As more Asia-Pacific enterprises gear up for the hybrid cloud, a slew of tools has emerged to help organisations manage the lifecycle of cloud applications in a heterogeneous IT environment
At the 2019 WISE awards, chair of the campaign Trudy Norris-Grey called upon the audience to help find ways to speed up the move to equality in the tech sector
US financial services regulator is investigating allegations that Goldman Sachs’ credit decisions for its Apple Card offering show gender bias
Zain commissions Ericsson for 5G technology to meet growing data traffic demands and deliver high-quality mobile broadband and fixed wireless experiences, encompassing new business in the automotive, health and energy sectors
Telco deploys spectrum-sharing technology to help realise its goal of reaching 90% 5G coverage of Switzerland by end of this year
Managed print and office specialist makes continues to use acquisition as a way of extending the reach of the business
Research firm Tussell’s study into G-Cloud reveals majority of suppliers listed in its report did not earn any revenue in 2018 through the public sector framework
A busy week with lots of announcements of fresh faces taking up roles across the industry
A damning report into the 2018 IT disaster at TSB is expected to heavily criticise executives when it is published in November
Features offered by Altify include analytics with Salesforce Einstein and Tableau, relationship map visualizations and integrations with applications in the CRO tool ecosystem.
First phase of network expansion aims to give users download speeds of up to 900Mbps in 15 UK towns and cities
ADP DataCloud has an upgrade that includes what it calls 'mashup' capabilities. This will make it easier for customers to overlay business data and use third-party systems, such as Tableau.
Commvault is adding nonbackup capabilities to Metallic and integrating Hedvig with HyperScale. The vendor will roll out features for the two ventures over the course of next year.
OpenText acquires Carbonite, a vendor in cloud-based data protection and backup, disaster recovery and end-point security.
A regional SAP executive outlines what it takes for Southeast Asia’s workforce to tap the opportunities offered by the region’s booming digital economy
Microsoft revealed plans to jump into the quantum hardware business with a chip capable of running quantum software.
Research by Ricoh suggests that the lukewarm view of employee experience among IT leaders is part of the reason for Australia’s declining productivity
Deutsche Telekom, Telefónica Deutschland and Vodafone have entered into a co-operation for mobile network expansion to extend coverage throughout Germany
IBM’s head honcho, Ginni Rometty, welcomes Australia’s Woodside Energy to the quantum computing fold through a partnership to harness the technology to shore up cyber security and plant operations
Both buyers and sellers need to cooperate to solve the thorny issues around 5G security
Labour claims to have been the victim of a cyber attack, but says it is confident no data leaked
Half year numbers show that although facing its challenges the Technology side of the business is performing strongly
Vodafone UK is claiming its best-ever quarter for new customers, with more than 500,000 additions in the three months ending 30 September
But the public trust banks more than local or central government bodies when it comes to handling personal information, a new study has found
Officers will be able to fill in reports directly on their mobile devices for incidents such as crimes, road collisions and traffic tickets
Mist Systems has launched what it claims as the world’s first AI-driven self-driving network for the enterprise, allowing business users to streamline IT operations, simplify troubleshooting across wired/wireless domains and deliver optimised experiences
Worldwide, barely one-third of companies are maintaining full compliance with the PCI DSS security standard – and the numbers are falling
Juniper Networks is using its Mist Systems acquisition to provide cloud-based analytics for a wired and wireless LAN built with Mist and Juniper hardware.
Dell EMC expands storage-as-a-service pricing, launches PowerOne converged stack for IT users looking for the "Holy Grail" of cloud pricing and on-premises management.
As well as the usual IT leadership tasks, the healthcare IT chief is also responsible for helping to develop digital skills and awareness for staff across the health and care sectors in England
Businesses and governments in Denmark and Norway are working together to address a cyber security shortfall for SMEs in each country
Firm is looking to use the next ten years to improve the fortunes of millions and get the channel delivering as a service and more automation
Acquia, recently acquired by Vista Equity Partners, remains committed to Drupal and moves deeper into the CX space with tools for e-commerce and marketing automation.
Microsoft is bringing the Application Guard security container to Office 365 ProPlus this year, which could limit the threat of malicious Office documents for subscribers.
Nasuni's new Analytics Connector does file-to-object translation, Cloud Migrator speeds data transfers, and multi-cloud support expands to Google and more on-premises options.
Tableau revealed an expanded partnership with AWS on Tuesday to help the vendor's on-premises users migrate their analytics operations to the cloud.
For all of the talk about data breach class action lawsuits, virtually none of them reach a courtroom. Here's why and how data breach lawsuits almost always end in settlements.
Amid consolidation and chaos in the cloud security market, Aqua snaps up CloudSploit and sets the stage for increased competition with traditional IT security vendors.
Insurance companies such as Chubb are offering incident response services and security tools to help companies improve their cyber security posture and better cope with cyber attacks
Singapore is kicking off its national AI strategy with five key projects spanning logistics, healthcare, smart estates, education and border security
The online betting site is setting up a DevOps team to improve website reliability and ensure applications are deployed quickly
Artificial intelligence is set to become a core part of business, but to get the most from it, enterprises need to engage with consumers to focus personalisation
Back-office implementations see increased demand for native support for TM Forum’s Open APIs, boosting interoperability and helping service providers improve agility and reduce IT integration and maintenance costs
Joint venture aims to deliver advanced mobile messaging experience across suppliers’ mobile networks
Finnair and Finavia explore options for automatic digital identification and authentication of air travellers
A perfect storm of market conditions are making it the right time for partners to approach customers about their unified comms and collaboration plans
Nominet study finds evidence that many businesses tout the robustness of their security posture as a selling point even though their security teams lack confidence in themselves
Google is launching bank accounts in the US in 2020 as tech giants continue to deepen their activities in the financial services sector
Researchers at Purdue University and the University of Iowa publish details of several new 5G mobile network vulnerabilities
Jamf Protect, the new endpoint security software announced at JNUC 2019, provides organizations with a native macOS tool that takes a kernel-less approach to macOS security.
The newly launched time clock integrates with Workforce Dimensions, Kronos' workforce management suite, providing real-time updates to managers and employees.
Augmented intelligence, improved data management capabilities and a tool to monitor KPIs are at the core of improvements unveiled by Tableau on Wednesday.
Acquia and Drupal founder Dries Buytaert discusses his company's move into marketing automation, CDPs and what's next after Vista Equity Partners' billion-dollar investment in Acquia.
Distributor's board recommend the sale, which should give it access to more financial muscle
The updates include a new home screen and a page for users to track the signing process, the ability to zoom and navigation buttons that help improve users' experience on mobile.
HYCU dives deeper into the Google Cloud Platform with backup for SAP HANA. The backup vendor aims to keep costs down and provide a fully managed service.
The 'virtual studio' DreamWorks cloud relies on various components of NetApp Data Fabric, including All Flash FAS storage, NetApp HCI and OnTap cloud-based data management.
To prepare for the 2010 Winter Olympics, the Vancouver Canucks used Veeam to protect against point-of-sale system failures -- a major upgrade over its previous tape backup.
In an unexpected move, Docker sells off its Docker Enterprise business -- including customer support -- to Mirantis and refocuses on Docker Hub and Docker Desktop.
Security updates for the month also include corrections for bugs in the Hyper-V virtualization platform, Excel for Mac systems and Exchange Server.
In this Q&A, SAP chief partner officer Karl Fahrbach discusses why the company has evolved its partner program to reward customer success, rather than just focusing on sales.
Scaling a MySQL database in the cloud is not easy, but the open source Vitess project manages the project at scale for cloud-native Kubernetes deployments.
Slack services partners will help the vendor's largest customers build integrations, train employees and develop migration strategies.
Researchers disclosed another variant of the ZombieLoad side-channel attack that affects the newest Intel processors, and also discovered a flaw in the original ZombieLoad patch.
The Salesforce and Tableau CEOs appeared together for the first time at Tableau Conference 2019, five months after the analytics vendor agreed to be acquired by the CRM giant.
Microsoft said it will apply the California Consumer Privacy Act across the nation and extend the law's data privacy protections to customers in all fifty states.
The Regulatory Pilot Space will offer ASEAN businesses a safe test environment to provide digital services across the region while complying with data privacy rules
Improving customer experience is one of the main factors behind the decision by users to invest in unified comms and collaboration tools
Funding will help bi-directional CDN technology provider to accelerate content delivery speed, reduce internet traffic volume and acquire Blinkloader content optimisation platform
Docker, the company credited with popularising the notion of container technologies, sells off its enterprise arm as part of a wider business restructure
Record revenue fuelled by continued growth in cable revenue generating units, says European broadband cable yearbook
The owners of the high performance computing specialist have decided the time is right for some fresh hands at the wheel
New Salesforce.org Education Cloud features assist with degree planning, setting up adviser appointments and getting a more well-rounded view of students.
London Office of Technology and Innovation launches dashboard in partnership with Bloomberg Associates to drive savings and identify skills levels
Organised criminals are trying to cash in on the festive retail boom with both brand new and tried-and-tested techniques
Amazon Chime now integrates with Dolby Voice Room, a hardware kit for small and midsize meeting rooms. It's Amazon Chime's first pre-integrated room system.
The latest Google cloud network monitoring tools perform connectivity testing and provide firewall and performance metrics.
The Home Office’s Brexit app may be putting EU citizens’ personal data at risk
Acquia's new venture backing and customer experience cloud apps precipitate a need for easier integrations and setup for future releases, customers and partners said.
Datrium's upcoming DRaaS Connect will extend its cloud DR with fast RTO to all users of VMware vSphere infrastructure on premises, not just its DVX customers.
Dell's CEO lays out his company's cloud plan, which is to connect on-premises with public, edge and 5G clouds though integrated infrastructure and subscription pricing.
Adobe adds features for non-IT marketing users to more easily deploy the Adobe Experience Platform CDP. Photoshop-like layering tools for data sets, previewed earlier this year, go live.
Using a facial recognition platform from Veritone, the Anaheim Police Department can more quickly identify suspects captured on camera by comparing photos with booking photos.
InfoTrax settled an FTC complaint over an extensive data breach that lasted two years. Now, it can no longer collect any personal data until it implements its own infosec program.
Google plans to discuss its cloud cybersecurity portfolio at a conference next week, with the capabilities developed by Chronicle figuring heavily into the mix.
The latest Cisco earnings report indicated a weakening in business confidence as economic uncertainties lowered tech spending by enterprises and other segments.
Cloud outages hit AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud within the past week, an outcome that suggests customers must take a more sophisticated approach to ensure maximum uptime.
Deeper integrations with business applications and data residency support are part of Slack’s broader strategy to penetrate deeper into the enterprise
Exodus from traditional video services to online spurs surge in average broadband data usage, presenting untapped opportunities for service providers
Uproar in tech sector as Labour proposes to part-nationalise BT and offer free full-fibre broadband to all individuals and businesses by 2030 if successful in General Election
The market is reaching a tipping point and those resellers that have not yet got involved with SD-WAN need to make a decision soon
Spotting a gap in holistic network management in today’s multicloud business environments, Google Cloud introduces its Network Intelligence Centre
Hackers claiming to represent Lizard Squad say they were behind a distributed denial of service attack on the UK’s Labour Party
A new study has shown that while many enterprises are able to keep public cloud costs under control, spending can quickly escalate
Thousands of IT contractors are at risk of financial ruin as HMRC pursues them for tax it claims they owe on work they did up to two decades ago and were reimbursed for via loan remuneration schemes. Computer Weekly investigates
NHS trust uses BT 5G network to deliver medical services to a 5G-connected ambulance, combining virtual, augmented and robotic technology
NetApp's decision to aggressively market storage systems for building hybrid and multi-clouds is put to the test in the face of declining sales in 2019.
8x8 Video Meetings has launched as a free, stand-alone app. It will rival free versions of Zoom and GoToMeeting, as 8x8 looks to use the offering to funnel businesses into its UCaaS platform.
Partners deploying AI take note: 75% of the executives Accenture polled believe they risk business failure if they are unable to scale the technology; more news from the week.
In a Q&A, Tableau chief technology officer Andrew Beers talks about the driving factors behind recent product upgrades centered around data management and augmented intelligence.
With Salesforce and Tableau finally free to start integrating, Andrew Beers, Tableau's chief technology officer, talks about what the future might be for Tableau and its users.
Researchers discovered vulnerabilities in Qualcomm TrustZone that Check Point says could lead to 'unprecedented access' because of the extremely sensitive data stored in mobile secure elements.
D2iQ's CTO says it will use its enterprise experience with Apache Mesos container orchestration and big data apps such as Kafka to compete in a crowded market for Kubernetes management.