Using managed network services has freed up time and resources for New Zealand school teachers and alleviated the pressure and challenges of maintaining technology infrastructure
The UK government introduced right to repair legislation earlier in 2021 to combat the growing issue of electronic waste, but data sanitisation firm Blancco says that while it’s a step in the right direction, there is definitely scope for improvement
Icelandic colocation firm acquired by digital infrastructure investment fund as demand for datacentre capacity in the Nordics continues to grow
$4bn fund will be used to invest in developing Saudi Arabia’s tourism industry as the country reduces its economic reliance on oil and gas
Electric version of French car range to use third-generation Snapdragon automotive cockpit platforms and Google Technologies to design ‘seamless and cutting-edge’ in-car experiences
But hybrid cloud still limited, according to NetApp. Until containerisation is widespread, applications tend to be built for the cloud or work better in the datacentre
The last few days have seen several executives take up fresh challenges across the industry
Distributor starts the journey of an IPO that will raise capital and take the cyber security specialist into a fresh chapter
Alongside Udacity and the Blacks in Technology Foundation, Nokia has launched an online nanodegree aimed at increasing the number of people from underrepresented backgrounds in tech worldwide
The Crown Commercial Service has published an early notification notice for a £500m per annum big data analytics procurement framework, which will run from 2022 to 2026
Scheme designed to protect vulnerable people against banking fraud has been expanded to include online scams
House of Lords Communications and Digital Committee has called for evidence to inform its inquiry into the effectiveness of digital regulation
BT-owned broadband provision division makes latest step in campaign to address key financial issue that could hinder roll-out of broadband networks capable of supporting the ‘new normal’ of work
Outgoing information commissioner Elizabeth Denham will call on her equivalents across the G7 group of countries to collaborate on an overhaul of cookie consent pop-ups
Research from Daisy Corporate Services lifts the lid on the concerns customers have around using and exploiting technology in the next 12 months
Two operational technology security experts shed light on the state of OT security in the region, and what’s being done to address skills, competency and organisational challenges
Tech firms are playing a high-stakes game to drive adoption of artificial intelligence and surveillance technology in law enforcement
Recently merged operator adds nearly two million customers from mid-size cities and large towns to footprint of gigabit broadband estate
Not-for-profit organisation is raising funds to publish a book showcasing black women in tech to give young people in UK schools access to role models
Partnership between Ukrainian telecom operator and leading European ICT supplier designed to help expand the country’s fibre optic network as it continues to bridge the digital divide
Audiovisual specialist Midwich benefits hugely from the steady ‘return to normal’ worldwide, with the restrictions around offices and events starting to ease
Huge opportunity knocks in the realm of advanced in-vehicle software as surprisingly low number of global cars make use of ADAS features
Security experts say active attacks on the series of Microsoft Exchange Server flaws, which can be chained to take control of servers, are already being launched in the wild.
CrowdStrike's latest research shows threat actors have reduced the time it takes for them to move laterally in victim environments, thanks in part to ransomware as a service.
Tech startups are being invited to build and test their products and services on the Estonian government’s IT estate for free, in return for use of the software developed
Fibre broadband provider announces further extension of its national broadband network in the Glasgow region and in West Sussex, while also sealing deal with service providers using its full-fibre infrastructure
EMEA channel boss has indentified areas where the vendor can increase the assistance it gives partners and ways to protect and reward value
The average price of a stolen credit card on a dark web marketplace comes in at around $17.40, or £12.60, according to new data – but the real money for cyber criminals is in hacked PayPal accounts
CIISec’s latest “State of the profession report” highlights both positives and challenges for cyber pros arising from the past two years
The re-emergence of the infamous REvil ransomware gang is a likely sign that more high-profile attacks will unfold over the coming weeks
Neos Networks unveils significant network expansion across Lancashire to facilitate high capacity fibre connectivity for hyperscalers, large-scale content providers and businesses using UK fibre network and connections to Ireland
As more organizations have recognized the value of data during the pandemic, a surge in application development is among the top business intelligence trends.
DAM is an old idea making a big comeback for marketing teams trafficking in online video. Acquia adds the Widen DAM to its digital experience platform.
Microsoft and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency have issued advisories warning users to mitigate against a zero-day flaw, as no patch has been released.
IBM has moved closer to achieving a frictionless hybrid cloud model with its first Power10 server. The new system comes loaded with a variety of security technologies.
Organisations in the Asia-Pacific region still lack the necessary workforce and process capabilities that are required to realise the full benefits of data analytics initiatives, a study finds
Leading comms tech provider keeps up the pace of launches of technologies supporting next-generation network development with modular suite of tools and services
New Microsoft zero-day CVE-2021-40444 affects multiple versions of Windows and is probably being exploited through convincing phishing attacks
Channel player will mark a major milestone next month but has got the party started with a solid set of half-year numbers
Projects including a four-legged, multi-terrain robotic walker, ‘biogeobatteries’ and organic smartphone materials are among 97 projects to receive funding
IBM has released new AI capabilities to speed virtual agents and automate more contact center tasks. The vendor also formed a partnership with contact center vendor IntelePeer.
Two-year project will begin to ramp up use of street furniture and public buildings to host 5G radio kit, with CCTV poles, traffic signals and other roadside infrastructure potentially used to boost coverage
Health and social care secretary Sajid Javid aims to reduce NHS waiting list backlog through use of virtual wards, artificial intelligence and new surgical hubs
Salesforce plans to release features that increase Service Cloud's flexibility for contact centers to manage agents working remotely either part time or full time.
Controversial UK government and Bharti-owned satellite operator closes investment from leading French satellite operator and seals deal with US comms giant to provide high-speed broadband connectivity to hard-to-reach locations via satellite
Distributor Tech Data is arming partners with the chance to help SME customers with a SOC-as-a-service offering
Dell EMC updated PowerProtect with faster snapshots, new software to manage multiple appliances and a managed service for recovery to help scale data protection functions.
Exium is IBM's latest partner in 5G network security. Enterprises have the option of using Exium's network as a service with the IBM Edge Application Manager.
The Azure Container Instances vulnerability would have allowed malicious actors to execute code on other customers' containers, but there have been no reports of exploitation.
Workday invested in Zimit, and later integrated its configure, price and quote software. Now, it's acquiring the company as part of its plan to build enterprise services.
A survey of the Microsoft workforce found that employees planned to be back in the office more than their managers expected. The discrepancy means companies need to be flexible.
DCMS is launching a major consultation on proposed changes to the UK’s data protection regime, under which several key elements of the GDPR are likely to change
Infosys breaks down Skava, an e-commerce startup it acquired in 2015, into e-commerce, marketing and merchandising microservices, and renames it Equinox.
National Audit Office says five-year delay to the Home Office’s project to create a National Law Enforcement Data Service, replacing two existing legacy IT systems, puts police access to vital information at risk
Comms regulator’s survey finds full-fibre networks are being built at a record rate, but work is still needed to get decent broadband to remote parts of the country
Both infrastructure and device-as-a-service options come under a single umbrella with TruScale
Vendor Cisco is determined to protect channel profitability by reducing complexity that could get in the way of doing business
Acquisition will add more AWS expertise, give depth to the managed services offering and bring more coverage across EMEA
IT giant and leading communications technology provider team to work with South Australian development board and local companies to bring together interdisciplinary experts to develop, test, and deploy new space technologies
CityFibre, Chartered Management Institute survey warns once-in-a-generation opportunity to change working practices for the better could be put at risk because of network issues
Speed and security now make cloud analytics preferable to on-premises deployments, along with advantages such as collaboration for a distributed workforce and agility to scale.
New 5G-based broadband complements existing 4G infrastructure and aims to offer towns and cities compelling alternative to fibre broadband
Study finds that in the next-generation network arena, 5G standalone core dominates key service provider activity, with an enduring need for agility and responsiveness
As China's crackdown on businesses sounds alarm bells for C-suite executives, a U.S. district judge handed down a long-awaited verdict in the Apple vs. Epic Games trial.
Cisco introduced a raft of changes to its Partner Experience Platform, its hub of channel resources launched last year; other IT channel news.
While sales of tape drives faltered in 2020, IBM and a handful of storage vendors hope to fuel a comeback with delivery of new offerings that ascribe to the LTO-9 specifications.
President Joe Biden's federal vaccine mandate will put new recordkeeping requirements on businesses and may create problems if employees refuse to comply.