SoftIron claims its technology stack fully automates the provisioning of storage, compute, networking and infrastructure services, providing a fully functioning, multi-tenant cloud
Matthieu Audibert, officer of the French Gendarmerie’s cyber space command, gets into a spat with defence lawyers on Twitter over the lawfulness of evidence from the hacked phone network EncroChat
Chinese comms tech provider unveils new concept in next-generation mobile communications with set of solutions designed to facilitate the evolution of all bands to 5G infrastructure
The alliance between Westcoast and Komsa will create an operation that covers the UK, Ireland, France and Germany
National centre for accelerating the deployment and adoption of 5G in Scotland and realising its economic and societal potential unveils latest hub in Ayrshire in partnership with Vodafone and HALO
Market watcher Gartner is predicting strong overall growth for the worldwide public cloud market, but warns that any tightening of overall IT budgets could hit its forecast
OpenSSL trailed a critical vulnerability patch last week, which will be only the second such flaw ever found in the open source encryption project. Unfortunately, the first was Heartbleed
BT Group mobile division deploys Swedish comms tech provider’s Massive MIMO radio equipment across key UK sites, accelerating 5G deployment
Another busy week in the industry as moves are made to gain expertise to support growth
A study of data management decision-makers suggests collaboration will play an important role in evolving enterprise machine learning, but a partner's proven experience will be key.
In today's workplace, many employees avoid co-workers they don't agree with politically, and also work to resist business efforts to deploy DEI policies.
Survey reveals that UK homeworkers suffer most in Europe from a poor working experience, in turn leading to knock-on negative effect in customer experience due to lack of space
Elastic has been doubling down on the security and observability capabilities of its open-source platform, going beyond its roots in enterprise search
The NCSC ramped up its support for UK plc in the past 12 months, but it was events beyond the UK’s borders that proved the most impactful
Warwick and Leamington Spa added to growing list of gigabit broadband-enabled communities covered by UK’s largest independent full-fibre platform
Storage vendor NetApp launches a free web service aimed at providing on-premises hardware or SaaS customers visibility into their hybrid cloud infrastructure.
Nearly a third of UK security leaders are considering leaving their current role, and more than half are struggling to keep on top of their workload
Chinese giant trumpets green benefits on its Arm processor hardware with OceanStor Dorado V6 range, which offers huge capacities and performance at the high end
Cisco's cybersecurity track equips students for entry-level positions, including cybersecurity technician, junior cybersecurity analyst, and tier 1 help desk support role.
Latest update on progress of broadband roll-out guarantees from April to September 2022 shows worrying signs that as the cost-of-living crisis rolls on, swathes of the UK population could be priced out of gaining acceptable broadband
The latest MSP survey from Datto shows that fear of rivals has continued to be a market theme
BlueXP gives customers monitoring and control over all NetApp storage on-site and in multiple clouds. Meanwhile, its Ontap OS has added S3 object storage access
HPE added another software and service option with the new ProLiant servers featuring GreenLake, improved security software and Nextpoint services.
After a six-month trial, the results are in and the benefits of working a four-day week are clear for Highgate IT Solutions
Veritas Alta looks to bring the full suite of Veritas Technologies backup products into the cloud with SaaS purchasing options and a new suite of management tools.
An open source project is aiming to upend how storage architecture runs, but for developers to see potential gains, they'll have to invest in both hardware and software.
The CDC technology vendor expanded the reach of its real-time data integration platform that provides event data streaming to keep data moving to where it's needed.
DevSecOps vendors such as GitLab and Palo Alto's Prisma Cloud embrace security AI throughout the software development lifecycle, as IT trust in AI grows.
The OpenSSL Project released version 3.0.7 Tuesday to address a pair of high-severity buffer overflow vulnerabilities in the widely used cryptography library.
‘Hardball’ negotiations between the government, the Post Office and ICL meant subpostmasters were ignored and thrown into a tragedy that could have been averted
With the addition of 12 new areas to its gigabit broadband network, Bath-based UK altnet expands full-fibre network access to parts of home city and regions of South Gloucestershire and North Somerset
Report from Virgin Media O2 Business finds almost half of medium-sized businesses want more IT support to help drive their business ambition and with such firms’ employees only spending a quarter of their time in the office, cutting-edge tech is needed to help them collaborate and work smarter
Alibaba Cloud launches a cloud-powered laptop that will enable mobile workers to crunch compute-intensive workloads without the need for more powerful machines
As previously trailed, OpenSSL patched two buffer overflow vulnerabilities, neither of them as impactful as had been feared
Channel player makes it clear that it is going to be dipping into the acquisition market in the next few years
Westminster has revealed for the first time the existence of a previously top-secret security programme that has been helping Ukraine fend off Russian cyber attacks
Cloud storage service says malicious actors successfully accessed some of its code within GitHub, but insists customer data is secure
Labour’s digital and technology plans focus on reining in the power of the tech giants, boosting connectivity across the UK, and improving online safety
As enterprise IT shifts from full-stack DevOps to platform engineering, IT automation tools reinvented for the Kubernetes era can reduce toil for operators.
Vendors Cynet, Palo Alto and Noname Security are using programmes and training to keep momentum going across their respective channel bases
Focus is on providing the channel with the opportunity to provide the support customers are searching for
Twilio's new customer engagement platform merges Flex customer service and messaging with the Segment customer data platform.
Trilio's 3.0 upgrade for its TrilioVault for Kubernetes includes general availability of Continuous Restore and added support for Red Hat OpenShift.
The data intelligence vendor, which aims to help enterprises organize data with data catalog technology, sees fundraising success and market demand for its platform.
A new report from the U.S. Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network showed an increase in businesses reporting ransomware attacks in the second half of 2021.
Digital leaders in the UK have growing concerns about attracting and retaining talent, with many saying a lack of talent is standing in the way of change
Firms that commit to a single cloud provider and a lack of investment in improving developer productivity can drive up costs and slow down the pace of change, technology leaders say
Countries sign memorandum of cooperation to share ideas and strategies on digital government initiatives
Representatives of 36 countries, as well as the EU, attended the second International Counter Ransomware Initiative Summit in Washington DC
A report by the NHS AI Lab and Health Education England calls for all health and care staff to receive training in artificial intelligence as the technology will be increasingly adopted in healthcare practice
Russian consumers and businesses could face a shortage of IT equipment including PCs and software
Threat actors targeting retailers during the coming holiday season are increasingly turning to automated forms of cyber attack, according to a report
Consumer reviews website Trustpilot has built and scaled its IT security team and is now turning to agile methods and DevSecOps to further enhance its cyber capabilities
After ‘building and connecting like fury’, UK incumbent telco claims to be remaining on the front foot in current turbulent times and nears nine million mark in fibre deployment
The database vendor has steadily advanced its core database technology in 2022 with JSON and Trino support and is now building out a new database-as-a-service platform.
Former Post Office tech leader tells public inquiry that confirmation bias led to hundreds of subpostmasters being prosecuted for financial crimes without proper investigation
The bank itself is making ML a key part of its digital transformation strategy, deploying the technology to locate aberrations, detect fraud and support marketing.
Microsoft will continue to offer free-of-charge technology support to Ukraine for the foreseeable future
Q3 numbers show further signs that the business is pivoting towards a software and services driven business
The new integration platform as a service joins data preparation and cataloging capabilities in one place, enabling organizations ready their data in real time for analysis.
The startup has built a new platform that lets organizations more easily scale and accelerate database queries in the cloud without adding more infrastructure.
Pegasystems CTO Don Schuerman believes the cure for AI's ethical issues lies in broad data inputs, being sensitive to biases and algorithms that make explainable decisions.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order on a long-awaited European Union-U.S. Data Privacy Framework last month, giving companies legal clarity for data transfers.
ServiceNow rolled out applications for the Now Platform that assists IT shops with organizational productivity planning and building flexible hybrid work environments.
October ransomware disclosures and public reports tracked by TechTarget Editorial increased from previous months, with notable attacks on education and healthcare organizations.
Managed service provider of open source databases and data platforms Aiven grew its business in Asia-Pacific by over 100% over the past year, and is now building new capabilities in data warehouses and other areas
UK comms provider publishes third-quarter results highlighting accelerated Ebitda growth since merger of mobile telco and cable operator
Course focuses on the leadership skills needed to design, resource and implement a data strategy that will enable organisational change
Cabinet Office joint venture with Ark Data Centres secures a second term providing colocation services to the government
Global satellite operator continues to benefit from its pivot away from video and to business connectivity, reporting a positive third quarter but continued revenue decline for its video business
As satellite broadband industry rockets, report from Commons Science and Technology Committee criticises government’s failures in key technical areas and continues to question value to taxpayer of OneWeb joint venture
Security tops the list of areas where users will invest in the next 12 months
The willingness of nation-state actors to conduct destructive cyber attacks is a source of grave concern, as Microsoft’s latest annual Digital Defence Report lays bare
New Twitter owner Elon Musk has begun the process of cutting the company’s workforce in half, but is already facing a legal backlash for allegedly violating US labour laws
The Data Lab’s Data Summit majored on the ethical use of data, and featured Scottish government minister Tom Arthur, science broadcaster Hannah Fry, and Nasa chief science data officer Kevin Murphy
Move for Sungard Availability Services’ Recovery Services business and Sungard AS’s Cloud and Managed Services business adds to a growing number of deals struck this year
Advice from HR about AI in the workplace can be summed up in one word: Relax. They see AI taking over admin burdens, freeing up employees for other work. But some remain concerned.
The Yanluowang ransomware operation appears to have shut down for the time being after an anonymous individual published a series of internal code and chat leaks.
Even as enterprises invest in AI technology, they are not applying it strategically, although they attempt to change their operations to become more focused on technology.
TechTarget Editorial sat down with Honeywell's Paul Griswold and Jeff Zindel to discuss the rapid growth and evolution of the operational technology cybersecurity industry.
Go Day 2022 highlights include possible Go updates to tackle compatibility, security and developer pain points such as for-loop scoping. But Golang 2 will never happen.
While Musk is facing legal and business challenges since taking over Twitter, it's not likely that his content moderation policies will trigger any changes to federal laws.
Hiring and advertising for tech jobs increased last month, according to U.S. data. But so did technical consulting jobs -- a possible sign of weakening full-time hiring.