Organisations in the technology, media and telecoms sector were among the most lucrative targets for malicious actors as their services penetrate almost every aspect of society
CVE-2022-26138 is the second major vulnerability disclosure made for Atlassian’s Confluence collaboration platform in recent months
Umbrella industry stakeholders weigh-up the financial implications of a Supreme Court ruling, which could pave the way for IT contractors to submit back-dated claims for holiday pay
Channel has a larger number of prospects as smaller firms become eligible for funding for digital tools
The NCSC is proposing to establish a new Cyber Advisor service to train up experts in security guidance, and is inviting interested parties to come forward
Another seven days that included some interesting personnel moves across the channel
MI5 provided ‘false information’ to the Home Office to secure bulk surveillance warrants, the Investigatory Powers Tribunal heard
Biotech maker PacBio gleaned big savings and organized a mountain of data when it added data management tools for its local hardware and data silos.
SAP users can tackle sustainable e-commerce -- and be accountable to customers wary of 'greenwashing' -- with a bundle of Qualtrics, CDP, e-commerce and other tech tools.
Google will seek to iron out challenges for AR as it tests a lightweight, glasses-type device. The company already has a foothold in the enterprise with its Glass AR glasses.
Launched at AWS re:Inforce 2022, CrowdStrike's Falcon OverWatch Cloud Threat Hunting is a standalone threat hunting service built to stop advanced threats from within the cloud.
A contact center product launch, a space industry community and an upcoming partner program revamp topped the list of Microsoft Inspire developments; more IT channel news.
More former subpostmasters have their wrongful convictions for theft and fraud overturned in the Court of Appeal
French satellite operator reveals talks with UK government and Bharti Global-owned company that they say would be the first multi-orbit satellite operator offering integrated GEO and LEO solutions
Spanish telcos sign binding agreement to combine their businesses in a move they say will drive competition, digitisation and innovation in the market
Oracle Fusion Sales users get a new UX and new features, including microsites called 'digital sales rooms,' which parallel Microsoft and Salesforce sales collaboration features.
Newly uncovered Ducktail operation targets individuals with access to Facebook Business service and tries to steal their accounts
Meta details its approach to protecting and promoting human rights, but civil society groups say the company has failed to grapple with the human rights risks associated with its own business model
Critical infrastructure operators need to have more visibility into their IT and operational technology environment, and take a more active stance to fend off sophisticated adversaries, expert says
Big Brother Watch’s legal challenge against Southern Co-op’s use of facial recognition claims the use of the technology in stores is ‘unlawful’ and ‘Orwellian in the extreme’
UK government has created a body for telecoms innovation and inked milestone R&D partnership with Republic of Korea
Vendor is looking to ensure partners are in a position where they can get deeper into customers and sell a wider solution
The Mirantis Lens IDE will integrate the Lagoon Kubernetes deployment project to provide a self-service DevOps platform alternative with no developer Kubernetes training required.
As it posts results showing growth in connectivity and mobile services, satellite operator inks agreement with joint venture satellite broadband provider to create what they claim will be a global connectivity leader
One and a half million people have now taken advantage of free ransomware decryption tools offered by a joint European project
Boosting considerably the capability of its rapidly growing network, full-fibre provider, in partnership with Calix and Nokia, announces that 10Gbps XGS-PON access technology will be deployed as standard across full infrastructure from April 2023
StorOne's new Scale-for-Free pricing model, with its license fees per drive instead of per capacity, targets storage consumers that wish to use larger media for a set price.
To reduce growing attack surfaces in the cloud, AWS executives emphasized the importance of implementing MFA to protect accounts and blocking public access to cloud resources.
A C++ replacement is long overdue, but Google's experimental language, Carbon, is far from a perfect solution, some industry experts say.
General Motors is imposing a partial hiring freeze, and Shopify is cutting 10% of its workforce. Actions like these may trickle down to HR budgets.
The culture at MI5 was to ‘prioritise’ missions ‘over everything else’, including compliance with safeguards designed to protect the public, the UK’s most secret court heard yesterday
Telstra will use Azure as a preferred cloud while Microsoft will look at boosting its capacity on Telstra’s subsea cable network in a wide-ranging deal
Regional UK ISP adds to its growing reach across UK Midlands with 930Mpbs connectivity offer based on CityFibre infrastructure
Two-thirds of employees don’t bother to pay attention to cyber security training – and the fault does not lie with them
Open source e-commerce platform PrestaShop warns thousands of small retailers that their customers’ credit card details may be at risk of compromise
The company remains committed to the Google Cloud Platform, but continues to assess the value of extra datacentre investment
Latest analysis by Ookla-owned mobile network performance measurement firm RootMetrics finds UK 5G market in fine fettle, particularly as regards download speeds, latency reliability and availability
The need to keep on top of a changing networking market has seen a continued demand from the vendor’s channel for training and support
US State Department doubles a previously announced reward for information on North Korean cyber criminals, including the notorious Lazarus group
As the average cost of a security incident reaches an all-time high of nearly $4.5m, an IBM Security study reveals how these costs are being passed on to ordinary people
Company claiming to be the UK’s fastest-growing wholesale fibre broadband operator expands reach across swathe of UK while Southwest England provider racks up 300 gigabit business customers
The government has taken four years to publish its response to a three-month consultation on whether employment status and tax laws should be more closely aligned, and concluded that now is not the right time to make any changes
Thanks to new software tools and better hardware, Microsoft plans to upgrade servers and network equipment every six years
Micron is shipping a 232-layer NAND that brings higher density and performance with potentially lower costs, starting on the client side before moving to the data center.
SAP's Thomas Saueressig explains the future of multi-tenant cloud ERP for SAP customers and why it will take some large companies longer to get there.
Aruba automated routine network management tasks like device discovery in Aruba Central. The customer plans to add a change rollback feature next.
To implement effective government regulation of technologies like AI and cloud computing, more data on the technologies' environmental impacts is needed.
Enterprises can generate synthetic data sets with the technology. It is useful in broadcast and for advertising. However, its privacy and political implications can be dangerous.
Microsoft Azure revenue extended its rocket rise in the latest quarter -- but a variety of industry and geopolitical issues put a lid on the company's overall revenue growth.
Zoom, RingCentral and BlueJeans have released updates to their virtual whiteboards to make them more useful for meetings between office and home workers.
Ex-Google engineer Blake Lemoine discusses why LaMDA and other AI systems may be considered sentient and explains exactly how much AI systems know about consumers.
Ocado has spent the past six months rolling out new customer fulfilment centres and signing partners for its smart platform, but the cost-of-living crisis still sees revenue taking a hit
Scotland’s prosecution service saw disk drives in the dock every week with EMC legacy storage. Now it’s got Pure all-flash and has turned over an (Evergreen) new leaf
Fixed wholesale connectivity arm of Virgin Media O2 Business announces initiative with network of regional carrier-neutral edge datacentres to bolster customer choice for low-latency services across UK edge colocation portfolio
Hibernian FC signs Acronis to get top division data protection and make the most of ticketing information and match footage as it tries to gain more value from the data it holds
As Microsoft resumes blocking macros by default in its Office application suite, reversing a temporary reversal, analysis from Proofpoint suggests the action has had a remarkable effect
IT services supplier will act as strategic delivery partner for the Home Office’s plans to modernise and join up UK law enforcement’s digital capabilities
Meta, the parent company of Facebook, is planning to slash spending by $6bn, but remains focused on AI development
NCSC for Startups initiative turns its focus to supporting innovation around securing operational technology and addressing the challenges facing small businesses
UK incumbent telco ends first quarter facing continued challenging enterprise market conditions offsetting growth in other segments, in particular strong growth of business with core fibre and 5G network assets
Digital Shadows reports on the recently identified H0lyGh0st ransomware outfit, a new threat actor operating out of North Korea that faces some clear challenges, but is nevertheless still a live threat
The CDO of bank holding company Truist outlines what she sees as an optimal data management culture as the demand for data skills continues to grow.
The Walton Centre is working with Tata Consultancy Services to
apply digital technology to its operation, starting with a time-saving AI chatbot
March 2020's influx of users meant the video conferencing company had to massively scale its incident response operation and the observability infrastructure that fed it, and fast.
Business messaging app provider finds cost-of-living crisis is eased by hybrid work, but 66% of employees would look for a new job immediately or within three months if hybrid or remote working was not an option
Merged company increases its fixed and mobile customer base with 8,000 fixed and 13,000 mobile contract net adds, leading to revenue and Ebitda improvements
New programme aims to find fresh careers for former youth footballers in cyber security
Long-term staffer has worked through the ranks to get to the pinnacle of the UK organisation at distributor Westcon-Comstor UK&I
The language processing tool differs from most chatbots because it has access to specialized datasets. This makes it powerful, but also potentially dangerous.
New tools unveiled by AWS at re:Inforce 2022 add new anti-malware capabilities to AWS block storage and a way to find personally identifiable information with S3 object storage.
Republicans want to end remote work and force federal workers back to the office, but White House officials say it's essential in competing with private sector employers.
Amazon Detective pulls Kubernetes security data into a broader threat detection and CSPM context as IT pros at large orgs seek integrated multi-cloud security workflows.
CircleCI expands code repository choices, benefitting mutual customers of the highly optimized platform, say industry analysts.
Microsoft said Austrian penetration testing firm DSIRF exploited multiple zero-day vulnerabilities, including the recently patched CVE-2022-22047.
The FTC wants to stop Facebook-owner Meta from acquiring virtual reality company Within Unlimited. The FTC alleges that VR is a space in which Meta already dominates.
Congress approved the CHIPS Act and billions more for scientific research to help the U.S. better compete against China in technology markets.
Tata Consultancy Services worked with the Australian Energy Market Operator to build a new system that speeds up electricity market settlement
Despite a challenging macroeconomic environment, leading mobile chip provider posts strong results with record automotive and internet of things revenues
Microsoft has accused DSIRF, an Austrian data services firm, of involvement in a string of cyber attacks
Amazon Web Services continues to go from strength to strength while parent company posts second successive loss
The channel has a small window to pitch in and needs to make sure it is prepared if it is going to be successful
Infrastructure and Project Authority’s annual report ranks HMRC’s £300m datacentre migration as “unachievable”, but – ahead of publication – it appears the organisation has had a change of heart
Chipmaker has reported a massive decline across its major business divisions
Report from Point Topic finds fixed broadband subscriber numbers growing in 90% of covered territories, with FTTH accelerating.
The AIOps tools offered by network management vendors are good at solving routine problems but lack the intelligence to address complicated issues, customers said.
Intel will wind down its storage class memory business as it plans to shift focus elsewhere, while still supporting current customers using the technology.
Coveware hypothesized that large enterprises are making themselves more expensive targets for ransomware gangs and refusing to give into high demands.
The YouCode search engine gives developers a fast way to find code snippets. But, like any code completion tool, results should be taken with a grain of salt.