Those assuming that it was time to take the mainframe in the corner out for a long walk of a short pier will be surprised to hear that demand is holding firm for the technology
A study by the Royal United Services Institute calls for new code of practice to guide use of algorithmic tools in policing
Nordic datacentre operator Digiplex has set itself an ambitious target of bringing two new datacentres online near Oslo by the end of 2020
The health service's digital unit welcomed the launch of Health Data Research hubs, but stressed that it will control the design of research collaborations
Local authorities received more than £750,000 in the second round of the Local Digital Fund, aimed at improving citizen offerings in areas such as housing and payment
The Broadband Stakeholders Group (BSG) has published research by Oxera to help local authorities understand the benefits of full-fibre and 5G
The new product includes features like auto-discovery and real-time alerting intended to enable contact center teams to test and discover network issues in a timely manner.
Time for the weekly roundup of personnel moves across the industry with several senior roles being filled in the last seven days
Companies like Amazon and Alibaba are taking a bigger chunk of the customer journey, but they are also spreading across industry sectors
The Singapore-based cyber security firm’s new headquarters will also be home to a new security operations centre that will be supported by Singapore-centric threat intelligence
DerbyCon attendees and co-founder Dave Kennedy reflect on the legacy and future of the conference following its final event, which took place in Louisville, Ky.
For Gen Z in the workforce, AI and automation are ways to ease workloads, even as the young generation worries the technologies could eventually replace them.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is getting a multifaceted security boost as the company seeks to gain ground against AWS, Microsoft and Google for enterprise IaaS workloads.
Joint Oracle and VMware customers will soon be able to run VMware Cloud Foundation on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, with support from Oracle.
Oracle introduced new cloud and on-premises deployment options for its namesake database and automated cloud service as Oracle OpenWorld 2019 got underway.
US lawmakers have given big tech companies a deadline to disclose a wide range of documents as the House Judiciary Committee’s bipartisan investigation into competition gathers pace
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison said a ‘fully autonomous cloud’ is now Oracle's goal, eliminating human labour, during his main keynote at Open World 2019. AWS was, again, in his sights as an inferior rival
Firm delivers first major update of Managed Workplace seven months after acquiring the security and RMM solution
Channel veteran is recognised for his efforts working in the ICT community in Wales
Operator Network Rail will tap into its £357m R&D fund to back innovation competitions aimed to improve assessment of more than 600 rail tunnels and station surveillance
Dell EMC goes from Naples to Rome with a new line of EPYC servers, including Ready Solutions for high-performance computing and Ready Nodes for vSAN hyper-converged infrastructure.
Travelex has launched a digital platform that enables businesses to use its services via application programming interfaces
The government has been forced to put the planned completion date for its Smart Meter Programme back from the end of next year to 2024
Pure Storage CEO talks up the storage supplier’s competitive edge in a largely stagnant market dominated by larger rivals
Pure Storage flash splash scales FlashBlade to 150 blades and 8 PB in one namespace, with Intel Optane storage class memory. Pure FlashArray//C is a new block array.
Cisco acquisitions in 2019 and 2018 include three that show the company preparing for when carriers will increase spending to ready networks for next-generation business services.
Cloudian's experiments in edge computing resulted in the creation of Edgematrix, a subsidiary focused on AI use cases at the edge. The new company will use the HyperStore platform.
As Oracle CX Unity arrives, analysts debate whether it will be an upsell to current Oracle customers, or a challenger to Adobe, Salesforce and SAP CX platforms.
The Oracle ERP Cloud is increasing its use of digital assistants. These systems will interact with AI-type systems to help move the conversation along.
While the core open source InfluxDB 2.0 project is still in alpha, InfluxData has advanced its cloud service to support new features as it grows its time series database service.
Access to full-fibre broadband is approaching 10% of properties in the UK
Java SE 13 provides developers with new features to make the Java language and platform more secure and stable. Oracle has also rolled out free cloud services and developer tools.
Oman is aspiring to be a tech startup hub and is on a mission to compete with its neighbours in the Gulf
Once a bleeding-edge concept, DevSecOps has gone mainstream following high-profile security breaches that proved simply installing automated security tools doesn't go far enough.
Komprise’s Deep Analytics helps university classify and migrate research data to cheaper disk and cloud as it cuts storage costs from $1.1m to $680,000 per annum
Dell packages servers, storage for EMC and virtualization from VMware into an end-to-end IT stack; how will it expand and deliver those pieces over the coming decades?
The new GigaFox platforms enable users to create a pool of shareable mobile devices; remotely add, disable, reboot and unlock devices; control and monitor device usage and more.
A new certificate fraud scheme involves a threat actor impersonating company execs to purchase certs which are then resold to those looking to spread malware.
Arista Networks upgraded its network monitoring and management platform with new features that help automate and improve change management as well as visibility.
Dell’s evolution has led the company from PCs to servers, storage and virtualization. Here, Dell’s storage CTO describes what could come next.
Pure Storage is expanding its footprint in key markets such as Australia, Japan and South Korea, even as it proceeds with caution in China
The digital divide between urban and rural areas of the UK is continuing, with broadband and mobile network roll-outs struggling to keep pace with demand
Home-grown skills may not be enough to enable the UK to build on the government's Industrial Strategy and push robotics and automation
By opening its systems, travel software company Amadeus is hoping to foster ecosystem-wide innovation in the travel industry
Those trying to go through the IT buying process are struggling with too much information and trying to make sense of vendor marketing messages
A study has found that CIOs are concerned that a modern software-driven, hybrid, multi-cloud architecture will be costly and difficult to manage
The Emotet phishing trojan-turned-botnet is back in action after a three-and-a-half month break, say threat researchers
New variants of the infamous WannaCry malware continue to emerge, and many of them have accidentally turned themselves into a somewhat effective, although ill-advised, vaccine against infection
Tableau released its third-quarter update Wednesday, featuring Explain Data, an enhanced augmented intelligence tool, and Tableau Catalog, a data management suite.
Salesforce will add Einstein AI to its cloud search functionality in hopes of better assessing context, personalization and reducing false hits for end-user queries.
Nintex has launched a no-code workflow automation tool, Workflow Generator, in an effort to bridge the gap between IT departments and process experts.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is seeing early adoption from a diverse array of customers, although OCI's market share remains modest compared to AWS, Microsoft and Google.
Analysis of starting salaries from coding academy Makers has found some firms are paying female junior developers more than their male counterparts, but the pay gap swings the other way for more senior positions
As hundreds of thousands of students prepare for the new academic year, universities have been warned that they are at high risk of cyber attack
ManageEngine rolls out support for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure performance monitoring in its Applications Manager platform. The tool can also predict growth.
IBM hopes its cloud-connected quantum computer in New York will encourage the development of quantum-optimised software
Microsoft Teams users will have to wait a bit longer for access to private channels. The vendor now says the long-awaited feature won't launch for all customers until early November.
The role, which will tackle issues such as eradicating legacy and leading data strategy, has been redesigned and elevated at permanent secretary level
As digital advertising and marketing leaders dig in on the importance of the CDP, others aren't so sure they need yet another tool to support and secure customer data.
SuccessFactors is rethinking its HCM suite as it works to integrate Qualtrics into its applications. But HR managers are concerned about more than 'X' and 'O' data.
All-flash vendor Pure Storage moves to bolster its software and cloud features with upgraded analytics, block storage in AWS and a Data Hub for AI workflows.
DevSecOps practitioners imparted dos and don'ts for newbies and urged them to think strategically as well as tactically about improving IT security.
Facebook algorithms have auto-generated hundreds of Facebook pages for the Islamic State, Al-Qaeda and Ansar al-Sharia, according to a whistleblower
The Eclipse Foundation has introduced Eclipse Che 7, a new version of the Eclipse Che cloud-based integrated development environment aimed at creating applications on Kubernetes.
The Wi-Fi 6 wireless standard is now ready for deployment, thanks to the debut of a certification effort that helps guarantee interoperability.
Security researchers tracked a very active threat group launching cryptomining attacks around the world against organizations in banking, IT services, healthcare and more.
Singapore’s national carrier is extending the use of Workspace One to more users in a move to enable its workforce to stay productive while on the go
IoT applications for manufacturing and supply chain don't require 5G networks to send small packets of data. Sigfox believes they're better suited for a 0G network.
A rising tide lifts all ships when it comes to outsourcing in Norway, Finland, Sweden and Denmark, but some ships have risen faster than others
Insurance group Direct Line has added a new business to its portfolio, designed to let it act as a sandbox for its digital journey
IT departments are accepting that the cloud offers a better way to provision enterprise IT, but CIOs need to beware of lock-ins
Tandem Bank’s chief technology officer had a close encounter with legacy banking when he left his previous job to pursue a career in fintech
Genesys ramps up efforts to lure Avaya and Alcatel partners away with its cloud portfolio
If you have ambitious targets to meet then there is no better way of cranking up the sales activity than deepening relationships with the channel
DevOps monitoring tools gain refined features as IT complexity soars, but their advanced AIOps automation hasn't yet gone mainstream.
AT&T's IoT Accelerator program aims to advance IoT device deployment by providing resources for device makers to quickly test products and receive certification.
Government Digital Service responds to allegations that personal data gathered through Gov.uk portal could be used to target political messaging to citizens
A cloud-native BI platform along with domain-specific applications that can be embedded to serve the needs of various industries keep SAP current and positioned well for the future.
8x8 used its Jitsi acquisition to build a new video meetings platform based on WebRTC. The vendor also released in beta software to manage video endpoints in conference rooms.
John Seglias is leaving the department most impacted by Brexit to join National Grid, after four years in the civil service
Dremio issues a new platform update, defining itself as data lake engine technology that looks to help users connect and query data faster in AWS and Azure.
As organizations wrestle with AI ethical concerns, they need to create AI ethicist roles or develop teams to consider issues around data governance, data privacy and AI ethics.
Price drop for Amazon's Elastic File System Infrequent Access option could stir competitors to follow suit and fuel greater enterprise adoption of cloud file storage.
The next major trend in business intelligence will be the increasing impact of augmented intelligence and machine learning, Qlik's VP of product marketing Dan Potter says in a Q&A.
John Manzoni explains why the new government digital leader will carry the power and authority of a Whitehall permanent secretary
IPsoft is beta testing a marketplace where businesses can look at what software robots are available and interview them about their suitability to take roles
Managed service players are seen by some customers as the weak link but have the potential to strengthen user defences
Senior civil servants highlight some of the challenges with legacy IT systems and what can be done to overcome them
Lifesize talks channel investment after breaking through the $100 million mark in bookings
Full-fibre broadband could replace copper networks region by region over the next six years, under proposals discussed with the government
Just weeks after it revealed plans to divest its hardware operation the firm has updated UK partners on the strategy
Google CEO Sundar Pichai publicly commits to expanding the company’s datacentre footprint in Europe and gives details of its largest-ever renewable energy purchase
Nordic enterprises looking to spread abroad are outsourcing datacentre IT in cutting-edge ways to gain international advantage
A government report and trial investigate possibilities around mapping and connecting digitised cultural material with emerging technologies
Cisco has integrated UC-One SaaS with the cloud messaging engine of Webex Teams. The vendor has also brought Webex Calling to its cloud contact center offering.
In an effort to improve the user experience while transitioning from on-premises to cloud-based monitoring, Zenoss has added new capabilities to its platform.
Pure Storage created the FlashBlade all-flash NAS mainly for dense unstructured workloads, but customers like Domino's Pizza and ServiceNow are among Pure customers that use it as a backup target.
D&H Distributing's cloud strategy aims to help VARs adopt the managed services model and sell bundled cloud offerings around platforms such as Office 365 and Azure.
Microsoft announced this month that it is releasing new updates and offerings for nonprofits, addressing concerns customers had over cost, cybersecurity and user training.
Swim released its new Swim DataFabric, which integrates with Microsoft Azure to help users organize and gain insights from streaming data sources.
Security vendor RiskIQ discovered several old Magecart domains that had been sinkholed were re-registered under new owners and are now engaged in fraudulent advertising activity.
Researchers are still seeing surprisingly high WannaCry detection rates and they worry this points to high risks because systems still aren't being patched against threats.
Former AWS engineer Clay Magouyrk was one of the first people Oracle hired to build OCI and says Oracle has plenty of time -- and a solid strategy -- to catch up to competitors.