The Australian Cyber Security Centre offers guidance for critical infrastructure operators to guard against cyber attacks which have already hit the healthcare sector
Thai government forms 26-member committee to develop a roadmap for 5G adoption and address roadblocks related to the recall of unused spectrum from state agencies
Manufacturers of Android devices including Huawei, Samsung and Xiaomi shipped devices with different levels of security in different regions, leaving their users exposed to attack
Post Office re-examines hundreds of prosecutions that could have resulted from faults in Horizon IT system
Channel player’s trading update reveals that the first few weeks of lockdown have not had too much impact on the numbers
Revolutionary potential of next-generation 5G network is huge, but research suggests key messages are not hitting home with businesses or consumers
Finish comms tech provider reinforces its commitment to the development of future secure mobile radio technologies for 5G by joining open and software-defined network technology consortium
Distributor looks to make life easier for those resellers looking to provide services across the sales cycle
Swedish operator lays the foundations for the next phase of digital transformation with 5G network designed to open up new user experiences and accelerated innovation in areas such as entertainment, healthcare, manufacturing and transport
The Ministry of Defence has justified its decision to directly award Microsoft a 23-month private cloud deal by stating the firm is the only one able to meet its precise technical and data protection needs
IBM layoffs under newly appointed CEO Arvind Krishna largely affect its Global Technology Services and marketing groups.
COVID-19 is accelerating interest in disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS), and 2nd Watch says it can facilitate the process and reduce cost using AWS.
UK cyber security agency confirms it will conduct a new investigation into the security-worthiness of Huawei’s 5G technology
The proportion of jobs in banks that are technology-related is growing quickly, accelerated further by the Covid-19 pandemic
Enterprise storage pricing is often shrouded in mystery, but Nimbus Data and StorOne are attempting to shake up the status quo with new tools that give buyers discounted prices on the spot.
Variant of the dangerous StrandHogg vulnerability affecting Android phones could allow hackers to access almost all apps on a target device
Privacy campaigner Max Schrems has urged the European Commission to intervene after the Irish Data Protection Commission allegedly used ‘Kafkaesque’ tactics to delay investigations into Facebook’s compliance with GDPR
Mandiant threat researchers navigate the tools, tactics and procedures of the Maze ransomware group, which has become notorious for "shaming" victims with stolen data.
A new elevation-of-privilege vulnerability on Android, dubbed StrandHogg 2.0, allows threat actors to gain access to most apps, according to Norwegian mobile security firm Promon.
Research from mobile operator highlights changing habits of UK citizens during lockdown, with video conferencing seeing massive leap
Study of UK consumers reveals worries over an uptick in cyber crime and a lack of trust in government
Southeast Asian property portal PropertyGuru rolls out new capability in its FastKey platform that lets developers showcase properties to prospective buyers through 3D visualisation
Remote workers logging onto enterprise cloud service accounts are an easy access point for attackers, says McAfee
CrowdStrike’s freshly appointed European channel head has already identified areas where she can make a difference
Northampton General Hospital deploys automation to ensure oxygen is always available as demand increases amid Covid-19 crisis
Software industry group has shared its expectations from governments to support workers both now and in the future
New head of Level39 speaks to Computer Weekly about her vision for the accelerator going forward, and how it will leverage its network to support the startup and tech community
Software engineering academy Makers has released the shortlist of candidates for its annual Women in Software Powerlist, from which the winners will be selected
AppDynamics research reveals that 95% of companies plot new tech course after Covid-19 outbreak as technologists see opportunity to show their value to the business
UK companies dominate ‘safety tech’ sector with a quarter of global market share, says report, although legislation regarding online harms has stalled
Campaign group calls for public support to help potential victims of Post Office Horizon IT scandal
Current changes in working patterns through the Covid-19 outbreak set to see marked shift in the future, and have major impact on digital infrastructures
Between January and April amid the COVID-19 pandemic, McAfee found usage of cloud collaboration apps and attacks seeking to steal account credentials both skyrocketed.
Storage player Pure Storage provides a number of tools to support remote installation and management, as well as giving customers more flexible payment choices
Veeam and Kasten, two leaders in their respective markets, are collaborating on backup for Kubernetes, which one analyst called the 'de facto standard' in container management.
Although the Covid-19 lockdown is easing, office life will not return to normal any time soon, and few will be buying new PCs
Odaseva said its new DailyExport.io app fulfills the needs of customers who use Salesforce Weekly Export and the soon-to-be-shuttered Salesforce Data Recovery Service.
A network of automatic number plate recognition and local authority traffic cameras could help police track Downing Street chief of staff Dominic Cummings’ journeys to Durham and Barnard Castle during the Covid-19 lockdown
Splunk is integrating open source Apache Kafka capabilities alongside Apache Pulsar support to better enable its latest Data Stream Processor release.
BCS position paper finds the software coding practices of non-computer-science scientists to be insufficiently professional
Fujitsu has developed a computer vision model that recognises hand washing gestures to ease the enforcement of stricter food handling rules in Japan
Organisations developing solutions in space surveillance and tracking will be able to bid for a share of a £1m funding pot
UK government unveils framework to stop the spread of coronavirus, but contact-tracing launch date not revealed
Distributor shares first-quarter numbers and reveals it is close to sealing Apollo merger
Those lucky enough to get investment against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic are highlighting what that might say about their offerings to the market
Fully private, segregated networks for IoT deployments are becoming increasingly attractive to many organisations, according to a report
As part of its 2022 digital strategy, TSB has begun rolling out electronic forms designed in Adobe XD and processed using Adobe Sign
PHE will retain the data it collects via the NHS Test and Trace programme for 20 years
During the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, government departments have launched 69 online customer facing services on Gov.uk, with another 46 on track to be delivered
Court reverses European Commission judgment blocking 2016 purchase of leading UK mobile providers
Fleet management, heavy transport vehicles, equipment, fixed assets and digital signage are among the internet of things applications hit hardest by the pandemic
A lack of clarity over how Covid-19-related furlough pay calculations should be totalled up for IT contractors working for umbrella companies has left many facing financial hardship, it is claimed
Threat actors conducted an unprecedented supply chain attack by using malware known as Octopus Scanner to create backdoors in open source projects, which were uploaded to GitHub.
Matt Cain, president and CEO of Couchbase, explains why NoSQL is part of digital transformation efforts, as his company prepares to launch a database as a service.
When COVID-19 put stress on healthcare organizations, IT teams needed to respond quickly to enable telehealth remote access. Learn how HCI helped two organizations cope.
Zoom is once again out ahead on features with its support for virtual breakout rooms. Microsoft and Cisco are trying to catch up.
Don't expect hyperscalers like AWS to profiteer from the COVID-19 pandemic. But enterprises must take extra precautions as they invest in cloud-based infrastructure and software, analysts say.
Startup LucidLink positions Filespaces as a public cloud option for people who want to replace on-premises NAS without turning to cheap but slow object storage.
On the eve of his company's user conference, Pegasystems CEO Alan Trefler discussed COVID-19, RPA tech, free Pega skills training and a new appreciation for old rival Salesforce.
With Quarkus, Red Hat targets the popular Spring Boot framework to help developers use Java as a first-class language to build microservices and container-based applications.
Kioxia's software-enabled flash aims to provide greater host control over storage, data placement and data access to hyperscalers that optimize SSDs for specific workloads.
Docker has introduced an integration with Azure Container Instances that developers can use to run Docker commands in ACI and switch from desktop development to the cloud.
Mandated to reduce spending by a billion pounds over five years, a U.K. health agency that supports the national healthcare system used Oracle's BI platform to make it happen.
Flash pioneer Kaminario builds its VisionOS out to the cloud and says its cloud block storage is much cheaper than what is available from the native cloud services of the big three providers
BPI Network Survey suggests operators are rethinking security in the light of 5G network traffic, and shows “dramatic” increase in connected devices and new mission-critical use cases
UK becomes first country outside the US to join group enabling researchers and scientists to access top supercomputers to help their work on the coronavirus
Vendor shares Q1 numbers and shows it has navigated through supply chain problems better than some of its competitors
Singapore’s TraceTogether is least intrusive in terms of privacy communications compared with similar apps in the region, study finds
Huge increases in UK fintech investment over the past three years has seen the sector explode, but most of the activity is still concentrated in London
Leading UK telco O2 finalises projects to protect data integrity of connected cars as part of major UK project into autonomous vehicles on UK roads
Salesforce announces 30% year-on-year revenue growth for the first quarter, and displays Covid-19 crisis alleviation activities
Networking giant says acquisition of internet and cloud intelligence platform provider will enhance its network performance and monitoring capabilities across the enterprise and into the cloud
Public Health England failed to complete the required impact assessment before launching the Covid-19 Test and Trace programme
US president moves to weaken legal protections for social media companies after Twitter takes action on his posts
A £400,000 funding pot is on offer for innovators to design schemes that boost internet-of-things security
For the Boston Red Sox, Acronis remote backup took on enhanced meaning during the coronavirus crisis. Acronis also provides the team with recovery and security capabilities.
Hot on the heels of FCC action described as milestone and watershed moment for innovation that will supercharge connectivity, wireless processor giant aims to cash in on new wireless standard
Global wireless ecosystem consortium unveils WBA OpenRoaming to offer automatic and secure connection of billions of devices to millions of Wi-Fi networks
Citrix is moving beyond its virtualisation roots and is working to make sure it has the channel in place to support its ambitions
Zoom has released a draft plan to enable end-to-end encryption in four phases. The company has not said when it will launch.
Threat actors exploited critical SaltStack flaws, which were disclosed and patched last month, in a Cisco product to breach several of the networking company's salt-master servers.
World Wide Technology will build out its AIOps practice by using the Moogsoft AIOps platform alongside Cisco's AppDynamics, according to Moogsoft; more IT channel news.
Vertical Aerospace launched a cloud-based ERP project at the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The shift to remote work turned out to help -- not hurt -- the project.
During pandemic stay-at-home orders, Salesforce, Facebook and Instagram capitalize on the digital sales boom that resembles a three-month holiday surge that hasn't let up.
Ivanti Unified Endpoint Manager 2020.1 was released this month, emphasizing remote work features for IT pros and noting the importance of endpoint management in the 'new normal.'
Wi-Fi vendors Aruba and Juniper Networks work with partners to offer in-office people tracking to defend against a COVID-19 outbreak. Cisco focuses on managing gatherings in physical spaces.
The SAP Logistics Business Network integration with InstaFreight is aimed at reducing the cost and complexity of finding carriers and shipping goods throughout Europe.
Cisco's acquisition of ThousandEyes could benefit companies using Cisco's SD-WAN, AppDynamics, Duo Security and AnyConnect. Cisco plans to close the deal by the end of October.