By packaging optics with silicon chips, silicon photonics will enable datacentres to keep up with the exponential growth in demand for bandwidth
Microsoft added to the host of “innovation partners” that Walt Disney Studios relies upon to ensure its creative teams have access to the latest and greatest technologies
Amazon Web Services seeks to cut the cost of running artificial intelligence inference engines with the introduction of a Nvida V100 GPU-based instance
Nordic startups are pioneering the gamification of educational apps, with an international market looking on
Another busy few days with some of the great and the good in the industry getting a chance to make a fresh impression in senior roles
Foundations need to be in place to save the social care system from collapse, and NHSX needs to step up to the task, according to a Doteveryone report
Quest Software has added backup and restoration of user mailboxes and OneDrive user and group files. SAP HANA and Nutanix AHV plug-ins have also been added.
The right CMS makes a big difference for CX, so Icelandair moved off its on-premises content server to a headless CMS – with one layover on a cloud CMS that wasn't quite right.
Steve Miranda discusses lessons learned from Oracle Fusion Applications, SaaS, best-of-breed apps vs. suites and Oracle's application acquisition strategy.
Aside from improvements to the Data Domain hardware, Dell also upgraded the PowerProtect software with a new air-gapped vault feature and improved integration with VMware vSphere.
The Southeast Asian nation has spearheaded several programmes to build up its data analytics talent pool in efforts to improve efficiency and productivity of Malaysians
Dutch Data Center Association says a government official has offered written assurances that the temporary ban on new server farms in two areas of Amsterdam is just designed to spur adoption of sustainable growth habits
Two new online courses will equip IT and business professionals with the skills to thrive in a cloud-first world
Core DataCloud decommissions storage from several vendors to consolidate to 1PB on Infinidat Infinibox, with DRAM and flash to accelerate hot data in front of disk back end
Plans to bring Aerohive partners into a unified programme are close to being made public by Extreme Networks
Millions of YouTubers may be at risk after some high-profile influencers reported their accounts were compromised in an apparent phishing attack, but the platform’s owner, Google, is not so sure
Only 1% of misconfigured cloud environments are spotted and attackers are capitalising on this, claims McAfee
The new security add-on, called Quip Shield, offers encryption and customization capabilities tailored to companies' specific security and compliance needs.
Flash storage player adds Intel Optane modules performance, a capacity flash range based on QLC drives, plus rebranding and GA of its on-premise/cloud leasing service
Digital government has lost momentum, according to MPs. As the Government Digital Service enters its “third era”, what will it do to regain its authority and deliver real change?
Microsoft broadens Dynamics 365 retail apps suite by introducing an e-commerce platform, as well as tools to track product data and intermingle physical and online retail data.
Apparent links between an emerging ransomware family known as REvil and GandCrab suggests the GandCrab authors are keeping busy despite having “retired” in June
Raw data of thousands of payment cards issued by Singapore banks stolen by the online equivalent of a traditional card sniffer
Security player has seen its managed service provider relationships grow since it reached out to that segment of the channel community
The FBI arrested MyPayrollHR's Michael Mann this week, bringing relief but not answers to its customers. Some of the victims are still working on restoring lost funds.
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center community hospitals CIO Jeannette Currie goes deep on challenges and lessons learned from a major EHR upgrade.
Government-backed cyber security innovation centre Lorca has issued new challenges around connectivity for its next intake of scaleups
Western Digital makes an abrupt exit from the storage systems business, while DataDirect Networks continues its storage portfolio growth with IntelliFlash platform.
Cloudflare takes its first steps in keeping malicious bots from attacking customers by using complex challenges to waste a bot's CPU resources in an attempt to disincentivize more bots.
TigerGraph, a graph database vendor, now offers a native cloud database-as-a-service product with its newest release.
Analysts describe HP's Bromium acquisition as a safe, cheap, smart bet in its push to compete with Dell. It's also another sign of rapid consolidation in the endpoint security market.
Startup Xqiz.it has a new Ecstasy programming language that aims to arm developers for the cloud-native computing era with features that Java and other programming languages lack.
Patient data security is sorely lacking in ONC and CMS's proposed information blocking and interoperability rules, according to healthcare leadership organizations.
BizDevOps has been the priority for Dynatrace customer American Fidelity the last four years, guiding the company's IT priorities amid ever-increasing technical complexity.
Atom Bank CTO Rana Bhattacharya describes what is behind the mobile-only challenger bank’s large-scale, cloud-focused reboot of its infrastructure setup
The latest Insight Intelligent Technology Index report highlights the economic impacts of wasted cloud resources within European enterprises
Infor wants to take SAP head-on. At Inforum 2019, Infor executives described SAP's push to migrate customers to SAP S/4HANA by 2025 as an opportunity to do just that.
European wide research casts a light on the struggles that users are having meeting the various demands of their businesses
National digitised archives move off Hitachi SANs and Qualstar tape, object storage is embraced and a “no backup” strategy put in place with petabyte-scale Scality S3/file deployment
Government procurement chiefs in the Crown Commercial Service sign new agreement with database giant aimed at making it easier and cheaper for public sector organisations to use its cloud
The new platform, Luxon, provides software control that replaces customized hardware and offers more configuration possibilities with new switch technology.
London summit next year will invite countries to discuss standards for emerging technology
Traefik 2.0, a major update to the popular open source edge router, enables new use cases and improves visibility into cloud-native deployment stacks, including Kubernetes.
Alfresco toes the line of open-source lineage while wooing new business customers with a suite of tools simplifying workflow customization as well as managed services.
Latin American firm Creditas is looking to lure senior professionals who may be leaving the UK to its technology hub in Spain
OneLogin said its new tool is capable of discovering phishing websites and does not store users' passwords. Instead, it uses hash analysis to identify reused and weak passwords.
STL has moved to expand its data centre infrastructure expertise and elsewhere Telstra is bringing its activities under a single banner
Disaster recovery needs to provide protection from natural disasters such as hurricanes, fires and floods, as well as cyberattacks that concern many IT pros.
Igneous DataProtect's software-only version is aimed at cloud-first customers. It has the same capabilities as the NAS appliance version, including integration with DataDiscover.
Cloudera released a big data platform combining its technologies and ones from Hortonworks, initially in the AWS cloud but with multi-cloud support to come.
Computer Weekly reveals the judges’ choice for this year’s female Rising Stars of the UK technology industry
Each year, Computer Weekly announces the women who will be added to its Hall of Fame, a list of women recognised for their lifetime achievements to the technology sector
Computer Weekly has announced the 2019 list of the 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech, including this year’s winner Debbie Forster
At a demo event, Cambridge Consultants highlighted some of the applications of AI with a system that can count TB cells in a sputum sample and a system that can fix image distortion.
Ansible Tower and Ansible Engine are now one product, Ansible Automation Platform, which also includes automation analytics, security automation integrations and certified content.
In a call with the Ukrainian president that is now the focus of an impeachment inquiry, President Trump discussed CrowdStrike and asked for help with finding a 'server.'
Cloud-powered drones equipped with machine learning algorithms will soon be able to detect crocodiles lurking in the waters of Queensland, Australia
P27 and Mastercard to bring seamless cross-border payments across Norway, Finland, Denmark and Sweden
Elliott Gunton, one of the teenage hackers who broke into TalkTalk’s systems in 2015, faces extradition to the US to face fraud charges
Consumers see no reason to upgrade their current high-end 4G devices. But next year, 5G's greater security and faster speeds may reverse this trend
Sometimes, fully automating a system can lead to problems. AI and people need to work together to handle workflows, instead of leaving it all up to a system.
Document intended to inform public sector buyers has been created by the Office for AI and the World Economic Forum
The Aryaka hybrid WAN is expected to help the vendor sell more to customers that have found its global SD-WAN too expensive for connecting sites in one geographical location.
CISOs have made an abundance of security investments in multiple suppliers, but this might not be the right approach
An analysis of Q2 from IDC indicates that public cloud infrastructure spending weakened but sales on the private side held up
Following the success of the Health Cloud, Salesforce is releasing new industry-specific cloud services for the manufacturing and consumer goods sectors.
Hardware player has a widening portfolio and a determination to regain its position in some key verticals
Rubrik's Cloud Data Management is now tested and validated to work with NetApp's StorageGrid, giving customers a new target option for backup and archiving across hybrid clouds.
Airbus has been the subject of at least four major cyber attacks in the past 12 months, with contractors and suppliers targeted through their VPNs
IBM reported it certified 140 new data scientists, the first to be certified under a program IBM developed with The Open Group to address the dearth of data scientists.
After lagging behind the pace of innovation in recent years, Information Builders is modernizing its BI platform and again offering a full suite of analytics tools.
The new features include continuous service optimization in Kubernetes and accurate container planning to ensure that applications have sufficient resources to perform.
Businesses now have the option of purchasing a bundle of Cisco security products to prevent data loss and block viruses while using the messaging app Webex Teams.
TEFCA is aimed mostly at health information exchanges, but AMIA's Jeffery Smith said healthcare CIOs can't ignore its progress.
The U.S. Air Force is eyeing an expansion of its bug bounty efforts after partnering with Bugcrowd on a three-month pilot program for its cloud platform.
Infor talked up AI, machine learning and embedded RPA as intelligent tools that will help make ERP projects more successful. But do customers need features like these?
Startup emerges with a new approach to organize and search cloud data storage repositories.
Takeaway delivery service was breached in May 2019, resulting in the data of millions of users and delivery drivers being stolen
Scientists from the University of Bristol and the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) in Grenoble have identified a candidate synthetic vaccine against tropical disease Chikungunya, using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
UK chipmaker Graphcore’s intelligence processing unit may just hold the key to unlocking the full potential of artificial intelligence
Thousands of Windows endpoints in the US and Europe have been infected by a new fileless malware campaign in the past few weeks
Vendor is keeping the focus on skilling up its partner base and getting them to higher levels in its programme
Distributors have enjoyed strong demand for Chromebooks over the summer months, according to Context
Dutch authorities are investigating ABN Amro for possible failures to monitor and report potential money laundering activity
A partnership with IBM will help expand the reach of Avaya cloud offerings internationally. Avaya is bringing its ReadyNow product to Europe, Africa and Asia.
Data management player keen for partners to take on more products and sell solutions that tap into customer digital transformation needs
Jacky Wright, HMRC chief digital and information officer, will return to Microsoft in October after a two-year loan arrangement
Well-funded startups moved up in the 2019 Forrester Wave, while most legacy vendors dropped. Cyberattack recoverability and single-pane-of-glass management were leading factors.
Modular AI enables customers to deploy AI as it applies to individual use cases, creating a more focused, open, and cheaper overall AI system and strategy.
London mayor Sadiq Khan has launched a new standard agreement for commercial landlords and public property owners to make it easier to access rooftops to install 5G
Managed service provider NWN is honing in on five fast-growing markets with the launch of a solutions-as-a-service portfolio, and other channel news from the week.
A former employee of analytics vendor Qlik’s Singapore subsidiary embezzled nearly $4 million. Ariel Biasong Salamanes worked in the Singapore office’s sales and marketing department.
Rather than acquire every company it believes could benefit its customers, SAP is doing something else -- partnering with them.
The New York attorney general filed a lawsuit against Dunkin' Brands regarding attacks dating back to 2015 and alleges the company failed to respond or notify victims properly.
WatchGuard Technologies said recent MSP ransomware attacks revealed that hackers have detailed knowledge of managed service providers' internal operations and technologies.