Singapore’s data protection watchdog issues advisory guidelines to help businesses and cloud suppliers stay on the right side of the law under the country’s data protection regime
Read the criteria for the Best of VMworld 2019 Europe User Awards and find out how to submit your nomination for this year’s awards
NHS Digital’s deputy chief executive, Rob Shaw, will leave the organisation in December to work with foreign governments on national health and care infrastructure
After months of negotiations, BPCE's proposed sale of Fidor Bank to OLB has fallen through
The revolving doors in the industry have been spinning over the last week as some senior figures have chosen to step aside and some fresh blood has been sought elsewhere to help fuel growth
Two new libraries released to allow developers in the NHS to include functionality to digital services
In an effort to ease the switch from legacy telephone systems to a more modern unified communications platform, Voss has launched its latest UC software, M2UC.
Vendor looks to get partner compensation “on a par” with competitors
Digital sector must overcome its “image problem” to attract more people to learn new skills, says Lord Mayor at launch of digital skills project
NatWest is kicking off a tech apprentice programme, with its digital innovation hub set to play a key role
Metallic is a Commvault brand focused on delivering cloud-based SaaS backup, with separate products protecting servers and VMs, Office 365 and endpoints.
CrowdStrike has published details of a coordinated campaign of cyber espionage and hacking, forced technology transfer and physical theft as China seeks to gain an advantage in the commercial aviation industry
British cyber security star picked up by technology sector investors for $3.9bn
Adobe positions itself for the midmarket in the year following the acquisitions of marketing automation platform Marketo and e-commerce platform Magento.
Belfast-based dealer becomes part of Cancom's UK operations as German firm continues to invest in the market
UK government confirms plans to roll out gigabit-capable broadband across the UK, yet quietly shelves previous pledge to do so by 2025
Widely used open source PostgreSQL database platform gets a major update providing users with new SQL query capabilities for JSON and improved performance.
Imperva CTO Kunal Anand posted updated information regarding the recent breach affecting Cloud WAF customers and admitted poor security controls led to the compromise.
Singapore’s national AI programme is getting its own high-performance computing infrastructure to support more compute intensive workloads
Braintree in Essex claims to have access to some of the fastest broadband speeds in the world
Webroot talks merging channel organisations following its acquisition by Carbonite in March
Transport for London is seeking input from companies about how it can use data-intensive technologies to predict the impact of road problems across the capital
Research by Cisco’s Talos threat intel unit has identified a new click fraud campaign targeting people looking to jailbreak their iPhone devices
Nutanix launches partners services programme and pushes OEM relationships
CityFibre undertakes industry-wide consultation process regarding the role of builders such as itself in developing the switchover from legacy copper networks
New augmented intelligence and machine learning tools, along with a new mobile app, highlight the release of the new update to the ThoughtSpot business intelligence platform.
It may already enjoy pricing and technological advantages, but Huawei is calling on 5G industry to collaborate more, especially with regard to regulatory policy
Responding to a critical parliamentary report on digital progress, the government has laid out plans to develop better metrics and to overhaul legacy IT
Legacy relational database management systems were originally designed as systems of record, but they don’t work as well in modern, cloud-native designs
Harrison Steel Castings outgrew its converged system and swapped it out for Scale Computing HC3 hyper-converged infrastructure, which uses open source KVM virtualization.
Amazon has moved its consumer division's IT operations off of Oracle's database and onto AWS services, a towering effort that gives it a calling card to attract highly critical enterprise workloads.
Due to AI, ThoughtSpot's analytics tools have been accessible to citizen data scientists from the start, Andrew Yeung, the vendor's senior director of product marketing, said in a Q&A.
Chip giant Intel has signed a definitive agreement to buy the Smart Edge intelligent-edge platform business from infrastructure and service provider Pivot Technology Solutions
Zopa has made a credit scoring tool available as it continues to expand the portfolio of products it offers beyond loans.
Cloud computing is driving the government’s IT and sustainable tech strategy, but cloud and hosting providers are unable to divulge emissions data
A National Audit Office report reveals that HMRC has opted for a multimillion-pound enhancement of a legacy platform rather than working on its planned replacement
Younger generations are turning away from golf – so golf is turning to technology to revolutionise the sport and improve engagement with fans and players
Google Cloud sees pockets of interest in Anthos and could review its pricing strategy as adoption of the multi-cloud management platform grows
Secondary school fined for breaching General Data Protection Regulation, signalling the attitude of Sweden’s Data Protection Authority
Security player has seen resellers flocking to its University to get skilled up and is looking to drive more business their way with its direct touch efforts
Mailing and shipping services firm in recovery mode after key systems were encrypted by a malware attack
Pressure is mounting from various sides on those customers that are still using apps that are stuck on aging mainframes
Competition commissioner says US tech giant’s behaviour is “likely, in the absence of intervention, to create serious and irreversible harm to competition”
The ramp-up of 5G networks would seem only a matter of time, but research suggests consumers are not yet seeing the light
AWS will offer promotional cloud credits to open source project maintainers that meet certain criteria. The move comes after repeated tensions with some companies.
Chinese telecoms equipment giant attributes 24.4% revenue growth to maintaining its focus on ICT infrastructure and smart devices
The Poly Studio X Series will natively run the Zoom video app at launch, with additional partnerships with online meetings vendors planned in the coming months.
Backup software maker adds software-as-a-service Metallic, which can protect on-premise, cloud and hybrid platforms. Meanwhile, Hedvig gets datacentre features and erasure coding
Plans to introduce age verification to access online pornography will not go ahead, with provisions around protecting children from inappropriate content on the internet to become part of wider regulations
New SAP co-CEOs Jennifer Morgan and Christian Klein must clarify SAP's products strategy, explain the experience economy and help customers build the intelligent enterprise.
Security researchers discovered a new Docker worm that has been targeting exposed hosts in order to spread cryptojacking malware to other containers.
Singapore’s telco regulator will award 5G spectrum to mobile operators by the middle of next year, culminating in the deployment of two nationwide 5G networks by the end of 2022
Mobile financial services transaction value will grow by 70% from 2019 to 2014 to total more than $1tn, driven by markets such as Latin America and Cico transactions
With six months until IR35 tax avoidance reforms are extended to the private sector, a number of financial services firms are thinning out their contractor workforce – is that the way to ensure compliance?
Telco blames “technical difficulties” for outage that has taken down voice, text and data services
The CEO of the workplace technology specialist has an ambition to significantly extend its developer community
Commvault unveils new look and product strategy under CEO Sanjay Mirchandani
Major review of cancer screening programmes urges NHSX to prioritise the update of the underlying technology systems
New university in UAE aims to enable students, businesses and governments to increase the use of artificial intelligence technology
Approaches to securing the enterprise need to change in the face of a rapidly maturing threat landscape
Power management specialist works with Canalys to survey resellers around the opportunities and challenges customers are facing around edge computing
Dublin-based top-up mobile services provider Ding expands operations with new office in the UK
The health sector is increasingly confident that NHSX can deliver a streamlined, effective cyber security policy for the health service
Barclays and IBM researchers publish paper on a quantum computing algorithm for securities transaction trading
Open source triple store database technology used by the U.S. Navy moves forward as a stable, mature project at the Apache Software Foundation.
Gluware adds to its network automation platform easier management of changes to device configurations and operating systems.
The SAS suite of business intelligence products is quickly seeing results from the vendor's $1 billion commitment to AI seven months after the investment was made public.
Zoom is increasingly positioning Zoom Phone as a core part of its portfolio and a service that every kind of business should consider.
Neat will design video conferencing hardware exclusively for Zoom, which has invested in the startup and was involved in early discussions regarding its formation.
Illinois may have adopted the nation's first automated hiring law, which will take effect Jan 1. The law is likely to become a template for other states interested in regulating the use of automated interviewing.
WebPurify has launched a beta of its Optical Character Recognition Profanity Filter Service to identify and block profane images on sites and apps with user-generated content.
Under a new partnership, MicroStrategy customers can use automated machine learning models from DataRobot for predictive, AI-based analytics.
VMware customers can now run AWS' Relational Database Service in their on-premises clusters, in a move that provides another option for hybrid cloud computing.
Government is making available more than £50m to support a range of new cyber security initiatives and collaborations, including the latest phase of its Digital Security by Design programme
Millions of older Amazon Echo and Kindle devices are still susceptible to a Wi-Fi vulnerability that was first disclosed in 2017
O2 has become the latest operator in the UK to offer a 5G network and claims to be able to demonstrate real-world 5G business use cases that can potentially boost the British economy
Fraud perpetrated through fake mobile apps purporting to be from legitimate banks has seen a statistically significant spike, says RSA
A study has found that procurement professionals are not confident of the process for vetting new suppliers – but a one-size assessment approach does not fit all
Distributor continues to expand its vendor roster adding storage player to the mix
OpenShift and its competitors now offer enterprises soup-to-nuts DevOps platforms, rather than simple Kubernetes management tools, that are based on different points of strategic lock-in.
Age-old hard disk drives get a new twist as energy-assisted technologies fuel Western Digital's upcoming new 20 TB HDDs and rivals Seagate and Toshiba work on product plans.
The use of machine learning in the finance sector is set to increase as obstacles to its take up are not seen as being insurmountable
Acumatica and IFS share a similar manufacturing ERP industry focus but target different markets. In this Q&A, Acumatica CEO Jon Roskill explains how the vendors are working to integrate systems and services.
Research from data blending and preparation supplier Alteryx finds UK businesses struggling to make the most of their data due to a shortage of data analytics expertise
A DigiCert study highlights a role for channel partner in preparing customers for quantum computing security threats; other channel news from the week.
A mobile app to help EU citizens apply for Settled and Pre-Settled Status after Brexit is finally available for Apple iPhone devices, but only on newer generations
The software giant announced a leave of absence for Hurd only last month, while he underwent treatment for undisclosed health problems
Databricks has found a new home at the Linux Foundation for its open source Delta Lake data lake project, in a bid to help grow a broader community and accelerate adoption.
At the midpoint of FY20, Dell Technologies partner executives pointed to evidence that the company's channel strategy has matured while highlighting areas for ongoing improvement.
Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd's abrupt death at 62 has put the software giant in the position of naming his replacement, and the decision could go one of a few ways, analysts say.
With entry-level pricing of $1,500 a month, the new Microsoft CDP could attract midsize retailers.
The healthcare community uses security as a crutch to deny the sharing of patient data. That has to stop, according to Athenahealth CISO Taylor Lehmann.
The final stage of digitising prescriptions in the NHS is expected to reduce inefficiencies, errors and paper usage