Subpostmasters suffering slow running and frozen terminals while Post Office searches for a fix to issues apparently caused by a software update
Organisations are focusing on internet of things and cloud in developing cyber defence systems, study shows
Shoppers want to use mobile or the web to see availability of items in stores near them in a growing trend towards convenience shopping
Key milestones were completed as the government department seeks to evolve its service delivery with innovations such as distributed ledger technologies
The use of the facial recognition app by South Wales Police marks the latest deployment of controversial facial recognition technology by police forces in the UK
Atos will integrate CXone with Circuit and sell it as Cloud Contact Center-powered by CXone. Customers will still have the option of Atos' on-premises contact center platform.
TACC added a Quantum tape library to its Ranch long-term storage system for better space allocation control and to replace an aging Oracle HSM-based archive system.
A new Telefónica security service for business shows that phishing is the most-blocked threat and smaller businesses are a popular attack target in the first two months of deployment
The 22nd Black Hat conference in Las Vegas brought together a slew of vendors in network and data security with a variety of security offerings to pitch.
New Formulus Black CEO's past work at Oracle cued him into the need for performance-boosting memory technology to address CPU and I/O constraints in data-heavy workloads.
Interest in deploying ERP systems to the cloud continued to increase in 2019, but deployments may be slowed by misunderstanding and uncertainty about vendor roadmaps and costs.
Conversica's AI platform, Conversica AVA.ai, received upgrades that are intended to personalize communication with customers and improve productivity.
The cyber insurance market is growing rapidly and policies are incredibly inexpensive -- but experts at Black Hat 2019 had concerns about those low prices.
The Malaysian government wants to tap telematics, IoT and other nascent technologies to improve road safety and ease traffic congestion
Microsoft and Indian telecoms giant Jio will deliver cloud infrastructure services through two new datacentres being built in Gujarat and Maharashtra
With the release of Reveal, an embedded business intelligence platform, longtime software vendor Infragistics is expanding its presence in the analytics space.
A security researcher has revealed that internet-connected building automating devices using the BACnet communication protocol are vulnerable to cyber attack
EE once again emerges as the top 4G network performer in RootMetrics’ latest semi-annual, UK-wide survey
Most UK businesses are still failing to address the human element in cyber security as part of an integrated approach, exposing themselves unnecessarily to cyber criminal attacks, a study shows
The U.S. is buying an exascale system from Cray Inc., its third from the company which is now being acquired by HPE. The $600 million system will be used in nuclear weapons development.
Shasta platform will be used to expand traditional supercomputing to support complex workflows
The first 5G sites in Ireland have gone live in Cork, Dublin, Galway, Limerick and Waterford
Credit union cooperative Desjardins reveals that a data breach in June cost the company $53m in the second quarter, but that could be just the start, warn industry commentators
Scale Computing founder and CEO Jeff Ready claims demand for HC3 is pulling the vendor into more enterprise use cases as edge-created data prompts companies to consolidate IT.
Immersive technology will support processes around the development of high-speed railway’s London super hub before it is built
Back-office transformation is a key area of focus for the government as new deals continue to flow despite economic uncertainty, according to research
The capabilities that come with connecting your smartphone to your PC can have substantial benefits for end users, according to analysts, as Samsung and Microsoft partner.
After five years of running Project Zero, Google wants to expand the scope to an open alliance of vulnerability researchers all working toward the same goal to 'make 0day hard.'
Intraprise Health introduced new software designed to prevent healthcare security breaches by monitoring third-party risks across the enterprise and improving security management processes.
The new Apollo update is intended to enable organizations to federate multiple enterprise data sets more easily and use APIs to tap into disparate data sources.
A top APAC executive at IBM says the move to containerise and run its software on Red Hat OpenShift is a big step forward for the company
Channel player delivers solid set of numbers for its fiscal year at the same time as investing in IT systems to support future ambitions
Link-up is part of a commitment to share strategic information with partners and law enforcement to bolster threat intelligence in the global fight against cyber crime
British Airways has not addressed a potential leak of passenger details despite warnings from security researchers, but says it is aware of the issue and is taking action
Financial Conduct Authority gives companies under its watch an extra 18 months to meet an EU payments security standard
Cryptomining malware designed to evade detection is capable of invading every device in targeted companies, researchers warn
Norway's intelligence services has revealed the extent of the threat posed to the country by cyber attacks
The level of cooperation between high-profile cyber threat groups has shifted up a gear, enabling a higher level of automation and making attribution more difficult, research shows
Fusion delivered enhancements to its UCaaS platform, FusionWorks Pro UC, developed on the company's Single Source cloud services platform.
The General Data Protection Regulation is over a year old now, but it faces challenges across Europe where compliance has taken place at different speeds
VMware's new desktop-as-a-service product will get some play at VMworld. How Managed Desktops differs from its Horizon 7 offering is still a mystery.
Administrators weighed down by news of the BlueKeep vulnerability will have to contend with a similar bug some are calling DejaBlue.
A funding round has been announced as part of the Cyber Skills Immediate Impact Fund (CSIIF) with aims of encouraging more diverse talent into the UK’s cyber security sector
The discovery of a publicly accessible database of biometric information highlights failings by the supplier, the need for supply chain security, and the challenges of using biometric data
CloudBees CEO Sacha Labourey puts his roadmap cards on the table for the next generation of the company's CI/CD tools and an upcoming project to co-develop CI/CD for Anthos with Google.
Shakeout and consolidation is taking place among NVMe flash startups. New investment gives Pavilion Data Systems a longer runway to add data features, expand sales.
With capabilities providing data governance, automated disaster recovery failover and failback and continuous data protection, Rubrik Andes 5.1 seeks to consolidate tools and silos.
Avaya will decide within 30 days whether to pursue a sale or other 'strategic transaction' to compensate shareholders. The company is in advanced talks with multiple parties.
Five months after it stated it would be pursuing strategic partnerships, Domo appears to be making a move toward implementing that strategy with the hiring of three new executives.
With updates to Infor Concierge, the vendor intends to improve customer access to Infor ERP services and products to expedite the problem-solving process.
High demand for increasingly dynamic, personalized websites means that compute-optimized VMs are relevant for companies such as WordPress hosting provider WP Engine.
Microsoft disclosed four remote code execution flaws in Remote Desktop Services that are similar to BlueKeep, as well as other vulnerabilities in RDP.
A team of University of Melbourne researchers has been able to re-identify individuals from a public transport dataset, raising serious privacy, safety and security issues
Merger and acquisition activity in colocation market leaps as demand for cloud continues to reshape the enterprise and hyperscale datacentre landscape
Formjacking has become one of the most popular data stealing methods, say researchers, who urge commercial websites to review all third-party coding practices without delay
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins reveals the firm is being edged out of the Chinese market
The majority of UK financial companies are failing to prevent cyber security incidents, mainly because of employees failing to follow security policies and a lack of security budget, a survey reveals
Software development platform removes the need for expert programmers when adding functionality to applications
The Nordic region's tech startup industry is geared towards creating tech in the healthcare sector with apps aimed at the elderly a growing segment
The number of data breach incidents continues to rise and looks set to reach another record this year, with the business sector first in the firing line, according to a mid-year breach report
A new partnership between Salesforce and Southern New Hampshire University enables students to earn college credit by completing guided learning modules through Trailhead.
While the number of people choosing to participate in A-levels has fallen, computing candidates are on the rise
European countries are continuing to see significant growth in financial technology investment as total global investment decreases
More than 600 Google staff have signed a petition, urging the cloud giant not to participate in a bidding war with its rivals to secure US border agency datacentre consolidation-related contract
New graphics processing unit platform, running on Azure, is set to make Bing a little bit cleverer
HR is urged to play a role in facilities management as research underscores the link between workplace conditions such as air quality and employee productivity.
The Post Office has fixed the latest problems with its Horizon system, affecting hundreds of branches
The world of fast flash storage evolves slowly; NVMe has emerged, but other types of SCM and persistent memory still have a ways to go before appearing in the data center.
First released in late 2018, AWS Lake Formation is now generally available and it could be the force that helps to accelerate adoption in the cloud data lake market.
Updates to Metadata's AI marketing platform include new usability features and improved automation to bolster its marketing personalization to target new and existing clients.
Industry observers believe that if SAP is to remain competitive, S/4HANA migrations need to pick up, and new leadership needs to convince customers of the intelligent enterprise's value.
Canadian news outlet The Globe and Mail has broadly adopted AWS cloud services in a bid to increase reader engagement and digital subscription revenue.
Tools from IBM and VMware help developers build apps that are deployed on Kubernetes clusters, as well as handle complex Kubernetes workloads.
As enterprises rely more on conversational agents to power customer service efforts, tech vendors such as IBM and Google steadily develop new methods of training language models.
VMware is in talks to buy Pivotal for about $1.45 billion in a move that could benefit both companies but also require some strategic realignment.
A report by the security software vendor Okta found that many businesses subscribed to Office 365 also use Slack and Zoom, despite having access to Microsoft Teams.
A top Ping Identity executive urges Australia to put more focus on digital identity management following the government’s efforts to lay the groundwork for an open banking regime
Cisco forecast weak revenue growth in the current quarter, as service provider sales fell and product orders were flat. The company also reported being shut out of China.
With key maturity milestones behind them, the maintainers of Jenkins X prepare a SaaS version, and plan to collaborate with Google's Tekton and Netflix's Spinnaker.
The government takes another step towards ramping up use of data-driven technologies in the public health system, with expected benefits including reduced pressure on public resources
Edinburgh-based facility National Robotarium is hoped to support the growth of national smart robotics companies
UK privacy watchdog is to investigate whether the use of live facial recognition technology at King’s Cross complies with data protection laws
The London Stock Exchange suffered a 90-minute technical outage which prevented early trading in major stocks
Most third-party risks are discovered after the initial due diligence period, Gartner study shows, highlighting the need for a new approach to risk management and the importance of effective access controls
The passwordless enterprise is getting easier to attain as the security industry gears up to support a passwordless future, says RSA’s identity chief
Virtual Instruments added more offerings to its cloud migration and hybrid infrastructure management portfolio with an acquisition of Metricly.
People continue to use passwords that have been breached. Google has proposed a protocol, which could warn them if their credentials have been stolen
NetApp flash storage revenue takes a nosedive amid fears of global slowdown, U.S. tariffs and civil unrest across Europe. Is it a symptom of a looming problem for vendors?
The new Actifio GO for GCP has expanded from backup as a service to include copy data management and disaster recovery, putting it on par with the vendor's on-premises product.
Lead lists and content-sharing features added to LinkedIn Sales Navigator give frontline salespeople more leads -- and more tools to engage them.
IBM's partner ecosystem strategy has entered a new phase under David La Rose, who said extending Red Hat into new markets will be among his top priorities; more news from the week.
Continuous delivery tools are poised to add comprehensive breadth and analytical depth, but whether most enterprises can assimilate them is another matter.
Given the different strengths of Salesforce's Einstein Analytics platform and Tableau, the BI tools could prove complementary now that Tableau is part of Salesforce.
The new form designer by Nintex brings user-friendly capabilities to Nintex Forms for both electronic form creation and data collection processes.
The two latest Windows security vulnerabilities reiterate the importance for IT admins to stay diligent when updating and managing an organization's operating system.