Networking tech giant and local council unveil region-wide, secure, digital infrastructure to underpin transformation of public services in social innovation programme designed to boost digital skills, innovation with SMEs and access to services
With customers transitioning to the cloud, the moment is right for partners to pitch something different
Findings from a survey of CISOs, IT leaders and staffers reveal how experiencing a cyber incident may take a larger-than-thought toll on employee retention
Information commissioner John Edwards warns against complacency as his office issues a multimillion-pound fine to a building company that failed to prevent a ransomware attack
People analytics company Visier acquired Boostrs, a Paris-based skills mapping startup. It's part of an HR industrywide shift to understand employees by their skills.
NHS bodies will now merge in early January 2023, aiming to create a single statutory body for NHS data and technology
Research from UK communications regulator finds widespread use of video streaming and other bandwidth-intensive services mean people are demanding more of their broadband connections, but accessibility to ultra-fast connectivity is dependent on location
Derek Belch, founder and CEO of VR startup Strivr, is opening up its platform to accelerate corporate VR training adoption and expand content options.
The analytics vendor plans to use the capital to build up an ecosystem for analytics through new integrations and develop industry-specific applications to speed up time to value.
Java 20 will likely include useful features such as improvements to concurrency and profiling, but the incremental updates are unlikely to please everyone.
A new CISA advisory warned administrators at hospitals and healthcare providers about newly discovered ransomware variant, dubbed Daixin Team, that poses a particular threat.
Employers can expect high turnover to continue because of expanded job opportunities, thanks in part to remote work, according to Gartner analysts.
Connectivity infrastructure-as-a-service provider collaborates with leading UK connectivity provider to deliver connected bus shelters across East London borough
Amazon Web Services is planning to launch a Bangkok region, following the debut of CloudFront Edge locations and Outposts in the past two years
Companies founded in the past 20 years appear more willing to accept higher levels of fraudulent activity during the customer onboarding process, according to a report
Study predicts that operator‑billed 5G service revenue will escape the effects of inclement economic conditions and grow by 60% year on year at the end of 2023 from the $195bn expected in 2022
The global market for digital trust technology is expected to double to $537bn by 2027, up from $270bn today as demand for cyber security and other capabilities continues to grow
Berlin’s Regional Court has asked the European Court of Justice to answer questions about whether the use of hacked EncroChat phone evidence complies with European law
The UK financial services regulator is gathering information about the benefits and targets of big tech firms offering financial services
Another fiscal year ends with investors being rewarded for backing the channel player
Two Chinese nationals have been charged with attempting to obstruct the criminal prosecution of a prominent Chinese telecoms firm
Verity ES, a new spinoff from data deletion specialist Revert Inc., has emerged from stealth and is focused on platter purging for enterprise customers.
The addition to embeddable AI comes one week after IBM introduced its new AI chip. The libraries aim to make it easier for developers to use the Watson application.
Consumer electronics giant wants its global supply chain partners to follow its lead on becoming a carbon-neutral company
Retailer signs multi-year IT services contract with Tata Consultancy Services to support move to cloud-first strategy
Asian operator announces what it calls industry-first guide on open radio access network, aiming to show that such infrastructures and cloud-native networks are as secure and trustworthy as any other open cloud-based operation in any other industry
Dutch defence lawyers say in an open letter that there is a risk of unfair trials unless they are allowed to test the reliability and legitimacy of hacked cryptophone evidence
Digital surveillance is now a common feature of the UK’s post-pandemic economy, says Prospect Union, adding to growing calls for workers to be given a greater say over how technologies are deployed in the workplace
Apple’s latest patch fixes yet another zero-day, as security issues keep surfacing in its mobile products
New capabilities in Salesforce Contact Center give agents AI tools for analyzing voice conversations, AI bots for self-service and call routing, and more.
The iOS zero-day was joined by a slew of other vulnerabilities in Apple's Oct. 24 security update. The iOS 16 update contained patches for 13 arbitrary code execution flaws.
CIOs next year are likely to summon service providers, once more, into the breach as they look to overcome the skills gap and accelerate digital transformation.
Cloud security vendor Sysdig uncovered the largest cryptomining operation it's ever seen as threat actors used free account trials to shift the costs to service providers.
OpenShift now supports Kubernetes deployments from data centers to edge devices, which calls for fresh ways to scale out multi-cluster control planes.
Indian mattress supplier Duroflex has taken a leaf out of mattress design in its technology implementation to double its growth in an industry dominated by unorganised players
SAP has announced third-quarter 2022 revenue of more than €7.8bn, up 15% year on year, with cloud revenue at 42%
Firm’s CFO and designated next CEO provides an update on the channel player’s progress
Global community designed to drive infrastructure services to advance global connectivity establishes Open Fixed Access Networks sub-group – a collaboration between major industry operators to address the challenges of building and scaling access networks
UK and Japanese operators agree to cooperate to bring the benefits of open radio access networks to a wider operator and supplier community, exchanging their respective expertise and technologies
Public sector sovereign cloud provider served with winding-up order nine months after an acquisition that was intended to address a £30m funding shortfall at the firm
CEO Satya Nadella claims the public cloud is the best way to optimise business IT and address rising energy bills
Australia’s latest budget is geared towards providing better broadband connectivity in regional and rural areas, shoring up the cyber security posture of its businesses and plugging tech talent shortages, among other areas
Parliamentarians keep focus on Fujitsu’s role in the Post Office Horizon scandal with demand for pause on government contracts to the supplier
UK operator accelerates its plan to support the development of Open RAN systems, working with electronic firms in the US and Asia, and has announced plans for a 5G Open RAN commercial pilot in Germany
Ukrainian cyber experts issue a warning over the activities of the Cuba ransomware cartel
PostgreSQL database-as-a-service vendor launches a cloud service that integrates features designed to accelerate data migration from different sources.
The global IT labor shortage will persist through 2023, and to compete, employers should consider skills-based hiring and compensation, according to Gartner.
Subpostmasters should have been given the benefit of the doubt over unexplained losses, but were hounded to pay money back, with lives ruined and innocent people prosecuted
Acquia, known for its developer-centric web content management, releases more tools to ease the developer's burden in deploying content headlessly to new channels.
Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has been negatively impacted by the currency market, but its CEO remains focused on artificial intelligence
ICO warning highlights risk of ‘systemic bias’ and discrimination associated with organisations using biometric data and technologies for emotion analysis
LinkedIn has added a new feature designed to help employees develop their careers and to make it easier for recruiters to identify internal job candidates.
In this Q&A, Stephen Keys of IFS discusses why sustainability projects for organizations are complex undertakings, but the data needed to drive projects already exists.
HackerOne researchers told TechTarget Editorial that they regularly encountered months-long wait times for responses and a mediation process that rarely favors researchers.
As customer service leaders dig out from the pandemic, Great Resignation and Great Relocation, they must deal with growing volume while competing for agents.
Kasten, CloudCasa, Portworx and Trilio launched updates to their Kubernetes data protection and management platforms. Backup is critical for Kubernetes workloads in production.
Cisco Webex users now have more hybrid work features, including a new whiteboard and integration with Teams, iPhone and iPad cameras.
InfluxData updated its InfluxDB Cloud database service with a new engine, new storage and real-time data capabilities, and expanded support for SQL queries.
CISA added two Cisco AnyConnect flaws to its Known Exploited Vulnerabilities catalog, which signals active exploitation and an urgency to patch.
Victor Zhora, a key Ukrainian cybersecurity official, says Russia is acting with "no particular strategy" in its cyber attacks on his country as their military invasion drags on.
Having role models, support systems and upskilling opportunities are just some of the ways to attract and retain more women coders in the industry, according to a panel of women tech leaders and professionals
Facebook’s parent company is betting the business on a long-term strategy to move social media into the metaverse
Global community designed to drive infrastructure services to advance global connectivity establishes upgraded Testing and Validation Framework to allow accelerated deployment of open and disaggregated products
New report puts forward key recommendations that the banking sector, government and other industries could take to tackle authorised push payment fraud
Collaboration tech provider announces major updates to the Webex Suite with new collaboration device and new partnerships to expand its footprint
Health insurer Medibank Private recently suffered a major data breach involving the personal and health information of millions of customers, once again casting the spotlight on data security in Australia
Social media platform is adding a number of features and systems designed to protect legitimate users from inauthentic profiles and activity
Horizon system code writers lacked basic programming skills, according to the task force set up to investigate reported problems with the controversial software
The Department for Health and Social Care is seeking a new national CISO, who will be tasked with providing strategic cyber leadership, direction and expertise across DHSC and the wider NHS
President and CEO of HPE shares his thoughts about the past and future of the channel as MicroScope marks its 40th anniversary
Platform engineers presented at KubeCon about how new tools have helped them better hide infrastructure complexity from developers. But a paradox of choice remains.
The combination of the analytics vendor's NLP-based platform with the spreadsheet is designed to help joint customers derive insights from their data and take action.
At this week's API World, experts highlight issues with poor API documentation and suggest ways to fix it, such as ditching jargon and adopting the OpenAPI Specification.
NCSC technical director Ian Levy bids farewell, telling his successor: ‘Don’t panic’
The startup's technology aims to help enterprises liberate data from applications where it can be locked so that users can more easily get at data from multiple locations.
At SAP Spend Connect, the vendor unveiled new updates to SAP Intelligent Spend applications, including a consumer-like buying experience and a centralized procurement capability.
DCMS announces a funding boost to help the elderly, disabled and other vulnerable groups stay safe online and avoid being misled by disinformation
The Meteorological Service Singapore is getting a new Cray supercomputer to improve weather forecasting and tropical climate research
Global community designed to drive infrastructure services to advance global connectivity enters into partnership with chip giant
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has reported its slowest year-on-year rate of revenue growth since 2014 as enterprises seek to cut costs as economic uncertainty hits
Channel player’s Q3 trading update indicates that this year will be one of growth
Leading collaboration technology provider reveals what it claims is a unique functionality that can deliver a fully integrated UCaaS, CCaaS and CPaaS portfolio to improve customer experience
Istio's experimental Ambient Mesh is gathering buzz with the promise of simpler operations, but Linkerd loyalists contend that the sidecar itself isn't the real problem.
Comms operator trials new 5G drone technology to increase safety for millions of visitors at North Wales national park, delivering network coverage to remote areas and helping emergency services to respond to distress calls better
For greater API security and clearer boundaries for developers, experts at API World called for developer-focused security tools that dovetail seamlessly into their workflows.
Problems experienced during live trials of the Post Office Horizon system predicted the ‘tragedy’ that unfolded
Potential changes to Twitter's advertising and security policies are top issues for business owners who rely on the social media platform for brand visibility and sales.
The vendor recently announced a $1 billion funding extension. But despite its popularity for process mining, Celonis faces competition from more vendors entering the market.
Big tech companies aren't the only ones who should worry about repercussions from whistleblowers. CIOs from all industries should be implementing responsible tech policies.