The Singapore franchisee of Mexican cuisine specialist Guzman y Gomez has turned to electronic agreements and digital signatures to ease the administrative burden on its HR team
Transport services authority of Blackpool looks to benefit from digital radio system being designed and installed by TES Communication Solutions
Unnamed ransomware operation was disrupted last week in Kiev, Ukraine, following a coordinated investigation
People with financial and services skills have been in demand over the past week
Acquisition of OneLogin adds access management solutions to One Identity’s Unified Identity Security platform
Priorities for the digital unit of the health service include remote recovery with virtual wards, pre-surgical digital support, and use of robotic process automation to reduce the administrative burden on staff
Artificial intelligence holds the key to unlocking productivity, and developing the right skills to harness this potential was one of the focal points at the Tory Party conference
Telecoms software provider launches solution based on proprietary algorithms to take pre-emptive action to boost QoE for individual sessions before subscribers experience congestion
The creation of an IT strategy, a governance model and an open source playbook are among the areas of focus for the interoperability team of NHSX
Mandiant has completed its corporate rebrand pending the imminent sale of the FireEye products business to a private equity group
New Zealand-based startup to release Nexfs, which chops files into sub-file chunks and tiers them off to cheap and deep object stores with NFS and iSCSAI access for Posix applications
Google stakes its claim as the best public cloud option for SAP workloads thanks to a new partnership with Lemongrass, a well-known cloud managed services provider.
A coordinated international law enforcement operation led to the arrest of two alleged ransomware operators, though the ransomware gang has not been identified.
The "Hey Disney" voice assistant is the first use of Amazon's white-labeled voice assistant in a major hotel chain. It will coexist with Amazon's "Hey Alexa" in Echo devices.
The channel has seen investment levels rise this year, and market dynamics are making those involved with supporting the changing working world attractive to backers
Enterprise-grade performance and ease of use are the key areas of the latest platform update from the startup graph database vendor as it looks to attract more enterprise customers.
Most Australian organisations are still in the early stages of their responsible artificial intelligence efforts despite growing use of AI by businesses and consumers, study finds
Ash Jokhoo will be joining the insurance company as a member of the executive board
A configuration change effectively disconnected Facebook from the internet, with billions affected by loss of services
Harlow-based colocation giant has secure further investment as its expansion plans gather pace
Firm is back in the acquisition game as it continues to add more muscle to its EMEA coverage and ability to support SAP customers
The tech vendor revealed a new partnership with AI GPU maker Nvidia at VMWorld 2021 aimed at providing an AI and machine learning platform for IT users in virtualized environments.
Quantum's new product combines ActiveScale object storage and Quantum tape to deploy a petabyte-scale cold storage environment within customers' on-prem data centers.
Financial finance sector-focused cloud service will be available at the beginning of November
National data guardian Nicola Byrne warns about central principles that should be observed as data-driven innovation gathers pace in areas such as health and care
Sophos researchers detail a new variety of Python-based ransomware attack targeting VMware ESXi-hosted VMs
KPMG UK’s digital leader says that in her 25-year career she has never known a more exciting time to work in IT
Veeam Software seeks simplified management with its latest batch of updates. In addition, Kasten by Veeam enhanced support for its Kubernetes data protection.
The market demands have changed and the channel has to keep up with the hunger for digital, managed services and speed if it also wants to thrive, says Canalys
As both organizations and their databases struggle to manage growing amounts of data, experts see dramatic growth in the use of graph databases by 2025.
VMware's latest edge product portfolio is consistent with the infrastructure the company provides for the cloud and the enterprise data center.
The veteran email marketing vendor's new tool, the result of its purchase of martech vendor Inspector 6, is aimed at boosting small businesses' email campaigns with AI.
VMware shops say the Tanzu platform's integration with familiar tools is a big draw as they move toward Kubernetes, but much of that integration is still in progress.
Purchase of American-Swedish provider of automotive technology designed to augment comms tech giant’s ability to create an open and competitive advanced driver-assistance systems platform for the global auto industry and take ownership of RCS and active safety businesses
Security firm Aetos will use Singtel’s multi-access edge computing platform to run applications such as surveillance robots, drones and video analytics at its security command centre
Data analysis is often used by enterprises, but the discipline is also gaining ground in other areas in the Netherlands, such as e-sports
Tel Aviv-headquartered Orca Security wants to set up a new R&D centre in the UK
West Midlands telecoms industry testbed challenges innovators to help lead the next-generation networks revolution as live events industry gets back to life
Views coming out of Canalys Channel Forum indicate that maybe 2022 is going to be a year when the OS makes a real impact
Google has started to turn on multi-factor authentication on consumer accounts by default, and aims to auto-enrol 150 million users by the end of 2021
Given the impact that component shortages have had across the industry, the topic was bound to be a subject covered by some of the hardware giants
The Covid-19 pandemic has changed consumer behaviour and technology use within organisations, leading to plans for technology hiring to increase over the next year
Startup Wayve takes what it believes is a different approach to autonomous driving by modelling the behaviour of a driver
New zero-day in Apache HTTP Server is already being actively exploited and must be addressed immediately
UK government-backed startup network adds 30 fintechs to its growth programme amid record investments in finance tech sector
Qualtrics Experience ID isn't labeled as a customer data platform, but it's not far off from one, as it aggregates customer info into individual profiles.
In its pursuit of enterprise business, Box Shield adds security features that may circumvent ransomware; Box Sign available for U.S. and Canadian customers.
Users of livestreaming platform Twitch may be at risk after a 125GB torrent of data was leaked
Comms tech provider Nokia aims to address new category of Industry 4.0 applications that require increased capabilities and performance at the network edge and tight integration with industrial systems and networking solutions
Former presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren lends her support to a bill that would require corporate ransomware victims to disclose more information about their attacks to the authorities
Open Infrastructure Foundation’s chief operating officer lifts the lid on how the pandemic is shaping and accelerating adoption of its open source cloud platform OpenStack
Survey of service providers and technology suppliers reveals next-generation wireless communications standards will flourish over the course of the next year
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen condemned the company's practice of shielding internal research and called upon Congress to take action.
VMware’s new CEO, Raghu Raghuram, uses the VMworld 2021 keynote to set out the company’s expanded take on the meaning of multi-cloud
Egnyte introduces new ransomware protection for all SaaS subscribers. Features include protection at all tiers and new recovery services for the top-tier service.
European policymakers have approved a report on the use of AI in criminal matters, rejecting several amendments in the process that would have made it easier for police to potentially conduct predictive analytics and biometric surveillance
The social media platform, which is often used for e-commerce, upset many small businesses that could not sell their products for six hours and did not have backups in place.
Leakers claim to have stolen almost 6,000 internal Git repositories, including 'the entirety of Twitch.tv' and content creator payouts.
Users of VMware Tanzu Application Service, formerly Pivotal Cloud Foundry, hope VMware preserves their developer experience as it shifts its focus toward Kubernetes.
A group of hackers believed to be based in Iran is targeting organizations in the U.S. and elsewhere with a campaign that uses cloud storage service Dropbox.
Claudius Weinberger, co-founder and CEO of ArangoDB, discusses why the vendor is raising money to meet the growing demand for graph database technology.
Security experts are urging administrators to update their installations of Apache HTTP Server following the disclosure of a zero-day vulnerability that had been under attack.
Cohesity's anomaly detection and recovery functions can be accessed in Cisco SecureX, allowing greater visibility and quicker response time during a ransomware attack.
InsightSoftware, which acquired embedded BI vendor Logi in April, has acquired fellow embedded BI vendor Exago and plans to integrate Exago into Logi.
Leading French operator takes involvement with growing Bharti/UK government-owned satellite firm into higher orbit, becoming second largest shareholder
VMware is eyeing growing opportunities in India around cloud-native application development, remote work as well as 5G and edge computing, says VMware president Sumit Dhawan
Reducing digital exclusion, improving connectivity and citizen services are part of the plan
The channel has emerged from the pandemic with growth, but as the world reopens, economic, technological and cultural challenges are emerging
Industry body’s boss was on stage this week to talk about the need for more diversity and for the channel to continue improving its skills
Investigations are ongoing into a 125GB data breach that hit livestreaming platform Twitch, apparently the work of hacktivists
Two UK-based unions are taking Uber to court, claiming their members have been unfairly dismissed as a result of misidentification by the company’s facial verification system
In its response to the government’s data protection consultation, the Information Commissioner’s Office has raised worries over its future ability to function independently of government interference
Indian IT service provider signs partnership that will see it modernise the core technology of Proximus to offer its services through
VMware Cross-Cloud services for multi-cloud environments faces competition from startups and in-house operational tools supplied by public cloud providers.
Use of agile delivery and cloud computing were among the highlights of the Census 2021, which received 22 million responses countrywide
AI experts from the autonomous vehicle technology industry discuss automation, spotting flaws in and speeding up machine learning systems and accounting for changes in real time.
Ceridian HCM announced product upgrades this week, including streaming pay, which makes it possible for employees to be paid daily.
The data management vendor has acquired Hyper Anna, an Australian startup, to add automated augmented intelligence capabilities to its data management and analytics platform.
After an acquisition binge, Hyland Software pauses to discuss its acquisition strategy and future roadmap, which may include more AI/machine learning and vertical-specific features.
Zoom is driving its growth in Asia-Pacific by embedding business processes into video communications, supporting the hybrid workplace and expanding its headcount in the region
Bank pleads guilty to failures concerning the laundering of hundreds of millions of pounds, but says it has since improved its anti-money laundering systems
Newly designated FIN12 gang leverages the work of the cyber criminal ecosystem to conduct lightning-fast ransomware attacks
Australia-based global carrier enhances connectivity to Microsoft cloud services and provides an integrated calling experience via flagship collaboration service
Vulnerability in brewer’s mobile app could have resulted in serious consequences for its shareholders and customers
Research into the evolution of the workplace in the wake of Covid shows hybrid workers embracing anytime working as office culture ‘changes for ever’, but concerns over discrimination, career progression and noise weigh on employees’ minds
Cisco’s Hybrid work index reveals insights on people’s preferences, habits and technology usage in the era of hybrid work
UPS player Schneider Electric Europe reacts to market demand for as-a-service offerings, and rolls out its own take on that approach
Collaborators aims to accelerate digital transformation of Italian enterprises and public sector organisations
A charity led by Formula1 driver Lewis Hamilton has plans for a two-year pilot aimed at training and recruiting black teachers for science, technology, engineering and maths subjects
Micron unveiled NVMe SSDs with seven form factors this week, all with PCIe Gen 4 performance. The new family of SSDs could take Micron deeper into the data center.
Some government and business leaders want more AI regulation to ensure that systems don't discriminate against or harm others. Others say too much regulation will stifle innovation.
A new survey from Ivanti shows a majority of administrators and infosec professionals feel the shift to decentralized workspaces has made patch management an even bigger headache.
U.S. Senators debated creating federal data privacy and security standards and providing the FTC with enough resources to enforce them.
A Cisco study said half of remote employees don't talk during video meetings. Fixing the problem is likely a combination of technology and nudging on the part of managers.
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The flaws can slow application performance by as much as 15% on high-performance PCs for gaming and other demanding software. AMD said a fix will come this month.