Companies warned they could lose loyal IT staff because salary rises do not match those on offer from rival employers
Plans are underway for a hyperscale-focused datacentre to be built in the north of Scotland, which its developers claim would be the first in the world to be powered by tidal energy
Firm makes a raft of improvements designed to increase partner support and increase indirect revenues
Funding for artificial intelligence (AI) in the UK has already surpassed 2018 figures, placing it behind only China and the US
Almost every single cyber attack will, at some stage, require a human to be tricked into doing something, according to research by Proofpoint
Plenty of movement in the industry this week as firm's look for experts that can help deliver growth
Backup player Commvault aims to bring together datacentre and multi-cloud operations with software-defined storage that can unify access to almost any storage medium, anywhere
A secret US terrorist database containing information on more than 1.2 million people – who face repeated interrogations, detentions and electronic searches – violates constitutional rights, a US judge said last week
Poll of 200 IT decision makers in the financial services sector highlights how this highly regulated industry continues to warm towards using cloud
St. John's Health modernized its workplace experience by simplifying IT's management of applications with VMware's Workspace One.
Microsoft Azure customers can now tap satellite internet providers through the private Azure ExpressRoute service. The move follows the release of AWS Ground Station in May.
ServiceNow released the latest version of its Now Platform that features a mobile application giving remote users access to the core capabilities of the platform.
Connecting a computer directly to the brain could revolutionise healthcare, but the tech giants might monopolise data and application areas
The Asia-Pacific pharmaceutical giant is using a blockchain platform from SAP to help consumers identify the provenance of medicine
Artificial intelligence and 3D printing are among the key areas of focus for the Ministry of Defence's latest approach to emerging tech
Edge filer specialist hits up the media and entertainment market with its NAS-like hardware that caches data locally, syncs with other nodes and stages data to the cloud
Three firms – Nokia, NTT Docomo and Omron – have banded together to test the feasibility of running a layout-free production line operated by 5G-connected robots and human technicians
BT’s Enterprise unit is offering customers an anti-drone security solution to protect their physical sites from intrusion
NatWest Ventures is helping NatWest bank to remain relevant to its SME businesses customer community through digital innovation
StorCycle is Spectra Logic's first software product not tied to any of the company's hardware. It provides HTML links to simplify accessing archived data.
Application Metadata Intelligence identifies network performance, application performance, operational technology communications and security and threat detection.
The extra work for banks due to Brexit preparations has caused a delay to FCA work on the use of data in the wholesale banking sector
The fourth quarter is a key time on the sales front but there are other activities that resellers should engage in to get themselves in a stronger position come the year end
The Dell EMC PowerMax flagship is a high-performance SAN designed for NVMe over Fabrics. The latest product update injects Intel Optane SSDs to improve bandwidth and IOPS response.
Increased connectivity and propositions based on tools such as AI and blockchain can provide opportunities to the shipping sector after Brexit, says report
Spectra Logic unveils newly-developed storage management platform and two-tier file access and object storage with all data visible to all users for restore
The problems created by the closing of MyPayrollHR may take a long time to resolve. The FBI has been contacted and lawsuits are expected. Employers are trying to clean up the mess.
As the business evolves and becomes increasingly indirect the data and security player is keen to work with more resellers
The UK’s representative to a United Nations cyber security working group has called for increased investment in capacity around cyber security
One expert showed the crowd at DerbyCon that proper attribution of a cyberattack requires multiple indicators in order to avoid being fooled by a false flag attempt.
We investigate how important it is for channel businesses to gain industry and vendor certificates
Over half of UK businesses do not yet appear to be fully GDPR-compliant, and many have de-prioritised their compliance efforts
Singapore-based SATS has been using a digital twin platform to model food production processes to improve in-flight catering operations
Nordic countries are now working closer with Nato’s Estonia-based centre of excellence in cyber security
Cyber security specialist saw its managed services revenues climb in the first half but suffered some challenges in the consulting business
Analysis of 15 years’ worth of Google search data has revealed some insight into what cyber security trends are capturing the imagination
There is no such thing as a one-shot business transformation. It's an on-going approach to deploying new ideas and technologies that grow the business
Report also shows many adults across the country have never heard of the internet of things or big data
Magento rolled out the Magento Business Intelligence Summer 2019 Release, updating its BI platform with enhanced scheduling capabilities and new data visualizations.
With a graph database to track touchpoints from different devices -- and a Photoshop-esque interface -- Adobe Customer Journey Analytics avails data science tools to marketers.
Microsoft issues fixes for 79 unique vulnerabilities, including three public disclosures, as part of its monthly security updates.
While Acquia would not provide specifics of the deal, the decision behind the acquisition of Cohesion was the chance to bring more value to customers, according to Acquia's CTO.
Oracle, like other prominent on-premises software vendors, has traced a long path into the cloud. These 10 events over the past 20 years helped lay the foundation.
Users will be able to join Fuze meetings by clicking on the phone icon in Slack. It is Slack's latest integration with a voice and video meetings provider.
LogMeIn has updated the search optimizer, monitor view and workload organization features in its live agent and chat bot customer engagement and AI software platform Bold360.
The new Stibo Systems 9.2 update expands the MDM platform's features with Sisense business intelligence integration and machine learning capabilities.
On the same day that 281 suspects were arrested in business email compromise stings, the FBI said worldwide losses from BEC attacks reached $26 billion over the last three years.
HashiCorp Terraform Cloud's new pricing tier reflects a shift in how software vendors market to large enterprises.
HashiCorp's Consul service mesh will be offered as a hosted service on Microsoft Azure, where it can link container clusters along with VMs in multiple regions.
The Eclipse Foundation has assumed control of the Java EE enterprise platform and specifications from Oracle and has launched an all open source version of the technology.
Peer-to-peer content delivery network technology from Streamroot will enable CenturyLink to reach underserved areas and offer more services to customers.
Issues including funding concentration in the “golden triangle” of London, Oxford and Cambridge must be addressed, according to a Science and Technology Committee report
Bloomberg’s CIO for enterprise, Tony McManus, says its clients’ changing attitude to using cloud is changing the way the firm makes its real-time trading data available to the financial services community
Attacks leveraging compromised IoT devices are growing in size, scale and frequency, report security experts at F-Secure and Trend Micro, with Mirai-related botnets a major source of trouble
In the new z15 enterprise server, IBM has focused on making data secure and auditable wherever it resides.
Essex-based wholesale datacentre operator Kao Data’s bid to become the colocation provider of choice for the life sciences community sees it secure the European Bioinformatics Institute as a client
Vodafone’s 5G network goes live in airport’s South Terminal
The UN’s children’s agency has disclosed an inadvertent leak of personal data belonging to users of its online learning platform Agora
Firm is using an event in London to challenge existing views of sales and marketing and provide advice for those looking to devise their own strategy
The Navy consolidated 26 various ERP systems onto SAP HANA on the AWS GovCloud, leading to data reduction, lower TCO, and setting the stage for next-generation technology like S/4HANA.
Firm is looking to get partners behind its latest product releases as it increases the focus its on comms and collaboration suite
The ICO is to look into the government’s leaked data collection plans over fears they may breach the law
Colocation giant expands datacentre campus in London’s Docklands and publishes research hinting at the economic benefits it could help to generate
A survey reveals that less than a quarter of UK fintech companies have their businesses prepared for the UK's exit from the EU
Poly has designed the Trio 8300 for huddle rooms that fit no more than five people. The vendor released a video system targeted at the same market earlier this year.
Oracle’s first quarter 2019-2020 results show revenue growth to be flat, but executives claim cloud headway and vaunt progress on autonomous database uptake. Co-CEO Mark Hurd takes leave of absence on health grounds
The government has called for views on its proposals to align the UK’s post-Brexit cyber security policy to that of the European Union
Cisco's MDS 9000 networking products include SAN directors and switches. SAN Analytics adds support for NVMe over FC protocol and Ansible automation modules for storage tasks.
Cohesity's new feature lets test/dev teams access fresh, accurate and compliant data directly through Cohesity DataPlatform, without going through backup admins.
Oracle goes after Adobe and other CX platform vendors with new CDP-oriented sales, marketing, e-commerce and service hub, and adds a video platform to CX Unity.
While some BI vendors have developed effective mobile apps that provide concise insights, those that have attempted to recreate their desktop dashboards on phones have struggled.
Based on technology built internally at Amazon, the tech giant's newest database provides a centralized approach for enabling a cryptographically secure ledger system.
IBM unveiled the latest in its line of mainframes capable of processing 1 trillion web transactions a day. The IBM z15 mainframe's software can manage data across multiple clouds.
Common security risks can be mitigated or prevented, according to a panel at DerbyCon. But users need to feel empowered to speak up, and education needs to be better.
Updates include improved security and observability features, a new developer portal, API importing and improved analytics and configuration management.
New IBM DS8900F all-flash storage arrays conform to industry-standard rack size, boost performance and enhance security over DS8880 predecessors for mainframe and high-end systems.
Zendesk has been courting enterprises by billing itself as a customer experience software company and is leaning on its design smarts to stand out among bigger rivals
A survey of TechUK members has found that 71% believe a no-deal Brexit at the end of October will negatively affect them in spite of their preparations
If the UK does leave the EU without a deal at the end of next month then it will have ramifications for GDPR and resellers need to be aware of the issues
Small business lender Esme Loans has increased its loan limit to quarter of a million pounds as businesses are drawn to its simple and fast digital platform
AWS Outposts will ship later this year. In advance of that launch, AWS has given customers a sense of what they can expect from the first release of the private, on-premises version of its public cloud infrastructure.
“Ambitious” timescales and scope for £1.2bn modernisation of services had to be scaled back, says NAO report
Dutch banks are sharing expertise and resources to help reduce money laundering through their accounts
CISOs must start thinking about how to engage with intelligent, adaptive, non-human attackers, says Trend Micro’s Rik Ferguson
Zoho One customers can now make phone calls using Zoho's telephony platform, extend provisioning through custom apps and use the new application Orchestly to manage workflows.
Cyber Shield, an extension of Cobalt Iron's Adaptive Data Protection SaaS, uses automation and analytics to identify and contain cyberattacks.
West Midlands 5G (WM5G) marks launch of UK’s first dedicated 5G accelerator programme by holding a series of demos to showcase the wide variety of use cases that exist for the technology
The cyber security industry needs to address a systemic image problem if it is to succeed in recruiting more diverse teams
The European Court of Justice will decide whether intelligence agencies across Europe can continue to lawfully collect the telephone and internet communications data of citizens, following a two-day hearing this week
A U.S. Court of Appeals ruled on the LinkedIn vs HiQ lawsuit, which could help shape how services gather information on social media about employees.
Apple's new line of iPhones made headlines for better battery life and cameras, but it's the improved security features that will matter most to the enterprise.
Time had seemingly left Oracle's business intelligence tools behind -- until the vendor responded by consolidating its BI products and catching up to the pace of innovation.
Google Cloud Dataproc is the first major cloud provider to integrate Apache Spark with Kubernetes as a managed service, but work remains to better link the two projects upstream.
Kaseya has invested $10 million into growing its managed compliance software business, citing a massive opportunity in compliance services for MSPs; other news from the week.
In this Q&A, veteran healthcare CIO Geoffrey Brown talks about how his role has evolved, as well as why he's keeping an eye on emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and blockchain.