The Singapore-based startup hopes to lower the cost of deploying and maintaining robotic process automation technology with a platform that combines machine learning and data processing capabilities
HMRC has shifted half of its systems to virtualised servers, and is nearing completion of a major core system roll out and boosting data capability to support its digital ambitions
Bank has raised £50m more finance, which will contribute to funding its project to migrate to the cloud
Jungle has made the first of a few acquisitions as it looks to extend its managed services portfolio
Big technology firms have pledged their support for UK investment in an initiative to “design out” of new tech the most damaging cyber security threats
Recommendations due in late 2019 and early 2020 from Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation’s work on online targeting and bias in algorithmic decision-making
New rules around how mobile contracts are sold should give end-users a fairer deal
Bank has integrated the Box collaboration platform to provide a new, secure document-sharing service for its customers
Wholesale price cuts of almost 40% will help Openreach’s CSP customers grow their full-fibre customer bases, and generate a better return on their investment
Global settlement with US authorities follows systems breach that saw more than 140 million customer records stolen
Another seven days that have seen personnel movement across the channel
Most SAP customers should not be afraid of going through an S/4HANA implementation, but they need to understand the benefits first, according to Approyo CEO Chris Carter.
Under the settlement with the FTC and state attorneys general, Equifax will fork over at least $575 million in civil penalties and provide credit monitoring services to consumers.
Connect.ID is composed of Connect.ID Platform and Connect.ID Intelligence. It is designed to enable enterprises to build business websites more efficiently.
A new OpenAI partnership with Microsoft aims to provide OpenAI with an influx of capital to boost its AGI research and give Microsoft new supercomputing Azure AI capabilities.
Software giant Microsoft uses machine learning models to detect emerging threats while keeping an eye on potential bias in security data points that could derail its analysis
Upgrades to key systems and cyber defence capability will be required so the non-departmental public body can continue to perform key functions, according to a major review
Culture secretary says he cannot yet make specific decisions about Huawei’s involvement in the UK’s telecoms and mobile networks due to a lack of clarity from the US, effectively green-lighting its use
The High Court is to hear a challenge by two human rights groups of a controversial clause in new UK data protection legislation they say is in conflict with the EU’s Charter of Fundamental Rights and undermines the General Data Protection Regulation
The $1bn multi-year investment should put Microsoft developers at the forefront of coming up with artificial intelligence tools for the Azure Cloud
Data breach costs have risen in the past decade, and the financial impact can be felt for years. Breaches posing a growing risk for small businesses, a study shows, underlining the importance of incident response
March 2019 ransomware attack could cost Norwegian aluminium giant up to $75m in the first half of the year, according to latest estimates
Security researchers developed a method to make "pure AI" antimalware products classify malware as benign, but it is unclear what antimalware solutions could be considered "pure AI."
Ofcom’s latest stats show a downward trend in consumer complaint volumes, but some are bucking the trend
Almost a third of European businesses admit they are still not compliant with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation, but there are encouraging signs of increased maturity in data protection, with the new rules driving better, business-supporting practices
With Zia, IT teams can ask questions via voice or text to quickly access data and insight. Available with ManageEngine Analytics Plus, the AI intends to increase productivity.
Home Office quietly announces a major extension to the ESN project, pumping over £200m of additional taxpayer money into its contract with EE
A programme led by Public Health England and NHSX will aim to usher in a “new era of evidence-based self-care", with patients increasingly expected to allow access to their personal data
UK university cyber security is once again under the spotlight after Lancaster University reveals that it has been targeted by a phishing attack used to send fake invoices
Facebook will boost monthly fees for Workplace by Facebook but offer a discount to so-called front-line workers, such as baristas, warehouse workers and hospital staff.
It has been a busy first half of 2019 for the cloud computing market. Here is a rundown of the biggest cloud news stories so far this year with implications for the industry and customers.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted to lift a ban on using federal funds to create a national patient identifier. Healthcare leaders now want the U.S. Senate to do the same.
The L7 Defense application Ammune API Defense will run on Niagara Networks' Open Visibility Platform in an effort to bring security to API communications.
Verizon is offering a software-defined interconnection to Equinix colo data centers. The Verizon-Equinix service is an alternative to a physical network connection.
After a description for building a remote BlueKeep exploit is posted on GitHub, experts warn that attacks in the wild are becoming more likely and users need to patch.
Enterprise technology bigwig HPE is trumpeting its ability to help companies better manage edge workloads, claiming that its purchase of Aruba has been its most successful acquisition
Swedish report into use of artificial intelligence in military systems reveals opportunities and concerns
The UK government has used a controversial GDPR opt-out in response to the majority of its immigration-related data requests since the start of 2019, the High Court has heard
Canonical will help BT and EE deliver new services to end-users more quickly
A programme in the Netherlands is creating a smart neighbourhood as a pilot for how people could live in the future
Security specialists need to remain focused on dealing with a problem that has made an unwelcome return to growth in the UK
Despite a global decrease in the volume of malware in the past year, ransomware is surging once again, and the UK is one of the worst-hit countries, a report reveals
Cloud player has shared its 2018 numbers showing that revenues have increased by double digits
Leading CIOs shift from tech to leadership focus, but a new survey from ServiceNow has found that UK CIOs have not increased workflow budget
The US Department of Justice has called for an antitrust investigation into how “market-leading” online platform operators in the search, social media and retail space operate
When migrating to Office 365, IT admins need to keep the end users in mind. That was the big takeaway from a training session at a Virtual Technology User Group event in Maine.
Facebook pays record fine after breaching users’ privacy, following settlements with Federal Trade Commission and Securities and Exchange Commission
Spanish banking giant Santander Group is creating a global digital unit as part of its transformation plans
A new StorageCraft small-business backup and disaster recovery appliance targets managed service providers, which the company said have a chance to standardize their offerings.
The Litmus update enables marketers to import email files from cloud storage services -- including Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive -- and adds privacy protection.
Cyber crime cost the global economy £2.3m every minute in 2018, reveals a report aimed at defining the scale of cyber attacks taking place over the internet
France is racing ahead of Germany when it comes to making the most of service companies in India
There are almost as many tools to assist with DevSecOps as there are definitions for the term – how one managed service provider that serves federal agencies chose a compliance-as-code vendor.
Salesforce expands its small-business offering with tools to facilitate customer conversations on Facebook Messenger, Instagram, YouTube and web chat.
With breweries in Colorado and North Carolina, New Belgium Brewing Co. moved shared production apps from cloud to local cluster of Dell EMC hyper-converged infrastructure.
EtherMeet by EtherLabs combines AI, video conferencing and messaging platform Slack to enhance team collaboration, particularly for remote and long-distance employees.
AWS is expected to win the DoD's $10 billion JEDI cloud contract. The single-cloud vendor deal has brought criticism and some believe Microsoft will eventually play an important role, too.
KACE Systems Deployment Appliance 7.0 and KACE Systems Management Appliance 9.1 are both now available from Quest Software to enable IT admins to manage devices in a network.
Backup alone is not enough, according to Acronis CEO Serguei Beloussov. True data protection involves a combination of security, privacy and accessibility on top of backup.
An investigation revealed the password spraying attack that gave malicious actors access to Citrix systems resulted in only some business documents being stolen.
Australian organisations have become more productive by using cloud but some are still grappling with migration woes, a survey finds
The cloud applications giant is tapping Alibaba’s footprint in e-commerce and cloud in an effort to expand its business in the Greater China region
Investors responded positively after social networking firm reported better-than-expected second-quarter results after budgeting for FTC fine, but the company faces a further antitrust investigation
The new Prime Minister has brought in ministers in all the key government posts affecting digital and technology policy
Enterprise tech giants HPE and SAP are among a number of technology firms which have responded to the UN’s calls for corporations to do more to reduce the risk of global warming and cut their emissions
Customers in 20 towns and cities around the UK will be able to access O2’s 5G network by Christmas 2019
Trading update from channel player indicates that its fiscal fourth quarter is going well
The UK system that makes it easy to change bank account has seen a surge in businesses taking up the service
Professional social networking site reveals plans to move all its workloads to the Microsoft public cloud over the next few years
Telefónica UK boss Mark Evans warns that Ofcom is prioritising action on behalf of consumers to the exclusion of enabling the telecoms and mobile industry to grow
Enterprise IT giant aims to take advantage of India’s fast-growing economy and the country’s wealth of tech talent
IDC is expecting strong growth and Masergy is stressing this is no longer just on the radar but a technology being widely adopted
Small businesses are the primary target for cyber attacks, yet most are unprepared and do not think they will be targeted, a survey reveals
Mobile banking malware surged in the first half of the year, email scams geared up and attacks on cloud increased, while illicit cryptocurrency miners declined, report reveals
With the Mitre ATT&CK framework, D3's SOAR 2.0 platform can identify and map security events, predict the kill chain and trigger automated responses to remediate threats.
Cable TV operator is betting that improvements to the Docsis standard will enable it to offer gigabit broadband without full-fibre
AWS customers have long bemoaned its complexity, which can lead to inadvertent costs. Now AWS has a recommendation tool to help them optimize their EC2 instances for cost and performance.
The Cabinet Office’s executive agency tweaks its modernisation strategy to boost government procurement efficiency and advances its own technology agenda
IT organizations are still in the early stages of their cloud storage journeys as they figure out the best use cases beyond backup, archive and disaster recovery.
Designed for businesses without an IT team, 8x8 Express offers unlimited calling and gives access to 8x8 Meetings, a platform for collaborative video conferencing.
Open source storage hardware provider iXsystems added two new models to its FreeNAS Mini lineup: the FreeNAS Mini XL+ for professionals and FreeNAS Mini E for small offices.
Arrcus' latest version of ArcOS supports Broadcom's Jericho2 chipset for switches and routers aimed at 5G networks, hyperscale cloud and the edge.
Immunity CEO Dave Aitel defended his company's decision to sell a full RCE BlueKeep exploit as part of a pen testing tool, saying the exploit is necessary to demonstrate risk.
Microsoft's move to a la carte pricing for Dynamics 365 could lead to higher costs for some customers. The new pricing plan takes effect Oct. 1.
GKE users like the Workload Identity feature for Kubernetes authentication with GCP services, but similar improvements to core cluster security present a potential market-wide migration headache.
Cyber security firm calls for organisations to double up on threat-hunting now that nearly all attack and reconnaissance traffic is automated
Former telecoms executive Nigel Adams takes over as minister for digital and sport, succeeding Margot James
Anti-ransomware cross-industry initiative says it has prevented more than £86m in ransom payments as it marks its third anniversary, which coincides with a resurgence in ransomware in many parts of the world
Amazon's latest set of results suggest the law of big numbers might be kicking in for its cloud division, while its retail arm grapples with spiralling costs pertaining to the roll-out of its one-day delivery service
The decision by Arrow to exit the IT asset disposal business in the UK could be an opportunity for others
Cyber security professionals need to keep up to date with email-borne threats because they continue to evolve and have a major impact on business, research reveals
Inspired by the IBM-Red Hat model, Cloudera goes the open source route to broaden its market as demand for Hadoop weakens and the vendor takes on big competitors like AWS.
Vendor reveals that it expects to deliver more CPUs to ease some of the shortages that have been in the market
The Trump administration wants to merge the Office of Personnel Management with the General Services Administration. Critics warn doing so would have serious consequences.
The latest IDC SD-WAN market report shows the amount companies spend annually on infrastructure will more than triple from 2018 to 2023, when it will reach $5.25 billion.
PagerDuty, Splunk and other vendors have added BizDevOps features to their IT management tools, but if they build it, will enterprises come?
Many top-tier server hardware suppliers redoubled their efforts to deliver products such as supercomputers to capture a piece of the AI and machine learning hardware market.
OpsRamp, which provides a SaaS-based AIOps platform, is emphasizing resellers and VARs in a newly launched channel partner program; more news from the week.
ChatOps has become a pillar of DevOps in recent years. To that end, AWS has rolled out a managed chatbot service that integrates with Slack and Chime.
The new Core HR software is the latest module addition to the Core portfolio. Core HR was designed in an effort to reduce the time HR employees spend doing paperwork.
The latest version of Mendix's low-code platform aims to empower both professional developers and citizen developers to build apps easily.