Six regional banks sign shareholders’ agreements, agree business plan and make financial commitments to payments platform
The £34m package will go towards research around autonomous technologies to improve safety and public trust
Regulators need to use more potent tools to get banks to sort out problems with their IT systems, as customers become more reliant on digital channels
Windows 7 issues at the NHS are making headlines, 15 months after the release of the review of how legacy IT was exploited by the WannaCry attack
UK broadcast regulator reveals plans to release airwaves to improve mobile services for customers aiming to help more areas get better comms services
Microsoft has emerged as the victor in the long-running battle with AWS over who would secure a decade-long cloud contract with the US Department of Defense worth $10bn
Survey from Huawei and STL Partners calculates that 5G mobile technologies are set to create an extra $1.4tn in gross domestic product for worldwide economies over the next decade
The security player's channel chief has been spending the months post the Carbonite acquisition getting a firm grip on its indirect business
IBM focuses on data protection with backup support for container volumes in Kubernetes, Red Hat OpenShift environments, VMs in VMware Cloud on AWS; adds new Virtual Tape Library.
A brief guide to some of the appointments made across the industry in the past week
Startups in traditional enterprises often feel they are being held back by culture, with legacy tech and business processes hampering innovation
Microsoft will reveal its latest plans to extend its cybersecurity strategy and a new architectural approach to hybrid clouds during Ignite.
DevSecOps has gone mainstream as companies bake security automation into app development, but experts say the toughest cybersecurity challenges remain unsolved.
Satellite operator aims to address connectivity challenges of industries ranging from retail, banking and security to energy, mining and agriculture
New RootMetrics report shows that early 5G roll-out brings breakneck speeds in limited availability, with vast promise moving forward
HPE brings technologies from two 2017 acquisitions -- predictive analytics and hyper-convergences -- together with InfoSight on SimpliVity in hopes of giving SimpliVity a sales jolt.
Coda 2.0 includes updates to design, a smoother performance, more organizational tools and new features to secure documents, such as locking and permissions.
Government Technology Agency has built an internet of things technology stack to level the playing field for smaller firms and drive innovation in public sector IoT projects
Acquisitions on hold at AT&T after third quarter growing strategic and managed business services, US wireless and IP broadband are offset by declines in revenues from legacy wireline services, recently acquired WarnerMedia assets and domestic video
ERP software vendor outlines new partner programme
In its goal of clearing and repurposing C-band spectrum to support fast 5G wireless deployment, C-Band Alliance updates its spectrum clearing proposal to US regulator the FCC
The judgment in the second trial in a multimillion-pound legal battle over an allegedly faulty IT system at the Post Office is imminent
Epicor upgraded its platform, and the improvements are available to both cloud and on-premises ERP users. The upgrade takes advantage of Microsoft Azure technologies.
Solid commercial performance in France, Africa and the Middle East, as well as increased revenues from the Europe and enterprise segments, are drivers for modest profit and revenue growth for Orange
LZLabs has found that in just a few years those with the skills at many firms to keep the mainframe lights on are planning to head off into retirement
Iceland is a small island between Europe and the US, and that is one of several reasons why it is attracting tech startups to its capital
The key performance indicators used by heads of finance to measure the effectiveness of CIOs is not sufficient to drive tech-led transformation
Fancy Bear is back in action and once again targeting anti-doping bodies and sporting organisations, warns Microsoft
Most businesses that are heavily reliant on mainframes fear a shrinking skills pool
Breached consumer VPN supplier details steps it is taking to shore up its cyber security posture after an unknown actor gained access to one of its servers
ThoughtSpot and Qlik CEOs squabble online over controversial but widely used non-compete agreements and the larger impact these contracts have on the IT industry.
Overwhelmed by an influx of data, Dal-Tile, a leading manufacturer of ceramic tile products, went to Domo to try to solve its business intelligence problems.
Openreach says time is very much of the essence if it is to meet its 2025 target of upgrading the UK’s comms infrastructure to a full fibre and All-IP technologies
Admins at NetApp storage conference consider moving everything from physical data centers into public clouds, although such a shift is likely years away for most enterprises.
NetApp Keystone allows customers to choose a service level and type of storage. NetApp then uses its analytics to tailor storage to meet performance and capacity needs.
Northwell Health CIO John Bosco's vision for the EHR includess artificial intelligence, voice recognition and the cloud.
Adobe exposed data on 7.5 million users and employees and one expert says the incident highlights why production data shouldn't be used in test environments.
Losing the $10 billion JEDI cloud computing contract to Microsoft forces AWS to consider its next steps in trying to reverse the government's surprise decision.
Helping customers overcome the hurdle of cloud migration is just the first step, Jaspreet Singh says. Companies must be ready for the next step: monetizing the data.
Salesforce pushes deeper into financial services with tools to make mortgage data collection easier, and to find upsell opportunities for customers looking for home loans.
Australian telco Aussie Broadband has improved customer service though automation, even with a lean team and a growing subscriber base
Sentient.io is offering artificial intelligence microservices that developers can use to augment their applications with speech recognition and other AI capabilities
While businesses are using automation to save money, many also see robotic process automation as essential to support new business initiatives
Leaders in the region got scores of over 80% while Britain achieved just over 61%, a Capgemini report has found
As the National Cyber Security Strategy nears the end of its working life, the government is considering what comes next, and is asking probing questions of its successes and failures
Older monitoring tools lack support for microservices, containerisation and serverless computing, Forrester Consulting warns
Computacenter has cheered investors with a decent Q3 just a week after fellow channel player Softcat did the same with its full year numbers
OpenRoaming will allow devices to connect automatically to Wi-Fi and seamlessly roam from one hotspot to another
The Department of Work and Pensions has released the priorities within its single departmental plan, including the new platforms National Debt Service and Counter Fraud and Error Management Service
Avaya responds to reports it is losing channel partners due to its lack of cloud offering
Cosmetics giant L'Oréal reveals details of how it is combining Microsoft cloud technologies with Talend's data integration tools to speed up product development within its organisation
US comms regulator proposes regulations that could see technology from Chinese suppliers such as ZTE and Huawei removed from US comms networks
Some U.S. government agencies use technology to earn high marks for CX. Others need improvement in areas that corporate marketing teams can learn from.
The success of NetApp's hybrid cloud strategy will depend on how quickly enterprises abandon data center ownership in favor of more agile cloudlike data mobility.
Micron Technology's new X100 SSD will become the first competitor for Intel's Optane in the market for 3D XPoint's ultrafast solid-state storage drives.
Mission Control is intended to unify Splunk Enterprise Security, Splunk Phantom and Splunk User Behavior Analytics into the Splunk Security Operations Suite.
Storage professionals should feel 'unleashed' and empowered in the age of cloud to avoid the tedious admin work and hit the reset button by modernizing data center storage.
Druva's next update will include Slack and Microsoft Teams backup, on top of integrations with ServiceNow, Splunk and Okta. The company is capitalizing on increased SaaS adoption.
With the new TensorFlow for enterprises, organizations running previous versions of TensorFlow can get long-term support, including security updates and select bug fixes.
Chris Hylen unexpectedly stepped down as CEO of Imperva in the wake of a data breach involving cloud WAF customer data, though it's unclear if the two events are connected.
SAP and Microsoft partner to make Microsoft Azure the preferred public cloud infrastructure for customers who want to move to S/4HANA workloads to the cloud.
By year's end, Salesforce will unveil a new set of live and on-demand video training classes to give users a new way to earn Trailhead badges and certifications.
ConnectWise is purchasing its longtime competitor Continuum in a deal that is guaranteed to reshape the managed service provider software space.
Alibaba Cloud’s compliance with Tisax and GxP follows earlier efforts by major public cloud suppliers to win over enterprises with strict data protection and security rules
Oledcomm claims a world’s first in equipping an Airbus commercial flight with Li-Fi connectivity technology
The colocation market is continuing to consolidate, with Digital Realty confirming plans to acquire and merge with Europe's second biggest colocation provider, Interxion
CEO of Manchester-based cloud computing firm denies allegations of misconduct, and is taking a leave of absence while the claims are investigated
Consumer electronics giant sees marked pivot from products to services in quarterly results
Social media giant also promises to change the way its platform is used to protect people’s data
Lawrence Jones has decided to step down amid allegations of sexual misconduct
Latest study showcases the work in artificial intelligence that is ongoing in the NHS as part of its Long-Term Plan
Microsoft's triumph over Amazon Web Services (AWS) in securing a $10bn cloud contract with the US Department of Defense has led to questions being asked about whether White House pressure changed the course of the procurement
Consolidation in the MSP world continues with ConnextWise sealing a couple of deals and striking up a strategic partnership to add more depth to its offering
Current and anticipated artificial intelligence spending is the highest in Europe despite various challenges around implementation, according to a report by Accenture
In a hybrid multi-cloud world the channel is in an ideal position to help guide customers to make the right decisions
Despite a pledge of "zero tolerance" for malicious activity, ad network Adsterra was found to be once again connecting with the Master134 malvertising campaign.
A review into the continued relevance of the UK government’s six-year-old cloud-first policy has concluded its ‘brand recognition’ is too strong for it to be scrapped, according to GDS
Range of market stimuli align to see global smartphone shipments growing 1% in the third quarter of 2019, bucking two years of declines
More controls are coming to the Microsoft Teams admin center, but enterprises will have to wait a bit longer for the large-scale configuration tools they need.
SK Telecom has shown an annual increase in its mobile communications business revenues for the first time in eight quarters, as it carries on with its plan to transform into a global “new” ICT company
The need for speed, and the need to lay down and connect high-speed broadband and fibre, has put a break on the financial performance of BT over the first six months of its fiscal year
As the countdown towards the IR35 reforms coming into force in the private sector continues, research by recruitment firm Hays draws concerns over an apparent lack of awareness and preparation amongst enterprises
In a UK legal and regulatory first, UK government constructs priorities for telecoms regulator Ofcom, principally regarding the roll-out nationwide of gigabit-speed broadband
What is said to be the first competitive landscape assessment of the 5G Mobile Core arena shows the market is still very much up for grabs
Bank’s female-only hackathon comes up with new ideas for financial services aimed at improving women’s financial wellbeing
Treasury Committee report recommends new measures to tackle financial fraud
The UK might be a mature market in terms of the adoption of managed services but there is a lot of mileage to go as SME needs become more complex
IDC research finds wireless connectivity remains a top priority for global business as bandwidth demands continue to increase and near real-time business applications require lower latencies
SwiftStack's latest upgrade extends its ProxyFS file system to the edge and cloud namespace to file data namespace to cater to artificial intelligence, machine learning workloads.
Microsoft will allow end users to make certain purchases in Power Platform. Office 365 admins should know what this entails and how it will affect them.
Jacky Wright's replacement is a financial services veteran who brings expertise in tech-enabled change and payments infrastructure
Veeam cloud backup gets a shakeup. The company has sold off N2WS, an AWS data protection company, and has a number of cloud-focused product updates set to launch.
Cisco's picks for top emerging networking technologies include machine reasoning, optical networking, cognitive radio and Citizens Broadband Radio Service.
The largest 5G roll out to date takes place as China gives official authorisation to deploy services as China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom switch on offers at the same time
Data scientists struggle to get the right data in the right format to build artificial intelligence models, so to benefit from AI, CIOs will need to simplify data access
Atlassian's CISO believes that eventually, application security mechanisms will be absorbed completely into Agile and DevOps tools -- including his own company's products.
Decision on allowing so-called high-risk suppliers access to the UK’s market for 5G infrastructure delayed due to 12 December poll
Hewlett Packard Enterprise subsidiary Cray delivers new ClusterStor E1000 all-flash and disk storage arrays, with hardened Lustre file system and ClusterStor Data Services.
A new video conferencing app, Vonage Meetings, will provide alternative to Amazon Chime for Vonage's cloud UC customers.
Resellers are being urged to develop more services to ensure they don’t lose the customer and miss out on hefty chunks of the IT budget
Nokia proposes new way for telcos to meet the inevitable rising cyber security threats posed by 5G-enabled networks
Employee activism may be giving rise to 'green teams' or formal sustainability efforts. The development can be a positive opportunity for employees and provide payback in terms of employee engagement.
Security service providers can expect growth in fields such as incident response and assessment services, but they will need to right-size their offerings.
Adobe is reaching out to small businesses with expansions to its product portfolio, which include Magento Commerce, Marketo Engage and Adobe Analytics Foundation among others.
Google Cloud Platform's networking capabilities have gotten a boost with the introduction of bring your own IP addresses, a move aimed to ease cloud migrations for customers.
Now supporting both Python and Node.js, Application Security Monitoring can identify risk throughout the software development lifecycle for both third-party and native code.
IOpipe's IP and expertise will help New Relic catch up with the latest serverless monitoring trends, such as AWS Lambda Layers support and event-driven frameworks.