The Australian Securities Exchange is embracing digital ledger technology, microservices and DevOps to modernise its core systems
Besides shrinking its datacentre footprint by 75%, Singapore’s DBS Bank is running twice as many virtual machines on a single socket and decoupling applications from its infrastructure stack
London 5G networks are not yet cutting the mustard in terms of consistency and reliability of performance
Surveys show up to 40% of high-street stores in Sweden and Finland could face closure by 2030 as retailers seek to combat e-commerce threat
HP Inc's board of directors have formally declined Xerox’s $30bn acquisition offer, but it has left the door open for merger negotiations
Broadband infrastructure provider will deploy high-capacity 432 Fibre System between Stratford in London and Eurotunnel in Folkestone
Software-defined storage specialist DataCore has added file storage and S3 object storage access with vFilO, which lets customers create virtual pools from on-site and remote datastores
Last year’s audit by the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security got the attention of the European Data Protection Supervisor. Now Microsoft has reacted
There are numerous services that partners can add to the cloud data protection technology that is coming from the vendor
Use of the technologies will be ramped up as part of the next phase of the Digital Office 2.0 programme
The second annual ‘Cloud performance benchmark report’ from ThousandEyes notes the need for businesses to make rigorous assessments of underlying network architectures in cloud service acquisition
E-commerce sites need backup in the event of data loss situations, especially during the holidays. Rewind gives merchants the chance to go back to a safe point in time.
McKesson Corporation's disaster recovery plan is deeply detailed and relies on Zerto's technology across its many globally distributed business units.
No sign of the job moves slowing down with some more changes happening across the industry over the course of the last week
Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff and Apple CEO Tim Cook take the Dreamforce stage as a rebuilt-for-iOS Salesforce Mobile, new Trailhead Go app and Swift-optimized mobile SDK debut.
Investec Bank turns to WAN acceleration to cut down distributed database response times and ensure that more traders can go online and earn more money
Based on the open source RDBTools project, Redis Labs' new tool gives database administrators a stable graphical user interface for database management.
SAP's new SAP Data Warehouse Cloud promises to make data analytics more accessible to the business. It's a needed addition to SAP's analytics portfolio, but faces well-established BI competition.
Features of the new CRM tool include Oracle Digital Assistant and a user interface that brings tasks frequently done by sales reps into one place to reduce data entries and clicks.
The network performance of public cloud services in the Asia-Pacific region has greater variability than elsewhere, new study finds
SaaS CRM supplier dubs enhancements to its acquired MuleSoft integration software “Customer 360” on the eve of its annual Dreamforce event in San Francisco
SD-WAN provider Aryaka claims to have unyoked enterprises from what it calls carriers’ burdens and ‘rigid, limited’ offerings with new regional WAN models
Anger at the Labour Party’s proposals on full-fibre broadband have persisted, but more nuanced views have emerged from fibre associations
Concerns raised over re-emergence of umbrella firms targeting IT contractors with loan-based remuneration schemes ahead of the private sector IR35 reforms coming into play
Spending on managed security services will account for almost half of Asia-Pacific’s cyber security market by 2023, as global and local providers shore up their offerings in the region
Chinese tech giant dismisses the latest extension of the US Temporary General Licence and maintains that the US government is harming its own interests in banning it
New headset technologies and 5G networking promise to lower costs, and make AR and VR more user friendly
City law firm tears into TSB’s management of botched core banking platform migration
Vendor moves to take the risk out of providing data centre services for its channel partners
Research by global IT firm Unisys shines a light on reasons why some firms are still struggling to reap the benefits of using cloud
Organisations are not taking adequate precautions to sanitise data held on endpoints when refreshing their PC or mobile device estates
Salesforce unveils a voice assistant and call center tools to enable real-time natural language processing for agents to connect customer data and supervisor help on a single screen.
New coalition plans to tackle the scourge of stalkerware as a tool of domestic and other forms of abuse
Industry association is encouraging resellers to step out of their comfort zones and embrace change
Research has found wage gaps across the technology sector, with LGBT+ people, BAME individuals and women being paid less than their white, straight, male counterparts
Hewlett Packard Enterprise showcases Container Platform for bare metal Kubernetes deployments, helping data centers make on-premises legacy apps extensible to the cloud.
CompTIA's latest IT industry forecast suggests that businesses will be making more use of automation in internet-of-things applications
US retailer Macy’s admits some customer data was accessed by unknown actors during a week-long Magecart attack
Sophos reveals a significant cyber security perception gap between senior IT and security leaders in the public sector and their front-line teams
IBM's new open-source Kubernetes tools help lower the barrier to entry for developers to use Kubernetes to build, deploy, manage and move workloads to the cloud.
New release of CockroachDB cloud-native distributed database platform helps to reduce latency; it also gets enhanced data backup capabilities.
The health IT expert predicts that machine learning and ambient listening will be among the important emerging technologies affecting healthcare in 2020.
Cohesity and Pivot3 are revamping established channel partner programs, emphasizing ease-of-doing-business, expanded financial incentives and MDF funds.
Google has acquired CloudSimple to get a slice of the VMware public cloud deployment market. Indications are that CloudSimple will continue to support Google's rival Azure as well.
A CrowdStrike study revealed it takes enterprise security teams almost seven days of nonstop work to detect, investigate and contain the average incident.
The political polarization in the nation is also causing problems in the workplace. Political discussions are more common, and it may impact hiring choices.
A ransomware attack on Louisiana government systems has been contained, according to Governor John Bel Edwards, and experts are praising the state's response.
AI use in enterprises is generally low, largely because the technology is not understood, and organizations have problems with data, trust and lack of skills.
Australia datacentre comes on the heels of VMware’s acquisition of Carbon Black and will serve organisations with data sovereignty requirements
The John Lewis Partnership is building on its earlier forays into the Google Cloud by tapping into its artificial intelligence and machine learning expertise to deliver on its omnichannel business ambitions
Interviews for the two-year engagement are due to take place in December 2019
Korean telco aims to take advantage of its growing 5G infrastructure with hyper-immersive experience platform optimised for the mobile era
Salesforce founder and co-CEO outlines data integration and data visualisation product vision underpinned by MuleSoft and garnished with Tableau
Details of Google’s plans in the financial services sector have emerged with nothing groundbreaking so far, but the sector is guessing what comes next
The Conservative Party has been caught spreading online disinformation during the General Election campaign for a second time
There was a massive spike in attempts by fraudsters to steal from TSB customers when the bank’s IT systems failed in 2018
US telecoms regulator disappoints satellite consortium with decision to go to public, not private, auction of spectrum in the 3.7-4.2 GHz band to develop 5G
Government department says four-day working week is made possible by technologies such as artificial intelligence
Budget airline gets upgrade in Vodafone Business communication technology infrastructure to support 300 sites and 153 million passengers across 40 countries
The distributor has pulled together its existing options in the UK along with some of the developments it has devised in Europe
NVMe flash pioneer turned DR-as-a-service-focused data platform provider Datrium says VMware and Kubernetes have “won the market” and it won’t extend support beyond those two
Latest threat intelligence report reveals the scale of the threat posed by malicious emails, with the transport, legal and financial sectors hit hardest
Force aims to move away from a multi-supplier approach and enable flexibility and savings in technology
Hospitals in Sweden’s West Götaland region have suffered computer problems because of as-yet unexplained hard drive crashes
5G starts eating into fibre as 5% of the global population gain access to gigabit networks
Role is the latest in a series of senior positions the digital unit is looking to fill in order to build its leadership
The Salesforce mobile app’s Einstein Voice Assistant brings a variety of benefits to customers. The AI-enabled tool creates a more human interaction and could help improve self-service.
The Juniper Mist roadmap includes integrating the wireless LAN's cloud AI engine with Juniper's SD-WAN and malware detection service.
Enterprises have grown used to managing Kubernetes in production for some of their workloads, but broadening those deployments can bring multi-tenant security challenges.
As the battle for the datacentre becomes much more than speeds and feeds, Extreme Networks announces new capabilities for its Fabric Automation software
Just like waiting for buses it's turning out to be the week when numerous channel partner programme refreshes all turn up
Microsoft Teams has pulled well ahead of Slack with 20 million daily active users. Adoption of Teams will likely continue among the 200 million workers using Office 365.
Odaseva is rolling out a feature that can provide Salesforce with high availability, letting them work with Salesforce data even when the SaaS application is down.
After Facebook publishes a blog post with conflicting statements, two US senators ask for clarification on how the company collects location data from its users
Google could attract more legacy application workloads through new bare-metal cloud instances, but it's unclear how they measure up to competitors on manageability and cost.
Alteryx is focusing on ease of use in new platform updates as it looks to attract users beyond its traditional base of data scientists and data analysts.
The latest version of SAP S/4HANA Cloud embeds Qualtrics XM capabilities that provide a way for users to give direct feedback about the product. Analysts say it could be a differentiator but may take time.
Japanese energy retailer Nicigas is deploying 850,000 IoT devices to convert traditional gas meters into smart meters to unlock consumption data amid efforts to shake up the utilities industry
AllSaints shifts website workloads into Google Cloud to protect against website downtime, as well as embarking on microservices-led push to modernise its infrastructure
Government technology is spreading across Europe, but policy-makers and senior civil servants are still figuring out best practices
The Liberal Democrats’ General Election manifesto sees the party pledge to scrap the controversial loan charge policy, and undertake a review of the IR35 private sector reforms
Vodafone is using Google Cloud to create products and services based on deeper customer insight to engage customers with better, more personalised support
Western Union is the latest financial services form to set out a future in the Amazon Web Services cloud
At Dreamforce 2019, HSBC announced the building of a digital platform with Salesforce MuleSoft to forward open banking opportunities
New research project aims to develop adaptive, autonomous and collaborative AI agents, and challenges the notion that machine intelligence should merely mimic human intelligence
Health service is looking to procure a larger sharing and collaboration platform for health and social care
Carton and packaging company SIG, which also sells IoT-connected machines to food and beverage firms, has developed a digital maintenance service
SD-WAN specialist rolls out a number of services that the channel can sell individually or as a package
British Airways customers are suffering delays and cancellations as a result as a technical issue
Clumio plans to use its funds to expand its data protection to data sources including more public clouds, SaaS applications and containers. It's starting with Amazon EBS support.
The UK's National Cyber Security Centre may get expanded powers under a Labour government
The new vFilO software provides a scale-out file system and global namespace for unstructured data, facilitating unified access to data through NFS, SMB and S3 protocols.
Avaya revenue fell short of projections in the fourth fiscal quarter, capping a year of disappointing returns. The company told investors that revenue would likely decline in 2020.
In aggregate, the new Customer 360 features Salesforce added to its sales, marketing, e-commerce and service platform resemble a customer data platform. Customers, analysts and partners weigh in.
Ohio is building a 'Cyber Reserve,' a civilian cybersecurity force alongside the state's National Guard that will be deployed to help local governments recover from cyberattacks.
The latest version of the Kubernetes Helm package manager promises better security and stability in version 3, which removes the Tiller server component from Helm's architecture.
Learning Salesforce skills and boosting career potential gets easier with the new mobile app, Trailhead Go. Customers explore how they can take advantage of it.
IBM Security is shifting its strategy with a new Cloud Pak designed specifically to unify data from multiple security tools and vendors through accessing federated data.
Developers in the cloud-native industry running Kubernetes environments say they need more and better Kubernetes tools to get around some of the complexity of the platform.
Service mesh has gone from a relatively unknown entity to a mainstream topic in 2019, but it's too early to declare a TKO in the Linkerd vs. Istio prizefight.
As proposed interoperability and information blocking rules from ONC and CMS are reviewed by the Office of Management and Budget, the healthcare community expresses more concern about patient data security.
HPE will be working with the National Renewable Energy Lab to develop AIOps aimed at improving exascale computing efficiency. The lab has a trove of data that may help.
Getting streaming data optimized to work inside of a database often involves disparate vendors and technologies, a challenge that Confluent aims to help fix.
Cloud data protection software supplier Druva is looking at a comprehensive platform that will protect data generated by IoT workloads
Dell EMC teams with Wind River to form Kubernetes-based system to see use in virtual RAN (vRAN) infrastructures for 5G networks
Back to the future for telco Orange as it introduces Neva jet, Europe’s first operator-branded 5G smartphone, with the aim of preparing its customers for the arrival of the next-generation networks
Former US president Barack Obama spoke in a fireside chat with Salesforce co-founder Marc Benioff at Dreamforce 2019. He cautioned on the dangers of the information age and offered some advice for business leaders
Alternative UK wholesale fibre provider appoints new network delivery chief to ensure roll-out of programme to bring gigabit broadband to the UK
The industry group has released the findings of its 2025 research indicating that the future for distribution is looking positive
Domain suspensions for criminal activity over the past year has dropped for the first time since 2014
Firms launch one of the first industry offerings of native hybrid SD-WAN coupled with traffic steering and security protection for the Azure cloud
TSB customers have experienced problems receiving money into their accounts due to an IT error, just days after the bank was slammed in a report on its IT problems last year
England football manager tells Google Cloud Next UK conference how the FA is using big data and cloud collaboration tools to change the organisation's culture and improve players’ performances on the pitch
The aerospace engine manufacturer is at the leading edge of technology developments such as electric power, and already makes extensive use of advanced IT systems such as AI
Artificial intelligence promises to change the way businesses operate. IT leaders are now taking bias in AI algorithms seriously
Key components of ZCentral include Z by HP rack-mounted workstations, ZCentral Remote Boost software and proprietary ZCentral Connect software to speed up high-compute workflows.
The Court of Appeal has rejected a Post Office application to appeal judgments made in the first trial of its multimillion-pound battle with subpostmasters over IT system failures.
Extreme Networks adds Fabric Automation features that make the company's virtualized data center networks more adaptive to changes by application developers.
Kubernetes is considered stable enough to be boring. The latest beta release was barely mentioned at KubeCon, where IT pros focused on advanced uses such as GitOps and other cloud-native projects.
Threat researchers uncover four billion user records on a wide-open Elasticsearch server but who left them there is a mystery
DataDirect adds reference architecture that packages NVMe all-flash storage in Nvidia DGX SuperPod, scalable to 64 GPUs and 10 DDN AI400 arrays with NVMe SSDs.
Tata Consultancy Services' Microsoft Business Unit is one of a handful of such IT services entities focused on the software giant; more news from the week.
Amazon's latest wave of enterprise storage enhancements includes a replication SLA for S3, faster snapshot restores for EBS and data deduplication for FSx for Windows File Server.
A new Google product suite enables users to create and deploy more interpretable machine learning models with output visualizations, feature attribution and evaluation tools.
A report by Enterprise Strategy Group identifies what MSPs should seek in their cloud vendor relationships. The report warns that some alliances can undermine key business goals.
Google expanded its Android bug bounty program to include data exfiltration and lock screen bypass and raised its top prize for a full chain exploit of a Pixel device.