Green datacentre company Cloud&Heat Technologies has formed an alliance with Earth Wind & Power that will see the pair seek to build scalable, modular datacentres in areas where utility firms are producing surplus energy
Transport for London has awarded contracts to two startups to deliver new technology to support the capital’s road network
Research reveals patients will use remote consultation services 3.6 times per year on average, but need for mobile devices and connectivity will limit uptake of telehealth services to developed regions
Sharing threat intelligence and proof-of-concept exploits can often help other organizations better defend themselves, but such efforts are hampered by obstacles and restrictions.
As staff head back to work, questions about disposing of old equipment and erasing data are also increasing
Vendor updates managed security service provider programme with an emphasis on increased support
Study from leading UK communications provider highlights that although a new normal is coming for a significant number of UK workers, so are new problems and the need to create a better work-life balance
Government-backed scheme to target broadband for hard-to-reach homes with fibre optic cables fed through utility mains, businesses and mobile masts without digging up roads
It is still unclear who is behind the attack that caused Covid-19 vaccine bookings in Lazio, Italy, to grind to a halt, as despite masses of files being encrypted no specific ransom demands have been made for the decryptor
Anglian Water has established a £24m data and digital programme to help meet its asset management plan objectives, as set by Ofwat
A critical vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange is once again making the rounds with attackers, following a Black Hat presentation from the researcher who found it.
Grab is using Apache Kafka in its fraud detection and prevention platform to ingest event streams from its mobile software development kits and client backends to pick up fraudulent activities
University of Sydney and quantum control startup Q-CTRL have developed a new way to reduce quantum computing errors using custom machine learning algorithms
Business-to-business marketing firm OneMoreLead was storing tens of millions of records in an unsecured database, exposing at least 63 million people to fraud, identify theft and phishing campaigns
Dutch citizens come top in a study on awareness of internet risks in Europe, which showed major differences across the continent
Restore makes its fourth acquisition in 12 months as it continues to expand its recycling and data disposal reach
Financial services firms are stepping up their use of artificial intelligence and machine learning technology to fight increasing money laundering activity
Security player SonicWall marks milestone and recognises the importance of having an indirect model
Study suggests that as network orchestration tools maximise monetisation, next-generation infrastructures will grow at a staggering rate of 940% over the next five years
Growing global infrastructure and connectivity provider BSO confirmed as one of the first official international approved connectivity partners to meet demand for trading at the National Stock Exchange of India International Exchange
Ransomware groups continue to intensify their operations as ransom demands and payments increase alongside use of “quadruple extortion” tactics during first half of 2021
UK financial services regulator the Financial Conduct Authority considers legislation that could block some bank branch closures to ensure citizens have easy access to cash
High capacity optical network for both core and metro applications will support operator’s aggressive fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) roll-out in the Netherlands over the next decade
A partnership between Tellius and Looker will enable users to combine Tellius' AI and machine learning technology with Looker's data modeling and app development capabilities.
Numbers of both male and female students sitting A-Level computing exams rose in 2021, although there is still a long way to go to encourage more girls into tech
Adobe releases Experience Manager for Healthcare and plugs its CDP into marketing and clinical data; Salesforce releases healthcare features.
America's Test Kitchen uses Rubrik to store backups and snapshots in the cloud, then archives older data to an on-premises StorOne appliance for faster and cheaper retrieval.
Oracle updated its MySQL database cloud service with new capabilities designed to automate and optimize database operations and query execution.
The open source Clickhouse OLAP database joins the Apache Kylin analytical data warehouse in a new update that provides a platform for different types of data queries.
Latest gigabit switch-on from newly merged cable provider sees a further 1.5 million homes added to its network, allowing customers to access average broadband speeds of 1.13Mbps, said to be four times faster than the national average
Report by National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security says the Netherlands’ digital resilience has improved, but is still insufficient
The global financial technology industry is emerging from the pandemic-triggered slowdown with record levels of investment to fuel further growth
Next-generation mobile comms infrastructure to provide a suite of services to help chief information officers and chief digital officers drive business outcomes and unlock ‘innovative’ business models
All seven critical vulnerabilities in Microsoft’s August Patch Tuesday were related to remote code execution, and there was one zero-day related to Windows Update Medic Service
Microsoft and AWS are in the midst of another dispute over the outcome of a $10bn US goverment cloud contract
A further four subpostmasters are set to have their wrongful convictions overturned in the latest development in the Post Office Horizon scandal
Two channel firms add depth to their cyber security portfolios with deals that add highly regarded penetration testing players
Microsoft corrects a Windows zero-day and two publicly disclosed vulnerabilities in this month's batch of security updates.
London's largest alternative fibre network expands into Surrey and West Sussex with majority stake in Surrey-based full-fibre network operator to help realise commitment to bridging the digital divide and promoting social inclusion
Cloud-driven networking company announces intent to establish second technology centre of excellence in Europe through acquisition of the SD-WAN division of Infovista
Network access is a closely-guarded commodity in underground hacker forums, with some sellers not even revealing the names of their victims until money has changed hands.
Despite bagging $600m worth of cryptocurrency in what has been described as the biggest decentralised finance hack, the hacker has already started returning the funds
Cornerstone OnDemand has been acquired by Clearlake Capital Group, a move that will give it the financial support, flexibility and room to grow, experts said.
The Norwegian government is making a concerted push to attract more foreign investment into its datacentre sector by talking up the country’s green credentials
The US government accused medical expert professor Michael Kopelman of misleading the court by failing to disclose details of Assange’s relationship
The combined company from NortonLifeLock and Avast will be dual-headquartered in Arizona and Prague, and will serve 500 million users, including 40 million direct customers.
Improvements to the SIOS Protection Suite include planned failovers of SAP S/4HANA with zero downtime, GCP support and integration with third-party tools via CLI.
With its summer 2021 update, data integration vendor Talend boosted its data sharing and integration features to help business users share trusted data sources.
The LockBit ransomware crew claims to have stolen data from IT services and consulting giant Accenture, but the company said no customer systems were affected in the attack.
Singapore neurosurgeons are testing the use of Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 mixed reality headset to locate brain tumours with higher precision and improve patient safety
Research from Webroot indicates a rising number of attacks and Ordr exposes the work still needed to move some customers away from ageing systems
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is in the midst of a multi-year digital transformation that has seen it shutter its datacentres and move 90% of its IT infrastructure to the Amazon Web Services public cloud
Programme offers £20,000 in funding to councils that come up with ‘pioneering solutions’ for cyber security, digital inclusion and connectivity
Southeast Europe alternative telecom enhances wireless network so that it can transfer large volumes of data fast, securely and with very low latency to cope with surge in connected devices and other demands from mobile users
But IT decision-makers are wary of costs and worried that they have insufficient skills to maintain secure environments
The Government Digital Service has signed its longest and highest value deal with AWS to-date, as the public cloud giant’s hold on the public sector continues to grow
Analysis of NHS Digital’s social care programme shows new ways of working could reduce hospital admissions and visits to GPs, and improve people’s quality of life
Information Commissioner’s Office to consult on its draft international data transfer agreement and guidance, which will replace standard contractual clauses to protect personal data during overseas transfers
Business leaders within the financial services space reveal details of what is holding up cloud adoption within their industry in latest Google poll
Research reveals urgent need for access to 6GHz band which, when open, could add over $1tn to the world’s economy by 2025
Samsung's latest foldable smartphone has features likely to appeal to businesspeople, including a more durable body and display and support for the S Pen stylus.
Multi-city demonstration of autonomous vehicle services ends with public showcase in London using co-ordinated fleet of six vehicles to host passenger rides for first time
Managed service provider takes its commitment to the environment to another level with the decision to create fresh role
National Cyber Security Centre and Plexal will support startups to develop products to address the government’s cyber security priorities
Qlik said it acquired NodeGraph in a move aimed at enhancing the longtime analytics vendor's data management capabilities, including data pipeline and governance features.
While the overall number of students in the UK taking computing GCSEs in the UK in 2021 increased from last year, the number of girls taking the subject saw a year-on-year drop
The latest flaw in Windows print spooler software, which has yet to be patched, comes weeks after the PrintNightmare vulnerability and other related bugs.
Microsoft's purchase of Peer5 adds to Teams an enterprise content delivery network that reduces the strain large video meetings place on corporate networks.
The Accellion breach occurred last December, but more victims have come to light in recent weeks as investigations, notifications and disclosures stretch on through the summer.
As IT roles converge under DevSecOps, enterprise IT vendors are consolidating as well, blending security features with developer appeal in a string of mergers and acquisitions.
Demand for efficient home broadband access expected to drive deployments and migration of FWA
Application programming interfaces are not the panacea for digital transformation and could even lead to escalating costs for problems that are better addressed through integration
The UK’s largest independent full fibre platform begins work on next stage as part of its national gigabit broadband roll-out in Scotland’s largest city
Europe’s biggest ed-tech unicorn reaches unicorn status and tests sector traditions
Almost half of hospitals have experienced an IT shutdown as a result of a cyber attack in the past six months, but just over one in 10 hospital executives see cyber security investment as a high priority
The Cyber Runway programme is a government-backed scheme to support entrepreneurs, startups and scaleups in launching and growing new security businesses
Expansion of SDI solution aims to enable enterprise and public sector customers to connect their MPLS and Ethernet private networking services to hundreds of cloud, infrastructure and service providers with automated, same-day connectivity
In the wake of revelations about NSO Groups Pegasus spyware, a number of special rapporteurs from the United Nations are re-igniting calls for a global moratorium on the sale and transfer of surveillance technologies
Apple is launching features to detect child abuse images in photos and messages. But data privacy experts have some concerns about how else the technology might be used.
Analyst house gives stark assessment of the number of businesses that find themselves in the sights of cyber criminals
Independently owned telecommunications provider aims to offer its customers premium-quality voice services while reducing power costs and accelerating time to market
Augmented intelligence capabilities like automated data prep and natural language processing are now common, showing that BI has advanced to a new era of technological innovation.
Through a new partnership, SADA and Intel engineers will fine-tune customers' Google Cloud Platform environments; other IT channel news.
Controversial satellite operator makes next step in its Five to 50 mission to cover regions north of 50 degrees latitude with Canadian coverage deal
Mobile devices provide a key way to connect underserved patients to telehealth services, but complexity and connection problems keep patients from reaping the benefits.
PrintNightmare, the Microsoft print spooler flaws patched in July, is the favorite target for a new ransomware group known as Vice Society, according to Cisco Talos.