Mobile operator Three has switched on its 5G service, but for now it will only be available as a home broadband service
An emerging breed of detection and response offerings is going beyond endpoints to collect and decipher telemetry data from across the enterprise
Managed services player with a focus on Microsoft takes revenues past the £75m mark with a move to pick up Mirus
Sovereign wealth fund’s internal IT team handled migration process, which has slashed the organisation’s technology operational costs
Storage monitoring specialist Virtual Instruments buys Metricly to add monitoring of AWS compute CPU, memory and resource utilisation to save customer costs
UK automation software company has opened and staffed a Nordic office to give customers in the region a better service
American network operators given extra wiggle room to wean themselves off Huawei’s hardware
Ransomware modifications have more than doubled in the past year, the number of ransomware families has grown, and the number of attempted infections is up nearly 50%
The AI chip has 10,000 times more bandwidth to accelerate artificial intelligence training
Hosting specialist will become Aptum Technologies as it looks to chart a fresh course under the ownership of Digital Colony
Daniel Allen explains how a lack of U.S. cryptocurrency regulation increases exploitation vulnerabilities, and shares his ideas for implementing regulatory oversight.
Confidence in the security of the 2020 election spanned the gamut, depending on who you asked at DEF CON's Voting Village, with local officials more optimistic than technologists.
Companies are turning to open source network automation tools as less expensive, good-enough alternatives to Cisco ACI and VMware NSX.
Maven AI's updates are aimed at enabling new conversational commerce use cases. The new capabilities include Maven Assist, Maven AI-Powered Routing and Maven Developer APIs.
Commercial cyber criminal services are helping to drive up the number of account takeovers, a fraud report for the first half of the year shows
With the cloud-connected ball and machine learning, amateur cricket players will soon be able to analyse their bowls and improve their game
Myriota and Optus Business will leverage each other’s connectivity and network footprint to help Australia’s industries connect up internet of things sensors in remote areas
A study shows that most fintech startups, like most banks, are failing to address vulnerabilities in the web and mobile applications, underlining the scale of the challenge
Wagestream app enables Casual Dining Group employees to receive salary payments in advance for a small fee
Building and maintaining an SD-WAN is perceived as a complicated endeavour, and the industry’s messages are not getting through, says a new report
Huawei has hit back at the US government’s latest moves to restrict its activities
Malware remains the top security threat to organisations, with ransomware still considered to be the top malware threat and lack of budget the biggest obstacle to defence, a study shows
Procurement management organisation YPO has set live a public sector framework designed to support local authorities and educational institutions embrace hybrid cloud
The quarterly release of SAP S/4HANA Cloud includes new RPA and embedded analytics capabilities. One analyst was blunt about his take: He called the additions 'bells and whistles.'
Grants of up to £350,000 will be invested from the £7.5m Local Digital Fund for local authorities to enhance their projects focused on innovation
Despite the rise in automation, industrial processes are at risk due to human error, a report on industrial cyber security reveals
A new alliance uniting IT services firm DXC Technology with Google will focus on artificial intelligence and SAP migration as opportunities for collaboration.
Ultrafast full-fibre broadband products are 12 times faster than Sky’s previous fastest offering and will be immediately within reach of two million homes
Expanding its database management system offerings, cloud computing vendor DigitalOcean added Managed Databases support for MySQL and Redis.
The digital unit decides to prioritise improving the delivery of services and starts discovery exercise
Data Warehouse, Evergage's new BI analytics product, is designed to collect and analyze customer data in an effort to provide more information and analysis to business analysts.
The VMware acquisition of Veriflow is expected to help vRealize users determine the integrity of a network design before it goes into production.
Security researchers discovered a way to force Bluetooth devices to use easy-to-crack encryption keys, which could lead to man-in-the-middle attacks and information leaks.
Oracle laid off much of the division that built and maintained its FS1 All Flash Storage Array this week. Analysts expect the company’s storage focus will be on Exadata and cloud options.
Microsoft has acquired jClarity to help optimize its Azure cloud platform to run Java workloads, a coveted target for the now open source-friendly software giant.
Russian-speaking advanced persistent threat group has set its sights on banks in the region, customising its arsenal for targeted attacks
Growth in data connectivity and the adoption of technologies such as robotic process automation are fuelling a tech revolution in transport and logistics
The majority of UK firms are holding off adopting new, more efficient and cost effective technology because they are failing to see cyber security as a driver of strategic value, report reveals
Criminal and nation-state cyber attackers are increasingly targeting the healthcare industry to steal data, carry out espionage and cause disruption, a report reveals
An open and transparent culture that encourages developers to take risks and assume the best intent of co-workers has been the defining character of Facebook’s engineering organisation
The latest data suggests the UK tech sector is on track for its best year ever, with the potential to attract up to $11bn in investment by the end of the year
UK consumers were unable to access some banking services due to a hardware failure at a US payments provider
Teams, Office 365 and other cloud-based tools are being rolled out to give council staff greater flexibility
Box has introduced an add-in to its cloud-based collaboration platform to lock down and monitor access to files and folders
Salesforce, which juggles multiple DNS providers to serve customers while complying with global data-privacy regulations, spearheads new DNS models to enable deeper encryption.
NetApp's new EF600 series delivers 2 million sustained IOPS, response times under 100 microseconds and 44 GBps of throughput designed to give enterprises faster insights.
SnapLogic's latest update for its Intelligent Integration Platform aims to make it easier for users to benefit from data integration.
Tintri and Nexenta were acquired in separate transactions by DDN. The Nexenta software-defined storage provides shared file services on Tintri VMware-focused VMstore block arrays.
This year's Oracle OpenWorld should provide answers for customers eager to understand its plans for IaaS, cloud databases, AI and machine learning.
Big Switch Networks' new products and features aim to help solve issues such as lack of operational consistency, visibility and management in hybrid environments, and shadow IT.
VMware has acquired Intrinsic, a maker of virtualization technology that secures Node.js applications on serverless environments such as AWS Lambda.
IBM opened up its Power server Instruction Set Architecture allowing the open source community to develop more innovative hardware components for IBM's Power servers.
Ransomware attacks hit 22 municipalities around Texas, most of which appear to be smaller local governments, but the details surrounding the attacks are still unclear.
As customers enjoy a slower pace of life over the summer holidays those in the channel with security and storage expertise could be using that time for valuable checks and training
More than a third of organisations report a cyber attack on the cloud environment due to a lack of basic cloud security hygiene
Despite cities around the UK being home to a multitude of tech talent, the London bubble still prevails, with a majority of those with digital skills collecting in the capital
Top tech firms are to collaborate on open source technologies, tools, frameworks and standards that accelerate the adoption of confidential computing to boost security in cloud and edge computing
This year has seen an increase in female students choosing computing at both A-Level and GCSE - and they are outperforming boys
A number of homes on the remote island of Graemsay in the Orkneys are testing so-called Li-Fi technology as a broadband delivery mechanism
To invest in the 5G wireless network, healthcare CIOs will need compelling use cases. But since the network won't be ready for years, finding them may be tough.
Digital unit of the NHS has started a discovery process focused on children and young people
Stephen Campbell will be leading a complex transformation programme and handling problems including high staff turnover
Nordic IT companies are well suited to supporting enterprises in their data protection projects, even though openness is more natural to them
Skype phones won't connect to Microsoft Teams after July 2023. The vendor has advised customers to begin planning an upgrade to new devices certified for Teams.
The majority of security professionals believe countries with government-mandated encryption backdoors are more susceptible to nation-state cyber attacks
New Box security features enable file- and folder-level access control, while admins and security staff get machine-learning tools to discover and investigate anomalous activity.
ArangoDB 3.5 accelerates its database platform with improved query performance and enhanced data security capabilities, as market demand for multi-model platforms builds.
Splunk wants to collect more data via SignalFx, but some users wonder how much it will cost to keep up with the proliferation of logs and metrics in the age of cloud monitoring.
Every company needs to be ready to respond in the event of a crisis. Everbridge's new CEO details why that's important and what a proper platform entails.
The Confidential Computing Consortium mobilizes hardware vendors, cloud providers, developers and open source experts with the Linux Foundation to find ways to secure data in use.
Charles Phillips moved from Infor CEO to become chairman of the board of directors. He has been replaced by CFO Kevin Samuelson. Analysts believe recent revenue results may be behind the moves.
SAP SaaS tool integrates AI, APIs for pushing updated product content to e-commerce sites. It also gives sales, marketing and service teams using C/4HANA access to the content.
Istio service mesh, Kiali and Jaeger are generally available for Red Hat OpenShift 4, but it will be some time before users are ready for the latest version of the platform.
Australian telco will initially focus on delivering core Apple products and business apps to mid-sized enterprises in Australia
Bringing into question the effectiveness of terror laws, a report by human rights group Cage highlights poor conviction rates and the discriminatory application of police powers at the border
Staff might be coming and going topping up their tans but there is still plenty that the channel can do both internally and crucially externally with customers
The security firm wants to engage with enterprises and use its newly launched Malaysian Transparency Centre to burnish its credentials
The majority of organisations find securing the cloud difficult and more than a quarter feel the shared security responsibility model is unclear, according to a survey of information security professionals
GoCo Group technology director Kieron Nolan explains the firm’s plans to migrate most of its price comparison platforms to the Microsoft Azure cloud in 2020
Acronis True Image 2020 improved its small business backup capabilities with simultaneous replication to local storage and the cloud, automating the '3-2-1' backup rule.
Three of the five companies supporting the government's troubled digital identity scheme are pulling out, raising further questions over the viability of the £175m programme
In a tweet, Iran said it is building a new supercomputer. Other nations are doing the same because high performance computing platforms lend themselves to AI development.
SolarWinds expands its IT service management offerings with a software service that lets IT teams locate, map and manage their software and hardware assets.
HMRC promises there are more preparatory materials in the pipeline to help the private sector prepare for the April 2020 IR35 rules, after IPSE brands its current guidance "woeful"
Healthcare APIs took a front seat during ONC's recent forum in Washington D.C. Panelists and healthcare experts outlined issues such as lack of patient awareness that could affect usage.
Cisco is accelerating its push into the UC headset market with the release of new analytics and management tools for IT administrators.
The pace of merger and acquisition transactions in the MSP market shows no signs of slowing, despite macroeconomic developments; more news from the week.
DARPA is still in the early prototype stages of its SSITH program, but the aim is to develop an open source chip able to block hardware attacks and reduce the need for software patches.
Panelists at ONC's 3rd Interoperability Forum in Washington, D.C., talked about the FHIR standard lacking maturity, as well as facing implementation challenges.
VMware will plunk down $2.7 billion for Pivotal in a deal that has hallmarks of a family reunion, but could help drive a broader strategy in cloud infrastructure and application development.
VMware announced an agreement to acquire endpoint security vendor Carbon Black in an effort to boost its cloud security offerings; the all-cash deal is valued at $2.1 billion.