Incumbent UK comms provider BT teams up with Google to use cloud gaming platform to drive growing fibre broadband network offers
Modern telecom infrastructures mean datacentres can be further away from users, and environmental and cost advantages are to be had in locations such as Sweden’s far north
Primary and secondary schools in Norway will introduce more digital learning, following the latest government reforms
Fines totalling €114m have already been collected under GDPR, and this figure will spike in 2020 if the UK regulator succeeds in imposing record fines on BA and Marriott
Self-service package can be integrated into healthcare apps and platforms
Russian financial services and telecoms enterprises to create a platform that will allow them and other organisations to utilise big data technology
Business-focused phone aimed at in-the-field or on-site use in industries such as retail, manufacturing, healthcare and logistics
Plans announced to develop startups in Africa as part of the announcements around the first UK-Africa investment summit
Security player aims to make licensing easier with online tools and more flexible with a monthly billing option
Tech giant IBM has notified its personal service company IT contractors that they must switch to PAYE terms or use umbrella companies from the end of March, as the private sector races to achieve IR35 compliance
CaixaBank uses artificial intelligence to help its staff find and access the most relevant training resources
New facility will provide access to a competence pool and foster industry and academic collaborations on 5G, says company
New Ivanti CEO Jim Schaper is no stranger to the C-suite of an IT company. And he's got a plan to push the company forward.
Catalogic's new KubeDR tool protects cluster configurations, metadata and certificates, which is data often overlooked by Kubernetes protection tools.
Businesses in the Middle East are failing to balance their IT workforces between men and women, and a quarter have no women in IT roles
Moves at a fairly senior level seemed to be the trend over the past week with firms looking to kick on in 2020 with some fresh talent
In this Q&A with CyCognito CEO Rob Gurzeev, he discusses what led to his company, how attack simulations work and how he plans to spend the company's recent round of funding.
Malaysia telco TM is set to transform Malaysia’s Langkawi archipelago with a 5G testbed that will pave the way for 5G services across the country
Foreign exchange services still disrupted, three weeks after Travelex received a $6m ransom demand from cyber gangsters
South Korean telco proclaims 5G breakthrough that makes it set to be first to provide standalone 5G services in the first half of this year
Data privacy and the shift to service-based models are some of the areas where companies such as Google and Apple are turning to consultants for support, according to a new report
IT professionals in the Middle East are mostly motivated by money when it comes to finding a new job, according to a Computer Weekly survey
DCMS minister outlines five key ways the government aims to support technology going forward, including being “unashamedly” pro-tech
Late payments have been a headache for SMEs for years but fresh attempts are being made to clamp down on the issue
BT wants its prior investments in UK mobile infrastructure to be recognised in formulating operators’ investment in Shared Rural Network
University hackathon puts 5G security to the test as new wireless technology’s roll-out nears
Tax collection agency counts costs of having to upgrade IT systems to prepare for incoming changes to its controversial loan charge disguised remuneration policy, which has left thousands of IT contractors facing financial ruin
The complexity of modern IT systems means it can be impossible to identify the root cause of a failure
Strategic acquisition sees growing UK fibre provider’s roll-out plans almost double in size, with TalkTalk joining network with long-term commitments for residential and business customers
Importance of fibre push by UK broadband providers clear as research shows data speeds available to UK households have not significantly changed while prices have risen steadily
Distributors adding depth to the portfolio to widen the solutions and services they can put in front of resellers
Major players from the UK recruitment industry want the government to delay plans to roll out the IR35 reforms to the private sector so enterprises have more time to prepare
Nakivo now supports tape and physical servers, a departure from its initial focus on cloud and VMs. Demand and expert opinion suggest there will always be need for physical backup.
New research from Google Health shines a light on the controversy for AI in cancer screening within the healthcare community.
Here is a list of 10 of the largest data breaches (mostly) from the second half of 2019, including DoorDash, T-Mobile, Capital One and more.
HubSpot launched new features to their Marketing Hub Enterprise tool that focuses on user-friendliness and ability, while maintaining the tool's powerfulness.
XebiaLabs will join with CollabNet VersionOne to form a new DevOps platform vendor that will compete with Atlassian, GitHub, GitLab and CloudBees.
Second edition of Singapore’s artificial intelligence governance framework includes new guidance, use cases and a self-assessment guide
As organisations migrate off the unsupported Microsoft Windows 7 operating system to Windows 10, CIOs must assess their hardware refresh strategy
IBM’s latest quarterly filing shows early signs that enterprises are buying into its OpenShift and RHEL-powered cloud strategy
The comms specialist has turned to its former European channel chief to help continue its drive into the cloud
The Information Commissioner’s Office has published its Age Appropriate Design Code, a set of 15 standards that online platforms must meet to protect the privacy of younger users
Connected technology provider forges joint venture with leading automotive manufacturer to improve service flexibility and speed, operational efficiency and customer experience
Group of campaigners says the Computer Misuse Act of 1990 risks criminalising cyber security professionals and needs reforming
Last year saw the problem with invoices being settled getting worse and IT firms are struggling to get their bills paid on time
Customer service and support records of nearly 250 million Microsoft customers left exposed after database misconfiguration
The VMware acquisition of Nyansa is expected to provide network traffic analytics that cover the SD-WAN and the wired and wireless LAN.
As patches for its compromised NetScaler ADC and Gateway products begin to roll out, Citrix enlists FireEye Mandiant to develop an indicator of compromise scanner for end-users
Hiring of a CFO for the first time signals that ThoughtSpot may be positioning itself for an IPO and comes six months after what was likely the vendor's final round of funding.
The impact of AI on jobs is a major issue for employers, who are struggling with how to address it. Robots, automation and AI have become political issues as well.
Security researchers revealed Netgear firmware exposed TLS certificate keys, but SearchSecurity discovered it wasn't the first time the issue had been reported to the vendor.
Based on the open-source Kafka event streaming platform, the Confluent Platform 5.4 update adds new capabilities to help meet enterprise data management requirements.
Research from Qlik and Accenture finds a big majority of UK workers lack the data literacy skills and confidence to capture business value from data
Air New Zealand has teamed up with Auckland Airport to test the use of computer vision to turn around its fleet faster
New Android technology allows enterprise users to offload compute, storage and energy-intensive applications from devices to the cloud
Proofpoint’s 2020 State of the Phish report highlights an urgent need for better user training and reporting
The winners of the Cyber Securities Feasibility Studies contest, exploring cyber security for self-driving cars, have been revealed
Watch out pen-pushers – by 2024, many management tasks will be automated using artificial intelligence
With the Six Nations rugby championship about to kick off, we find out how Amazon Web Services is helping to enhance the viewing experience for fans in 170 countries
New company aims to address underlying security vulnerabilities to protect internet-reliant businesses
Poll of security professionals by the organisers of the Infosecurity Europe trade fair highlights huge gaps in incident response capabilities
Car parts manufacturer says cyber attack will have far-reaching consequences for its business, and it has put emergency plans in place to continue deliveries
Channel player shares details of strong 2019 and indicates that the future is one where it can enjoy further growth
Eversight, a nonprofit that recovers and transports eye tissue, turned to a supply chain management software system to better predict supply routes.
The hardware vendor has worked on a report that indicates that money needs to be spent on tech to keep education in touch with the digital demands of the future
Atlassian rolled out fresh updates to its Jira Roadmaps feature and set the stage for further workflow refinements and integrations with other Atlassian software in 2020.
Backup vendors Druva and Commvault say the multi-billion-dollar Veeam acquisition validates the strategies they've been executing and proves the importance of the backup market.
Open networking and controllerless SDN automation tech provider aims to respond to the extensive and exacting needs of distributed cloud environments
Q&A: SwiftStack's founder and president Joe Arnold says disk-based object storage can deliver the concurrency and throughput that AI, machine learning and analytics workloads need.
New features in EG Enterprise v7, set to launch soon, enable simulated and real user monitoring, automated diagnosis and new dashboard and visualization features.
Six data storage vendors closed six-figure funding rounds in 2019. Backup, data protection and newer flash technologies generated the most attention from investors.
UpGuard discovered a public GitHub repository that contained sensitive AWS customer data, including passwords, authentication tokens and private encryption keys.
With a new suite of 20 CircleCI integrations known as Orbs, CircleCI targets developers who wish to simplify the automation of their deployments from their CI/CD pipelines.
Intercept X for Mobile is compatible with iOS and Android devices, as well as Chrome OS and Chromebooks. It offers privacy protection, authentication and other security features.
With the acquisition of Waterline Data, Hitachi Vantara is bringing new data catalog capabilities that will expand the Lumada Data Services and DataOps portfolio.
Xerox plans to pay HP Inc shareholders $17 per share in cash and nominate a new HP Inc board, specialising in business transformation
The two telcos are working towards the 17 February 2020 closing date for 5G proposals
Universities minister Chris Skidmore tells 2020 BETT education show that forming global partnerships in the edtech space will spur innovation
Cato Networks survey highlights importance of considering not only SD-WAN as an MPLS replacement but also its applicability to the broader needs of the digital business, such as cloud migration, network agility and global reach
HPE has joined forces with tech leaders and academics in Switzerland to support the take-up of a datacentre accreditation geared towards improving the energy efficiency of server farms worldwide
Cisco has cut the ribbon on its first Cyber Security Co-Innovation Centre in Europe, at Milan’s Leonardo da Vinci Science and Technology Museum
CEO updated analysts on the progress the vendor is making in eradicating the CPU supply issues that have been a problem throughout 2019
A series of vulnerabilities in patient monitoring equipment manufactured by General Electric could have left patient data exposed in hospitals around the world, including the UK
Xerox wants to oust the HP Inc board, replacing it with directors who will push through its proposed acquisition
Does the growth of the PC market in 2019 reflect an increased appetite for the devices? Experts discuss the PC's role in the workplace and the influence of the Windows 7 sunset.
Vendor aims to get its education offerings out in front of customers and support resellers across the country
Despite notifying staff of its intentions to phase out contractors from its workforce in December 2019, IT contractors at the Bank of America are still awaiting clarification about what their future at the firm will look like, Computer Weekly has learned
Microsoft is a long way from convincing businesses with first-line workforces to buy the collaboration app Microsoft Teams, analysts said.
We survey the key options in disaster recovery: whether to failover to an on-site location or off-site facility. We also look at the cloud as an option in disaster recovery
UK and Ireland SAP User Group sets up academy to provide training on SAP Business One, which is only available via resellers and in which there is a dearth of education for small businesses
According to Proofpoint's 2020 'State of the Phish' report, 51% of U.S. organizations surveyed opted to pay threat actors after being hit with a successful ransomware attack.
Citrix rolls out more patches ahead of schedule for CVE-2019-19781, a directory traversal vulnerability that affects Citrix ADC, Gateway and SD-WAN WANOP products.
Sodinokibi hacking group steps up pressure on German automotive manufacturer by publishing information, including the CEO’s computer password and sensitive details of its IT systems, on the internet
Research finds employees are concerned about being blamed for tech blunders, with those fears increasing resistance towards artificial intelligence technology
RPA vendor UiPath has launched a new training portal built specifically for channel partners, offering educational content used by the company's internal teams; more channel news.
Biometric data is the last frontier of the shopping experience, as eye-tracking and facial recognition technologies slowly weave their way into the retail tech stack.