Global IaaS market shows no sign of slowing growth, as its largest participants continue to increase their share at the expense of smaller, more niche competitors
The chief cyber security officer of Carbon Black calls for a new cognitive paradigm to fend off cyber adversaries that are now attacking in cycles
British security researcher who helped halt the global WannaCry ransomware attack that hit the NHS in 2017 has avoided jail in the US for creating other malware
Many local authorities’ IT budgets are being reduced at a time when they are trying to digitally transform to cut costs and improve processes
TSB has been stung for another £36m in costs related to its botched IT migration last year, but managed a profit in its latest six monthly results
Security researchers have discovered vulnerabilities on Visa cards that could be exploited to bypass contactless payment limits and result in huge losses
Overshadowed at the time by Salesforce's acquisition of Tableau, a few months later, Google's acquisition of Looker is still seen as a major positive for Looker's users.
UK privacy watchdog has chosen the first firms to take part in its Sandbox programme aimed at developing innovative and beneficial products and services that are privacy compliant
The Open Data Institute is seeking to find out whether cities have the levels of access needed to access data collected by private sector organisations
A fresh channel face at Vodafone and a new boss at LogRhythm are just a couple of the highlights from the past week
Quantum continues support of legacy tape, NAS and disk, but its products are now 'software-defined and hyper-converged.' CEO Jamie Lerner says its SEC probe is winding down.
In this Q&A, VDC Research's Eric Klein explains why Chrome OS has jumped ahead of the market by providing a browser OS that addresses enterprise use cases.
Tim Mackey of Synopsys tries to clear up some of the mystery around how GDPR regulators determine the fines levied on companies for major data breaches or privacy violations.
Kanarys uses company demographics, anonymous employee reviews and industry rankings in an effort to improve diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
CloudNAS 4.2 is now available, and it includes updates such as new support for JumpCloud and OpenLDAP. Additionally, CacheDrive can now be integrated with third-party applications.
The Gadi supercomputer at the Australian National University will run 10 times faster than its predecessor, giving researchers access to high performance computing resources to solve the toughest research problems
Capital One announces data breach affecting more than 100 million customers as US federal authorities arrest a Seattle woman formerly employed by Amazon Web Services
Huawei has found itself caught in the crossfire of the US president’s trade war with China, but chairman Liang Hua says the firm is rising to the challenge
The London Stock Exchange is looking at a huge tech acquisition to provide customers access to a wealth of data services built using the latest technologies
Nordic Know Your Customer joint venture will create a common Nordic platform based on advanced data management technologies
Nation states are targeting individual mobile users for intelligence gathering and disruption of rivals as security on mobile devices lags behind traditional computing, a report reveals
Vendor brings together various marketing initiatives under one umbrella to help the channel reach out to customers more effectively
Webscale businesses are data-driven. Data drives new application areas and fuels product development – and businesses will need a similar strategy, says analyst
To offer a simpler e-signature software, Adobe introduced Adobe Sign for small businesses.
VMware-Google hybrid cloud partnership should pave the way for enterprises to run their vSphere-based workloads on the search giant's public cloud platform with greater ease
New next-generation datacentre at Hamina and technology training hub in Helsinki illustrate Google’s growing interest in Finland
Printer specialist has moved to head off potential security concerns its channel might face from customers with a tie-up with McAfee
Former Carbonite CEO Mohamad Ali joined tech media company International Data Group as Steve Munford stepped in to become interim CEO.
Senior IT and business leaders need to get involved in internet-of-things pilots and trials to avoid project failures
The UK Council for Internet Safety has an expanded scope to tackle digital abuse and will inform future policy development
Democrats are hoping to discourage firms from moving jobs overseas by reporting where employees are located. One lawmaker also wants clarity on how outsourced workers are trained.
A Cisco marketing program is getting a new look as the vendor refreshes its partner marketing training and rolls out a new comarketing service focused on digital campaigns.
Hitachi Vantara's new Pentaho update brings DataOps capabilities for data management to help organizations derive better data insights.
Enterprises have disclosed a number of significant data breaches in the first half of 2019. Here's a look at some of the biggest and most notable breaches so far this year.
Researchers and developer Wind River disagree over how many devices and users are at risk from the URGENT/11 vulnerabilities in the VxWorks real-time operating system.
Using Alien Labs threat intelligence, AT&T Cybersecurity's Managed Threat Detection and Response service intends to identify and contain cybersecurity threats sooner to reduce data breaches.
Making movies is a file-intensive business, and Hollywood studios must give their artists the right storage technologies to store, manage and protect business-critical data.
The FBI arrested a former AWS engineer who allegedly stole data for more than 100 million Capital One customers and credit card applications, thanks to a misconfigured firewall.
Which comes first -- automated app deployment pipelines, or automated infrastructures on which to deploy? At GitOps shop Procore, the answer is emphatically the former.
The VMware acquisition of Uhana adds AI-driven network automation to VMware's virtualization platform for carriers. VMware competes against IBM's Red Hat.
While businesses should avoid going into checkbox compliance mode, the constant flux of regulations on cyber security and privacy has led to calls for more legislative coherence from regulators
VMware's deal with Google is the latest among top-tier players supporting each other's cloud. The question now is: How will Microsoft and IBM-Red Hat respond?
A new report produced by TechUK and the Liverpool 5G testbed shows how 5G can be used effectively in the NHS, and offers recommendations to government
Police Scotland is embarking on a £3.9m network project as part of its wider digital transformation strategy
Bahrain AWS region, with three datacentres, links Middle East to AWS's global network and will help to accelerate digital transformation
Channel player issues trading statement covering its first half revealing that the business is progressing well in fiscal 19
Demand for smartphones has slowed down dramatically – Apple is struggling to shift iPhones, while the US ban has affected Huawei
Financial services are among the most attractive targets for cyber attackers, security researchers reveal, with phishing and credential stuffing among the top threats
Openreach has announced 36 new locations in line for its expanding full-fibre broadband network build, with Scotland a particular focus after the announcement of additional rates relief
Parallels added new capabilities to its Remote Application Server product, including better reporting and monitoring for management and easier access to daily applications.
Qualys IOC 2.0 comes with increased threat detection and response capabilities designed to more accurately detect indicators of compromise and potential cyberattacks.
The acquisitions, funding rounds and CEO changes among backup vendors so far this year hint that even more changes are coming. Experts weigh in on the trends in backup we've already seen in 2019.
Support for multiple clouds, tighter integration with Kubernetes and indexing enhancements that accelerate database performance highlight the new NuoDB release.
Microsoft says it will stop offering Skype for Business Online starting July 31, 2021, making Teams the go-to Office 365 application for online calling and collaboration.
S1 as a service is software-defined storage and combines StorONE's storage services with hardware to provide on-premises storage with a cloudlike subscription service.
Naveego Accelerator enables users to check for inaccurate data, incomplete data or improperly formatted data to prevent inconsistencies that could cost businesses money.
New Adobe analytics features Query Service and Data Science Workspace are generally available on the Adobe Experience Platform after being announced in beta almost a year ago.
Google wants more enterprise workloads on its cloud, and has launched an Azure VM migration service and other features in pursuit of them.
When European car-sharing startup Drivy becomes Getaround this fall, a SaaS management tool will integrate the two companies' IT systems, an increasingly common need for businesses.
For health systems with one foot in a fee-for-service model and the other in value-based care, reimbursement for services can get tricky.
Google Project Zero researchers disclosed six iOS vulnerabilities, including proof-of-concept code that could allow for attacks requiring no user interaction.
AWS CloudFormation users now have a public roadmap, which should help them plan use of the infrastructure-as-code tool. But AWS hasn't promised faster CloudFormation development.
Western Digital's object storage product update boosts capacity and throughput, supports asynchronous object distribution for multisite DR and offers 14 TB HDDs.
NTUC Enterprise is starting to look more like a technology company, employing DevOps to speed up software development and developing new digital business models even as cultural barriers to transformation remain
James Glenn, a video surveillance expert working for a Cisco reseller in Denmark, alerted Cisco to security faults and stands to gain a share of a multimillion-dollar settlement with the US government
IBM's Garage methodology, which has helped more than 500 customers move to the cloud, modernize legacy apps and create new ones, has expanded its language support and internal use.
Food delivery tech company Deliveroo is using a recent acquisition of local startup Cultivate to build a tech hub in Edinburgh
Leaders across UK public sector see their current legacy technology as a key hurdle to modernisation, according to research
Cyber security firm finds two databases likely to be related to the Sephora data breach that affected online customers in Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand
Security professionals believe the first big fines under the General Data Protection Regulation will get organisations to take the new rules more seriously, but will not necessarily change policies or practices
IBM’s older workforce have taken legal action as they are dropped in favour of younger employees during the company’s attempts to reinvent itself as a ‘cool and trendy’ place to work
Latest analysis of cloud and internet usage trends in the enterprise space by Netskope suggests the majority of the off-premise services businesses use are not fit for purpose from a security and data protection standpoint
The London Stock Exchange has agreed to a multi-billion pound takeover of data giant Refinitiv
The industrial control system cyber risk to global oil and gas companies is high and rising, as new attack groups continue to enter the arena
Channel player's CEO opens up about the importance of having the staff to deliver its growth ambitions during a call discussing its Q2 results
CompTIA has found that resellers are starting to get on board with improving customer experience strategies to remain competitive
Distributor builds on existing US relationship to add AWS to its UK and Ireland portfolio
DCMS Committee chairman asks Facebook to clarify what it knew about Cambridge Analytica’s use of its data and when
Amazon sets out plans to ramp up availability of green power in Ireland and US, as its push to make its datacentre fleet run in a more sustainable way continues apace
Computer science degrees account for the largest proportion of students who drop out before completion
The E8 Storage portfolio includes D-24 appliances that pack 24 NVMe SSDs in 2U, plus software-defined storage software for reference hardware with major server vendors.
Building society is setting up its first major tech presence in London to help it access deep skills pool
Research into how the contractor community views the government and its ability to deliver the private sector IR35 reforms should provide “food for thought” for prime minister Boris Johnson
Asigra partnered with Zadara to release a purpose-built backup appliance with a subscription-based pricing model. It's aimed at service providers who would rather rent than buy.
Dgraph Labs looks expand its graph database platform, which offers the promise of reducing isolated data sources and speeding up queries.
SafeBreach has launched SafeBreach GRID, a breach and attack simulation application that helps security teams decide which security gaps to address first.
With the acquisition deal done, IBM shared its plans to have Red Hat OpenShift software serve as foundational building blocks that can be used to create applications spanning hybrid and multi-cloud environments via IBM Cloud Paks.
Gurucul's new Network Behavior Analytics tool uses machine learning analytics to provide a full view of network activity to identify and monitor unusual activity from any entity.
Permodalan Nasional chooses Alibaba Cloud for hybrid cloud architecture to boost speed to market and gain scalability
The government has announced a second phase of research to help understand the UK's cyber security labour market
A lack of resources is the top challenge to information security professionals, followed by a lack of experience and skills, a survey reveals
The intelligent automation specialist has gained a significant investment from a private equity backer that will give it the chance to dedicate funds to both its product strategy and M&A activity
Combined business will create a sizeable operation offering managed services to the mid-market
Local authority to bring IT services in-house, saying “the time is right to transfer the services back to the council”
CloudKnox Security updated its Cloud Security Platform with features such as Privilege-on-Demand, Auto-Remediation for Machine Identities and Anomaly Detection.
Exten Technologies' HyperDynamic storage software is now available in its newest iteration. New features added were designed to simplify NVMe-oF storage management and deployment.
BT’s new chief executive Philip Jansen says he is ready to help meet Boris Johnson’s broadband roll-out goals, but warns the cost will be high
The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has concluded a major events programme supporting one of its upcoming reviews
The settlement resolves allegations that a Cisco security flaw left governments vulnerable to hackers for years without the company taking action.
Organizations have to map out ethical boundaries for data mining and analytics applications, according to participants in a roundtable discussion on data and ethics.
History from a Slack channel run by the Capital One data breach suspect points to data stolen from more organizations, but no evidence of other attacks has been found yet.
Cohesity CyberScan uses Tenable.io to find security vulnerabilities in backup copies. Because the app is scanning backups, it doesn't affect performance of production environments.
The IBM-Red Hat merger has produced IBM Cloud Paks, a new OpenShift-based product line. Executives said Cloud Paks will benefit both IBM and Red Hat's partners; other news.
The newest Bluescape app enables users to give presentations by launching a session from the app onto a larger touchscreen. The app is available for both Android and iOS.
In a quest to be the 'Amazon of state services,' Colorado's chief data officer is rolling out an API integration platform. Challenges abound. Here are the lessons learned.
From an electronic stethoscope to a voice technology platform, six startups presented their products at the 11th annual mHealth & Telehealth World Summit in Boston.