Activist lawyer Max Schrems and Eduardo Ustaran, partner at Hogan Lovells, look for common ground in a problem with no easy answers
Trials of next-generation full-fibre broadband will be based on passive optical network technology
Israel-based surveillance specialist NSO Group is facing renewed pressure after it emerged its Pegasus mobile surveillance tool may be being widely abused by repressive regimes
The app aims to work as a one-stop Covid-19 information and resource shop for doctors and nurses working with coronavirus patients
Harlow-based colocation player claims its on course to become the first datacentre operator in the UK to ditch diesel in favour of biofuel in its backup power generators
UK and US governments, alongside the EU and Nato, have formally attributed the March 2021 Microsoft Exchange Server attacks to Chinese state-backed actors
Investment includes a new, UK-based cloud service, two new offices, and a beefing up of SAP’s apprenticeship and internship programmes
Twelve more former subpostmasters have had wrongful convictions for financial crimes overturned in the Court of Appeal
Email security player is looking to build its partner base at a time when the demand for products is increasing
Zoom is steadily expanding its enterprise offering and has now spent $14.5bn on an acquisition to fill a gap in its product portfolio
Research from Canalys backed by Trend Micro and Tech Data uncovers most successful traits of those operating at the top of their game in the security channel
HMRC CEO Jim Harra continues to downplay significance of email questioning legal basis of the loan charge during a grilling by the Economic Affairs Committee
A new report from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts offers a snapshot of what states are facing post-pandemic: increasing automation and a need for workforce training.
DCMS wants stakeholders to offer their views on proposals for a new governance regime and expanding access to government-held datasets for identity verification
Zoom's acquisition of Five9 would make the company a competitor to 8x8, RingCentral, Cisco and Vonage in the growing cloud-based contact center market.
Beyond the Exchange Server hack, the White House's statement condemned China for its malicious cyber behavior and accused the country of government-affiliated ransomware attacks.
The Department of Justice accused four Chinese nationals of hacking into a variety of businesses between 2011 and 2018 to steal trade secrets and other valuable data.
Various problems can cause data pipelines to break or contain inaccurate information. Monte Carlo aims to help its users figure out the root cause and fix it.
The proposed collection of patient data held by GPs will now only commence when three key criteria have been fulfilled, says NHS Digital
A UK Space Agency project is being used to showcase how a quantum-inspired algorithm can work out the best way to manage space debris
IBM introduces new consumption-based Storage as a Service for FlashSystem based on performance, capacity and contract term; and adds Safeguarded Copy to guard against cyberattacks.
Channel player issues a trading update indicating the progress it made during the first six months of the year
Collaboration will be key for traditional Nordic banks to retain business amid intense competition from tech companies
Redpoint Global users get tools to manage first-party partner, product and customer data quality, identity and governance with In Situ feature bundle.
With a fresh face at the helm of the UK channel operation, Veritas increases rewards and plans to drive opportunities for partners
Unionised Uber drivers have condemned the ride-hailing firm for ‘cynically’ framing its UK service fee rise as a way of improving equality among drivers, rather than a pay cut
Speaking to an event in Israel, NCSC CEO Lindy Cameron has praised joint UK-Israeli efforts on security collaboration
Strategy is geared towards readying the UK energy system for the transition from fossil fuels to renewable power through digital transformation
MSPs aren't just a way for backup vendors to reach SMB customers, as enterprises are finding good reasons to outsource IT functions to third-party providers.
A government-backed investment programme designed to direct more capital towards research and development-intensive technology firms has opened for applications
Civo, a managed Kubernetes cloud service, selects StorageOS to provide lightweight, persistent storage for their customers' container application needs and future database storage.
N2WS expands its backup and recovery capabilities beyond AWS with new automated protection for Azure VMs. The vendor plans to build this feature out more fully in future updates.
New requirements from DHS for oil and gas pipeline operators include the implementation of 'specific mitigation measures' against cyberthreats, specifically ransomware attacks.
Hoping to build its chip production to better compete with TSCM and Samsung, Intel is rumored to be making a bid to acquire GlobalFoundries for $30 billion, among other moves.
Enterprise Kubernetes maturity has pushed infrastructure deployments into DevOps pipelines, prompting container security vendors to support infrastructure-as-code scans.
Addition of Microsoft gold partner will add more expertise and knowledge to managed service provider’s business
A new generation of farmers is tapping the internet of things and machine learning to operate self-sustaining urban farms with minimal supervision
Data relating to devices used by French president Emmanuel Macron and the head of the World Health Organization, among others, has been uncovered in a dataset linked to government use of spyware
Multinational media conglomerate Thomson Reuters has added Oracle to its roster of cloud suppliers, as it seeks to make part of its tax application portfolio cloud native
Software bootcamp Makers is looking for up-and-coming women in the software development scene to celebrate diversity in the sector
Most open source contributions in Cloud Foundry come from developers whose companies commercialise the platform
Bad guys are taking the weekends off too, according to Barracuda Networks, and old bugs that should have been patched months ago continue to be the most-targeted vulnerabilities.
SAP has reported second-quarter 2021 revenue of €6.669bn, down 1% on the same year-ago quarter. Cloud revenue has increased by 11% to €2.276bn, just over one-third of the total, and 250 customers claimed for new Rise with SAP package in the quarter
MSP-focused business will spend more on UK now it heads into a future as a standalone operation
The government needs to reskill senior decision makers and give tech leaders more influence if digital business change projects are to succeed
Leading comms equipment provider teams with channel partner and service integrator to fuel the UK altnet boom which has seen independent firms connecting more than two million homes with full-fibre gigabit connectivity
Latest quarterly datacentre market tracker report from DC Byte and Knight Frank shows demand for capacity across EMEA is holding firm and fuelling growth of secondary hubs
Looker 21, which the vendor unveiled July 21, features the general availability of Looker's new portal for application developers and support for hosting on Microsoft Azure.
Swedish comms tech giant and Taiwanese fabless semiconductor company team up to double current millimetre wave uplink speed ceiling to almost 500Mbps
Computacenter issues trading update covering H1, with the business enjoying growth and positioned to build on that in the second half
Infosys is establishing a centre in Germany that will focus on supporting customers in the German automotive sector
A 22-year-old U.K. resident was arrested in Spain and will face extradition on charges related to a social engineering operation that netted big-name Twitter accounts.
Paycor HCM's CEO shares what the IPO means for its customers and plans to use the investment for R&D and sales expansion as it expands in the SMB market.
Datacentre startup is touting carrier neutrality, bespoke services and cyber security capabilities to meet the growing demand for co-location services in the Philippines
Space agencies and leading technology businesses test ubiquitous UK communications coverage for transportation market in region of south-west England notorious for poor communications
The tenth annual State of DevOps report by configuration management software provider Puppet suggests many enterprises are struggling to reap the full benefits of taking an agile-like approach to software development
Each year, Computer Weekly publishes the longlist of all of the women put forward to be considered for its list of the top 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech. Here are all of 2021’s nominees
Committee is so disappointed in the government’s lack of engagement with its inquiry into the digital impact of the pandemic that it has published a separate report criticising it
The pandemic has accelerated the use of digital in the UK justice system but challenges remain, leaving it ripe for reform with data at its heart, says industry body
In her exit interview with Computer Weekly, NHS Digital’s former CEO Sarah Wilkinson talks about the organisation’s transformation over the past few years, the Covid-19 pandemic, bureaucracy challenges and big wins
In the wake of a consultation earlier this year, the government has drawn up a package of measures it intends to take to help protect contractors from non-compliant umbrella companies and loan scheme promoters
Adobe deconstructs the PDF creation and content extraction processes with the release of APIs for developers available on AWS marketplace.
Partners encouraged to be part of an effort to improve technical knowledge around key areas in networking, app performance and security
The government will pay interim compensation within weeks to subpostmasters who were wrongly convicted of crimes due to computer errors
BT-owned network, EE, comes to the fore as competition drives 5G roll-outs, and leading operators show marked performance improvements across first half of 2021
Strategy aims to put the UK at the global forefront of science, research and innovation
House of Lords report criticises the government’s forthcoming Online Safety Bill for imposing duty of care on tech platforms to deal with ‘legal but harmful’ content, which it says threatens freedom of expression online
Distributor is extending its online tools for resellers that want to use them and its recently acquired Cloud Distribution business has been adding to its portfolio
Research finds ‘alarming’ gap between the approaches small businesses are taking in their post-pandemic digital transformations
Acumatica touted growth and new integrations with Adobe and Microsoft at its annual summit. Analysts like the ERP vendor's innovations and customer-centric approach.
After rebranding its platform early in 2021 to reflect a heightened focus on embedded analytics, Sisense introduced a set of new capabilities to enable developers.
Kaseya told SearchSecurity that for 'confidentiality reasons' it could only confirm that the ransomware decryptor came from a trusted third party and that it was helping customers.
Ten years into the DevOps movement, an industry report finds DevOps is still rarely done well at scale, and says centralized platforms hold the key to further progress.
Observable expanded its platform for larger organizations to collaborate on data projects that make information more intuitive to understand and use.
The Senate Intelligence Committee introduced a bill that would require federal agencies and companies providing critical infrastructure to report network breaches to DHS.
Couchbase makes a move into the public markets with a Nasdaq listing as it continues to develop its NoSQL database technology that runs on premises and in the cloud.
Amazon's latest Alexa advancements include better support for natural language, interoperability with more devices and support for devices running multiple voice assistants.
UK mobile network operator announces NB-IoT infrastructure expansion to support ongoing investments in platforms and services that will support the growing number of businesses implementing such technology to increase operational efficiency and grow new revenues
Research from SaaS experience platform provider finds consumers have accelerated investment in smart home devices during the pandemic
BCS, the Royal Statistical Society and the Alan Turing Institute are combining to form an alliance to promote professional and ethical standards in data science
Kaseya says it obtained a ransomware decryptor key from a trusted third party, but there is no word on whether a ransom was paid
SAS has expanded its free data skills for jobseekers’ programme, aiming it at people who have been adversely affected by the economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic
TfL is facing numerous legal appeals from Uber drivers as a result of its decisions to revoke their private licences on the basis of mistaken information from Uber’s systems
Pure Storage users can now choose consumption-based pricing for FlashStack converged infrastructure and Portworx storage for containerized workloads.
The Department for Work and Pensions’ (DWP) annual accounts highlight the challenges the public sector body has faced with implementing the IR35 reforms since they came into force in the public sector in April 2017
Channel needs to be clearer about the need to test recovery processes before customers get hit by an attack
Datto’s Global State of the MSP Report reveals widespread optimism, but also signs that the battle for customers is intensifying
MSPs will be given the chance to access a wider range of data protection products as ConnectWise looks to increase its security profile
Each year Computer Weekly recognises several great women from the IT industry and their lifetime achievements in its Most Influential Women in UK Tech Hall of Fame
Recent channel research suggests MSPs increasingly prioritize cloud computing and IT security as part of their core business models; other IT channel news.
The Zoom-Five9 deal could deliver a product portfolio capable of satisfying businesses' contact center needs while providing communications for a hybrid workforce.
The FTC has opened the doors to routinely requiring prior approval for reattempted mergers, as well as requiring prior notice of mergers beyond what's required in the Clayton Act.
Microsoft hasn't clearly defined when a company should pick Windows 365 over its other desktop as a service, Azure Virtual Desktop. The differences seem more subtle than dramatic.