China trails the US in the field of computer vision despite making inroads in computing and research, new report finds
Data collated by McAfee and the Centre for Strategic and International Studies highlights the growing impact of cyber crime
Singapore government unveils S$12m programme to promote development and adoption of blockchain applications beyond financial services
CEO at the centre of the scandal that saw innocent people bankrupted and some sent to prison steps down from NHS role as pressure for her resignation grows
Fixes for CVE-2020-8913 deployed as app developers shore up their defences against a disclosed Google Play vulnerability
HM Revenue & Customs shares details of a number of data security incidents that occurred during the 2019-20 financial year in its annual report
Here is our 2021 schedule of up-and-coming in-depth articles that will cover carefully selected topics to help IT leaders select the right technology for their organisation
A range of ‘high risk, high reward’ projects have been awarded a total of £7m from the Space Agency’s National Space Innovation Programme, aiming to make the UK a world leader in space technology
The Crown Commercial Service (CCS) aims for the framework agreement to make it easier for public sector to buy scalable cloud hosting
Firms local to each other combine expertise to deliver connectivity and cloud services
Industry organisation GSMA has launched a framework of guidelines aimed at making mobile technology more accessible for people with disabilities
The Dept. of Justice's H-1B lawsuit alleges Facebook didn't consider qualified U.S. workers for visa jobs and shines a light on employer job advertising requirements.
Although fixed wireless access has not yet gained as much publicity as other use cases for the next-generation infrastructure, its potential in connecting those in remote areas to 5G is vast and a consortium of technology vendors and leading Italian operators have established a new throughput benchmark
AWS lands multi-year cloud deal with US media giant MGM that will see it assist the firm with revamping its supply chain and content distribution processes
Finnish comms tech provider is the project leader for European Commission’s flagship initiative for research into the next generation of wireless networks
Local authority Stockport Council has launched a programme aimed at training young people in digital skills to give them a better chance at entering digital roles
There is still time in 2020 for some senior appointments to be made across the industry
Network technology and solutions giant makes strategic acquisition of cloud communications software and services provider to embed omnichannel engagement into customer experience-as-a-service
Metropolitan Police failed to comply fully with an enforcement notice issued by the Information Commissioner, and despite hundreds of overdue subject access requests the regulator did not take further action
After developing a strong on-premises customer base, ThoughtSpot is undergoing a transformation with the cloud at the center of is product development strategy.
The NSA issued a cybersecurity advisory warning government agencies to mitigate as soon as possible, as the vulnerability was disclosed and patched last week.
Most of AWS' storage updates at AWS re:Invent 2020 make enterprise features more accessible to non-enterprise customers, but its Block Express high-IOPS volumes are unique.
Amazon Web Services’ second Australian cloud region is part of its growing infrastructure investments in the maturing cloud market
The innovation leader is developing ecosystems of partners from industry, public sector and academia to not only help Warwick students, but also to support them as entrepreneurs and benefit the regional economy
BMW Group is forging even closer ties with AWS by enlisting its help to refine its supply chain and manufacturing processes, as well as train up its staff in cloud technologies
An in-house team has used a low-code platform from Netcall to develop an application for Tesco Underwriting
Well-known channel figure Denise Bryant takes lead role for indirect business at cloud and data management specialist NetApp
Russian APT groups are actively exploiting a vulnerability in VMware products to access protected data, according to latest warnings
Public cloud giant Amazon Web Services’ channel chief speaks of the importance of partners and the acceleration of cloud adoption during the coronavirus pandemic
Digital Defense discloses a remotely exploitable root command injection flaw in a number of D-Link wireless router devices
The Apstra acquisition could help Juniper sell networking hardware and software to heterogeneous data centers and large-scale public clouds.
Nearly a third of European workers at mid-sized organisations feel disengaged and unmotivated due to issues with technology while working remotely
French bank Societe Generale is merging two retail brands and increasing investment in its digital offering to meet its ambitious customer acquisition plans
Veeam Software boosted its backup for AWS and Microsoft Office 365 data. Both of the cloud-based platforms are trending up in the data protection market.
Research from integrated cloud communications platform provider finds that over two-fifths of SME employees believe that, with effective communication tools, productivity would be the most improved business challenge in the “new normal”
With its new Digital Markets Unit, the CMA is hoping to curb the excesses of the internet, improve competition and give more choice to consumers
Raj Verma, CEO of SingleStore, explains why the vendor rebranded from MemSQL and how its platform is more than just an in-memory database, but is a general-purpose database.
As service mesh adoption goes mainstream, early adopters of Linkerd say it allowed them to start small and grow in scale and sophistication as needed.
AWS looks to tackle machine learning bias with a new a new tool that works with Amazon SageMaker products to help developers and users better detect and eliminate AI bias.
Salesforce recommended users dealing with mixed content issues to skip Chrome upgrades or roll back to older versions of the browser, but the vendor later removed those steps.
In his GitHub post, researcher Oskars Vegeris discussed Microsoft classifying the vulnerability as 'Important' rather than 'Critical,' despite it being exploitable via RCE.
The lack of consistent updates (and the open source nature of the stacks) make the Amnesia:33 vulnerabilities difficult to fix as well as make it difficult to comprehend the full impact.
The Home Office’s digital border programme has so far not achieved value for money, has suffered delays, lacks clear objectives and will cost taxpayers an additional £173m, according to the National Audit Office
At the virtual event, SAP unveiled low-code/no-code development tools and announced free SAP Cloud Platform access for developers to reduce the complexity of building SAP apps.
ThoughtSpot One, a new tool from analytics vendor ThoughtSpot, enhances the natural language search and data sharing capabilities of the SaaS version of the vendor's platform.
The Asia-Pacific region will continue to be a cradle for technology innovation in the new year, whether it is 5G services, artificial intelligence, cloud computing or cyber security
Hacking tools used to conduct red team penetration testing were stolen in the state-backed attack on security firm FireEye
HPE claims its preconfigured HPC service can speed up the deployment of high-performance computing projects and reduce capital expenditure
IBM is commercializing its AI governance tool, AI FactSheets, and bringing more natural language capabilities to some of its Watson products.
The final Patch Tuesday of 2020 contains 58 fixes, a minnow compared to some recent drops, but many are still of high importance
The recipe box startup has seen a huge growth in demand for its products as people shop for online dinners, which put a strain on its helpdesk
In addition to the monthly security updates, Microsoft shares a fix to address a DNS cache poisoning vulnerability that affects Windows Server systems.
Thomson Reuters confirms completion of large-scale AWS migration, and outlines the work it is doing to ramp up its use of machine learning within its organisation
Startup BI vendor Einblick emerged from stealth on Wednesday and aims to differentiate itself with a platform that integrates AI and machine learning with business intelligence.
XenData seeks to simplify managing LTO tape libraries but finds itself competing with disk, public clouds, other tape vendors and 'poor storage management.'
Security player has seen its channel become more important during the pandemic to those customers looking for trusted advisors
New Nutanix CEO Ramaswami appears to have the SaaS model background the HCI vendor sought, after helping VMware move in that direction as COO of cloud services.
The disclosure of multiple flaws by Forescout has raised big questions for the developers of connected products, and for their users
The privacy labels on new apps and updates on the App Store have to list the data collected by developers and their partners. The notices resemble nutritional labels on food.
Hitachi storage for E Series adds two midrange block arrays based on NVMe flash technology. E590 and E790 scale to 360 TB and differ in processing performance.
Distributor Ingram Micro has been picked up by US private equity player Platinum Equity, ending four years under the ownership of the HNA Group
Amazon Web Services is continuing to build its customer base in the media and entertainment sector, with ViacomCBS declaring the firm to be its preferred cloud provider partner
Opening the door to third-party AI apps is a double-edged sword for patients. Its potential for healthcare is promising, but privacy is still a work in progress.
Cisco plans to acquire IMImobile for $730 million to improve Cisco's contact center offering through the U.K. company's messaging and voice APIs.
Cloud data platforms that effectively eliminate data silos and reduce the need for multiple tools will emerge over the next few years, according to Snowflake's CEO.
The antitrust lawsuits allege Facebook impeded competition by buying up rivals to control the market.
While no zero-day exploits were included in the red team tools, FireEye released detection rules and known vulnerabilities to help organizations defend themselves.
Looking to protect its advantage in the HPC market, HPE showed off a series of cloud services to be delivered via its GreenLake cloud platform.
The Aruba Fabric Composer is best suited for a CX switching fabric within a small and midsize data center. The company also introduced the 8360 series of CX hardware.
Antitrust lawsuits issued by the US Federal Trade Commission and 48 attorneys general call for the breakup of Facebook following 10 years of anti-competitive behaviour
Amazon Web Services is doubling down on efforts to help its partners address the growing demand for capabilities to migrate mainframe workloads to the cloud
NHS Foundation Trust opens up about the work its done to streamline and centralise its server estate with the help of Cisco's hyperconverged technologies
Minister for media and data tells TechUK’s Digital Ethics summit that the long-awaited national data strategy has entered a new, post-consultation phase, and that the UK is set to show international leadership on digital and data in 2021
Global market for intelligent edge computing will expand to $12bn in 2021, with more than 400 million video visits to doctors worldwide across the year
The Alan Turing Institute announces an international advisory board for a project investigating digital identity schemes, with a view to building the technology and organisational infrastructure to sustain them as trustworthy
The European Medicines Agency has launched a full investigation into an apparent security incident that has seen documents on the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine stolen
GraphQL-based API designed to extract security and networking information globally with a single request allows enterprises to automate provisioning and management of SASE deployments from third-party platforms
Vodafone’s security head Steve Knibbs explains how he plans to bring the lessons of a transformative few years in cyber security to bear on new markets
British semi-conductor maker Arm has committed to shrinking the size of its global datacentre estate by 45%, and plans to do so by moving some of its core chip design workloads to the AWS cloud
The Cyber Helpline, a UK charity that provides emergency support to victims of cyber crime and online stalking, is to receive funding from the National Lottery
Online retail giant Amazon has followed up earlier pledges to do more as a global organisation to tackle climate change by going public with plans to add a further 26 solar and wind farms to its portfolio
Despite an acceleration in the use of digital banking services, challenger banks face the obstacle of winning customer trust
Google and Amazon rapped over their use of advertising cookies by the French data protection authorities
COVID-19 has all but ensured offices will never fully return to normal. Now that vaccinations are here, HR will have to decide who should return to the workplace -- and who shouldn't.
Seagate and Western Digital provide updates on their RISC-V-enabled processor designs that can drive advances in data storage and security at the network's edge.
The new Varada Data Platform combines data virtualization with the open source Presto SQL query engine to help enable rapid searches on cloud data lakes.
Sensing market opportunity, Trilio's CEO said he will seize it by using the funds to bolster sales and marketing. Trilio has raised a total of $22 million in funding.
Stronger automation and new corporate partnerships with open source developers are major additions to GitHub's strategy announced at the GitHub Universe virtual event.
Kubernetes Pod Security Policies could be marked for deprecation as soon as the next Kubernetes release, in the wake of new limits on the beta phase for components of the platform.
HHS wants to modify the HIPAA privacy rule to encourage better care coordination and make it easier for patients to access their health data.
ThoughtSpot this week unveiled ThoughtSpot Everywhere, an embedded analytics platform in preview, and a host of features on its roadmap, including pinboard filtering.
Chief financial officers in the Asia-Pacific region call for financial transformation to bring about the agility that their organisations need to tide over the pandemic
Reacting to the new normal ahead of all organisations and as part of a major overhaul of its conferencing and collaboration options, network technology and solutions giant unveils Webex portfolio overhaul and intent to buy audience interaction company
New managed secure private access solution claimed to be able to make remote employees “first-class citizens” for corporate applications
Six subpostmasters who were wrongly prosecuted for accounting shortfalls caused by computer errors have their convictions quashed after years of campaigning
Business valued at approximately £646.6m as it marks a successful IPO with conditional trading starting on the LSE
Check Point and KnowBe4 share details of a growing number of phishing campaigns using the prospect of a Covid-19 vaccine as a lure
UK mobile network operator sets out plans to enhance business proposition over next 12 months, improving connectivity, how it operates and how it interacts with customers
PGMiner cryptomining botnet remained unnoticed by exploiting a disputed CVE in PostgreSQL
Figures released by HMRC to show how many times its online IR35 tax status checker tool has been used reveal shortcomings in its ability to reach a conclusion in nearly 20% of cases
Foxconn and Randstad are laid low by cyber criminals, while Sophos spills on Egregor, and prognosticators turn to their crystal balls to divine how ransomware will develop in the next 12 months
Webex will soon provide calling, messaging and video in one user interface, live translation for multiple languages, and the ability to send emojis through hand gestures.
The FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency warned that cyber attacks targeting K-12 schools are expected to continue through the 2020 - 2021 school year.
Systems integrators Insight Enterprises and Accenture have supported initiatives to bring new health technologies to the market; other IT channel news.
DataStax has integrated the open source Stargate API 1.0 release into its Astra DBaaS platform, bringing GraphQL to the Apache Cassandra database.