IBM Watson Health assets acquired by Francisco Partners include extensive data sets and software, marking an end to IBM's efforts in the healthcare tech industry.
Revenues from cyber security products and services reached $9.85bn in 2021 thanks to rapid digitalisation and regulatory attention on data and privacy
Airport has implemented a full spread of Oracle Cloud Applications, including ERP and HCM, as it looks to recover from the pandemic
Old software is among the main reasons behind the pension errors affecting 134,000 people, says a House of Commons committee report
Channel player reveals revenue growth that exceeded expectations as it shares some pre-close details ahead of full-year numbers later this quarter
With enterprises across the world looking to become more sustainable and environmentally friendly, Gartner claims carbon emissions data will become a key factor in the cloud purchasing decisions of IT buyers by 2025
Senior judges said today that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can petition the Supreme Court to decide whether to hear an appeal against his extradition to the US
A DCMS select committee has warned that the Online Safety Bill should be expanded to cover more types of harmful content, such as child abuse material designed to circumvent content removal
MSP player Datto recently made a security acquisition, and its boss outlines the rationale for the move and restates the need for service players to deliver better protection
The latest Windows 11 developer build lets people use Voice Access to type characters, add emojis and select text without touching a keyboard or mouse.
What is described as a world-leading citizen data platform propels China’s technical heart as the leading connected conurbation
The chip vendor's new wireless SoC aims to bring AI and machine learning to the IoT. The systems also use the Matter IP-based protocol to wirelessly connect devices.
The tech giant will use its new AI Research Supercluster internally for NLP and computer vision and to build new technologies for the metaverse.
ITSM tools, DevOps platforms and value stream management are converging amid an enterprise move away from IT projects and toward a strategic product mindset.
Monero is known for being one of the most common cryptocurrencies seen in illicit transactions, but its development community paints a different picture of the privacy coin.
Retail relies on third-party data sources to drive business decisions and competitive pricing, but many struggle to pull in this data
Research finds need for greater investment in advanced, full-fibre broadband networks is essential to closing a digital divide among global broadband users
Research from leading analyst and software-based networking technology provider Dell’Oro Group reveals growing progress in Open RAN arena with further acceleration over the next five years
A group of subpostmasters excluded from fair compensation in the Horizon scandal is to meet government department to discuss their demands
Twitter will double its engineering workforce in Singapore by 2023, as part of its regional expansion plans
Businesses, academics and trade bodies convene to help the UK seize data-sharing opportunities
Users’ need for help connecting legacy technology with digital ambitions is an area where partners can play a role
Two UK independent broadband providers announce full-fibre network offers aimed at allowing businesses to reach potential through supporting both on-premise and hybrid modes of work
Multi-pronged government security strategy is designed to protect both core systems and public services
Australia-based global operator and comms tech provider extend long-standing business relationship with first deployment of dedicated next-generation 5G network at agriculture and manufacturing firm
NCSC implements a thorough revision of its Cyber Essentials scheme to reflect the changing security landscape
Research paper from UK university cautions that received wisdom of sustainability associated with next-generation mobile technology is not currently backed up by a strong, publicly available, fully transparent evidence base
IBM revenue for its hybrid cloud business showed little indication of slowing down, with the company reporting sales of $6.2 billion for the fourth quarter and $20 billion for 2021.
A ransomware attack in early January disrupted government systems in New Mexico's largest county, which stalled operations at county offices and the county detention center.
Negotiations of the long-awaited Nvidia acquisition of Arm Ltd. have come to a halt with rumors of Nvidia telling partners they can't come to agreement on a deal.
Sophos threat researcher Chet Wisniewski detailed the unexpectedly limited impact Log4Shell had on organizations but warned of future exploitation and risks.
Juniper Networks has announced routers and a line card to take advantage of the more scalable, efficient Trio 6 ASIC. It also announced a higher-throughput Express 5 ASIC.
The vendor is raising new money as demand for cloud data platform technology continues to grow as enterprises look to improve business intelligence and data analytics.
The agency requires photo identification for certain services using a face match system from digital ID vendor ID.me, but privacy advocates say the technology is prone to bias.
Topics, a replacement for browser tracking cookies, is Google's latest idea to preserve browser privacy while preserving the value of its digital ad platform.
UK mobile operator gives notice that it will begin to retire its legacy network in a year’s time, with 4G and 5G networks to get coverage and speed boost from repurposing of 3G spectrum
Big Blue continues its journey to rebuild its business around hybrid cloud platforms, software infrastructure and consulting services
The graph database technology supplier is approaching the region with a solution-based strategy and partnering with universities to grow local capabilities
Fujitsu cannot hide away as taxpayers pick up the bill for the Post Office scandal triggered by its IT system, say peers
Study from edge-to-cloud networking provider reveals digital transformation in the post-pandemic era is drawing IT leaders towards network models that are more agile and adaptable
Professional services firm EY is launching a Neuro-Diverse Centre of Excellence in the UK to create a perfect working environment for neuro-diverse tech innovators
Channel player gets another five-year contract worth £91m to continue to work with the government’s tax department
Aerospace engineers, led by space environmentalist Moriba Jah, at The University of Texas at Austin have built a graph database, AstriaGraph, to track space junk that is a threat to life on Earth
Partners will develop and deploy test of open radio access network system to enhance mobile broadband experience
The merger between the GitOps platform company and a policy-as-code startup amounts to a bet that declarative code is about to become the new standard for IT management.
Proposed bill mandates tighter protections for connected products, and adds new rules for broadband roll-out into the bargain
Security vendor has been working for three years to grow its managed service base and the results show those efforts have reaped rewards
Qualys researchers share intel on a memory corruption vulnerability in a program installed by default on every major Linux distribution
The CVSS vulnerability scale doesn't always give a clear picture of the risk of a vulnerability, but experts hope the emerging standard called EPSS will provide more clarity.
PCIe 5.0 will offer bandwidth up to 128GBps per drive. We look at what’s available and when, including in the new EDSFF form factor, as well as looking forward to PCIe gen 6
Security experts have been poring over the WhisperGate malware with which alleged Russia-backed entities targeted Ukrainian government websites
Employers in New York City will soon be required to include wage ranges in job postings. It may apply to firms that are hiring remote workers in the city.
Acumatica highlighted customer stories of digital transformation, the vendor's industry-focused acquisitions and its commitment to sustainability at Acumatica Summit 2022.
The latest release of open source Kafka data streaming technology brings a series of new features that provide users with usability improvements for real-time data queries.
In addition to DeadBolt, QNAP NAS users have had to deal with multiple types of ransomware in recent months, including Qlocker and eCh0raix.
New patterns for selling -- salespeople travel less and use more digital channels to meet with customers -- drive new map features for Salesforce Sales Cloud.
Meta will allow businesses to send Workplace announcements over WhatsApp this year. The integration lets HQs use a popular consumer app to communicate with frontline workers.
New Zealand community housing provider is rolling out sensors and analytics software to track the air quality of its premises
Having delivered its first orders 20 years ago, Ocado is now reinventing the business process for online grocery delivery
UK’s largest independent network provider aims to bring much-awaited gigabit connectivity to Reading and Slough areas
Imperial College London is embarking on a three-year project with an Abu Dhabi-based group of researchers to find ways for datacentre operators and cloud providers to secure their infrastructure
After opening next-generation mobile laboratory in Antwerp, inviting companies to discover, test and develop innovative use cases on standalone network technology, telco signs up Wallonia tech hub as customer
Surge in UK consumers changing current account providers is a sign that digital banking services are eating into the traditional sector
Prompt and professional community response to the Log4Shell disclosure means the dangerous and widespread vulnerability has not been exploited to the extent many had feared
Streaming data is at the foundation of a new smart 5G service from Dish Network, where enterprises build applications that directly benefit and customize the network platform.
Company’s CEO sees a role for Microsoft that takes the metaverse beyond gaming and into the business sphere
Barclaycard customers have increased their contactless card spending by 40% with most of their card payments using the technology
Microsoft details a new multi-stage phishing campaign that only affects victims without multifactor authentication in place
Projects have been delayed over the past six months because of a lack of appropriate skills, with half of managers unable to find the workers with the necessary tech skills, survey finds
Apple released a series of security updates for bugs that included a critical zero-day vulnerability in iOS and macOS that is being actively exploited in the wild.
SAP has announced a 2% rise in full-year 2021 revenue, to just under €28bn, while S/4 Hana customer base increased by 18% to 18,800
Quantum platform-as-a-service provider joins government’s programme to drive diversity in comms technology supply with the aim of integrating a novel quantum encryption service to enable security by default
UK Spectrum Policy Forum and Ofcom makes call for mobile spectrum sharing to be a policy priority as demand is expected to increase in the coming years
At Inforum 2022, Infor touted its Infor Marketplace as complementing and furthering the industry functionality of its CloudSuite ERP products.
Automated scalability is a key theme for the latest set of update features that Google is landing in its cloud managed NoSQL database service, providing users with more capacity.
CrowdStrike has tracked the latest threat activity and novel techniques from the SolarWinds hackers, a Russian state-sponsored group known as Cozy Bear.
The National Cyber Security Centre is urging UK organisations to take steps to bolster their cyber security resilience in response to the ongoing Ukraine crisis
Business communications services and products provider announces partnership with digital transformation firm to power predictive analytics solutions with private 5G multi-access edge computing for businesses, in particular those working in transport, industrials, logistics and manufacturing
Brain-controlled smart assistants, disease-detecting mirrors and digitally connected trees to become mainstream by 2030, by when the average person will interact with smart devices 4,800 times a day, claims study
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is moving its on-premise patient data system to the Microsoft Azure public cloud
Football club sets out to transform the fan experience and increase its capability to deliver low-latency and secure digital services via fast and reliable Wi-Fi connectivity
Experts from the Gwangju Institute of Science have built a digital security device based on natural silk fibres that they claim is practically unbreachable
Divestment strategy continues with sale of software and services player as Capita prunes its portfolio
Organisations are struggling to fill both legal and technical privacy roles, with potentially damaging consequences, according to a report
After a difficult 2021, the boss of IT software provider Kaseya is looking to make this a year that will be remembered for the right reasons
What next for Mike Lynch as judge rules that HP has ‘substantially succeeded’ in its complaint against him
A quantum-inspired algorithm has been used to help Nasa’s Jet Propulsion Lab schedule its Deep Space Network comms system
SAP Q4 2021 cloud earnings were strong, and the company added to its portfolio by acquiring Taulia for cash management and investing in intelligent contract firm Icertis.
The strategic relationship aims to speed up process improvement, embedding Celonis' technology in Accenture offerings such as MyConcerto and SynOps; other IT channel news.
Cisco's SD-WAN Cloud OnRamp integration with Webex brings the number of supported cloud platforms and SaaS applications to 14. Cisco plans to add automation to Cloud OnRamp next.
Zoom wants virtual events to feel more like in-person sessions. The company's 2D virtual show floor, Expo, aims to re-create that sense of presence for remote attendees.