Labrys founder and CEO Lachlan Feeney offers his observations about blockchain adoption in Australia, and what his firm is doing to help organisations unleash the full potential of the technology
Leading UK 5G testbed provider announces partnership with global infrastructure operator to understand and assist in the development of the potential 5G has to take construction to a new level
Tencent’s Indonesian datacentre is expected to reduce network latency for local enterprises while providing backbone access for Indonesian and global internet service providers
Oracle Cloud HCM has been upgraded to ease development of HR processes and improve employee experience, the firm said.
With lockdown restrictions easing in the UK, cyber criminals are tailoring their phishing lures to new areas of interest
Avaya has linked the ability to enjoy hybrid working to employee happiness levels, but there is work to do in getting the IT fully in place
Nordic banks gain access to open banking capabilities from Nordic API Gateway, with an agreement through their shared IT service provider
KubeFiler uses the container storage interface to allow Kubernetes to access persistent storage as if it were from a local NAS device, and while keeping existing access profiles
Comme chaque année LeMagIT (associé au niveau européen aux sites Computerweekly et Computerweekly.de) a mené une vaste enquête sur le niveau de rémunération des informaticiens et les grandes tendances emploi et RH, propres aux organisations directement liées au SI. L’occasion de comparer la situation en France et dans les pays qui nous sont les plus proches.
With the pandemic now into its second year, public cloud giant AWS has unveiled the next phase of its bid to provide research organisations with access to the cloud resources they need to fight back against coronavirus
The all-cash acquisition will give Microsoft access to Nuance’s healthcare-focused dictation technology, as Microsoft continues to expand its role in the healthcare market.
Market analysis from Canalys and IDC reveals that the start of the year has been solid for those in the channel selling PC hardware
Research shows 83% of UK office workers agree that flexible working is here to stay, but fears persist of catching Covid-19 from colleagues if they return to the office
With new value propositions at stake, five IT, industrial, automotive and comms leaders have laid the foundations for an open innovation ecosystem in the mobility market
The graphics processing unit (GPU) chipmaker has introduced its first datacentre chip, named after computer pioneer, Grace Hopper
Among the AI news from its virtual conference, Nvidia introduced a new DGX SuperPod, an Arm-based CPU, and the general availability of Jarvis, a conversational AI framework.
Lawyers claim that public interest immunity certificates may have been used to withhold information on UK intelligence agencies’ ability to decrypt encrypted communications
The $19bn acquisition of Nuance firmly plants Microsoft at the forefront of voice recognition. The stage is set to combine voice with artificial intelligence
Leading global communications technology provider undergoes major strategic corporate shift to maximise its software capabilities and provide components for intelligent vehicles
Qualtrics releases an 'operating system' to manage and analyze customer and employee feedback data, and AI tools expanded to cover sentiment data and industry-specific scenarios.
Newly disclosed set of nine DNS vulnerabilities puts over 100 million consumer, enterprise and industrial IoT devices at risk
Business and government have partnered to launch a Dragon’s Den-style competition to encourage civil servants to come up with ideas on how to improve the use of data
The Post Office has revealed the end to its controversial Horizon IT system which, through its errors and the Post Office's denial of them, caused huge suffering for hundreds of subpostmasters
Around 15 million people in the UK experienced cybercrime in the past 12 months, with a cumulative 64 million hours wasted dealing with the fallout
Vehicle battery manufacturer uses the latest 5G-enabled technology to speed up the manufacturing process for hybrid and electric vehicle production in the UK
MP Tom Tugendhat claims the intelligence services advised him to switch to the Gmail service due to concerns his parliamentary email could be hacked
McAfee's latest threat report showed a sharp increase in PowerShell threats between Q3 and Q4 2020, in part due to malware known as Donoff and a rise in ransomware detections.
MSPs opting to work with Datto selling into the SME market are growing by $100,000 a year on average, reveals commissioned study
Network software provider and adaptive processing platforms collaborate to accelerate Open RAN ecosystem, with mMIMO portfolio scheduled for launch later this year
Study finds 44% of UK workers consider the ability to work remotely as a driver of happiness and 61% would support government policies aimed at the widespread adoption of ‘hybrid’ working practices
Analysis of the EMEA market from ISG has highlighted growth in the UK as more customers look for managed services to solve their IT needs
The Open VSX Registry is now at the Eclipse Foundation, which gives developers an open source destination to get VS Code extensions apart from the Microsoft VS Code Marketplace.
Microsoft said it has not seen the new Exchange Server vulnerabilities being used in attacks against customers, but customers are still advised to patch immediately.
Analysts expect Microsoft to integrate Nuance voice technology with a wide range of Microsoft products, including Teams and Dynamics 365.
Informatica rolls out its Intelligent Data Management Cloud, as customers provide insight into cloud data management challenges and opportunities at Informatica World 2021.
OpenText CE 21.2 includes federated document compliance that extends to Microsoft Office 365, along with a revamped content services platform and other feature releases.
Tata Consultancy Services grows its continental European business despite economic slowdown brought by Covid-19 restrictions
Remote locations with unreliable WAN connections needed to share large files, which was a real headache until US engineering firm got Ctera edge filers with Azure cloud as a tier
Specialist in eSIM technology collaborates with operator to exploit the option of a transformative shift in the global telecommunications industry
Microsoft patches more critical vulnerabilities in Exchange Server a month after the ProxyLogon incident, after being warned by the US National Security Agency
New draft EU regulations aim to protect people from biased decision-making
The introduction of a “right to disconnect” in the UK is popular among workers and has backing from trade unions
Microsoft resolves 110 vulnerabilities, including a zero-day and four public disclosures, but the company says admins should prioritize four critical bugs on Exchange Server.
US Justice Department reveals successful court-authorised effort to clamp down on ProxyLogon exploitation
Employers are being held accountable for meeting diversity, equity and inclusion goals, especially executives. HR vendors are responding with new tools, including ADP.
Research finds nearly two-fifths of UK employees fear the ‘old way’ of doing things will return after the pandemic
Retailer announces 77% boost to e-commerce sales, details on Clubcard app uptake and advances in its IT remediation plan
Six months after being requested to review joint venture that could transform UK’s wired and wireless communications provision, UK competition watchdog CMA removes potential major hurdle to Virgin and O2 merger
SambaNova's large funding round shows that investors are confident in the startup's AI chips, as well as in the AI hardware market. SambaNova competes with Nvidia.
The DOJ announced the FBI had successfully removed hundreds of web shells from computers impacted by ProxyLogon and related Exchange Server vulnerabilities.
SAP and financial industry investment firm Dediq are forming a new business unit to develop applications that help banks and insurance firms with changing processes.
Service mesh is complex, and users can choose from among many vendor products. New SaaS versions offer a way for them to try different approaches without making a big commitment.
Ransomware got in through an exploit in an older version of SQL Server, but Dennis Group used Nasuni to restore its systems back to a pre-attack state with minimal data loss.
The spinoff agreement provides VMware with increased strategic and financial flexibility to grow its cloud and infrastructure software business.
Singapore telco develops 5G technology kit that includes all the equipment needed for enterprises to test 5G applications in their own premises
Comms chips giant claims 5G data call commercialisation milestone from fourth-generation 5G modem-RF system and mmWave antennas
Comms software provider Amdocs becomes part of the creation of open, real-time network control and management solutions, leveraging strengths of its AI/ML and cloud-based automation technologies and next-generation OSS
The Irish Data Protection Commission has launched an ‘own volition’ inquiry into the leak of data from 500 million Facebook profiles
Technology companies continue to be frequently spoofed by cyber criminals in their phishing attempts
While savings have not been as great as expected, the decision to in-source IT in Welsh government has been a success, according to Audit Wales
Firm becomes a target for investment just a matter of days after it dipped its own toes in the M&A waters
BT-owned broadband provision division teams with digital network integrator to hasten full-fibre network build and provide skills and innovation to extend reach and scope
IBM could use MyInvenio's process mining platform to direct its customers to its automation and AI portfolio, a practice that other technology vendors are using.
Multiple systems are offline at the University of Hertfordshire following a cyber attack
The UK government is the only block to fair compensation for subpostmasters who were wrongly punished for accounting shortfalls
Five years after completing the purchase of EMC and gaining a software-defined powerhouse, Dell is now offloading VMware
ERP vendor Insightsoftware acquired embedded analytics specialist Izenda on April 15, marking its second purchase of an embedded BI vendor this month.
US president imposes new sanctions on Russia following malicious cyber attacks against the US and allies
Japanese telco joins forces with software-defined networking firm to demonstrate how CSPs can use secure access service edge systems to address digital enterprise requirements for pervasive secure access
VMware-hosted panel debate about enterprise public cloud adoption trends charts the apparent demise of CIOs plotting large-scale, multi-year moves to a single supplier’s public cloud environment
Tech giant Google is ploughing millions of dollars into initiatives to bolster the availability of Covid-19 vaccines and make it easier for people to access information about immunisation programmes
The former Uber product manager and current CEO and co-founder of a startup outlines the challenges and opportunities of enabling a new data trust platform with data quality at its foundation.
A default judgment handed down by Dutch court has ordered Uber to reinstate six drivers with compensation following unevidenced accusations of fraud and automated firing via algorithm
Firms reveal progress made so far this year in bringing fresh partners on board as they widen their channel bases
The Dutch Public Prosecution Service claims Britain has damaged confidence by disclosing details of an international investigation into the EncroChat encrypted phone network to the courts
Data quality vendor Soda has had a busy 2021, building out new services and raising funding to help organizations identify and remediate data quality problems.
Businesses pay more for PCs and find it difficult to replace aging ones as the ongoing chip shortage leaves computer makers scrambling for components.
Value stream management is central to digital transformation at scale. VSM vendor Tasktop has a new dashboard that gives users a clearer view of their software delivery processes.
Applus Technologies said it stopped a malware attack two weeks ago, but systems are still down as eight states are forced to extend vehicle inspection dates.
Software AG's WebMethods upgrade aims to ease digital initiatives for IT pros and business users with new app integration, API management and microservices orchestration features.
Plagued by WAN issues, global animal health research and manufacturing company improves system performance and interconnectivity across its international locations with a co-managed software-defined wide area network
The data warehouse software supplier has been positioning itself to capture the region’s cloud opportunities through not only R&D, but also efforts to support enterprises in their cloud journey
Gigabit provider City Fibre says it is enabling thousands more residents in Milton Keynes to access its full-fibre network and high-speed broadband services, and names Paul Wakefield as lead of infrastructure build in Edinburgh
The council is deploying sensors in the homes of vulnerable people to be able to detect when they might need help
Finland’s government has created a new national organisation to help public and private bodies improve network security
The London tech manifesto, put together by several tech organisations, calls on the city’s next mayor to support tech companies, increase digital skills investment and tackle the lack of diversity in the sector
VMware virtual cloud event highlights the vital role that partners are playing in helping customers navigate a cloud world
Firms get backing of independent organisations looking to promote green practices and corporate social responsibility
Research from the SAP UK & Ireland User Group has demonstrated a data skills dearth among users and a delay in using the SAP Hana in-memory database until full S/4 Hana ERP implementations
Aruba's latest SASE-related integrations involve the Silver Peak-based SD-WAN, Threat Defense and the ClearPass Policy Manager. More product integrations are likely.
A spate of deals involving Ensono, Ahead, Upstack and Syntax reflects growing confidence in cloud consulting firms; other IT channel news.