Singapore-based supplier of ground handling and food services is deploying what it calls ‘touchless procurement’
Projects include drones to carry coronavirus tests and samples, a mobile app using satellite technology to provide access to community transport, and e-learning courses in Earth observation data analysis
An ‘errant clause’ within the forthcoming off-payroll legislation could cause serious disruption to the IT contractor community if left unchanged, experts have warned
Money laundering scandal in Estonia has sparked tech startup activity in the Baltic country as banks look for answers
Tech deal means prisoners will be able to virtually see NHS consultants without needing to physically attend the hospital
The capital’s fintechs continue to attract large volumes of venture capital funds despite the global economic slowdown
Panel of experts at Black Tech Fest spoke about how a push for diversity and inclusion should come with support from firms’ leaders
CGI will continue to provide the Scottish council’s end-to-end managed IT services until 2040, making it one of the longest extensions in the company’s history
Certified training and migration tools simplify IT industry body’s migration to the Nutanix hyper-converged environment
European Union goes live with project developed to ensure that member states’ apps will work seamlessly across borders, so users will only need to install one app for use across EU
Coronavirus has underlined the need for SMEs to use expert partners to handle their security needs
A record number of technology startups folded in September, after months of early-stage companies struggling to attract the investment needed to stay afloat
After months of delays, a sizable cost inflation and in the midst of a pandemic, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is ready to start its Cerner EHR roll out.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks across the industry as more hires are made to support growth ambitions
Research firm presents more evidence dispelling fears of pandemic preventing roll-out of next-generation networks
Celonis released the Execution Management System, which enables companies to automate actions in operational processes, improving business capacity and process efficiency.
Politics at work may hurt productivity and office harmony. One strategy for defusing a charged atmosphere may be to get employees focused on shared goals.
Artificial intelligence tends to rely on supervised learning, but making the most of AI requires people to take on board what these systems learn autonomously
With diversity in communications technology supply set to accelerate, open RAN will come to the fore and research suggests that enterprise small cells will be a key factor in its deployment
Managed cloud services supplier expands regional office to develop deeper relationships with local customers as demand for its services grows
IR35 compliance firm Qdos polls contractors to find out what they think the future holds for their job prospects once the reworked off-payroll rules come into force in the private sector from April 2021
US comms giant aims to accelerate its ambitions to support advanced communications in manufacturing and industry
Public Accounts Committee calls on HMRC to assess whether the administrative burden placed on taxpayers through its Making Tax Digital programme is reasonable before continuing to roll it out
Labour MPs write to postal affairs minister expressing fears that the inquiry into the Horizon IT scandal does not guarantee cooperation from the Post Office, Fujitsu and government
Six members of the APT group known as Sandworm have been charged in the US over a series of attacks including the destructive NotPetya incident
Strategy sets out how the department will find and fund technological breakthroughs, focus on data and deliver next-generation military hardware
NetApp OnTap SnapMirror Business Continuity provides failover with granular copy management. NetApp FAS and AFF arrays hit the market as file vendor gears up for digital user event.
DDN launches IntelliFlash H-Series and Tintri VMstore T7000 hybrid arrays. The new NVMe-based systems incorporate technology from recent DDN storage acquisitions.
NHS Test and Trace self-isolation data will be made available to police after new guidance changes data-sharing rules
Veeam is launching more cloud-native backup and continuing to move forward on its integration with recently acquired Kubernetes data protection provider Kasten.
Softcat’s FY20 numbers show that the channel player continued to succeed in growing its bottom line despite the coronavirus
US comms giant spreads wings to offer private 5G capabilities to enterprises in Europe and Asia-Pacific deal
It recently tested a datacentre at the bottom of the sea – now Microsoft is heading into space to offer satellite connectivity
Attempts to disrupt the notorious Trickbot botnet, most recently through Microsoft's legal takedown, have proven short-lived as ransomware attacks have resumed.
Acquia users get Drupal migration tools and marketing automation features built with technology from recent acquisitions as the company expands its digital experience platform.
Vendors share details of increased activity on the channel front over the course of the coronavirus pandemic
Global, Microsoft-led effort to disrupt the Trickbot botnet has seen some success, but new command and control servers continue to pop up
As businesses strive to return to profitability, business leaders are relying on tech innovation to drive economic recovery
Inability to make housing benefit payments is likely to sting some tenants as Hackney cyber attack drags on
Driven by factors ranging from COVID-19 to Kubernetes, Clumio CEO Poojan Kumar said his enterprise customers want to simplify backup and are readily adopting cloud and SaaS.
Along with making its NAS platform faster and more secure across multiple clouds, Ctera adds Mac support for its Enterprise File Services Platform's more creative users.
Product testing firm NSS Labs shut down last week, citing negative effects of COVID-19, but former employees say the company's troubles started well before the pandemic.
Kevin Greene is the new CEO of Logi Analytics after previously serving as the vendor's COO. In an interview, Greene discusses his vision for the vendor's future.
Atlassian's on-premises customer base has expressed alarm at the company's plans to discontinue Server licenses and make major Data Center price increases.
Multi-cloud data portability comes to MongoDB Atlas with a new capability that will enable users to run a database application across multiple clouds simultaneously.
Salesforce continues to build out Work.com as a place for broadcasting pandemic-specific employee and customer communications, as well as to enable remote work.
Government antitrust actions are building against tech giants Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google. They could lead to tighter regulation or even a breakup.
Gartner predicts a 4.1% uptick in IT services spending in 2021. The market research firm pointed to digital business projects as a driver behind the spending.
The COVID-19 pandemic spurs vendors of enterprise architecture products to add new online and mobile capabilities and promote business functionality to address changing customer needs.
Juniper Networks plans to 'enhance' its Contrail SD-WAN through the acquisition of 128 Technology. 128 has a more advanced SD-WAN that competes with Cisco and VMware products.
Intel exits NAND flash business with $9 billion sale to rival SK Hynix to focus on faster Optane SSDs and memory modules, AI, 5G networking and edge computing.
Dell's cloud focus culminates in launch of Project Apex, which allows data centers to flexibly consume IT and storage infrastructure as a cloud-delivered service on premises.
The British Retail Consortium has worked with the NCSC to develop a new cyber security toolkit pitched at retailers
Malaysian state has built a cloud-based payment services platform for citizens and is looking to tap cloud-based analytics to upgrade its surveillance cameras, among other cloud computing initiatives
Transformation projects drive IaaS growth, but SaaS declines. Some sectors are renegotiating and restructuring contracts to reduce costs
Billions of credential stuffing attacks are harvesting valuable customer data for the dark web economy
The channel has had a good year so far and there are reasons to be optimistic about that continuing into 2021
About half of workers in the finance sector want their employers to retain remote working policies brought in during the pandemic
Comms carrier and tech companies continue to drive advancements in 5G technology using aggregation technology on mmWave spectrum while new portfolio of 5G RAN platforms aims to enable a new generation of cellular networks
You don’t need a stellar IQ to exploit the dangerous StrandHogg Android vulnerability, and users of both Donald Trump’s and Joe Biden’s mobile apps are at risk of falling victim to it
Google's new Lending DocAI product can help users automate mortgage document processing. The product is Google's first specialized mortgage tool.
Vendor reveals details of Project Apex and its plans to provide a more consistent as a service approach for partners
IBM cloud revenues continue to increase as hardware sales drop, sharpening the company's strategy to focus on hybrid cloud.
Increased demand for next-generation architectures in key territories boost third quarter for Swedish comms tech giant, as it inks national infrastructure network deal to deliver 5G speed and network capacity in domestic arena and Estonia
Many of the CVEs detailed on the NSA’s top 25 chart are golden oldies
New SAP Logistics Business Network partnerships provide users with key logistics data on shipment location and estimated arrival times for road, freight and ocean shipments.
At ConnectWise's IT Nation Secure event, speakers addressed the real-world cybersecurity issues facing managed service providers and small business customers.
Among the 25 vulnerabilities listed in the NSA advisory, numerous were critical and carried a CVSS score either at or close to 10, the highest possible.
In a new blog post, Microsoft said its legal takedown last week, which sought to decrease Trickbot activity, disabled the vast majority of the botnet's servers.
Australia’s largest bank now runs 30% of its internet banking services on Red Hat OpenShift in a move that has energised developers and paved the way for more automation
While chairing a Treasury Committee session on how the UK tax landscape must change to cover the costs of the coronavirus pandemic, ex-Treasury secretary Mel Stride backed calls for the IR35 rules to be abolished
Enhanced global network in APAC, EMEA and North America aims to deliver increased high-performance network diversity for datacentre customers
Lawsuit alleges Google used anticompetitive tactics to maintain and extend its monopolies in a number of interconnected digital markets, violating US federal antitrust law
Record system allows health and care professionals to share information across Virgin Care, local GPs, Royal United Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Bath and North East Somerset Council
The career path for chief information officers looks promising as large businesses digitise more of their organisation and IT becomes integral to operations
There are more user cases for the internet of things emerging and it is seen by those in the industry as an area for the channel to concentrate on more
Evidence of a resurgence in the hardware market continues with the latest quarterly analysis from Context
Almost exactly a year after it switched on 5G in the UK, O2 takes next-gen network locations into treble figures and eyes up business use cases
Securing the fully remote workforce has been a challenge for IT teams, but it presents an opportunity to commit to a higher standard of cyber security, according to a Cisco report
McAfee has returned to Wall Street, which comes months after the endpoint security vendor's previous CEO, Christopher Young, was replaced by Peter Leav in January.
A panel of experts at the Women in Business Expo say problems around hiring and culture can be one of the main reasons firms can’t find female talent
Analyst confident of prospects for comms technology enabling multi-supplier interoperability for innovations and reducing time to market for deploying new network functionality
SonicWall users are advised to download updates that fix 11 CVEs in the SonicOS operating system, uncovered by Positive Technologies
Saudi Arabia has signed two agreements with Chinese IT suppliers as it strives to deliver its ambitious programme to diversify its economy
Dell CEO Michael Dell says customers aren't concerned about his company's plan to possibly spin off VMware shares; VMware's CEO says the companies will continue to 'R&D together.'
Augmented field operators and connected tugboats are potential use cases as applications based on next-generation network aim to go full steam ahead at Belgian port
Government-backed autonomous vehicle consortium adds new partners and begins field trials in three major UK cities
Twilio plans to acquire Segment's customer data platform for $3.2 billion. The CEOs for both companies discuss the deal and 'the great digital acceleration' caused by COVID-19.
The new Catalyst 8300 Series of routers replace ISRs that customers said were ill-equipped to run the Cisco SD-WAN. Cisco also introduced Catalyst 8500 aggregation routers.
In a move designed to add complementary capabilities to its platform, Tibco said it will acquire IBI, another veteran business intelligence vendor. Financial details were not disclosed.
Splunk opened the product update floodgates this week with a new Observability Suite that integrates recent acquisitions, enhanced AIOps and the purchase of two more companies.
The FBI said Russia and Iran have obtained voter information, and Iranian hackers have also been sending threatening emails to voters that appeared to be from a far-right group.
A high-volume SMS API will let RingCentral users send thousands of messages at a time, a move that should help customers with sales and marketing promotions.
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust has asked for external review of its process when appointing controversial executive
Sustainability efforts have not kept pace with the growing demand for datacentre and co-location services in Southeast Asia
Report sets out how to combine machine and human intelligence to drive innovation that could solve social challenges
5G use cases established for Australian-based construction company claiming 20x the performance of 4G with 5G, making next-gen in-field applications possible
Mayor of Hackney is ‘incredibly angry’ at the cyber criminals behind the attack, which will continue to disrupt key council services for some time
German bank is said to be in negotiations to sell its retail banking IT operation to Indian IT giant
MSP specialist plans to beef up its engineers, product and support staff after becoming a public company
New self-service data modeling tools are the latest additions to the GoodData platform as the vendor overhauls its platform in an attempt to enable more users.
Industry collaborative launches campaign to make female role models more visible and encourage others into tech
Qlik acquired Blendr.io for an undisclosed amount in a move that will expand the BI vendor's ability to integrate with cloud data storage and SaaS platforms.
Commission for Smart Government publishes paper on obstacles facing the UK’s digital government, setting out principles for digital government initiatives to follow
A serious alternative to the existing approach to connectivity is coming in the form of 5G, which should result in channel opportunities
NetApp stitches cloud services with its Data Fabric technology. NetApp Insight 2020 will showcase new cloud consumption options and storage for microservices-based applications.
HashiCorp Consul and Terraform can now sync for network infrastructure automation, a sought-after connection some users had previously tried to cobble together themselves.
The new Accenture ServiceNow Business Group aims to initially deliver industry offerings in financial services, government citizen services and telecommunications; other news.
Microsoft has partnered with SpaceX to tie Azure to low-orbiting satellites. The company also introduced a modular data center to connect remote locations to satellites.
Hyland scoops up Alfresco in a CMS market consolidation. An expert says it's a good fit because Hyland's platform needs the accelerated cloud modernization that Alfresco can provide.