Space DC opens first of two datacentres with reliability and green features to tap Indonesia’s growing demand for datacentres
Post Office criticised over vagueness of its explanation of the cause of a UK-wide IT failure that saw subpostmasters unable to do business
From 1 January 2021, procurement notices will have to be published through the Find a Tender e-notification service
A month after a highly disruptive cyber attack on its systems, Hackney Council is still struggling to get back up and running
Public Health Wales accepts recommendations of independent probe into data breach that saw PII on 18,105 coronavirus patients leaked
All 950 NHS, social care, private sector and local authority organisations have migrated from the legacy N3 network to the Health and Social Care Network
Channel player issues trading update to cover its progress in the first quarter of its fiscal year
We look at more moves taking place across the industry, with some senior appointments being made in the hunt for growth
French IT services company Atos launches ‘one-stop shop’ service for enterprises that want to speed up their cloud migrations in a sustainable way
As demand for broadband connectivity surges worldwide, bodies representing wireless companies highlight what they say is a pressing need for access to the 6GHz frequency band
Videogame studio says the data of up to 350,000 people was likely to have been compromised in a Ragnar Locker ransomware attack
Huawei chiefs predict bright times ahead for 5G market with evolved standard imminent offering improved real-time interaction experiences for individual users and new scenarios
Dutch group SOMI is trying to raise awareness of Palantir’s data privacy practices and how it works with European government agencies
Cloud storage has trended up since the coronavirus pandemic hit. Flexential and Wasabi have teamed up on an archival storage platform that takes advantage of the cloud.
Exascale computers are due to arrive in 2021 in the U.S. and China. Developers are being urged to make these systems user-friendly and accessible.
Bank uses security-by-design principles and conducts red-teaming exercises among other measures to fend off cyber breaches
Amid the pandemic, Boston-based AI vendor DataRobot raised $270 million in a pre-IPO fundraising round. The company is likely to file for an IPO.
Swedish comms tech provider Ericsson bags series of contracts across African continent, highlighting growing footprint in region as communications service providers move to strengthen their networks and cater to demand for enhanced mobile services
Post Office says planned firmware update caused the problem that left branches unable to do business for 90 minutes
Financial services organisations hold so much data that it is becoming virtually impossible to safeguard properly against data breaches caused by malicious or careless employees
Chinese comms giant launches new network technology to enable operators to tap into what it says will be huge potential for delivering 5G at greatly reduced per-bit costs
Gartner’s latest worldwide public cloud market spend forecast suggests the acceleration in off-premise adoption seen since the start of the pandemic is set to last for a long time yet
A new platform upgrade for UiPath makes it easier for users to develop and use robots at scale, as well as makes the bots more resilient to UI changes.
Warehouse Data Editing, a no-code tool from startup analytics vendor Sigma, enables end users to update data without first having to upload it from their cloud data warehouse.
GDS role is offering up to £85,000 a year and includes being responsible for developing the Gov.uk programme as government aims to make it a platform for content, rather than just a publishing system
Salesforce releases a new bundle of services which includes ID management, privacy, security and compliance tools for Salesforce users' customers and employees.
Customer experience specialist looks to form strategic partnerships to extend its reach into fresh markets
Research finds full realisation of 5G could deliver significant additional economic growth for the UK, with three industries accounting for more than three-quarters of projected business
UK-based organisations are either more, or less, likely to pay ransoms, depending on which cyber security supplier you want to believe
Firm’s UK channel boss explains the thinking behind the recent launch of Samsung One and why it wants existing partners to benefit from its investments
HMRC issues updated warnings as 2021 Self Assessment deadlines loom
Supplier claims to offer the broadest choice in security solutions, best-of-breed technologies and a leading global network platform for businesses of all sizes
Cyber security provider’s data storage and processing activities for customers in Europe, the US and Canada, have now been fully relocated to Switzerland
Cockroach Labs is updating its namesake database platform with new features that improve security and performance, as well as getting an open source Pebble storage engine.
Datto reveals that managed service partners are aware they are in the firing line and have formed partnerships with MSSPs to protect themselves
A new survey from CrowdStrike revealed more than half of 2,200 respondents' organizations were hit with a ransomware attack at least once in the past 12 months.
An integrated Puppet IT automation platform that runs on Kubernetes will accompany an IPO for Puppet Labs in 2021, as the company aims to update its image for the cloud-native era.
Snowflake is continuing to grow the capabilities of its cloud architecture with new developer and security capabilities that aim to help users optimize information.
Google will soon provide controls for turning off Workspace app features like smart compose, smart reply and tabbed inbox in Gmail to allow for more user privacy.
Germany-based photographer Marco Verch uses computer scripts to populate the internet with topical images and photographs. People and companies who make mistakes in following the complex licensing terms of his ‘free to share and adapt’ photographs receive threatening ‘legal’ demands
India’s contact-tracing platform leverages microservices, encryption techniques and cloud-based visibility tools to address scale and security requirements
Survey has shone a light on the concerns of organisations managing and deploying SAP enterprise software
New funding round for SASE pioneer Cato, the largest to date for the company, brings total financing to $332m, leading to what the company calls a unicorn valuation demonstrating leadership of SASE market
CISA chief Chris Krebs ousted for doing his job fighting disinformation in an apparent purge of officials deemed disloyal to president Donald Trump
Australian supplier of rental kegs to breweries is deploying beacons to monitor the location and temperature of 70,000 kegs in Australia and New Zealand
The Zoological Society of London opens up about the work it has done with the Google Cloud team to protect endangered species from poachers
Kioxia's KumoScale virtualizes NVMe block volumes for consumption by file and object storage. The Kioxia flash invokes native TCP/IP drivers to install an NVMe-oF layer.
Sophos researchers anticipate a trickle-down effect in the cyber criminal underground
Sophos principal research scientist Chet Wisniewski explains the presence of 'weight classes' in ransomware and offers his thoughts on its future.
Global telecoms giant Nokia Software opens up about the work it is doing to improve the environmental friendliness of the R&D datacentres underpinning its 5G innovation
Firms focus on home workers and automation to protect customers and arm managed service providers with ways to add more value
Juniper Networks uses partner conference to talk about bold moves to increase investment in the channel and take market share
Extent of communications technology provider Huawei’s positive contribution to the UK economy in terms of cash and jobs has been identified in independent report
When upgrading their backup appliance portfolios, Dell EMC and Unitrends addressed continued demand for backup hardware. Both also rolled out new unified management interfaces.
President Trump fired Krebs as director of CISA after the agency pushed back on unfounded accusations about widespread voter fraud and voting system hacks during the election.
Snowflake plans to join its cloud computing competitors by offering BI capabilities starting in 2021, though the vendor's tool will have limited capabilities.
When supporting COVID-19 research that could uncover treatment for the pandemic, IT and storage pros want to make sure they're 'not the bottleneck' in the process.
The data management vendor is combining monitoring tools, helm charts and an operator to improve Cassandra database deployment and management for cloud-native Kubernetes environments.
CIOs should prepare a COVID-19 vaccine distribution plan now. Making sure immunization records are digitized and easy to access is a good first step.
IBM intends to purchase Instana, maker of application monitoring and observability tools, and then couple its technology with the Watson AIOps portfolio.
VMware has added attribute-based access control to the Tanzu Service Mesh. VMware is also adding a load balancer for Tanzu-managed containers.
Enterprise IT pros have tackled how to handle Kubernetes deployments. Now, they're relying on open source observability standards to help keep cloud-native apps healthy.
Nvidia and AMD each delivered much faster GPUs for data scientists and corporate IT shops investing in hardware to run AI and data intensive workloads.
With each order split into multiple database transactions, ensuring the scalability and elasticity of database systems was key to the success of Alibaba’s Singles’ Day sales
Despite fears of a halt to development, study sees increased 5G investment during pandemic, with 5G-related investment rising by double digits compared with 2019 forecast and 5G-related jobs set to soar
Court documents reveal the names of the Fujitsu employees under investigation for potentially providing misleading information in criminal trials
NIE announces connectivity deployment scheme to deliver gigabit-capable broadband infrastructure to more than 76,000 premises in hard-to-reach places across province
The Gaia-X project is billed as a push to create an open, cross-continent, next-generation data infrastructure “by Europe and for Europe”, but why is it needed?
Security community says the presence of a robust cyber defence force alongside a robust physical one will be vital to the UK’s national security
Cloud marketplace player Giacom sells up to Daisy-owned Digital Wholesale Solutions
Channel player is concerned customers are laying off IT staff when savings could be made elsewhere in the business
Zerto talked about its future releases during its ZertoCon 2020 virtual event. Next year, Zerto plans to release Kubernetes support and workflows for operational backup.
A study from 451 Research highlights the problems organisations face in managing data
New features to augment administrative control over the data management process highlight Alteryx 2020.4, the latest update from the data management vendor.
Combined speeds from two devices hit 8Gbps on a commercial 5G network on mmWave spectrum, showing support for low-latency, high-bandwidth services such as high-speed video downloads and virtual and augmented reality
Research from network tech provider reveals implications for service providers and internet service delivery chain, with significant growth in video streaming, gaming, video conferencing and DDoS
The shift to remote working has forced firms to purchase new IT equipment, but many are still lacking sustainable end-of-life processes for their devices
In acquiring sfApex, Druva gains key Salesforce data protection capabilities for its overall Cloud Platform. Competition includes mostly point products.
Cisco has patched three vulnerabilities that allowed malicious actors to enter meetings and waiting rooms as 'ghosts' and stay on -- even after being removed.
A number of infosec experts, election officials and government agencies say Election Day was free from hacking and cyber attacks, but the White House disagrees.
QLC flash storage is exerting pressure on spinning disk for mass storage and archiving use cases -- but HDDs will stick around for years if not decades, industry experts predict.
Microsoft said its Pluton security chip would protect data even when an attacker has physical control of a computer. Future Windows PCs will include the new chip.
The Qumulo storage software code was written to operate in containers in microservices environments. The vendor swapped SATA SSDs for NVMe to cache data in front of capacity disk.
Major government projects often lack underlying data on costs and benefits, and it’s often not clear who is accountable for integration of different elements, according to a National Audit Office report on lessons learned on the programmes
Australia’s University of Melbourne has established a research outfit to build and clinically validate healthcare technology solutions
Cross-industry survey reveals rapid uptake and widespread acceptance of wireless broadband standard announced in May 2020
Nearly a third of councils can't tell how much citizen information they store is in digital format, study shows
Inability for digital banner advertising to drive consumer brand engagement will see billions in media spend diverted to RCS brand campaigns, dramatically boosting mobile operator revenues.
The department’s draft identity-checking requirements aims to provide clarity for software developers creating solutions to be used for property lawyers
A Singapore startup has developed a cloud-based medical imaging platform to enhance the quality and accessibility of radiology images for doctors and patients
Cloud Distribution, e92cloud and Westcon add to their vendor rosters as they look to provide more security tools for resellers
CyberUp, a group of campaigners who want to reform the Computer Misuse Act, finds 80% of security professionals are concerned that they may be prosecuted just for doing their jobs
UK communications regulator notes real progress made in implementing its requirements, but more is needed to be done to strengthen broadband provision division independence and engagement
The latest research from McKinsey shows that there is a strong correlation between an organisation's artificial intelligence maturity and profitability
Channel player has been a firm advocate of automation technology and is now sharing its expertise across the channel
New nodes that enhance speed and efficiency are at the core of Knime's roadmap as the open source analytics vendor prepares its next update for release in December.
New research from Accenture and SPR underscores a persistent struggle among organizations to derive value from their cloud investments; other IT channel news.
Configuration management challenges GitOps early adopters, especially at large enterprises with millions of lines of Kubernetes YAML to manage.
Signavio brings customer experience data into its process management platform with the Signavio Business Transformation Suite Customer Excellence Edition.
Hybrid cloud data warehouse vendor updates platform with self-healing cluster capabilities and a "penalty box" feature to improve workload management.
Microsoft's holiday-inspired free video conferencing lets people with a personal Teams account invite up to 300 participants, who do not need Teams accounts to join.
State of Washington tech firms have signed a 'pact' to align workforce diversity with the state's regional diversity. The effort may prompt firms to rely less on job referrals.