Toffs Technologies is eyeing second- and third-tier cities in Asia as it bolsters its infrastructure and experiments with the use of home networks as content delivery networks
Former Post Office CEO Paula Vennells has left roles in the church, Morrisons and Dunelm after postmasters’ convictions were overturned in the Court of Appeal
Report by health policy think-tank says that although there is evidence that digital technology can support staff and patients, there are large gaps in the evidence base
Real estate and investment management professional services firm introduces collaboration suite designed to enhance employee connectivity, solidifying its suite of hybrid workplace offerings
The latest research from Agilitas IT Solutions reveals that many in the channel are feeling good about their prospects despite the coronavirus pandemic
Lawyers are challenging the legality of a French police operation to harvest tens of thousands of messages from the EncroChat encrypted phone network in a move that could overturn criminal prosecutions in the UK
The biggest miscarriage of justice in UK history is set to get bigger as more subpostmasters take their cases to the Court of Appeal
Samsung teams up with leading Korean mobile operators to complete the build-out of LTE-based public safety network in 700MHz
As remote work increased during the pandemic, threat actors increasingly targeted known vulnerabilities.
A German federal police action led to all infections of Emotet malware being uninstalled Sunday, following an international police takeover of Emotet infrastructure in January.
The HR SMB market is seeing activity, with Paycor planning to file an IPO and Jobvite acquiring two firms that may help it better compete in this market.
Adobe Commerce adds AI live search, product recommendations tuned for B2B organizations and digital signatures.
Healthcare service provider UnitingCare Queensland was reportedly hit by a ransomware attack that crippled several IT systems
Global comms tech provider and regional operator bring next-generation broadband to US tribal nations to empower economic opportunity through support for e-learning, telehealth and remote work during the pandemic
Papa John’s International has set out plans to shutter its datacentres and revamp its customer experience to include a move towards real-time tracking data for its deliveries
Highgate School in North London is the winner of this year’s CyberFirst Girls security competition
Council has become the first in Scotland to go live with a complete digital telecare service for its local residents
Wipro earns application development specialisation from Google Cloud following an earlier move to migrate SAP workloads to Google Cloud Platform
The much-heralded release of the privacy-centric iOS 14.5 also brings patches for multiple CVEs, and users of Apple smartphones, tablets and notebooks are best advised to update as soon as possible
US-based Salad Technologies has been tapping up PC gamers to donate their surplus capacity for cryptocurrency mining for several years now, but it is now turning its attention to diversifying its workloads
Integrated Media Technologies has selected StorageOS to support its platform for moving media and other unstructured files between storage tiers.
With object storage increasingly becoming primary storage, Scality Artesca targets demanding workloads such as AI, machine learning, big data analytics and in-memory applications.
Source code for multiple products was left exposed in an unsecured Microsoft Azure cloud storage account, say researchers, but attributing responsibility for the error has proved difficult
Object storage specialist gets on a burgeoning container object storage market with Artesca, which runs from Kubernetes to provide persistent storage for containerised applications
Vendor gives managed service providers the chance to add power into the mix as it kicks off fresh programme
Amid a post-pandemic cloud shift, Red Hat looks to meet customer needs and beat out competitors with new OpenShift-based managed services for distributed applications.
Sophos’ latest study finds that ransomware attacks are proving increasingly disruptive to their victims’ finances
Biometric age estimation technology developed by Yoti to be tested in UK supermarkets for alcohol purchases as part of government-led digital identities initiative
IBM introduces Spectrum Fusion to target enterprises in container environments that span data center, edge and hybrid cloud environments.
The pandemic has shown the value of IT to business leaders. Chief financial officers are looking for quick IT investment returns
Zoom's Immersive Mode places as many as 25 meeting participants in the same virtual location. The feature reflects the direction of video conferencing platforms.
BT-owned mobile operator wins 80MHz overall of 700MHz and 3.6GHz bands and announces roll-out of additional 3.6GHz capacity across the UK
Acquisition gives cloud migration player greater access to ServiceNow world and its partners the chance to extend their reach
Box Inc. adds security features for information governance to prevent unintended oversharing of sensitive information and intellectual property in the remote work era.
IT giants come together, envisioning a new, energy-efficient digital society founded on global and open collaboration with a range of partners supporting the Innovative Optical and Wireless Network
Rewind's Backups for Trello provides an automated method to restore Trello boards. The vendor continues to target SaaS applications outside of Salesforce and Office 365.
The latest version of RHEL gives users additional management features and includes capabilities that will serve as the foundation of Red Hat's edge computing initiative.
A new report from Coveware found that ransom payments increased significantly in Q1 this year, as did ransomware actors' use of software vulnerabilities in attacks.
The updated tool introduces a database workload analyzer feature to help administrators optimize operation on premises and in the cloud.
Social media algorithms, like those from Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, have created economies and sowed misinformation. Senators want to know how they should be legislated.
Quantum distilled its StorNext file system down to a single 2U appliance. The new H4000 promises easier deployment without losing StorNext's speed or data management capabilities.
The government’s Gov.uk Verify identity platform will continue to run until April 2023 while a new identity service is developed
Leading UK mobile operators take advantage of new regulations and trade spectrum bands following auction, claiming to have created the UK’s fastest 5G for customers
Open-source juggernaut has enriched its enterprise Linux and OpenShift offerings to support edge computing workloads better
Existing NHS App will have vaccine passport functionality added to it, transport secretary confirms
Covid-19 has stimulated businesses to digitise more, and this is reflected in Microsoft’s latest results
Kasten launched its biggest update since Veeam acquired the Kubernetes data protection provider. Kasten Kubernetes backup adds immutability to its K10 platform.
Open source player is holding its Summit event, with the partner keynote session seeing CEO Paul Cormier promise more improvements for partners
Company has extended the life of its servers from three to four years, netting $625m more revenue
Gap between UK broadband haves and have-nots narrows as people have gone online to escape the lockdown and ‘proxy internet’ users emerge, but a significant minority remain digitally excluded
Compromise of Merseyrail employee data seems to have begun after a key email account was hacked
Security player is increasing rewards for those that generate fresh orders and is giving a professional services certification for those looking to stand out in the market
The perfect security candidate is hard to find, so hiring policy needs to be more pragmatic
A tech startup industry aimed at modernising farming is making hay in Norway and laying down roots in other countries
Challenges arising from the pandemic have left gaping holes in banking security, putting consumers at risk of fraud
Study from Centre for Economics and Business predicts that ultrafast fibre-to-the-premises broadband could bring one million people back into the workforce through remote working
Bans batter revenues at Huawei, which is bracing for more challenges but insists good times are ahead in 5G and comms software
Atlassian has offered a fresh take on BizDevOps with Jira Work Management, which replaces Jira Core for enterprise legal, marketing and HR teams.
8x8 said offering its Work apps through browsers helps companies prepare for the hybrid workplace by allowing workers to use the devices at hand to collaborate.
Panasonic's acquisition of Blue Yonder aims to build out Panasonic's software business, but how well the traditional hardware vendor can adapt remains to be seen.
So far, only HashiCorp has disclosed a breach connected to the attack on Codecov, but threat researchers have drawn parallels to the SolarWinds supply chain attacks.
Small businesses said revenue could drop by as much as 30% because of recent changes Apple made in the iPhone privacy settings. Companies worry they won't reach customers online.
At a hearing, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission assessed COVID-19's impact on people of color and women, as well as workplace vaccination issues.
Department for Work and Pensions staff to be trained on accessibility technologies to help people with disabilities return to work
Company is counting on performance improvements from its third-generation Xeon ‘Ice Lake’ chip and its broader platform strategy to regain its mojo in the market
The long-running JEDI cloud contract row rumbles on as US Court of Federal Claims refuses to dismiss Amazon’s allegations that the Trump administration interfered with contract’s outcome
The need for automation proficiency has more than doubled in the past two years, according to research
Neurodiverse staff are bringing a unique contribution to keeping the country safe, according to the intelligence and cyber agency
French satellite operator looks for growth beyond traditional broadcast and broadband applications, and becomes shareholder partner in UK government/Bharti Global LEO project
Company lifts the veil on the cloud tech powering the global expansion of its popular Disney+ streaming service
Pilot scheme in Northern Ireland aims to widen access to cyber security careers
Weak dollar could undermine the numbers but overall, first-quarter trading update strikes a positive tone
A France-based data storytelling startup unveiled its first native integration with a cloud service provider, aligning with Snowflake to improve security and speed queries.
Comms players look to crank up support for partners with formal offerings that emphasise competencies and customer experience
UK telco boosts software-defined wide area network portfolio with new solution combining global connectivity and cyber expertise with Fortinet Secure SD-WAN
Digital and technology ministers outline their agenda for how technology can be used to facilitate the post-Covid recovery, signalling closer collaboration in key areas of the digital economy
Backup and recovery vendor HYCU has added Kubernetes protection, an increasingly popular trend. The first release targets Google Kubernetes Engine users, with more support to come.
Apple and China among the big winners as smartphone industry shows a renaissance in first quarter due to a boost from 5G-capable devices
Quocirca warns that some MPS players are not providing their customers with the cloud print services that they are looking for
Response to a poll of public sector IT and business leaders suggests few have any idea if their data is stored in the cloud or on-premise, claims UKCloud
Operator and comms tech giant collaborate on Massive MIMO RU and DU platform development to boost Open RAN ecosystem and increase pace of 5G innovation
Acumatica 2021 R1, the latest version of the SaaS ERP, includes CRM and industry-specific enhancements inspired by close customer engagement.
Red Hat renews its focus on IT operations, which have become both more complex and more crucial amid the rise of DevOps and cloud-native applications.
Atlassian's new Open DevOps strategy taps best-of-breed DevOps tools for integration into a single toolchain to ease the burden for software development teams.
The Ransomware Task Force released a new report with recommendations on how to tackle the growing ransomware problem, including regulation of cryptocurrency services.
Following the announcement of Sarah Wilkinson’s departure as CEO of NHS Digital, the organisation has appointed NHS Test and Trace CIO Simon Bolton as interim CEO
Online retail giant and its cloud arm have benefited from Covid-19-induced changes to consumer and enterprise buying patterns
Data from UK mapping firm is supporting 15 regional fibre broadband companies to identify target locations for gigabit network
Vendors say they plan to use the finance raised through funding rounds to increase their partner networks
The National Security and Investment Bill has secured royal assent, giving the government the legislative support it needs to intervene on business transactions in a variety of tech-related industries on national security grounds
Quantum computing startup QCI has developed a SaaS-based offering for AWS' cloud platform in hopes of bringing classical and quantum computing platforms closer together.
Unified comms specialist adds a fresh milestone in a year that has already included a couple of acquisitions
The market for cloud infrastructure services is growing, but so is the competition
Biannual Windows updates free IT staff from major updates, but some people prefer older builds of Windows, which leaves a gaping security hole
Cross-party group of MPs says government is influencing the appointment of a new information commissioner by explicitly seeking a candidate who will support its policy agenda, rather than regulate independently
Business hub in Hong Kong territory goes for next-gen networking technology from leading local operator in a bid to ‘revolutionise’ the workplace with ultra-speed connectivity
The European Union is charging Apple with App Store antitrust violations. The charges stem from a 2019 complaint filed by Spotify.
New research shows a change in attitudes toward IT investments, with business looking to go beyond modernized infrastructure to digital innovation; other IT channel news.
A new deployment option for Excelero's NVMesh software-defined storage will target some of the most demanding applications running on Microsoft Azure virtual machines.
Lord David Anderson QC warned prosecutors that there were formidable arguments against the lawfulness of a police operation to infiltrate the encrypted phone network, EncroChat
The Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 pair with other Samsung devices and start at $1,000 and $1,200, respectively. The 13-inch Book Pro weighs less than 2 pounds.
The post-pandemic future of federal telework will be up to President Biden's administration, but employee interest in it is high and job satisfaction is up.