Infor’s Nexus unit has been supporting digitalisation efforts in Asia’s supply chain industry before the Covid-19 pandemic, which has accelerated adoption of cloud-based offerings in the region
For his first global CIO role, the IT chief had to tackle unusual challenges such as reliable networking and IT use in inhospitable mining environments in developing countries
Government plans to deliver UK’s first sovereign space capability through constellation of low Earth orbit satellites, but $500m investment is criticised
Tech London Advocates launches an online hub to provide schools, students and parents with resources to build digital skills
The Magecart credit card skimmer found on the website of retailer Claire’s Accessories was likely put there by the Lazarus or Hidden Cobra North Korean APT group, reports Sansec
Software engineers who want to contribute to open source projects must convince conservative corporate legal departments it's worth the potential risk to corporate IP.
UK operator says standalone wireless technology will support capabilities such as network slicing, bringing efficiency benefits in mission-critical services
Darren Hedley will step into Emma de Sousa’s role as Insight’s UK senior vice-president from the start of next year
UK ferry port takes advantage of suppliers remote-working capability to complete IT project during lockdown
Firm follows up on launch of business-grade connectivity offering, with details of how it plans to support its channel partners
If Dell decides to spin out VMware, some analysts think VMware would benefit the most. But Dell could also benefit from finding a new software partner.
Norwegian airport operator introduces touchless travel check-in to limit the potential spread of Covid-19
Converged technology, mobile and fixed line telecoms provider’s new division aims to help companies get the ‘smartest approach’ to their operations
Actifio's complaint alleges Rubrik's products, including its 'Brik' appliances and Cloud Data Management software, infringes on four of Actifio's patents.
A critical remote code execution vulnerability that was disclosed and patched just days ago is already being exploited by threat actors.
London Office for Rapid Cybersecurity Advancement announces the cyber security scale-ups that will make up its fifth cohort
A report from the Lloyd’s Register Foundation is calling for urgent action to secure industrial infrastructure, as the IoT leaves it increasingly exposed
Nutanix’s business in ASEAN grew by over 40% as the region’s enterprises warm to hybrid and multi-cloud services
Fujifilm Software Defined Tape allows tape libraries to act as an S3-based object storage archive accessible as a tier of storage on-premise or in the cloud
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The Australian government will examine if certain government datasets should be declared sovereign and only be hosted in the country
Described as not being a silver bullet on its own, the UK’s contact-tracing app is also a silver bullet that won’t be fired any time soon, as leaders of development project struggle to convince Lords committee of progress to date
Specialist managed services provider is restoring customer access to systems after an unspecified ransomware incident
In support of its multi-cloud ambitions, Deutsche Bank commits to in-house digital transformation with Google Cloud, which will also see the pair collaborate on bringing new customer-facing services to market
Business and ethical pressures have given rise to new types of open source licenses in the last year, presenting challenges to enterprises that want to contribute to projects.
Banks are recruiting senior thinkers from within the IT sector as digital transformations mature
Cato aims to keep channel momentum going with addition of global partner executive and technical support programme
BI vendor Sisu on Tuesday revealed its second update since emerging from stealth in late 2019 featuring new tools aimed at quickly identifying why changes occur in data sets.
Distributor Nuvias develops standalone unit focusing on cloud and anything-as-a-service options
Leading communications technology supplier announces update in open radio access network solutions to support more rapid development of open innovation ecosystem and telecom supply chain
Global telco ups the ante in French operator wholesale market by partnering with Prixtel to enable customers to download electronic SIM card to latest smartphones
Cyber4Summer platform will offer 100 different tracks covering a range of security skills to divert them from falling into a life of cyber crime
Latest market tracker data from Synergy Research Group shows no evidence of Covid-19 dampening demand for hyperscale datacentre capacity across the globe
Informatica brought new features to its enterprise data catalog, including Data Asset Analytics, a tool to help organizations understand the value of their data.
Despite the prevalence of cloud storage and data backups, important files are still lost. Microsoft's Windows File Recovery tool aims to address the problem.
Where IT complexity is a given, a policy-driven approach and effective monitoring are vital for success
Pentaho product helps business customer service reps of Switzerland’s largest telecommunications company and leading IT services provider provide better, faster service through centralised hub
Victims of the Post Office Horizon IT scandal need to raise thousands of pounds in a week or those responsible for their suffering will avoid scrutiny
The overall cyber security funding ecosystem in the UK is healthier than ever despite Covid-19, but the figures mask stark and concerning disparities in where the money is going
Cloud sales increased, as did as-a-service demands, but a snapshot into the past few months from the Global Technology Distribution Council found disties were more than able to react to the changes
Research by Digital Shadows reveals the scale of the security threat facing consumers as it uncovers 15 billion usernames and passwords stolen in more than 100,000 different data breaches
Survey reveals effect of Covid-19 in what is said to be an age of dynamic disruption, with full sight of traffic activity across much more distributed infrastructure a key priority
New IBM storage will help to optimize AI software used to analyze data and inference results. The disk-based Elastic Storage System 5000 scales to yottabyte capacities.
Newly identified Russian threat group targets large organisations with increasingly dangerous business email compromise attacks
The rise in domestic violence during the pandemic has been linked to increase use of stalkerware apps by abusers
Initiative to trademark projects aims to stop public cloud providers from offering their own managed service version of open source code
Understanding the political, social and economic relationships between different groups in society is needed to ensure location data is not used in ways that further endanger already vulnerable people on the move
Virtual SIM card plan claims to offer pathway to connect users instantly to the world’s fastest mobile network in select countries worldwide
Pavilion responds to customer demand for object storage to support AI/ML, big data analytics workloads with multi-controller NMVe flash storage architecture
A new Linux Foundation-sponsored group will support open source data management and promote interoperability between applications and data sources, on premises or cloud-based.
Newly rebranded as IBI, the former Information Builders unveiled new features at its user conference in late June centered on AI and the cloud along with its new name.
Microsoft went to court to seize several malicious domains that were used by cybercriminals in extensive phishing and BEC attacks on Office 365 accounts amid the current pandemic.
Oracle’s Dedicated Region Cloud at Customer will let enterprises run an entire cloud region in their own datacentres in a potentially game-changing move
Oracle has added Dedicated Regions to its Cloud at Customer managed service. Now customers can consume all of Oracle's cloud-based services on premises, the company says.
Chart Industries, which manufactures highly engineered cryogenic equipment, is early beneficiary of joint engineering partnership between Azure and Commvault's Metallic SaaS backup.
IBM bought a Brazilian RPA and chatbot vendor to expand its collection of automation products.
Citrix vulnerabilities in several of its networking products expose its customers to hackers looking to infiltrate computing systems.
Singapore’s Asia Digital Bank Corporation could leverage Tencent Cloud’s financial cloud platform to provide banking services to small businesses
Virtually all of the UK’s most popular restaurant and pub brands are failing to proactively block fraudulent emails from reaching their targets
Health secretary Matt Hancock has outlined how the NHS will continue to leverage digital technologies with the help of the private sector after the Covid-19 pandemic ends
On the eve of what are predicted to be swingeing limitations – if not an outright ban – on its products from UK, the Chinese communications technology supplier highlights how far its technology is embedded in national infrastructure
Infamous Joker billing fraud malware continues to sneak past Google’s security controls
Financial services firms are moving to the cloud at pace, but many are uncertain whether they could cope with an attack on an application based in the public cloud
Controversial company that scraped data from the public internet to build its facial recognition algorithm faces a joint UK-Australian investigation into its practices
Security vendor Kaspersky advises its channel base to focus on helping customers with current problems
Plans for a shared utility to monitor financial transactions in the Netherlands have been given the go-ahead after six months of proving the concept
April 2020 sees a monthly all-time high of over 200 billion hours spent using mobile apps worldwide, with video-conferencing continuing its impressive run
French motor manufacturer Renault has enlisted Google Cloud’s help to accelerate the development of its in-house data aggregation platform, and bolster the tech skills of its engineering teams
Home-working technologies are no longer just a contingency for large companies, with future working practices set to change
To deal with inefficient and unreliable processes, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Trust has implemented a case management system specifically designed for HR practitioners
A vast majority of security professionals say they experience alert fatigue, and 88% are facing challenges with their current SIEM setup, according to a report
SMS phishing scam is targeting HSBC customers in the UK to trick them into handing over their bank account details
A collaboration of NHS hospitals and health organisations in London is enhancing the use of data to improve their response to coronavirus
Vendors continue to enhance channel progammes and sign up more resellers to the fold
Next-generation optoelectronics technology designed to allow tripling of total transported capacity on long-haul links
Many ransomware attacks aren't publicly disclosed. But as ransomware gangs continue to steal, encrypt and threaten to publicly release data, that may be changing.
Users of marketing, sales and e-commerce clouds -- and vendors, too -- are vulnerable to legal action under the CCPA, as enforcement begins and civil suit plaintiffs cite the data privacy law.
The HubStor backup and archive platform offers two types of models for its vSphere support. One customer called the platform an 'incredibly valuable' collection of functions.
Following months of user uproar, Microsoft Teams will get a 7x7 video layout by the end of August.
Tellius, an analytics startup whose platform is built on AI and machine learning, introduced a SaaS version of its tools to help customers reduce costs.
Datadobi's DobiMigrate software could help customers shift data between Amazon S3 and on-premises S3-based object stores, helping eliminate egress fees charged by public clouds.
DotData opens the doors to new markets with DotData Stream, a new product that enables customers to create low-memory, low-latency models at the edge.
Covid-19 drives upsurge in home working in UK, and of those who did some work remotely, around a third worked fewer hours than usual and the same percentage worked longer hours
Vodafone and BT warn parliamentary committee of serious potential effects on cost, network service availability and 5G roll-out of removing Huawei tech from networks
Test results show new automotive technology is a reliable and high-performing solution, say partners
The cost of rolling out Universal Credit continues to rise, while only 20% of new claimants attempt to verify their identity online and digital skills remain an issue, according to the National Audit Office
Apple device users are reporting usability issues with the Spotify app, which coincides with the onset of a partial outage affecting the Facebook iOS SDK
Cloud-first WAN company and integrated cloud communications platform forge partnership to accelerate digital transformation for organisations across global workplaces
Large investors argue that HR data on diversity and even engagement is critical to understanding the risks that public firms face. They want the data standardized and published.
The second quarter proved to be a good time for those selling PCs, particularly those handling laptops
Distributor has spent the week educating and entertaining partners through its online festival
SUSE Storage Enterprise is based on commercially supported Ceph. The Linux distribution vendor reportedly will shell out $600-$700 million for Rancher Labs' Kubernetes technology.
Slack acquired business directory software maker Rimeto in a bid to promote more social connections on its platform.
Threat actors are auctioning off domain administrator accounts, selling access to the highest bidder for an average of $3,139 and up to $140,000, according to Digital Shadows.
Oracle's Autonomous Database and the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) are coming down from the cloud and are now available for users to run on premises.
Small Business Administration data showed more than 15,000 IT services firms received Paycheck Protection Act loans to handle cash flow and preserve jobs; more news from the week.
Linux provider SUSE will buy Rancher Labs, a notable company in the Kubernetes management market, to help customers manage their Kubernetes-based workloads.