The wide-ranging deal covers Google’s equity investment in Airtel, as well as efforts to spur cloud adoption and lower barriers to smartphone ownership
Shanghai trial claimed to achieve new 5G standalone speed record of almost 3Gbps in downlink throughput
Data on 4,142 children of serving armed forces personnel was exposed in a data breach at the Ministry of Defence
The technology sector in England and Wales posted more job vacancies in 2021 than the entirety of British businesses did in 2020
As 5G flourishes across Asia-Pacific, analyst finds Chinese telecoms equipment and services giant is defying bans on its technology to claim leadership in 5G radio access networks
The regular catch-up on personnel moves highlights quite a few senior changes
Tech companies represented 29% of all UK initial public offerings last year, raising a record $6.6bn
Open RAN comms technology proponent and provider swoops for mobile network tech supplier to enhance its 5G product portfolio and customer support capability
Cloud-defined storage allows customers to build private clouds on-site, with pools of storage built from commodity hardware, Nebulon PCIe cards and its browser-based console
A private equity consortium acquiring Citrix will merge it with business intelligence vendor Tibco to add data analytics into Citrix Workspace. The deal is set to close this year.
HP looks within the company for its next country channel head as it aims towards further growth to be generated across its partner base
The combination will join the analytics vendor's capabilities with a digital workspace and app delivery platform used by 98% of the Fortune 500. The deal is worth $16.5 billion.
Wayfinding tools, which make use of apps, maps, electronic signage and wireless tech, are being targeted by HR for hybrid offices. The capability may include employee tracking.
Emsisoft's DeadBolt ransomware decryption tool fixes broken decryptor keys issued by threat actors, and works only if the victim has paid the ransom and received a key.
Ukrainian software company MobiDev is ready should the Russia conflict worsen. Nearly 70% of MobiDev's clients are U.S. companies.
The tech giant continues to add functionality to its BI platform, recently including a feature that will enable Premium users to run reports with only the freshest data.
Machine learning algorithms are being used to automate some aspects of enterprise IT operations, but the original goal of advanced self-healing systems is still a long way off.
The formerly independent analytics vendor hopes to expand its customer base by getting acquired, while its app development tools made it attractive to its new parent company.
Further momentum in UK full-fibre broadband market sees leading ISP entering into a multi-year agreement with subsidiary of Wesco International, to support the expansion of gigabit connectivity delivery across the UK
Newly published data reveals a significant uptick in cyber attacks against the financial services sector during the third quarter of 2021
Vista, the investment firm backing enterprise software business, has acquired Citrix to flesh out its hybrid work portfolio
Swedish power tool maker expands its contract with Indian IT service provider as it continues on its digital journey
Campaign group Liberty is taking legal action against the Met over its use of the Gangs Matrix, claiming it is driven by racial stereotypes and disproportionately affects people from black and minority ethnic backgrounds
UK-based provider of fresh prepared food selects software-defined wide area network technology from growing connectivity provider to improve resilience and continue its digital transformation.
Global telco announces what it says is the largest 5G network deployment plan on the 700 MHz frequency band in Spain
Cyber attack against Germany’s Oiltanking, a major fuel logistics company, affects 13 distribution terminals across Germany, in an incident with echoes of last year’s hit on Colonial Pipeline
Global nanosatellite internet-of-things network provider switches on service that it says will redefine the boundaries of IoT, enabling all businesses to benefit in any location
The government has named the first CEO of the UK’s Advanced Research and Invention Agency
Check Point’s latest acquisition of Israel-based startup Spectral expands its developer-centric security toolset
Distributor joins the Global Technology Distribution Council, an organisation dedicated to promoting the value of members
OEMs, enterprises and municipalities set to lead the charge in spend on devices allowing connectivity to be intelligently packaged for sale to IoT customers
In this Q&A, CEO Anand Babu Periasamy and CMO Jonathan Symonds talk about how multi-cloud has positioned MinIO to become a player in the object storage market.
After running the private company for more than 30 years, David and Eran Farajun will turn day-to-day leadership of Asigra over to a newly hired team of executives.
Ransomware this year has picked up right where 2021 left off, with several local governments, schools and health services across the U.S. suffering attacks.
As cloud database-as-a-service demand grows, the open source-based relational database vendor is looking to go public, a decade after it was first forked from the MySQL database.
NVMe-oF startup Pavilion Data completed a series C1 funding with an additional $45 million, while keeping its focus on helping customers tackle modern workloads.
Cato Networks has added CASB app visibility and enforcement capabilities to its growing SASE portfolio, and plans to add data loss prevention in the coming months.
Two security vendors are reporting a fresh wave of targeted attacks and malware outbreaks believed to be the work of Iranian state-sponsored threat groups.
Swedish furniture brand Ikea has plans to hire more than 150 tech and data workers across Europe in 2022
Parking space booking app JustPark claims shift in public cloud deployment strategy has reduced the system management overhead for its developers
Saudi Arabia announces $6.4bn investment in its tech sector as part of plans to diversify its economy
The British Council entrusted confidential data on its students to a third-party and was let down
Research from DataSolutions and Hoxton Macs underlines the risk of losing contracts and denying customers savings for those that fail to get to grips with sustainability
MPs on the Treasury Committee want the government to act quickly to reduce the amount of money being stolen through online fraud
Building society is improving its digital onboarding process through application programming interface-based technology from a US startup
The Treasury Committee is disappointed at progress towards tackling economic crime and fraud in both the online and offline worlds, and is calling for more action
IT leaders are keen to invest in zero-trust, but face issues around a lack of expertise, and selling the concept into the C-suite
Broadband industry criticises UK government for not living up to its promises as new connectivity goals announced
The longtime independent vendor is making application development and embedded BI priorities in order to enable data-driven decision-making in real time.
A fundamental element of the mechanism by which the advertising industry requests tracking consent from web users has been found in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation
Sophos discovered SolarMarker malware was being distributed through fake SEO-focused topics in Google Groups, as well as malicious PDF files.
LogMeIn becomes GoTo as it aims to appeal to small and medium-sized businesses with UCaaS and IT management that's available through a single application.
As Congress shifts to antitrust enforcement, the momentum behind creating a federal data privacy law is waning. The states, meanwhile, are adopting privacy laws.
One of the original creators of the Hudi project at Uber has launched a new company set to bring a managed service to market to operationalize cloud data lakes.
Taxpayers and privacy advocates continue to protest the move by the government agency. The agency may be rethinking its reliance on ID.me's biometric technology.
The growth will be led by growing demand for software-as-a-service offerings as Aussie firms look to tap cloud services in their digital transformation efforts
Conseil Constitutionnel to decide whether ‘defence secrecy’ over state EncroChat cryptophone hacking breaches French constitution
Communications software and services provider teams with leading comms tech provider to deliver end-to-end 4G and 5G private network solutions, speeding and simplifying the deployment of 5G-ready CBRS solutions to industries such as education, utilities, manufacturing, logistics, transportation and retail.
Mixed bag of growth in key European markets but global operator claims steady progress in third quarter of financial year, with IoT showing demand in flagship arena
Azure customers will be able to leverage existing Azure subscriptions in Singtel’s new MEC offering and use the Azure portal to deploy 5G applications at the edge
Consortium led by Accenture to build new payments infrastructure in the United Arab Emirates
Further acceleration in the field of open radio access networks as comms tech provider CommScope collaborates with Meta Connectivity to promote standard designs and interoperability testing across Open RAN ecosystem, while O-RAN-compliant software platform Parallel Wireless broadens partner roster
Supplies of Hula Hoops and many other snack brands are under threat after a ransomware attack on the systems of KP Snacks
Appointment of distributors across the region is seen as key for the storage software firm’s channel growth and business ambitions
Several weeks on from the suspected ransomware attack that blighted two of the umbrella industry’s biggest players, contractors are still chasing their missing money
BT’s trading update for the nine months to 31 December 2021 shows overall decline in revenues in global and enterprise, supply chain issues and rising costs, but Openreach full-fibre roll-out rockets
Preliminary reports from Germany’s national cyber authority indicate the recent OilTanking ransomware attack may have been the work of the BlackCat group
CloudFS customers can now replicate to a backup cloud instantly, enabling recovery in case of a cloud outage. New support for Microsoft Hyper-V hypervisor expands VM features.
Victims of the Post Office Horizon scandal are being denied the millions of pounds they are owed as the government delays compensation resolution
Box expands Slack integration to become Slack's content layer for Box users and add security for sharing documents; Dropbox joins AWS Partner Network.
Global spectrum organisation calls on Australia to set aside the full 1200MHz of available 6GHz spectrum for Wi-Fi applications under the country’s communications and media authority licensing framework
Gig economy workers in Europe could be entitled to more rights and better workplace protections under a directive proposed by the European Commission
Secure Edge, the as-a-service version of Juniper's SRX firewalls, is managed through the Security Director Cloud platform for SASE released last May.
In an industry that operates in anonymity, trust is everything -- but recent accusations of ransomware actors working with or being law enforcement is threatening that work model.
Unitrends gives SMBs and managed service providers local backup and recovery with its Ion appliance line. It also unveiled its Cyber Assurance Program for employee training.
The increase in spending on unified communications that happened over the pandemic is set to continue over the next year, according to research from Nuvias
Analysts at BI vendor MicroStrategy's virtual user conference said the combination of the two technologies could deliver insights that lead to action in real time.
Apple said it will work with Dropbox and Microsoft on the macOS 12.3 problem that prevented their file storage software from running correctly on the upcoming version of the OS.
After a threat actor made off with 120,000 wrapped Ethereum, Wormhole said the stolen cryptocurrency had been 'restored,' but what that means remains in question.
The new initiative is one in a string of many by the Biden administration to push public and private collaboration in addressing cyber threats such as Log4j vulnerabilities.
Cisco has launched two Wi-Fi 6E APs and four switches to update campus networks and improve hybrid workplaces.
US operator rolls out 5G to support innovation and research at Pennsylvania State University and mobile edge computing at the Caltech Centre for Autonomous Systems and Technologies
AWS closes out its financial year with another quarter of strong revenue growth, while its parent company, Amazon.com, reports a more downbeat performance
From Denmark to Finland: Helsinki’s women in tech are introduced to Tech Nordic Advocates’ International Mentoring Programme
Check Point is shoring up its sales force and partner ecosystem to address the cyber security needs of small and mid-sized businesses in a region that is highly targeted by threat actors
Following a cyber attack on distribution facilities in Germany, more incidents have been reported in Belgium and the Netherlands, but it is too early to necessarily draw a link between them
Potential tough times ahead for Wi-Fi 6E, but digital transformation initiatives have been accelerated by the pandemic, spurring new network requirements and putting pressure on IT managers to upgrade their networks
Retail giant Amazon will be on the lookout for more than 1,000 UK apprentices this year, adding to the thousands of new hires it made in 2021
Fourth quarter of 2021 saw records broken as customers continued to shift more of their operations to the cloud
Comms and collaboration technology services giant introduces new technologies to help businesses rapidly scale networks and digitise operations
The technology ticks sustainability boxes but, unlike some of direct cartridge offerings, enables the partner to keep the relationship going with the user
New cloud-based comms platform set to enable UK operator’s mobility and 5G capabilities to give customers more choice, flexibility and simplicity in workforce collaboration and remote working
Cloud and container-based protection were among the keys that helped Kasten, Veeam and Commvault hit major revenue increases. Security is a major focus for these vendors in 2022.
Promising technology combinations and a consolidated partner program are among the potential pluses of the pending Citrix-Tibco merger; other IT channel news.
Zoom will look to stand out in a competitive market by improving hybrid meetings. The company hopes upcoming features will bridge the divide between remote and in-person attendees.