Taiwanese cloud and AI startup CloudMile keeps its billing transparent and provides round-the-clock support to build trust with customers as it grows its business in Southeast Asia
Data scientists in Baltic nation are creating a repository of software code that provides building blocks for digital services
Microsoft has opened up about how its efforts to replace the diesel backup generators in its datacentres is progressing
Adding to existing infrastructure, Liberty Global, Telefónica and InfraVia Capital Partners form joint venture to construct and operate a wholesale fibre-to-the-home broadband network in the UK covering up to seven million premises
Tough quarter for Chinese market, with economic downturn and people worried about falling disposable income and unemployment, has global ramifications for smartphone industry pinning hopes on Q2 fulfilling pent-up demand after lockdowns
Zoom's latest enhancements to IQ for Sales represent a product diversification strategy focused on delivering better intelligence to sales teams.
The personnel moves continue to stack up, even as many head to the beach and enjoy a summer break
Partners expect demand for their offerings to endure through economic turbulence and, to some extent, because of the unsettling times; more IT channel news.
Research finds that despite affirms accelerating migration to software-defined wide area networking services, legacy multiprotocol label switching still dominates global enterprise networking
Latest market data from IT analyst house Canalys reveals no let-up in demand for cloud infrastructure services during the second quarter of 2022
Raghu Raghuram is confident that Broadcom will invest in growing VMware through a broad portfolio of assets that will serve its entire customer base, not just its biggest customers
Changing demands on partners and growing fears of inflation have led the distributor to come up with its own solution
Distributor buoyed by security and cloud growth as it reports second-quarter numbers
Report from Welsh parliament highlights ‘disappointment’ that so many in the country are unable to access superfast broadband
Safety tech is now one of the fastest-growing sectors in the UK tech industry, with jumps in revenue, investment and employment
Firm urges the channel to grasp the opportunity to support customers as they develop their hybrid working strategies
Employees affected by an Oracle layoff turned to LinkedIn Monday to post the news. Several called it 'widespread,' but it seemed limited to certain business units.
Citizens Advice calls on UK comms regulator to take action after loyalty penalties of £451m were revealed for broadband customers and £83m for mobile customers paying a bundled contract including a handset
The vendor's acquisition aligns with its strategy of expanding beyond its robotic process automation footprint to try to compete more effectively with tech giants.
July saw a similar number of ransomware attack disclosures as June, previously the sparsest month for disclosures this year, according to SearchSecurity's data.
GitHub Projects brings new features to GitHub developers, but users of other application lifecycle management tools such as Jira are unlikely to make the switch.
New security concerns have arisen around initial attack vectors and visibility into a broader attack surface as companies have moved to the cloud, according to Microsoft.
Network hardware supplier has fixed an unauthenticated RCE vulnerability in multiple routers in its Vigor line, after being alerted by Trellix researchers
Twilio is tapping opportunities in customer data platforms and will deploy APAC instances of its Segment platform next year
Helsinki-based SMEs are being offered support and resources to help them get the best out of artificial intelligence technology to improve their operations and create services to sell
Global take-up of digital wallets will accelerate over the next four years, driven by ‘super apps’ and QR code-based payments
Survey finds almost four in five cyber security teams agree that recent changes to working practices have adversely affected their organisation’s cyber security, with one-fifth banning the use of public Wi-Fi by policy
Trade body for the global mobile industry publishes industry ecosystem review and rails further against plans to offer the full 6GHz band to unlicensed use, warning a significant portion of the expected benefits of mid-band 5G could be lost if no additional mid-band spectrum is assigned to mobile services in the near future
European corporate due diligence directive seeking to transform how companies approach their human rights and environmental risk is welcome, but without further changes, it will fail to effectively curb tech firms’ harmful practices, claims international non-profit
After 8.5 million devices were added to the DCC network in 2021-22, UK’s smart metering network will see massive growth in data traffic over the coming years, with the 7.6 billion messages carried in 2021 likely to double this year
Vendor Extreme Networks enhances partner programme with an emphasis on encouraging partners to get certifications and increase their technical training
Thoma Bravo's bid is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2022. Ping Identity's purchase price represents a 63% premium over the vendor's closing price Tuesday.
Former SAP and Cisco strategy exec Anuj Kapur is tasked with keeping CloudBees CI/CD and DevOps platform tools relevant as the cloud-native arms race intensifies.
The July update includes over 20 features, with highlights including new capabilities for Metrics, a tool that uses AR to add context to data and new embedded BI capabilities.
The vendor's co-founder will leave the role he's held since the company was founded to become executive chairman, with President Phong Le to take over as CEO.
In a Q&A with SearchSecurity, Amazon CSO Steve Schmidt discusses his time as head of AWS security and shifts the cloud provider made to improve its posture, as well as customers'.
Shipyard workers at Singapore’s Keppel Offshore and Marine can view work instructions on their smart glasses, pull out real-time data about their equipment and receive remote guidance in a range of operational tasks
The Financial Ombudsman Service is reaping the benefits of the cloud-based human resources and finance system it implemented last year
After a quiet June, vulnerability exploitation ramped up in July, with intrusions linked to spyware seeing unusually high volumes of activity, according to a report
Q2 market analysis from Canalys charts further shipment declines, but positives are sounded for those in the channel sitting on inventory
The Financial Conduct Authority is increasing the number of tech experts in its workforce through a new digital delivery centre in Leeds
The Scottish Business Resilience Centre has been awarded a £500,000 contract to extend cyber resilience training across more than 250 at-risk organisations
Research firm pinpoints standardisation and uniform practices as key to unlocking the full potential of 5G slicing
Bayern Munich is using Adobe’s Experience Cloud and allied software to better connect with its fans in Germany and worldwide
Deloitte survey shows the ways in which people are using connected devices and technology to improve and enhance their lives, in particular dealing with the balance of hybrid work
Social Market Foundation calls on the UK to get a grip on its huge problem with bank card fraud in Europe
While it may seem logical to deploy workloads in a hyperscaler’s cloud, is it the best option? Gartner looks at alternatives
MinIO revoked Nutanix's open source license, which could mean customers would have to work with Nutanix on how to best use its Objects product moving forward.
The longtime independent vendor's latest platform update features tools to help system administrators and application developers easily add data governance and security guardrails.
In part two of this Q&A, Amazon CSO Steve Schmidt discusses why AWS has taken a more prescriptive approach to customer security and how it influences areas like incident response.
Data privacy concerns stemming from data collection practices of social media platforms means corporate leadership should be involved in determining a social media strategy.
Microsoft's native version of Teams for Apple silicon should help performance-sensitive Mac users, like programmers, graphic designers and video editors.
Hybrid work is changing when people work and how they use office space -- employees might want more collaboration space. Measuring office use could be a job for motion sensors.
Arista plans to fold Pluribus technology into a new product that lets telcos run a software-defined network across switches, routers, computer servers and accelerator DPUs.
Indonesian e-commerce unicorn Bukalapak’s multicloud strategy, underpinned by the use of microservices and DevOps, has enabled it to meet the diverse needs of its users while addressing business requirements
Pan-UK full-fibre gigabit broadband provider inks tech partnership to deploy broadband connections offering download speeds up to 10 Gbps while South West-based internet service provider announces start of ultrafast broadband network build in Cornwall
As it seeks a new supplier to reinvigorate the migration away from the Public Services Network, the Cabinet Office says relying on the legacy network may be putting public sector bodies at heightened risk in cyber attacks
Insufficient software testing happens because of a lack of talent, time and cash. But inattentive CEOs and development methodologies such as Agile also contribute to the problem.
The CEO of the data streaming vendor discusses the direction Hazelcast is heading in as it launches a serverless platform for real-time processing of streaming and contextual data.
A National Audit Office guide for government chiefs on improving data use points to difficulties in achieving data sharing benefits and laments variability in cross-government data quality
Since its birth three decades ago, Abbyy's trajectory has shifted from old-line OCR tech to the forefront of the fast-growing intelligent document processing sector.
Executive Todd Nightingale will step away from Cisco after a decade. Cisco plans to combine the enterprise networking and cloud division he led with another department.
The hiring spree isn't slowing down, according to data from a new U.S. jobs report. Many employers expect to add workers through the year.