No-code tools that enable users to migrate to graph databases and model data for queries highlight TigerGraph 3.0. The vendor also extended free access to tools to track COVID-19.
The co-founder of Microsoft has decided to step down from Microsoft's board to spend his time ‘focusing on how to solve some of the world's biggest problems’
Survey predicts 83 million 5G-connected cars will be on the road by 2035 as next-generation networks become more pervasive
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre has issued a public alert and fresh guidance as more cyber criminals get wise to the lucrative potential of Covid-19
The Post Office has sparked anger with secret settlements with subpostmasters outside the recent legal action against it
The HR tech market, which has some 3,000 VC-funded firms, may see big impacts from the new coronavirus. That will depend on how long the crisis lasts and if it triggers a downturn.
Atlassian has integrated no-code technology gained from last year’'s acquisition of Automation for Jira by Code Barrel into its Jira Cloud issue-tracking service.
Customer experience specialist Sabio makes its eighth deal in the space of three years
A Microsoft Teams outage on Monday disrupted the workday of many users working from home around the world in efforts to avoid spreading the new coronavirus to co-workers.
A few executives on the move as firms look to bring on board expertise to support growth ambitions
Real-time cloud database looks to help better enable developers to build applications with Query Lambdas capabilities that execute queries and lookups from REST endpoint triggers.
The Malaysian financial institution has been tapping data analytics to better profile its customers, increase sales leads and identify new customer segments
Nutanix has expanded its Xi Frame virtual desktop service to five more cloud regions in Asia-Pacific amid the Covid-19 outbreak
Commercial 5G network opens in nine different cities and villages across Norway, making Telenor the first mobile operator in the country to offer 5G to customers
Government sets out an explanatory framework as it seeks adequacy decisions from the European Commission to maintain the free flow of personal data between the European Union, the UK and Gibraltar
Study reveals consumer appetite for advanced messaging functionality, but operators must place privacy, security and person-to-person functionality at the core of new messaging services
Endpoint protection platform service will be made free until 16 May 2020 to help protect remote workers during the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis
There are conflicting views from Spain and the UK over how ready home networks are to cope with extra overheads, as populations are told to work from home
United Nations Human Rights Office report names a number of technology companies that could be involved in violating human rights
Troubled UK computer and comms retailer takes what it calls essential next step in turnaround of UK mobile business
Online retailer plans to focus its recruitment drive on providing jobs to hospitality and service industry workers who are out of work as coronavirus prompts city-wide shutdowns across the US
The reseller continues to deliver numbers that deliver cheer to investors, with the CEO reporting that there has been no material impact from coronavirus so far
Igneous rocks on-premises backup, data management with ability to use Dell NAS appliances as targets for its SaaS platform that was designed for public clouds.
Data scientists and researchers are being encouraged to use data mining, artificial intelligence and machine learning to gain insights into the coronavirus pandemic
It didn’t take long for the UK’s mobile networks to feel the strain from additional home workers, after UK government advised people to work from home
The Courts and Tribunals Judiciary will increase the use of technology in court proceedings as emergency legislation is being drafted to expand powers to allow criminal courts to hold remote hearings during the Covid-19 pandemic
The managing director of online electronics retailer Maplin is looking to grow the business, accepting that it will need to widen its supplier network
Foreign exchange group’s future remains uncertain as its parent company, Finablr, prepares for potential insolvency
UK government carries on with ambitious plans to roll out full-fibre across nation by 2025
Forrester has dropped tech growth projections for numerous sectors including consulting. Meanwhile, some security vendors are targeting MSPs with free product licenses.
Tech buyers feared the coronavirus pandemic could rattle IT supply chains. Meanwhile, Dell warned customers of delays in fulfilling orders on time.
GitHub for mobile delivers a fully native iOS and Android development experience of the popular GitHub source code version control service for developers.
With hundreds of thousands likely to be working remotely for some time, the UK’s NCSC has issued best practice guidance to enable security teams to support them
Experts fear that coronavirus-themed threats will escalate to ransomware attacks, and such attacks will disrupt response efforts at hospitals and city, state and local governments.
The vendor's real-time event streaming platform gets a boost as the newest version adds support for Python machine learning models to help make sense of the data deluge.
With the new coronavirus continuing to spread worldwide, analytics software vendors are joining in to help in slowing, and hopefully stopping, the pandemic.
The new coronavirus pandemic will force most DevOps teams to work remotely and may also interfere with work schedules. Experts share advice on how to weather the disruption.
The Ministry of Defence is struggling with its £196bn defence capabilities programme, as 10 of 32 projects, including several technology ones, are in trouble, according to the National Audit Office
HM Treasury confirms roll-out of IR35 reforms to the private sector will be halted for a year to ease the pressure on businesses in the face of the coronavirus outbreak
Research in Sweden measures the benefits of using artificial intelligence in local government operations
Full 4G mobile connectivity arrives on half of one of London’s busiest Underground transport links, paving the way for extended communications throughout the network
UK digital tech sector continues rapid growth in 2019, attracting record investment for another year
Government and tech companies in Baltic state unite to offer advanced digital learning tools to other countries
Event cancellations and travel bans are spurring more companies to embrace digital tools to support remote and flexible working arrangements
Prudential, the UK’s largest listed insurer, is turning to artificial intelligence to protect its computer networks in the US, Asia and Africa from malware hackers and internal threats
Government ramping up support for firms struggling with cash flow problems amid the growing impact of coronavirus
Datacentre resiliency think-tank issues 18-page guidance to help operators protect staff during the coronavirus pandemic while keeping their facilities ticking over
North-East-based managed services specialist gains backing to expand the business
Rubrik appointed Dan Rogers, former CMO of ServiceNow and Symantec, as its first president. Rogers wants to push Rubrik towards data reuse, which he says is the future of backup.
Senior management has a big role to play in making a success of digital and data transformation programmes
A range of suppliers have responded to the spread of coronavirus by making their technology free for partners to deliver for a limited time
Finnish communications tech provider Nokia enhances its Worldwide IoT Network Grid managed service to support operators in offering 5G internet of things services with minimal capital investment
The cumulative volume of coronavirus-related email lures and other threats is the largest collection of attack types exploiting a single theme for years, possibly ever
Users working from home due to the coronavirus outbreak are complaining that Microsoft Teams can't display more than four video feeds simultaneously.
Labour MP Karl Turner tells Computer Weekly that the Post Office Horizon scandal is the most grotesque version of predatory capitalism he has ever seen
CSH Surrey goes live with its new platform, with the information on 440,000 children's health now consolidated onto a single platform
A research project being conducted by UK universities in collaboration with the Home Office and Metropolitan Police could produce facial recognition systems that allows users of the technology to identify people with their faces covered
Ocado has closed its website and will not take any new orders for several days thanks to sheer volume of traffic
As the new coronavirus continues to disrupt the workforce, social media companies are increasingly using machine learning to automatically detect and remove harmful content.
VMware's Shawn Bass and Brian Madden shared tips to help IT workers make remote work a reality for their organizations as the new coronavirus pandemic progresses.
IBM will support mainframe DevOps through mainstream distributed systems tools such as Red Hat Ansible and Jenkins, even when it has equivalent mainframe-specific products.
Online document collaboration platforms Box and Dropbox shore up cloud bandwidth, security and customer support as remote work spikes due to coronavirus containment efforts.
GitHub's acquisition of NPM will bring two prominent open source players together under the Microsoft umbrella. But moves like this tend to cause concern for some observers.
The government’s independent inquiry into the loan charge disguised remuneration policy has been criticised in a report by a cross-party group of MPs for being ‘fundamentally flawed’
Secure, cloud-based Microsoft collaboration tool Teams will be made available across the NHS, even those hospitals not on NHSMail
Slack introduced several features that make its app look more like Microsoft Teams, which now has 44 million daily active users.
The latest update from Domo, unveiled during the vendor's virtual user conference, include a no-code tool for application development and a host of AI features.
Experts said the extra traffic caused by new remote workers could put a strain on mobile networks, but it could also cause businesses to rethink how work gets done.
Downward trend comes despite an overall increase in fraud, according to new statistics
Security player Fortinet has launched its partner programme with a conscious move to provide several options for partners looking to work with the vendor
Workday is giving its employees a two-week bonus to help them deal with coronavirus-related costs. The move may result in improved retention and productivity.
Many large companies in the UK are not measuring the greenhouse gas emissions from employee computing, with just a quarter of managers viewing IT sustainability as a top priority for their organisation
Association set up to enable collaboration between service providers, technology companies and organisations in wireless industry to manage Cisco-produced technology for seamless Wi-Fi onboarding
The pickup of Hedvig helps diversify Commvault beyond backup to address growing customer demand for scalable object storage that traverses across public and private clouds.
The infamous Maze gang announced it has stopped ransomware attacks on healthcare and medical facilities because of the seriousness of the coronavirus pandemic.
The Swedish network services firm plans to tap channel companies, including master agents, to grow name recognition and enterprise accounts in the U.S. market.
Deepfakes may seem like a scary new threat in today's world, but should the world be worried? SearchSecurity asked numerous experts to weigh in at RSA Conference 2020.
COVID-19 is pushing many firms to send employees home. In this Q&A, Preferred Mutual's Ben Moore discusses how VMware virtual desktops eased the transition.
Over half of respondents in Australia and New Zealand plan to invest more in cyber security, especially in key areas such as data loss prevention
European Commission asks premier subscription video-on-demand service provider Netflix to lower quality of films to take strain from loaded EU networks
EC and BEREC allow telcos unprecedented network traffic control to mitigate the effects of network congestion due to the massive increase in home working caused by the coronavirus
MP Kevan Jones has warned a government minister not to repeat the mistakes of predecessors in relation to the Post Office Horizon IT scandal
Buyers and suppliers can now access SAP Ariba Discovery for free, and SAP Ariba, Fieldglass and S/4HANA are further integrated for an 'intelligent spend management' platform.
Owners of Zyxel network-attached storage devices are in danger of being hijacked by Mukashi, a descendant of the infamous Mirai botnet, if they don’t patch a critical vulnerability
A raft of CEOs from the largest vendors have assured partners that they are working to protect supplies during the coronavirus crisis
With schools now shut across the UK, parents will bear more responsibility for keeping children safe online and educating them about online harms
Just a week after issuing assurances that its network was capable of dealing with the added load from vastly increased numbers of people working from home, BT issues further details on infrastructure resiliency
Dstl research aims to support decision-making of the UK military by analysing topics such as the influence of technology in urban warfare
AI-driven SecOps tools spared Las Vegas from a major data breach in January. The city now bets that two-factor authentication can stop future attempts.
As they grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare providers will have free access to a range of ransomware-related services from security vendors Emsisoft and Coveware.
Emergency legislation would massively expand state surveillance and police detainment powers
IT services management specialist Cherwell has launched its Marketplace as it looks to extend the options in its CORE platform
Some Zoom services are faltering under the pressure from a huge influx in remote workers. Service disruptions are up significantly so far in March.
CompTIA plans to use its educational resources to enhance ConnectWise's threat intelligence sharing platform for technology solution providers; more IT channel news.
VPN hardware has become a bottleneck for companies with a high number of employees working from home as a result of efforts to combat the coronavirus.
It's more than a marketing ploy: Cloud technology vendors, seeing their own issues enabling remote work, extend paid products to customers for free.
Databricks looks to bridge the gap between on-premises controls and the cloud with data analytics security policies in the company's latest platform update.