Survey reveals negative user experiences of global travel and hospitality apps, with quarter of UK travellers reliant on apps for flights and accommodation
Telco giant claims project will be one of the largest and most complex SAP migrations ever embarked upon in Europe
Chancellor Jeremy Hunt confirms that the planned repeal of the IR35 reforms in the public and private sector is cancelled
Spending on IT and business services is declining amid economic fears, with the possibility of a further fall on the horizon
The contracting community has not taken kindly to the news that the government is rowing back its plans to repeal the IR35 reforms in the private and public sectors
UK competition watchdog unveils proposals to restrict how much Motorola can charge emergency services to use mobile radio network
Latest tranche of findings from channel watcher reveal a solid partnership between the two tiers
Cloud, connectivity and content enabler undertakes optical network capacity upgrade between key markets to scale wavelength speed by a factor of x4 to offer high-speed connectivity across subsea cable and terrestrial network links
US startup puts its software on Nvidia graphics cards to offload RAID processing and throughput of 110GBps throughput across up to 32 NVMe solid-state drives
UK fibre connectivity supplier announces launch of the managed variant of its dedicated internet access service, providing businesses with fully managed, enterprise-grade, fibre-optic internet connectivity
With the merger completed, the rebranding of the distributor takes effect across most of the world
The impact of AI-enabled automation isn't showing up in productivity data, but it is prompting businesses to upskill and reskill workers to keep up with this tech.
The usual busy week across the industry as some fresh talent is brought aboard to drive growth
The Nexus platform seeks to help clients modernize IT and could fit into EY consulting's emergence as a separate entity; other service firms move to update customers' tech stacks.
A 50/50 joint venture partnership aims to build on operator’s next-generation network with broadband firm’s industrial expertise and proven fibre-to-the-home construction capabilities, enabling gigabit connectivity to customers in Germany
BP-owned lubricant brand has unveiled the next phase in its work to accelerate adoption of immersion cooling technologies in datacentres
The tech giant's latest platform update adds capabilities designed to improve the productivity of business users and reduce organizations' reliance on IT teams.
The Oracle MySQL HeatWave service provides both transactional and analytics processing capabilities and now also lets users tap into data lake storage for queries.
Alloy, a new infrastructure platform, lets partners and Oracle-affiliated enterprises resell OCI to customers in regulated industries or at the edge.
A dereliction of duty saw subpostmaster federation ignore its members when IT problems hit and allowed the Post Office destroy their lives
Vendor’s partner programme will drive its channel towards the high-revenue areas of cloud and services
Digital trade documents will be legally recognised as part of plans to reduce paper documents and speed up processing times
Deloitte’s ongoing research into artificial intelligence adoption has found that more than 20% of organisations are underachieving in their AI ambitions
Some 96% of known vulnerable open source downloads could have been avoided altogether, according to a report
A newly disclosed Apache Commons Text vulnerability may put many at risk, but does not appear to be as impactful or widespread as Log4Shell
First fruits revealed of leading UK telco’s dedicated telecoms civil engineering robotics test facility, designed to help fibre network development
DevSecOps metrics can be helpful, but they can also steer developer and security collaboration in an unproductive direction if they are over-emphasized, practitioners said.
Data Guide features augmented intelligence capabilities designed to assist users as they surface insights from their data and reach actionable decisions.
The tech giant previewed the next major milestone for its namesake database at the CloudWorld conference, providing users with features to better work with different data models.
Oracle Alloy will enable partners such as systems integrators, telcos and other service providers to offer a full set of cloud services that can be tailored to the needs of specific markets and industries
New Oracle Cloud Infrastructure serverless offerings hide more of the gory infrastructure details from application developers to hasten software delivery workflows.
A 15-year-old unpatched vulnerability in a tarfile module for the Python programming language prompted researchers from cybersecurity vendor Trellix to take action.
Nvidia GPU chips will support Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Also, OCI users will have access to Nvidia's Enterprise AI system and Clara healthcare-specialized platform.
While the Digital Strategy for Defence seems to be going well, the National Audit Office is concerned there is no overarching plan to implement it, or a clear way of measuring whether it is on track
The government’s new National Cyber Advisory Board aims to help elevate cyber discussion and spur action in the business community
The channel has got to a size and a position where it is a serious industry in its own right – and that will have an impact on ecosystem relationships
Oracle CTO Larry Ellison put the company’s healthcare initiatives front and centre of its vision during his keynote at Oracle CloudWorld 2022 in Las Vegas
During the pandemic, IT enabled businesses to remain operational. As the economic crisis worsens, business executives are once again reaching out to CIOs
Researchers have been funded to investigate blockchain-based online voting in Greenland
Oracle is rolling out a new set of recruiting tools, including tools that will help companies run events for high-volume hiring, such as on college campuses or for seasonal retail.
Rumors of the demise of Oracle marketing, CRM and customer service turn out to be unfounded, as the company forges ahead with vertical-specific CX offerings.
Banking group establishes a sandbox where fintechs can build and test applications for Lloyds
Overall ransomware activity dropped off in the third quarter of 2022, but increasing attack volumes in September may herald a difficult few months ahead
Industry challenged at Canalys Channel Forum to do more to allow channel to sell second-hand products
Can employee experience improvement, especially in the contact center, improve the customer experience? Qualtrics wants users to measure it and find out.
Orca Security researchers uncovered a flaw in Azure Service Fabric that was fixed in last week's Patch Tuesday. It allows elevation of privilege and remote takeover of nodes.
Each year, Computer Weekly selects a number of Rising Stars in the women in tech sector, women who are making waves in the women, diversity and inclusion in tech space and may find themselves on the top 50 list in the future
Computer Weekly has revealed who is on the 2022 list of the 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech, including this year’s winner, Flavilla Fongang
The graph database vendor moves to support openCypher to attract customers unfamiliar with its GSQL query language while the industry works to develop a standard query language.
Customers at the IFS Unleashed conference showed interest in the IFS ESG module, which is intended to measure ESG data and introduce sustainability into decision-making.
Mandiant Breach Analytics for Google Cloud's Chronicle marks a new product launch from the security giant after its acquisition by Google was completed last month.
Open source-based streaming database vendor looks to expand into the cloud with a database-as-a-service platform written in the Rust programming language.
Oracle claims to have debunked the misnomer that Oracle Cloud is only good for Oracle workloads and that its efforts to support and interoperate with other platforms has been driving growth
The CRM and business process management vendor, looking to scale up, introduced new features for business users, service representatives and call center customers.
After testing Microsoft's mitigations for ProxyLogon, security researcher Orange Tsai discovered new Exchange Server bugs, including one flaw that took more than a year to fix.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore is extending its cyber security labelling scheme to medical devices to encourage medical device manufacturers to adopt a security-by-design approach to product development
Computing giant is developing an ASIC optimised for training deep neural networks, which can be plugged into a PC
Whistleblower calls for NatWest to pay the Information Commissioner’s Office annual data controller fee, as the personal details of 1,600 current and former NatWest customers remain under her bed
Shortage of cyber security professionals continues to grow and shows no signs of abating, says report
MPs will examine the impacts of artificial intelligence throughout the UK economy and how governance of the technology can be improved ahead of the government publishing its formal regulatory proposals
Four-year strategy to focus on smarter use of technology and data to make Manchester a sustainable and resilient city
IBM's Diamondback tape library delivers 27 PB of capacity in a single rack space. The technology is geared to cloud and service providers as cheap, efficient storage.
Much-criticised Australian national broadband infrastructure sees first large-scale, long-reach 5G mmWave FWA deployment in urban, suburban and rural environments
Channel Forum event concludes with a sense that although there are clouds on the economic horizon, the fundamentals for the channel are sound and the reasons for customers to keep spending still exist
With latest UK inflation figures set to see comms contracts rise, industry reacts to mitigate against worst effects of price rises for customers and staff
Microsoft criticized SOCRadar's reporting of the data leak, saying the threat intelligence vendor "greatly exaggerated" its claim that 65,000-plus entities had data exposed.
Security player’s plans to make third-party compatibility really mean something should arm managed service providers with more flexibility
The market research firm said enterprise IT spending will endure in a tough economy, but noted an emphasis on optimization, productivity gains and rooting out inefficiencies.
Storage administrators for a network of hospitals and medical offices across Idaho turn to tagging and tiering software to staunch unstructured and ever-growing healthcare data.
Questions surround GitHub Copilot's use of open source code, but it's a Supreme Court decision on Warhol's art that developers should keep an eye on, according to one legal expert.
With many VMware ESXi servers reaching end of life, users must decide to extend existing support agreements, upgrade to version 7 or -- an unlikely scenario -- switch vendors.
Federal police in Brazil arrested a person accused of being a key member of the Lapsus$ hacking group on charges related to the takedown of government websites.
FinOps features added to observability tools from Datadog and Sysdig this week reflect concerns about cloud cost management amid gloomy economic forecasts.
Symantec researchers say BlackByte ransomware may be poised to move into the elite ransomware ranks, as the group has begun developing its own custom malware tools.
Security player has continued to see high levels of channel activity among the managed service provider community
Microsoft inadvertently leaked customer data after misconfiguring an Azure Blob, but has hit out at the organisation that discovered its error, claiming it is exaggerating the scope of the issue
A UK Boeing RC-135W Rivet Joint spy plane was ordered to approach Russian territory in a Cold-War-style provocation just days after Liz Truss’s mini-budget collapsed
Operator unveils latest in next-generation infrastructure applications and technologies, including what is said to be a first in Europe – a reflective surface intended to improve network speeds and coverage inside buildings
BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, and the IT Ukraine Association have signed an MoU to deepen collaboration between the UK and Ukrainian IT sectors, and champion new partnerships and growth opportunities
Bank selects Oracle’s Cloud@Customer service to upgrade and migrate some of its database systems as part of its digital transformation
Vendor Schneider Electric vows to do its bit to help partners get up to speed on establishing a green strategy, and to help customers to meet their own ESG objectives
Global community of companies and organisations set up to drive infrastructure services to advance global connectivity announces its deployment of the first-ever distributed disaggregated backbone router internet gateway offering
Research finds flexible work policies as the leading factor that has improved company culture over the last two years, but burnout is on the rise globally and executive experience scores for overall satisfaction at work have dropped markedly
CarperAI, Scale AI and other research groups have partnered to deliver instruction-tuned language models as the NLP market grows.
The latest Windows 11 update offers a tabbed File Explorer for rearranging files and switching between folders. The OS also includes collaboration features through OneDrive.
The new Oracle B2B Commerce is aimed at easing the complexity of B2B transactions by integrating finance from JP Morgan and logistics from FedEx into the Oracle Cloud ERP platform.