The majority of software spending in Thailand during the first half of 2022 went into applications followed by infrastructure software and development tools, according to IDC
Contractors have cited the IR35 reforms as being their biggest concern in 2023, ahead of the cost-of-living crisis and the government’s planned tax rises
Pervasive connectivity delivered via satellite accommodates Middle East telco’s 5G backhaul requirements over remote areas across the region
IT leaders in European organisations are facing a shortfall in their IT budgets this year, but the situation is expected to improve after 2024
The past few weeks of the year had an impact on the performance of distributors across Western Europe
The number of cash withdrawals increased last year, for the first time in 13 years, but remains below the pre-Covid-19 figure
Some household names, including IBM and RM, were among those recruiting fresh talent in the past week
DEF CON said it wasn't the only infosec conference to receive code-of-conduct complaints about Chris Hadnagy, claiming Black Hat USA removed him from its review board.
India’s Open Government Data platform has paved the way for new applications and services, but concerns around data quality and privacy remain
Leading Indian operator enhances infrastructure with authentication, authorisation and accounting solution to expand data offerings through plans based on speed, validity and fair usage policy
Many organisations have struggled to find tech talent over the past year, leading them to consider alternative ways to attract skilled workers
Research warns that as analogue switch-off approaches, only 15% of SMEs and 20% of large businesses have plans in place to migrate to an alternative technology
Singapore telco StarHub is deploying a hybrid cloud architecture that will enable it to launch sovereign cloud services, among other capabilities
To help more women return to the STEM sector after a career break, Entain and McLaren F1 have launched a programme of work, coaching and networking
Royal Mail CEO Simon Thompson apologises to customers whose businesses are being disrupted by a ransomware attack and promises a ‘workaround’ will be in place in the near future
Peer-to-peer lender cuts 14% of its workforce amid a rise in interest rates limiting the popularity of lending services
Cyber accreditation association Crest International has lent its support to the CyberUp campaign for reform to the Computer Misuse Act of 1990
Orca Security, which discovered the Azure flaws, warned enterprises to be aware of SSRF attacks, which can result in a threat actor accessing or modifying sensitive data.
A government-backed scheme to provide power-hungry businesses with discounts on their energy bills does not include datacentres, but industry watchers claim that's not necessarily a bad thing
The detection and response specialist has been focusing on channel recruitment and is now moving into the next stage of enabling those partners to increase growth
Payments infrastructure firm Paddle downsizes as Covid-19-generated business boost runs out of steam
Research from BT Business reveals three-quarters of British entrepreneurs feel they couldn’t run a business without reliable broadband and mobile connectivity
A whitepaper produced by brand protection specialist Corsearch calls on Cloudflare to do more to stop online content piracy and sales of counterfeit goods
After responding to a question about the cost of the government’s repeal of the IR35 reforms and its subsequent U-turn on the decision, the financial secretary has come under fire for claiming no additional costs were incurred by its flip-flopping
Specialist international capacity provider and optical network technology provider announce commercial availability of ultra-high throughput along 15,840km network
Telco’s Business Services division selected by global coffee company to secure end-to-end connectivity offerings for more than 120 locations worldwide
SaaS CI/CD vendor CircleCI urged customers to rotate all secrets data, the latest of several security breaches weighing on SecOps pros charged with responding.
Research highlights potential of what it calls “exciting and rapidly developing” global market for optical communications terminals driven by NGSO broadband constellations
Aruba is planning to expand its product portfolio, make deeper inroads into datacentres and drive adoption of network as a service, among other efforts to tap opportunities in the networking market
While the latest spending forecast from Gartner shows continued growth in enterprise IT spending, how budgets are invested is set to change
US-based Cumulus Data has completed the powered shell infrastructure of its datacentre campus, which will be directly fed nuclear power from a neighbouring plant
Print player cuts the ribbon on two centres established with platinum partners to increase services for customers
The board set up to monitor the compensation scheme for Post Office scandal victims agrees goal of returning them to the financial position they would be in had the scandal never happened
The Ukrainian authorities responded to more than 2,000 major cyber incidents during 2022, and are blocking thousands more potential attacks every day
Noting ever-increasing consumer bandwidth demands and the need to support applications such as the metaverse, operator announces demo of new FTTH technology to offer new business services on same network as home connectivity
Datacentre resiliency think tank Uptime Institute claims cost pressures and unmet expectations around cloud benefits may lead some enterprises to pause or slow down their migration plans this year
Organisations are looking to cut costs while still innovating with IT, and CIOs and CTOs are worried how staff will cope
Oracle and the CBI are seeing much the same picture of cautious technology investment of UK businesses in 2023, in the context of long Covid and the energy price inflation crisis
Consolidation in the channel continues at pace with three deals being announced within the past 24 hours
Home Office commissions independent review of the Investigatory Powers Act, known as the snoopers’ charter. It will include a review of bulk datasets and government access to internet connection records held by phone and internet companies
Leading north of England water provider reveals partners for its advanced customer metering programme to reduce leakage, improve services and help customers save money on their bills
Dell has delivered versions of its PowerEdge servers using Intel's 4th Gen Xeon Scalable processors and AMD's EPYC chips.
New York City's new automated employment decision tool law, designed to root out AI bias in hiring, is having trouble getting off the ground.
LastPass disclosed a breach last month in which a threat actor stole personal customer information, including billing addresses and encrypted website login details.
Microsoft's layoff of 10,000 workers follows a similar tech industry pattern: rapid employment growth during the COVID-19 pandemic, followed by a relatively modest cutback.
The tech giants are quickly evolving their technologies aimed at the brick and mortar commerce market, with new software for smart store analytics, CX and retail associates.
HPE released new storage servers for container and software-defined storage with the Alletra 4000. The new servers bring high compute with new Intel CPUs in a denser package.
Gartner's global IT spending forecast reflects diverging economic trends as does U.S. inflation data, which shows a drop in professional services costs and an uptick for storage.
Russian national Anatoly Legkodymov is accused of using Bitzlato to process more than $700 million in illicit cryptocurrency transactions, including ransomware payments.
The UK’s NCSC has been hosting Ukrainian cyber security leaders for a round of bilateral talks on improving resilience
Consumer expectations of chatbots in Asia-Pacific have risen in tandem with improved performance of AI applications over the past year, a study has found
Leading IoT provider for asset tracking teams with owner of low-Earth orbit nanosatellites constellation under 5G protocol to support at-sea connectivity
The Swedish government has launched a four-year plan which will help to digitally transform the country’s public sector
Delays to UKSV’s important work in safeguarding the country’s national security are in part down to a legacy IT estate in dire need of modernisation, says the NAO
Live facial-recognition technology should not be used by police in Newham until biometric and anti-discrimination safeguards are in place, according to a motion passed unanimously by the council, but the Met Police and the Home Office have indicated they will not suspend its use
Under UK government amendments to the Online Safety Bill, video footage that shows people crossing the Channel in a ‘positive light’ could be added to a list of illegal content that all tech platforms must proactively prevent from reaching users, while senior managers could face further criminal sanctions
Email marketing service Mailchimp has suffered its third data breach in a year, but has been praised for being open about its latest attack
Latest contract in UK government’s Project Gigabit programme given to Wildanet to deliver ultra-fast broadband in south-west and mid-Cornwall connecting nearly 20,000 hard-to-reach homes and businesses
The amount of money stolen by fraudsters and cybercriminals in the UK saw a huge increase in 2022
A ransomware attack on Yum! Brands, the parent organisation of restaurants including KFC and Pizza Hut, was forced to shut approximately 300 outlets in the UK following a ransomware attack by an unspecified group
Royal Mail has resumed limited international services after putting in place operational workarounds to bypass the impact of a ransomware attack
Managed service player wants to become known for security, and has made an acquisition to support that ambition
Amid data growth, cloud complexity and demand for advanced automation, the data pipelines developed to satisfy the appetites of AI apps also serve observability tools.
Vendor reveals research looking into attitudes of Generation Z towards improving levels of digital skills
Gartner lowered its forecast for IT spending to 2.4% over 2022. The firm expects CIOs to be more cautious and delay some purchases while riding out the economic uncertainty.
Leading global communications platform boosts European fibre infrastructure with a new fibre route to link up two major French cities, supporting traffic growth and making it easier and more secure for enterprises to send traffic to the rest of Europe and the US
Ransomware payments dropped significantly this past year, falling more than 40% from 2021, according to new research from blockchain analysis firm Chainalysis.
The acquisition will let customers apply machine learning to real-time events. It is a natural step toward AI technology for the vendor as it looks to stay competitive.
AI vendor AI21 Labs' Wordtune Spices is a writing assistant that provides users with different text options and links to sources so that writers know where the information is from.
Fake product reviews can be harmful not just to consumers, but to businesses if their product is negatively targeted by bad actors.
The Irish Data Protection Commissioner has fined WhatsApp, owned by Meta, in a case that will raise questions for organisations that rely on contracts rather than consent to comply with GDPR when offering behavioural advertising
Consultancy’s predictions for the coming 12 months highlight challenges from macroeconomic headwinds, complex capital funding, sustainability and the transformation towards more tech-centric models
As the customer landscape shifts, Ocado reports year-on-year revenue growth in the last quarter of 2022, bolstered by a successful Christmas
Containerised modularised backup services will allow integration with third-party systems and backup storage unified onto S3 object storage for cost and analytics purposes
The worsening economic climate is leading to job cuts across the IT sector, with Microsoft only the latest to announce thousands of layoffs - but CIOs will still struggle to find the talent they urgently need
Annual report shows secular trend to the cloud and increased use of containers, but prevalence of ransomware attacks means digital transformation is hindered
Bontaz used to face regular IT outages that took too long to recover from. Then it got DataCore software-defined storage and the ability to rapidly recover from downtime
The vendor purchased SnowConvert, a set of tools designed to automate some of the onerous coding work required to migrate data out of on-premises databases to the cloud.
Arcserve's Unified Data Protection 9.0 adds better recovery for Microsoft SQL and Oracle databases and a multi-tenancy console, and paves the way for future cloud integrations.
Citing economic concerns, Google's parent company, Alphabet, is laying off 12,000 employees. That puts the total number of tech layoffs in 2023 at more than 30,000.
Barclays Eagle Labs incubator to take over Tech Nation’s role in administering UK government digital growth grant amid backlash from startup ecosystem
Forecasts from Canalys around the prospects for the year ahead make it clear partners have a crucial role to play in delivering security technology
T-Mobile said a threat actor first began using an API in November to obtain the personal data of 37 million customer accounts, though no financial data was affected.
In this Q&A, Schneider Electric's Michael Lotfy discusses why and how organizations need to step up efforts to reduce CO2 emissions to meet carbon reduction targets.
AI-powered automated inventory tracking systems aren't perfect. However, retailers with high rates of lost sales from missing items in stores could still achieve a decent ROI.
The California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act goes into effect in 2024, meaning businesses with users under the age of 18 should start preparing to comply soon.