DBS Bank’s credit architecture programme has digitised and reimagined credit processes through a unified platform that has improved the productivity and efficiency of its credit teams
Why India’s largest telecom operator built its own machine learning platform to meet the growing data and signalling requirements of new networks
Australia’s biggest loyalty platform takes 12-month journey towards the cloud, slashing time to deliver customised offers to less than 45 minutes, among other outcomes
Bharat Petroleum has developed a digital nerve centre powered by the internet of things and artificial intelligence technologies to monitor the journey of its products
Sime Darby Industrial’s inService Suite has returned more than 100,000 hours to the company in a digitisation initiative that has improved efficiency and customer engagement
Singapore Airlines, winner of the transportation category in this year’s CW Innovation Awards APAC, expands its blockchain-based digital wallet into a broader digital lifestyle platform
The region’s top industry innovators were recognised for their digital transformation efforts to tap new business opportunities, improve efficiencies and solve pressing issues
The Australian broadcaster was hit by an alleged ransomware attack that disrupted broadcasting operations in its Sydney studio
French investigators have refused to disclose how they downloaded millions of messages from a supposedly secure cryptophone network used by organised criminals – leaving UK courts to grapple with a forensic ‘black hole’ of evidence
New software-defined managed network from UK’s incumbent telco deployed by smart mobility technology provider to optimise connectivity to cloud at manufacturing plants, offices, depots and datacentres
Backup product supplier Veeam’s freedom of information request finds councils’ average downtime is seven hours and that backup and disaster recovery testing is not done frequently
TSB has integrated a smart agent, developed to relieve pressure on its contact centres during the Covid-19 pandemic, into its mobile app
Open banking is a relatively new concept, having come into effect in Europe only in the last couple of years. So what is the state of play?
Firm shares research revealing the good and bad of working from home and what customers need to do to keep their staff happy in the future
SMEs in the Gulf region have accelerated their digital transformations during the Covid-19 pandemic
Facebook and Amazon are spending more on lobbying and campaign contributions than any other companies in the US, including those in the arms and telecommunications sectors that have traditionally been the highest political spenders
Survey reveals increasing site capacity and using alternative access solutions as main drivers for 43% of enterprise wide-area network (WAN) managers to install software-defined WAN in 2020, more than double that recorded in 2018
Another busy few days across the industry, with executives on the move as firms seek growth
COVID-19 forced most businesses to upgrade their technology but adding IT automation to accommodate the growth in virtual services was most critical in the healthcare industry.
As investors show interest in Iridia's DNA chip technology, its CEO believes using synthetic DNA for data storage will be the way to tackle a yottabyte future.
The HYCU backup and recovery platform gained a boost with a major funding haul. HYCU seeks to stand out in a competitive data protection market.
Alteryx’s senior vice-president for Asia-Pacific addresses some misconceptions about data analytics and what the company is doing to stake a bigger claim on the market
A subsea cable system linking Southeast Asia and North America will be built by 2024 to meet the growing demand for bandwidth in the Asia-Pacific region
With thousands of IT contractors set to start working through unregulated umbrella companies for the first time when the IR35 reforms take hold in the private sector, concerns are growing about the danger this could pose to their income and tax affairs in years to come
Security and networking firms team to claim 20 times faster connectivity for Belgium’s justice system so it can hold court hearings and prison visitations remotely and exchange information between services and applications securely
Distributor becomes latest to join the global organisation that promotes the second tier of the channel
Ransomware attack on Harris Federation comes just days after a fresh NCSC alert for the education sector
Civil liberties organisation OpenDemocracy says it has scored a legal victory over health secretary Matt Hancock regarding the involvement of Palantir in the NHS Covid-19 data store
Research from network performance monitoring solution provider AppNeta finds pandemic pushing organisations to transform workplace models to accommodate ‘new normal’ of work
Pandemic sees communications services industry experience surge in demand across distributed locations, escalating security concerns and major changes to customer strategies, with nearly three-quarters of UK providers regarding remote working as a permanent change
Firm shares its full-year numbers with a determination to continue the focus on IP and global accounts
Carl Dawson, who has been CIO at department store M&S for six years, is leaving the retailer to become CIO at Asda
Cisco's first network-as-a-service product will deliver hybrid cloud infrastructure. The company plans to start selling the NaaS offering and an all-in-one SASE product this year.
Study highlights how post-Covid working dynamics increase importance of communicative leadership with an inclusive organisational culture most important once logistics and technology are addressed
Fungible's computational storage anchors a new offering for composable infrastructure. The Fungible Data Center license allows IT teams to consume resources on demand.
There is no shortage of challenges and competition in the open source database market, but Aiven CTO Heikki Nousiainen sees opportunities for growth.
Some IT experts believe Sysdig could appeal to enterprises by combining cloud and application security data in one interface, within a broader DevOps observability tool set.
The merger creates a program within the Patrick J. McGovern Foundation that will provide artificial intelligence technology and expertise to nonprofit organizations.
Pure Storage's joint product with Portworx gives customers a way to quickly recover container applications in case of failures by combining flash storage and PX-Backup.
CrowdStrike reported Hades is tied to Evil Corp, but Awake Labs discovered a possible connection to Hafnium, a Chinese nation-state group behind initial Exchange Server attacks.
An at-home walking test with the Apple Watch yielded 'accurate and meaningful insights' into a person's heart strength, a Stanford University study found.
Mandated COVID-19 vaccinations may be unpopular with many U.S. employers, including the federal government. A primary concern is the potential for liability.
Australian companies tend to have a wait-and-see mindset that is slowing down mainframe modernisation initiatives, says Accenture expert
A new cyber security professional body has launched with the aim of developing and promoting UK cyber security excellence globally and growing the skills base
SDN and NFV-based connectivity provider selects cloud satellite technology to drive innovation and more flexibility for customers around deploying hybrid cloud applications at the edge and enabling distributed cloud
By the end of 2020, there were more than twice as many in-house security professionals at NHS trusts as there were two years before
Vendor will launch its as-a-service option in the UK around the middle of the year
Managed print services player Apogee makes its first acquisition since being picked up by HP a few years ago
Networking technology and services giant makes significant expansion of network line as it recognises that as workforces become increasingly hybrid, traditional network and security frameworks can no longer keep pace
ThoughtSpot reached an agreement to acquire SeekWell on Wednesday, a move that will enable the analytics vendor to deliver insights to users in their workflows via SQL.
German bank expands its work with Google Cloud and plans to move 85% of applications to its platform
Concerns grow about the number of IT contractors at risk of joining non-compliant umbrella firms ahead of the IR35 reforms taking hold in the private sector
Research from Frontier Economics with economist Diane Coyle describes how the government could prime data sharing to stimulate economic growth
Cisco says the 'always-on' nature of remote work exhausts workers. It believes information from the revamped People Insights feature in Webex will help.
In the coming months, data storage conferences are plentiful. This roundup details dates, sessions and topic areas, from event hosts such as SNIA, Dell and Pure Storage.
Kaseya's new research explores the effects of 2020 on MSP business strategy. The study reveals emerging opportunities in cybersecurity and regulatory compliance.
An offering dubbed VMware Cloud presents a new option for customers that want to pursue hybrid cloud strategies supported by a subscription model, but it has limitations.
A new OSDU standard aims to bring information from oil, gas, wind, solar and other sources into a single data platform to help energy companies address future demand.
The merger of IT distributors Tech Data and Synnex presents synergies -- as well as some areas of overlap -- between their respective business models.
Southeast Asian firms know what it takes to transform digitally, but they are not as adaptable as they would like to be, a survey has found
Smart home tech provider offers secure hyper connectivity and personalised smart home solutions as the home becomes the office
Post-SAP spinoff, Qualtrics moves quickly to give B2B sales users -- along with their marketing and customer service colleagues -- new features to sharpen post-pandemic business.
Bans on Huawei products in infrastructures around the world begin to affect its bottom line, but comms technology provider shows growth and reaffirms commitment to creating greater value for customers and society in the face of adversity
Networking player has made channel improvements to support partners as customers look set to increase spending to support further digital transformation
A tech initiative from the late 1990s has become IBM’s nemesis, as the owner of UnixWare and OpenServer file a copyright complaint
As the government prepares to extend the IR35 reforms to the private sector, contracting stakeholders say it is high time the ‘flawed’ legislation was scrapped entirely
OpenVault study shows the impact of business hours increases and individual subscriber behaviour on upstream capacity is putting unprecedented strain on network operators
Court hearings precipitated by police cracking the EncroChat secure mobile phone network have been delayed after defence lawyers request further disclosures on police decryption capabilities
Report finds that the speed at which Britain could benefit from the economic and social impact of billions of pounds of full-fibre infrastructure investment could be improved by clear labelling and information on broadband services
Good data governance can remove fear of data by striking a balance between restricting access to sensitive data and fostering a culture of data exploration and analysis.
Ransomware is just one threat DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas discusses during an RSA Conference webcast on the cybersecurity challenges facing the U.S.
The latest Cisco ThousandEyes integration adds internet intelligence to the AppDynamics application performance dashboard, a plus for AppOps and NetOps teams in Cisco shops.
CISA has not said whether any federal agencies have been hit by Exchange Server attacks, but the directive requires them to use Microsoft's detection tools to identify threats.
AWS has added support for Arm-based processors to its popular CI/CD platform. It now runs on AWS' Arm-based Graviton2 processors to give developers more choices.
Zoom said it will continue supporting companies that bought RingCentral's Zoom-equipped Meetings app before Feb. 1. The companies are embroiled in a contract dispute.
While the attempted tampering of a Kansas water facility occurred more than two years ago, the Justice Department this week indicted a 22-year-old former employee.
Looking to ease the implementation of digital transformation projects, IBM and Red Hat signed a deal with Celonis to jointly push Celonis process mining software.
President Biden's $2T infrastructure plan will likely result in training programs for rapid reskilling, especially in the manufacturing sector.
Cisco said the switch to the hybrid workplace could create a divide between in-office and remote workers. New Webex features could help counter the problem.
Logically's purchase of MSSP company Cerdant creates a security cross-selling opportunity, according to Logically CEO; other IT channel news.