About four in 10 employees are sharing inappropriate data across mobile devices and half of all security incidents in 2019 occurred through inappropriate IT use, new study finds
The system developed by NHS Digital and the University of Cambridge will support hospitals in England in handling upcoming demand for intensive care beds and ventilators
Distributor hires a head of professional services as it continues to bolster its management ranks
Spain's CaixaBank is using quantum computers as part of a project to assess risk using machine learning algorithms
Imagine taking a year to formulate a digital transformation plan – then having to implement much of it in two weeks when the coronavirus hit. For the Sussex University IT chief, there’s even more to do now
Public-private partnership in the Netherlands works to break the chains used by fraudsters to carry out BEC attacks
Independent study institute for user-focused data and AI solutions argues that NHS Covid-19 tracking plans will not be effective unless action is taken to address technical limitations
Videoconferencing apps such as Zoom and Cisco’s WebEx are being targeted by cyber criminals trying to steal users’ personal data
Offshore captive IT operations owned by western businesses will be sold off to raise cash and boost efficiency amid Covid-19 pandemic
Cohesity launched a free mobile app version of Cohesity Helios. It delivers key features such as monitoring and ransomware alerts to users who are away from a workstation.
The startup rescue package includes public-private match funding, which will give the government shares in the enterprises, as well as targeted research and development support
Vendor builds on previous moves to ease certifications and increase access to training with financial help for resellers
Trade body for independent network providers calls for progress toward the delivery of ultrafast broadband to all parts of the UK to continue despite the current Covid-19 lockdown conditions
US IT services company Cognizant alerts customers after the Maze ransomware group launches a cyber attack
Google unveiled a new iteration of its zero-trust network offering with BeyondCorp Remote Access, which is designed to help remote workers securely connect to critical web apps.
There is an urgent need for COBOL programmers amid the COVID-19 pandemic that has devastated the U.S. economy and overwhelmed unemployment insurance systems in some states.
Cognizant was attacked by the Maze ransomware gang, the company confirmed Saturday. It's unclear whether Cognizant clients were also breached or infected with ransomware.
The latest update from Sisense features a new natural language query tool built on graph technology and a hub for low-code/no-code embedded application development.
AWS has set up a large cloud data lake filled with information and resources on COVID-19 in an effort to help medical researchers fight the global pandemic.
B2B companies realign sales and marketing efforts as the COVID-19 economy creates slowdowns and layoffs for some, opportunities and new leads for others.
The National Cyber Security Centre has launched a reporting service for scam emails as part of a campaign to help people protect themselves from cyber criminals exploiting the pandemic
Organisations should take a holistic approach to data protection and cyber security in what the CEO of Acronis deems a “cyber protection” strategy
The UK government’s scheme to pay furloughed employees 80% of their wages is being targeted by cyber criminals
Building society initiates more automation software to cope with growing demand for mortgage deferrals
Businesses will be able to use the government’s online support finder tool to discover what sort of financial support is available to them during the Covid-19 pandemic
As Christian Klein becomes sole chief executive officer, SAP announces total revenue of €6.521bn for the first quarter, up 7% on Q1 2019
Covid-19 lockdowns bring about collective rethink in the way we work, with remote video becoming normalised and a potential change in the way effectiveness is measured
SD-WAN player Cato Networks looks to get its product in the hands of more resellers with distributor signing of Nuvias
After 20 years of silence, Onel de Guzman has admitted unleashing the “Love Bug”, the computer virus that caused havoc by infecting 45 million machines around the world
Jennifer Morgan will step down as SAP co-CEO after six months in the position. Christian Klein will become sole CEO as the ERP vendor continues to face an uncertain time.
Channel player SCC moves quickly to help roll out a resource that NHS staff can access nationally to provide guidance on the correct use of personal protective equipment
IT departments are unwittingly contributing to climate change by storing too much data, much of which will never be used
Chinese networking mega-firm endures tough first quarter, but pledges that it will ride out the coronavirus storm
The contract with the Home Office's law enforcement agency will see the implementation of 4G and satellite infrastructure
The Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic is leading to businesses rethinking their strategy, with IBM leaning on virtual teams to support hybrid computing projects
Commvault accused startups Rubrik and Cohesity of copying its inventions. Its lawsuit seeks judgment to stop the sales of products such as Cohesity DataPlatform and Rubrik CDM.
IBM cloud revenues saw incremental first quarter growth, despite the March slump due to COVID-19, and the new CEO promised to pursue a more aggressive cloud and AI strategy.
At DBS Bank, the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak has demonstrated the value of technology and the investments it made over the past decade to modernise its technology stack
Network performance and customer experience monitoring firm finds German networks coping with masses of online home users despite some degradations since the start of social distancing and stay-at-home policies
Cyber criminals “may soon shift to heavier exploitation of footholds established through phishing and other scams”, warns Cyber Threat Coalition
Whole Foods is using mapping technology to predict where strikes or union activity will happen, but organisers can use similar tools for the inverse of bolstering their actions too
Banks need to work with fintechs if they are to prosper in the new world, but first they must update their back-end systems
Vendor continues to make moves to support partners that are trying to keep business as normal as possible during the Covid-19 crisis
Despite the Finance Bill Sub-Committee claiming it would argue for the IR35 reforms to be delayed even if there were no pandemic, HM Treasury remains committed to revised April 2021 roll-out date
With the majority of startups left out in the cold, the UK government must now focus on the delivery speed of what is available, according to ecosystem leaders
Work done by a Swedish medical school over the past few years to prepare digital education options is paying off as lockdown forces it to close physical classrooms
Vendor’s latest report on application services finds that the EMEA customer base is pro-cloud, but is dealing with some challenges
Google lifts lid on how it is using forecast data to ensure non-urgent compute workloads within its datacentres are carried out at peak supply times for renewable energy
Initiative aims to protect 50 genuine brands and government organisations from being impersonated by cyber criminals
When it comes to WAN, cost diminishes in importance, while dealing with complexity increases, as more firms spread reach to more locations
Tech giants unite to address current systems’ perceived lack of capability to signal service level requests dynamically and offer full WAN application integration with cloud workloads
The UK’s NCSC has taken down more than 80 malicious web campaigns and received 5,000 reports of suspicious emails within 24 hours of launching reporting service
New research by Trustwave shows 2019 saw huge increases in ransomware and cloud services attacks, as well as a big shift from spam toward business email compromise.
Cisco has promised users virtual backgrounds are coming to the Webex desktop app. Customers are calling for the feature that's already in the desktop versions of Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
Cisco plans to launch next year SD-WAN technology that improves WAN performance by directing traffic over Google Cloud's low-latency network backbone.
Data Can Help is a new data curation service from Tamr designed to assist enterprises deal with the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After retreating in recent years, Hitachi Vantara steps back into enterprise data center market NVMe storage aimed at the low range of the high-end systems market.
Kubernetes-based Anthos is generally available on AWS, giving customers the ability to manage workloads there, as well as across Google Cloud and on-premises environments.
ONC and CMS will give health systems additional time to comply with portions of the interoperability rules finalized last month. Plus, OIG released a proposed rule on information blocking enforcement.
Bitdefender researchers identified new spear phishing campaigns against the oil and gas industry that include emails with no typos and perfect usage of industry terminology.
Underwater video cameras equipped with artificial intelligence smarts have been deployed in the waters off Pangatalan island in the Philippines to track the barometers of coral reef health
Prolonged home working will see home networks, based on older Wi-Fi technologies rather than the likes of Wi-Fi 6, put under intolerable strain, warns analyst
Research from managed service provider Atlas Cloud highlights concerns from remote workers that their work-from-home tech kit might not be up to the job in the long term
New features include support for advanced AES 256-bit encryption
Latest market tracker data shows rebound in datacentre M&A deal values as enterprises look to outsource more of their IT and move to the cloud
Mainframe skills and Cobol programming are now in demand as enterprises scale up to tackle increased online activity due to the coronavirus
Ericsson gears up for the post-coronavirus world with confidence in 5G and reveals project for its 5G-ready Industry Connect with global leader in power technology
Researchers identify dangerous vulnerabilities in Apple’s iOS operating system that allow remote code execution on target devices
US stock exchange uses public cloud and APIs to provide investment companies with real-time data on trading activity
One of the first set of numbers to include some lockdown trading has come out of the channel
Unprecedented and extraordinary growth forecast for business version of WhatsApp, with growth from just 992 to 55,000 users expected over the next five years
PyTorch 1.5 introduces TorchServe, a model serving library, and TorchElastic, a Kubernetes controller. Both applications are still in experimental mode.
UK government wants to extend the number of public authorities able to obtain communications data using mass surveillance
SAP reports first-quarter growth in cloud revenue but a drop in license revenue as the COVID-19 crisis threatens to delay IT infrastructure projects; analysts warn about overly rosy projections.
Weebit Nano’s ReRAM stores bits by building resistive filaments and promises a 1,000x speed boost over flash in chips that can store data for years and is well-suited to edge uses
NHS announces test at air base of app designed to alert users of the close proximity of those carrying or having symptoms of Covid-19
Travelex’s parent Finablr is washing its hands of the ransomware-stricken forex provider as it struggles with the twin shocks of the Covid-19 pandemic and a developing fraud scandal
The inability to log in to multiple accounts on desktop in Microsoft Teams is increasingly annoying users. The vendor has not said when the feature will launch.
President Trump's immigration 'pause' is likely to face court action and ongoing criticism from people on both sides of the issue. The impact of his order is expected to be minor.
Border crossings. Police checkpoints. Security cages. Secret safes. These are just some of the hurdles certificate authorities face as they strive to maintain security during COVID-19.
Pulumi 2.0 ratchets up the heat on HashiCorp's rival Terraform IaC tool, adding policy as code, test automation and secrets management features to its mainstream language support.
Atos, a global IT services company, acquired a data science and AI consulting firm as more enterprises move from experimenting with AI to deploying it at scale.
The newly launched Amazon AppFlow gives AWS an answer to the likes of Microsoft's Azure Logic Apps, for tying together its native services with SaaS application data.
Zoom could soon give some customers control of encryption keys. The company is expected to announce more details in the coming weeks.
Intel has reported an increase in PC and datacentre processor sales, reflecting the shift to online and home schooling and working
Almost six million tonnes of carbon dioxide will be pumped into the atmosphere this year as a result of dark data, Veritas research finds
European fibre-to-the-home and fibre-to-the-building coverage maintains a positive growth trend, with subscribers increasing by 15% since September 2018
The UK government has published more guidance for parents in an attempt to limit children's exposure to cyber bullying and disinformation during the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic
As the global economy slows, businesses are trying to cut costs, with IT services one of the first stops – but what are the chances of a happy outcome?
As many of us are now working from home due to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, while also trying to juggle other responsibilities alongside increased anxiety, how can we make sure that we’re looking after our mental health?
National Health Service’s digital innovation unit aims to allay fears over privacy and confidentiality in forthcoming contract-tracing app
Privacy concerns raised over mobile app to help track and control the spread of coronavirus in the Netherlands
May's marking of the contribution of managed service providers is coming at a time when most are delivering high levels of support to customers coping with coronavirus
HPE has outlined a number of initiatives designed to help partners get through the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis
Government hires tech giants to provide remote working resources to children while schools are closed
The COVID-19 economy has hit marketing jobs hard. As spending for advertising and martech stall, layoffs mount and still-employed marketers fear the worst.
US broadcast and telecoms regulator confirms proposal lauded as a milestone moment that will no less than supercharge connectivity
In the first quarter of 2020, the number of successful ransomware attacks on government and healthcare organizations in the U.S. decreased to a level unseen in years, Emsisoft said.
Microsoft's Windows 10 update 2004 is set to release amid the coronavirus pandemic. Experts and IT admins say the appetite for new features may be mixed.
The cloud services market remains active amid the COVID-19 pandemic, as Accenture, CentriLogic, SADA Systems and J2 Global build out their businesses; more news from the week.
HashiCorp CEO David McJannet discusses the company's future, including a Consul managed service headed for public beta this week, overlap with Kubernetes and building a sustainable open source business.
Vendors such as IBM, HPE and SAP said they are committed to helping their channel ecosystems weather the economic circumstances wrought by the coronavirus pandemic.