New datacentre campus near Mumbai will deliver 90MW of power to host technology and cloud suppliers as well as large Indian companies in a fast-growing market
Autonomous vehicle specialist becomes one of the first UK companies to benefit from a new technology partnership between UK comms operator and leading cloud provider
More than 600,000 positive Covid-19 tests have been genomically sequenced by the government to identify genes that make people more susceptible to severe symptoms, and to monitor different variants of the virus
Former Klarna employees are using their experiences with the fintech giant to create the next wave of Swedish tech startups
The Singapore-based IoT technology provider has opened an office in Tokyo to tap the groundswell of IoT deployments in utilities and other sectors
Recycling and data management player’s trading statement indicates it has enjoyed 2021 so far
Two days after one of the largest ransomware attacks in history by the REvil/Sodinokibi gang, the security community is assessing its next moves, while over 1,000 victims remain in limbo
BT and ABP deploy intelligent asset platform across East Anglian maritime commercial hub to help its voyage towards smart port status
The latest ransomware attack on a firm operating in the managed service sector further underlines the need to protect data and ensure supply chain integrity
Working from home looks set to stay in the finance sector after Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, as staff express their preferences for remote working
A year after its launch, the Ordnance Survey Data Hub is claiming a 50% increase in like-for-like downloads. The resource has proved its mettle during the Covid-19 pandemic for the London Ambulance Service and has benefited the National Library of Scotland
The plan aims to make the UK a “global leader” in digital regulation, boost economic growth and maximise the potential of digital technology
Leading Australian telco unveils low-band 5G standalone service to cover wide outdoor areas, as well as deep indoor urban environments using Nokia’s triple-band remote radio unit
The Middle East is accelerating its take-up of digital healthcare technologies following lessons learned in the Covid-19 pandemic
Will the Nordics become the fintech and open banking innovation capital of the world?
Controversial satellite operator OneWeb completes its ‘Five to 50’ mission to cover regions north of 50 degrees latitude, including UK, Canada, Alaska and Arctic region
Industrial and office supply giant needed to replace 3Par arrays then made a rapid switch to Pure Storage FlashArray flash storage when the ageing HPE hardware crashed during POC
Firm’s Spark offering should give it the chance to work with more vendors looking to run promotional campaigns
A group action against BA following its 2018 data breach has been successfully settled
The frequency and severity of ransomware attacks is a leading factor behind a substantial increase in the cost of obtaining cyber security insurance
Swedish fintech is being investigated by financial services regulator after customer information was visible to others
Adding Ignition will give Exclusive the opportunity to support security vendors from beginners to established global players
The Bank of England is recruiting a head of IT during a period of major change in its core IT system
Kaseya has revised upward the number of managed service providers compromised by the REvil ransomware gang in a supply chain attack at the weekend
Launch of 60GHz high-speed board designed to allow manufacturers and service providers to test broadband capabilities and support high-speed internet roll-out
Acquisition will add more security depth to Pixel’s cloud and managed service Perfect Image operation
Approximately 50 managed service providers and up to 1,500 of their customers were compromised via a devastating supply chain attack on Kaseya by REvil ransomware actors.
Connectivity solutions provider joins IBM’s partner ecosystem to collaborate on 5G and edge technology for enterprise customers, simplifying distributed infrastructure operations
Online retailer’s half-year results show a significant increase in revenue for its retail business, with numbers reaching £1.2bn
The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated investments in automation and has sent turnover soaring, a new reality that benefits some employees but is a disadvantage to others.
Guided by the desire to enable developers to create applications, embedded BI vendor Logi Analytics recently updated its platform and expanded its resources via M&A activity.
The Pentagon's $10 billion cloud contract with Microsoft is no more. The DoD will solicit bids from Microsoft and AWS for a new pact called Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability.
REvil ransomware threat actors exploited a zero-day vulnerability to issue ransomware payloads disguised as legitimate software updates from Kaseya.
The UK's most powerful supercomputer has gone live, with Nvidia talking up its potential to transform artificial intelligence-based healthcare research around the world
Google Cloud is working with Singapore’s national AI programme to build up the country’s talent pool in machine learning and AI
A Dell-commissioned study by analyst firm Forrester finds organisations overwhelmed by mounds of data
IT service provider NCS is going after the high-growth markets of Australia and the Greater China region with core technology and industry-specific offerings as it pits itself against global rivals
Vendor shares insights into how the market is faring and what the prospects are after more Covid restrictions are lifted
As hybrid working becomes the norm, study advises that now is the time to invest in more robust technology to support remote workforces for the long term, and to fend off lingering feeling of resentment over lack of support
Channel player will be able to provide more automated service support as a result of strategic relationship
Malwarebytes researchers highlight new spam campaign targeting businesses impacted by the ongoing Kaseya REvil ransomware incident
The US Department of Defense has cancelled the controversial JEDI cloud project awarded to Microsoft and will replace it with multi-supplier contracts.
Firm gives update on progress since high-profile ransomware attack hit the managed service player over the weekend
Analyst’s latest monthly snapshot of next-generation mobile network development shows steady progress of 5G in Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester and Newcastle
Rob Elsey joins the Co-op Group at a time when the organisation is undergoing major digital transformation
Cloud storage virtualisation provider allows application access via S3 API calls to a single destination while capacity can be in numerous clouds with migration between them
SASE provider’s survey finds that the IT challenge with deployed remote access technology is failing to meet enterprise requirements, forcing support and helpdesk to compensate
The acceptance of robots being used in everyday life is making significant strides, but this is just the beginning
Former health secretary faces an investigation by the UK’s data protection watchdog over his use of private email to conduct government business
US offers assurances that Assange could serve time in his home country of Australia if convicted
Acronis's previous CEO will lead product development while the new CEO focuses on go-to-market, partner program expansion and increasing company headcount.
The out-of-band patch release addresses a critical flaw that allowed threat actors to gain remote code execution on vulnerable Windows and Windows Server systems.
Second-quarter results reveal IT and business services spending at a new high, in stark contrast to the Covid-19-hit quarter a year ago
Microsoft dropped an out-of-band patch to fix PrintNightmare, but there are concerns it may not be totally effective. This does not mean it shouldn’t be applied
CEO of Kaseya apologises after pushing back the restoration of the firm’s VSA service following a REvil ransomware attack
Rapidly growing infrastructure provider spreads full-fibre connectivity in county’s key inland and coastal areas
MSP specialist sets asides millions to help those affected by the ransomware attack that hit the firm five days ago
Channel player increases the digital support that partners can tap into with a range of online services that can be accessed on-demand
Study shows that while the number of enterprise 5G projects doubled over the past year, competition from alternative service providers has significantly impacted CSPs’ share of the market
Senators stripped out billions for a technology directorate in the U.S. Innovation and Competition Act. The bill now heads to the House.
Ahead of the summer holidays, newly merged communications company announces what it says is a significant 4G and 5G boost to holiday hotspots
Corsight AI publishes report on how organisations can develop more human-centric AI and biometric technologies
UK operator Vodafone continues its momentum in developing OpenRAN solutions by partnering with Mavenir to create an indoor small cell solution for business customers
Embedded BI capabilities, including integrating single data assets, rather than entire dashboards into users' workflows, feature prominently in MicroStrategy's latest update.
Mosyle's Screen View establishes a peer-to-peer connection for screen sharing between IT support staff and people with Apple devices. The new tool is in the Mosyle Admin Portal.
Kaseya CEO Fred Voccola said in an early Wednesday video update that the VSA deployment delay was 'probably the hardest decision I've had to make in my career.'
Silk has developed a virtualized data system that abstracts cloud resources, helping organizations port their on-premises databases to the cloud.
Dutch security researchers were working with Kaseya to get an authentication bypass flaw and other bugs patched when the catastrophic supply chain attack occurred.
Cisco will pair Socio Labs' hybrid event product with Webex video and Slido audience polling tools. Cisco believes events with in-person and online participants are the future.
The government has made no contact with subpostmasters two months after it said it would work with them to ensure they get speedy and fair compensation for their losses as a result of Post Office IT scandal
Study finds mission-critical use cases in manufacturing and energy/utilities driving demand for dedicated comms networks, but ecosystem remains challenging
The Metropolitan Police should release correspondence with the US Department of Justice about three UK based WikiLeaks journalists, despite national security claims, a tribunal heard
Distributor has seen its partner base expand, has managed inventory in the face of shortages and is in a position to surf the rising demand for security and infrastructure solutions
The process of negotiating a ransomware payment is delicate, hence cyber criminal organisations are prepared to offer good terms to those with the right skillsets
Vendor’s recently-launched as-a-service offering was rolled out after the firm sought plenty of feedback from partners
Cloud services player continues on its strategy of acquiring to reach more channel partners across the UK and Europe
Errors in criminal background checks may be common, which could lead to a denied job opportunity. A Connecticut lawsuit details one such case.
Zoom Rooms voice controls could ease the frustrations of using conference room video hardware. Zoom released the feature in public beta, making it available on select systems.
The Kaseya VSA breach may prove a major turning point for MSPs' relationships with their IT services software vendors; other IT channel news.
President Biden signed an EO that enhances merger scrutiny and tasks the FTC with creating rules for data accumulation and unfair competitive practices in online marketplaces.
Rockset made a set of connectors for MySQL and PostgreSQL generally available. The tools enable real-time data indexing for analytics on transactional data.
President Biden has ordered the FTC to consider restricting noncompete agreements, a directive that has bipartisan support in Congress.