Indian mobile network operator Jio Platforms has built a 5G solution that will meet domestic and global demand for 5G services
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency has introduced a 24/7 chatbot, modernised its core IT network and is prototyping robotic process automation
Riverbed survey shows new technology investments are expected to enhance corporate performance and wellness as employees increasingly work from anywhere and employers adopt hybrid working models
The Department of Health and Social Care failed in its legal obligation to complete a mandatory Data Protection Impact Assessment
Another busy few days across the industry, with some senior appointments being made
Analysis of remote employee experience and digital workplace post-Covid finds enterprise remote workers have encountered long wait times to address IT and other technical issues
Sector review, first touted in the 2020 Budget, aims to find ways to boost competitiveness and growth
Research from Netacea finds that although awareness of malicious bot activity is high, many are underestimating its true impact
Cloud-native, dual-mode 5G core will provide container-based microservice architecture to help Japanese operator develop new business models
A new Gartner survey projects that about half of all office workers will continue to work remotely full-time once the pandemic ends. Not everyone agrees with the forecast.
There is growth out there in the market, but the channel will need to shift the product mix to ensure it picks it up, says Canalys
Information Commissioner’s Office annual report reflects on a busy period, during which it levied two of the largest fines so far seen under the GDPR
The boroughs working in local government coalition LOTI are focusing on joining up and acting on data-driven insights to help communities through the crisis and beyond
Incident from network engineering team’s routine router configuration update work sees major outage on backbone leading to drops in internet services in Europe, US and Latin America
A new deal between SAP and Siemens combines SAP ERP systems with Siemens Teamcenter PLM platform, enabling companies to develop an end-to-end digital thread for manufacturing.
Twitter was breached last Wednesday though a social engineering attack. Forty-five accounts were hijacked and up to eight accounts may have had their private messages stolen.
Salesforce adds B2C-friendly order-management features to support internationalization of e-commerce, as well as pre-built integrations to channels such as Google and Instagram.
A government-appointed panel recommends strong deterrence and other measures to be implemented in Australia’s next cyber security strategy
Time and cost savings achieved by RPA pilot were high and customer experience improved, says bank
Analyst firm Canalys has moved its event online, which should give more people the chance to attend
Self-organising network software deployed to boost automation of leading Australian comms operator’s wide radio access networks as it continues its evolution towards 5G services
Programme to be extended gradually until April 2023 to cover business below the VAT threshold and income tax self-assessments above £10,000 a year
Country-specific coronavirus responses directly correlate to IBM customer IT investments, with some contemplating dialling back cloud subscriptions
Russia has been hacking the UK for years and the British government has also known about it for years, according to the Intelligence and Security Committee’s report
Motor manufacturer agrees to double-down on its use of EcoDataCenter's environmentally friendly colocation facilities
Public sector needs to change the way data is shared, clarify governance arrangements and work on building public trust and awareness, according to a Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation report
Online misinformation about Covid-19 continues to spread unchecked, according to a DCMS committee report which has accused the government of dragging its feet over online harms
Microsoft takes on Qualtrics with Dynamics 365 Customer Voice, a customer experience feedback tool native to its platform for retailers and B2B users.
One of the UK’s largest local government authorities implements cloud-based communications system to keep critical services running while keeping agents safe during UK lockdown
Launching a bank during a global crisis is fraught with risk, but an established customer base, experience, agility and diversification could help Zopa do just that
The complementary capabilities of ThoughtSpot's BI platform and VoiceBase's speech analytics tools can now be combined due to a new strategic partnership between the vendors.
IBM rolled out a low-end Power system with pay-as-you-go pricing to make it easier for users to deploy hybrid clouds for mission-critical applications.
A database technology project originally developed at MIT gets new funding that will help the startup database vendor grow and aim at a broader market.
SAP Fieldglass has created a marketplace for finding contingent employees. It was created in response to COVID-19, and will operate through the end of the year.
Microsoft addresses 'digital first responders,' while citing cloud computing, remote work and purpose-driven digital transformation at virtual Inspire 2020.
Children's charity claims earlier move to off-premise cloud collaboration and communication platform is paying dividends during its teams’ response to the coronavirus
Computing giant Intel is pushing deeper into the enterprise with investments in data-centric and emerging technologies along with partnerships with local firms to develop new solutions
Capita will implement the network infrastructure that will enable the emergency services mobile network to work on the London Underground
Businesses will have to conduct legal assessments to ensure they can transfer data from the EU to the US and other countries, following a European Court of Justice ruling
Deal worth €200m sees Dutch channel player start life under a different owner
With the addition of SD-WAN Secure, software-defined network and cloud platform claims to be the sole source of a single, unified SD-WAN solution
Analysis of the market from Context reveals that the end of the second quarter continued to deliver growth for many across Western Europe, in spite of the pandemic
IBM’s financial services cloud is gathering steam as more banks join its public cloud ecosystem of finance firms and developers
The two hackers allegedly worked with the Chinese Ministry of State Security, targeting intellectual property and confidential business information
Computacenter provides investors with some cheer after sharing an encouraging trading update for the first half of 2020
Cyber attacks are up by one-third as the coalescence of cyber activity and nation state-linked threats around the pandemic bears fruit for bad actors
New technology aims to provide ‘direct to 5G’ entry point for high-spec industrial use case validation and ecosystem development
As companies adjust to digital office life in the pandemic era, a host of Nordic startups are already helping them convert these short-term fixes into long-term strategy
Dubai-based international shipping and logistics firm Aramex is in the midst of a cloud-focused digital transformation designed to tighten up its last-mile delivery operations with the help of Rackspace Technology
Microsoft could be set for another joust with the EU, as its rival, Slack, files an anti-competitive complaint
Lloyds Banking Group continues its digital journey by investing in and investigating a cloud-based payments service
Revealed during the keynote of Commvault's FutureReady virtual event, Hyperscale X marks the first time a Commvault product has integrated Hedvig technology.
As it pushes towards becoming carbon neutral, Microsoft has started to look at how it can replace backup power generators in its datacentres
Prime minister Boris Johnson has taken away responsibility for the government use of data from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and given it to the Cabinet Office
UK government issues written statement supporting the deployment of 5G and extending 4G mobile coverage to hitherto badly served rural area
Lightbits Labs' LightOS now enables application servers to access NVMe flash SSDs in a cluster of servers -- not just a single box -- over standard Ethernet via NVMe over TCP.
Nvidia and the University of Florida have teamed up to build what they claim will be the fastest AI supercomputer in academia, capable of hitting 700 petaflops of performance.
Users reacted positively to the latest VMware load-balancing product. The NSX Advanced Load Balancer promises to improve application performance in a VMware NSX-T virtual network.
For Microsoft, digital transformation provides a large, growing market for its partner ecosystem. Specific opportunities include cloud migration, AI and virtual desktops.
The UK’s sports industry is under near constant cyber attack, according to new statistics from the National Cyber Security Centre
More than three-quarters of APAC firms struggle to revise their financial plans amid the Covid-19 pandemic, with many still lacking agile systems and processes, a new study finds
US comms giant sends 800Gbps across long-distance fibre in preparation for significant increase in amount of data from enterprise and consumer 5G applications
While economies are set to shrink, businesses are leaning on tech to support operations, says Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella
A consultation has been launched to gather views on how digital approaches can improve trader and traveller demands by 2025
Startups should begin building up their resilience to resist unattractive acquisition bids ahead of post-Covid recession
Backup player set to replace Fujitsu/Red Hat-based backup appliances with new hardware and storage software from Hedvig, which it bought late last year
Analyst says UK’s slower response to the coronavirus, combined with Brexit, will have a big impact on GDP and, as a consequence, IT spending will decline
Civil service revealed to have taken the rare step of alerting government that $500m investment in troubled satellite company would bring no discernible benefit
Security player keen to get the channel working alongside users that are being supported with licences and assessments
Shift to remote working has prompted CIOs to up their spending on cloud-based desktop offerings, with desktop as a service on course to become the fastest-growing part of the wider public cloud market this year
In a bid to stem the spread of disinformation and prevent real-world harm, Twitter is taking action against QAnon conspiracists
Vendor has made a series of enhancements to its partner programme in an effort to widen the base and improve life for those that are already signed up
A new report by Check Point Software Technologies revealed attackers were abusing Google Cloud Functions to hide their phishing links within public cloud services.
The third generation of Nexsan Unity appliances introduced interoperability with Assureon for extra ransomware defense and the ability to connect and migrate to 18 public clouds.
Software player Sage is on a mission to become a SaaS player, and its third quarter update has indicated the progress made so far
Enterprise Presto SQL vendor Starburst updated its data query platform with expanded support for legacy Hadoop workloads as well as modern cloud data lake deployments.
Google has added team project channels and video conferencing to the G Suite app Gmail. The move provides G Suite with its first unified interface for collaboration.
NetApp continues to evolve its channel strategy with a raft of partner program updates. NetApp partners will have access to new incentives, simplified sales processes and more.
As Microsoft adds new features to Power BI, augmented intelligence and embedded analytics will continue to be a focus, Microsoft revealed during its Inspire user conference.
SAP and IBM are enhancing their longstanding partnership by teaming up to help companies develop industry-specific applications on SAP Industry Cloud and move to S/4HANA.
Microsoft revealed new security products and features this week, including an Endpoint Data Loss Prevention product as well as "Double Key Encryption" for Microsoft 365.
Immuta has extended its data governance with new features that help enterprises with data privacy compliance for Databricks Unified Data Analytics Platform workloads.
Microsoft Lists, launching in July, is intended to help organizations store and track selected information from 365. Lists will come with the productivity suite.
A new threat has hit more than 1,000 unsecured databases on ElasticSearch, MongoDB and other platforms, destroying data and replacing files with a single word: meow.
China is shoring up investments in cloud computing, datacentres and the internet of things, among other areas, to ready itself for the post-Covid-19 world
Vendor looks to end box-ticking exercise and deliver more customised support for partners
This appears to be the week for many vendors to announce partner programme enhancements and changes
The government’s innovation programme will initially pump £15m into projects using space technology to tackle global issues, as well as international space projects and partnerships
HMRC is seeking feedback on its plans to tackle tax-avoidance scheme promoters, in the wake of criticism over its past enforcement of the loan-charge policy
Digital, and in particular a focus on digital skills, will be extremely important for the UK as it aims to recover from the pandemic, according to a parliamentary group
The Common Platform digital system will eventually replace a series of existing software applications, and will be rolled out to criminal courts over the next year
Cloud-first-managed wide area network provider and threat prevention specialist collaborate to produce integrated security and SD-WAN-as-a-service solution
Slovenia’s leading telco unveils the first in a number of phases in its evolution towards next-gen communications
Science and Technology Committee will look at the role of technology and innovation as the UK recovers from the coronavirus pandemic
Current careers guidance and recruitment processes for security jobs are not working for people with ADHD, autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia, but the problem is fixable with a little attention to detail
Details are thin on the ground following a major service outage at Garmin, prompting industry speculation that the firm has fallen victim to a ransomware attack
The GovStart 2020 accelerator programme is looking for innovators working on transport, health and workforce-related technology to help get more startups working on the delivery of public services
As Microsoft continues to push into vertical markets, the company wants to incorporate ISVs and systems integrators into its strategy; other news from the week.
Deal will bring Openet’s open and network-centric technologies to Amdocs’ portfolio of more than 350 service provider customers worldwide
COVID-19-related return-to-work apps are getting the attention of Microsoft, which has released the app built on its Power Platform to help manage people and facilities.
The shift to remote work and accelerated cloud migrations during the pandemic have resulted in strong revenue growth for Microsoft. The company reported its Q4 earnings this week.
Microsoft Teams can now turn your smartphone into a walkie-walkie. The feature recently launched in public preview on Android mobile devices.