Remote browser isolation can help to mitigate browser-based attacks by separating a user’s browsing activity from the device
Datacentre being built to serve ‘metaverse’ worlds would consume nearly half as much energy as all other datacentres in the country
Fujitsu has won two huge government IT contracts, worth over £400m, while taxpayers face footing the massive bill for the Post Office scandal caused by its software
Chip giant will incorporate Arriver’s Computer Vision, Drive Policy and Driver Assistance assets into its Snapdragon Ride Platform portfolio of high-performance central compute and vision systems
Global connectivity and ICT service provider launches multi-supplier software-defined wide area network to create what it says will be a bespoke networking service for enterprises across the Middle East and North Africa
Kyndryl's large-scale, multi-cloud technology deal with refinery operator Motiva Enterprises underscores a broader industry trend; other IT channel news.
More and more functionality, from security to cost management, is now packed into DevOps pipelines -- but if done improperly, "shift left" can create more problems than it solves.
Cryptocurrency wallet maker Trezor revealed phishing attacks against its customers that stemmed from a breach at Mailchimp, which the email marketing firm later confirmed.
Study finds over half of IT professionals in Australia and New Zealand received higher salaries last year, while flexible work arrangements are fast becoming the norm
New addition to Z series mainframe family uses IBM Telum processor to accelerate AI for real-time credit card fraud detection
AWS is lending its cloud expertise to UCL’s startup accelerator programme, which is geared towards helping health and education organisations address global health issues
Self-described ‘transformative Web3 connectivity company’ lands contract with sports betting and gaming giant to deploy global relay network with its decentralised autonomous routing protocol to connect global datacentres
Nearly one year on from its deployment, HPE shares details of some of the successful experiments its space-based supercomputer has been involved with
The Saudi Arabian IT and communications sector is recovering strongly from the Covid-19 pandemic
The bank that emerged from peer-to-peer lending pioneer has hit its first profit after 21 months of operation
Distributor Nuvias shares its latest research into the state of the UK channel, with mixed views around hybrid working
Channel player shares FY21 numbers and underlines the progress made by its recently installed CEO to reshape the business
Unlike its namesake, the newly discovered Borat malware won’t raise a smile for IT security pros
The London Stock Exchange Group is gearing up to shutter its primary City of London datacentre by the end of August 2022, while work continues on building out its new facility
Looking to compete with AI-based supercomputer vendors, IBM unveiled a Z mainframe armed with new AI features and security that deflects attacks launched from quantum computers.
A small number of The Works’ bricks-and-mortar stores were forced to close amid a cyber attack of an undisclosed nature
France’s constitutional court, the Conseil Constitutionnel, has heard arguments that the use of ‘defence secrecy’ to withhold information about police surveillance operations breaches the French constitution
Network software provider becomes Vodafone’s strategic 5G Core supplier in Portugal, enabling speeds of more than 1 Gbps in 5G Non-Standalone configuration based on Open RAN
The Conti ransomware gang gained recent notoriety for publicly backing Russia in its invasion of Ukraine. An anonymous researcher then leaked massive amounts of internal Conti data.
The James Webb Space Telescope was the inspiration behind a NASA challenge which uses an IoT device based around folded paper
New SD-WAN developed for facilities management services provider as it works with Ministry of Defence to support applications ensuring secure connection to public and private cloud
Alternative network provider brsk gets brisk with gigabit deployment in West Yorkshire, Lancashire and South Manchester regions, while CityFibre makes next stage of £43m buildout in key southern location
Finnish tech entrepreneurs will be taking the stage at the World Economic Forum to tell the world about the role of trust in Finnish startup success
In March, ransomware reports and disclosures showed a variety of victims, from public schools and county governments to financial services firms and large enterprises.
Alex Gallego, founder and CEO of Redpanda, discusses why his company acquired Kafka user interface vendor CloudHut, as organizations deal with the challenges of real-time data.
Police in Germany raided facilities hosting the infamous Hydra Market site as part of an international effort to crack down on dark web forums and marketplaces.
The White House's proposed federal budget for 2023 seeks to create an enterprise-wide HR system, as well as improve its ability to recruit for an expanding federal workforce.
A New Relic observability update this week reflects the crucial role of SREs in microservices architecture, and there are plans to align with the firm's DevSecOps ambitions.
Databricks is looking to make it easier for users to build data pipelines to extract, transform and load data from any source using a Spark SQL data query.
Microsoft has aimed its latest Windows 11 features at helping IT staff automate updates, secure corporate data and assist workers remotely.
As part of a project the tech giant is calling Big BI, Google is unifying the analytics vendor's capabilities with those of Data Studio and Connected Sheets.
Less than a third of IT professionals in Southeast Asia plan to stay in their current jobs despite earning more this year, study finds
Less than 12 months on from the announcement that Vodafone had signed a six-year strategic cloud deal with Google, the firm lifts the lid on how the technology tie-up is making its business more efficient
HMRC confirmed, in the lead up to the IR35 reforms coming into force in the private sector in April 2021, that it would be taking a ‘light-touch’ approach to enforcing the rules for 12 months. And that grace period ends today
Many IT workers now have the flexibility to work from wherever they want, according to Computer Weekly’s salary survey
The seizure of the Hydra dark web marketplace is a positive development in the fight against cyber crime, but will only be a temporary setback for determined criminals
The newly discovered Denonia malware appears to be custom designed to target AWS Lambda environments, and may be the first of its kind
Cloud giant claims the largest commercial procurement of launch vehicles in history with agreements to provide heavy-lift capacity for Project Kuiper to deploy most of its low Earth orbit constellation of 3,236 satellites
Using quantum computing to solve complex non-linear differential equations offers a way to speed up digital-twin simulations
Satellite-direct-to-phone telecoms company announces the successful launch of what it says is the world’s first commercial-ready cell-tower-in-space, helping to solve the world’s ‘0G problem’ and enabling its subscribers to connect everywhere
MongoDB is continuing to grow its multimodel database capabilities, adding the ability to help users with gap filling for missing data sets, in the new 5.3 release.
As a result of the StorageCraft outage, some of the vendor's DRaaS users lost the ability to fail over. Having a local backup is one method of protection against cloud outages.
Apple patched two zero-days in macOS Monterey last week, but did not address the same issue in Catalina or Big Sur, raising questions
Telco’s digital transformation subsidiary, with a business focus on the German market, announces participation in the Intelligent Empowerment of Construction Industry research project
Employers are increasingly looking for software developers with soft skills, including time management and the ability to work on a team.
MemVerge and Liqid combined software with Intel Optane to make composable memory pools that can do today what the CXL standard will do in the future.
Salesforce partners with Genesys, Google for telephony; adds AWS Contact Lens natively, among a raft of new features. Some are available now; some are coming in Summer '22 release.
AMD's $1.9 billion acquisition of Pensando would hand the chipmaker a DPU that leans toward providing distributed network services within large enterprises' private clouds.
The Conti ransomware gang runs largely on elbow grease, according to Akamai security researchers who analyzed the group's training materials and operating policies.
Google is continuing to build out its cloud data services with a new approach that will serve as a central cloud service for unifying data across different clouds and formats.
CIOs can expect a rate hike as service providers offer their employees more competitive salaries amid talent shortages, higher attrition and soaring utilization rates.
The latest action follows a string of sanctions imposed during the past year against cryptocurrency exchanges operating out of Russia.
For Arista's new Cognitive Unified Edge product to succeed, the company will have to nurture midmarket channel partners.
GovernML helps enterprises determine policies surrounding responsible and ethical AI. It also helps enterprises determine their risk management policies.
The higher investments in AI will be led by the region’s banking industry which is harnessing AI systems to mitigate risks and detect fraud
Secure digital radio managed service from critical digital infrastructure technology specialist designed to deliver increased flexibility and performance to support leading regional bus provider’s operations
European IT and business process outsourcing services continue to increase rapidly, with cloud-based services now more than half of the total
Novel means to advance national gigabit connectivity roll-out sees Yorkshire test of full-fibre broadband deployment via drinking water mains
Amazon warehouse workers in Staten Island, New York, have successfully formed the first union at the company, with organisers pledging to help their colleagues across the US do the same
Government secrecy and trend for departments to block Freedom of Information requests pose a long-term risk to accountability
Swedish financial services regulator says banks and service providers should be able to integrate a potential digital currency into existing systems
Operation by US authorities has taken the Russia-attributed Cyclops Blink botnet ‘off the board’
The findings of an investigation into use of health data for research and analysis includes a number of proposals to improve innovation in the NHS
The FBI's operation copied and removed Cyclops Blink's malware from victims' systems that were used as command and control devices, severing Sandworm's control of the botnet.
Atlassian added analytics and new Atlas and Compass apps to orchestrate work among distributed teams, but some customers still seek deeper integrations between its cloud tools.
The Federal Trade Commission's antitrust case against Meta is relying on the argument that past acquisitions helped Meta maintain its dominance in the social media market.
Many enterprises have a tough time building fair and trustworthy models. Doing so could be profitable for enterprises, while not doing so could be catastrophic.
The new integrations will allow joint customers of the analytics vendor and the tech giant to access data assets while remaining in their everyday workflows.
While AI capabilities are now a must for BI vendors, it is becoming increasingly important that their capabilities fit into a larger ecosystem for users, according to Gartner.
Instaclustr is being acquired by NetApp in a bid to the help the vendor grow beyond its on-premises storage roots into the bustling market for cloud software as a service.
At the Ai4 Cybersecurity Summit, infosec professionals from CISA and the state of Tennessee discussed the promise and potential obstacles of AI for threat detection.
In an effort to help improve data workflow reliability, Monte Carlo is rolling out a new feature that can help organizations stop inaccurate data flows from affecting operations.
AirAsia is setting up a cloud centre of excellence with Google Cloud to shore up its super-app and build capabilities in site reliability engineering and machine learning operations
Catalan operator teams with Cellnex Telecom, Lenovo and Red.es to create a system designed to transform e-commerce in local shops by offering virtual users an immersive shopping experience
Operator’s Mobile Britain 2022 report reveals how nation is making the best of connectivity and reveals that 5G handset usage quadrupled in 2021 and use of its 5G network has increased by 385% since 2020
A US court has sentenced Denys Iarmak, who worked as a penetration tester for the FIN7 cyber crime group, to a five-year prison sentence
Constitutional court finds that invoking ‘defence secrecy’ to withhold information about the state hacking of EncroChat cryptophones is constitutional. Defence lawyers now head for the supreme court
Fortinet updated FortiOS with an inline sandbox and a cloud access security broker. Cato has added new network access controls to its SASE service.
Microsoft will make Windows 365 more like a local install of Windows by letting employees work offline and switch between their local desktops and Cloud PC.
A new work visa reform is heading to the U.S. House floor, following a key committee vote Wednesday. The bill phases out per-country caps on green cards.
Equinix Metal added more storage options with Dell PowerStore, as well as adding HCI with VxRail and data protection with Data Domain Virtual Edition.
Michael Brown, director of the Defense Innovation Unit, said the lack of an effective approach to adopting commercial technology is a 'glaring weakness' in modernizing the DOD.
SAP and BCG combine products to enable implementing sustainability programs around eliminating carbon emissions, reducing waste and tracking environmental, social and governance information.
A Ukrainian man has been sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted as one of the primary hackers behind the notorious Fin7 financial malware ring.