Number three public cloud supplier has made inroads into Southeast Asian enterprises such as Indonesia’s Salim Group and is assessing opportunities for new cloud regions
Firm’s recent virtual Clear conference indicated that more customers were looking for employee development tools and no-code options
In its second recent strategic acquisition, transport and broadband access solutions provider swoops for automation firm to deliver and manage intelligent network and processing functions at the network edge
Government agrees to change private prosecution rules that were abused by the Post Office in its pursuit of subpostmasters wrongly accused of financial crimes
Two care homes trial telemedicine system that allows GPs to carry out detailed patient assessments without leaving the surgery
Diversity in the channel has improved and Vivienne Francis, a senior channel executive at Motorola Solutions, is making sure that trend continues
DCMS Committee takes government to task for the second time in two months for lack of response in how it will ensure communications strategy is realised
A Sophos EMEA channel appointment leads the list of personnel changes that have happened across the channel in the past week
Committee looks for evidence on how the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office can respond to opportunities and challenges brought by new and emerging technologies
Customer experience specialist Sabio again turns to acquisition as a route to expanding its capabilities and market reach
Consequences for alleged perpetrators of the SolarWinds attack are expected within the next few weeks
Leading next-generation network test lab announces latest project offering a showcase for what the future of connected transport could look like in its home region and beyond
Less than six months after its IPO, McAfee has agreed to sell its enterprise business to private equity firm Symphony Technology Group and refocus on consumer cybersecurity.
Programme launched to help Scottish local authorities and public sector organisations reap the benefits from improved connectivity without overburdening their resources
Indian IT services supplier Wipro makes biggest acquisition in its history as it bolsters consultancy offering
Microsoft said it's seen increased Exchange Server attacks, as well as more threat actors beyond the Chinese state-sponsored Hafnium group conducting attacks.
Deal to sell off enterprise unit will see McAfee become a pure-play consumer organisation
Subpostmaster victims who have spent millions bringing the Post Office IT scandal to light have received no reply to their concerns from Boris Johnson
European Banking Authority was breached through vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Server, but is now back online
Audio visual distributor saw a year of two halves, but has been able to indicate to investors that things are continuing to improve
Although many businesses have tightened spending, digitisation is driving up salaries among DevOps professionals
Security player views move to add to its number of relationships a positive for its channel
Recycling specialist Restore continues with its strategy of acquiring more market coverage with its second deal this year
UK’s third-largest broadband provider announces plans to light up fibre in key area of southern England, addressing the current and future digital needs of residents and businesses in the region
UK app-based bank Starling reaches unicorn status following its latest round of funding
The vendor’s recently appointed UK&I channel director, Denise Bryant, shares her immediate priorities as she looks to increase support for partners.
Since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, the number of hackers reporting security vulnerabilities and bugs to enterprises has increased by nearly two-thirds
Finnish comms provider inks deal with Danish operator to roll out new 450 MHz LTE infrastructure for mass volume IoT and mission critical data coverage
Study finds more than half of UK mobile users regularly suffer signal problems at home, including calls dropping out, but a similar percentage do not check network coverage maps before signing up to a service
More than 1,600 police and law enforcement officials conduct drug raids after the compromise of an encrypted mobile phone network that has parallels with EncroChat
Catalogic has added support for AWS RDS to its CloudCasa Kubernetes backup-as-a-service platform, citing overlap between customers who need container backup and cloud database backup.
Tableau unveiled the Global Tracker, a new tool to help organizations track coronavirus vaccinations by country and enable them to make decisions related to the pandemic.
The Linux Foundation, along with Lyft, wants mobile developers to ride together and help eliminate obstacles in building large-scale, enterprise Android and iOS apps.
Making good on their promise last fall, Nvidia and VMware have delivered a platform allowing vSphere 7 users to run the next generation of AI-based applications.
Data integration and data loading efforts could get easier to execute, as open source DFDL project becomes a Top-Level Project at the Apache Software Foundation.
More details continue to emerge since last week's disclosure of zero-day vulnerabilities and attacks on Microsoft Exchange Server, including the broad range of potential victims.
A new round of funding may vault WorkFusion into the top echelon of enterprise automation vendors currently occupied by UiPath, Blue Prism and Automation Anywhere.
For many organizations that rely on Exchange for reasons in addition to email, a move to a more secure messaging platform is not an option.
Those who perform highly structured administrative jobs in finance, accounting and procurement are most at risk as automation continues to reshape Australia’s workforce
Belgian and Dutch police have breached the encryption of users of Sky ECC, the world’s largest cryptophone network. There are significant parallels with the international police operation against the EncroChat cryptophone network which led to hundreds of arrests
Comms and IT provider AT&T teams with security specialist Fortinet to offer network solution based on SASE principles to support distributed workforces and solve associated challenges
MP condemns department’s ‘bizarre’ rejection of freedom of information request linked to Post Office IT scandal
Local media reports suggest websites across Europe have gone offline in the wake of the blaze at OVHcloud’s datacentre campus in Strasbourg, France
Microsoft’s March Patch Tuesday update drops amid ongoing fall-out from widespread Exchange attacks
Security player continues to add more depth to its cloud platform as it continues to reach out to more MSSPs
Vendor rolls out enhancements to its infrastructure-as-a-service offering and reveals the strength of channel involvement
Samsung switches on its first 5G in New Zealand, claiming to bring a new wave of rich and immersive services to users of the Spark network
Football Association Wales CEO Jonathan Ford is stepping down after losing a vote of no confidence triggered by the controversial appointment of Angela van den Bogerd, who was involved in the Post Office IT scandal
Pro bono data skills programme, in tandem with job placement agencies, has the aim of training 10,000 people
Coronavirus, Brexit and having to do everything virtually have not dented distributor’s optimism
Capgemini has a history of providing the force with day-to-day technology services, and will now deliver its infrastructure services under the Pegasus programme
Collaboration technology provider enhances core suite to empower customers to connect from anywhere and integrate with leading collaboration systems
Programme jointly run by Number 10 and Government Digital Service will see 10 leaders enlisted to address key challenges in the public sector
Chip and GPU shortages will prevent PC manufacturers from meeting demand through 2022. Supply constraints could limit PC market growth to single digits, forecasters say.
Largest motorsports and events venue in Northern Europe to implement industrial-grade private 5G network to fulfil international broadcasting needs and provide a secure testing environment for the automotive industry
ThoughtSpot received a $20 million equity investment from a cloud data services provider in a move that helps validate the analytics vendor's strategic focus on the cloud.
IT pros could cobble together an open source service mesh with Open Policy Agent on their own, but Kong Mesh will let them skip that struggle for a price.
Private equity firm Thoma Bravo reached an agreement to acquire Talend, an analytics vendor whose platform enables users to integrate data from disparate sources.
Precisely is getting an infusion of capital as it moves forward with its decades-long business mission to help organizations use data effectively to make key decisions.
Koch industries combines Alkira networking and Palo Alto security for remote office connectivity; Cisco promotes three women on International Women's Day; AT&T, Fortinet partner.
Public cloud infrastructure services made up the lion’s share of cloud spending last year as APAC organisations strive to modernise their IT infrastructure amid the pandemic, study finds
Rural directorate ditched hybrid flash EMC SAN for Pure all-flash storage and cut developer time in half, while beta testing Cloud Block Store and planning container project
Business applications supplier shifts fundamentally to cloud infrastructure while sloughing off enterprise resource planning as it rebrands
Former leading altnet to put a further £1.5m into its high-speed broadband connectivity project
Norway’s parliament, the Storting, suffers second major cyber incident in a year as threat groups capitalise on vulnerable Microsoft Exchange Servers
Malicious actors are turning to new tricks as Emotet fades away
Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison launches competitive attack on SAP as Oracle’s third-quarter results show revenue growth of 3%
Updated strategy aims to equip Scotland for technological transformation post-coronavirus and focuses on building an ethical digital nation
Security players react to changing customer needs with subscription pricing, multi-tenant management and product enhancements
Operator strengthens digital workplace portfolio with two new propositions to help business owners get the latest devices and integrate voice services for Microsoft Teams
Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum outlines plans for the coming year, marking a shift towards a more collaborative regulatory approach
The Post Office Horizon scandal gets bigger as subpostmaster prosecutions in Scotland are reviewed
Cisco found cryptomining malware affected a vast majority of customers in 2020, generating massive amounts of malicious DNS traffic while sucking up precious computing resources.
ServiceNow telecom and financial services users targeted for growth as the company expands customer service offering in Quebec, its latest platform release.
IFS Cloud integrates all IFS enterprise products under a single user interface and unified data model, enabling customers to implement and get value faster.
OVHcloud confirms it is has reserved capacity at other datacentres, and is preparing to ramp up in-house production of its servers to bring its customers back online as soon as possible
ISP pivots from home to business to provide new features tailored to SMEs’ needs and hires new head of business and wholesale to assist post-lockdown working environment
NetApp Astra, a data management service for Kubernetes workloads, gained snapshotting, application-level backups and cloning and became generally available this week.
Data visualisation software provider launches London region for Tableau Online users to access locally hosted version of its cloud platform
ServiceNow has released a new version of its Now Platform that caters to inexperienced developers looking to build customized applications and workflows quickly.
End-to-end cloud-native communications network software provider Mavenir deploys software and API-led connectivity, deep AI/ML knowledge and virtualised network expertise critical for 5G AI use cases
The IT teams that run Mendix PaaS sped up incident response by tossing out a confusing mix of DevOps monitoring tools and settling on one vendor.
Armed with a developer-first focus on security, Snyk has been able to draw $300 million in new funding. It also quadrupled its valuation to $4.7 billion in just over a year.
FalconStor's annual revenue continues to slump, but an increase in net income, new customer bookings and a renewed focus on cloud data storage bring hope to the company.
As the accuracy of AI in transcription tools improves, experts expect people will skip some meetings and rely on collaboration apps to transcribe and summarize the sessions.
A blockchain-based system developed by Singapore-based Zuellig Pharma can help governments and healthcare providers weed out fake vaccines and manage vaccine distribution and administration
New figures on UK business creation show surge in entrepreneurs setting up technology businesses during 2020, while the sector’s hiring efforts climb back to pre-pandemic levels
Cyber criminals have disrupted beer production at Molson Coors, one of the world’s largest brewers
Test of 5G solution designed to go beyond traditional network connectivity and deliver enhanced service quality and creation of new B2B services
The Home Office has failed to acknowledge and be transparent about Digital Services at the Border programme problems, according to the Public Accounts Committee
Vendor Brother extends options for partners with monthly payment plans being offered on its label printer range
As predicted, ransomware gangs have started to target vulnerable instances of Microsoft Exchange Server, making patching an even greater priority
Internet access has a direct correlation to GDP. On the 32nd birthday of the world wide web, its founder calls for improvements to safe access
Channel will have a role in helping customers adjust to a hybrid working world, with many staff indicating they will continue to work from home
UK government ponies up its share of £1bn infrastructure project, designed to reduce partial not-spots in UK locations
Startup raises new funding to help advance its vision for making it easier for business users to extract, load and transform data from one source to another.
Networking tech giant, leading university and national hub for accelerating deployment and adoption of 5G team up to create enterprise-grade cloud and core systems to deliver benefit to communities and businesses
IT-focused staffing company Ellis Recruitment Group shares its take on how the contracting market is responding to the private sector firms enforcing blanket bans
Icertis, founded in 2009, is now valued at more than $2.8 billion with the new funding. The vendor is a key player in the contract management niche.
The UK Space Agency is funding projects such as climate change sensors, compact propulsion systems and satellite image analysis to support the nation’s space ambitions
UK’s national cyber agency calls on organisations affected by the ProxyLogon vulnerabilities to patch their Microsoft Exchange Servers immediately
While only a small number of DearCry ransomware victims have been reported at this time, the infections have hit organizations in the U.S., Canada, Australia and beyond.
Partnership aims to enable customers with global IoT deployments to localise devices over-the-air to operator’s network, avoiding permanent roaming issues and delivering global IoT connectivity
The VMware vSAN storage update aims to help enterprises start with a small HCI deployment. Customers gain the option to connect compute servers to existing storage vSAN clusters.
Businesses have deployed digital whiteboard applications during the pandemic to let remote employees brainstorm ideas and share diagrams and notes online.
Manually tracking thousands of cloud connections was unsustainable for a $36 billion energy company, forcing a cultural and technical shift to DevSecOps.
The number of computer science graduates in the U.S. is rising every year, as are starting salaries, signaling a strong demand for talent.
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Microsoft will say goodbye to the Android and iOS Cortana apps on March 31. The company has retreated from the consumer market to focus on Cortana in 365.