India plans to invest $1bn over the next five years to advance its capabilities in quantum technology, but it will need to have a tailored approach and to address the skills gap to succeed
New internet-of-things technology is designed to converge hardware stacks and common software frameworks to produce optimised insights for enterprise users in real-world IoT initiatives
Majors and altnets hit the accelerator in gigabit connectivity roll-out in the UK, but survey reveals big discrepancy between the country’s best and worst fibre-enabled locations
Consolidation in the channel continues with SCC adding more depth to its software services position
A roundup of some of the personnel changes in the past working week includes some senior appointments
Joint venture between satellite operator SES and Indian mobile network operator Jio aims to extend network reach and resiliency by using satellites in geostationary and medium Earth orbits, including O3b mPOWER
Salesforce launches new cloud to aggregate COVID-19 testing and vaccine information for users hosting customer and employee events, with more to follow later in 2022.
Mississippi State University's Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems selected Quantum Corp.'s R-Series SSDs to collect sensor data at the edge.
Responding to demands to modernize mainframe environments, IBM delivered its Z as a service and a new software stack that brings mainframes and hybrid clouds closer together.
Russian authorities recently announced more than a dozen arrests of alleged REvil members, heightening concern among ransomware affiliates on the dark web.
Elastic is updating its flagship platform with a major release that adds enhanced vector search and natural language processing capabilities to improve data query results.
CISA said in its advisory that 'there are not currently any specific credible threats to the U.S. homeland,' but cited past Russian cyber attacks against Ukraine and others.
While recent law enforcement action may be altering the ransomware landscape, BlackBerry researchers observed high-profile attacks on critical infrastructure last year.
The cloud data vendor's new set of capabilities for financial services customers is its second industry-specific lakehouse after it launched one for retail users in January.
Threat actors linked to China are emerging as a significant force in the weaponisation of newly discovered CVEs
Public sector organisations in Australia are facing organisational and technological challenges in driving back-office innovation and digital-first strategies, new study finds
Banking group announces more branch closures as part of its digital transformation, but promises that no customers will be left behind
The CrowdStrike '2022 Global Threat Report' said attackers are getting better at exploiting vulnerabilities and moving through compromised networks before defenders can spot them.
Newly designated cyber criminal group favours highly specific lures and a tried-and-tested modus operandi to compromise targets in the aviation, aerospace and transport sectors
Leading UK operator taps IT giant for cloud-native network policy solution to help accelerate new 5G services and get 5G offerings into the hands of customers more quickly
Provider of cloud-managed and hardware-accelerated – formerly ‘cloud-defined’ – storage makes further moves towards its smartInfrastructure vision, with Terraform support coming
The emergence on the dark web of passports, payslips and other personal documents belonging to contractors affected by the cyber attack and subsequent data breach at Parasol is prompting group actions and forcing some IT contractors to find out for themselves if their data has been compromised
BNPL finance providers have agreed to make their contracts with consumers fairer, amid concerns
Personal data on members of The Internet Society was exposed after a supplier failed to secure its Azure storage
Nutanix has slimmed down its portfolio by repackaging its HCI and cloud platforms to include support for VMs and containers in private data centers and public clouds.
In its 10th launch since December 2020, satellite broadband company brings total in-orbit constellation to 428 satellites, two-thirds of planned LEO satellite fleet that will deliver high-speed, low-latency global connectivity
Managed services provider and educational player release updates around the progress made in the last fiscal year
Research from Virgin Media O2 suggests 2022 will be the year when working from anywhere becomes a reality for businesses across the UK
Multi-supplier project to explore valuable commercial opportunities of 5G technologies announces successful trial at a live football match
In its latest software update, Retrospect Backup updates with more precise capabilities, including cyber-attack visibility features and enhancements for Azure Blob storage.
5G is now a reality, but how to make money from it remains a question. Research unearths insights that could offer direction on the specific industries in which to make returns on investment in next-generation networks
People running VMware’s virtual desktop on Samsung’s smartphones and tablets can access Windows on both the device and an attached monitor to increase productivity.
Until COVID-19, use of ethics hotlines was on the rise over the last decade. But that may have more to do with changes in workplace practices than an increase in ethical breaches.
The open source-based InfluxDB platform is adding capabilities to better handle data coming from industrial sensors and devices that enable organizations to optimize operations.
Juniper has acquired zero-trust security company WiteSand. The startup's cloud-native technology could find a home in Juniper's Mist and SASE platforms.
Despite resistance, government agencies and private companies continue to use the technology. A key issue is whether people are informed about how their information will be used.
A new type of attack that utilizes the Squirrelwaffle malware and business email compromise may be an issue for organizations that have not patched their Exchange servers.
As talk of multi-cloud management gives way to distributed cloud, which also ties in edge computing, F5 bundles application security services to expand its appeal to enterprises.
Datacentre resiliency think-tank is launching a programme to help financial services organisations reduce the risk of outages happening within their hybrid infrastructure setups
Recently merged operator’s 5G coverage in UK metropolitan area extends to over two-thirds of population coverage and company commits to reaching half of the UK’s population in 2023
StorCentric backup software brand allows customer fine-tuning of anomaly detection in struggle against ransomware, and adds immutable copies via object locking in Azure
The Cloud Security Alliance has published a report detailing practices that organisations can adopt to bridge the gap between compliance and software development and operations
In October 2020, Microsoft reported that more than 90% of Trickbot's infrastructure had been disabled. The threat actor bounced back and began thriving soon after.
Ransomware gang is trying to offload 1.6TB of data stolen from aviation services firm
A further wave of cyber attacks has taken place against targets in Ukraine amid heightened tension in the region
Power tech firm brings 5G connectivity to mission-critical industrial and utility operations, deploying routers to enable a hybrid wireless network described as fast, secure and reliable
Recently installed regional director for UK and Ireland will be tasked with growing sales via the security player’s channel base
Leading operator, cloud-native Open RAN company and AI-driven networks provider team on software-driven architecture project to showcase route to enhanced mobile business opportunities and critical user experiences
European Commission puts forward a plan for an EU space-based secure communication system designed to ensure long-term availability of worldwide uninterrupted access to secure and cost-effective satellite connectivity services
Certain non-default configurations of the Apache Cassandra database software could leave the door open for remote code execution attacks, according to JFrog researchers.
A pilot to share labour data across government departments aims to develop a safe framework for collaboration and to improve policy-making
Employees at both public and private sector organizations had their data compromised during a December ransomware attack on Kronos that also took down payroll systems.
Intel continues its aggressive push in the processor market by purchasing Tower Semiconductor, which makes chips for a variety of consumer and industrial products.
The open source graph database vendor released a new version of its platform with new features to enable users to better deal with the challenges of growing data workloads.
Microsoft's upcoming integration will add Teams' collaboration capabilities to the Outlook email client. The update should save time for corporate workers.
As part of its Spring '22 Release, the CRM giant added three new tools powered by the analytics vendor's augmented intelligence capabilities.
HR tech spending is rising, thanks to the 'Great Resignation,' and a need to invest in automation technologies such as chatbots and RPA to handle increasing workloads.
The Future of Tech Commission wants the federal government to initiate a coordinated effort to address issues like data privacy and competition.
Total revenue generated by the UK’s cyber sector was up 14% last year, and UK-registered security firms raised over £1bn in investment
MPs have called for the government to urgently provide fair compensation to a group of victims of the Post Office Horizon scandal who have so far been left out of compensation schemes
TNT Surveillance’s technology is being deployed by bus and port operators to reduce driver fatigue and prevent accidents using cameras and radar sensors
Predictive agricultural technology provider to integrate satellite-based internet of things connectivity into core platform for global, 24/7 data collection
The International Committee of the Red Cross now believes the January 2022 attack on its systems to have been the work of an undisclosed nation state
While 2021 represented a turning point for law enforcement and government action against ransomware, SonicWall still observed massive growth in attacks.
Earnings call for Nvidia’s fourth-quarter results offers a leading indicator of where the application of artificial intelligence may be heading
H2O Hydrogen Torch can be used in healthcare, HR and customer experience settings. Users can make models for image, video and natural language processing applications.
As cord-cutters give rise to streaming services' popularity, Salesforce and AWS partner to capitalize on each other's strengths: Video hosting and a customer data platform.
Study finds more than half of enterprises plan to invest in 5G within three years and many are drawn to private networks, but confidence around implementation appears to stall
Research reveals hybrid working world unified communications and collaboration now seen as improving productivity, but challenge exists for organisations managing UCC at scale to provision users across multiple apps and communications platforms
Report from communications regulator warns that amid rising cost of services, millions of low-income families in the UK are missing out on a £144 annual broadband saving
The CTO of a major blockchain group provides insight into the growing effort to build open source blockchain technologies for enterprises, though challenges remain.
The latest Windows 11 update lets video conference participants use the taskbar to mute and unmute audio and share content without opening the Teams app.
Acquiring Kryon enables Nintex to expand its scale. Robotic process automation is important for enterprises seeking digital transformation in their business.
Akamai's $900 million acquisition of IaaS vendor Linode would add a distributed computing platform to Akamai's content delivery network. The deal is expected to close this quarter.
Ecosystem players are maneuvering for business opportunities at the intersection of high-growth technology and legacy systems; other IT channel news.
Analysts say the acquisition of Fugue will give Snyk an opportunity to build a presence in the cloud security market and strengthen its infrastructure-as-code capabilities.
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, many workplaces have shifted to virtual meeting platforms, and the FBI warned that threat actors have taken note.
Gina Raimondo, the U.S. Department of Commerce secretary, is urging HR managers to adopt skills-based training and reduce their reliance on college degrees.
Microsoft and Meta have introduced personal space in their virtual worlds to combat the downside of virtual reality, sexual harassment and other bad behavior.
Victims of the Post Office Horizon scandal have been suffering in silence for many years, but the current public inquiry is giving them a voice, and people are listening
Covid-19 has accelerated adoption of telehealth services in India as more healthcare providers look to offer medical treatment and assistance without risking infections
Enterprise open search company Elastic has succeeded in getting Amazon to stop using the name Elasticsearch to describe its distributed search and analytics product
The insurer and Auto Windscreens owner is using cloud-based virtual desktops to ease acquisitions and support home working during the pandemic – and its IT chief has a growing range of projects on the go
Just weeks after claiming to have taken a huge competitive step in the UK broadband market by hitting its target of gigabit capability to all its customers, operator looks for financing to fuel further growth
A surge in Trickbot infections is targeting some of the world’s most prominent brands, but UK organisations seem thankfully unaffected
Lawyers from seven countries say it is impossible for their clients to challenge the accuracy, authenticity, reliability and legality of the evidence against them
As the Winter Olympics in Beijing draw to a close, the organisers lift the lid on the role Alibaba’s cloud technology has played in broadcasting the event to audiences across the globe
Slow start to the year with minimal growth for online sales as pandemic drop-off has more people heading back to the highstreet
Pre-MWC briefing sees Swedish comms tech leader introduce new radio access network technology led by the flagship dual-band antenna, said to consume 25% less power than current product
Comms technology provider and IT infrastructure services company form partnership to focus on flexible, reliable and secure LTE and 5G private wireless connectivity services for enterprise customers