Individuals and organisations in APAC are encountering malware more frequently than the rest of the world, study finds
Operator announces latest part of its infrastructure evolution with 5G network designed to enhance the coverage, speed and reliability for customers across Canada
Vendors launch fresh products and services to make sure the channel has the answers that customers are increasingly looking for
Data management player gives partners the chance to pitch a more flexible payment model
Healthcare regulator will be discussing concerns about former NHS boss chairing an NHS trust at an upcoming meeting
Government accelerates the roll-out of electronic signalling, pumping £350m into a digital signalling system on the East Coast Mainline
Lors de son Summit EMEA, AWS a une nouvelle fois tenté de déminer la loi américaine face aux arguments des acteurs européens, et évoque le chiffrement ainsi que la gestion des clefs par le client pour mettre fin au débat.
Campaigners claim built-in algorithmic bias makes processing of visa applications ‘discriminatory’
UK mobile network operator aims to take advantage of mass increase in home working, which will likely persist into next year and beyond, by offering medium and enterprise-sized businesses packages for reliable connectivity
Managed services player Agilitas continues to use partnerships as a way of reaching out to more of the market
As people return to work and campus, there's a growing demand for tools that can quickly find coronavirus risks.
William Largent became Veeam CEO in January after a multibillion-dollar acquisition and before a pandemic. Here's his take on 2020 so far, and what lies ahead following VeeamON.
Multi-cloud hosted services planned for HashiCorp products, including Consul, Vault and Nomad, would reduce IT ops overhead, users say, but prices must be affordable.
Microsoft is acquiring CyberX to boost its IoT security offerings, though it's unknown whether CyberX will remain a separate entity or be integrated into Microsoft.
The recently launched ThoughtSpot Embrace for AWS enables access to AI-driven analytics in Amazon Redshift, without requiring users to move or cache data.
Strategy will set out how to increase tech-led economic growth and productivity after the Covid-19 pandemic, says digital secretary Oliver Dowden
5G will account for a fifth of mobile subscriptions by 2025 in Southeast Asia and Oceania, underscoring the keen adoption of emerging technologies in the Asia-Pacific region
Huawei is pumping in S$5m this year to develop joint partner offerings in Singapore with a focus on artificial intelligence
Brits are understandably more worried about the NHS than personal cyber security
Ahead of the expected US spectrum auction in December 2020, Nokia completes first successful US-based 5G trial in C-band
Knowing what is deployed is the first step in any transformation exercise, and a strong IT asset management practice lowers risk
Survey from construction management software provider reveals Covid-19 has caused a mind-shift, with the industry realising the benefits of integrated platform technology to improve transparency among teams working remotely
Channel player Maintel is looking to sign up more managed service and cloud providers to take its ICON platform out to market
By masquerading as a legitimate Adobe web application, the new malware strains can trick Mac users into bypassing their on-board defences
UK array maker hopes to be the storage provider of choice for those that really value their data, with highly optimised Ceph-powered hardware aimed at HPC users and enterprises
Issue relates to how web browsers cached confidential data entered in Twitter’s ads and analytics services, but is unlikely to have resulted in compromise
Salesforce's free training site, Trailhead, got AI features based on its products recommendation engine to guide admins, developers and consultants on personalized paths.
More diverse hackers enhance the ability of both traditional and cutting-edge cyber security solutions to find and fix vulnerabilities, according to a new report from Bugcrowd
Zerto CEO Ziv Kedem said the company is focused more on profit and self-sustainability than growth. The funding will go toward improving products, marketing and partnerships.
Irish eyes smiling as Republic’s heath executive said to be on verge of giving greenlight to Covid-19 tracker app, while UK reveals £11.8m cost of development to date for no return as yet
IT has always strived to align with the business, but recent research has found that users are struggling to take on tech innovations
Data management vendor Collibra rolled out its new data intelligence platform featuring four new tools on Tuesday during Data Citizens '20, the vendor's virtual user conference.
With networks becoming an increasingly critical part of business operations, network intelligence platform provider finds 65% of networking professionals felt extremely or somewhat concerned about their organisation’s network capacity during pandemic heights
Virgin Hyperloop turned to Databricks to horizontally scale out and speed up its processes as it works to create a new form of transportation.
Several companies plan to pull their adverts from Facebook in protest at its unwillingness to deal with hateful content on its platforms
Looking to ‘command’ 5G infrastructures, network monitoring and assurance technology firm unveils what it claims is first patented 3D 5G geolocation system
The office environment has an important to to play, and staff are starting to return as the coronavirus lockdown eases. Cancom's UK boss is encouraging others to open their offices once more
Dell EMC VxRail hyper-converged infrastructure expands E Series models with AMD EPYC processors. New VxRail D Series is built to withstand extreme temperature and shock.
Nebulon Cloud-Defined Storage is on-premises-based, using controllers on PCI cards inside servers and AI-driven cloud management for application owners.
The priorities of organizations have changed due to COVID-19, and with that Qlik's Dan Sommer says the evolution of expected BI trends has been temporarily delayed.
After a flurry of devastating ransomware attacks in 2019, MSPs and vendor partners are improving security to prevent history from repeating during the pandemic.
Adam Kocoloski, VP and CTO of IBM cloud data services, details IBM's direction and strategy for cloud databases and explains why Cloudant is changing to boost scalability.
Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai lends weight to online launch event, underscoring cloud supplier’s resolve to carve out a bigger slice of the country’s fast-growing public cloud market
UK adults now spend more than a quarter of their waking day online with services such as Zoom seeing unprecedented growth, according to Ofcom’s latest study of the nation’s online lives
HPE kicks off its Discover event with a range of enhancements for the channel around its GreenLake proposition
Aternity’s latest Productivity Tracker sees Microsoft fight back against conferencing tool that has enjoyed stellar growth since the Covid-19 lockdowns began
IT services company CGI responds to Met Police call by offering its staff the opportunity to take 11 days paid leave to volunteer their time
HPE took another step toward being an as-a-service company with several new cloud services that the company claims make it easier for users to connect the cloud to edge devices.
Surprising findings from an Okta report on digital identity suggest Brits would be willing to part with valuable personal data for a surprisingly low amount
Future Macs will not run on Intel processors but on Apple silicon chips. The change could present compatibility issues, although it could be a step toward a consistent user experience.
Second Sight is working with law firm in appeals by subpostmasters against criminal convictions in Horizon IT scandal
The UK’s three main political parties are collecting personal data on voters, but much of it is wrong and its use may fall foul of data protection laws
HPE Cloud Volumes Backup provides common data format for Commvault, TrendMicro, Veeam and Veritas backups to serve secondary workloads in the public cloud.
Two years after its implementation, an EU report says that the GDPR is achieving what it set out to do, with a few reservations
Some applications are simply not a good fit for the public cloud. So while organisation may go cloud-native, they still need to support on-premise IT
Research commissioned by Ciena reveals how coronavirus pandemic will likely change UK internet usage, as increased use of online home working applications is complemented by commensurate rise in online education
Designed for use with Intel's new Cooper Lake Xeon Scalable processors, the next version of Optane memory modules is expected to ship in servers in late 2020.
Amazon’s carbon footprint continues to grow, jumping 15% in one year, with the company maintaining it will take some time for its green investments to yield measurable results
Terraform 0.13, recently released to public beta, includes support for complex infrastructure deployments that users have eagerly awaited.
President Trump's six-month H-1B work visa ban arrives in response to the jobs impact of the pandemic. But it's unlikely to have much of an effect on jobs.
Zoom's impending release of end-to-end encryption will pressure competitors to follow suit.
HashiCorp Consul users are mulling how to extend service discovery into service mesh. The vendor has added gateway support to ease this transition.
Databricks bought Redash, a data visualization vendor, to boost its own visualization capabilities. Databricks had largely relied on partnerships with other vendors for such tools.
PostgreSQL database users including Ikea and Konica Minolta Healthcare detail how and why they chose to use the open source database at the Postgres Vision 2020 virtual conference.
Robotic process automation veterans at Blue Prism's virtual conference talk business process automation strategies, obstacles and untethering bot deployments from cutting jobs.
The NCSC has racked up a million suspicious email reports from the public just two months after launching a reporting service, but the lucky sender won’t be receiving a grand prize
Veeam’s top executive in Asia-Pacific expects the company’s growth momentum in the region to continue despite the Covid-19 pandemic, and is setting sights on growth areas such as container backups
European telecoms network suppliers Ericsson and Nokia have been selected by Singapore telcos to deploy the country’s two standalone 5G networks
South Korean car manufacturer partners Google Cloud managed service provider Megazone to bring artificial intelligence-based app to market
RAN product designed to help operators generate revenue from 5G services, enable flexible end-to-end network slicing and meet IoT technology and business requirements
The UK government has still not built its Goods Vehicle Movement Service (GVMS) IT system, despite the end of the Brexit transition period looming, while the Port of Dover’s head of EU exit proposes just licensing the French IT system instead
Peer-to-peer lending pioneer works towards creating the ‘Netflix of banking’
Venture will enable retail and brand partners to work directly with UK startups and tech innovators to explore 5G-enabled solutions
The coronavirus pandemic has shown the need for fast, reliable networking across the UK. The CBI is urging the government to do more
Salesforce integrates chat, text and video collaboration into a desktop interface and a new mobile app, Salesforce Anywhere. It tracks and logs conversations and transcribes videos.
Startup to offer on-site storage with local I/O and some controller functionality in the cloud, combining software-defined and cloud to bring “fleet management at scale”
For the UK to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic, vast swathes of the population will need retraining – and overseas IT specialists will also be needed
Post Office and Fujitsu blame each other for many of the failings in the Horizon IT scandal that wrecked lives
With pubs and restaurants required to collect customer data for contact tracing when they reopen, data privacy risks will be heightened
Vendor hosts its first MSP Technology Day with remote management the focus
Study finds that despite challenges, mass remote working due to Covid-19 has been a net benefit on both sides of the Atlantic, suggesting companies should maintain some degree of flexible working
StorOne claims it will show the storage giants how to get the most out of Intel Optane drives, incorporating them alongside cheaper QLC SSDs in an all-flash array.
New approaches and team structures could be tested as a result of learnings from the work around Covid-19
Vendor’s recent VeeamON event underlined its belief in the need to focus on the data
In this Q&A, ASUG CEO Geoff Scott discusses what SAP customers say about the intelligent enterprise and how companies that are moving to it have an advantage in uncertain times.
Qlik said augmented intelligence features and embedded BI will feature prominently in future updates, which are expected to include capabilities such as data integration.
At the Spark + AI Summit 2020, Starbucks and health IT vendor Cerner Corp. outlined how they use Databricks' Data Lake architecture to accelerate data analytics.
Snyk recently released its fourth annual 'State of Open Source Security' report, which analyzed open source statistics, vulnerability trends and security culture.
Puppet's IT automation system Relay, now in beta, offers an event-driven take on IT workflows, but the vendor must clearly establish the product's value over competing DevOps systems.
A Salesforce-backed DNS security model to prevent downtime could become standard for multi-tenant cloud providers.
Enterprises won't see much benefit from the features in the iOS 14 update Apple announced this week, but some changes may improve collaboration.
Vouchers subsidise the cost for rural homes and businesses to install next-generation, gigabit-capable broadband
As some countries begin to gradually ease Covid-19 lockdown measures, cyber criminals’ tactics are changing, but the pandemic remains a tempting lure
Comms specialist has seen a response from customers to the lockdown, with many reaching out for higher-speed digital solutions
Context has shared its latest analysis of the market, and its expectations should bring some cheer to hard-pressed printer specialists
Bank offers 300 candidates virtual placements on internship programme
Act-On's product upgrades include a partnership with Zapier and enhancements to SMS and email messaging to customers, as well as new creation tools for edits on landing pages.
Employee password lockouts and inability to access on-premise applications were among the top challenges faced by CIOs in keeping remote workers up and running during lockdown
Chinese telecoms equipment provider sets out plans to build an optoelectronics R&D and manufacturing centre in the heart of Silicon Fen
Qumulo Shift for Amazon Web Services S3 copies data directly to Amazon Simple Storage Service, without mount points or application rewrites, to enable file sharing directly in AWS.
Amazon Web Services has delivered a new no-code tool called Honeycode. It is a fully managed service with a spreadsheet user interface for non-programmers to create apps.
The operators of Maze ransomware claim to have breached LG, offering three screenshots as proof. One of those screenshots features LG product source code.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown how much can be achieved in a short period with a strong partnership between government and industry – and this needs to continue
Customers who need comprehensive information about their SAP environments can now use the new SAP for Me portal to get a complete and transparent look at all the products in the system.
Slack now lets as many as 20 organizations communicate in a shared channel. But users will have to wait for other enhancements to the external collaboration feature.
Global automotive giant gains funding to implement and develop the potential of 5G in electric vehicle manufacturing processes in particular as regards cross-site connectivity
With Databricks and MLflow, an Argentinian bank modernized its infrastructure, increased customer retention and better managed its machine learning models.
Businesses can choose from a growing number of mobile apps and Wi-Fi software to protect workers from COVID-19. But tech won't succeed without top-of-the-line privacy protection.
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