Lloyd’s of London has instructed its members to exclude nation state cyber attacks from insurance policies beginning in 2023, saying they pose unacceptable levels of risk
Padmaja Kota started her career as a software engineer before picking up product development and rising through the ranks to become an engineering leader at a cloud-based software company
Microsoft and Kaspersky have agreed a collaboration to integrate Kaspersky’s threat data feeds into Microsoft’s cloud-native SIEM/SOAR service
Corporate brand refresh is designed to help cement firm’s increasing prominence in UK full-fibre arena, addressing what it says is consumer confusion across the broadband market
The Salesforce Easy subscription offers CRM, customer service and rudimentary email marketing in a self-service subscription and lower per-seat price.
Another busy week on the personnel front, with moves across the industry continuing
Leading Welsh broadband provider reveals the latest areas designated for full-fibre connectivity as part of its broadband digital infrastructure programme, bringing the total to 38 Welsh towns and villages
As Liz Truss continues her Conservative Party leadership campaign, she tells the national press of her plans to review the IR35 rules should she succeed Boris Johnson as prime minister
Second-quarter analysis from Canalys shows inflation and supply chain issues took a toll in shipments
Supply chain planning and order execution will integrate as Kinaxis acquires MPO, which might help customers get real-time visibility and deal with supply chain disruptions.
Current NSO Group COO Yaron Shohat will replace outgoing CEO Shalev Hulio as part of a reorganization for the vendor, which has come under fire from the U.S. government.
Singapore’s National AI office will tap Google Cloud’s expertise in artificial intelligence to build artificial intelligence applications and train public sector officers on AI
Colt’s third annual cloud adoption research report shows how the off-premise investment priorities of IT leaders are shaping up for the years ahead
Projects receiving funding through latest round of farming innovation programme include tech to improve fruit farming and the use of artificial intelligence to improve pigs’ welfare
Balfour Beatty and McAlpine are among the large construction firms to have input into latest NCSC guidance for ensuring the security of major infrastructure projects
Post-Covid boom may have subsided, but conferencing and comms company keeps on track with increased total revenues in second fiscal quarter, when its product diversification strategy focused on delivering better intelligence
Scale-up visa launched to help high-growth businesses employ talent from overseas, but sponsorship requirements could undermine effectiveness
GitLab survey shows developers want to produce high-quality code, but ‘shifting’ security left is hard to achieve
UK fibre connectivity supplier provides what it says is crucial back-haul capability to allow growing established internet service provider to offer regional and national high-speed fibre connectivity
Vendor launches network as a service, which will give MSPs something to talk to customers about
Despite previous worries by UK government of potential threat to levelling-up agenda on broadband, corporate regulatory probe finds no issue with increase in stakeholding by long-rumoured potential buyer of UK incumbent telco
The new Native Collectors service in the cloud is an attempt by the time series database vendor to let users connect to message broker services and event streaming data.
The Wujian 600 chip development platform will help developers build systems-on-chip to support edge applications such as home robots, medical imaging and video conferencing
Each year, Computer Weekly announces the women who will be added to its Hall of Fame, a list of women recognised for their lifetime achievements in the technology sector
Utility provider Thames Water is probing the water consumption habits of datacentres within its jurisdiction, as it seeks collaboration opportunities with the server farm industry to ease pressure on supplies
Twitter’s former security head, Peiter Zatko, has alleged a number of serious cyber failures at the social media platform, raising the spectre of investigations and sanctions
Leading UK food chain confirms long-standing ISP as an accredited partner to supply its stores across the country with a bespoke connectivity offering that facilitates a delivery line of service that was not previously possible
The integration between the longtime data and analytics vendor and the upstart database vendor enables users to work with data in-database, which increases speed-to-insight.
Channel player updates investors on progress made in its fiscal H1 as it looks to build a business serving the retail sector
Most organisations have made changes to their cyber strategies and policies following Russia’s invasion, and almost two-thirds suspect they have been directly targeted or impacted by a nation-state cyber attack
Apple's executives say in-person collaboration is essential to the company's innovative culture. Employees have asked the company to rethink forced hybrid work.
Leading global communications technology provider strikes up partnership with network cabling specialist to bring benefits of optical local area network connectivity to Latin American enterprise market
Network provider announces series of enterprise-grade wired access switches to connect to modern microservices cloud and artificial intelligence platform
The leading commercial backer behind the open source Milvus database project is looking to advance the technology to build out a database for AI application workloads.
The rising popularity of low-code platforms may mark a decline for coding as a job priority, but demand is up for developers with a strong grasp of business knowledge, say experts.
Latest PPI data reveals a 3.1% month-over-month uptick for host computers and servers, while storage prices drop slightly and professional services stand pat.
The startup raised $99 million and released a new version of its open source framework, which helps enterprises scale AI workloads and projects with available resources.
Some developers view compulsory 2FA and package signing as a threat to productivity, but industry experts say such requirements are inevitable amid ongoing cyberattacks.
Massive U.S. spending on everything from new roads to wind generation is testing the ability of the government and private sector to churn out enough construction workers.
Ransomware attacks were up 47% in July compared with the previous month, according to the latest threat data from NCC Group, with the LockBit family largely to blame
Communications and IT services provider to deliver technology upgrades and SD-WAN solution to a leading global aviation services provider, connecting more than 40 onshore energy and search and rescue sites
CIISec’s annual report on the state of the security profession reveals some home truths for security leaders
Up to half of Plex’s 30 million users may have had their personal data stolen by an unknown threat actor
Dell Technologies has developed a deep learning model to speed up labelling and analysis of images of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in move to support coral reef conservation
Kaspersky researchers have shared new intelligence on two emergent cyber criminal groups that have adapted their ransomwares to target different operating systems at the same time
Meal kit company is working with cloud-based data management firm to make sense of its data after a business growth spurt
Researchers at Group-IB have published research on a major phishing campaign that ensnared victims at the likes of Cloudflare and Twilio
The need to have a good story around environmental, social and governance (ESG) is driving more mergers and acquisitions
After two years of declines in the number of girls taking the GCSE computing exam, figures out today show a rebound to 2019 levels of participation in the subject
Research from analyst Gartner illustrates how geopolitics is influencing IT strategies
Service from comms tech provider and IT giant connects smartphones to multiple network slices simultaneously
Fast-growing UK altnet signals long-term ambition to become a national broadband provider with the launch of a new Yorkshire subsidiary, while Bath-based full-fibre provider claims step-change in its mission to bring the south-west out of the digital slow lane in partnership with Adtran to enhance network with XGS-PON technology
The whistleblower report from Twitter's former security lead should provide companies and boards with lessons on how not to handle internal security concerns.
During an incident response investigation, Mitiga discovered attackers were able to create a second authenticator with no multifactor authentication requirements.
Kubernetes Pod Security Admission has reached stable status, replacing Pod Security Policies, as the core Kubernetes framework delegates advanced features to the wider community.
The return and rebranding of major crews saw the volume of ransomware attacks in July jump 47%, defying seasonal trends, according to researchers at NCC Group.
Kioxia invented NAND memory 35 years ago. At FMS, the company highlighted the technological achievements of NAND while introducing new SSDs and protocols.
Archana Manjunatha’s career in financial technology took her to the trading floors in India, where she learned the ropes of futures and options trading and the back offices of some of the world’s largest banks
Wei Li, Intel's vice president and general manager of AI and analytics, outlines how low-code/no-code AI can help developers and chimes in on the sentient AI debate.
LastPass CEO Karim Toubba said no customer data or password details were compromised, and the company does not recommend an immediate course of action to users.
Intel's storage class memory has ceased production, but the technology and the mission for cheaper, more performant storage disrupted an entire market.
E-commerce managers have dusted off a tech oldie: the PIM system, 1990s tech that predates the internet's mass adoption. The new tools, of course, are way cooler.
The layoffs come after the former CEO quit amid criticism that he and top execs dumped stock as the company's financial outlook dimmed. The AI vendor is now in downsizing mode.
ADP has upgraded its HR service capabilities, shifting more work to employee self-service. It is part of a broad industry effort to automate as much HR work as possible.
Zoom has added new Contact Center tools for supervisors and agents, giving management better insight into metrics while offering agents more ways to help customers.
The end of Amazon Care and acquisition of One Medical means Amazon is turning from employee health to direct to consumer.