At the start of London Tech Week 2022, the Mayor of London is announcing £500,000 in funding for the city’s data economy, in the form of the Data for London platform
Government publishes a revised data in health strategy, with an emphasis firmly on preserving the integrity and privacy of patients’ confidential information
Ukraine war could lead to shakeup of dual-use tech exports, says former UK intelligence officer
The £12.4bn in venture capital raised is more than was raised in the whole of 2020, putting the UK ahead of every country other than the US
Government publishes plan that brings together existing and new initiatives intended to expand the digital sector and help to establish the UK as a ‘superpower’ in science and tech
New strategy leans heavily on cyber security but stops short of announcing any initiatives that have not already been launched or heavily trailed
A former paper mill in Finland is now home to the world's third most powerful supercomputer, which will help researchers across Europe accelerate their scientific breakthroughs in the fields of climate change and medicine
Dell executives cite the company’s use of “alternative” component supply chains as server, storage and PC sales grow despite difficulties for most of the market sourcing parts
A transatlantic prize challenge to accelerate development of privacy-enhancing technologies is set to begin
Gee Rittenhouse discusses the process of building Skyhigh Security, a new company created by Symphony Technology Group as a rebirth of McAfee's enterprise cloud security portfolio.
Firm expands support hours and makes billing easier as it looks to grow managed service provider base on this side of the Atlantic
Cisco will make Webex Calling less reliant on internet connectivity to increase its appeal to healthcare and other industries requiring a highly reliable phone service.
Thousands of HSBC staff will receive training in fintech technologies through a course developed with Saïd Business School
AI fuels the delivery of new sources of investment and corporate information, such as satellite imagery, contact center audio logs, employee sentiment and social media data.
As remote work becomes a broader norm, there's debate about whether employees should be reimbursed for home office expenses, especially if it's their choice to work from home.
Tenable expressed its frustration after working with Microsoft on the disclosure of two cloud flaws that researchers ranked as critical, which the company later silently patched.
German bank offers employees in Russian technology centres the opportunity to move to the German capital
Several programmes are underway in Sweden to attract and retain AI talent to meet a swelling demand in the job market
Finland calls for digital intervention as part of the global transition to renewable energy
Adobe catches up with the competition with the release of new customer data platform features for marketers, including a 'data clean room' and tools for B2B users.
CaixaBank and Microsoft partner in artificial intelligence and metaverse innovation
Data figured prominently in the unfolding of the government’s digital strategy at the start of London Tech Week, with privacy-enhancing technologies and anonymous health data sharing notable
The latest addition to the cloud-based Cisco Meraki console expands the company's subscription-based pricing for network monitoring and management software.
Microsoft patched a critical Azure Synapse vulnerability twice, but each time the researcher who discovered it was able to bypass it with ease, leading to a lengthy saga
UK telco teams with leading North East of England port to develop services based on private 5G network to power applications including robotics and autonomous vehicles, artificial intelligence, and internet of things
Integration between the Cisco Webex Control Hub and ThousandEyes lets IT administrators spot internet problems before they can affect video conferences.
Global comms tech provider unveils range of optical networking services for US market, including premier of 100G fibre in the country
Snowflake adds more capabilities, including support for Apache Iceberg data lake tables and both transactional and analytics workloads, with Hybrid Tables.
Experts weigh in on which in-demand programming languages offer the best job prospects.
Microsoft will make Teams calls more like telephone conversations, using AI to filter out background noise and echoes that disrupt conversations.
Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen uses Zadara to store and access race and technical data so that it can improve race analysis and mechanical performance.
Federal government officials say Russian sanctions decreased cyber attacks on the U.S. over the past few months but could potentially lead to significant threats down the road.
The data warehouse vendor is growing its hybrid data warehouse capabilities with version 6.0 of its namesake platform that is now enabled to run on AWS.
Tools for enterprise architects get criticized for their complexity, but they are getting better. A recently released module from Ardoq seeks to improve usability.
Researchers say a critical flaw in the Atlassian Confluence Data Center and Server is now being used to spread ransomware in the wild, making updates a top priority.
The analytics vendor and data integration vendor both offer cloud-native tools and have joined forces to reduce the time it takes go from data ingestion to insight and action.
StorOne extended NVMe-oF to SAS HDDs, bringing some of the NVMe benefits to the older technology before NVMe hard drives hit the market while reducing costs of NVMe-oF.
Quantinuum has added parallel processing capabilities to its H1-1 quantum system making it more suitable for solving complex tasks involving cybersecurity and optimization.
A Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool flaw disclosed on May 30 and exploited in the wild gets resolved in this month's batch of security updates.
Quantum computing bridges the IT and scientific community, and although it may be years away, skills developed during pilot projects are key
The UK Independent Network Sector report shows that the independent broadband sector has doubled in size over the previous year
After details emerged about the multimillion-pound tax bills and penalties some public sector organisations have incurred due to IR35 compliance failings, it is claimed some government departments are cutting their SME consultancy partners loose
Rapid adoption of digital technology, along with the sector’s growing success, has driven tech hiring to heights not seen since the London Olympics
Tabnine's code completion assistant adds support for 11 languages with a major AI overhaul.
Business loan application process at Virgin Money cut from days to minutes through fintech platform
The last Patch Tuesday in its current form is overshadowed by persistent concerns about how Microsoft deals with vulnerability disclosure
Dark web brokers will sell access to company networks and systems for an average of $2,000 to $4,000
Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins said companies could reduce spending but are unlikely to slash budgets because technology has become a revenue driver.
Research from JumpCloud reveals increased momentum in the shift by small and medium-sized customers towards working with the managed service model
Vendor SAP aims to help reduce the skills gap and provide partners with access to a fresh wave of skilled individuals
The CEO of the data platform vendor, which is a leading contributor to the open source Cassandra database, details why the vendor is looking to assemble a full data stack.
Though the analytics vendor has invested heavily in AI over the past few years, the most significant change to its platform has been its embrace of the cloud.
Orca Security discovered that inadequate tenant separation in Microsoft's Azure Synapse service could allow a threat actor to steal credentials from thousands of customers.
Splunk shops are expanding their collection of log and observability data to offer developer self-service, correlate ops with security alerts and consolidate edge management.
The SHRM conference this week took stock of the economic challenges facing HR managers, as well as some business policies and tech moving up in importance.
The ransomware operators this week launched a website for victims' employees and customers to search for any stolen personal information following an attack.
A two-month operation saw law enforcement agencies in 76 countries crack down on organised cyber fraud
Researchers at Proofpoint have discovered potentially dangerous Microsoft Office 365 functionality that they believe may give ransomware a clear shot at files stored on SharePoint and OneDrive
Pricing stays the same for Salesforce Sales Cloud's highest-level subscription, but formerly a la carte tools are now included that span AI-powered analytics and automation.
An £18m hub at Abertay University in Dundee forms the centrepiece of Scotland’s first security research cluster
Mobile healthcare app take-up is at a pivotal moment and clinicians will play a key role in the next phase of adoption
Mast incorporates technology to not only reduce environmental impact, but also help bring connectivity to ‘not-spots’ in remote and rural areas
Loan Charge and Taxpayer Fairness All-Party Parliamentary Group seeks input from accountants, lawyers and tax advisers who work with contractors in-scope of the loan charge policy
Chip giant makes acquisition of 5G network deployment, automation and management software platform with intention of fuelling digital transformation of industries, powering the connected intelligent edge and supporting growth of cloud economy
Distributors continue to sign, deepen and reach out across the industry to improve the levels of protection that resellers can offer
Software firm aims to use artificial intelligence to accelerate the safe and efficient deployment of autonomous vehicle technology, also reducing the carbon emissions generated by vehicles
Research shows undersupply has created an opportunity to serve ballooning bandwidth needs across regional hubs such as Mumbai and Chennai
During the American Antitrust Institute's annual conference, Sen. Richard Blumenthal spoke on the importance of antitrust law for reining in big tech.
The platform's next update, which the vendor previewed during a recent virtual user conference, will enable customers to trigger data-driven actions directly from their dashboards.
Vendor and partner Logicalis talk about working relationship as an illustration of how Big Blue is working with the channel
Splunk product development will be led by the company's new CEO following another high-ranking exec's departure, prompting speculation about the vendor's long-term priorities.
The Green Software Foundation Global Summit highlights tech sustainability and the important role developers can play in tackling climate change.
The UK Ministry of Defence has outlined its intention to work closely with the private sector to develop and deploy a range of artificial intelligence-powered technologies, committing to ‘lawful and ethical AI use’
Westminster claims its new data laws will boost British benefits, protect consumers, and seize the ‘benefits’ of Brexit
Study from digital employee experience tech firm finds 95% of professionals face disruptive IT issues that hinder productivity, with particular problems regarding remote workers
Revolut is to use Saleasforce software to support sales and marketing as part of its expansion plans
Industry group provides an update on where the channel is in Q1 after a couple of solid years of sales growth
Reorienting the tech sector around collaboration rather than competition and reassessing the industry’s conventional wisdom around economic growth is essential to improving sustainability on the timescale needed, London Tech Week attendees are told
Startup emerges to launch a new developer-focused cloud database as a service based on open source PostgreSQL, with capabilities to enable branching for application development.
Research from MSP Aptum shines a light on the struggles that are being experienced by large numbers of users
Robotics and automation company teams with comms tech provider and leading Italian operator to deliver solutions for Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing by using the potential of the 5G network as part of EU-funded 5Growth project
VMware users are taking a wait-and-see stance on the Broadcom acquisition, keeping their fingers crossed that Broadcom remains committed to investing in innovation.
Hertzbleed, a family of new side-channel attacks, was first reported to Intel in the third quarter of 2021, and it's unclear why it was kept under embargo for so long.
Experts debate whether antitrust law enforcement should go beyond promoting competition and focus on other factors.
Google training programmes are being made available to more people in the UK as part of an initiative from the supplier and major UK businesses