Pay equity laws that require firms to collect and report data are making inroads in the U.S. One HR tech vendor is preparing to provide companies with tools that will help.
Singapore-based Flexxon teams up with Lenovo to make its solid-state drive that uses artificial intelligence to fend off cyber threats available on ThinkPad-based laptops
Council for Science and Technology sets out how the government should harness tech for the NHS through interoperable systems, building skills and capacity and developing an evidence base to underpin effective use of tech
Completely new architecture means the AI accelerator chip does not need to pass data to and from the main processor, PCI bus or operating system
Move to virtualised IMS with tech from open communications software provider will facilitate operator’s network transition to 4G/LTE and 5G
The chief digital and technology officers of London and Barcelona speak to Computer Weekly about their joint initiative launched with other cities to promote the ethical deployment of artificial intelligence in urban spaces
IT decision-makers see cost savings as the biggest benefit of moving to the cloud for analytics and artificial intelligence
Global network design and management firm teams with recently merged operator to roll out one of the first commercial sites built on its Open RAN technology platform
Firms across the industry are making hires to get skilled executives in position for the important fourth-quarter period and beyond
Backup specialist finds cloud eclipses on-site compute for all workloads while DR makes big strides in the cloud despite concerns about complexity and security
Provider of digital services and communications solutions in Central and Eastern Europe chooses Nordic network technology suppliers for 5G roll-out in key selected markets
Hoping to make the mainframe more relevant to users implementing AI, IBM plans to introduce next year a processor that runs AI applications faster and with better security.
Research reveals that doubts persist about when to make the decision to return to the office, with the Delta variant still causing concern
Enterprise customers should see prices for NAND flash and enterprise SSDs start to fall in 2022, as flash and component shortages subside, market analysts predict.
Security researchers weighed in with evidence of ProxyShell exploitation by threat actors using malicious web shells and a new ransomware variant called 'LockFile.'
Zendesk has its eye on Japan and the enterprise segment while building up its partner ecosystem to grow its business in the Asia-Pacific region
Auto sector company Inchcape has chosen SAP’s Rise service on Google Cloud to drive forward its digital transformation programme
The number of data breaches in Australia arising out of ransomware attacks grew by 24% during the first half of 2021, according to OAIC’s latest data breach report
Civil society groups call for Parliament to scrutinise the use of live facial-recognition cameras
Failure to communicate benefits of data-sharing proposals and privacy concerns are prompting large numbers of people to opt out of a proposed NHS Digital scheme
IT cost optimisation and enhancing services for students are among the main goals for the UK's Universities and Colleges Admissions Service
Company’s latest batch of low Earth orbit craft bring total in-orbit constellation to 288 satellites and it remains on track to deliver connectivity to hard-to-reach places by the end of the year
Ericsson supports Asia Pacific Telecom to launch first 5G non-standalone multi-operator core network, while Faroese Telecom inks exclusive 5G core and radio access network deal
Analyst firm charts ongoing strength in the hardware market as many of the pandemic market conditions remain in place
Up to 50% of MS Exchange users in the UK are exposed to three vulnerabilities that are now being actively exploited
HM Courts and Tribunals Service has acknowledged IR35 status contractor assessment errors and paid HMRC £12.5m
Internet-of-things solutions provider taps IoT connectivity firm to provide reliable cellular comms to simplify sending data to the cloud and support monitoring of environmental factors in highly regulated industries
Cryptominers, web shells and ransomware are the most common varieties of malwares targeting Linux systems, thanks to its prevalence as the backbone of most public cloud services
The UK boss of Tech Data has seen market conditions improve since the start of the year as customers grow in confidence
Further financial support given to develop next-generation full-fibre network across rural regions in province, particularly those that currently have the slowest speeds, such as Mid Ulster, Fermanagh and South Antrim
Study from Ricoh Europe finds that even though the tools for supporting remote workers have proved themselves to company bosses over the past 18 months, workers have not necessarily done the same
Australian operator and global comms tech firms demonstrate new radio dual connectivity technology in Sydney, boosting 5G coverage area while maintaining superfast 5G speeds
Solo.io is among the service mesh vendors aligning the emerging tech with existing network management as enterprise adoption expands.
Virtana's VirtualWisdom is now available for Infinidat's InfiniBox arrays. The software can expand to handle hybrid cloud workflows.
Four ransomware operations -- AvosLocker, Hive, HelloKitty and LockBit 2.0 -- have popped up on the radar of researchers with Palo Alto Network's Unit 42 team.
Qualtrics adds Brand Impact Simulator, which BrandXM users can use to model how changes in a customer experience might entice new customers to make purchases.
New figures from the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau show a threefold spike in reported financial losses to fraud and cyber crime in the first six months of 2021
Singapore telco M1 is deploying surveillance robots and other 5G-enabled equipment to beef up security and maintenance operations at Marina at Keppel Bay
A new study for the #Ransomaware campaign reveals some insight into why so few victims report ransomware attacks
New network set to be the first and largest end-to-end public Wi-Fi 6 deployment in a sporting arena in Europe
Global analysis by Ada Lovelace Institute and other research groups finds algorithmic accountability mechanisms in the public sector are hindered by a lack of engagement with the public
Just after announcing technology for incorporating 2G into Open RAN standards, cloud-native networks software provider makes strategic acquisition to enhance its business messaging and customer engagement platform
A select group of penetration testers in HackerOne's community will be able to obtain three AWS certifications, including the Security - Specialty certification.
Microsoft's Azure Government Top Secret offers more than 60 cloud services to U.S. spy agencies, the Department of Defense and federal civilian organizations.
Analysts and media reports say the new iPhone, iPad Pro and MacBook Pro will include the next iteration of Apple's proprietary silicon, as well as faster refresh rates and more ports.
Cribl looks to grow its LogStream platform capabilities with new funding that will help the vendor grow operations and advance its data lake visibility technology.
A new AWS Backup feature, the Audit Manager, tracks backup activities to help customers determine if they are meeting business and regulatory compliance requirements.
Two critical updates from Cisco, remote code execution flaws in F5's Big-IP, and a half-dozen VMware security holes are among the more pressing issues for admins to address.
DCMS has named John Edwards, currently New Zealand privacy commissioner, to succeed Elizabeth Denham as UK information commissioner
Plan includes ensuring digital choices are always available, scaling up online consultation app and accelerating technology adoption in the NHS
Pandemic’s breakout conferencing tool provider plans to support the new normal of hybrid working with systems recognising both remote and in-office work
As the onset of a hybrid workforce becomes a reality for more firms, research shows massive spike in virtual meeting and collaboration tools since 2019, and stresses that digital workplace technologies will be essential for enabling innovation in the new normal
Money comes from the latest wave of the government’s DigitalBoost Fund, which offers small and medium-sized businesses in Scotland funding to invest in digital technologies
The government will pursue data partnerships with countries including Australia, South Korea and the US as part of a post-Brexit data regime that may also see substantial changes to the UK’s data protection law
Some of the world’s most prominent tech giants have made a series of commitments to enhance the US’ national cyber security posture following a high-profile meeting with president Biden
Networking monitoring firm gains certification from cloud giant’s managed device and datacentre services division in a move that it says will demonstrate to customers that it has been fully tested to help deliver a truly consistent hybrid experience
Ending a week in which it announced technology for incorporating 2G into Open RAN standards and made a strategic acquisition to enhance its customer engagement platform, cloud-native networks software provider deploys private LTE network for windfarm application in Scotland
Businesses are reluctant to impose vaccine mandates, and vaccine incentives are showing limited results. But Delta Air Lines is trying a $200 surcharge on unvaccinated employees.
Second-quarter 2021 edition of mobile device tracker shows more than 150% year-on-year growth, with mobile device trade-in programmes back to pre-pandemic levels
Zoom has recently released features intended to give companies and meeting hosts more control over the information they share and what attendees can see.
The ProxyShell advisory includes a call to patch, as well as details on which Exchange servers are vulnerable. In short: Those without the May security update are unprotected.
Research firm Canalys found that the education and enterprise sectors drove a significant increase in PC shipments, despite delivery delays from the global chip shortage.
Masergy could bring needed midsize to large enterprise business to Comcast Business. Masergy, based in Plano, Texas, provides managed SD-WANs, cloud security and UCaaS.
Cybersecurity market consolidation continues, as observability players push beyond security monitoring and into enforcement via XDR and SOAR products.
Tech giants have invested billions to address cybersecurity threats such as supply chain security and attacks on critical infrastructures.
Leading UK provider of comms and technology services awarded Cisco Powered SD-WAN Service SD-WAN status, which it says leaves it well set to prosper
Twilio, Vonage and Sinch drive a market that has been positively affected by the Covid crisis as demand for cloud communications over the past year expanded use cases and prompted new suppliers to enter the market
Leading US operator and comms and networking tech giant say 5G network stands ready to deliver lower latency and faster speeds for enterprise customer internet-of-things deployments using 5G certified devices
Pledge to end the exploitation of drivers who use ride-hailing apps was made ahead of Uber and GMB’s first meeting since signing a collective bargaining agreement in May
Rockset previews new features in its cloud database platform to help organizations more easily use real-time data to support data analytics and business intelligence.
In this week's antitrust roundup, South Korean officials focus in on Apple and Google app store practices, while U.S. officials meet with tech leadership to discuss cybersecurity.
A new AWS program will validate the skill sets and processes of MSSP partners, creating a means for security firms to competitively differentiate themselves; more IT channel news.
Sign-on bonuses, tuition help and increases in starting salaries are among the steps employers are taking to hire and retain talent in a competitive market.
According to T-Mobile, the hackers who stole its customer database had knowledge of the company's network and testing setup. The hack was a carefully planned network breach.
Wiz security researchers found a new attack vector in Microsoft Azure, which if exploited could allow an attacker to gain access to customers primary keys.