SAP customers in Asia-Pacific are assessing migration options in the run-up to 2025, when the German software giant will stop supporting older ERP applications
The Nordic region is seeing digital innovation across a diverse range of sectors and, not surprisingly, a region known for its green credentials also has a burgeoning green technology (greentech) sector
Information security leaders are looking to artificial intelligence, better detection and response capabilities and user education in the face of cyber threats, but need more budget, a study shows
Cloud and managed services player delivers interim half year numbers and and reveals its chief executive is leaving at the end of December
UK bank will offer its small business customers card-processing and point-of-sale technology by partnering with a fintech set up by Twitter CEO
Dutch lecturer uses virtual reality to improve teaching and developments are being watched by the Teachers Task Force of Unesco
Four UK companies are taking part in a pilot project to build the most secure communication infrastructure in Europe
Changes in personnel worth noting this week at Googe Cloud, Lexmark, AOC/MMD and Qualitest
Alison Pritchard sets out key areas of attention for the digital service, from analytics to Brexit work
An initiative led by the Department for Work and Pensions will focus on enhancing skills in rural locations to unleash competitiveness in areas such as agritech and biorenewables
In a new market research report, technology analyst firm IDC offers insights on key suppliers of machine learning platforms in China
The investment management group is rolling out virtual desktop infrastructure globally and will use the secure Linux platform Igel to manage the VDI environment
Context has taken an early look at how PC sales have fared in early Q3 and found that things are looking good for those selling hardware
The Post Office has changed its IT leadership reshuffle weeks after announcing its original plan
Slack and Zoom may eventually bundle their products to provide discounts to customers considering or already using all-in-one suites such as Office 365, analysts predict.
All organisations using Supermicro servers are being urged to update firmware to block remote attacks exploiting vulnerabilities in baseboard management controllers
Bank is streamlining its operations through a cloud platform from nCino
The majority of information security leaders think cloud is now safer than on-premise, but security fears remain, with recently breached and highly regulated organisations most concerned, poll reveals
Security researchers have discovered a web social engineering toolkit that enables cyber criminals to create fake update notification campaigns
Comms specialist has seen its cloud and managed services business improve over the last fiscal year
The two MSPs have come together in a deal that will take Cgive CMI more revenues, staff and office locations
Software development platform makes it quicker to build apps
Storage and app performance specialist can now change virtual machine compute and network resources according to workload, with increased shift to analytics and proactive monitoring
Danske Bank’s popular mobile payment app moves from mainframe to open source DataStax Enterprise built on Apache Cassandra
A new survey has found that IT may be working on projects that do not deliver tangible business benefits
Major datacentre providers are expanding their footprint in a region that is set to become the biggest datacentre market by 2020
Operators of the TrickBot banking Trojan have switched to a new downloader to evade detection and analysis for a high-volume malicious spam campaign targeting business, researchers warn
Research has found that a lot of customers are not able to take advantage of the latest technology because they do not have the in-house expertise needed to adapt and adopt it
Researchers at Check Point have identified a security flaw in Android-based smartphones that exposes vulnerable users to phishing attacks
Twenty-four suppliers selected to populate cloud procurement framework, which is geared towards simplifying the purchasing of off-premise services for public sector organisations
Firm is looking for resellers to sign up after it rolls out a major expansion in the area covered by its channel programme
Microsoft's PowerApps pricing changes, expected to take effect in October, could make them too expensive for some users who connect to data outside of SharePoint and Dynamics.
Government announces £30m of new cash to tackle online child harm as part of Spending Review 2019
Establishing a value-based care environment requires institutional readiness and oftentimes changing an organization's mindset on how it delivers care.
Insight CEO Ken Lamneck says the newly closed PCM purchase will augment the combined company's managed service offerings, add scale to its product business and boost efficiency.
VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger says vSAN is crushing Nutanix, while Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey says VMware sells 'vaporware' -- but users say they like the integrated stack for HCI.
HR managers are preparing for the possibility of an economic slowdown. Gartner said they are looking at hiring and reassessing tech contracts as two places to curb spending.
Security researchers discovered BMC vulnerabilities -- dubbed USBAnywhere -- in Supermicro servers that could put systems at risk of remote attacks via virtualized USB drives.
Ascend releases a technology preview of a capability that will enable data engineers to directly query dataflows, without the need for data to first be in a data warehouse.
The multi-cloud capabilities offered by Oracle and Microsoft are now available in the U.K. via a link between the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Azure platforms.
Airline claims to be the first in the world to offer customers access to voice search capabilities within its mobile app
National Rail Enquiries confirms it is waiting on a third-party supplier for an update on when access to real-time train departure and arrival information will be restored on its website and mobile app
18 million UK users are among the more than 400 million at risk of account hijacking after phone numbers linked to their Facebook accounts were found in an open online database
Nordic firm has already acquired three UK firms this year and looks like more will be on the agenda after it has a fresh majority investor on board
Digital challenger banks are increasing their amount of customers fast, but face major challenges if they are to make serious in-roads into the banking sector
While passwordless security remains just out of reach, a non-profit organisation has developed a mechanism that it says makes passwords exponentially more difficult to crack
Elected officials cannot be trusted to enact effective cyber security legislation and social media firms should be subject to strict privacy regulation, according to most information security professionals in a survey
The new feature is meant to enable companies to identify attackers faster. Other updates to the security system include extending cloud capabilities to Amazon Web Services.
Yellowfin upgraded its business intelligence platform with a revamp of its mobile app that will enable users to have more complete functionality while away from their desktops.
Commvault makes its first acquisition: software-defined storage vendor Hedvig, with plans of converging primary and secondary storage to serve data management needs.
Weighing global supply and demand trends, industry analysts disagree on the direction of NAND flash prices and their impact on storage systems over the next few years.
One hundred hackers and 75 hackers in training gathered in Las Vegas for HackerOne's hacking event to find security flaws in organizations, including Verizon Media and GitHub.
Cisco has brought its flagship IP-based telephony platform, CUCM, into the Webex cloud, offering large businesses private instances of the software similar to what is already available from Cisco HCS partners.
In a landmark hearing, the High Court has ruled that police use of automatic facial recognition technology is lawful, but that it still infringes on privacy rights
Cerner laid off 255 employees as it seeks to reduce operating costs. One analyst said it's further evidence that the Meaningful Use boom years are gone.
Large enterprise users of Atlassian's on-premises software say the vendor's cloud tools have piqued their interest with updates to security and support.
Microsoft's move to acquire Movere is a bet that the startup's IT infrastructure monitoring and analysis tools can help it attract more on-premises workloads to Azure.
Law enforcement takedowns of cybercrime operations may not be producing the desired results, according to an extensive, five-year study from Alphabet Inc.'s Chronicle.
Researchers say many -- if not most -- Android smartphones are at risk of SMS-based phishing attacks that trick users into installing malicious OTA provisioning settings.
The interim CEO of Cloudera is cautiously optimistic about growth prospects as the big data vendor acquired Arcadia Data and planned to bolster its own cloud platform.
The DevOps tools space has seen a steady stream of mergers and acquisitions, as private equity investors and larger companies see money in software development and delivery tools.
Slack issued $8.2 million in credits after failing to keep its team messaging app online as often as promised. The vendor changed its cloud SLA to avoid big payouts in the future.
The Singapore-based supplier of encryption and anti-malware tools has set up a new office in Greater Washington, DC as the next logical step in its global expansion plan
A competition ran by new accelerator NavyX will seek to find mature ideas around the approach to improve operations and increase efficiency in maritime operations
Australia’s home affairs ministry has released a discussion paper to seek views from all segments of society on the country’s next cyber security blueprint
Educational institutions in Norway are working with telecoms supplier Telenor to help businesses better understand technology
The Global Technology Distribution Council has wrapped up it 2019 Summit with plenty of upbeat messages for the channel
Some 100 places in England are eligible to get resources from the £3.6bn fund aimed at creating local jobs and economic growth, with broadband as a key priority
Security vendor saw revenues and subscriptions improve in its fiscal second quarter with the firm's CEO noting growing channel interest
CloudBees and Atlassian have feature flags on their near-term product roadmaps, as enterprise DevOps shops seek to lower the risk of continuous code deployment to production.
Paychex is staying true to its SMB roots, even though it is adding features to its platform seen in enterprise HR and payroll systems. New features include E-Verify automation.
Boards need to act to break the cycle of privacy compliance failures, and shift focus to aligning business purpose with privacy and dealing with the real risk of data driven marketing, warns PwC’s GDPR and data protection lead
YouTube AI will help flag videos that contain content for children following a settlement with the FTC and the New York attorney general over mishandling of children's data.
Trustwave Fusion is a cloud-based cybersecurity platform designed with the goal of giving users better insight into how security resources are provided and monitored.
KCF Technologies decided getting Cassandra backup through a vendor like Rubrik would be less work and more reassuring than putting it together from open source tools and scripting.
Virtual Instruments has changed the way it licenses its AIOps platform in a bid to make its technology easier for channel partners to consume; more news from the week.
HubSpot introduces new features to marketing automation and CRM platform, and revamps its apps marketplace in hopes of driving revenue from newfound free-CRM customers.
Protecht, an SAP HANA based system, enables teams in contact sports to measure and analyze data about hits though an IoT sensor embedded mouthguard that sends data to a HANA database.