Chinese firms are more likely than others in Asia-Pacific to tap on artificial intelligence and business intelligence among other technologies to drive innovation
The Exchange Server vulnerability could allow an attacker 'to copy all emails addressed to a target and account and forward them to an account controlled by the attacker.'
Microsoft and Facebook think virtual reality collaboration could help companies save on office space and travel. But the tech needs more development to be ready for general use.
Starting on Sept. 18, Chromebook users will have to rely on the web-based versions of the popular Microsoft apps. Google welcomed the move as better for Chromebook users.
Singtel is counting on its investments in its multi-access edge compute platform to stand out in the enterprise market for 5G services
Vulnerability rewards programme will offer rewards ranging from $250 to $5,000 to white hat hackers who find vulnerabilities in critical government systems
Pan-African datacentre developer The Raxio Group has embarked on a collaboration that will pave the way for it to increase its colocation footprint within the continent
Subpostmaster campaign group founder demands that financial redress for members be included in public inquiry before it ‘willingly’ participates
The What Good Looks Like framework provides instructions on how NHS leaders should improve the use of digital in their organisations
New interactive map of sub-sea connectivity industry shows how providers are enhancing the user experience with new cables, landing stations, and upgraded search and select functionalities
Channel player has seen robust trading over the past couple of months, which should give analysts following the business some food for thought
The NAND flash market could soon go from six major players to four, but the fusion of Kioxia into WD and SK Hynix with Intel’s NAND business will still leave Samsung atop the pile
Bank holidays barely cause a pause in the continual move by firms to hire more expertise to support growth
The professional services and managed cloud company has set its sights on M&A in 2022. The firm also seeks to develop an integrated service experience under new leadership.
Pandemic conferencing breakout star sees revenues and subs maintain robust growth track in second quarter.
Citation of leading Chinese technology firms by US government department leads to Finnish comms tech giant halting activities in open comms software body
Open source SQL query engine gets new release that will expand the number of data sources that can be queried, including Elasticsearch, Splunk and Apache Cassandra.
Docker Desktop is now part of all Docker subscriptions, including a new Business tier with added security, but enterprise users of the free version will have to start paying.
As relational databases struggle with scale, one graph database vendor says a paradigm shift is underway and aims to make graph technology the standard approach for data storage.
Back to fool: University students with little security training are being targeted by Nigerian scammers to move fraudulent funds with the lure of quick bucks and flexible hours.
Three financial services firms were charged with failing to implement proper cybersecurity policies after cyber attacks led to the exposure of customer data.
Investors are super confident in the growth potential for cloud data management and analytics as the impact of the Snowflake IPO continues to ripple through the industry.
Western Digital unveiled a new storage drive architecture for hard drives that improves capacity, performance and reliability via an embedded flash drive to store metadata.
With new data privacy regulations like China's personal data protection law coming down the pike, CIOs need to make privacy and security the central focus of their overall IT strategies.
New data from Palo Alto Networks reveals that over 25% of UK security leaders saw their employees circumventing or switching off security measures at the height of the pandemic
Newly observed campaign is particularly dangerous because it appears to neutralise one of the most widely known anti-phishing techniques
Software engineering bootcamp Makers has announced its third annual list of up-and-coming women in the software sector
Study on technology firms’ lobbying efforts in the European Union shows the sector spends more than any other in trying to influence policies and legislation
Students will apply technologies such as artificial intelligence to robotic dog as part of their learning
Salesforce adds CRM features to support remote-work models for sales teams born in the pandemic and continuing -- possibly permanently -- through 2022 and beyond.
Carrier-neutral colocation giant has set out plans that will see it continue to add datacentre capacity across all of the major markets it operates in
Time to welcome in a fresh brand and get up to speed with a new-look board of directors
Windows 11 will include integration with unified communications platform Teams but won't initially include the option to download Android apps.
As natural disaster numbers increase, remote work policies may be examined for how they keep workers online. But beyond temporary employee relocations, HR may be curbed by options.
Sales figures might not be at the levels of last year, but Q2 saw decent activity in the market, according to Context research
Cisco Talos warns that sharing internet connections with random people via third-party app like Honeygain and Peer2Profit could lead to malware installations and other threats.
VMware plans a developer on-ramp to Kubernetes with Tanzu Application Platform, a more flexible take on PaaS than Cloud Foundry that could heighten competition with OpenShift.
As SAP moves away from Microsoft Azure as its preferred public cloud provider, Google looks to fill the void. Customers should benefit from the competition.
Administrators are advised to patch immediately after security experts confirmed mass scanning and exploits against a critical remote code execution vulnerability.
The US National Security Agency has enlisted the help of HPE and its GreenLake platform to aid the delivery of its data management strategy
A team of researchers led by the National University of Singapore have developed a brain-inspired molecular memristor that can be configured to perform a range of computing tasks
Digital twins, data sharing, predictive analytics and the use of drones all get a mention in Digital Roads five-year strategic plan
Latest Twitter feature automatically blocks abusive users, and is intended to help victims regain control of their experience on the platform
Research finds global smartphone arena showing double-digit growth despite supply constraints, production disruption, component shortages, factory shutdowns and closure of retail businesses
Managed service player likes to make two deals at a time and has added a couple more MSPs to its growing collection
Tableau 2021.3 doesn't include fancy new AI or machine learning features, instead focusing on capabilities that enable enterprises to scale their analytics programs to more users.
Financial services firms have been the focus of attacks by cyber criminals during the Covid-19 crisis
Irish data protection watchdog has issued one of the largest GDPR fines to date against Facebook-owned WhatsApp
Study finds remote workers encounter significantly more home Wi-Fi issues than before the pandemic, with most reporting daily issues with their home wireless networks
The spending limit for contactless cards has reached an eyebrow-raising triple-digit figure – £100 – raising questions about the need for user authentication
Tech Nation, the endorsing body for the digital technology route of the UK’s Global Talent Visa, has reached a total of 4,000 visa applications since 2014
Password management player is keen to add more partners and keep its recently signed distributors busy
Workers participating in the #AppleToo movement say they have collected nearly 500 testimonies from employees about their experiences of discrimination, harassment and abuse at Apple
Autodesk said in its 10-Q filing released Wednesday that it believes 'no customer operations or Autodesk products were disrupted' in the SolarWinds supply chain attack.
Beaumont Health disclosed some patient data was exposed through an attack on Accellion's FTA product, nine months after the attack on the legacy file transfer software occurred.
The alliance connects Verizon's 5G Edge mobile edge computing platform with Microsoft's Azure Stack Edge cloud computing product. Verizon has a similar deal with AWS.
The bipartisan bill that would codify the measurement of customer experience for federal agencies cleared the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs.
Amazon rolled out new AWS features and improvements at its Storage Day 2021, including a file storage service with NetApp's OnTap, the first managed service for AWS files.
A new law in South Korea enables developers to use payment systems outside those offered by app store platform providers. One expert said other governments may follow suit.
Amid growing interest in data lakehouses, Dremio will target a range of partners, including consultants and systems integrators, to boost its platform; other news.
Coworking offices may help remote workers deal with prolonged power outages. They are often located in business districts, which may get power restored before residential areas.
A survey found that miscues during video conferences cost businesses money and got employees fired. Most companies have punished employees for video meeting errors.
The FTC has decried SpyFone, a remote tracking app for mobile phones, as stalkerware and ordered it to notify all individuals who were tracked by the app.
China-based cyber attackers have been blamed for multiple assaults on IT systems in Norway
Colocation giant Equinix has acquired a physical presence in India for the first time, following the completion of its acquisition of two Mumbai datacentres
UK government backed next-generation network project 5G-ENCODE switches on the second phase of its network at the National Composites Centre, as it bids to move a step closer to realising the commercial benefits of 5G in manufacturing
Company says it has experienced strong growth thanks to demand accelerating during the pandemic
Next time you sit in front of a channel executive, remember that they might have started in a very different industry
Vodafone announces update to its network strategy, in particular how it is transitioning and refarming 3G spectrum to 4G, and deployment of a new 5G radio that saw energy consumption decrease
Threat researchers and incident responders continue to track threat activity around the dangerous ProxyShell Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities, including impactful ransomware hits
Vendor’s latest quarterly numbers include details of the progress of its as-a-service approach
Increased client demand ramps up commercial launch of new enterprise IoT and 5G standard technology, now slated for 2022
Business growth and new ways of working have contributed to increasing investment in UK operator’s FTTP offering and wider business network over the past year as demand for reliable, gigabit broadband soars
Altnet reveals next series of ‘forgotten towns’ to benefit from its fibre-optic broadband infrastructure
Berlin Superior Court allows use of EncroChat evidence in criminal trials but lawyers say the question will ultimately need to be decided by the German Supreme Court