Nearly nine in 10 organisations in Singapore are using cloud services, but cost and security concerns remain
Many IT workers say their companies are working to address gender diversity in their IT departments, according to Computer Weekly’s salary survey
Sweden becomes latest Nordic state to establish a national cyber security centre as the threat landscape grows
Large companies showed an increase of nearly 40%, an increased adoption driven by remote working surge caused by the pandemic
More than 60,000 Woolworths employees across store and e-commerce operations, supply chain network and support offices are expected to benefit from the new investment
Weak access controls and outdated systems blamed for leaking of the personal details of thousands of Dutch citizens tested for Covid-19
Global operator signs deal to deploy optical transport portfolio to deliver more automated, higher-capacity network to meet growing demands of residential and Industry 4.0
Remote working has become a fact of life for many office-based workers during the pandemic, and there has also been a rise in remote staff monitoring
It has been a busy last seven days across the industry on the recruitment and promotion front
Nearly a year into the pandemic, a study reveals a concerning tendency for organisations not to bother offering security training for remote workers
Cloudian's integration with VMware's vSAN Data Persistence platform allows its customers to consolidate on-premises and cloud-native applications on the same object storage software.
Industry groups mapping the UK’s technology landscape say the North-West of England is a hotspot for growing tech firms, which benefit from increasing investment and geographic proximity to academic and business support networks
The app, which is being funded by the AI in Health and Care Award programme, turns a smartphone camera into a clinical-grade tool to help detect kidney disease
London, Lisbon, Milan, Bordeaux, Burgas and Warsaw trigger investment in smart technologies as part of Sharing Cities programme
The first few weeks of 2021 have started strongly for distributors across western Europe
Barry University initially deployed NetApp HCI to host its VMware farm. The hyper-converged system allowed the Miami-area school to scale its private cloud during the pandemic.
The latest investigation updates from SolarWinds and Microsoft offer differing views on how nation-state threat actors compromised SolarWinds' environment.
At its developer conference, Adobe debuts Experience Manager features to enable faster headless e-commerce deployments and GraphQL functionality for content personalization.
New government-backed body will be set up to boost careers opportunities and professional standards in the cyber security sector
The business intelligence vendor unveiled Sisense Fusion, a rebranded version of Sisense's platform named to reflect the vendor's new focus on embedded BI capabilities.
Belgium’s Interuniversity Microelectronics Centre has developed a big data platform that can analyse DNA data up to 16 times faster than current techniques
Leading regional telco deploys Cloud Pak for Automation technology to modernise network operations and deliver fast and secure services to clients and looks to IBM Global Business Services to build and manage its datacentre
Children from across the world invited to take part in artificial intelligence competition launched by Russian bank-turned-tech business
The NHSmail email service saw a steady decline in suspected phishing emails during the course of 2020
Many data scientists are having a hard time moving data science initiatives beyond proof-of-concept projects
Polish video game developer CD Projekt has released details of a ransomware attack on its systems
Gov.uk Verify’s largest identity provider is closing down its accounts, telling users to re-register with one of the two remaining providers by the end of March 2021
Positive Technologies built a picture of dark web hacking forums via data from the 10 active forums and over 8 million users, though the veracity of such posts remains unclear.
Big Blue refreshes three entry-level systems – the 5200, 5035 and 5015 – with the flagship of them gaining all-NVMe flash storage capability and cluster scaling to 10s of PB
Damage from data breaches goes far beyond the impact to the target organisation – an obvious fact that is too often overlooked, says F-Secure
The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is clear in the full-year numbers reported by the educational specialist
Consultancy giant confirms that contractors will only be able to engage with it via a third-party umbrella or employment agency after April 2021, as part of its IR35 compliance strategy
The review, which will be led by Ben Goldacre, will look at home-efficient and safe use of health data for research and analysis
Former altnet turned UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform provider announces plan to transform two of the White Rose county’s largest conurbations into digitally connected cities
As it announces role in delivering transformation for pharmacy chain, BT reveals data showing that it employs one in every 12 people in UK’s IT and communications sector
Data protection claim filed in London against social media giant for its alleged failure to give at least one million users in England and Wales meaningful control over their personal data
The CEO of data management startup Monte Carlo, which raised $25 million in Series B funding Tuesday, details her views on the key pillars of data reliability.
More than 1.7 million users asked to isolate by UK app as a result of a close contact since launch, helping to break chains of transmission and prevent the deaths of thousands, says developer
A rise in tech union organizing is linked to the rise in employee activism, according to experts. They also believe the climate for union activity is changing.
The intruder increased the quantity of sodium hydroxide in the water from 100 parts per million to 11,100 parts per million briefly before a water plant operator fixed it.
Microsoft is doing some spring cleaning with its Edge browser. The April Windows update will uninstall Edge Legacy and replace it with the new, Chromium-based Edge.
In the hybrid cloud world, developers with open source skills are more likely to be hired by enterprises than developers skilled in proprietary technologies.
New IBM flash storage includes 1U FlashSystem building block starting at 38 TB. The launch comes as IBM consolidates storage products around its FlashSystem flagship.
Nuance acquires speech transcription vendor Saykara, adding the startup's tech to Nuance's arsenal of health IT systems. Meanwhile, Nuance and Best Buy Health execs tout CX benefits from AI.
Elasticsearch license changes have forced a fork, which could broaden choices for IT buyers interested in that project. But worries also linger about open source sustainability.
Australian Data Centres will deploy Oracle’s Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer to host cloud services for the federal government
Ducati and Lenovo have signed another three-year deal that will see the MotoGP team dig deeper into its technology partner's product portfolio in pursuit of performance gains on the track by embracing virtual desktops, HPC and edge computing
Remote working has put a strain on the helpdesk, and there is a backlog of unresolved tickets that is taking days to clear
Industry groups want renewed multilateral negotiations between countries about taxation of the digital economy in the wake of Joe Biden’s election as US president
Eight arrests have been made in England and Scotland in connection with a series of Sim-swapping attacks targeting high-profile victims
Security player has deemed that the time is right to unveil its first highest-tiered partner in the country
Another dangerous zero-day exploit is among 56 vulnerabilities patched by Microsoft in February’s Patch Tuesday update
Indian IT service provider Tata Consultancy Services commits to recruiting UK IT professionals
Networking player D-Link wants to grow its channel base in 2021, with managed service providers among its targets
UK telco taps global mobile virtual network enabler service provider, offering cloud-based real-time communications platforms, to assist in on-boarding partners to virtual network
A four-year, £2bn procurement framework geared towards helping public sector organisations decarbonise their operations has gone-live
French bank formalises remote working policy after discussions with labour unions
Theories that the cyber attack on a high-profile gaming studio was orchestrated by players who are disappointed in a videogame are likely wide of the mark, according to analysis
Schneider, Datto, Secureworks, Group-IB and SecureDrives have all made moves to reach out to a wider channel base
Microsoft addresses 56 total unique vulnerabilities, including six that were publicly disclosed, and gives administrators their second dose for August's Zerologon issue.
Database software giant Oracle continues to build out its hybrid cloud product and services strategy, with a focus on helping enterprises build out edge compute environments for low-connectivity-requiring workloads
Survey finds almost half of those controlling decisions on the deployment of internet of things technology and services would like to own a dedicated network in-house
A vast amount of money was lost to romance scammers last year, and with millions of people isolated in lockdown the problem is getting worse, according to a report
Oracle releases Fusion Cloud Customer Experience suite updates that include tools for B2B selling, B2B customer service and loyalty programs connected to Oracle CDP data.
Operator-commissioned study claims first phase of scheme to reduce partial not-spots in the UK could mean rural communities contribute an added £58.9m to UK GDP each year
New Relic Explorer reflects a need for simple, quick troubleshooting within observability tools from enterprises whose businesses increasingly depend on application performance.
HYCU backup and recovery for Microsoft Office 365 marks the vendor's first protection for software as a service, with further expansion expected soon.
EraDB made its EraSearch log management platform generally available, providing organizations with a system that can help improve performance and scalability.
More fuel to fibre roll-out across the UK, with leading west of England ISP Truespeed propelling Bath into the gigabit era, while third national broadband provider CityFibre heads to Inverness with its gigabit net
Cisco forecasts revenue growth between 3.5% and 5.5% this quarter, driven by increased sales of wireless networking products and video conferencing hardware and software.
The new Palantir IBM Cloud Pak for Data is designed to help inexperienced users create AI-based applications that can work across multiple hybrid cloud platforms.
Security researcher Alex Birsan breached several major tech companies, including Microsoft and Apple, through a novel technique that manipulated open source supply chains.
Citrix will help companies measure employee wellness with simple programs that can take surveys and distribute health and corporate news.
The Singapore telco reveals that its Accellion file sharing system was illegally hacked in a supply chain attack
Nationwide is working with local organisations to boost tech skills
Nordic Drone Initiative backed by 16 public and privately owned organisations in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark to probe the efficient use of airspace for drones
There were more than 6,500 participants in the opening heats of the National Cyber Security Centre’s CyberFirst Girls competition this year
Analysis of thousands of CVEs logged with NIST in 2020 reveals some unwelcome developments
Operator’s 5G and mobile edge compute technology, coupled with IT consultancy’s retail industry and solution engineering experience, aims to improve store operating efficiency and enhance the customer experience
Research shows that customers looking to improve competitiveness will be reaching out to the channel over the course of this year
The government’s draft framework, which aims to set out rules for the use of digital identities, will be tested with industries, services, users and organisations ahead of a final version being published
In The Martian, Matt Damon is stranded on Mars, and his comms link is so slow that it takes almost an hour to have a conversation. Now HPE is going into orbit
US banking giant resumes online account for UK savers after temporarily withdrawing it in response to high demand
Vastaamo, the Finnish psychotherapy centre whose patients were blackmailed by a cyber criminal gang, has filed for bankruptcy
Channel player CDW shares details of its trading as it wraps up on 2020
The investment will fund Plus' autonomous driving software, which could enable long-haul trucks to drive themselves along long stretches of highway.
US and Europe show differing directions of travel in remote working take-up but leading collaboration systems exhibit four-figure growth since February 2020, with usage levels set to remain high as the new normal of work establishes itself
Vendor is keen to unify its programmes and put more partners in front of each other and customers
Salesforce is unveiling a vision of the future of work based on what it calls ‘Cloud 3.0’, with ‘Hyperforce’ – a rearchitecting of the Salesforce CRM platform to run on public clouds
A new strategic partnership between ThoughtSpot and Microsoft Azure unveiled on Feb. 11 includes joint product development plans in addition to enhanced connective capabilities.
Experts argue regulation needs to be well thought out to avoid stifling innovation and fundamentally misunderstanding how online platforms operate.
Combination of two of Vodafone’s largest partners, Onecom and Olive, will create a communications powerhouse
Market falls back, but old comms devices maintain value in 2020 despite Covid-19, with $786m returned to US consumers in Q4 2020 alone, representing a 38% rise from Q3 for the secondary device market
With the acquisition of BackHub, Rewind's SaaS data protection extends to GitHub, helping customers protect their code without having to cobble together backup themselves.
The Ionic Capacitor mobile development framework helps enterprise developers build apps using standard web technology so they can tune their custom web apps for mobile devices.
In addition to the advisory published by Massachusetts officials, the FBI issued a private industry notification Tuesday that referenced poor password security.
The £800m research and development funding agency announced in December 2019, lacks a clear purpose so far, according to the Science and Technology Committee
SD-WAN provider teams with networking and collaboration technology giant to address distributed enterprises’ communications needs
Research from Privacy International raises concerns about the deep involvement of technology companies in the development and deployment of various technologies throughout the UK’s border regime, along with the lack of scrutiny they receive
Managed security services provider with a global footprint is snapped up by private equity player
Distributor issues an update detailing how it fared in the last six months of 2020, with coronavirus and Brexit both having an impact on the business
Salesforce says its remote work hiring, or work-from-anywhere, model will improve its diversity and hiring goals. Hiring in inexpensive areas may be critical, according to experts.
Collaboration between Nokia and CPQD set to explore Open RAN-compliant RIC platform to develop 5G use cases such as fixed wireless access smart cities and Industry 4.0
Research reveals that maybe the real issue in the big broadband debate is to be found inside the home rather than outside, especially for remote workers
With new features and roadmap plans, Dynatrace looked past IT observability toward becoming a broader business intelligence platform.
Reddit will expand into international markets after raising $250 million. It also announced plans to double its staff size and invest in video and advertising.
Starburst previewed a new managed service based on the open source Trino-based data management and query engine platform technology during the Datanova virtual conference.
Google has added to Gmail the ability to search all of a person's email addresses. The more comprehensive search results make it easier to find emails within inboxes.
Distributed SQL database vendor issues new stable release of its platform, adding support for Apache Spark 3.0 and encryption for data at rest.
Startup LucidLink has bundled its Filespaces file system with IBM's Cloud Object Storage offerings. Distributed work teams can access shared data as network-attached storage.
Microsoft has slashed the price of its dual-screen Surface Duo phone. Experts said the device, which is focused on office work, failed to connect with consumers.
Thirdera, formed from the merger of Evergreen Systems, Cerna Solutions and NovoScale, said it plans to acquire and integrate ServiceNow consulting firms; other IT channel news.