Advancement in cloud technologies and secured remote access to applications will significantly contribute to the overall growth of India’s VPN market, says GlobalData
The government’s proposed review of the Post Office IT scandal has received a further setback as forensic accountants join subpostmasters in refusing to back it
Existing utility pipelines to be examined as way to accelerate national fibre infrastructure roll-out, but critics voice concern about broadband strategy fixating on fibre
Attackers gained access to retailer’s website as long ago as March
Package of online skills interventions aimed at people who have been affected by the coronavirus
Bank is working with Visa to develop behavioural biometrics technology as an extra layer of invisible authentication
To recover from the Covid-19 lockdown, businesses will need to cut costs. In doing so, Gartner urges CIOs to look at value and cost optimisation
‘Landmark’ IT deal will see NHS organisations in England get access to all Microsoft 365 services, including Teams and Office 365, and strengthen cyber security measures
UK’s largest health trust sets up clinicians to work with multidisciplinary teams for remote clinical support in real time over a converged 4G/5G and Wi-Fi network
Firm signs up as a Fortinet partner as it looks to make more of an impact in the cyber security space
Blue Ridge Medical Group is using a new telehealth service from EHR vendor Athenahealth to treat patients at home.
Government is funding 38 projects, one-third of which are focused on quantum computing
Check Point sees an upswing in malicious activity around a number of classic banking trojan malware variants
Another week of personnel movement across the industry as firms seek the expertise that will help drive growth
Hewlett Packard Enterprise automates storage optimizations for HPE Primera SANs. Customers now may replicate HPE storage snapshots to a third Nimble Storage array or the cloud.
SAS revealed an enhanced product and marketing partnership agreement with Microsoft the day before the analytics vendor's user conference. Microsoft will be SAS' preferred cloud provider.
Implicit bias training has been around for years, but the Black Lives Matter movement and nationwide protests are giving it new attention.
More than 2,000 schools across New Zealand will be among the first in the country to enjoy the improved coverage and access speeds of Wi-Fi 6
The partnership allows security admins to see access history and activity in Druva through FireEye Helix's console, enabling quicker responses to security anomalies.
Shareable geospatial mapping data will be key to the predicted roll-out of self-driving vehicles in 2030, and the UK is in the fast lane to lead development of these regulations
UK’s fixed networks handling increased traffic well since lockdown, but customer experience is somewhat affected, especially when connected via Wi-Fi, on several days starting 20 March 2020
Vast marries cheap-and-deep QLC flash with super-fast 3D Xpoint to bring flash for all data, with a particular eye on analytics and with NAS and S3 object access for now
Christian Klein used his first Sapphire keynote as CEO of SAP to underline the supplier’s support for supply chain resiliency and automation against Covid-19 pandemic and climate change backcloths
Distributor will give local ISVs and channel partners the opportunity to have their own services listed on its cloud platform
Organisations intending to deploy contact-tracing apps will need to maintain high standards of privacy compliance, security and ethics to guarantee sufficient uptake and meaningful results
Norway has been given until 23 June to justify the location tracking of citizens who download its contract-tracing app
Danish bank begins the process of changing how thousands of its staff work as it attempts to be more responsive to digital demand
While social distancing and keeping millions at home have put significant demands on infrastructure, with systems that support healthcare, education and businesses of all types under stress, telecoms networks have stood up to the task, says research from leading comms tech provider
A coalition of tech organisations and nonprofits have urged Zoom CEO Eric Yuan to make end-to-end encryption available to all users
SAP Cloud for Real Estate integrates with Honeywell Forge autonomous buildings platform to help improve energy efficiency in buildings.
Some organizations get hit with ransomware multiple times. Threat researchers explain why repeat attacks happen and how victims can prevent it from occurring again.
National Geospatial Strategy will develop the country’s location data framework over the next five years
European Data Protection Board writes to MEPs saying the UK is at risk of failing to strike a post-Brexit data adequacy accord if its data protection agreements with the US don’t strike the right note
Research from Kaspersky reveals that distributors and resellers want much more contact with vendors
The NHS Digital tender aims to find a partner to handle the development, delivery and running of the coronavirus testing service
The open source Apache Hudi project helps large organizations like Uber with stream processing capabilities that handle billions of records on data lakes every day.
Technical troubles marred the start of SAP Sapphire Now Reimagined, but CEO Christian Klein was largely successful in defining the SAP intelligent enterprise, according to experts.
Stratus Technologies is making dramatic changes to its channel strategy. The company cut more than 80% of its channel partners and launched a fresh partner program.
SAS Viya 4, which SAS unveiled Tuesday during its virtual user conference, represents a total redesign of the platform to make it fully cloud-native.
One university's disaster recovery as a service can serve as a cloud for shared services with other schools in Alabama seeking to shrink their data center footprint.
An internal CIA report from the Wikileaks Task Force blasted the agency over the leak of the Vault 7 cyberweapons, which exposed dangerous hacking tools and vulnerabilities.
Cohesity's new pricing model lets cloud and managed service providers consume the company's data management offerings based on a commitment as low as $2,000 per month.
Trend Micro's Zero Day Initiative published 10 vulnerabilities in Netgear's R6700 router that have gone unpatched for seven months.
Amid a lawsuit over unsafe warehouse conditions, Amazon brings an AI-powered camera and monitor system to its warehouses to help employees maintain social distancing.
New Macquarie datacentre in the Australian capital designed to achieve Tier 4 datacentre standards will deliver 1.5MW of capacity by December 2020
Spotlight trained on newly appointed key regulatory personnel that could see a change in Malaysia’s telco policy, including a deferment of 5G roll-out
The return to the office after mass teleworking looks like a long road indeed, with survey predicting it will take over a year for noticeable majority of workers to return, leading to new hybrid model for the workforce
Call for government review of Post Office Horizon scandal to have the power to force individuals to give evidence under oath
A survey of security professionals conducted on behalf of Bitdefender reveals the lack of forward planning for events such as the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic
Oracle sees 1% decline in full year-on-year 2019-20 revenue, and a 6% drop in its fourth quarter, but takes comfort from OCI Zoom win in pandemic crisis
Analysts revise down previous growth targets for security technology as the Covid-19 pandemic bites
Bahrain’s ‘BeAware Bahrain’, Kuwait’s ‘Shlonik’ and Norway’s ‘Smittestopp’ are the most privacy-invasive contact-tracing apps, reveals Amnesty International study
Cisco rolls out enhancements that should appeal to partners working with customers on maintaining secure collaboration during the Covid-19 pandemic
During a fireside chat during the first AWS Summit Online, cloud giant’s CEO held forth on how the firm is responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and the trends he is seeing with how some enterprises are approaching cloud adoption
Westcon will help take Avaya’s first joint offering with RingCentral to the channel in Europe
After prolonged development path, Germany’s Corona-Warn-App launches to almost immediate success and almost immediate controversy regarding anonymity
Adobe connects its Product Recommendations engine to Magento Page Builder to give users a no-code AI tool that offers different products to different customer segments.
Microsoft reveals how pandemic forced it to adopt 24-hour new hardware deployment schedule in datacentres to keep up with the surge in demand for services across its cloud portfolio
Sessions at the distributor's virtual conference look beyond the current demands of the pandemic to what will be coming next
Seeing an increasing trend of data protection buyers, Flexential has rolled out a new backup-as-a-service offering and introduced a cheaper, 'self-service' tier.
Dell EMC PowerScale combines a modified version of the Isilon OneFS software tuned for Dell PowerEdge servers. The systems provide unified access to files and unstructured data.
Tech firm says new release gives power back to telcos to offer value-added edge computing services such as AI-powered video analytics, industrial automation and VR retail services
Representatives left unable to place orders after company’s back-end systems went offline over a week ago
SAP's customer experience application suite still a priority after a year of senior leadership upheaval at the enterprise cloud vendor, thanks to the COVID-19 economy.
DataRobot unveiled a new data science training program, and enhancements to its enterprise AI platform, including a geospatial capability and automated time series anomaly detection.
Japan’s NTT Data and New Zealand’s LeapThought have come together to support the digitalisation efforts of Singapore’s construction industry
All Party Parliamentary Group on Digital Skills launches call to action to find out if lessons learnt in lockdown could help build digital skills policy in the future
Research reveals a disparity between millennials and older generations when it comes to their acclimatisation to remote working, prompting call for firms to provide targeted tools and training for employees during this difficult period
Embattled video-conferencing provider Zoom backtracks on previous refusals to provide end-to-end encryption to free users
Last week’s launch of switches and branch solution gives some resellers the chance to multiply the money they can make with the vendor
Organised criminal campaign exploited Adobe, Oxford University and Samsung web domains to trick users into giving up their passwords
Research finds nearly half of UK workers are concerned about the negative environmental impact of business travel, with almost two-fifths actively wanting to reduce the number of times they travel for work
Firm provides channel with pre-configured designs that can be taken out to customers
SAP partners will be able to design, build, test and validate their industry-specific offerings with a new business process and technology platform
APi Group dumps first-generation file sharing for Nasuni, which allowed it to save ‘hundreds of thousands of dollars’ with standard hardware deployments and cutting local storage
Dashboard gives NHS staff information on ventilator bed usage, available personal protective equipment and the number of staff infected by Covid-19
Nordic region has the right ingredients to prove open banking can benefit consumers, businesses and the economy
Air-to-ground network uses commercial 4G LTE, enabling emergency services personnel to rely on uninterrupted communications throughout UK
ThoughtWorks research highlights problems around remote schooling, local government and GP services
The latest update to Veeam's popular Microsoft 365 data protection product features native Teams backup and recovery. Veeam also launched other product updates at VeeamON 2020.
CVE-2020-3347 bug enables cyber criminals to steal meeting records from within Cisco’s Webex service
Research from Datto and IT Glue provides a snapshot of how managed service players are reacting to the coronavirus
At SAP Sapphire Now, SAP unveiled Climate 21, a program designed to make the intelligent enterprise more sustainable.
The Archiver project, which aims to create a hybrid cloud-based data preservation environment for scientific researchers across Europe, has named the ICT suppliers in the running to deliver on its vision
Information commissioner wants new safeguards on the use of police powers to download sensitive personal data from the mobile phones of suspects and crime victims
A global survey of IT leaders suggests the onset of the Coronavirus pandemic has contributed to a speeding up of the pace of cloud adoption, as enterprises embrace remote working
Despite the US’s resistance to an international digital services tax, the UK and other European countries plan to continue pushing for a global solution to taxing technology giants
Open source database vendors face an array of challenges and opportunities as they flock to the cloud with new database-as-a-service platforms.
Department for Health makes U-turn on contact-tracing app after trial finds distances are not measured well enough, with particular detection problems for app users with Apple iPhones
Google's new Elastifile-based Filestore High Scale gives customers a higher-performing file storage option over the cloud provider's original basic options.
Cisco will soon add virtual backgrounds on the desktop version of Webex, along with other features that will bring the platform more on par with Zoom.
Trustwave SpiderLabs researchers disclosed a vulnerability in Cisco Webex software that leaks information stored in memory, including authentication tokens.
Users of the social media platform will soon be able to opt out of seeing politically motivated posts
Lenovo’s long-term transformation from a primarily hardware supplier to an IT solutions provider is progressing, but the journey isn’t over yet
Three major technology companies have committed to not selling facial-recognition tech to law enforcement, but remain silent on how other technologies can be used to fuel racial injustice and discriminatory policing
Concern over critical national infrastructure as cyber attackers repeatedly try to gain access to network of organisations operating in multiple sectors
Cisco warns those resisting a move to services and software-led business that the coronavirus pandemic could hit them hard
BT sponsors Young Pioneer Award category as part of the AbilityNet Tech4Good Awards to hear from young people who want to improve lives by using tech
Facial recognition will make passports on the Eurotunnel an option rather than a necessity, but privacy campaigners have questioned whether gathering biometric data on passengers is necessary
Subpostmasters fighting for justice in IT scandal are pressuring government on numerous fronts, as momentum is regained after reduced activity due to Covid-19 lockdown
A quarter of victims were aged between 18 and 26, says Action Fraud
Some problems cannot be solved on binary computers. With a new set of tools, Microsoft hopes to entice developers to swap bits for QuBits
Networking technology giant adds new capabilities across its intent-based networking portfolio to give customers greater control, security, insights to drive better digital experiences.
The coronavirus pandemic has not knocked Cisco’s existing strategy off course, with the vendor convinced its channel is able to tackle current and future problems
Research finds lockdown prompts more engagement with the latest technology and gadgets for the home, but a quarter are concerned about a reduction in broadband performance
This month's Microsoft Authenticator for Android update allows users to check their recent account activity and change passwords within the password management app.
Datto's newest managed services market study highlighted cloud computing as an essential component of MSP portfolios; other channel news from the week.
Users of Microsoft Teams and consumer Skype can now message and call one another -- with some limitations.
Coming out of mixed first-quarter results, Dell Technologies said it plans to stay the course with its channel partner strategy.
New leaders of SAP's customer experience platform discuss its future direction, with a retrospective look at how CRM's past evolved into customer-centric CX technology.
Honeywell has delivered what it believes is the industry's fastest quantum computer. But analysts say it will take more than superior speed to win over most IT users.
SAP's Business Technology Platform groups SAP products into one foundation for developers; the SAP industry cloud initiative is designed to help develop vertical industry applications.