Tibco’s regional head honcho, Erich Gerber, sees massive potential in Asia’s large population and thirst for technology, including advanced analytics tools that will help businesses glean actionable insights
Data exposure within Airbnb’s system was the result of a technical issue but was swiftly fixed, says the firm
Organisations are urgently remodelling their core technology stack in the light of the Covid-19 pandemic, and this is pushing security to the top of the agenda
National Centre of Excellence will employ specially trained officers to tackle a vertiginous rise in cyber crime
TikTok’s lawyers have staved off an imminent ban for the time being, after successfully arguing that it infringed rights guaranteed under the Constitution of the United States
Momentum of first-day download blitz continues over first weekend for long-awaited contact-tracing app as users make 1.5 million venue check-ins
Move to object storage allows Lake Solutions to cut customer backup costs by 66% while providing new S3-based bucket storage for customers based on Scality on HPE
The new data ethics framework was created to better reflect how projects are run in practice after finding there was “little awareness” of the previous framework across the public sector
Genome UK strategy sets out plans to harness technological and science advances to create the “world’s most advanced genomic healthcare system”
Sustainable transport charity turned to Qualys to help it attain needed certifications to bid for government work
The UK and US have been rated as leaders in government use of artificial intelligence, but the Nordics and Baltics attained the highest scores for responsible AI
Government is in danger of not realising its full-fibre coverage broadband ambitions, says telco, which had identified seven key policy, legislative and fiscal enablers to get the plan back on track
WikiLeaks founder would be held in a cell the size of a parking space for 22 or 23 hours a day without contact with other inmates before trial
IBM Security examined several concerning ransomware for this year, as well as an exponential increase in ransom demands and massive spike in attacks during the spring.
Ivanti will acquire all outstanding shares of MobileIron stock for approximately $872 million. The financial terms of Pulse Secure's acquisition were not disclosed.
With aging backup storage hardware and most employees on virtual desktops, Morgan & Morgan found it made more sense to switch to Clumio cloud backup when renewal time came.
Singapore’s telcos will start hiring and training about 1,000 telecoms professionals by year-end to support the deployment of 5G networks
The human rights charity says the government’s flagship benefits system is “flawed” and that the means-testing algorithm used causes “irrational fluctuations and reductions in how much benefit” claimants receive each month
Multi-national consumer goods company is teaming up with Google Cloud for a data-driven marketing strategy revamp
Subpostmasters still not being told about all the known errors in the controversial Post Office branch accounting and retail system that they use
Research reveals pivotal moment when the cloud is playing a more important role than ever to support mass remote working, with CISO concerns over cloud security remaining stubbornly high
The Azure Active Directory was unavailable for a few hours in the evening of 28 September, preventing many from accessing MS online services
Updates to the Oracle HCM Cloud platform include on-demand pay, internal talent marketplaces, more automation and an expansion of employee experience features.
The impact of automation and AI on the U.S. workforce has been a longstanding issue in presidential politics. That may be true again at tonight's presidential debate.
Private healthcare provider UHS has been been hit by a major big game hunting cyber attack that infected its systems with the Ryuk ransomware
Newly formed entity will be one of the largest MSPs in the UK providing Microsoft cloud services to customers
Bank responds to a surge in cyber crime targeting users of online banking services
Public cloud player shares findings of an IDC study into the growth prospects for those that choose to partner with the vendor
Data shows more than two million people in the UK are now taking control of their financial data through open banking
Steve Miranda, who leads Oracle applications development globally, spoke to Computer Weekly ahead of his keynote at the virtual version of OpenWorld. Supply chain management and customer experience are vectors where improvements are being made, he said
German health minister Jens Spahn and UK health secretary Matt Hancock say Covid-19 has accelerated healthcare technology adoption across Europe and changed attitudes towards tech in the healthcare system
Following an initial roll-out in Gloucestershire and Wales, the NCSC’s CyberFirst Schools programme is being extended to north-east England and Northern Ireland
Against a changing landscape, the vendor has stepped up efforts to ensure that its partner programme is delivering what the channel needs
Adobe bridges its CDP with Experience Cloud apps as well as third-party apps such as Salesforce. Oracle adds privacy compliance tools to its CDP stack and deepens hooks into Eloqua.
Google Cloud CEO Thomas Kurian marks the start of the firm’s five-week EMEA-focused user conference by discussing how the coronavirus is affecting enterprises’ digital transformation priorities
As UK incumbent telco continues removing Huawei technology from its network, Finnish comms tech giant scores big
IT and cloud giant announces partnership programme with telecommunications industry to more effectively enable the roll-out of next-generation networks
Red Hat’s OpenShift 4.5 extended container orchestration to virtual machines. The arrival of OCS 4.5 moves the solution into the realm of hyper-converged systems
Malicious actors have been busily honing their craft and cyber security incidents are up across the board as a result, according to a Microsoft report
An improved search function, additional customization options and a newly revised aesthetic are among the Outlook for macOS improvements planned by Microsoft.
After hiring a CFO for the first time and making changes to the way it reports revenue, ThoughtSpot is positioning itself to go public in fall 2021.
At the GlueX conference, IT Glue product managers introduced updates to the Kaseya company's IT documentation, network documentation and collaboration-as-a-service offerings.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange would be held alongside convicted terrorist Abu Hamza in a supermax federal prison in Colorado, isolated from other prisoners, if he is extradited to the US, Old Bailey told
Big data vendor Cloudera is looking to help data engineers use its platform with a new service that brings more power and management to running Spark for building data pipelines.
The acquisition of SaltStack will help VMware build event-driven security automation and configuration management into vRealize Automation, as open source Salt gains VMware's backing.
VMware is trying to break the stranglehold of integrated technology stacks on telcos, but network equipment suppliers are not ceding ground
Car manufacturer upgrades network with campus networking systems as part of its 2025 digital transformation strategy
Vendor holds its distribution event with a number of enhancements being rolled out to make it easier to sell services
The latest version of the UK government’s all-conquering G-Cloud framework has gone live, offering public sector bodies access to more than 38,000 cloud services
Latest development from wireless collaboration forum see Wi-Fi 6 and WPA3 optimise and secure the Wi-Fi experience in managed networks
Four new vertical-specific clouds debut from Salesforce -- for media, telcos, government and utilities -- as fruits of its Vlocity acquisition earlier this year.
Resellers grateful for the help provided by distributors during Covid-19 pandemic but indicate they want more support in moving to a cloud services world
Seagate launched new open source object storage software that is designed to exploit its highest capacity hard disk drives in supported Lyve Drive converged infrastructure racks.
A partnership with Nvidia promises to expand AI acceleration to other business apps. It also aims to make Kubernetes enterprise-ready
VMware and Nvidia signed a partnership to create a new architecture for hybrid clouds and to democratize AI by making it available more broadly across enterprises.
Leading Swedish comms tech provider Ericsson begins deployment of 3D design engineering software platform for specific functional areas, taking a stepwise approach to its product lifecycle management transformation, just as Finnish telecoms operator Elisa signs up for 5G core solutions
Two former employees of UC Global, which provides security services to the Ecuadorian Embassy in London, claim the company shared surveillance footage with the US of the WikiLeaks founder meeting with lawyers and other visitors
Data management specialist backs skilled channel specialists who can help solve customer problems
Code-scanning service is now out of beta and generally available, helping teams to bake security into their code at the development stage
Tech tools will be key in a close election that requires recounts. While electronic signature verification systems have advanced, many digital voting machines are flawed.
VMware Site Recovery Manager for Virtual Volumes lets customers replicate VMs with Dell EMC PowerMax snapshots. VMware storage management includes Tanzu for Kubernetes clusters.
Dell continues to push for partner sales growth amid a tough economic situation. Dell partner orders declined 6% in the vendor's second quarter, leveling out the 6% gain in Q1.
At The ASCII Group's MSP Connect Live event, industry practitioners discussed different ways that MSPs and IT vendors have faced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic.
VMware follows competitors in shipping a fully integrated Kubernetes infrastructure package, but vSphere tie-ins and a strong AWS partnership will bolster its enterprise appeal.
The Open Group published a new standard to provide guidance and best practices for enterprise architects transitioning to Agile methodologies for digital transformation.
The MSPWorld 2020 event points to an industry that's finding itself in the spotlight as MSPs see greater attention from customers, investors and government regulators.
G Suite Enterprise for Education will soon allow teachers to track who is in class and who is absent with an attendance report on its video conferencing app Google Meet.
At VMworld 2020, VMware unveiled a rearchitected vSphere dubbed Project Monterey. The new product will benefit VMware customers across industries, an analyst said.
The Wipro-AWS Launch Pad will offer in-house technical expertise for Australian businesses as well as a physical studio to spearhead cloud adoption
Not-for-profit organisation is partnering with industry body to reach and teach more students employable tech skills
Covid-19 pandemic renewing operator focuses on extracting maximum capacity from 4G networks and machine learning, seen as providing a significant boost to capacity and cost-effectiveness
Software firm paid off a ransomware gang, believed its hackers when they said they had destroyed the data, and has now discovered the cyber criminals accessed even more sensitive information than it thought
Panellists at GovTech Summit 2020 speak about the need to build trust in government digital services, as the pandemic has created room for increased use of technology in the public sector
Each year, Computer Weekly and its judges choose women recognised for their lifetime contribution to the technology sector to be added to its Hall of Fame
Research from healthtech company Visionable finds there has been a significant rise in GP video consultations, and that attitudes to communication technology have changed during the pandemic
Ethernet pioneer Bob Metcalfe outlines the technology’s early history, including the rivalry with IBM and what he did to convince people of the value of networks
Channel player pulls all its audio-visual activities under one brand as it looks to increase growth in that area of the market
Whitehall is recruiting for a Government Digital Service CEO who will report to the government chief digital officer, offering £168,000 a year for the role
Businesses can use lab to explore and trial next-gen connectivity for autonomous vehicles based on 5G and satellite communications, with O2-customised vehicles available to test proofs of concept
WikiLeaks disclosures led to ‘revelations of extraordinary journalistic importance’ about detention in Guantamo Bay and civilian casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan
Three months after it completed the acquisition of endpoint player Panda Security, WatchGuard has significantly expanded its channel base
Annual report investigating perceived risks of Huawei’s involvement in parts of UK critical national infrastructure finds vulnerabilities and slow progress in remediation, but concludes that all perceived risks are manageable
Cohesity's new SiteContinuity product is an automated disaster recovery product that uses the company's backup and continuous data protection capabilities based on the data's SLA.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Insights CDP adds integrations with other CX systems that perform analytics, customer data governance and sentiment analysis.
The nature of digital technology means the IT industry is an ever-changing landscape, so who will be at the wheel of the technology sector in years to come?
Computer Weekly has revealed who is on this year’s list of the 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech, including this year’s winner Anne-Marie Imafidon
Professional sports teams and leagues are looking to the digital world as they seek other revenue streams due to the loss of fans in the seats during the COVID-19 pandemic.
AWS has added an Anomaly Detection service to its Cost Management suite that applies machine learning to a customer's usage and fires off alerts when thresholds are exceeded.
Judge Vanessa Baraitser said today that she would make a ruling in early January on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be extradited to the US
The open source database project has its first major milestone release of 2020, bringing users accelerated data query performance and optimizations to improve overall operations.
German authorities say they are still investigating the death of a patient in connection with a ransomware attack on Düsseldorf University Hospital in Germany last month.
Portcast’s cloud-based logistics management platform uses machine learning and big data to improve supply chain visibility for logistics companies, shipping lines and manufacturers
UK telco Vodafone launches report focused on the impact IoT is having on businesses at a time when their digital capabilities are being put to the test by the Covid-19 pandemic
As Adobe’s Flash Player approaches end-of-life, the National Cyber Security Centre is urging organisations to fix their Flash dependencies
The Post Office has chosen not to contest 44 out of 47 appeals, meaning most are likely to have their names cleared, but others still face a Court of Appeal battle for justice
New advisory from the US government warns cyber insurance and incident response specialists that they could be skating on thin ice if they help ransomware victims pay their attackers off
Finnish comms tech giant says 5G deals and engagements validate its progress in strengthening mobile radio product portfolio as the transition to 5G continues
When the Brexit transition period ends, UK ministers will have the power to forge new data-sharing arrangements that risk undermining the viability of future data transfers with the European Union
This week's VMworld also included some announcements about artificial intelligence that should have repercussions for the channel
IDC has shared its views of what happened in the market in the second quarter, with the shift to home working having a clear impact on demand
Colocation giant Equinix is continuing with its global buy and build growth strategy, with buy-up of Canadian operator’s datacentre fleet
Sisense adds to its multi-cloud capabilities with a new integration that will allow customers that store their data in Microsoft's ecosystem to quickly act on their data.
Launched at VMworld 2020, the latest version of vRealize Network Insight has verification technology that lets managers see the impact of network changes before deploying them.
Neighbouring regions become the third and fourth NE US states to tap leading Irish software developer for contact tracing app development work
Stefania Maurizi says in written evidence that Julian Assange pioneered the use of encryption by journalists to protect sources. Her work shows that the US put pressure on Italy to stop the extradition and prosecution of CIA officers responsible for the extrajudicial kidnapping and torture of an Egyptian cleric
The news from Microsoft from this year's Ignite show for Exchange administrators was: You can keep your on-premises email platform, but you'll have to pay for it like Office 365.
Cisco's acquisition of Israeli startup Portshift would add essential security tools for companies that use the Kubernetes system for deploying cloud-native applications.
New research shows that customers' expectations don't often match reality when it comes to adopting cloud computing; more IT channel news from the week.
AWS continues to grow its portfolio of cloud database services, as the Amazon Timestream database emerges out of preview to help serve the growing market demand for time series databases.
Signs are emerging that a long-term shift to remote work post-pandemic is gaining traction far from the high-tech centers. They'll save on office space and please employees.