The government allowed the Post Office to “run amok” and destroy lives, says complaint to Parliamentary Ombudsman
Local authorities say developing fifth-generation mobile network infrastructure is critical to driving economic recovery in the region post-Covid
The Chinese technology giant is counting on its strengths in hardware infrastructure and focus on research and development to make a mark in Asia Pacific’s public cloud market
Global mobile network operator and IT provider for the air transport industry roll out agile and scalable software-defined network already introduced at more than 60 airports globally
Zen Internet becomes former altnet’s third national consumer ISP to offer full-fibre services to consumers with gigabit-speed consumer broadband products
Comms player reminds channel partners of the need to talk about IP solutions ahead of changes coming in just a few years
Members of Parliament are targeted by millions of spam and phishing emails every month, according to a Freedom of Information disclosure
The hospital trust is the first of six in a Northern Pathology Imaging Co-operative (NPIC) to deploy technology to underpin the programme
OP Financial introduces biometric security technology to enable higher-value payments to be made safely using contactless cards
UK government and Bharti Global confirmed as new owners of low-cost satellite broadband provider, which emerges from financial woes to eye up commercial connectivity services to the UK and the Arctic region in 2021
MSP SysGroup shares the progress it has made through the worst of the coronavirus lockdown
Manchester United’s systems were attacked last week, and the club has been praised for a swift and decisive response
Market appetite for Kubernetes backup is heating up, and product updates from Trilio, Commvault, Portworx and other vendors show an eagerness to attract early customers.
National Cyber Security Centre issues refreshed guidance as cyber criminals turn their eyes to the holiday shopping season
Game console launches show network providers need to upgrade their infrastructure and invest in the latest networking technology to ensure reliable, resilient and robust performance
Amazon launches Swedish language website and promises to make more products available in the Nordic region
After adopting a data-driven culture a decade ago, the Golden State Warriors transformed themselves from one of the NBA's least successful franchises to one of its best.
A database company founded by former Twitter engineers is pushing forward its vision of a way to consume database as a service using its own Fauna Query Language.
AvePoint wants to use funds to invest in MSPs and push into the SMB market, and CEO Tianyi Jiang said a merger with Apex would be faster and easier than a regular IPO.
Government boasts of unprecedented powers to boost the security standards of the UK’s critical national infrastructure
Domain name registrar is working with law enforcement to provide new information, guidance and resources for potential victims of online scams
Comms tech giant and leading Chinese operator reach strategic agreement to provide IoT global connectivity services for both China and international customers based on Worldwide IoT Network Grid managed service, expanding operator’s capability
Orange Business Services has followed up its earlier partnerships with Microsoft and Google by signing a similar deal with Amazon Web Services, geared towards supporting its clients’ public cloud migration plans
Campaigning politician demands access to documents that could prove that the Post Office lied
Belgian security researcher Lennert Wouters once again succeeds in hacking a Tesla vehicle, this time by exploiting the Bluetooth Low Energy standard
UK operator looks to open up new markets for internet of things growth with a new range of services designed to make it easier for UK businesses to adopt technology to track, monitor and manage assets, giving them data, insight and control
Vendor’s campaign is already yielding results for partners and will run into early next year
Adobe CDP customers will get new features in 2021 that create workflows for marketing teams and connect to popular B2B marketing platforms -- starting with its own Marketo Engage.
Firm is not alone in viewing the channel as a way to increase its growth prospects
Pavilion Hyperparallel Flash Array clusters multiple controllers in unified namespace that spans racks and chassis. Pavilion storage scales 2.2 PB of raw NVMe flash.
IBM has a tuned-up version of Db2 planned, featuring a handful of AI and machine learning capabilities to make it easier for users to send and manage Db2 data across clouds.
Survey reveals that the top priority for 10% of UK fintechs next year will be to survive the double blow of Covid-19 and Brexit
New legislation aims to provide a basis to strengthen the security framework for technology used in 5G and full fibre networks, including the electronic equipment and software at phone mast sites and in telephone exchanges
Government and financial services organizations that practice DevSecOps say IT governance must evolve to keep up through faster, automated control pipelines.
Ascend.io said it is broadening its global partner footprint and added new partnerships with enterprise architecture advisory and data consultancy firms; other IT channel news.
Pure customers can get its storage on-premise, in colocation or the cloud, and now it has added FlashArray C// block capacity and Flash Stack converged infrastructure to the catalogue
Meeting organizers on Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex and Zoom want a virtual timer that limits how long participants speak and take breaks during video conferences.
Katherine Giscombe, organizational psychologist and management consultant, argues that firms need to address systemic inequity problems -- sooner rather than later.
Gartner's annual ranking of healthcare supply chain organizations highlights innovative processes and fast thinking.
Rise in the use of malicious stalkerware correlates closely to increased domestic violence during lockdown
Government sets out plans to ‘bust bureaucracy’ in the NHS, including implementing a new data strategy, consulting on changes to data collection legislation, and making progress on shared care records
Government outlines the UK’s strategic cyber security policies for the coming 12 months, with critical national infrastructure a clear priority
Concerns raised over post-Covid return to the office, with virtually all C-level leaders admitting to still using offline processes and significant numbers believing their company will prioritise business continuity over safety
Report outlines some actions public bodies and companies can take to make better economic use of location data
Storage player makes improvements to its flexible consumption proposition that is sold via the channel
Chancellor’s spending promise includes more than £260m for programmes such as 5G testbeds, local full-fibre networks and the Shared Rural Network
Dell shares its third-quarter numbers and talks up future prospects with mega trends touching most of its portfolio
Pure Storage cloud revenue grew by double digits last quarter. A new service catalog guides customers to categorize workloads for predictable performance and pricing.
UK government effort to replace legacy IT systems suffers further delays, and will not be fully completed until 2025 at the earliest
Dell EMC's flashy new PowerStore array has done little to remediate the leading storage vendor's shrinking midrange market share, allowing competitors to gain ground.
The strategy aims to put innovation and technology at ‘the heart’ of its approach to transforming the country, as government launches new national infrastructure bank
Scotland’s government has published a document that describes its strategy for the digitisation of the nation’s planning system
The top ERP vendors offer distinct capabilities to customers, paving the way for a best-of-breed ERP approach, according to Panorama Consulting.
Prolific cyber criminal gang is thought to have compromised up to half a million victims since 2017
In this sluggish economy, employers are turning to internal talent marketplaces to connect employees to short-term projects.
At a California university, students in April Morris' class learn how to use RPA and analytics tools. They hope to use the skills to get jobs out of school.
Data management vendor Ataccama adds new automation features to its Gen2 platform to help organizations automatically discover metadata and build an accurate business glossary for data.
The holidays in 2020 are sure to be like no other. Our geek experts recommend ways to keep them entertained while keeping their distance.
The new Agile 2 initiative aims to address problems with the original Agile Manifesto and give greater voice to developers who are disenfranchised in existing Agile environments.
The digital specialist arm of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation has developed a mapping system to help robots navigate dangerous and complex terrain
Survey reveals connectivity speeds are considered inadequate in 30% of properties and over one-third admit to judging the competence of colleagues who have connectivity issues during conferencing sessions
The Asia-Pacific region was a primary target of advanced persistent threat groups, mostly from China, Iran, North Korea and Russia, that carried out 34 campaigns between June 2019 to June 2020
UK fixed and mobile operator and comms technology provider take to the sky to ensure safe passage for drones
The Tony Blair Institute (TBI) and Oracle have combined to launch a vaccine management programme in several African countries
Crown Commercial Service is offering nearly £150,000 for the role of chief digital information officer, who will be in charge of developing and delivering its digital and data strategy
Public cloud giant suffers prolonged service outage due to fault originating in one of its major US datacentre regions
As part of its Connecting Scotland programme, the Scottish government is giving out 23,000 iPads and Chromebooks to low-income families and care leavers, along with two years of mobile data
Robotic process automation developers tell Computer Weekly about the job they never expected to be doing
Distributor builds on scheme that started back in June, inviting more partners to get skilled up
Tech Nation, the endorsing body for the digital technology route of the UK’s Global Talent Visa, has seen a 48% increase in applications over the past year
The technology might be changing, but so is the culture and the channel needs to be aware of the issues on that front
National broadband suppliers and trade bodies express surprise and lack of enthusiasm for Spending Review claims of providing positive outcome for gigabit roll-out across the country
MPs urge UK government and global technology companies to deal with ‘tsunami of electronic waste’, which is throwing away valuable resources vital for building a sustainable future
Covid-19 crisis pushes Kiwis to do more online and the changes are sticking, according to research from ANZ telco and media research and consulting firm
Southeast Asian unicorn Grab is tapping artificial intelligence and other technologies to keep its users safe and cyber criminals at bay
New product for the conferencing and enterprise collaboration markets offers the ability to transform hours of video footage into bite-sized pieces of content and increase knowledge sharing
Government Digital Service’s Gov.uk Accounts project will allow people to sign into government services online and get a personalised experience tailored to their needs
Alan Turing Institute’s artificial intelligence (AI) research fellows will receive funding for 15 projects including using AI to detect cancer and improve the performance of virtual personal assistants
Distributor Exclusive Networks is aiming to build on the progress it has made with supporting those that want more flexibility in the channel
Swedish comms tech provider rides the wave of orchestration and automation systems supporting cloud-native functions and orchestrating services across domains, from the edge to private and public cloud
Public sector’s use of algorithms with social impacts needs to be more transparent to foster trust and hold organisations responsible for the negative outcomes their systems may produce, says report
The Police Service of Northern Ireland is unable to delete terabytes of unlawfully seized data taken from journalists who exposed police failings in the investigation of the Loughinisland sectarian murders
The Digital Markets Unit of the Competitions and Markets Authority aims to protect consumer privacy and lower barriers to entry for businesses
5G docks at Plymouth Sound with virtualised testing platform designed to put the city at the forefront of marine and maritime innovation
Digital platforms such as Google and Facebook profit from running adverts alongside publishers’ content, but no financial compensation is given for carrying that content, says Lords committee