Network operator claims revolution in edge networking, planned to provide multi-services with simplicity and optimised connectivity built for agile, secure and high-capacity data transfer
Enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region are moving from their own datacentres into co-location facilities to reduce cost, improve efficiency and lower their carbon footprint
Collaboration specialist is working to a plan that will see revenues through partners increase significantly over the next few years
Raspberry Pi owners will no longer be able to use the default ‘pi’ username, as the Raspberry Pi Foundation clamps down on insecure practices
Mastercard is doubling its technology workforce in Dublin through a new European tech hub in the Irish capital
Latest part of Vodafone network modernisation programme to improve the 4G and 5G experience while retiring 3G networks sees next-generation mobile infrastructure deployed in towns and cities across the UK
Despite revenue improvements in the first quarter, there are a number of reasons why the hardware world is getting ready to navigate potentially choppy waters
A stored cross-site scripting vulnerability in the Directus platform could have enabled malicious actors to gain access to valuable data
Post-Brexit border IT system failure fixed after going down at the start of April, allowing traders to once again file customs documents electronically rather than by hand
Amazon is reportedly considering an employee monitoring tool that would block certain words, such as 'robots.' It may never happen, the company said, but it has spurred debate.
UK full-fibre broadband provider ‘startled’ to see majority of broadband customers are unaware of being locked into large-scale price rises
Service providers look to offset rising employee compensation as the demand for IT skills continues to grow and utilization rates climb; other IT channel news.
Security researchers told SearchSecurity that Apple Security Bounty improved its communication earlier this year, which had been a key issue for participants.
Puppet execs had previously targeted an IPO for the company but opted for 'Plan B' in the deal, which primarily focuses on its infrastructure-as-code and compliance tools.
Nexsan Unity NV10000 storage array helps NVMe storage become more mainstream by making the interface accessible to smaller companies.
IDC reported that global PC shipments fell by 5% in the first three months, but vendors still shipped more than 80 million units for the seventh consecutive quarter.
Those providing penetration testing and SOC services will need to apply for a licence under a new licensing regime that is expected to safeguard consumer interests and improve service standards
The number of AWS databases protected by Clumio grows with the addition of Amazon DynamoDB, providing air-gapped backups and more granular restorations for users.
As Atlassian's cloud outage neared the one-week mark, the company informed affected customers that it could take up to another two weeks to fully recover.
As it works towards its target of a million premises passed in the next two years, growing altnet and ISP partner secure significant cash injection to support rapid scaling of multi-gigabit fibre broadband network
As European businesses are hit by supply chain issues, telcos issues and a disrupted workforce, SD-WAN and SASE provider Aryaka claims to guarantee network and application performance through new Paris service point of presence
Being authentic, finding a support network and talking to strangers in airports were just some of the pieces of advice given at the 2022 Everywoman in Tech Forum
StorageMap, new software from Datadobi, changes the vendor's focus from data migration and protection to a complete data management offering for on-premises and cloud storage.
Salesforce refreshes the sales analytics package formerly known as Einstein Analytics by adding CRM-native features, a Slack app and vertical-specific integrations.
Acquisition comes just a few months after the channel player was itself a target of a deal that has given it more muscle in the market
A second generation of the Sandworm-linked Industroyer malware has been identified by ESET researchers and Ukraine’s national CERT
Initial responses to multi-billion-dollar deal is to talk up the MSP market as a whole and focus on existing strategies
Box Canvas, a new set of collaboration tools, takes on the new era of work where some employees are remote and some are in the office -- but they all need to work together.
The vendor released Slingshot, a new platform that brings analytics, collaboration, a data catalog and project management capabilities into one environment.
German engineering and science-focused research university demonstrates the interoperability of compatriot global security group’s eSIM management technology
Global alternative asset manager partners with provider of autonomous building systems and foundation technology for smart cities to bring the first general-purpose autonomous platform to the building market
A Portuguese national and a 21-year-old man from Croydon are among a number of individuals arrested ahead of the closure of RaidForums by police
Getting data out of one system and into another in the right format as quickly as possible is a challenge the Arcion Cloud service is aiming to address for organizations.
Almost all organisations lack appropriate IAM policy controls to effectively secure their data in the cloud, according to a damning study
The hacker forum, which used to sell and purchase sensitive information including login credentials, has been dismantled, and its alleged founder was arrested and indicted.
To curb open source risk, Synopsys advises enterprises to keep a comprehensive inventory of all software within its environment and to understand that securing open source requires strong management.
Infor experienced strong revenue growth in 2021, particularly for SaaS bookings, and the ERP vendor believes its deep industry functionality will spur more cloud migrations.
The 2016 malware known as 'Indestroyer' has resurfaced in a new series of targeted attacks against industrial controller hardware at a Ukraine power company.
Microsoft issues corrections for 117 unique vulnerabilities this month with a significant number of security updates resolving printer spooler and DNS server problems.
S5GC launches innovation challenge to use advanced connectivity to transform and improve healthcare delivery in Scotland, with three shortlisted projects to receive access to a private 5G testbed
About four in 10 organisations in Australia and New Zealand are undertaking the transition to development, security and operations, while a further 36% plan to do so in 2022, study finds
ConnectWise Threat Report reveals the extent to which managed service providers are in the crosshairs of criminals
Sophos shares details of a cyber attack that saw attackers hang out in their victim environment for five months while they prepared to sow further mischief
Mobile network-as-a-service provider claims a new category in wireless networking, allowing enterprises to create a private mobile network inside a firewall within an hour without 5G or knowledge of 3GPP standards
Patch Tuesday is here once again. This month, security teams must fix two privilege escalation zero-days in the Windows Common Log File System Driver and the Windows User Profile Service
Oracle has launched an employee experience platform, dubbed ME, said to be designed for post-Covid, individualistic pandemic workforce trends
Simon Farnsworth, who previous worked as chief technology officer at Discovery Inc, is now driving News UK's tech strategy
Google Cloud research reveals disconnects between intention, delivery and budgets within businesses across EMEA on sustainability matters
The US authorities have seen fit to add the WatchGuard vulnerability used by Sandworm to build the Cyclops Blink botnet to its list of must-patch vulnerabilities
The new IDrive e2 service provides object cloud storage at $0.004 per GB, per month, which could push IDrive deeper into the enterprise.
Research reveals UK gamers are ready for a ‘post-console’ future, enabled by 5G connectivity, cloud and the metaverse
UK mobile operator announces successful completion of multiple live site deployments in its 4G and 5G estates
Zoom's AI insights help sales teams by analyzing video call transcripts for information to determine the next step in negotiations with prospective customers.
Sophos said attackers spent at least five months inside an unnamed regional government agency's network, remotely Googling for hacking tools before deploying LockBit ransomware.
IT pros including affected Atlassian customers and prospective cloud users were critical of Atlassian's communications both publicly and privately during its ongoing SaaS outage.
Microsoft and ESET security teams explained how they were able to identify and dismantle the command and control infrastructure of the notorious ZLoader malware network.
Time clock systems may be moving away from finger or palm prints to touchless systems. Paychex released a biometric time clock with two touchless systems, iris and face scans.
More tech workers in India now enjoy flexi-work arrangements and higher salaries, but talent retention remains an issue in the subcontinent, study finds
Campaign group Liberty to launch legal appeal that will call for journalists to receive stronger legal protections from state surveillance
Mandiant joins a growing chorus of warnings over novel nation state threats to ICS systems
Research reveals drivers of edge computing deployments, challenges and solutions for maintaining resilience, connectivity and supporting digital-first connected operations that are secure, reliable, resilient and sustainable
A coordinated DDoS attack hit two government ministries in Finland at the same time as Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky delivered a virtual address to the Finnish parliament
Organisations using SAP may build future ERP systems from composable building blocks from multiple software providers
IBM spin-out Kyndryl hops into bed with Dell Technologies in a joint cyber resilience proposition
BT broadband provision division claims significant milestone in its full-fibre build programme, revealing it is more than a quarter of the way to reaching 25 million homes by December 2026
Newly launched podcast from the industry organisation summarises the position of distributors two years on from the arrival of Covid-19
UK government bodies and critical infrastructure owners cite a lack of staff resources, and internal and external expertise, as hampering factors when it comes to cyber readiness, according to a report
Industry veteran deems the time is right to step back from the day-to-day and concentrate more time on family and golf
Cisco employees live and work remotely in Venice for three months as part of a pilot programme to help the city reinvent itself as a work-from-anywhere destination
Breakout videoconferencing leader announces conversation intelligence service and enhances online events offering, with aim to modernise how businesses engage with customers
The newest version of Cisco's SD-WAN brings Cloud OnRamp support to NBAR applications like Slack or GitHub and custom apps and adds greater visibility.
As attacks on critical infrastructure increase, experts warn that threat actors have developed new malware designed to take control of ICS and SCADA systems in the energy sector.
Multiple threat intelligence providers have detected threat activity related to the VMware Workspace One flaw, including cryptocurrency mining activity.
The AI vendor's update now includes tighter support for PyTorch and TensorFlow. Focused on complex deep learning applications, Cerebras competes with Microsoft Azure and Nvidia.
XenData's X100 brings an active archive to market that's designed to target the explosive growth in unstructured data, such as customers in media and entertainment.
Security experts warn that a newly disclosed vulnerability in a critical Windows networking component is opening the door for remote takeover attacks.
Oracle's new employee experience platform includes features that are designed to encourage employees and managers to keep talking and stay engaged.
Gen Z consumers will change the world. Savvy, nimble brands know to give them digital platforms for sharing their values as corporate America catches up to their worldview.
Cyber insurance provider Corvus examined how the cost of ransomware attacks declined over the past year and a half and what it means for different industries moving forward.
Microsoft has drawn antitrust scrutiny for rules that make it more expensive to run Windows and Office on rivals' clouds. The company promised a fix but has provided no details.
The EU has already reached an agreement on their Digital Markets Act, which would open tech giants' tightly controlled app stores and platforms to third parties.
Interested parties are weighing in on the SEC's proposed climate risk disclosure rule, which is available for comment until May 20.