Mimecast opens regional office in Singapore and is looking at setting up a datacentre in Southeast Asia as it makes a deeper push into the region
Former subpostmasters at the centre of one of biggest miscarriage of justice in modern history are still waiting for compensation a year after their wrongful convictions were overturned
A study from IBM has found there is less focus on training software engineers in the UK compared with Spain and Germany
Live road testing is taking place for the next two weeks in what is claimed to be Europe’s most complex and ambitious public autonomous bus pilot, with passenger service due to go live in late summer
Sophos says acquisition of BAE spinout SOC.OS will enhance its managed threat and extended detection and response services
Using an AI-powered chatbot designed with the friendly likenesses of avalanche dogs, the famed Utah ski resort is able to quickly respond to customers' questions.
Government announces a CEO to lead its initiatives around commercialising its knowledge assets
GPU-based supercomputer helps astronomers simulate exoplanet atmospheres
Forrester’s latest research of the top European cities for technology clusters, has seen London sliding down the rankings
A few moves have been made in the channel over the past working week as the hunt for growth continues
Lapsus$ extortion gang hit T-Mobile and attempted to perform SIM-swapping attacks and code theft
Research from Unit4 covering the state of the European market reveals optimism, but concerns about barriers to growth
Independent provider’s roll-out of full-fibre networks to 285 cities, towns and villages claimed to bring £22bn in productivity benefits, £4.8bn from a widened workforce and £1.2bn from flexible working, as well as creating 16,000 jobs
Senior management survey finds significant numbers noting remote working or flexi-working will be a long-term change for their business, with half seeing the switch to remote as one of their top three disruptions
Research from trade body for independent professionals finds that most self-employed workers operating through an umbrella company think there are no advantages to the arrangement
Changing customer needs have prompted partners such as TCS, PwC and EY to pursue industry-specific strategies around cloud computing; other IT channel news.
Google's decision to donate Istio service mesh to the CNCF isn't a shocking one, but proponents of the project said it could broaden its adoption in a competitive market.
Lapsus$'s alleged theft of T-Mobile source code is in line with its previous activity; the cybercrime group previously stole code from Microsoft and Samsung.
While the botnet is not new, it appears operators are honing their skills and evading Alibaba Cloud's monitoring service to take advantage of rising cryptocurrency prices.
Observability platform supplier Coralogix has set up a cyber security venture and a global security resource centre in India to tap the growth opportunities in the subcontinent
Grand Duchy’s leading satellite operator and supercomputer site begin project to enable research partners to perform advanced optimisation tests for steadily growing broadband sector
Payments using mobile phones are set to soar globally as suppliers expand the services available, according to research
The operators of the Emotet botnet seem to be trying to find a way to get around recent changes made by Microsoft to better protect its users
Vendor marks a year since it launched its programme with an update on the progress it has made with partners
Comms player able to counter the general direction of prices with a reduction for some of its bandwidth and ethernet services
For some firms, employee productivity monitoring tools are part of a trust-but-verify approach to the adoption of remote work, four-day workweeks and flexible hours.
HYCU sharpens its emphasis on WORM storage with more support and 'cloud dedupe.' The ransomware-focused product updates follow the recent release of a ransomware assessment tool.
The Linode Managed Database service is set to debut, bringing support for the MySQL database and expanding support to include PostgreSQL, Redis and MongoDB in the coming months.
The security vendor uncovered new trends during Q1, including increased APT attacks, 'democratized' ransomware threats and significant exploitation of Log4j bugs.
BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, has passed on a message from Ukrainian IT suppliers that the country is open for, and in need of, business
Police have interviewed a former Fujitsu employee for the third time in the investigation into potential perjury during trials of wrongfully convicted subpostmasters
As prices rise, Microsoft is trying to position its cloud services as the public cloud that offers the best value for money
Datacentres create jobs and contribute S$2bn to Singapore’s economy each year, but sustainability issues will need to be addressed to minimise their environmental impact
In this interview, Michiel Steltman, managing director of Digital Infrastructure Netherlands, tells Computer Weekly why the Dutch digital economy is at risk due to a lack of knowledge and understanding at government level
Sophos’s annual State of Ransomware report shows dramatic increases in the impact of ransomware attacks, but also finds many organisations are paying ransoms when they don’t need to
Revolutionary computer infrastructure to be used in trial of management consultancy’s aim to connect quantum secure data transmission between its major London offices
Salesforce's low-code automation tool Flow and programming language Apex will soon work on Slack. The company said the move will help workers avoid rote tasks.
The Machine Learning Development System is a full stack of software and hardware for training and building models. Swarm Learning enables enterprises to share data at the edge.
Unveiled during Salesforce's TrailblazerDX '22 developer conference, the new capabilities are aimed at enabling more business users to work with data in their everyday workflows.
Infinidat released a new all-flash array with an updated operating system and added InfiniSafe data protection to all its arrays.
Google posts first-quarter 2022 revenue of $68bn, but growth is not as fast as last year
Cloud giant looks for closer relationships with ISVs and consulting partners as it seeks to expand the range of services it can offer to customers
An ethical hacking and cyber education platform developed at Leeds Beckett University has received a major funding boost to help it launch commercially
Stormous cyber crime collective claims to have stolen 161GB of data from Coca-Cola, and says it plans to sell it off
Networking player ushers in a fresh approach as it reacts to a changing world where customers are demanding more insights into their IT systems
Qualtrics beefs up its contact center offering by embedding new sentiment detection tools as well as social listening across review sites, social media and other digital channels.
These 15 CVEs were the most commonly exploited last year, and if you haven’t mitigated against them, now is the time
Slack integration apps for Salesforce Service Cloud, Sales Cloud and Marketing Cloud move into beta; MuleSoft takes on API management and governance.
Firm updates its progress on carbon targets and indicates it is ahead of schedule as measures it has taken to reduce emissions start to deliver
Forty-four percent of organizations surveyed by Sophos said they used multiple approaches to recover data following a ransomware attack, including paying ransoms and using backups.
The notorious REvil ransomware gang appears to be up and running once more, as new attacks and malware samples have been observed, but it's unclear who is behind the operation.
Law enforcement agencies from five countries share the top flaws they've observed being exploited this year, some of which were disclosed as early as 2018.
Gluware's Robotic Process Automation simplifies network automation by turning discrete, automated tasks into multi-step automated workflow processes.
Elon Musk could disrupt the social media industry with his purchase of Twitter and move the company away from social media's traditional reliance on advertising revenue.
Sentry Interactive uses an AI facial recognition system in its Tower platform, a device that enables organizations to help people safely and securely enter buildings.
Developing guidelines that simultaneously protect organizations from risk while enabling and encouraging employees to work with data can be difficult, but not impossible.
According to ScotlandIS research, the Scottish technology sector has recovered pre-pandemic levels of growth, and cyber security emerged as the hottest growth area from the industry body’s annual report
Communications technology giant outlines three pillars for innovation in a greener world, including advancing the connectivity industry
New facility outside Chicago will explore how 5G can create and test use cases to solve industry challenges, from carbon reduction to worker safety and sustainable building
Slack and Salesforce have announced a set of developer products and integrations that Slack cofounder Cal Henderson says marks the first big public step to realising the value of the 2020 acquisition
Chief information officers see their role as core in building out the IT and security infrastructure and talent pool that their organisations require to grow post-pandemic
Cybercriminals running phishing operations are now making use of SEO specialists that break Google's rules to get themselves placed above legitimate search results to lure victims.
Microsoft details cyber attacks on Ukrainian civilian communications, nuclear safety authorities, and the exploitation of the destruction of Mariupol in a phishing campaign
In an open letter, senator Bernie Sanders urges the US president to fulfil a campaign promise to stop union-busting companies from winning federal government contracts
Manufacturer files lawsuit alleging that US bank failed to inform it of suspicious transaction activity
Communications platform-as-a-service market continues hot streak as Polish solutions provider enters the world stage by acquiring global provider of tools for email communication
Vector Capital has become majority owner of the security firm with a strategy of appealing to managed service providers
Incorporation of technology firms in the UK was 62% higher last year than in 2020, with strong regional growth despite continued dominance of London in the ecosystem
With the objective of shoring up its international networking service, enabling a flexible and highly secure network that meets overseas customer needs, Japanese multinational upgrades software-defined wide area network and core
Digital Regulation Cooperation Forum is inviting views on how the four UK watchdogs involved should approach regulating algorithms, following its publication of discussion papers and a 2022 workplan
Many tech workers don’t think it’s important for men to help women to integrate into tech teams, according to research by Computer Weekly, which experts say highlights the wider need for inclusive action
The cost of recovering from a ransomware attack far outweighs the ransoms now being demanded by cyber criminals, according to recent data
With more companies building supercomputers and infrastructure that requires a lot of compute power, AI may be doing more harm than good to the planet.
The data warehouse vendor is targeting enterprises that need to use a trillion rows of data or more for analysis, with hyperscale technology that is now ready for broader adoption.
Connecting multiple GraphQL services is a new feature in the Hasura 2.6 update that helps organizations unify multiple data sources in a data federation.
Check Point Research and Kovrr found ransomware attack victims paid out 89% of the ransom demand on average in 2019. The figure dropped to 27% in 2020 before rising to 49% in 2021.
From social engineering attacks to admin tools, a recent NCC Group report examined the tactics used by Lapsus$ to breach companies like Microsoft, Nvidia and Samsung.
Meta's slow earnings growth means less money to spend on its long-term metaverse project. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the company is laying the groundwork for 2030.
As Kubernetes prepares to phase out Docker upstream, attackers shift their focus to the container orchestration platform, where complexity creates its own vulnerabilities.
Securing Kubernetes is complex enough, but its associations with the wider open source ecosystem and automated deployments add supply chain security concerns to the equation.
The transition to hybrid work has stimulated a shift among employees looking to their business to streamline their workflows, but research finds just a tenth have access to automation tools
AWS continues to dominate the public cloud market but Amazon has seen its revenue squeezed
Digital services company and global enterprise division of the global telco teams with leading German technology firm to complete what is said to be one of the largest software-defined wide area network deployments in the world, covering 1,168 worldwide locations across 94 countries
A recent large-scale DDoS incident shows how cyber criminals are switching up their tactics to conduct more sophisticated attacks
It’s been difficult to talk about season patterns with a pandemic raging, but as we all learn to live with Covid, there are signs that this also means getting used to more familiar trading conditions
The vendor has added capabilities through acquisitions in recent years, and at its user conference plans to demonstrate the full scope of its integrated, end-to-end platform.
Supply chain planning and collaboration come together in a new integration of Kinaxis RapidResponse and TraceLink's healthcare and pharmaceutical industry supply chain network.
AI, better workforce management tools and conversation intelligence are key technologies to help customer service teams get through the current rough patch.