A Nasscom study reveals that India’s tech workers and their employers are planning to return to offices thrice a week, paving the way for hybrid work
Europe-wide analysis from leading comms tech firm reveals next-generation network-enabled solutions could reduce EU CO2 emissions by 15% by 2030
MSP shares details of how 2020 went, with the results making it clear that the education market and the public sector have continued to invest in tech
Payments made through open banking will eat into those made using cards as the next five years sees an acceleration in adoption
Channel player announced plans to unite its UK, Irish and Channel Island operations in the summer and expects that move will support future growth
Zendesk's burgeoning customer experience platform, which grew out of a customer service technology stronghold, lands key tech to gather customer feedback.
Facebook answers British lawmakers’ questions about the social media giant’s efforts to ensure the safety of its users, as part of legislative security of the government's proposed online safety bill
The Dumfries-based Innovation Hub has gone live, and is set to make 5G testing accessible for a wide range of firms across the region
Under the agreement, vaccination status of UK citizens will be digitally verified via the EU digital Covid certificate gateway
George Best Belfast City Airport ditches ageing Dell iSCSI SAN for Nutanix HCI for half the price of nearest contender, and gets DR site into the bargain. Cloud storage was a no-go for cost reasons
Regulatory Horizons Council research explores the opportunities and regulatory challenges around unlocking the domestic drone market
Businesses and governments have been put on alert to guard against Trojan Source hacking attacks
Dell Financial Services will offer flexible and consumption-based payment options in local and regional markets as more enterprises consume and operate IT infrastructure via an as-a-service model
Leading satellite provider unveils platform of internet of things connectivity services, solutions and ecosystems designed to help businesses with their IoT roll-outs and to support new innovations built on the connectivity backbone of ELERA network
Network software provider looks to address use case-driven future with agile charging and monetisation platform and composable architecture designed to make the transition to future platforms easier
European IT services spend up on the back of strong demand for cloud-based services
During the Ignite 2021 virtual conference, the tech giant previewed its new enterprise AI language service that it said provides enterprises with security, compliance and scale.
Having proved itself in various regions, distributor Exclusive is given the chance to work with Juniper on a worldwide basis
HSBC to standardise and automate software development through CloudBees platform
iXsystems TrueNAS can be a fraction of the cost of competitors and with a revamped operating system it can be built into clusters that can run virtual machines and containers
The database vendor is ramping up its cloud efforts with the initial release of its platform on Microsoft Azure, with plans for other public cloud providers in the coming months.
Research by DataSolutions has revealed that although there is a way to go to reduce carbon footprints, many in the channel are setting sustainability targets
Microsoft introduces a number of CX tools, including the Customer Experience Platform, voice and SMS integrations, and technology for stores to connect physical and digital spaces.
Just weeks after increased investment from French operator Eutelsat, growing satellite firm inks distribution partner agreement with UK telco for low Earth orbit communications services
Lords debate the UK’s stance on drones and artificial intelligence in conflict
First Digital Connectivity Index from recently merged fixed and mobile operator shows that UK is currently ranked eighth among developed countries for digital connectivity
Lack of public disclosures for cloud bugs can allow vendors to sit on vulnerability reports and can prevent researchers from getting acknowledgement and payouts.
Jailed Silk Road administrator Thomas White, aka Cthulhu, has been ordered to hand over more than £490,000 of illicit earnings
Data sanitation industry group calls on UK government to add electronic waste to the climate summit’s agenda
The chair of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission says users, not vendors, are responsible for AI recruiting bias. It has launched an effort to investigate AI use.
Azure Stack HCI users now have more management features, better integration with Arc and the ability to run Windows virtual desktops.
The FBI assessed that ransomware threat actors are likely using information like mergers, acquisitions and stock valuations to determine vulnerable enterprise targets.
The concept of business science -- using AI and ML to enable business users with data science skills -- will be in focus during Tableau's upcoming user conference.
Quantum introduced Ransom Block to its Scalar tape libraries, allowing customers to remotely eject tape magazines and prevent cyber criminals from accessing the data within.
Microsoft is continuing to build out its cloud data services capabilities, including connecting SQL Service with data governance and analytics functions running in Azure.
Juniper Networks' latest Mist AI-enabled product uses private pre-shared keys to secure IOT devices and unify their management. Juniper also launched two 6 GHz access points.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said VR would make Teams collaboration feel closer to meeting in person, making the experience more engaging and less tedious than video sessions.
A pair of flaws in nearly every popular programming language enables attackers to hide malicious code in plain sight without the ability to be detected prior to compiling.
The Central Adelaide Local Health Network has digitised manual processes in more than 20 speciality areas to improve patient experience and alleviate the workloads of frontline staff
A report published at the Open Data Institute’s annual summit finds social prescribing activities geared towards improving mental and physical health lack sufficient data infrastructure
Leading comms operator switches on European TowerCo subsidiary, which will aim to derive value from passive mobile infrastructure and open up these assets to other operators
A quarter of people have no intention of visiting a bank branch again after experiencing the benefits of digital banking when branches were closed during Covid-19 lockdowns
The vendor added AI services to its public cloud. The prebuilt machine learning algorithms enable users to automate language, speech, vision, anomaly detection and forecasting.
The BlackMatter ransomware gang appears to be winding down its activities, possibly due to pressure from law enforcement
QuestDB co-founder and CEO details the use cases for the database platform and explains why the vendor is now raising money to grow the technology and market.
Pace of transformation of third-largest fibre network provider shown as former altnet racks up milestone figure for homes ready to tap into gigabit-capable infrastructure
Industry organisation uses its annual event to talk of the progress made in the channel over this year and the prospects for 2022
Data on Labour Party members was recently compromised in an apparent cyber attack on a third-party data processor
Facebook and Meta have committed to halting their use of facial recognition technology and deleting the biometric data of more than a billion people by the end of 2021, but will retain the underlying algorithms and software for potential use in future products
US government bans target Israeli spyware makers and cyber firms in Russia and Singapore
The tech giant added a prebuilt SaaS application for supply chain management to its set of Fusion Cloud applications. Other Fusion Cloud apps collect and monitor ERP and HR data.
Wireless networking player MultiThread Consultants decides the time is right to build on strong revenues and go through a management buy out
Managed communications service provider makes additions to unified comms offerings to enable effective and scalable collaboration while Verizon-owned company announces support for Microsoft Direct Guest Join
Operators behind the ransomware, known to target critical infrastructure, attributed the shutdown to pressure from authorities and the disappearance of team members.
ERP vendor Infor acquired Lighthouse Systems, a provider of MES software that enables manufacturers to run operations 24/7. The deal makes sense, but integration won't be easy.
The startup continues to build out its namesake platform with new capabilities to provide organizations with visibility into how and where data pipelines are being used.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued a directive for government agencies that requires patching for hundreds of known software security vulnerabilities.
Cloud storage and backup vendor Backblaze enters the public market with an IPO filing. New capital will expand marketing campaigns, technology investments and vendor partnerships.
Microsoft Viva gets a new OKR app, but an underlying and ongoing message at the firm's recent Ignite conference was about Viva's employee privacy protections.
NASCAR is to use cloud-driven Wi-Fi 6 net to offer high-efficiency, high-capacity networking to power experiences such as mobile ticketing, mobile concessions and mobile sports betting
For the Netherlands, the biggest challenge in a large-scale cyber crisis is to maintain speed while exercising due care
How Fujitsu has so far avoided a huge lawsuit in relation to its role in the Horizon scandal
Salesforce to add features next year that help consumer goods manufacturers plan, track and analyze effectiveness of promotional spending with retailers.
Since joining the company in May, much of Parag Patel’s time has been spent preparing an enhanced channel programme, which went live last month
Women are CEOs at less than 6% of global financial technology firms and even fewer hold top tech jobs
The women-led training data vendor’s fundraising success is notable of the lack of women in tech. Sama also is mission driven, aiming to lift people out of poverty in Africa.
The zero-trust player appears to be getting close to pushing on in its growth story as it makes hires and alliances
Research from the UK & Ireland SAP User Group has found only 11% of members plan to use SAP’s Rise with SAP business transformation as a service offering
A botnet is using a critical GitLab vulnerability, which was disclosed and patched in April, to launch powerful DDoS attacks that have surpassed 1 Tbps.
Loop lets people collaborate on Word and Excel content through Teams, Outlook and OneNote. The new software is based on the Fluid open source framework.
StorageOS, a persistent cloud storage vendor for Kubernetes developers, rebrands as Ondat and expands its product lineup with a new SaaS platform for IT admins.
Aruba is launching the 1960 series, the latest addition to its small business-optimized Instant On portfolio. The new switch offers more bandwidth and scalability.
Kyndryl, the IBM services spinoff, debuted this week amidst varying analyst opinions as to how it would fare. Kyndryl CTO Antoine Shagoury lays out why he thinks it can succeed.
MemVerge Big Memory Cloud makes stateful applications portable so that they can be moved from on premises to private clouds to public clouds.
Delivery of enhancements and funding issues for the second phase of the Customs Declaration Service are among the points highlighted in latest report
Representatives from the two governments issue a joint statement on quantum information science and technology (Qist)
Thailand’s Krungsri Bank has been harnessing open application programming interfaces to enable its partners to build new services in a strategy that has won over customers from rival banks
Former Fujitsu staff who gave evidence in subpostmaster trials have been questioned by police for a second time
BT has revealed a tough first six months of the financial year, but also claimed Fibre First build programme roll-out continues to accelerate, reaching record levels in second quarter
It takes more than just online training and MDF funds to build a strong partnership. Byte’s vendor alliances director shares some of the attributes he looks for when partnering up with other companies
US government puts up a $10m reward for information on the DarkSide ransomware gang, the group that attacked Colonial Pipeline six months ago
Reltio now has a valuation of $1.7 billion as it raises new funding to help grow its cloud connected data platform to enable business processes and operations.
Increasing use of mobile networks to access video content, digital payments, online retail and video conferencing all contribute to 5G traffic growth, with ongoing roll-outs driving the adoption of higher data packages
Former subpostmasters convicted of crimes based on data from error-prone Post Office computer system continue to embark on appeals
The EU transition and higher-than-expected customer demand, as well as technical debt, are among the factors that could affect HMRC’s modernisation ambitions
In response to data breaches involving third-party vendors, Google worked alongside vendors to developed what it refers to as a 'vendor-neutral security baseline.'
Momentum in the partner community is gathering around attempts to get Microsoft to review its planned Office 365 price increase
Digital secretary commits to establishing ongoing oversight of the Online Safety Bill and its implementation, and suggests the grace period on criminal liability for tech company execs should be shortened from two years to a maximum of six months once it’s enacted
A legal case against five major US technology companies accused of knowingly benefiting from human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of Congo has been dismissed, but victims plan to appeal
EG Group, a petrol station and food retailer, is looking to improve its operations with a move to Rise with SAP on an SAP private cloud alongside an implementation of the SuccessFactors HR system
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Security researchers have spent the week attempting to break into network-connected hardware and other devices in hopes of winning recognition and big payouts.
The telecommunications giant says Quickbase was able to quickly help its employees transition from physical locations to remote workspaces during the pandemic.
Experts argue that the European Commission's Digital Markets Act, which aims to curb the influence of powerful tech giants, might have unintended consequences.
Cloudtamer, a cloud management startup, rebrands as Kion for the platform's 3.0 release. New features include expanded support for Google Cloud Platform and cloud finance tools.