Royal Mail contractors are ‘frustrated’ by the lack of transparency over their changing tax status, as the company confirms it is moving those ‘likely to be’ inside IR35 onto PAYE working arrangements
UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform provider claims Tyneside digital revolution is gathering pace as the first homes are connected to next-generation full-fibre network
Global survey reveals that although many public and private sector organisations have elements of secure access service edge in their IT stack, few have a comprehensive architecture and a significant number do not embrace the philosophy at all
Key Scottish population belt identified as the first territory for investment as part of UK government’s £5bn investment in next-generation broadband
NDR player views the channel as key to growing its footprint in the growing mid-market
The UK government is searching for a new information commissioner with an updated remit to use data to support growth and innovation, and plans on reaching new international data partnerships
With new data catalog capabilities and enhanced SAP connectors, Qlik continues its focus on the concept of active intelligence to enable users to more easily gain insights.
Until the robots take over, the best chance of gaining growth is to reach out to an experienced and skilled person. More across the industry have done just that in the past week
The Chinese nation-state actor's targets include 10 different Indian power sector organizations, but Recorded Future said there's no evidence RedEcho triggered blackouts.
SAP’s newly minted president for Asia-Pacific and Japan talks up the company’s cloud traction and what is being done to ease the transition to S/4 Hana
Strategy Analytics survey finds that despite mass roll-out of next-gen networks, in the real world of the internet of things, 4G will continue as the dominant underlying platform, and 5G-based IoT growth will be gradual over the remaining part of the decade
Norwegian online advertising marketplace completes cloud migration in a single night after months of delay due to the pandemic
Sapphire Systems has moved for InCloud Solutions in a bid to add more depth to its cloud ERP expertise
Council and its children’s services partner award contracts worth £13.2m for shared IT infrastructure
The Common Platform digital system aims to make it easier to share and manage case information across the criminal justice system
Openreach opts for optical network monitoring system to address network quality, including validating new construction, performing pre-activation checks and monitoring ongoing services
HSBC is offering its customers training in how to bank digitally in a safe and effective way as it, like many banks, moves customers out of branches and towards using online services
Latest quarterly market tracker report from CBRE paints a positive picture of how the growth of the European colocation market is set to proceed in the years to come
Figures from Context indicate the impact of the government schemes to get laptops into the hands of students learning from home
The Swedish National Infrastructure for Computing has commissioned HPE to build a supercomputer for one of Sweden’s largest technical universities
After its latest update, Arcserve's flagship data protection software has integrated Sophos security and supports AWS S3 Object Lock to make backups immutable.
Despite a large majority of people agreeing that diversity and inclusion initiatives are important, some people are still hesitant to speak about it as a topic, according to TTC research
StorOne S1 flash management stack is tuned for optimal run on Seagate Exos Application Platform 5U servers. Four configurations are available that mix Seagate disk and SSDs.
Amazon is facing a lawsuit from a corporate employee who details inappropriate behavior of co-workers and broad allegations about the firm's treatment of Black employees.
The European Union’s proposal could see the creation of a Covid-19 vaccine passport to enable travel across the EU
Microsoft has extended its low-code application development strategy with a new programming language known as Power Fx that will be consistent across the Power Platform.
Dynamics 365 users in marketing and sales get CX features forged from the pandemic economy that enable one-to-one digital experiences.
As the economy reopens, people are set to return to office work. But some are likely to want the flexibility to work from home
Microsoft's Teams Connect lets companies message and share files with partners and customers through the collaboration app. Teams users have wanted the feature for a while.
Azure Percept includes software for building machine learning models or deploying pre-built models, as well as hardware to deploy the models at the edge.
PGA Tour selects Amazon Web Services as its official cloud service partner as it sets about revamping tournament viewing experience for golf fans
A federal review of vital global supply chains such as semiconductors will likely produce a 'carrot/stick approach' to change, according to Gartner's Kamala Raman.
Salesforce's tool for manufacturer rebates may have applications in other verticals, as it automates typically spreadsheet-driven processes.
Augmented intelligence features and value are what separate leading BI platforms from the rest, Gartner analyst Rita Sallam said in a recent interview.
Nexsan Assureon can now be deployed on Azure and private clouds, no longer tying its immutable storage and active archive capabilities to Unity appliances.
The CEO of a data integration startup explains how he is looking to grow the technology and community behind the vendor's open source data extract and loading platform.
Microsoft said the latest 365 security features provide better protection for corporate data. The improvements guard sensitive information against attacks and leaks.
Microsoft rolled out a series of enhancements for the company's cloud data efforts, including updates to Azure Cosmos DB and a new database service for Cassandra.
The hybrid cloud message is resonating among Southeast Asian enterprises that are looking to modernise their applications and systems, says IBM’s general manager for the region
As businesses prepare for the return to the office, HPE expects many of its customers will continue to need remote working and advanced analytics
IG Design Group gains a modern backup regime with data held on disk, in the cloud and long-term on tape in a move that has helped it to slash backup and restore times
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella sets out his vision for how the world of work, and the IT underpinning it, will need to change to become more flexible and decentralised once the Covid-19 pandemic is over
UK and Ireland managing director of recruitment giant Hays writes to HM Treasury to demand a delay and review of the government’s plans to roll out the IR35 reforms to the private sector from April 2021
Virgin Media trials optical networking technology that could pave way to faster internet connectivity that is easier to upgrade
Microsoft releases an emergency patch to address multiple zero-day exploits directed at on-premise installations of Exchange Server
CERN-led multi-petabyte scale research data archive bid will use Google cloud and compete with AWS-based and open source designs from other providers Libnova and Onedata
IMRG data shows smaller retailers did ‘astronomically well’ in online sales growth after Covid-19 took hold last year
Fresh from an acquisition, MSP Node4 has attracted fresh backers, and Radius has sealed its eighth acquisition in the past two years
US software startup’s ‘milestone’ agreement with employees focuses on job security and labour rights rather than salaries and benefits
The channel has focused in on the impact of the budget on the SME community with the chancellor of the exchequer looking to increase digital skills and technology adoption
Upland Software buys BlueVenn customer data platform for $54.3 million in cash, adding to Upland's growing cloud platform of marketing and analytics apps.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a slew of tech-related measures in this year's Budget, which also included a visa review for highly-skilled IT professionals and a £375m fund for innovative businesses
Pure Storage on Equinix Metal allows customers to build a Pure Storage cloud on dedicated all-flash tenants. Equinix is rolling it out in 18 U.S. and international markets.
More details have emerged about the Accellion FTA attacks since the December disclosure, including possible threat groups behind the breach and a growing list of victims.
Both the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency and National Security Agency advise patching the Exchange Server zero-days immediately.
Cisco said it will sell and support Acacia's optical networking products separately. Cisco will also continue selling the technology with its switches and routers.
Microsoft Azure Communication Services is now in preview, with deep integration with Microsoft Teams so developers can build real-time user experiences.
Veritas has seen increased demand for its availability tools as it looks to address backup and recovery requirements from cloud, database and VMware workloads
Automation specialist picks up cloud support player with operations stretched across the globe
The ‘high-risk, high-reward’ UK equivalent of ARPA will be provided with powers to fund and develop projects, including exemption from freedom of information requests and 10 years to prove its own success
UK increases the amount that can be spent in one go using a contactless payments card to £100
Security services supplier confirms that some of its data was stolen via vulnerabilities in Accellion’s file transfer product
The cyber security sector is making painfully slow progress towards gender equality, according to a report
Vendor ushers in EMEA programme to help partners work with distribution to earn more rewards
HM Revenue & Customs confirms it has corrected a calculation error in a recent educational IR35 webinar that saw it fail to factor in employers’ NI in examples of how payments should be made between end-clients, agencies and PSCs post-April 2021
Okta CEO Todd McKinnon said Auth0 shares his company's vision to establish identity services as one of the 'primary clouds' for enterprises, such as IaaS and collaboration.
Smart hardware and software technologies allow national US network provider to manage unprecedented traffic driven by major growth in online video and gaming
Bank of Ireland is latest bank to pin its future on digital channels as customers change their banking habits
US CISA issues emergency guidance as impact of four newly disclosed Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities becomes clearer
Microsoft Mesh lets people meet with colleagues as avatars in a virtual meeting place. Participants can work together on 3D models and interact through gestures.
Multibillion-dollar acquisition a vote of confidence in future of identity and access management services
Coinciding with the launch of Call of Duty: Warzone update, Virgin Media records its busiest day on record, with the average user downloading more than 20GB of data
Sparked by feedback from both existing and potential customers, startup BI vendor Sisu redesigned its platform to make data exploration and analysis more efficient.
Microsoft is making Power BI Premium, the top-tier version of the big tech vendor's business intelligence platform, available on a per-user basis for the first time.
Microsoft wants Universal Print to replace on-premises print servers. The cloud service provides printer management and eliminates the use of printer drivers.
Microsoft 365 Defender's new threat analytics feature includes step-by-step reports on attacks, vulnerabilities and more, as well as links to relevant alerts in each report.
To adapt to security challenges like remote work and increasingly sophisticated threats, Microsoft is building a passwordless ecosystem within Azure Active Directory.
The leader of a young open source database company explains why the vendor is raising new money as the demand for cloud scalability continues to grow.
Sitecore's $1.2 billion investment plan for cloud modernization kicks off with the acquisition of Boxever and Four51.
APAC organisations are using open source software to modernise their infrastructure and develop containerised applications, though security concerns linger on
App Annie research finds stay-at-home orders and lockdowns drive uptake of business productivity applications such as Zoom Cloud Meetings, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams, growing 35% annually
Public support for greater use of digital technologies such as AI depends on how much trust people have in its governance, says report
A restricted set of data of over 580,000 frequent flyer members of Singapore Airlines was exposed in a supply chain attack against Sita’s passenger service system
New hybrid Pro Broadband product aims to deliver Wi-Fi in every room through hybrid router that is claimed to deliver uninterrupted wireless connectivity
Both firms have dipped their toes back into the acquisition waters after making recent purchases
Cyber attack on central trust that manages secondary schools in Nottinghamshire leaves them unable to access IT systems and deliver remote lessons
Former Veritas staffer Jamie Farrelly joins Commvault at a time when the data player is going through a transformation and is keen to take its channel partners with it
Chancellor announces that companies investing in qualifying new plant and machinery assets will be able to claim a ‘super-deduction’ allowance
Analysis from technical teams at FireEye’s Mandiant tracked activity exploiting newly disclosed vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server more than a month ago
Williams Formula One team forced to pull augmented reality app it had planned to use to launch its 2021 car at the last minute after an apparent cyber attack
Research finds that by stripping away bureaucracy, flattening hierarchies and streamlining processes, the response to Covid-19 has given an indication as to how work could and should change for the better, but there will be losers along with the winners
Aiming to address a world of work in which Covid-19 brought a decade’s worth of progress in a year’s time,T-Mobile launches a collaborative solutions suite that it says will meet the challenges of remote working head on
Microsoft's Productivity Score update lets an organization's tech buyers monitor, without the help of IT staff, the average performance of employees' PCs and mobile devices.
Blockchain isn't just for cryptocurrency. The technology can be an additional layer of security and authenticity enabling an immutable transaction ledger in a relational database.
Not every enterprise needs the detailed configurability of Istio service mesh, and devs can unobtrusively experiment with Linkerd alongside other Kubernetes workloads.
Research on post-pandemic outsourcing trends reveals shifts in organizations' thinking about service providers and digital transformation initiatives; other news.
Samsung's new in-memory processing architecture brings compute capability to high-bandwidth memory to address data bottlenecks with AI and HPC workloads.
SimpliVity has added integration with HPE Cloud Volumes Backup and HPE StoreOnce to enable easier backup at the edge, as well as a new Kubernetes CSI plug-in.
The latest Teams version lets webinar hosts register people and send notifications. Microsoft has also increased the number of view-only webinar participants to 20,000.
Palo Alto Networks will add Bridgecrew DevSecOps tools to Prisma Cloud and open its considerable coffers to fund the new acquisition's infrastructure-as-code projects.
The hybrid workplace model is being embraced by Schneider Electric, which is moving to coworking offices for its employees. The firm sees it as an adaptable, if challenging, option.