Led by Chinese tech giants such as Tencent and China Mobile, the Asia-Pacific region will account for a third of the global OpenStack market by 2023
Australia’s second biggest telco, Optus, has flipped the switch for its 5G fixed wireless broadband service in key cities, with mobile services in the pipeline
The digital arm of the NHS used HMRC's much-maligned online tool to assess contractors, only for the tax agency to call into question its IR35 determinations and hit it with a tax bill totalling £4.3m
Ethical hackers taking part in a bug bounty programme on behalf of the European Union have uncovered a 20-year-old vulnerability
Artificial intelligence university in Abu Dhabi gets more than 3,000 applications in the week following its application process being opened
Digital banking services rapidly gain popularity, but digital banks face major challenges to make deeper inroads into traditional banks’ customer bases
To support the ambition to offer as a service across the portfolio by 2022 HPE has started to make changes to its partner programme
HMRC has vowed to appeal against the outcome of an IR35 tribunal that ruled it should not be pursuing an ex-DWP and Accenture IT contractor for more than £240,000 in unpaid tax as his engagements classify him as self-employed
Chinese comms infrastructure giant dismisses external “pressures” and sets out its strategy to make breakthroughs and deliver the all-connected intelligent world based on 5G, IoT and AI
New government funding unlocked to help break down barriers to the adoption of emerging technologies in the legal sector
A Commons Select Committee report has voiced a number of concerns about the ongoing transformation efforts led by the Ministry of Justice and called for actions such as maintenance of non-digital services
Jask’s cloud-native autonomous security operations software will be integrated into Sumo Logic’s intelligence platform
Azure Arc will bring Microsoft's public cloud management tools together for use by customers on any type of infrastructure. The move underscores the drive toward hybrid cloud deployments as customer needs evolve.
New Microsoft Azure analytics service provides cloud BI and machine learning, enabling users to do analytics on data in various sources, including data warehouses and data lakes.
Microsoft changes name of Flow to Power Automate, adds virtual agents to Power Platform among host of robotic process automation tools in latest release.
Another busy few days in the IT world with some more appointments being made across the industry
SAP S/4HANA is seen as an ideal platform for companies to build the intelligent enterprise, but SAP still faces problems getting customers to implement the 'next-generation ERP.'
As hyperconverged infrastructure use cases expand, Dell EMC adds analytics, flash and network management to VxRail platform built on PowerEdge servers.
Rackspace's pending purchase of Onica, an AWS partner with consulting and professional services capabilities, underscores the continuing interest in cloud services specialists.
Sumo Logic has acquired JASK, an automated SOC that will be most useful for security analytics and alert reduction features within Sumo Logic's SIEM.
New standards are being developed by the OpenStack Foundation and a standards body to improve the interoperability of OpenStack distributions in China
In many businesses, IT is regarded as an internal service provider and cost centre. Gartner says now is the best time for CIOs to make IT strategic
Information commissioner Elizabeth Denham launches campaign to remind the public of their rights when personal data is used for political purposes
Distributed file system maker Qumulo benefits from HPE Apollo hardware upgrade in a market where Qumulo exec says customers are coming back from object storage for unstructured data
Apple Card issuing bank Goldman Sachs has already given billions of dollars in credit to iPhone users since Apple's credit card was launched
Find out who won what, including the best of show prize, at the 2019 VMworld Europe User Awards in Barcelona
The £500,000 of annual funding will go towards a leader and a department dedicated to developing digital initiatives
Private equity companies in the Nordic region are stepping up M&A activity as international tech firms eye acquisitions in the region
Moving to SharePoint Online and OneDrive may get simpler with new migration tools. Plus, new features in the cloud services aim to entice IT.
Tech trade body TechUK claims the datacentre sector must do more to tackle climate change, and assist the government with its pledge to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050
Organizations will be able to use one console to view and manage devices from SCCM and Intune. Other new Microsoft 365 dashboards could help IT teams better communicate.
Scientists at Philips Research North America are applying AI and augmented reality to healthcare -- tools they hope will be game changers for clinicians and patients.
CSI and Endava both move to acquire firms that will add more depth, vertical market reach and geographical coverage
During its annual VMworld event in Barcelona, VMware unveiled its vision for combining vSphere and Kubernetes
Sector analysis from Sophos has revealed some insight into how malware authors are adapting to thwart cyber security controls
Google inspired core banking platform could help banks offer personalised products to millions of people.
Arista joins Cisco, Juniper and VMware in the multi-cloud networking market. The new Arista CloudEOS leverages CloudVision for multi-cloud monitoring, automation and management.
New Qumulo scale-out file storage software can be consumed locally or run as a hybrid cloud available via a Hewlett Packard Enterprise GreenLake consumption license.
Microsoft and Cisco unveiled an alliance this week for better interoperability between their cloud UC products.
Data stored in a data lake can be an important asset, but understanding how the data is being used, or in some cases not used, is another challenge altogether.
At Microsoft Ignite, the tech giant released new updates to ease RPA and AI building across its Power Platform, as well as new capabilities for Cortana within Microsoft 365.
CynergisTek looks to expand its services by acquiring Backbone Consultants, a small advisory firm that specializes in IT auditing and regulatory compliance.
Following months of warnings from law enforcement and the infosec community, the first BlueKeep exploit campaign was discovered in the wild and experts say it won't be the last.
The hybrid cloud offering, announced this week at Ignite, will let users manage across multi-cloud, on-premises and edge environments -- but is it relevant? Customers weigh in.
The new version of Microsoft's Edge browser promises new enterprise features and simplified management for Windows admins. Experts say Edge is now competitive with Google Chrome.
Huawei dismisses US tech sabre-rattling and claims it will continue robust business growth in 5G with or without US suppliers
Object storage specialist continues its cloud integration journey by adding Microsoft Azure Blob API connectors to allow use of Ring as bulk storage for Azure edge data
MEP warns that digital sovereignty will remain a mirage if European digital champions do not have the same rights to enter foreign markets as those attempting to enter the EU
Initiative spearheaded by Good Things Foundation and JP Morgan awards funding to 15 projects with the aim of closing the digital divide
Ofcom group director for competition and board member fills in as regulator expects to make permanent appointment after General Election
Computer Weekly publishes cache of leaked documents disclosed to Congress
Software and services is the way that the vendor is expecting more of its partners to go
A series of workshops, including the public’s involvement to guide the plan’s vision, have been postponed
Philips Research wants to modernize NICU rooms. Central to the redesign is a collaborative dashboard that quickly puts information at the fingertips of clinicians and families.
From 2021, Virgin Media will have full access to all of Vodafone’s current services and future technologies, such as its 5G network, after ending supply deal with BT
Sage is bringing its cloud-based accountancy software acquired with US-based Intacct to the UK, and publishes research advancing a digital CFO concept
The firm has updated the market with interim first half numbers that underlined growth on the MSP side
An ill-advised career in cyber crime is potentially almost as well-paying as a job as a threat researcher in the industry, according to Tenable researchers
There are about 2.8 million cyber security professionals working today, and the world needs four million more
Clothing, home and luxury food retailer Marks & Spencer has been pushing to make its business more digital, but its half-year profits have seen a hit
The latest update of Looker's business intelligence platform, unveiled Wednesday at the vendor's user conference, is highlighted by improved embedded analytics capabilities.
Leaked documents reveal how Facebook used and abused app developers, cut off data to competitors, gave privileged access to its friends and used privacy as a cover story
Switching to Veritas NetBackup let Oaktree perform hourly backups instead of daily, greatly reducing risk of data loss during restores. Oaktree also uses Data Insight for audits.
Simple measures could have saved consumer security product supplier from insider breach
Report from economist Oxera predicts that many social and economic benefits will result from the widespread roll-out of gigabit broadband, as increased connectivity changes the way people interact with each other
Recruiters are taking on more strategic roles, thanks in part to automation tools. But HR departments are facing another trend: declining budgets.
The MS390 is the first Cisco switch built using Meraki software and Catalyst hardware.
Clients' website visitors can receive direct mail with customized content within 72 hours of their visits with the new Content Derived Filtering tool, according to the company.
Forrester identifies top vendors in the translytical database category and common elements that help make the unified database model well adapted for multiple use cases.
After the vendor unexpectedly delayed their launch in September, Microsoft Teams private channels are now rolling out to all customers.
A recently reported bug in Firefox allows spammed authentication dialogs to lock users out of their browsers and it is under attack in the wild, despite previous efforts to patch.
Salesforce rolled out new features for Health Cloud focused primarily on the life sciences. The goal is to help those kinds of companies get closer to their customers.
IT pros have found Atlassian tools useful for BizDevOps initiatives but would like more integration and consolidated points of management among them in the future.
Workday's planned acquisition of Scout RFP, a sourcing and procurement platform, says one thing to analysts: It is pushing to become a full-service ERP vendor.
Workday’s vice-chairman explains how machine learning can help employees become more effective, and hints at the company’s moves beyond finance and HR software
Abu Dhabi’s fledgling artificial intelligence university is part of a highly ambitious 30-year plan to transform the UAE’s economy and culture
IT behemoth Microsoft and comms technology provider Nokia forge first joint solutions, to enable communications service providers and enterprises to accelerate digital transformation
UK telco reveals 5G network support for trials of driverless vehicles and smart transport systems on the streets of London
It may be a third of the size, but Xerox has put in a bid for rival HP Inc, four years after HP Inc's separation from HP
GlobalData report finds blockchain usage among telcos increasing, with use cases such as roaming fraud management, wholesale fees settlement, mobile money payments and IoT management
Court documents reveal how the Saudi Arabian government targeted Twitter employees as part of a coordinated effort to gather information on known dissidents
Gartner has been looking into its crystal ball to see how IT spending will fare across EMEA next year
Fibre-to-the-home provider Community Fibre has teamed with cloud and IT services provider Glemnet to bring unprecedented gigabit speed broadband to customers in south London
Booz Allen Hamilton introduced an AI platform and marketplace made for uploading, deploying and managing AI models across a scalable environment.
Phishing attacks against the United Nations and humanitarian organizations show how threat actors are weaponizing valid SSL certificates and how hard it is to stop the abuse.
Co-operative bank has extended a contract to outsource its mortgage platform in a deal with Capita
A vulnerability in Amazon’s Ring video doorbells left the internet-of-things devices open to a variety of attacks
Business intelligence over the last 20 years has been marked by the opening up of data to everyday business users after it was once the sole possession of IT departments.
Zopa's move into the banking sector is gathering pace as customers test out its savings product
Within weeks of concluding the acquisition of PCM the firm was contributing to sales at Insight Enterprises
Catering to small and midsize customers, Salesforce remixes and upgrades existing features to form a content management system for users to broadcast content to customers.
With BI platforms getting easier to use by the year and enabling more self-service users in process, the value of analytics is being realized by a growing audience.
Orange Group joins the 5G service provider roster, with offer in Romania said to be capable of delivering internet download speeds of up to 1.2Gbps and average download speeds of 600Mbps
Cisco has brought the full feature set of Webex Meetings into Webex Teams. The vendor is also releasing new collaboration devices, including a desk monitor.
As part of a project to get its branch offices and business units on the same backup product, Emerson Electric used Commvault to simplify, save money and lower its RTO and RPO.
Infinidat CTO Brian Carmody says NVMe protocol is a 'perfect match' for hybrid InfiniBox disk arrays. Customers are beta testing Infinidat NVMe drivers, starting with RoCE 4.
The free edition is aimed at helping OT operators and IT security teams take the first step to finding the organization's assets that they need to secure within their OT and IoT networks.
The latest Cisco Meraki Go products cost as little as $149 -- a price that could attract Best Buy customers.
The latest product update from BI vendor Yellowfin features new dashboard design tools, a revamped mobile app and a repackaged data presentation platform.
New Azure Blob API will enable Microsoft Azure Stack Hub and Edge hybrid and private cloud customers to use scale-out Scality Ring object storage on premises.
A Trend Micro employee stole and sold customer support data, which was used by a malicious third-party actor to scam consumer customers of the cybersecurity company.
Azure Cost Management, which helps customers track spend on the cloud platform, can provide sweet rewards if used correctly and comprehensively, according to candy maker Mars.
Healthcare CIOs said the struggle between innovation and keeping the lights on and developing tools for patient data were top of mind at the 2019 CHIME Fall CIO Forum.
The Apache Singa distributed deep learning platform has been conferred top-level project status and is already being used by hospitals to model the progression of diseases
Suite deploys artificial intelligence to create a personalised meetings experience
Fintechs’ network will make it easier for small companies to expand their customer bases internationally
At the end of its financial year, mobile chip giant Qualcomm sets its sights firmly on profiting from a 5G economy which it believes will generate more than $10tn in sales enablement by 2035
A couple of buildings that date from the 1980s will be given a full refurb as the channel player invests in its facilities
GSMA Intelligence report says 5G could see private enterprise networks explode and become a competition battleground between telcos and cloud companies within five years
A new report by Policy Lab into the threats and opportunities of technology is aimed to support new approaches to policy-making
The Supreme Court has heard an appeal from retailer Morrisons as it attempts to overturn prior judgments holding it liable for a 2014 leak of employee data
Cleveland Clinic's deputy CISO came to the 2019 CHIME Fall CIO Forum with a message: Migrating to the cloud won't be easy, but the move is inevitable.
The BlueKeep RDP vulnerability is beginning to be exploited in the wild, and security teams have no excuse for not trying to get in front of it, says Microsoft
Sanity in a zero-trust world for microservices security calls for IT teams to prioritize the assets they must protect, and that starts with data classification.
Two new FICO products, FICO Identity Proofing and the FICO Authentication Suite, aim to use AI to help keep users' digital identities and logins secure.
Medical device startup Enable Injections is small now but intends to be big soon, so it's implementing SAP S/4HANA in phases to future-proof its company.
ScyllaDB has been helpful for big organizations such as Comcast, which was able to trim from nearly 1,000 database nodes to 78 ScyllaDB nodes and now has more room to grow.
IBM hopes to bring developers to its new financial services cloud that runs on the IBM Cloud platform and uses Red Hat OpenShift as its Kubernetes environment.
The Cisco Partner Summit put the spotlight on the company's customer experience and Lifecycle Advisor efforts. Cisco also unveiled a DevNet specialization for partners.
ConnectWise warned that ransomware attacks are targeting open ports for its Automate on-premises application, but the company has offered few details about the nature of the attacks.
Microsoft's cybersecurity training program, which uses AI-powered tools to reinforce learning, is mandated for all employees. It will also be launched in a version for customers.