Facebook faces growing government pressure to abandon its plans to offer users end-to-end encryption to secure the privacy of their messages as the NSPCC raises concerns about child protection
Informatica has consolidated its operations in four key Asia-Pacific markets in a move that will enable it to better meet the demand for cloud-based data management software
Struggling to cope with anxiety and new ways of working are among the problems workers in the sector face, study says
Pace of recruitment accelerates and optimism reaches highest level since 2014, according to KPMG
Third-sector-focused online storage startup GoodCloud has set its sights on disrupting the file sync and share market by making the technology far more accessible for charities and their volunteers
YouGov Safe is a new service to help organisations target consumers more precisely, where people can select how much personal data they wish to share
The UK fintech sector saw high levels of investment in the first quarter of this year, with increased support from the government
The first stage of a formal investigation by the CMA is now underway, to look at whether the sale of Arm to Nvidia will damage the chip industry
Salesforce Digital 360 for Industries releases developer tools, templates and guides for users to build e-commerce storefronts, webpages and portals on its vertical-specific clouds.
The partnership shows how the public cloud giants are branching out into specialist application areas to different industry sectors
Could the provision of cloud skills programmes help reverse the decline in the number of women in the global labour force?
Telecommunications and cyber security software provider Enea reveals trials taking place in Asia for private 5G network, where market could be worth US$7bn by 2025
BBC splits former chief technology and product officer role into two, with Just Eat executive Storm Fagan to join in September
Those with expertise across the channel in partner management and marketing have been in strong demand over the last week
Vendors that bring log management expertise to open source Elasticsearch helped unlock collaboration and incident response for companies that had struggled with ELK on their own.
The Uptime Institute's third annual datacentre outage analysis report suggests downturn in number of downtime incidents over the past 12 months due to the pandemic, with networking issues fast-emerging as main source of technical difficulties
Face mask detection has emerged as another form of employee surveillance technology, and its adoption may be helped indirectly by the potential of COVID-19 workplace regulations.
The additional money will help Druva expand its cloud platform to new geographies and keep up with growing customer demand for cloud data protection, said Druva CEO Jaspreet Singh.
Atlassian Jira Service Management chips away at incumbent ITSM vendors' market lead with low-code/no-code IP from ThinkTilt, but it must keep adding features to fully catch up.
Dell Technologies launches new lower-cost PowerStore entry model and PowerStore software updates to enhance performance, automation, NVMe over Fibre Channel and Optane support.
ViewQwest’s SecureNet service uses Palo Alto Networks’ next-generation firewall with deep packet inspection capabilities to guard against cyber threats
Aiming to be 'Siri for enterprises,' an analytics startup emerged from stealth with a platform that enables users to interact with data using natural language.
Network technology provider to fuel lifting equipment firm’s 5G research and digitised solution development for factories and ports, building on existing LTE private wireless investment
After a blazing year fuelled by the pandemic, breakout conferencing solutions provider announces venture fund to stimulate innovation in the apps ecosystem
Strategy sets out how Westminster can harness and achieve better value from £104bn worth of innovation and knowledge assets within central government
Firm moves for Microsoft gold partner just weeks after landing private equity backing for its growth plans
Legal measures to eliminate mobile signal blind spots in rural areas designed to create huge opportunities for rural economy and unlock potential of 5G to improve lives
Banco Santander has migrated about 60% of its IT infrastructure to the cloud and is reaping the benefits
Lenovo and Nutanix’s own research indicates that customers are increasingly looking for more flexibility in workplace tools
Nvidia edged its way into the quantum computing market with an SDK that simulates quantum circuits by adding horsepower to classical systems that assist in quantum development.
Software giant wants to give users a ‘tangible view’ of the inner workings of its public cloud through a newly launched virtual tour experience
Figures for the first quarter reveal that the ERP player has seen triple-digit growth in the value of contracts coming from partners
Supply chain attack on code auditing service may have compromised the likes of HPE and IBM
Event-based IT architecture helps energy provider optimise its biomass supply chain and drive greater efficiencies, but questions remain about the fundamental sustainability of biomass as an alternative to coal
Graph DB vendor Dgraph Labs is expanding its AWS cloud footprint with new regions and adding change data capture capabilities in its latest open source release.
A newly disclosed vulnerability in Pulse Secure’s VPN is being exploited by a Chinese advanced persistent threat group – assume compromise and mitigate today
Zoom will invest $100 million in third-party developers to augment its app store. The company hopes new apps can differentiate it in the market, experts said.
Storj Labs has unveiled a developer gateway to integrate blockchain-based distributed cloud storage with any Amazon S3-compatible application.
UK comms tech industry report highlights that successful diversification will require specific and targeted interventions to stimulate the supply market, de-risk the integration of new suppliers into operator networks and lay the foundations for long-term market growth and increased competition
Zerto rolled out three products to protect SaaS, Kubernetes and AWS at its ZertoCon virtual event and gave a preview of new features added to Zerto 9.0.
Cybersecurity experts weigh in on what it means to be a nation-state hacker, as well as the activities and motivations of the 'big four' countries attacking the U.S.
A Pulumi early adopter says this week's cloud engineering update will save time and resource costs with more support for developers to test infrastructure-as-code plans locally.
RingCentral has introduced overlay and video background features to its video-conferencing product. Soon, the company will add breakout rooms, a highly requested feature.
The startup that began as the EraDB time series database is advancing its efforts with new funding and a cloud service for its EraSearch data management platform.
New statistics appear to vindicate UK government proposals to force suppliers to be upfront about IoT security
The new feature is described as the UK’s first NHS-assured Covid-19 certification feature
Microsoft’s new cloud region located in the Greater Kuala Lumpur area is part of a broader move to expand its footprint in the Asia-Pacific region
Research finds more alignment with staff is needed for firms to address the new hybrid world of work but nearly half of businesses plan tech investments to further improve the workplace experience
Concha Y Toro also pocketed a 35% saving in storage costs following a move from as-a-service storage provision to Pure Storage FlashArray//X all-flash hardware
The £10m investment is part of a push to enhance Ocado’s last-mile delivery and logistics capabilities, with first prototypes expected for 2023
Security teams will lose an unprecedented opportunity to gain valuable intelligence to enhance their defences when Emotet is finally ‘executed’ in a few days’ time
As businesses begin on the road to recovery, they will face a choice: modernise their core ERP or build new services around a legacy core
Users of SonicWall Email Security are advised to patch immediately, but the supplier is being criticised for the pace of its response
Latest stage in cableco’s trials of multi-gigabit broadband speeds in Southampton and Manchester deliver speeds around 40 times faster than the local average connection
Proposal aims to encourage the development of ethical artificial intelligence systems that do not infringe the human rights of EU citizens
Salesforce will announce partnerships this fall to connect new telephony providers to Service Cloud as contact centers reconfigure their teams for post-COVID-19 work.
Channel player creates initiative that should put quality tech into the hands of one million students over the next year
Three-year deal ensures eligible public sector organisations can continue to access discounted pricing on a range of the tech giant's cloud software and infrastructure offerings
Graph database vendor TigerGraph unveiled support for Google Cloud and new connectors to Snowflake and Tableau on April 21 during its virtual user conference.
A select committee report argues that new health and employment rights are needed to tackle the negative effects of increasing digitisation
Updates include new federated learning capabilities within IBM Watson Studio and more insights into how predictions are made in IBM Planning Analytics with Watson.
Former SSE Enterprise Telecoms aims to provide a cost-effective, sub-1Gbps solution to support growing demand for full-fibre connectivity
The NCSC’s latest security training offer builds on a package of measures designed to protect schools from cyber attack
The pandemic has accelerated customers’ move to the cloud and the channel is well placed to lead them through the choices on offer
Microsoft's Visual Studio 2022 will provide devs with 64-bit performance, better accessibility, improved collaboration with Live Share and a new UI for the Mac.
Oracle is making its GoldenGate real-time data technology available on its second-generation Oracle Cloud Infrastructure platform, as well as enabling multi-cloud operations.
SonicWall patched the zero-day vulnerabilities earlier this month, but the security vendor didn't disclose they were being exploited until Tuesday.
Anywhere Workspace is an integrated product bundle that includes Workspace One, the VMware secure access service edge architecture and the Carbon Black endpoint security tool.
A remote code execution vulnerability found in Pulse Secure VPN appliances has been exploited in attacks affecting government, defense and financial organizations.
By consolidating 17 separate HR operations into one shared service, Connecticut expects to save significantly on costs, most of it in personnel reductions through retirements.
Public sector organisations and startups across the region have been tapping AWS cloud services to speed up and enable a range of pandemic-related initiatives
By acquiring a smaller competitor's digital asset management platform, Hyland looks to build on its 2020 purchase of Alfresco, another cloud-native content management vendor.
The proprietary Apple silicon allows for an iPad Pro and an ultra-thin iMac with faster processing and graphics than previous models. The new products will ship next month.
The first three projects under a joint research grant programme will focus on developing ethical and regulatory frameworks for quantum computing, AI and 5G
UK operator adds momentum to digital transformation programme and its transition to a software-orientated technology company with a big step towards readiness to deploy commercial open radio access network platforms
Public cloud providers have been accused of strip-mining open source products, offering them as managed services, cutting a valuable revenue
The Telegram instant messaging service is being used by malicious actors to manage a remote access trojan called ToxicEye
Host In Ireland leads efforts to encourage datacentre operators to help boost biodiversity at their sites by making them more hospitable to bees and other pollinators
Report by FireMon sheds light on buyer behaviour across the EMEA region
Azure, Cray supercomputers and Epyc core are the key ingredients inside weather forecasting service’s latest development to improve data
The department's digital and technology function wants to become a leader in the field, invest in its own platforms and manage its legacy technologies
Cisco is keen to promote efforts that will lead to solutions that will help increase sustainability
Network software provider gains backing from specialist new economy investment firm to further accelerate its advancement of open radio access network technology
SAP has reported first quarter 2021 revenue of €6.35bn, up 2% on the same year-ago quarter. Cloud revenue has increased by 1% year-on-year, and S/4 adoption is up 2.5% on the previous quarter
RiskIQ’s Atlas threat intel team uncovers new patterns and threat infrastructure used in the SolarWind’s attacks
Telco and cloud giant claim industry first by using infrastructure and services to build cloud-based, 5G open radio access network that is said to deliver consistent, cost-effective performance from core to the edge
Spotify, Tile and Match spoke against Apple and Google's app store practices during an antitrust hearing Wednesday.
An internal memo from the DOJ said the task force will 'bring the full authorities and resources of the Department' in order to confront the growing threat of ransomware.
Open source database vendor previews a series of upcoming improvements as Redis users at RedisConf 2021 provide insights into how they are using the technology today.
Intel's director of technology initiatives was surprised by Micron's exit from 3D XPoint business and confirms company's plans to have Optane on emerging CXL interface.
Researchers say breaks between meetings and team-building activities that give employees a sense of belonging help combat fatigue in the hybrid workplace.
GCHQ director Jeremy Fleming sets out a vision for the UK’s cyber security future
Swedish telecommunications technology and services provider selected by leading Slovakian operator as its sole 5G radio access network technology supplier hot on the heels of reporting 5G gaining momentum in quarterly results
The four mayoral candidates have set out their plans for the tech sector, including creating skills academies, harnessing kinetic energy, creating a London passport and setting up new tech hubs, but Tech London Advocates founder Russ Shaw says they all missed the mark
Subpostmasters have their criminal convictions overturned after a judge rules that the Post Office prosecuted them without investigating computer errors
Security player has seen partners start to line up behind its certification programme in the weeks since it launched its revised channel programme
The chipmaker aims to make use of standard chip libraries and offer its customers different ways to package and optimise Intel silicon
Software and services provider’s charging and data management systems deployed to accelerate Singapore telco’s digital transformation based on Microsoft Azure cloud platform
Full fibre finds further momentum in UK with with new consumer ISP brand Fibrehop to offer gigabit services to locations including Cheltenham, Gloucester, Weston-Super-Mare, Bath, Swindon, Leicester and Plymouth
SAP results in Q1 2021 were strong, led by a growth in cloud revenue and the growth of the customer base for SAP S/4HANA. However, there are weaknesses in the Intelligent Spend unit.
Under Cover Policing Inquiry will consider whether the extensive amount of personal data collected about left-wing activists by the Special Demonstration Squad was justified, as witnesses question whether information about them is still being collected
A document dump of emails shared between HMRC officials has prompted loan charge campaigners to further question the legal footing of the government’s controversial disguised remuneration policy
Gartner predicts end-user public cloud spending to reach $332.3 billion this year, with SaaS representing the largest area of investment; other IT channel news.
Donna Venable, executive vice president of HR at Ricoh U.S., is considering how the pandemic is reshaping the idea of a hybrid workplace, and how it affects recruiting.
Employees may rush to the exits post-pandemic, and many will want a hybrid work option. If employers want people back in the office full-time, they have to pay them more.