An Australian paediatric research institute has started a big data initiative to facilitate early intervention in childhood conditions that may pose problems to people later in life
Collaborative framework agreement will cover a range of IT management services for use by NHS Digital and other public sector health and social care organisations
Storage player has transformed its indirect approach under its current leadership and is looking to keep that momentum going
The government has begun recruiting for a chief digital officer at permanent secretary level and Government Digital Service director general Alison Pritchard is leaving to join the Office for National Statistics
Another busy few days across the IT world with some fresh names for partners to add to their contacts book
La sortie de la nouvelle mouture du système d’exploitation mobile d’Apple est imminente. Le bon moment, donc, pour se pencher sur ses avancées et nouveautés susceptibles d’aider les administrateurs en entreprise.
The Portworx storage platform enables data persistence in large Kubernetes clusters. Data backup, automated capacity planning modules are generally available.
Aaron Au co-founded SuccessFactors, which helped bring about HR's shift to cloud-based platforms. Here's how Au, now chief strategy officer at Gloat, changed the face of HR software.
An app aimed at helping dementia patients and their families has been developed by the Alzheimer Society in the Netherlands.
The FBI and CISA have issued a joint advisory related to a vishing campaign that began in mid-July, with numerous attacks that gained access to corporate VPN credentials.
IBM's quantum technology continued its march forward, announcing one of its quantum computers achieved a quantum volume of 64, double that of its quantum systems from last year.
The acquisition of Graphus, revealed at Kaseya's Connect IT event, adds email security and anti-phishing technology to the company's management platform for MSPs.
MongoDB teams up with Alibaba Cloud to expand its presence in Asia-Pacific as it prepares to release a serverless variant of the open-source database
There is little demand for new devices and 5G technology, as enterprises focus on saving cash rather than upgrading corporate smartphones, says Gartner
Under-fire video app TikTok files a formal complaint in the federal courts challenging the Trump administration’s attempt to ban it in the US
Lord Harry Renwick, once a key influencer for technology policy in Parliament, and a long-standing friend of Computer Weekly, passed away this month
Local authorities invest in networking and contact centre technology through IT outsourcing contracts
APT group behind the infamous WannaCry incident is targeting cryptocurrency operators, according to new research
The changes that have happened over the last six months have seen many customers make a dramatic shift in their stance on digital transformation
Following on from Lustre, Intel’s DAOS is an object storage-based system with that is designed specifically for use with Optane for metadata and SSD for bulk storage in HPC environments
New Zendesk Explore Enterprise analytics and data visualization tools enable small and midsize users to create dashboards to share across organizations.
IT spending set to grow in 2021, with many organisations buying more public cloud services. Security and trust are top buying criteria
Rancho Cucamonga, a city in Southern California, moved from tape backup to Veeam software. Amid the pandemic and new protection needs, it's looking at other ways Veeam can help.
One month after the notorious 'meow' attacks were first detected, the threat to misconfigured databases exposed on the internet shows little sign of slowing down.
In a statement released late Monday night, Zoom apologized to customers and said it was focused on scaling the cloud technology behind the video conferencing service.
BackupAssist ER offers disk-to-disk-to-cloud replication as a low-cost alternative to DRaaS, but lacks the recovery speed of DRaaS. It is suited for small enterprises willing to make that tradeoff.
Redis Labs CEO Ofer Bengal gives insight into the state of the open source Redis database and caching layer, and where the vendor is headed, with a possible IPO on the horizon.
Businesses will need to shore up their productivity through technology and automation to cope with the pandemic and a shrinking workforce, says an industry expert
TechUK calls on government to make digital identity a focus of its digital strategy as the Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the ‘urgent need’ for digital IDs
The Department of Work and Pensions is looking for diverse talent to fill software and networking roles while developing skills on the job
Outgoing Amazon UK boss Doug Gurr is on the selection panel to assess candidates for the government chief digital officer role, which offers a salary of up to £200,000 per year
Landmark ruling goes in favour of Unwired Planet and Conversant Wireless and may define the future of telecoms patent licensing
Armed with $12 million in Series A venture capital financing led by New Enterprise Associates, BI startup Grid is in position to take its platform to market.
Organisations are buying more tech to keep operations running, but DRAM shortages will lead to server price increases
The operators of the Avaddon ransomware seem to be tooling up to leak the data of their victims in addition to holding it to ransom, Cofense researchers confirm
Salesforce announces 29% year-on-year revenue growth for the second quarter, and grieves for Dreamforce 2020
Vendor shares third-quarter numbers that indicate demand from customers for everything as a service is continuing to increase
There's no question that the pandemic has bolstered PC sales. But analysts disagree on whether rising PC ownership means the computer market has reached a sustainable new height.
Co-operative bank will rely more heavily on its digital channels as 18 more branches are shuttered
Vendor Pure Storage shares third quarter numbers that indicate the everything-as-a-service demand from customers is continuing to increase
Pure Storage FlashArray//C incorporates QLC NAND-based SSDs in the vendor's DirectFlash modules. The arrays are positioned as an alternative to hybrid flash for backup and DR.
The cloud data warehouse services vendor files for an IPO as it looks to build out and expand its data portfolio to help organizations manage and analyze data assets.
Event streaming vendor Confluent adds new cluster linking capabilities in its latest platform update, bringing more scalability for deployments that span multiple clouds.
An update to Google's Anthos makes the container management and orchestration platform feel more at home inside customers' data centers.
As enterprises demand faster backup and recovery, Cohesity adds software advances to DataPlatform that enable it to work better with all-flash appliances from Cisco and HPE.
New 3.5-inch 64 TB SSDs from Nimbus Data with QLC flash offer a higher-performance alternative to HDDs for enterprises trying to reduce power, cooling and rack space costs.
As MSPs look to balance customer security and in-house protection, Kaseya is continuing its investment in the cybersecurity portion of its IT management platform.
Digital minister Matt Warman and local government minister Simon Clarke want local councils to do their bit to help ensure better access to connectivity during the Covid-19 recovery
Tableau on Wednesday declined to confirm if its employees were affected by layoffs at Salesforce, the BI and analytics vendor's parent company.
Salesforce says COVID-19 did not precipitate the layoff of about 1,000 employees, but the pandemic did show the company where customer needs are headed.
The latest wave of the study investigates public attitudes on innovations such as autonomous vehicles and drones
A newly formed workers’ collective will protest outside the homes of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos seeking to secure a number of concessions for essential workers
Retailers Asda is trialling delivery management from tech platform Sorted to provide customers who have ordered clothing online with a better customer experience
TikTok CEO Kevin Mayer has resigned from the firm after just three months
Department of International Trade launches new Trade Advisory Groups to guide trade negotiations with other countries
IT leaders and senior business executives need to align their technology infrastructure priorities as businesses attempt to emerge from the Covid-19 crisis
They were clapped in the streets for their bravery at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, but some NHS staff who raise workplace concerns are suffering abuse as a result
This year’s Tour de France was delayed because of the Covid-19 pandemic. IT services company NTT has teamed up with event organiser ASO to offer a virtual experience to fans who cannot be at the roadside
Distributed denial of service attack from overseas has left stock exchange offline for days
As life gets ever closer to returning to a more normal state, the distributor has noticed enterprise projects coming back
MSP software supplier Kaseya snaps up anti-phishing service Graphus, and signals yet another acquisition on the horizon
Cisco acquires California-based BabbleLabs to enhance Webex voice quality through better noise suppression, a feature already used by competitors Google and Microsoft.
NetApp storage growth was modest last quarter, despite the pandemic, but not sufficient to forestall layoffs. The cuts include engineers and sales professionals at SolidFire.
Walmart and Northrop Grumman talk about deployment and the benefits of using the open source Kafka technology to enable modern data-driven applications.
Two more ransomware groups have apparently joined the Maze 'cartel' in an effort to expose victims' data on leak sites and shame them into paying expensive ransoms.
The U.S. Government issued a joint alert for an ATM cash-out scheme run by a newly identified North Korean nation-state hacking group known as 'BeagleBoyz.'
Global financial institution Citi puts people at the centre of its data analytics initiatives and collaborates with users to drive adoption and success
A roaring underground trade in stolen identities is undermining the Universal Credit system and could potentially defraud it out of millions of pounds
Software testing player has been added to the products that vendor allows partners to take to market
New Zealand government calls in its national cyber security agencies to help investigate a continuing cyber attack on the country’s financial systems
ONS review of data-linking practices across government is consistent with Cummings and Johnson drive to put data in command of government
Vendor is having to juggle with some challenges in the commercial print market as a result of the coronavirus pandemic
Vendor Dell adds its voice to the growing number that expect changing working patterns to remain in place after the coronavirus pandemic is over
Tech teams supporting agents working remotely on COVID-19 surveillance efforts in several U.S. cities and the state of Illinois eschew traditional IT and opt for cloud platforms.
University staff were bogged down with administrative work, but will now have time to be creative
The COVID-19 economy brings with it both boons and challenges for MSPs, including pressure to slash prices, according to speakers at Kaseya Connect IT; more news from the week.
The way President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden talk about H-1B work visas is strikingly different -- and so are the Silicon Valley donors supporting their candidacies.
What IT pros expect from remote work post-COVID-19, and ways the DevOps model for collaboration and incident response can address its human and technical problems.
The newly merged Kronos and Ultimate Software will be called UKG or Ultimate Kronos Group. Its big competitor, Workday, had an announcement of its own this week, a co-CEO.
Lifesize's Kaptivo acquisition would expand its collaboration capabilities. The video conferencing company said IP telephony or messaging could be a part of future deals.
The pandemic gave telehealth vendors a foothold in care delivery. Now Amwell and Teladoc are making strategic moves to sustain usage.
With AI and Watson Discovery, IBM is providing tennis fans with new ways to interact with each other online during this year's US Open, which will be held without live spectators.
With Microsoft 365 IE 11 support coming to an end, organizations must prepare for the day when relying on the browser is no longer an option, industry observers said.
Kaseya believes MSP M&A activity is poised to bounce back after a temporary slowdown caused by the pandemic. Get insight into what's fueling the trend.
Nutanix CEO Dheeraj Pandey declared his intent to retire, pending the appointment of his replacement, following a $750 million investment from Bain Capital Private Equity.
The Dell storage subsidiary reported a revenue decline last quarter. PowerMax and VxRail were the bright spots in Dell EMC storage. New PowerStore is expected to ramp sales in 2022.
Government funding package focuses on earlier diagnosis of cancer in the West Midlands, north of England and London