DevSecOps will drive at least 50% of new applications in Asia-Pacific by 2024, but getting it right will require change management, a collaborative mindset and the right automation tools
NHS at Home programme sees cystic fibrosis patients given home spirometers and coronavirus patients given oximeters, together with an app, to monitor their condition from home and share information with clinicians
Janne Puustinen built Finnish industrial technology company Valmet’s entire IT organisation from scratch after a demerger
Initial Omdia market assessment shows home of Samsung as the world’s powerhouse for establishing and commercialising 5G networks
Comms player is working towards an end-of-month launch of its Cloud Office product, with current efforts focused on readying the channel for its release
Talent already in the building has been discovered and rewarded by a few firms this week
Even with the best efforts of the government in meeting its target and various initiatives to support deployment, meeting UK full-fibre gigabit goals depends on ultimate switch-off of the copper network
New general manager Manoj Nair's focus for Metallic is on geographic and product expansion. Nair plans to expand Metallic beyond the U.S., starting with a launch in Canada.
Social media is challenging the notion of employee privacy, but it's also providing HR departments with new tools to vet job applicants and employees.
CISA issued an alert Friday about attacks on a Microsoft Server Message Block v3 vulnerability and a proof-of-concept code that exploits the flaw in unpatched systems.
Tibco continues to invest in augmented intelligence and machine learning capabilities, recently adding an integration with Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services aimed at developers.
Walter Wong, executive director of Gain Secure and former Microsoft employee, talks up how his business is coping during Malaysia’s lockdown
Energy supplier is moving more than 200 applications and most systems to Azure in a three-year deal with Microsoft
Train services across the UK are fragmented, with data and systems in silos, which makes it hard to provide a seamless experience for rail users
Kao Data rolls out ‘built-to-suit’ service for prospective hyperscale clients, that it claims will speed up the time it takes to bring online new datacentre capacity in a cost-effective way
Cyber criminals are exploiting misconfigured AWS S3 buckets to run credit card fraud and malvertising campaigns, according to new data
Although MPs have returned to Parliament, House of Commons select committees will continue with virtual meetings until 17 September
A document has been published outlining the challenges for public sector buyers as well as best practices on procuring AI technology
Global communications technology provider begins fightback against perceived high-risk status and stresses its fundamental role in UK telecoms as it finds itself under further attack from UK and US politicians
The sector building and supporting the Netherlands’ digital infrastructure wants to be valued as highly as Schiphol airport and the port of Rotterdam are for the Dutch economy
Most of the world’s largest information technology companies continue to leave supply chain workers at serious risk of forced labour, according to a new report that highlights the sector’s inaction
The application of artificial intelligence at banks will be the difference between the ones that succeed and the ones that fail in the coming years
Research from NTT and a product launch from 8x8 indicate some of the areas where the channel should be focusing
Against the backdrop of a mounting wave of cyber attacks targeting remote workers, the distie has strengthened its portfolio
Italian football club will get variable-price ticketing using artificial intelligence expertise to develop systems. It has also deployed Acronis cloud backup
Former UK prime minister, now head of a global institute that advises governments, tells CogX attendees that global co-ordination to combat Covid-19 is far from where it needs to be
Uplevel, a startup analytics vendor whose platform aims to aid engineering efficiency, rolled out three new tools on Tuesday to assist developers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A report compiled by security assurance organisation Crest highlights the progress made on gender diversity in cyber security, and offers pointers for next steps
Potteries-based ceramics maker faced the choice between expanding its HPE SAN at great cost or deploying Ctera hybrid cloud NAS. It saved thousands by heading for hybrid cloud
Vodafone announces 10-year deal with utility firm to provide internet of things solution to revolutionise how water leaks are prevented and detected
NetApp makes its third cloud-related acquisition of 2020; the company says it will buy Spot, which uses machine learning to optimize cloud capacity and reduce infrastructure costs.
The pandemic caused consumers and businesses to form new online buying habits; now e-commerce is booming. That trend will hold for a year, or maybe forever, experts said.
Attack disrupts global operations at carmaker, with assembly lines falling silent and sales suspended
A new version of Aruba Central will include features for managing as many as 50,000 network devices from the cloud. The upgrade also includes better analytics for troubleshooting.
A new vulnerability in the Universal Plug and Play protocol could be used to exfiltrate enterprise data and launch DDoS attacks, and patches may not arrive for a long time.
MongoDB updated its namesake open source database platform to version 4.4 and released data lake and mobile data offerings.
The new CEO of Yugabyte, Bill Cook, explains why his distributed SQL database firm is growing as it raises its Series B round of funding with open source at the foundation.
DataRobot's new partnership with Boston Consulting Group aims to bring the technical expertise of BCG to DataRobot's customers. The AI vendor also acquired analytics software from BCG.
Cloud data warehouse vendor Snowflake took a major step toward going public on Tuesday, filing an initial public stock offering with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Supply chain security risks can wreak havoc if measures are not taken to deter cyber attackers from exploiting a supplier’s security gaps to target another firm
Research from enterprise identity firm finds that even with no playbook, UK workers are coping well with mandated home working and have maintained productivity
Research outlines trends for the coming decade and an action plan with some controversial recommendations to inform the decisions of policymakers around the upcoming Digital Services Act
Spanish bank broadens its use of facial recognition technology on cash machines
Danske Bank has seen the value of remote working during the unplanned proof of concept triggered by the Covid-19 pandemic
Research conducted by KnowBe4 points to a looming email security problem as furloughed employees head back to work
German capital is attracting tech startups from across the world as it cements its position as a leading European hub
“The networks were made for this,” says network technology provider as it shows how US networks have coped with added loads since the stay-at-home order
Google is doubling down on its efforts to support the fashion industry in cleaning up the environmental friendliness of its supply chains through its partnership with WWF Sweden
A small number of users of Babylon’s GP at Hand service were briefly able to view other patients’ video GP consultations thanks to a bug in a new software feature
SharePoint continues to attract attention this month, with 12 unique vulnerabilities corrected in the document sharing and storage product.
Comparitech’s Bob Diachenko wanted to find out how long it would take for hackers to find and attack an unsecured, public internet-facing database, so he set up a honeypot
With ease of use and customization capabilities in mind, Logi unveiled Logi Composer, a new platform for developing embedded applications.
With the current extensive deployment of 4G networks and continued expansion of 5G, licensed low-power IoT applications and use cases are set to take off
A 10 year-old bug in Windows Group Policies could easily enable attackers to gain highly privileged user status on target systems, opening the doors to a wave of cyber attacks
Multi-hour cloud outage leaves IBM users calling on Big Blue for further information on what caused it
Innovation processes and relationships must be fundamentally restructured to bring in more stakeholders, and spread the benefits of technological change as far as possible
SAP Sapphire Now will go online with virtual content and interactive sessions, but it remains to be seen if the conference will be able to match the audience engagement of in-person events.
DCMS says 2,500 places on university artificial intelligence and data science conversion courses – 1,000 targeted to produce more diversity in tech – are now open for application
Health secretary Matt Hancock says technology companies have been vital in dealing with the pandemic, and praises UK for testing more people “than almost anywhere in the world.”
Mental health concerns increase, with a possible negative effect on the quality of work, as companies get ready to return to the office, study shows
IBM’s CEO writes to US congress about decision to stop using and selling facial-recognition technology, and says we should re-evaluate whether it should be sold to law enforcement agencies
Operators behind the Maze ransomware posted data leaks from competing ransomware gangs to their victim shaming website, suggesting they have joined forces.
The current coronavirus crisis is making life increasingly difficult for those tasked with keeping the lights on at IT departments
Networking player Juniper is not far off completing its recruitment process to get partners signed up for its enterprise targeting scheme
It’s a classic case of swings and roundabouts for the Swedish communications technology provider, as it cheers UK win for its 5G technology but admits defeat in business in China
Chinese public cloud giant Alibaba to hit the recruitment trail in hot pursuit of tech talent to support its datacentre revamp plans
Recorded Future's Insikt Group uncovered a new ransomware-as-a-service tool named 'Thanos' that's the first ransomware to use the hard-to-detect RIPlace technique.
Intermountain Healthcare is relying on virtual hiring and onboarding processes to bring on a new healthcare CIO.
Nine academic projects have been selected to receive a share of a £10m funding pot as they develop advanced cyber security solutions using prototype chipsets
Tableau has bolstered its presence in Asia-Pacific following its acquisition by Salesforce and is combining its analytics capabilities with Einstein Analytics to deliver AI-powered insights
The government has been accused of launching a review that fails in getting to the bottom of one of the biggest miscarriages of justice in UK history
Smartphone users may have seen the worst of the negative impact from the coronavirus pandemic on their cellular experience, with time connected to Wi-Fi networks decreasing, Opensignal research finds
The time is right for all-in-one security solutions, according to a report
People with type 1 or type 2 diabetes will have access to three new online services to help manage their condition at home
First-quarter global market data from Synergy Research Group shows demand for colocation capacity from hyperscalers and edge compute providers is holding up, despite the pandemic
Covid-19 cyber security threats are evolving over the course of the pandemic, becoming more targeted to virus hotspots such as the UK
Operator says network technologies will revolutionise the way people and businesses use mobile connectivity, unlocking huge possibilities for the UK’s economy and society
Digital portal enables young people to self-refer to local mental health services, giving them easier access to support and reducing waiting times
SonicWall’s launch of a switch and SD-Branch management solution should provoke interest from channel partners looking to offer wider levels of protection
Analyst house Context has been following the impact of the coronavirus through the course of the pandemic and has found that the sentiment across the European channel has improving since late May
Pure Storage Purity FA 6.0 OS continuously replicates production data between FlashArray nodes. Pure FlashArray File services allow file and block storage to share flash.
Measures aim to create jobs and increase technology exports, as well as encouraging international investments into the UK
Tech giant claims it has been an advocate for stronger government regulation on the ethical use of facial recognition
While analyzing the network dropper GuLoader, researchers found an almost identical commercial software tool called CloudEye offered by a legitimate-looking Italian company.
VeeamON seeks to overcome the challenges of virtual conferences that have become common in 2020. Veeam also released a report that details the challenges in data protection.
Nordic firms are working with tech suppliers to help them get back up and running after Covid-19
Slack users were glad to hear the team collaboration vendor was partnering with Amazon to improve audio and video calling.
Oracle has opened the door for competitors to chip away at its hold on the market for providing Java support to enterprise customers.
Technology and services provider IFDS was one of the first to try the alpha build of Zerto's Kubernetes backup. The company relies on containers for greater resource efficiency.
Rackspace Technology wants to raise its profile as a multi-cloud service provider. Along with a rebranding campaign, the company launched a set of multi-cloud offerings.
A predictive maintenance vendor added a new warranty to its platform that pays customers $100,000 for repair if the AI-based prediction system fails to foresee a machine breakdown.
Cloud cost management is a new task for developers under DevOps, and a continuous delivery add-on presents a new way to show them infrastructure inefficiencies.
Forrester calls for enterprises to automate with empathy as they deploy an increasing range of intelligent technologies to reduce their dependence on human labour
A group of subpostmasters who suffered at the hands of the Post Office’s error-prone IT system refuse to participate in a government review into the scandal, describing it as a sham
UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform provider creates thousands of multi-skilled jobs across network of construction partners to facilitate network deployment
While analyst believes ‘enormous’ investment required and lack of killer apps put 5G growth in doubt, comms tech giant Nokia paints picture of IT decision-makers making tracks with next-gen infrastructure
The accounts were linked to the governments of China, Russia and Turkey, and engaged in systematic operations against pro-democracy activists, political opponents and dissidents
Antonio Guterres launches roadmap for digital cooperation and calls for world leaders to come together to “connect, respect and protect people in the digital age”
Active devices built by Chinese firm HiChip have been sold in the UK as webcams and connected baby monitors
Education specialist shares a first-half trading update that shows the impact of the coronavirus
The technology and digital teams at The Royal Horticultural Society discuss the work that went on behind the scenes to transform the Chelsea Flower Show into a virtual event with just weeks to plan
Scientists warn of fundamental flaws of Bluetooth technology in proximity measurement function of much-delayed app
Government Digital Service launches Data Labs to enhance services with tools such as artificial intelligence and natural language processing
Spoof government coronavirus apps are popping up all over the world, says the Anomali Threat Research team
Spanish bank to recruit a further 3,000 tech staff globally to accelerate its digital transformation
Politicians and broadband provision unit urge homes and businesses to switch to a new ultra-fast and ultra-reliable broadband network
More than 100 accounts on the NHSmail service were affected by attack, but health service says no patient data was accessed
Sequoia Consulting Group's new Return to Work Center aims to help organizations plan for getting back into offices, with tools that enable policy and testing management.
A North Midlands NHS trust claims to be the first NHS trust to deploy thermal surveillance cameras to protect patients and staff against the coronavirus
Respondents to a Sisense survey say they're relying on data analytics even more now than they were before the COVID-19 pandemic, with small businesses taking the lead.
British people are getting used to life without cash, as the Covid-19 lockdown forces the adoption of digital payments
Security player WatchGuard has launched an early access programme so its channel base can quickly get their hands on the fruits of its latest acquisition
Google is close to replacing Hangouts with the newer messaging service Chat after integrating the product with Gmail.
GitLab has scooped up fuzz testing startups Fuzzit and Peach Tech, a move that will shift fuzz testing left in the DevSecOps toolchain.
The newly launched Centrify Reliance Partner Program features three membership tiers and an emphasis on customer success; other IT channel news from the week.
Reassuring mainframe developers of its commitment to the venerable platform, IBM will introduce a tool that helps them build cloud-native applications for z/OS.