Singtel and Optus are supporting AWS Outposts in their telco edge platforms that will enable enterprises to use AWS services for on-premise 5G applications
Independent Networks Co-operative Association warns that recent momentum in gigabit broadband implementation could be delayed if independent providers and their investors believe UK comms regulator is not willing to listen to their concerns
Unionised private hire drivers in the UK are calling for Microsoft to suspend Uber’s licences to use its Face API technology after claims the ride-hailing firm’s ID-checking system has led to drivers losing their jobs and having licences revoked
Record-breaking double-extortion cyber attack saw REvil gang exfiltrate financial data from Taiwan-based PC manufacturer
External expertise is something that is rising up the agenda for C-suite customers looking for thought leaders
Tie-up between Tech Data and Synnex would see a combined operation with more than $57bn revenues and a global reach
Finnish comms tech supplier marks the first 5G standalone RAN sharing network in Southeast Asia, enables M1-StarHub joint venture to gain Singapore-wide 5G coverage, and breaks a speed barrier
As remote working became the default during the UK lockdown, the importance of dependable and enterprise-acceptable home broadband was never more crucial, but Which? shows that the country’s largest providers have proved a let-down regarding connection reliability, internet speeds and value for money
Self-service business intelligence and data as a service form the foundation of the overhauled platform GoodData plans to release in April following two years of retooling.
The IT team at Lunar created an interface into its log analytics system for the bank's fraud investigators, which helped uncover specific data about questionable accounts.
Barrister advising the Post Office in 2013 stated that destroying documents would "amount to a conspiracy to pervert the course of justice"
Saltworks and Secure Code Warrior have forged a partnership to help developers integrate security into the lifecycle and learn to write more secure, higher-quality code.
A $1.5bn datacentre and connectivity project that links Perth and Darwin to the rest of the Asia-Pacific region is set to boost digital investments in northwest Australia
Home Office has completed its deployment of Oracle’s Cloud Applications suite to all its functions across 35,000 staff, ahead of other government departments
Young people know how important digital skills are, but don’t think they have the necessary level of skill for the workplace, according to the Learning and Work Institute
Abbyy aims at further injecting automation and intelligence into its products with the launch of a new marketplace and an update to its Vantage platform.
The Scottish government is on a mission to position Scotland as a green datacentre hub as part of a push to boost the country's economy and achieve its net-zero emissions goal by 2045
The nature of warfare is changing. Electronic warfare will need to be a key component of the UK’s defence strategy
AI and machine learning capabilities developed by Salesforce are now available in Tableau, marking the first integration between the vendors since the CRM giant acquired Tableau.
Supplier builds on recent acquisitions to develop its own focused unit dedicated to growing services revenues
A hybrid work environment is the future at Microsoft and for most companies. In a recent survey, the vendor found that employees want some in-person activities to return.
A commission on adult social care has called for the government to fund a personalised social care innovation programme, as well as invest £450m to replace outdated care and housing technology infrastructure
Scottish government announces artificial intelligence strategy that involves the creation of a Scottish AI Alliance to be drawn from across society, including trade unions and companies
New broadband network gateway said to offer industry’s only carrier-first secure access service edge architecture as market scales to billions of devices, users and services
Refreshed guidance from the NCSC recommends a defence-in-depth strategy as schools and universities face a renewed wave of cyber attacks
CMS and A/B testing vendor Optimizely, formerly Episerver, acquires the Zaius customer data platform to extend digital experience and personalization capabilities.
Programmability tool designed to offer centralised management of end-to-end network policies for communication service providers
Litigators are circling as thousands of contractors realise that the 2017 roll-out of IR35 reforms to the public sector may have resulted in unlawful tax deductions – and the private sector could be next
Data literacy is a term with little currency among 16 to 21-year-olds, according to research commissioned by analytics database company Exasol, but more than half of those surveyed think data skills should be more prominent in education
Use of enterprise collaboration tools has exploded during the pandemic. Now they are expanding their remit into the realm of enterprise systems
Nutanix software licenses account for most of its revenue. The HCI pioneer hired CEO Rajiv Ramaswami away from VMware, which alleges breach of contract.
Networking tech firm’s annual survey shows Covid-driven home networking sees network complexity skyrocket
Both ransomware and scareware variants of Black Kingdom have been reported in attacks against vulnerable Exchange servers, but the reason for this remains unclear.
AlertMedia enhanced its Global Threat Intelligence capabilities by adding a team of experts to provide professionally vetted threat warnings for its customers.
Amazon has named a familiar face to lead AWS in Tableau CEO Adam Selipsky. AWS is poised for massive growth under his leadership.
Following his independent review of the Scottish tech sector, Mark Logan will oversee a programme to establish the country as a world-class technology hub
Singapore’s National University Health System deploys RPA bots to automate patient registration during Covid-19 swab tests as part of broader efforts to improve efficiency
Vaccine passports and certificates are gaining mainstream traction, which means cyber criminals are also on the bandwagon
Hong Kong-based international communications service provider brings new level of user experience, enhanced security, automation and simplified management to global infrastructure
Cyber security sector is struggling to attract the talented workforce it needs
AWS CEO confirms in an email to staff that Selipsky will be returning to the Amazon fold to lead the cloud company
Channel player’s first-half results make it clear that its strategy is continuing to generate the numbers
Salesforce created CRM tools for its own sales team's pandemic shift to remote work -- and is rolling out the ones it found most effective to all the platform's users.
After two years of transition, Acquia users get a first glance at how all of its recent acquisitions and product introductions align to build digital experiences.
The Post Office was warned that a former Fujitsu employee had misled courts when giving evidence on its behalf
Cyber security firm plans to put the funds into bolstering its managed services and expanding the business globally
UK organisations report fewer cyber security incidents, but the headline data masks more serious issues, according to a report
Cloud giant introduces platform designed to allow enterprises to simplify complex heterogeneous networks for on-prem and cloud connectivity needs and connect with Cisco SD-WAN as a single network
Boris Johnson agrees with MP that those responsible for the Post Office Horizon scandal should be brought to book
Energy firm discloses cyber attack through Accellion File Transfer Appliance
Taking its cue from corporate users focused on both low- code and automation, ServiceNow has acquired Intellibot for its robotic process automation (RPA) products.
Imperial War Museums set to embark on unstructured data archiving project that will archive cold data to tape and free up capacity for a move to IntelliFlash all-flash SAN
Digitisation and geopolitical tension between the US and China may be behind Pat Gelsinger’s news about building fabrication plants in the US and Europe
Second wave of pandemic has seen some Oracle customers speed up adoption and others attend to some enterprise software housekeeping
Broadband provider launches scheme to give UK’s small businesses a better broadband experience, creating 1,000 jobs in the process
Cisco has expanded its partnership with HashiCorp and readied a SaaS-managed Kubernetes service as it vies for a share of the software-centric market for cloud-native apps.
Although Microsoft reported a decrease in the number of vulnerable Exchange servers, new research shows a large amount of malicious web shells hiding inside networks.
With Adam Selipsky headed to AWS, Mark Nelson has been named the new chief executive officer of Tableau. Nelson had been Tableau's head of product development since 2018.
Private equity has given the business a chance to seal its first acquisition and look at taking more market share in an evolving market
The latest platform update from Domo includes enhanced embedded BI, AI and multi-cloud capabilities. The features were unveiled during the vendor's virtual user conference.
The big data analytics platform vendor will add more data connectors and advance data visualization capabilities as enterprises' need for more insights from data continues to grow.
Infrascale Backup and Disaster Recovery added two new SSD appliances, giving customers an on-premises high-performance backup and recovery option in addition to DRaaS in the cloud.
Former Post Office chief was paid over £400,000 when she left despite the organisation being involved in what would become the biggest miscarriage of justice in UK history
Digital marketing specialist MultiView deployed a physical Pure Storage FlashBlade for production data, with the ability to consume all-flash storage as a virtual array in Azure.
The distributed SQL database vendor is out with a new version of its CrateDB database that brings improved security and management features for on-premises and cloud deployments.
India’s Bharti Airtel turns to OpenStack to ready its network for emerging technologies such as 5G and edge computing
Public cloud infrastructure spending in China grew a record 62% in the last quarter of 2020 due to rapid economic recovery and focus on digital transformation
City of London Police and National Cyber Security Centre report large uptick in threats and crime related to Covid-19 over the past year, in some cases directed specifically at health organisations
Every child born from April 2023 will have a digital ‘red book’, or personal child health record, Matt Hancock has promised
Social media giant’s in-house security team has tracked down and disrupted a long-running Chinese campaign targeting the Uighur Muslim minority
Government announces relationship with wireless technology company to work with its DCMS 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme to power smart agriculture for remote farms in the Dorset region
Project aims to stimulate investment opportunities, employment and skills for the region
Subpostmasters that suffered great hardship at the hands of the Post Office are applying for a judicial review of a government inquiry into the scandal, which they see as a "whitewash"
Decision-makers are ready to buy new security technology, but suppliers must pay close attention to how they present themselves
The Teams live transcription feature bolsters collaboration and lets workers quickly catch up on meetings they've missed. Microsoft includes the capability with a 365 subscription.
Vendor looks to help its channel get access to more talent and help the wider ecosystem develop a pipeline of digital skills
IT admins use group policies to manage user access via Active Directory, but AWS takes a subtly different approach, which can be exploited
The Eclipse Foundation has launched a new working group to provide governance, IP services and developer advocacy for Adoptium, the newly renamed AdoptOpenJDK distribution of the OpenJDK spec.
Two of the UK’s largest fund managers have said they will not buy shares in Deliveroo because of concerns over workers’ rights
The Domo BI platform is aimed at enabling users of all skill levels. New and planned features stick with that easy-to-use approach, chief business officer Jay Heglar says.
Developers will pay by the minute to use a nonbranded version of Zoom. The new licensing could help Zoom boost the slowdown in customer subscription growth as the pandemic wanes.
Changes caused by the pandemic have changed the demands that customers have from their channel print partners
The TUC has published a report warning of AI-powered discrimination against working people enabled by gaps in existing British employment law
Desktop Teams users will be able to quote previous messages in their responses instead of responding chronologically. Rivals like Slack have had a similar feature for years.
An enterprise continuous integration product Harness plans to launch next quarter will inject AI features for CI in a bid to raise the company's profile against its many rivals.
Though the nature of the cyber attack is unclear, CNA confirmed the attack caused a network disruption and affected systems such as corporate email and the company's website.
The Black Kingdom ransomware targeting Exchange servers uses an unusual encryption key method that was foiled due to a password being changed at cloud storage service Mega.
Enterprise architect specialist LeanIX expanded its portfolio through the purchase of SaaS management startup Cleanshelf and the introduction of a Microservice Intelligence tool.
It may take women nine years to achieve equal pay with men, but the momentum is happening slightly faster for younger women, according to a new study.
National Cyber Security Centre CEO Lindy Cameron, in her maiden speech in the role, warns of challenges ahead for the UK and sets out the future agenda for cyber
Mobile security specialist details potentially revenue-threatening vulnerabilities with key element of next-generation networks and reveals plans to work with industry to provide mitigation prior to widespread deployments
BT-owned broadband provision division includes more than 170 city locations in multi-billion-pound gigabit broadband build including cities of Birmingham, Belfast, London and Manchester
After a year of working from the kitchen table, stress and burn-out are increasing, giving rise to more security risks – and Millennials seem to be particularly affected
Framework consists of 19 suppliers, and offers user IT hardware products and services to the NHS and public sector organisations
With US end-user internet of things devices expected to grow to $1.6tn by 2025 and with more than 5.4 billion IoT connected devices in North America alone, tech firms and the black hat community are weighing up the potential
Veeam makes changes to its channel support and urges partners to get involved with its latest product release
Retailer FatFace paid out a $2m ransom to restore its data following a January 2021 cyber attack by the Conti ransomware syndicate
The open source Presto project is gaining adoption beyond just Uber and Facebook as the need to connect and query disparate sources of data continues to be in demand.
IFS moves into the enterprise service management market with the acquisition of Axios Systems, which offers cloud service management applications.
More technology to sell and a larger range of customers to pitch to should mean the firm’s merger will be a positive one for its channel partners
Survey by security technology specialist reveals that the thrill of home working has gone, and there is a generational divide in working conditions
Mobile chip giant continues 5G foray with new Snapdragon product supporting multi-gigabit Wi-Fi 6 speeds, VR-class low latency and robust capacity for use cases such as video calling
After four years at the helm of NHS Digital, CEO Sarah Wilkinson will leave in the summer of 2021, and the organisation is looking for an interim replacement
Comms tech provider and automated frequency coordination and spectrum administration solutions firm team to introduce integrated citizens broadband radio service offering for comms service providers, multiple-system operators and enterprise private wireless networks
Accenture and Blue Yonder teamed up to solve supply chain challenges for food and beverage company Tata Consumer Products; other IT channel news.
Jumio CEO Robert Prigge talks about Jumio's new funding round and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected Jumio's digital identity verification and fraud prevention business.
With Genuitec CodeTogether 4.0, development teams can work collaboratively even when remote. The product supports pair programming, mob programming and swarm programming.
President Biden's plan to spend trillions on building the nation's infrastructure is likely to include funds for job reskilling and upskilling partnerships.
In a wide-ranging Q&A, Twilio Segment CEO Peter Reinhardt discusses Twilio's $3.2 billion acquisition of the company he co-founded, and the future of CDPs.
Customer backlash over a new messaging feature forced Slack to take it down only hours after launch. The capability opened up the possibility of harassment on the platform.
The Home Office unfairly refused Eric Kind, a specialist in criminal justice and UK surveillance law, clearance for a job at an intelligence watchdog after MI5 claimed he was “insufficiently deferential”