Computer Weekly is looking for nominations for the annual Innovation Awards to honour digital transformation initiatives in Asia-Pacific that have transformed organisations in seven industries
Spain’s CaixaBank has successfully completed the migration of millions of Bankia customers to its systems
Telenor has signed a deal with Google Cloud that will see the pair collaborate on bringing joint services and products to market for their customers
The Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission is investigating eight potential miscarriages of justice linked with faulty Post Office IT system
The Information Commissioner’s Office tells tribunal it would need to bring in external experts to search data using an Excel spreadsheet
Data management vendor Hammerspace expands unstructured and structured silo visibility with launch of Global Data Environment. The software update also marks new awareness push.
Riverbed Technology has charted a rise in customer plans to adopt more flexible working and has shared what that means for its partners
Research by Skillsoft has found that 76% of IT decision-makers across the world have departmental skills gaps – a number that has increased significantly in the past five years
Carmaker has divided its IT function, one part focusing on the back office, the other on its software-defined business opportunity
BT-owned UK broadband provision firm accelerates plan to stop selling copper-based broadband and traditional voice services, aiming to use five pilot areas to develop and test approaches for mass-migrating end-users to new digital offers
Some of the datacentre sector’s biggest players have pooled their resources to help launch the UK’s first industry-specific University Technical College course
The independent AI vendor has created a taxonomy for specific industries by building out its AI Cloud platform on which customers can take advantage of industry-specific services.
A couple of examples of promotion this week, underlining that talent deserves the chance to grow and flourish
Cognacq-Jay Image shunned Scality and Isilon to get Qumulo scale-out NAS for extremely elastic video workloads and built fine-grained metrics to troubleshoot complex processes
Proposals could see IT service providers legally required to adhere to the NCSC’s Cyber Assessment Framework, among other things
5G innovation centre teams with enterprise mobility and collaboration provider to offer free sessions
The domain-wide ransomware attack utilized "almost no malware," and the threat actor accomplished the attack with the months-old ProxyShell vulnerabilities.
DataDirect Networks' AI400X2 comes with double the performance and nearly twice the capacity of its previous model, and new features for AI storage such as automatic tiering.
The vendor completed its Series F round, and has more than doubled its valuation from $1.95 billion in August 2019 when it last raised venture capital funds.
An unknown threat actor sent emails warning of a supply chain attack through an FBI portal used by law enforcement agencies to communicate with one another.
Less than a week after November's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released an unscheduled security update for Windows Server to address an authentication vulnerability.
OpenText intends to acquire Zix email security technology to broaden its portfolio, adds developer tools and connects OneDrive competitor OpenText Core to Office 365.
Medtronic wants a slice of the burgeoning digital health market and is teaming up with startups and other organisations in Asia-Pacific’s healthcare ecosystem to raise its game
Research from global communications provider finds that fast internet access is now a top-two must-have for UK homebuyers
127-qubit Eagle represents IBM’s last System One quantum computer design. Scaling to more qubits requires multiplexing and modularity
NHS Digital outlines its commitments and plans to tackle the net-zero challenge, including a new approach to cloud hosting
The UAE has launched multiple programmes as it bids to be a world-leading location for artificial intelligence innovation
Technology will play an important role in creating thriving communities after Covid-19 lockdowns renew interest in local high streets
Connecting disparate sources of data for analytics and machine learning gets faster in the vendor's latest platform update, released alongside a Series C funding round.
The data storytelling vendor revealed that it has reached an agreement to be acquired by Salesforce and will then become part of the Tableau subsidiary.
The cloud data vendor's winter release updates its data platform with new capabilities to enable organizations to query and manage more data types across different environments.
Security distributor is keen to increase its business here and make a difference to the market dynamics
Hot on the heels of signing a contract with City Fibre to gain UK fibre leadership, leading European comms operator’s results for the first six months of 2021 shows sustainable growth in both Europe and Africa
The merger between Arm and Nvidia is to be investigated further following publication of the CMA’s Phase 1 report into the deal
Managed service player shares H1 numbers as its customer base continues to emerge from the shadow of the pandemic
A pool of 46 firms has been selected to deliver digital document solutions and associated hardware and software
Sponsored research among mid-sized enterprises finds decision-makers and employees to be radically at odds in reading what makes a successful organisation
UK infrastructure assessment stresses it remains critical for health of country that gigabit broadband is effectively rolled out to rural areas and towns to ensure genuinely universal provision
The acquisition of educational specialist Novus Group bolsters the skills base and technical expertise of CAE Technology Services
Genesys and Google broaden multi-year partnership to include running Genesys applications on Google Cloud with Kubernetes; Genesys embeds apps in Chrome browser.
StorOne expands its reach with S1 Backup to combat ransomware attacks. The new software emphasizes an all-flash backup tier and immutability as part of its strategy.
With the addition of Data Workspace, the analytics vendor aims to enable power users within organizations to develop and deploy applications.
The latest database release from Cockroach Labs focuses on providing optimized capabilities for large deployments that can handle up to a petabyte of data.
National Cyber Security Centre has helped to thwart multiple cyber incidents that could have seriously disrupted the UK’s response to the pandemic
GCC 2.0 will include improvements in user onboarding and provide single credential access to public cloud services and engineering tools, among other areas
Public and private sector organisations need to pool their resources and collaborate to address the climate crisis by using open source technologies, urged Lord Maude during OpenUK’s COP26 event
Telco deploys more than 15,000 trackers and 250 antennas at two aircraft engine production sites in France to remotely locate and manage tools and equipment in real time
Comms tech provider looks to bring scalability, performance and operations simplicity to mobile networks, including purpose-built and Open RAN
The Post Office will waive professional legal privilege for documents relating to legal advice it received regarding subpostmaster prosecutions
Female professionals accounted for 71% of the new jobs created between June and September 2021
Online retail giant Amazon will stop accepting UK Visa credit card payments from January next year
Latest data from IT market watcher Synergy Research Group highlights how the number and size of hyperscale datacentres around the world is on the up
UK channel boss provides update, with the vendor encouraging partners to deepen their relationships with customers
Ethical hackers working on the Bugcrowd platform have saved organisations almost $30bn in risk during the Covid-19 pandemic, as the community sheds old stereotypes
Vendor shares results of a survey of IT decision-makers that indicates where the priorities are over the next five years
Department urged to develop its current set-up to better manage the range of taxpayers’ needs it encounters
Research finds that more than eight million workers who have bought a 5G-capable smartphone since the start of the pandemic are a key driver of the switch to mobile data
Distributor chosen as partner to take emerging technologies out to the channel as the investment firm looks for more routes to market
Digital Shadows researchers have reported on the emergence of zero-days as a service, which could be the next big thing in the cyber criminal underworld
Some 108 cyber security startups representing the UK’s most cutting-edge innovators are to join Plexal’s Cyber Runway accelerator
Infrastructure solutions community driving global connectivity joins forces with Wi-Fi alliance to spur adoption of 6GHz Wi-Fi and enable better user experience
Tech giant drives into huge deal with automotive group to develop next generation of autonomous driving and driver-assistance systems
Slack has retooled its Workflow Builder, intending to make automating work with Salesforce and third-party apps as easy as building a Lego set. Workers can use the tool next year.
Co-founder Kashish Gupta provides insight into the data challenges that led Hightouch to develop a new approach to getting data out of data warehouses and into operational tools.
JetStream DR for Azure VMware Solution offers DRaaS for VMware VMs and is deeply integrated with Azure, including using Azure Blob Storage to minimize storage costs.
At the center of the Apple criticism is an exploit chain that utilized two vulnerabilities -- one of which was only patched in macOS Big Sur for several months.
SAP launched a series of developer products at SAP TechEd, including free tier access for the SAP Business Technology Platform and the low-code/no-code platform SAP AppGyver.
Panzura Data Services features are now part of CloudFS, providing free data management tools to all customers. Premium features are available to purchase on a per-user basis.
Canadian tech company Sky Global has filed a legal motion claiming that the US government unlawfully seized the company’s internet sites following police investigations into the use of its cryptophones by organised crime
BT broadband provision division says full-fibre broadband roll-out programme is on track to reach 25 million premises by December 2026
A total number of 65 subpostmasters have now had criminal convictions overturned in Post Office Horizon scandal
Internal emails disclosed in a US court show how Sky Global supplied sample encrypted phones to a Canadian police force before its phone users became subject to an international police investigation
A joint advisory from western cyber agencies warns of a campaign of ‘ongoing malicious activity’ by an Iran-linked APT group exploiting BitLocker to extort its targets
The operators of a new ransomware called Memento are quick to retool for ‘success’ if they run up against a competent defender, says Sophos
Distributors continue to invest in growth as they look to tap into the flourishing security market
UK payments regulator wants to reduce the huge sums of money lost to authorised push payment fraud and is calling on the banking and tech industries to play their part
Available on Google Cloud, the feature is deployed in AI-powered Business Messages. Using pre-made bots, enterprises can connect with customers on different branded channels.
Zero-trust player rolls out increased support for managed service players as it continues to strengthen its channel proposition
UK Telecommunications (Security) Act receives Royal Assent, mandating stronger legal duties on telecoms firms to protect the UK’s networks and giving the government new powers to control use of high-risk suppliers
A new side channel attack would potentially allow attackers to poison DNS servers and reroute traffic to malicious sites.
Deutsche Telekom, Orange, Telecom Italia, Telefónica and Vodafone issue five-point clarion call for building an Open RAN ecosystem for Europe to ensure that the continent continues to play a leading role in 5G and, eventually, 6G
The vendor committed to a cloud-first philosophy in late 2020, and since then added capabilities through acquisitions, targeted new user personas and continued to build new tools.
One UI 4 notifies smartphone users when apps access their camera, location or microphone. The software also lists the apps accessing people's data and keeps track of permissions.
When IT ops teams centralized infrastructure automation behind developer-friendly self-service interfaces with DevOps platforms, developers weren't the only ones who benefited.
Designed for companies of up to 500 employees, Business Essentials offers tools to download apps and push updates to iPhones, iPads and Macs. It provides up to 2 TB iCloud storage.
CISA and Microsoft this week issued alerts about increased threat activity Iranian nation-state hacking groups, including ransomware attacks on enterprises.
People might no longer be able to use workarounds like EdgeDeflector to set another browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, as their default for opening links.
The Quantum-2 InfiniBand platform, introduced this week, includes software, a BlueField-3 DPU, a Quantum-2 switch, and a ConnectX-7 network adapter.
Partnering with the DMTCP Project, MemVerge supports the open source distributed multithreaded checkpointing technology, which could change the high-performance computing game.
UK and US intelligence services reaffirm a joint commitment to disrupt and deter new and emerging cyber threats
A founding partner of the Gaia-X project, which aims to build an open, federated data infrastructure for European companies to host their cloud workloads, has exited the project over concerns about where the initiative is heading
The Safety Tech Challenge Fund winners will now develop technologies to limit the spread of child abuse material in encrypted environments, which the government has claimed will not be repurposed for other uses
Nokia strikes further deal for private network infrastructure, helping leading MENA utilities company modernise its grids
MayaData and OpenEBS, its open source container storage software, are now part of DataCore Software's portfolio following a joint venture between the companies last year.
Infosec expert Tarah Wheeler said increasing international conflicts are posing new compliance and regulatory standards, but adapting the changes may be difficult for enterprises.
Security player has bolstered channel efforts to put itself in a good position to mop up market share
Loop lets teams track project status while editing documents in a single app. The Microsoft 365 software works with Word, PowerPoint and Excel document snippets.
A new Starburst Enterprise release brings in new capabilities to help organizations use the Trino SQL query engine to analyze data stored on premises and in the cloud.
The data observability platform vendor's new platform enables enterprises to use AIOps and automation to find anomalies with their IT system, report them and head off widespread problems.
Subpostmaster campaign group founder calls for members to withdraw support for public inquiry into Horizon IT scandal over lack of adequate compensation
The pandemic accelerated cloud adoption, but staffing shortages could stall projects without the help of third-party providers; more IT channel news.
The U.S. infrastructure bill intends to close the digital divide with $65 billion in new spending. But it may still leave the U.S. behind China and Europe in high-speed internet access.
Digital Shadows observed increased chatter on dark web forums about the possible emergence of a new business model that would rent out zero-day exploits as a service.
The U.S. China commission recommended that businesses be transparent about their Chinese operations as both companies and Congress face tough policy and regulatory hurdles.
Cisco product orders were up 33% in its most recent fiscal quarter. Supply chain issues, rising prices and historic backlog could threaten that growth's longevity.