communications Market Report examines key trends in the UK’s broadband and mobile market, and finds that access to faster broadband is expanding rapidly across all delivery mechanisms
Payments provider and app developer work together to test out mobile phone-based in-store payments system
The memorandum of understanding is aimed at boosting trade and technology development opportunities between the UK and Poland
Investment in technologies such as facial recognition and artificial intelligence should be introduced to tackle compromises to public safety levels, says report
Security player uses partner event to highlight the benefits of selling more products and services to existing customers
Security and privacy capabilities are essential for stakeholders if they are to realise the benefits of smart buildings and cities, says expert whitepaper
Following a review of its security arrangements, King’s College London has referred itself to the Information Commissioner’s Office after improperly sharing sensitive information about politically active students with police
Kar-go aims to revolutionise online deliveries by cutting the cost of the final mile
Charity’s response to ransomware attack demonstrates that it is possible to ensure minimal disruption if properly prepared
There have been examples of the channel gaining customer experience expertise in the past few weeks and no wonder given the IDC growth forecasts for the technology
Digital bank Fidor is ending its time in the UK, blaming uncertainties in the market
IT consultancy beats off stiff competition to get a two-year multi-million pound public sector contract
The first independent report into use of facial recognition technology by the police found a number of shortcomings around trials that would not withstand legal scrutiny
Armor Cloud Security has retooled its go-to-market strategy and partner program to appeal to cloud consultants, MSPs, MSSPs and resellers; other news from the week.
NHS England chief clinical information officer Simon Eccles will take over as deputy chief executive of NHSX, while technology advisor Hadley Beeman will step in as acting chief technology officer of the new unit