Singapore’s DBS Bank is organising an AWS DeepRacer League to equip thousands of employees with skills in artificial intelligence and machine learning
The second phase of the government’s income support scheme for the self-employed goes live today, prompting renewed calls for the eligibility criteria to be broadened so that more people can benefit
Suite of internet-of-things products includes thermal-imaging tablet that can read a user’s surface body temperature from a metre away
Canada has become an increasingly popular target for phishing attacks, according to several security vendors, but the reasons for the increase remain a mystery.
With the Lens Kubernetes IDE in hand, Mirantis wants to connect directly to a developer base that is becoming more influential in the enterprise.
Scale Computing HC3 integrated Acronis SCS Cyber Backup 12.5 Hardened Edition to provide a strong ransomware defense offering for public sector customers.
With the huge increase in remote working, Element is using an open, decentralised network to give organisations more control over their communications
StarHub customers will be among the first in Singapore to access 5G services which are being delivered through a non-standalone network
Oracle claims it is addressing the limitations of competing services by offering better security controls, consolidated billing and global availability
A fresh face is at the helm in the UK&I at IBM, while there have also been moves at Corelight and Adaptiv Networks
Hardware giant becomes the first non-cloud provider to sign preferential pricing deal with government’s Crown Commercial Service, as push to encourage public sector move to cloud accelerates
Dynamic Data Acceleration moves data to media dependent on file size and claims performance advantage over rival as it gets the best out of flash and spinning disk hard drives
Oracle may be about to make a bid to acquire the US operations of TikTok from its Chinese parent ByteDance, according to the FT
Employees sitting in security operations centres are showing signs of cracking under increasing pressure
Cruise ship operator is likely to be the victim of a major data breach after customer information is apparently stolen in a ransomware attack
In the two weeks since it went live, Northern Ireland’s Covid-19 test and trace app has been downloaded a quarter of a million times
One of the challenges for IT departments during the coronavirus pandemic is that staff sometimes need to come into the office, which poses health risks
UK Biobank is looking to the cloud to help democratise access to its research data, and ensure the information it holds can be used by as broad a user base as possible
The government wants industry’s views on plans to use automation technology to take control of cars travelling at speeds of up to 70mph, keeping them safely in the lane on motorways
NHS Test and Trace boss Dido Harding will run a new National Institute of Health Protection dubbed “the best chance” of beating coronavirus by health secretary Matt Hancock
After a three-year spell running Cisco Canada, Rola Dagher returns to step into the shoes vacated by Joyce Mullen
Back-to-work planning is prompting deeper integration of data in HCM systems, something IBM and Workday are doing jointly. It's also prompting new uses for people counting systems.
Fungible, backed with $300 million-plus in funding, launches data processing unit (DPU) chips it will use to build high-performance composable infrastructure storage systems.
A clear data governance policy and effective training are critical to enabling self-service analytics users to make data-driven decisions for their organizations.
Established as a systems integrator, iXsystems sells open source NAS appliances. A single software code now unifies the TrueNAS Enterprise and TrueNAS Core versions.
As the world partially reopens businesses shuttered due to the pandemic, new e-commerce tech investments may make gains from earlier this year permanent.
The Apache Software Foundation issued security advisories last week for two Apache Struts vulnerabilities that were originally patched but not fully disclosed last fall.
As cybercriminals circumvent immutable backup by stealing admin credentials, Asigra 14.2 counters with Deep MFA, asking for permission whenever changes to backup policies are made.
Microsoft is pitching its new dual-screen Surface phone as a productivity powerhouse. Experts said the high Surface Duo price tag will limit its potential market.
IBM's Power10 chip promises to make life easier for IT pros installing hybrid clouds -- but they will have to wait until late next year to see for themselves.
Global internet firms want government to ensure its new digital strategy has coherent policy and regulatory goals
Zoom’s new Singapore datacentre is expected to shore up the performance of its conferencing tool and phone service in the city-state
Co-chairs of Loan Charge All Party Parliamentary Group write to Rishi Sunak to seek a fairer deal for contractors caught by HMRC’s disguised remuneration policy
Group action brings together millions of victims who stayed at the Starwood hotel chain over a four-year period
Delays and postponements in the auditing process are putting hard-earned security and data protection certifications at risk of lapsing
HM Revenue & Customs received thousands of reports of coronavirus phishing scams exploiting its name during April, May and June
Backup giant set to add continuous data protection for the most critical workloads, plus Google cloud as a target – all on the back of a storming quarter during the pandemic
Channel player continues to deliver growth as it issues a trading update to cover its last fiscal quarter
Open source is more than something indulged in by techies who love to program – it offers collaboration that transcends cultures to solve real-world problems
Funding package aimed at improving internet access for 23,000 low-income households
Colocation giant says it is undertaking a review into the power outage that blighted users of its Docklands facility to guard against it occurring again
The growing popularity of Kubernetes GitOps tools reflects increasing cloud-native maturity and complexity among enterprise shops such as American Express.
Salesforce's voice assistant made a big splash at Dreamforce last year, but the AI tool -- personified with the Einstein brand -- didn't survive the pandemic.
Data lake vendor Qubole unveiled a data pipeline service, a new tool designed to enable organizations to manage their increasing amounts of streaming data.
Dell Technologies has created a real-time dashboard to make sense of data about the Covid-19 coronavirus and safely guide its employees’ return to the workplace
Several key parts of Google’s cloud-based productivity suite of products are experiencing technical difficulties, with users across Europe reporting issues
A large number of customers say the way they have been forced to shop during the pandemic will have a lasting impact on their shopping behaviours
Government seeks technologies that allow police officers to use less lethal means to stop violent or armed offenders
Poly chooses ex-TiVo exec Dave Shull for CEO, a move some UC analysts say will bring a fresh perspective to the company. Others are less enthusiastic.
Research from managed service provider 2nd Watch highlights cloud challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic, and how enterprises are responding to them
UK’s certification body says refreshed guidance is in place to cover the possibility of lapsed ISO certifications
The amount of students deciding to take GCSE computing in England drops despite an increase last year
Paul Hunter heads to the US, leaving a vacancy at the top of the vendor’s channel organisation
If U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris becomes vice president, she may use her new position to seek action over the use of AI in HR, especially around facial analysis technologies.
Google is adding a series of enhancements to its cloud database portfolio, with new capabilities for the Bigtable data store, Firestore mobile database and other platforms.
Arista's CloudVision as a service will have a higher subscription price than the on-premises version. The vendor says the new product will have better network analytics.
NAND flash and enterprise SSD prices that spiked in early 2020 will continue to fall through the end of the year and into 2021 as demand weakens, industry analysts predict.
Snyk has introduced a new tool to help developers secure their infrastructure-as-code configurations. Accurics also upgraded its infrastructure-as-code security tool.
Elastic updated its platform with a new unified agent for collecting data from different sources and a newly enhanced view for data observability across different types of data.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is suing RI Advice for cyber security breaches at the financial firm’s authorised representatives
Feedback from MicroScope’s virtual channel event reveals some insights into the current thinking in the industry, with the majority focusing on virtual events and stating they're happy with support – but nearly a quarter say more could be done
Small confidence boost for small to medium-sized enterprises puts tech investment back on the table over coming 12 months
Cross-party group of MPs say the ICO has failed to enforce data protection standards or hold the government to account over the unlawful Test and Trace programme
Dutch privacy organisation SOMI claims TikTok falls short in protecting young users, and that it is likely violating GDPR
Government reveals details of funding for Scottish residents who fall outside reach of its primary broadband project
Vendor has seen users turn to its technology during the pandemic and is keen to make sure they remain there for the long-term
Behavioral analytics tell more about a person's true self than consumer data, according to Gravy Analytics CEO Jeff White, and are therefore key to data-driven decisions.
Acronis True Image 2021 added malware detection, monitoring and quarantining capabilities. It can now deliver both backup and security in one product, on one UI.
Joe Sullivan, who was fired by Uber in 2017, was charged by federal prosecutors for allegedly covering up a massive 2016 data breach at the ride-sharing company.
OpenTelemetry combines multiple CNCF observability projects, as well as multiple enterprise data collection mechanisms, simplifying Kubernetes monitoring.
Tax compliance think tank TaxWatch is calling for a criminal fraud investigation to be launched into the promoters of disguised remuneration schemes to curb the continued proliferation of new tax avoidance arrangements
Out of 365 ICS vulnerabilities that were disclosed by the National Vulnerability Database in the first half of 2020, Claroty found more than 70% can be remotely exploited.
As Kubernetes matures, community maintainers weigh enterprise demand for secure upstream defaults against concerns about sprawl and customizability.
New research by Rackspace Technology revealed organizations are grappling with cloud cost governance and optimization; other channel news from the week.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given some healthcare technologies a boost. AI in clinical decision support isn't one of them, according to experts.
OnwardMobility is betting the return of the physical keyboard to its new BlackBerry will garner fans among mobile professionals. The phone is set for release next year.