By extracting granular data and emphasising privacy protection, Niometrics’ network analytics technology is being put through its paces in a variety of use cases
The view of object stores as nothing more than cheap and deep storage is changing, as the technology finds its way into AI, machine learning and analytics use cases.
With a new AI engine for its contract lifecycle management (CLM) platform, Agiloft is giving developers assistance in building CLM applications using the company's no-code tech.
With the economy suffering as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, BI vendor Domo laid off part of its staff on April 9. Domo has failed to turn a profit since being founded in 2010.
Research firm identifies short- and long-term impacts that global pandemic will have on 5G core and edge networks
The coronavirus public health crisis has hit SAP’s first quarter, according to its preliminary financial results statement
Independent network providers notch up notable year in 2019 as fibre access for all becomes political hot potato
Despite strong demand, the pandemic caused problems in sourcing kit and forced the PC market to reverse three quarters of growth
IntSight researchers say they have found a database containing thousands of Zoom usernames and passwords being sold on the dark web
Alibaba is among a growing crop of technology companies that are rising to the challenge of solving the toughest problems in natural language processing
A new report highlights the brands which are being most frequently spoofed by cyber criminals in phishing attacks
Nokia research finds networks are taking the strain despite a huge increase in upstream traffic during the day from videoconferencing and downstream during weekends from video-on-demand
After its latest funding round, Cohesity doubled its valuation in two years. It indicates how hot the backup market is as vendors add data reuse capabilities to their portfolios.
Vendor looks to security distributor to take its ITSM offering out to resellers across UK and Ireland
World Health Organization publishes myth-buster guide to Covid-19 as Ofcom investigates remarks made on leading ITV programme casting doubt on media proof of fake news
Booking.com has announced the winners of its 2020 Technology Playmaker Awards, an annual recognition of female talent launched in 2017
Data protection experts discuss important backup trends outlined in research, as well as customer tendencies in the age of the coronavirus. Security best practices are critical.
Microsoft Teams will display as many as nine video feeds at once by early May. But some users say the change doesn't go far enough.
San Francisco International Airport disclosed a data breach affected employees and third-party contractors, and ESET researchers said a Russian APT was likely behind the attack.
The free tier of GitHub’s version control platform is now available to entire teams, after previously being limited to individuals and small groups.
DevOps platform supplier GitLab expands Down Under with a bigger workforce to meet the needs of local firms that are looking to speed up software development
The Life Lines project aims to keep critically ill patients connected when they are being cared for inside intensive care units across the UK
Research firm Gartner offers guide to managing remote workers during Covid-19 pandemic as new normal for work emerges
Silicon Valley giants announce collaboration to prevent the spread of Coronavirus
Nordic government organisations are working with private technology firms in the region to support their efforts to contain the coronavirus
Korean tech giant’s latest lab demonstration uses MU-MIMO technology to showcase 5G’s potentially vast capacity, new radio, NR, 28GHz access unit
The volume of vulnerabilities being uncovered by Microsoft remains high, with more than 100 fixes pushed out in April’s Patch Tuesday
In the 1990s, people could donate their spare computing in a distributed project to find aliens. Now distributed simulations are tackling the Covid-19 pandemic
With the current challenges caused by Covid-19, the supplier has made changes to its MDF programmes to make life easier for the channel
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has not stopped some fresh arrivals landing in the UK with the intention of building up a channel base
Some common assumptions about the security of cloud-based messaging platform Slack may not be entirely accurate, says an Alien Labs researcher
LogMeIn releases GoToConnect call center as a service features during a high-demand period for supporting remote customer service work amid COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.
Complications arising from the coronavirus pandemic could slow the rollout of this month's Microsoft security updates as IT teams deal with an influx of remote workers.
Banking group is giving away tablets and basic digital training to help vulnerable customers stay connected during the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown
New research by BitSight compared malware infections on home office networks versus corporate networks, and the results were unsettling for remote enterprise users.
Analyst Omdia highlights the steady transition in 2019 from hardware-based to software-defined networking and predicts good times despite Covid-19
Standard Chartered is the first bank to have instructed its staff to refrain from using Zoom
Amazon, Google, Alibaba and OVHcloud are among public cloud providers offering enterprises, researchers and healthcare free access to services to support them through the coronavirus pandemic
Plans to take certain proceedings online are on track but ‘bumps along the way’ are expected, according to the Speaker of the House of Commons
New 2U Supermicro SuperServer provides compute in micro data centers. The vendor said it aims to help telecommunications firms adopt open systems to support edge computing.
Delaying liabilities for a year could help technology companies already stretched thin by the outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, according to TechUK
The Information Commissioner’s Office sets out a revised approach to its regulatory duties during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic
An infectious disease surveillance portal incorporates a mapping application from SADA Systems and visualization technology from Google's recent Looker acquisition.
A new offering from the Atrium consultancy hints at how Salesforce's Einstein Analytics and Tableau may complement each other now that Salesforce has acquired Tableau.
India’s IT market will see slower growth this year though opportunities abound in artificial intelligence and cyber security
UK telco engages Swedish tech firm to deploy cloud-native dual-mode 5G core, but rows back on deadline to remove all Huawei technology from mobile core by end of year
SoftAtHome’s mesh Wi-Fi now available for Orange Belgium customers while Orange ship begins undersea cabling survey work off coast of Sicily
VMware’s Carbon Black observes a spike in cyber attacks on financial services organisations
Mobile operators in Asia-Pacific are playing their part in the fight against Covid-19, even as some of them are facing roadblocks in rolling out 5G networks
NHS Wales Informatics Services enlists Thales to help it face down security threats and let its teams focus on the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis
The Rolls-Royce industry alliance aims to bring together data teams across industries and academia to help governments and businesses get back to work
Indian government allows IT services firms to bring half their staff back to delivery centres
Existing users of HMRC’s digital identity system can use their credentials to apply for benefits, in a move designed to ease bottlenecks caused by Gov.uk Verify performance problems
Nokia subsidiary integrates Asavie SD Edge to allow enterprise IT managers to extend security policies beyond branch to mobile users and connected devices
Microsoft’s Planetary Computer platform will combine global datasets to help organisations manage biodiversity and reduce climate change
Researchers say double extortion ransomware attacks are likely to increase in frequency, and warn organisations to be on guard
Big increases in unemployment will see a 3.4% decline in telecoms revenue this year, with the negative impact to persist for the next 12 months, says analyst
Nordic education technology startups are supporting education establishments in offering continued education during the Covid-19 crisis
Distributor e92plus increases financial aid for partners that want to keep the customer orders flowing
The council of St Albans has implemented a unified digital platform to streamline how citizens interact with its services, as well as its own decision-making processes
Après un modèle 1U destiné à mettre de l’informatique dans les boutiques, le fabricant décline sa gamme SuperServer pour le edge en une version qui répond aux impératifs des télécoms.
Over the past few days, there have been a few lucky firms securing more investment to bulk up their growth ambitions
Unitrends Helix automates the tasks of monitoring, remediating and maintaining backup servers. While tedious, they are necessary to prevent failed backups.
Scality's new NAS Archiver product assesses tier-1 NAS systems for inactive data and lets customers set policies to move the data to its Ring object and file storage.
Two new low-end IBM z15 mainframes and security software aim to help users better prevent internal attacks, as well as monitor workloads across on-premises and multi-cloud environments.
Cybercriminals are turning to cryptocurrency laundering methods to hide illicit proceeds as law enforcement agencies find success in tracing bitcoin transactions.
Security risk was mostly an afterthought as businesses scrambled to support remote work in response to COVID-19, but SecOps is now at the top of IT shops' priority lists.
Fluree has formalized a partner program for offering its blockchain-based data management technology. The startup said it aims to recruit a diverse set of channel partners.
Cisco and HPE are offering special tech financing to businesses struggling to keep IT projects going in an economy rocked by the COVID-19 crisis.
Private equity firm TPG Capital combined three acquisitions -- CollabNet VersionOne, XebiaLabs and Arxan Technologies -- to create the new DevSecOps-focused vendor.
The COVID-19 pandemic pushed PC market shipments down, despite higher demand for remote work devices. A looming recession, though, could dampen sales.
Enhanced SaaS capabilities and tools to help customers migrate their analytics operations to the cloud highlight the latest platform update from Qlik.
Microsoft is accelerating the launch of features meant to enhance Teams meeting security on the heels of widespread criticism of rival video conferencing provider Zoom.
Candidates for certification by the International Association of Privacy Professionals will now be able to sit their exams remotely
EU and UK regulators express data privacy concerns days after Silicon Valley giants announce collaboration on contact-tracing apps to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus
With conferencing and collaboration rocketing due to the Covid-19 outbreak and no real end in sight to the increased usage, Verizon swoops in to acquire conference applications provider BlueJeans
Domain name registry has thwarted hundreds of attempts to register malicious .uk domain names during the coronavirus pandemic
Training bodies have reacted to the lockdown with moves to make it easier for resellers brushing up on their skills to sit exams
Screeching halt to telecoms money truck predicted for 2020 as Covid-19 outbreak impacts phone production and 5G roll-out
The Department of Defense claims the Inspector General's report into the controversial JEDI cloud contract should nullify a number of allegations pertaining to the deal, but Amazon Web Services seems to disagree
Small firms find the potential prospect of indefinite working from home a major challenge to future business
A project has been launched to find out about citizen understanding around data uses, and how perception may have been affected after the Covid-19 outbreak
The new ProBooks -- the 445 GH and 455 G7 -- feature the latest AMD Ryzen 4000 chip processor and enhanced security features to enable remote work and aid small businesses.
Virtual panel organised by Amazon workers after the company fired multiple employees for protesting over work conditions
In the throes of economic uncertainty caused by a global pandemic, investors pour $100 million into startup that sells a million-dollar storage system, Vast Data Universal Storage.
With pressure mounting to aid firms not covered by the existing coronavirus loan scheme, the government has been in talks with industry on how to get support to hard-hit startups
IT services buying and selling will go through a transformation during the coronavirus crisis
Ofcom makes latest response to the unfounded and dangerous fake news suggesting links between 5G networks and coronavirus
SAP on AWS projects could get easier for customers with the release of a new fast-launch tool native to the public cloud platform. AWS' move aims to attract more of these valuable ERP workloads.
The COVID-19 pandemic and near-nationwide shutdown is causing organizations to reprioritize their IT projects, industry watchers said; more channel news from the week.
Verizon plans to acquire Zoom competitor BlueJeans for less than $500 million. The carrier wants to use the video conferencing technology to support telemedicine and remote learning.
VMware Carbon Black saw a 148% increase in ransomware attacks in March over baseline levels in February, plus a massive spike in attacks on financial institutions.
Cisco online certification testing launched April 15. To prevent cheating, the Pearson VUE testing software commandeers the video cameras and microphones on candidates' home PCs.