Legal firm warns private sector companies about the risks of putting off preparations for the IR35 reforms that take effect next year
Flash-based storage will be around for at least two decades more, while crystal- and DNA-based storage needs a lot more work before becoming mainstream, according to Pure Storage’s CTO for the Asia-Pacific region
As companies increasingly turn to robotic process automation to accelerate digital transformation, Computer Weekly takes a look at how the market is evolving
Several challenges have to be tackled to make the government’s new data strategy work and departments have “barely scratched the surface” of what needs to be done, says PAC report
Channel partners “in driving seat” when it comes to firms’ IT spending, says Spiceworks
Head of IT at mould and packaging company talks about leading its digital transformation programme
HPE Financial Services is giving old IT assets a new lease of life at its tech renewal site in Erskine, near Glasgow, as part of a promotion of the circular economy
A request for information has been launched to find a consultancy firm to support and shape the Parliament’s cyber security project, which will be delivered in two years’ time
The Chancellor Sajid Javid is expected to take to the stage at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester later today, to set out the group’s “infrastructure revolution” plans, which include ramping up broadband coverage across the UK
The vendor said HPE Primera is being shipped this week to BlueShore Financial. HPE looks to Primera to jolt revenues and take share in high-end storage.
Former CIO at Gatwick Airport took flight to the Middle East three years ago, and is using data to transform the technology and infrastructure at Dubai Airports
Following a lengthy investigation, law enforcers in Germany have raided a datacentre in an ex-NATO bunker that is alleged to have been hosting illicit websites on the dark web
OpenText CEO talks about the company's future, how AI changes everything, his acquisition philosophy and how to keep a tech company relevant as it moves into its third decade.
Traditional banks and fintech firms alike will need to bite the bullet in the crucial startup period if Australia’s open banking regime is to succeed
Another busy week for those working in HR departments, including one of those getting a fresh head, over the past week
Intel Optane's 2020 roadmap features new "Alder Stream" SSDs that can sustain read I/O latency of 10 μs for at least 800,000 IOPS; 3D NAND flash plans include 144-layer SSDs.
The list of vendors offering managed cloud database services is growing rapidly, which gives IT teams more opportunities to offload management of database systems.
Microsoft released Windows Virtual Desktop to the general public, which is likely to have significant effects on the VDI market. Learn why, and what the service offers.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore has developed a blueprint to secure operational technology systems in critical sectors, among other measures to secure cyber-physical systems and the internet of things
Thoughtonomy is hosting a new marketplace to encourage NHS trusts to share their intelligent automation bots
James Smith says heading up the digital unit at Nationwide Building Society is the best job in the business
No matter how much IT security tech and training is in place, sophisticated, targeted attacks are going to breach company defences, Carbon Black warns
Spiceworks to launch AI-based service that enables MSPs to market themselves to customers
It's only taken a few weeks for the managed services player to settle on its choice of who will be its next chief executive
Robotic process automation combined with artificial intelligence is a recipe for digital transformation, and new research suggests businesses that use AI are gaining a competitive advantage
Qlik's new product shows the vendor's strategy of providing a cloud-based service for users that's rich in augmented intelligence and machine learning capabilities.
Common factors in healthcare and technology could help bring about a shift in attitudes, says Matthew Gould
Intel sets out roadmap for second-generation Optane persistent memory – between SSD and DRAM – as well as QLC SSD, with talk of PLC (penta-level cell) after that
The government’s bus data service is part of plans to provide better information to get more people to use bus services
Barclays is understood to have notified line managers via email on 30 September 2019 of its plans to phase out use of limited company contractors, ahead of the IR35 private sector reforms coming into force in April 2020
The new updates also bring about native Hadoop distributed file system workspaces within Immuta and more ways to integrate Immuta with other applications and tools.
The new offering is built on Sophos' endpoint security platform Intercept X Advanced, with capabilities supported by the company's recent acquisition of Rook Security and DarkBytes.
Through deeper integrations with partners, Zerto 7.5 continues its convergence of DR and backup by enhancing security and shoring up its long-term retention capabilities.
The new AT&T design for open carrier-grade routing covers systems ranging from single line card devices to large hardware clusters. The design taps Broadcom's Jericho2 chip.
Experiments have been carried out to ascertain the best technology to open up the analogue archives of the Central Archive of Special Justice in the Netherlands
In a new lawsuit, Elasticsearch alleges that AWS committed trademark infringement and false advertising in connection with services associated with Elasticsearch, the popular search and analytics platform.
LogMeIn cut GoToMeeting prices roughly in half for premium tiers and overhauled the video conferencing app's user interface to focus on video, rather than content sharing.
German authorities arrested seven in raid of bulletproof hosting company CyberBunker -- which was housed in a former NATO bunker -- for allegedly hosting dark web marketplaces.
Citrix is looking to expand its footprint in Asia-Pacific – particularly in Japan, where firms are starting to warm up to flexible work arrangements
Department’s technology sourcing programme seeks to access the services of more tech providers, including SMEs and startups
Microsoft believes artificial intelligence will drive an entirely new way to develop software that can take advantage of massive data growth
Vendor is sitting down with distributors this week to talk about as a service, SMEs and its channel programmes
The updates to Shutterstock Custom accommodate social media campaign demands and include the ability to generate assets to increase engagement and e-commerce purchases.
The John Lewis Partnership will expand its use of automation technology as its early projects bear fruit
Managed services player is hoping the acquisition will improve its future fortunes
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) and Health Data Research UK have set up a £10m data science centre
Major enterprise customers say Pure Storage all-flash storage arrays have matured to automate cloud-based application development. Other Pure users take a more cautious approach.
Cohesity SmartFiles sets its sights on traditional NAS by unifying data and adding cybersecurity, integrated apps through Cohesity Marketplace and global search.
Software companies have been embroiled in high-profile ethical controversies in the past two years, driving industry debate about just how extensively politics should influence tech.
CynergisTek's Caleb Barlow said misconfiguration of a cloud environment is a top security threat for healthcare organizations.
The EX500, aimed at midsize enterprises, joins the EX300 and EX3000 within the hardware line. The 3.4 version of the ECS platform aims to improve storage and data visibility.
AI-capable tools in recruiting are being adopted by large users, such as Hilton and Delta Air Lines. The tools can cut recruiting time and costs, but they also raise questions about how to vet them.
A new study shows that AI adoption in the enterprise is slower than it ought to be. Experts point to a lack of education, the need for explainable AI, and even executive pride.
Ransomware attacks hit seven hospitals in Australia and three in Alabama, with the Alabaman hospitals being forced to turn away patients because of the attacks.
The new capability is supported by BladeBridge's converter technology and includes self-service tools for data preparation and data integration, among other features.
Australian firms are using data management software from Qlik to speed up data analysis while grappling with how to make data more accessible under a new consumer data-sharing regime
Former RSA chairman Art Coviello has been speaking about the devastating potential of cyber weapons, and warned that humanity must learn from history in order to control them
Lloyds Banking Group is the latest large firm set to end engagement of IT contractors through personal service companies due to impending IR35 tax reforms
Southern Water has enlisted the help of service provider MTI Technology to revamp its datacentres, with a greater emphasis on the use of software-defined processes and hyper-converged technologies
Context Information Security’s threat intel and response teams says it has evidence that the recent supply chain attacks on Airbus are the work of a newly identified group called Avivore
The government is looking for companies that can carry out large-scale tests of the Document Checking Service, which will allow organisations to digitally check the validity of passports
Local authorities and councils in the UK have reported being hit by more than 263 million cyber attacks in the first six months of this year
SIEM supplier introduces three-year, term-based pricing plan that lets enterprises ingest as much data as they want without breaking the bank
Data is the new oil – but without tight control, how can business determine that the data is valid? Data catalogues are back in vogue
Distributor kicks off a campaign around adding value for resellers that will run for the next few months
The recent launch of Telstra Purple will give the comms specialist the opportunity to provide the channel with more support
Ten-point checklist released to help firms prepare for leaving the European Union without a deal
BlueJeans Network will release an add-on later this month to let users capture highlights during video meetings.
The U.S. government is ramping up AI research and development efforts to try to stay ahead of China in both public and private sector AI efforts.
NatWest is using artificial intelligence to help it paint a more accurate picture of future trends
Rubrik's CEO shot down a recent article claiming he was looking for buyers. Experts say unless there's a buyer making a massive offer, there's no good reason for Rubrik to sell.
Utility payment company realized "astonishing" savings by migrating from a private data center to AWS but the move required more than just throwing the red switch.
PingCentral aims to streamline the identity and access management processes and bridge the gap between IAM teams and application teams to improve productivity.
Zendesk's Sunshine CRM gets an apps marketplace built on its Sell sales force automation platform, adapted from the 2018 acquisition of FutureSimple's Base.
Box partners with Adobe in releasing a new set of PDF tools that can be used within Box's content management cloud to enable electronic signatures and document archives.
Pioneering all-flash array vendor Violin changes CEOs and eliminates San Jose headquarters and executive staff to cut spending, but plans new NVMe-based storage products in 2020.
James Gfrerer inherited an enormous digital transformation project when he became CIO of Veterans Affairs. He believes the DevOps methodology has been critical to his efforts.
Zendesk disclosed a previously undetected security incident from 2016 in which data for 10,000 customer accounts was accessed, but the disclosure is missing some key details.
A team at Cornell Tech built a clothing recognition dataset, and recently turned to Samasource, which provides AI training data services, to annotate tens of thousands of images.
Infor's Rod Johnson, general manager and head of Americas, said the company is focused on two things: getting its customers to the cloud faster and helping its customers get more value out of their investments.
It's not just recruiting that's getting all the attention in HR. Attrition reduction strategies are gaining ground, as are efforts to improve health and wellness.
Australian police charge 49-year-old man with stealing and posting more than 170,000 data records belonging to ASX-listed Landmark White on the dark web
It may not be headline-grabbing news, but the Surface Pro has screws – it can be taken apart and components such as disk drives can be swapped out
Vendor’s datacentre group is working with the channel to increase its presence in the mid-market space
The government has agreed to all of the Public Accounts Committee’s findings in its investigation into the Emergency Services Network, but there is still a chance the programme could collapse
Software robots free up time for social workers to help benefits claimants find employment
Red Hat remains agnostic in supporting organisations that are looking to run the same container orchestration platform in a hybrid and multicloud world
PC and print manufacturer faces an uphill battle in its printer supplies business, particularly in Europe
Tibco Spotfire customers will benefit from AI upgrades.
SD-WAN and network security vendors tailor their portfolios to deliver SASE, a cloud security architecture for the age of SaaS, public clouds and IoT.
Ford is asking for feedback from employees in an effort to develop its corporate culture. Doing so has led to new ways of measuring how employees feel about the firm.
Unified comms player has identified the channel as the best route to a small business customer base that is currently missing out on the benefits of UCC
The US, Australian and UK governments have asked Facebook to ditch plans to deploy end-to-end encryption across Facebook Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp
Poly has integrated its UC headsets with Amazon Alexa after adding the AI voice assistant to its Trio conference room phones earlier this year.
The department has chosen US company Leidos to provide critical elements of the national system under a £300m contract with a 10-year timespan
Avaya, RingCentral will partner to sell UCaaS to Avaya's legacy customers, a blockbuster deal that unites rival UC vendors.
The latest Boomi updates allow users to speed up implementation and allow IT pros to take better advantage of their data and applications.
With its printer and printing supplies business fortunes continuing to slide, HP Inc. is undergoing a major reorganization that includes up to 9,000 layoffs.
Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop offering is poised to boost partner business as it opens opportunities in the desktop-as-a-service market; other news from the week.