Malaysia’s enterprise storage market declined 9.2% in 2020, but recovery is on the cards this year as business confidence improves
Research shows refurbished and used devices continue to provide cost-effective alternatives for businesses looking to save money when buying a smartphone
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is the first of eight NHS trusts to go live with a Manchester-wide diagnostic imaging project
Bank is responding to a cyber attack after hackers breached the system of a third-party supplier
Researchers say they have found specific code similarities between the Solorigate/Sunburst malware and the Kazuar backdoor, suggesting some relationship
The UK Rare Diseases Framework will build on advances in genomics and data analysis to improve testing and diagnosis
Channel player will have stock in the Netherlands to keep supplying its customers spread across the EU
Location data made available to public sector organisations via application programming interfaces, reducing data management overheads
Free speech-championing social media site Parler has gone dark for violating Amazon, Apple and Google's terms of service, in light of reports of the platform's involvement in co-ordinating the attack on Capitol Hill
Fintechs and payments companies need to make staff recruitment a priority as talent pool shrinks
Customers can expect to see more regular and thorough checks on SolarWinds products, alongside greater engagement with the security community
As part of a broader partnership between the UK’s public broadcaster and its incumbent telco, hugely popular and award-winning BBC Bitesize programming slot is to be zero rate for all EE, BT Mobile and PlusNet Mobile customers
The first working week of 2021 saw a few personnel moves across the industry
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and economic setbacks, 2020 was another big year for investments in cybersecurity vendors. Here are five startups that stood out from the crowd.
After abruptly losing web-hosting services, Parler sues AWS, alleging breach of contract and antitrust behavior.
Salesforce Ventures continues to invest heavily in partners to help build out its platform as the pandemic evolves customer needs. Q&A with managing partner Matt Garratt.
Led by firms in China, Singapore and Australia, just over a quarter of businesses in APAC fit the bill as a future-ready business, study finds
Stricken free speech-championing social media app suggests Amazon’s actions were motivated by a desire to ‘reduce competition’ in the microblogging social media market
Government funding aims to accelerate the design and delivery of citizen-focused offerings in Wales
Overall cyber security funding since the advent of the pandemic is well up, but investment is dominated by safe, later-stage firms while those raising capital for the first time fall away
As Mike Lynch, founder and former CEO of Autonomy, awaits his US extradition hearing, several former Tory MPs have expressed their concerns
The pandemic has led to a huge increase in health apps downloads, particularly mental health apps, where downloads have increased 200%, as people struggle to cope during the crisis, according to Orcha
Shipments tracked by Canalys in 2020 were the highest for a decade as users embraced notebooks and mobile workstations
Bahrain has completed its 5G roll-out, which will support its IT infrastructure in creating the right environment for technology firms
Firm continues its strategy to invest in managed service players it believes can become significant in the market
London-based fibre altnet uses growing gigabit network to offer first entertainment service based on full-fibre broadband
As the private sector start date for the IR35 reforms looms large, research suggests some companies are still dragging their feet with their preparations
Pegasystems acquires Qurious.io for its customer service-oriented AI, natural language processing and self-service automation tools.
Fintech will be geared towards offering the services Walmart’s customers and employees want
Channel player keen to increase its appeal across the globe as a diverse and inclusive employer
Internal, a San Francisco startup, has delivered an enterprise-focused, no-code app dev platform that will compete with the likes of Google's AppSheet.
The shutdown of controversial social media site Parler, and the publication of huge amounts of user data scraped by ethical hackers, is giving cyber crime experts cause for concern
As it ramps up gigabit network development in locations across the UK, cableco launches Wi-Fi access devices to work with new access system to bring up to three times faster in-home wireless speeds
The government is creating a new Central Digital and Data Office, which will be led by Home Office tech boss Joanna Davinson
Users of a specific Mimecast certificate used to authenticate services to Microsoft Office 365 may be at risk of compromise in an attack that may relate to the ongoing SolarWinds incident
The recent completion of Tibco's acquisition of IBI has the potential to benefit customers of both given the complementary qualities of the vendors' platforms.
SolarWinds and CrowdStrike published updates Monday that added new information for the timeline of the supply chain attack and how threat actors first gained access.
HR departments may want electronic proof of an employee's COVID-19 vaccination, but it's unclear when digital vaccine certificates will be ready.
Cockroach Labs is looking to advance its CockroachDB database platform in 2021 with $160 million in new funding that it will use to help expand features and market reach.
High-priced phones from Apple and Samsung have energized the used phone market, experts said. A $1,000-plus price tag leads many to reconsider the value of a new phone.
While security experts are divided on the level of risk, they agree there is a potential for threats after rioters stormed the Capitol building and ransacked offices.
While the recommendations for AI regulation in the White House memo are loose, they appear to show the government is beginning to embrace AI, and could be a start toward oversight.
The cyber security company’s Australia cloud location will address data localisation requirements amid growing adoption of cloud-based security services
The international arm of Telstra has hired former DXC Technology executive Geraldine Kor as its managing director for South Asia to tap new growth opportunities
Microsoft releases fixes for 84 bugs on the first Patch Tuesday of 2021, including a critical zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Defender
In what it says is an important statement of intent following a 2020 with a number of innovations, incumbent telco announces new division designed to deliver next-gen digital platforms and services
IT outsourcing sector growth is an indication that businesses are beginning to see light at the end of the tunnel amid the Covid-19 pandemic and the economic disruption it has brought
Data dump understood to include screenshots of emails, peer review information, PDFs and PowerPoint presentations
A Covid-19 immunity and vaccination passport developed by two UK firms and backed by Innovate UK has entered the live testing phase
Increased 5G network capacity will enable AR experience for landmark BBC series using holographic video to explore the world from the perspective of plants
Coordinated international operation including Europol and the UK’s National Crime Agency has successfully taken DarkMarket offline
Recycling and asset disposal specialist continues on its mission to become one of the biggest players in the UK market
Distributor plans to offer more support to resellers as staff sign up to increase their technical knowledge
Now Amazon, Google and Apple have all cut ties with controversial, free speech-championing social networking site Parler, claims made by its CEO that it will bounce back are starting to ring hollow
In addition to the fix for its antivirus software, Microsoft also corrected a publicly disclosed printer driver flaw that affected Windows client and server systems.
Fears of failing to comply with strict regulations grow as financial services firms identify more suspicious financial activity on their networks
Facing delays of critical products along with superior offerings by AMD and Nvidia the past couple of years, Intel CEO is stepping down to be replaced by VMware CEO Pat Gelsinger.
Top PC manufacturers Dell, HP and Lenovo emphasized at-home flexibility in their CES laptop announcements. Remote work has driven the need to be productive anywhere.
With the world of work changed forever due to the Covid-19 pandemic, mobile apps cash in, with consumer spend increasing 20% annually with business apps showing particular spike in usage
Oracle has released its APEX low-code development platform as a managed service, touting it as a high-functioning, lower-cost alternative to other low-code tools.
Oracle's flagship DB platform is moving beyond its roots with the 21c update, to embrace more languages and models in a bid to create a universal converged database offering.
Retailers at NRF discuss COVID-19 operations and how they changed retail forever. Also: the technologies that keep customer experience consistent during supply-chain disruptions.
Irish High Court says it will issue a judgment as soon as possible over a draft decision by Ireland’s data protection commissioner to order Facebook to stop the transfer of data about EU citizens to datacentres in the US
Some aspects of cyber security have taken a backseat as companies across the Asia-Pacific region rush to shore up their infrastructure to cope with the demands of remote work
Strong service performance, reliability and enterprise-grade features drive uptake of Zoom Phone as still rapidly growing conferencing firm announces $1.75bn share offering
Pat Gelsinger is calling time on his tenure as CEO at VMware to return to take over the leadership reins at ex-employer Intel
UK’s largest and busiest container port to test the potential of 5G across two use cases: enabling remotely controlled cranes and optimising predictive maintenance though IoT and AI
VMware Virtual Volumes and a move from NetApp to Pure Storage saw cosmetics retailer Beauty Success make performance gains and eliminate bottlenecks in ordering and logistics
Record sales and a rapid response to the changing demands caused by the coronavirus pandemic helped the channel get through 2020
Lords committee told that the risks associated with various emerging digital technologies must be assessed together, with input from UK citizens, if the government is to avoid ‘siloisation’ of fundamentally interconnected problems
Council reveals some more insight into how the Pysa ransomware gang infiltrated its systems by exploiting legacy technology
Councils in Scotland still suffer from a lack of digital skills among staff despite progress during the pandemic, and the Scottish Local Government Digital Office has failed to deliver its goal of common platforms and joint procurement, according to Audit Scotland’s Accounts Commission
Amazon Web Services has responded to news of Parler’s attempt to sue it for breach of contract by filing a lawsuit detailing allegations of the various threats it claims forced it to pull the plug on the stricken social media site
Three years have passed since open banking regulations came into force and momentum is gathering
Two of the UK’s mobile giants make significant additions to next-gen networks, but BT consumer CEO warns that rivals are not giving customers meaningful levels of coverage and quality in their 5G offers
Technology startups in London raised near-record levels of venture capital investment last year despite uncertainty related to Brexit and Covid-19
Open banking requires cross-industry collaboration, but sharing personal data requires explicit consent, which can become a bottleneck
Lawmakers in states and Congress are showing increasing interest in guarding against AI bias. Legislation in California and New York City seeks system audits.
Mobile chip giant makes strategic acquisition to augment technology roadmap to redefine compute performance for next-generation devices
The managed service community has kept many small and medium-sized enterprises going throughout the course of the pandemic, says Kaseya CEO
Qualcomm's $1.4 billion acquisition of Nuvia would bring a top-notch silicon design team to the mobile chipmaker. Qualcomm did not say when it expects to close the deal.
The HubStor product will continue to be offered, but Veritas intends to integrate its technology and capabilities into its Enterprise Data Services Platform in the future.
COVID-19 vaccine management is getting the attention of HR vendors. Workday announced its vaccine tool, which integrates with the platform's core HR data.
New research from Tenable shows a dramatic increase in vulnerability disclosures since 2015, as well as concerning data about data breaches, ransomware threats and unpatched bugs.
An opinion from the European Court of Justice has the potential to lead to a flood of privacy complaints against Facebook if upheld
With more than 20,000 documents to review each month, Assent Compliance, a supply chain data management vendor, turned to AWS to automate its text analysis operations.
Shopify, Salesforce and Google take action in wake of Capitol riots, as adware and customer experience platforms play an uncomfortable role in political events and discourse.
The tech company has received funding from Innovate UK to create a digital identity trust scheme, aiming to improve identity verification in the residential property sector
Banks and telcos contributed nearly one-third of spending on big data analytics in the region, while the government and healthcare sectors will register the highest growth rates, new research finds
Co-construction approach between leading bank and telco ensures business continuity during deployment of software-defined infrastructure across France as part of its digital transformation strategy
The approach to digital public services needs to be reinvented to catch up with global leaders, according to new research
Next-generation network to offer key regional hub migration of legacy applications to support increased passenger capacity, reliability and ease of expansion
Organisations in Finland are developing quantum computing capabilities through a state and private sector partnership
Vaccination Credential Initiative is working to ensure that people vaccinated against Covid-19 can access their records in a secure, verifiable and privacy-preserving way
Latest tech market tracking data shows demand for cloud services is rising across the continent, but local IT providers are continuing to lose share to US giants such as Amazon, Microsoft and Google
Nordic tech startups are looking to take pet tech mainstream following the acceleration of the industry during the current pandemic
Recently appointed John Tavares has plans to reach out to MSPs, get more partners involved with SaaS and has a partner programme to launch in Q2
New funding proposals come as US government reels from the impact of the December 2020 SolarWinds attack
Cloud platform provider and comms tech supplier announce plans to jointly develop cloud-native 5G core solutions for communications service providers and enterprise customers with cloud capabilities to the network edge to accelerate enterprise digital transformation
Security player will deepen investment in its top-level partners as it looks to reward those who have invested in the firm
Samsung has dropped the starting price of its latest Galaxy phones by 20%. The S21 line will start at $800 when it goes on sale Jan. 29. Other models will cost $1,000 and $1,200.
Home Office claims data wiped from national police systems only relates to people who have never been convicted of a crime or had further police action taken against them following an arrest
Research firm predicts sales of private LTE/5G infrastructure to show 43% CAGR from 2019 to 2024, potentially worth an estimated $5.7bn (£4.2bn)
The life sciences vertical has begun to fully embrace cloud computing, spurred on in part because of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Deloitte research; other IT channel news.
ScyllaDB Project Circe sets out to help improve consistency, elasticity and performance for the open source NoSQL database.
Data storytelling remains a focal point for Yellowfin. Stories, the vendor's narrative generation tool, features heavily in both its latest platform update and roadmap for 2021.
Pax8 fueled its global ambitions in a span of two weeks with a U.K.-based acquisition and strategic leadership team, in addition to a $98 million boost in funding.
Updated MDM service benefits from integrations with the broader cloud-native Informatica platform that is built on top of a microservices Kubernetes-based architecture.