The slower growth in storage spending in India amid the Covid-19 pandemic is expected to be mitigated by digitisation efforts by financial services and manufacturing firms
New Zealand investigative journalist and author Nicky Hager said that WikiLeaks’ publication of a video showing a US helicopter firing on civilians, along with the publication of secret war logs, ‘electrified’ the world to civilian deaths
Singaporean bank has started using artificial intelligence and analytics to provide customers with hyper-personalised insights and recommendations, to win more market share
Research finds that companies must proactively address the workflow and productivity challenges remote workers continue to face in order to drive greater productivity
The government is forecasting spend to exceed £35m in the controversial contact-tracing app, a Public Accounts Committee on digital transformation in the NHS has heard
Khalid El-Masri, a German citizen who was kidnapped and tortured by the CIA in a case of mistaken identity, told a court that disclosures by WikiLeaks showed that the US had intervened in a German judicial investigation into his treatment
TikTok and WeChat seem to have received a stay of execution, but big questions and contradictions remain
Julie Berry, IT director at accountancy firm Saffery Champness, describes how her team has enhanced its advisory role to the business, in part through the implementation of a cloud-based document management system
Royal Mint freezes production of certain coins as demand dries up amid changing consumer habits
Hyper-converged infrastructure pioneer Nutanix boosts access to NVMe and potentially Optane storage with BlockStore, which avoids the need to access the deepest layers of the OS
In a move covering Poland, France and Italy, parent company of French operator Iliad announces public tender offer for leading Polish mobile provider
Another busy few days, with – amongst other moves – Dell’s former channel chief popping up as US boss at Insight
Research from leading video cloud providers show that more than two-thirds of workers want remote work options for the future
US journalist and Trump supporter, Cassandra Fairbanks, said she was given advanced details of US plans to oust Wikileaks founder Julian Assange from the Ecuadorian Embassy and to arrest him for over documents leaked by former soldier Chelsea Manning
The pandemic forced schools to make a quick transition to remote learning with little resources and weak security postures, and threat actors have increased their attacks.
The latest Google Meet features let participants see up to 49 people on-screen at a time. Other enhancements include better control over who gets access to meetings.
Australia’s national wholesale broadband provider is creating up to 240 business fibre zones across the country to provide businesses with access to its enterprise ethernet service
WikiLeaks published a cache of unredacted government cables after the publication of a book containing the password led to their publication on other parts of the internet, court told
Global healthcare group deploys software-defined wide area network to create additional operational efficiencies
The coronavirus pandemic has reduced train travel significantly, but for the rail ticketing app it’s been an opportunity to focus on using innovative technologies to help support passengers in new ways
Purpose-built joint 5G solution launched to offer ‘breakthrough’ real-time analytics to enhance customer experience and maximise investment impact
A Snowflake data warehouse pulls in data from various SaaS systems to provide master data for management reports for horticulture retailer Patch
Vendor is directing its partner base to embrace the hybrid cloud approach to safeguard their futures
Malicious TikTok accounts are promoting a number of adware scam mobile apps
Consumer goods giant Unilever is drawing on Google's cloud technologies to help it achieve its goal of finding sustainable sources of palm oil, and reduce the risk of its operations leading to deforestation
ThoughtSpot introduced the first SaaS version of its platform on Tuesday, allowing customers to pay as they go and taking away the task of deploying and managing the software.
Mainframe and SAP to provide systems of record, with real-time data for new digitisation initiatives, built on multi-cloud, RPA and low-code platforms
Engineering, construction and project management firm supports step-change in mobilisation of build projects worth £1.5bn
New Ahana cloud system brings a managed service to market that integrates data management and visualization capabilities to aid in business intelligence and data analytics.
Review seeks to determine the future of government engagement with cloud hosting services as they relate to cross-border data flows
Gaming company denies there has been any data breach after up to 500,000 accounts appeared to have been compromised, but evidence mounts that credential stuffing attacks are to blame
Leading a host of CX releases, Microsoft plans to add native voice telephony and voice-channel hooks for chatbots and transcription into its contact center platform.
Microsoft is rolling out a series of additions to its cloud infrastructure and productivity portfolio, geared towards supporting enterprises as they adjust their digital transformation plans to accommodate coronavirus challenges
IT decision-makers are more necessary than ever, but their skills are being put to the test as the implications of the pandemic and the role of technology in the business evolves, according to the 2020 global CIO survey by Harvey Nash and KPMG
The algorithm’s consistent favouring of white faces in image previews has forced the company to investigate it for racial bias
HubSpot might not yet frighten Salesforce with its competing platform, which now includes enterprise CRM, but the company definitely pushes upmarket with its latest offering.
GDS introduces Gov.uk Accounts in its latest attempt to unify the growing number of login systems used across the government web domain
Print player Lexmark adds third-party device management, free apps and touchless print into its cloud mix
Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare pulls together Microsoft products such as Microsoft 365, Azure and Microsoft Dynamics as well as partner products in one place.
CloudBees has pledged to roll out software delivery management modules by the end of the year and answered calls to adjust CloudBees CD pricing.
Not content with his stellar achievements in artificial intelligence, Chih-Han Yu wanted to create an impact with his work and formed one of Taiwan’s most important unicorns
Salesforce drops a customer data platform, new virtual sales meeting tools and makes the case for its own Experience Cloud to give users an Adobe alternate.
UK cable network reveals proof-of-concept trial to showcase multi-gigabit broadband speeds delivered without the need for additional infrastructure or civil engineering works
Governing body for Merseyside council increases multi-channel communication to speed up first-call resolution and create a richer citizen experience with remote workers
Federal agencies are warning of heightened disinformation as the crucial 2020 presidential election nears
Database giant Oracle has been added to the list of providers the Ministry of Defence has endorsed for use by the UK defence community
From credential stuffing to SQL injection and DDoS, video game producers and players are seeing massive volumes of cyber attacks
An open letter to Google, Facebook and others is calling on the tech firms to take responsibility for protecting users of their services by ending behavioural advertising to children
Firm has seen growth ramp up over the past year and is now considering more international growth
Banks pause plans to bring staff back to the office as the government backtracks on its policy
Former BT CEO charged with driving more diversification in the firms that can supply infrastructure
ConnectWise, which provides remote management software to MSPs, partnered with HackerOne in its first bug bounty program, which is part of a larger strategy to improve security.
(ISC)² research finds attitudes towards security roles are increasingly positive, but not many people fancy joining the fight against cyber crime
Commvault, Veritas, Cohesity, Clumio and Rubrik are certified as AWS Outposts Ready, ensuring their data protection products are supported on the Amazon-owned on-premises platform.
The latest group of fintechs accepted into Tech Nation’s growth programme reflects the diversification of a maturing sector
Microsoft Endpoint Manager will eventually have new tools for securing and managing Macs, iPads and virtual endpoints. A more secure Edge browser is also on tap.
Red Hat OpenShift Container Storage (OCS) now part of IBM Spectrum Discover catalog and focuses on bringing containers into production infrastructure.
As it continues its mission to develop its gigabit network, West Country full-fibre infrastructure provider gets local educational establishments enrolled on broadband fast lane
Survey shows many organisations do not intend to significantly change their data-sharing practices, at least until there is more guidance from regulators or governments
Global colocation provider CyrusOne has pledged to become a carbon-neutral operator by 2040
The combination of latest Spotfire update and a new streaming data engine marks the launch of Tibco's new analytics ecosystem that combines analytics capabilities in one experience.
Are you ready to recover from ransomware? Actifio Data Driven sessions detailed guidelines for your recovery plan that could save your business time and money.
At last week's ERP conference Inforum 2020, managers talked about their pandemic strategies, lessons learned and how COVID-19 may change the way their firms operate going forward.
Julian Assange is on the autistic spectrum and has a history of depression that would put him at risk of suicide if he is extradited to a US prison, psychiatrists tell the court
New research from ConnectWise affirms that MSPs have a fast-growing opportunity to provide cybersecurity for SMB customers. Find out what is fueling the demand.
Foreign threat actors and cybercriminals are "likely" to spread disinformation around 2020 election results through social media and also alter election-related websites.
Tibco CTO Nelson Petracek discusses the motivation for developing the vendor's new analytics experience, as well as the challenges of collaborating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Microsoft expanded its partnership with AI research organization OpenAI. The tech giant will exclusively license OpenAI's powerful GPT-3 language model.
Nearly nine in 10 Australians want more control and choice over the collection and use of their personal information amid declining trust in how organisations handle personal data, survey finds
Two-thirds of respondents in a new Splunk study expect the quantity of data to grow by nearly five times by 2025 as they embrace more emerging technologies
Teamwork and smart work technology provider takes advantage of lockdown to develop next-generation visual workspace with built-in videoconferencing
Don’t be the organisation that made the headlines because it failed to patch. Microsoft says it is seeing cyber attacks ramping up around the Zerologon CVE-2020-1472 bug
Leading Irish developer of contact-tracing technology, NearForm, bags second US state in a week with its Google and Apple API-based platform
The Open Rights Group and Big Brother Watch accuse the government of endangering public health with a reckless attitude to contact-tracing data security
NHS Improvement chair Dido Harding acknowledges receiving concerns raised about the anonymity of whistleblowers, but campaigners have little faith that anything will be done
Arriving over four months later than originally proposed, the much-delayed and much-criticised UK Covid-19 contact-tracing app is now available to download
A critical vulnerability in Instagram’s image processing could have allowed attackers to take over not just their victim’s account, but their entire device
The three vendors have all decided to enhance the programmes and certifications they can offer to partners
After funding award to develop new products and services, comms and travel consortiums will launch 5G-enabled road and rail transport trials across the West Midlands
Vast Data LightSpeed combines bulk QLC SSD storage with Intel Optane acceleration. The system supports Nvidia beta technology allowing writes from storage to GPU.
The long-awaited breakout rooms for Microsoft Teams were introduced at Ignite, along with support for more meeting participants and better ways to conduct presentations.
Digital secretary announces line-up of task force to advise on plans to open up and grow UK telecoms market following the decision to ban Huawei
Long-term archiving and offline data protection are two key uses for LTO-9, the latest generation of tapes from the LTO Program. The roadmap extends to LTO-12.
Microsoft has delivered a key component of Azure Arc -- the ability to manage Windows and Linux-based virtual and physical servers in on-premises environments and rival clouds.
Nigel Blackwood, NHS consultant psychiatrist, told the Old Bailey court that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had ‘moderate depression’ and autistic traits, but said they did not prevent his extradition
In its ongoing attempt to extend the reach of analytics to more users, Microsoft, during its virtual user conference, unveiled a new data storytelling feature for Power BI.
Canadian e-commerce company Shopify disclosed a data breach involving two insider threats, but questions remain about the breach and how it was discovered.
While Microsoft released a patch last month for the Netlogon flaw, the company said it detected threat actors using exploits for the critical vulnerability.
Parkland Health managed a surge of cases caused by the COVID-19 pandemic by using data analytics based on SAP Analytics Cloud and SAP Digital Boardroom.
Open source Jenkins now has a public roadmap, which shows plans to address user experience issues, at a time when enterprise IT pros favor 'everything as code' to foster GitOps.
Rising cyber attacks on home workers underline the important role that security experts in the channel play in keeping customers safe
Defence and Security Accelerator wants several technology innovations that can help people operate in dangerous environments without being physically present – with £500,000 funding available
Far-reaching, multi-year contracts are less popular these days, but IT departments often find the renewal date is still years away
Research reveals the impact of Covid-19 on the digital workplace, and how technology will enable new ways of working
The construction industry may be a slow starter when it comes to adopting digital technology, but it is reaping the benefits quickly, with Sweden’s Skanska focused on playing catch up, according to CIO Per Boström
CHROs at Zoom, Box and Okta believe the rise in remote and flexible work arrangements is here to stay. They also believe location-based recruiting is a thing of the past.
After the Covid-19 lockdown cost the 2019/20 football season three months' absence, football is now a whole new ball game. Manchester City’s investment in network technology is one of its major signings
Despite experts’ doubts, government confirms it will continue to look at a wider range of options for a sovereign satellite navigation and timing capability
Forensic computer expert Patrick Eller told the Old Bailey that US allegations that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attempted to decrypt a password to help former soldier Chelsea Manning leak sensitive government documents anonymously do not fit with the evidence
UK telco unbundles further 259 BT exchanges by the end of 2021 to significantly grow network, bringing total unbundled exchanges to 550
Voice commands built into the Outlook mobile app will speed up writing emails, scheduling meetings and calling colleagues, Microsoft said at Ignite this week.
RPA software adoption is on the rise, driven by companies seeking rapid transformation during the COVID-19 pandemic; other IT channel news from the week.
Unilever says it will use Google Earth Engine, Google Cloud Storage and BigQuery, as well as AI technologies, to create a deforestation-free supply chain by 2023.
Zoom has added accessibility features that will let users with hearing loss rearrange windows to see a sign language interpreter better while viewing presentations.
Druva beta support for Kubernetes allows customers to recover, migrate and clone Kubernetes workloads from Druva CloudRanger using the backup vendor's stored snapshots.
Corporate learning management systems can be popular with employees. But adoption requires planning and maybe a little schtick, learning development managers said.