A food poverty data report from the Open Data Institute shows black families and the North East of England are suffering the most
A Ukrainian delegation has met with officials from the EU’s ENISA cyber agency to explore deeper cooperation on cyber security issues
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust’s digital surgery clinic, thought to be the first in the world, will give 700 patients access to a digital platform to help them prepare for surgery and speed up recovery
Cloudflare co-founder and CEO Matthew Prince talks up what has changed since the company’s first business plan was written in 2009 and how it keeps pace with the fast-moving network security landscape
Major features in Java 19 will make it easier for Java developers to build applications that interface with non-Java code, among other capabilities in the 10th edition of the platform’s six-month release cadence
Comms tech giant intros software as a service for fixed networks portfolio line-up covering broadband and Wi-Fi controller, as well as operational tools
As more SMEs shift towards hybrid working, better broadband becomes a priority. Studies from research firm and UK comms regulator show full-fibre availability is on the increase, with almost two in five able to access services
Public sector bodies IT spend went up 10% last year, but the majority of the money went to large IT suppliers with 89% of the total spend going to so-called ‘tech titans’, according to a report from Tussell
Online home furnishings retailer Wayfair has completed a 16-month datacentre shutdown project that has seen it migrate all its applications and workloads to the Google Cloud
Securing the software supply chain, especially open source libraries, was a major theme behind the new products released at the Google Cloud Next '22 conference.
Google Cloud uses the first day of its user conference to provide an update on how its efforts to meet the data sovereignty needs of European enterprises are progressing
The statutory public inquiry into the Post Office Horizon scandal has begun phase two with a request for an adjournment amid allegations that the Post Office is failing to meet its obligation to disclose all relevant documents
The current and former Cohesity CEOs seek to bring the company to 'the next level.' Plans include melding backup and security as well as potentially going public.
Global communications and collaboration firm showcases business outcomes at leading expo and announces new strategic partnership with conversational AI provider and cloud telecoms and technology solutions company
The tech giant brings open source Apache Iceberg table format support to its BigLake data lake as it extends BigQuery support for unstructured data and Apache Spark.
Source code related to Toyota’s T-Connect service was left exposed on GitHub for over five years by a contractor
The tech giant renamed Data Studio, its primary BI platform before its acquisition of Looker, and unveiled a new enterprise version of the rebranded platform.
Telecom Infra Project hits new milestone as wireless operator expands its converged technology portfolio with new flexible Wi-Fi architecture to streamline network deployments
London and South East-based gigabit connectivity provider announces massive cash injection
Education player signals it will look beyond its core market for more opportunities in the future
The Copenhagen Pledge on Tech for Democracy highlights how tech can crumble or shore up democracy and human rights. But it lacks action and accountability, industry experts say.
Fortinet said the critical vulnerability affects three of its services -- FortiOS, FortiProxy and FortiSwitch Manager -- and urged customers to take immediate action.
The tech giant released new a translation hub aimed at business users, a computer vision feature for the Vertex AI platform, and the OpenXLA Project open source initiative.
Attackers deploying the BlackByte ransomware strain are using vulnerable drivers to target a part of the operating system that many security products rely on for protection.
A cybercriminal crew known as "LofyGang" poisoned software supply chains with bad NPM packages for more than a year, according to Checkmarx researchers.
The EEOC is on the verge of gaining a Democratic majority, something that might soon increase the scope of its lawsuits, such as how AI is used in hiring.
The company released mitigation instructions for two Exchange Server zero-days discovered late last month but had no security updates to close the flaws on the email platform.
How can hybrid teams collaborate seamlessly? Meta believes virtual reality tied to business applications is the way forward
Microsoft patched a solitary zero-day vulnerability in its latest monthly drop, but fixes for two others disclosed in the past few weeks are nowhere to be seen
France’s Supreme Court has sent a case back to the court of appeal after police failed to disclose technical details of EncroChat hacking operation
As MicroScope celebrates its 40th anniversary, we look back and wonder about what will happen next. The key theme that links all four decades is change – and that has been seen across all parts of the channel
Dual Run service from Google will be built on top of Santander technology known as Gravity
Gartner’s preliminary market data for the PC industry show the boom experienced during the pandemic is over
National nuclear-based research facility replaces inflexible cloud-based system to add agility to enable staff to collaborate more effectively in a hybrid working approach
New premium-tier extended reality platform is said to deliver 50% higher sustained power and 30% improved thermal performance to enable more immersive metaverse experiences in smaller, lighter form factors
NCSC’s latest guidance package centres supply chain security, helping medium to large organisations assess and mitigate cyber risks from suppliers
The Financial Conduct Authority is taking a closer look at how staff at banks are using WhatsApp in work
Google Cloud wants to shift workloads and applications from banks, healthcare and other industries into the cloud with a new mainframe migration service and performance tier.
At Ignite, Microsoft Dynamics 365 users get AI-based automation capabilities with emphasis on conversational intelligence for sales and customer service.
Power BI users can now safely share data and collaborate with partner and customer organizations, while new integrations with Microsoft 365 tools are now in preview.
Microsoft Syntex is a bundle of AI services for enterprise content repositories. It signals new attention devoted to SharePoint, which still has hundreds of millions of users.
Google has introduced APIs and an SDK for third-party software integrations with Workspace apps. The company also unveiled enhancements to the productivity suite.
The Alphabet Workers Union-Communications Workers of America claims contractors working in several of Google's US datacentres have been punished for demanding ‘basic’ workplace benefits
Propriety tools for fast-tracking change are sweeping the industry, with offerings from professional services giants such as Accenture and Deloitte to specialized consultancies.
Microsoft plans to release the Teams Premium add-on in February but won't launch advanced AI capabilities until later in the year. The company hasn't released pricing.
Microsoft released new features for the Azure Cognitive Services suite, as well as a Form Recognizer and Responsible AI dashboard aimed at both data scientists and business users.
Software Delivery Shield reduces security risks across the development pipeline -- but it also increases developer productivity, according to industry experts.
Climate tech success hinges on the technology's capability, the team behind the tech, and their vision for building a viable business and scaling it.
Formed from the consolidation of Telkom’s infrastructure assets, NeutraDC has set its sights on being a global player in datacentre and connectivity services
Last of the pioneer NVMe flash storage array makers, Pavilion made multiprotocol highs-speed boxes – but it seems to have run out of sources of investment and gone out of business
Deployment in South Yorkshire adds to largest independent provider’s estate as part of £8bn development plan, while fibre provider announces internal and external milestones as it clocks up 11 years in business
The Alan Turing Institute has launched the AI Standards Hub jointly with the British Standards Institution and the National Physical Laboratory, backed by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
Technology could provide the answer to the energy crisis, according to the secretary of state for business, energy and industrial strategy, as he hails tech as a way to guarantee prosperity for the country
Security leaders are eager to spend on categories including remote and hybrid cyber offerings, zero-trust network access, and cloud
Review of progress of the government’s Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review identifies 5G and full-fibre roll-out as key factors to achieve nationwide economic growth
New UK Telecoms Lab to be located in one of the UK’s fastest growing tech sectors, valued at £15.3bn, with the benefit of creating significant high-skilled, high-tech jobs
Salesforce releases Automotive Cloud, a customer sales, service, marketing and commerce platform for car and truck dealers, manufacturers and financiers.
Victims demand that the perpetrators of the Post Office Horizon IT scandal face the public inquiry
As offices have reopened and workers have returned, the printer has been one of the key tools they have missed during the pandemic
The seventh annual Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards recognise those trying to improve diversity and mental health in cyber for the first time
Acquisition of KnowBe4 supposedly reflects the success the company has seen since its spring 2021 IPO
Vendor has identified a gap that its partners can help fill for finance teams keen to move to the cloud and get more out of technology
The new release of the widely deployed and supported PostgreSQL platform integrates enhanced logging, data compression, SQL and data replication capabilities.
LockBit cybercriminals are back in action with new ransomware attacks and publicity pushes. But many other new groups saw lower levels in activity in Q3, according to Cyberint.
A startup's diversity, equity and inclusion platform raised millions in its latest funding round as employers start turning to third-party systems for help.
Cloud document management company Box chases customers with remote and hybrid workforces with its new Canvas offering and revamped Box Notes, which foster online collaboration.
Microsoft Azure's newest managed storage service, now in preview, supports demanding enterprise SANs fully in the cloud. Azure also added faster SSD storage and a performance tier.
A flaw in the API for NPM could potentially allow a threat actor to see the internal packages for corporate users -- a possible first step for a supply chain attack.
Dell dropped news at separate events this week -- one that showcased edge management software, another that showed deepening HCI ties with Azure -- but the items are connected.
The hybrid cloud offering will provide enterprises with a dedicated Alibaba Cloud region in their datacentres with multiple availability zones
Research by Imperva shows an 81% increase in cyber security incidents in Australia between July 2021 and June 2022, including automated attacks that doubled in frequency
Ross Anderson argues in a rebuttal to GCHQ experts that using artificial intelligence to scan encrypted messaging services is the wrong approach to protecting children and preventing terrorism
Leading comms tech provider finds next wave of next-gen communications well under way – but significant portion also underwhelmed by 5G services
Changed workloads during the pandemic have driven Netherlands-based mortgage lender to use AI and CCaaS technology
Advanced has revealed a total of 16 of its health and social care sector customers had their data exfiltrated in a recent ransomware attack
Fujitsu’s part in causing the extreme suffering of subpostmasters will be made clear as the IT supplier begins giving evidence at a statutory inquiry
A vulnerability in Microsoft Office 365 Message Encryption could leave the contents of emails dangerously exposed, but with no fix coming it’s up to users to decide how at risk they are
Hackney Council reveals new insight into the ongoing cost of a ransomware attack that devastated its systems two years ago
Firm seals seventh deal of the year so far as it looks to add more depth to its cyber security position
Kaspersky researchers discovered a malicious version of a widely used WhatsApp messenger mod, highlighting the risks of using so-called mods
Comms tech provider to show how 5G SA private wireless networks can augment spectator and media experience for UCI World Championships
IFS will not try to be the ERP for all companies and purposes, but it will continue to focus on providing functionality for specific industries such as manufacturing.
ESG considerations add a new dimension to IT purchasing criteria and, more broadly, could bridge the gap between business leaders and IT professionals.