A move to shed its back office image and a laser focus on data migration has been fuelling Syniti’s growth in data management
Autonomous driving consortium creates blueprint for utilisation of city infrastructure
Cloud networking provider adds to portfolio of sports arena fitouts with Wi-Fi deployments at NASCAR racetracks in the US
It’s time for the channel to update their contacts books as more personnel moves are made across the industry
App-based Zopa bank is adding a buy now, pay layer platform to its technology stack through its first acquisition
Talking around the firm’s third-quarter numbers was an opportunity to provide an update on the prospects of the vendor’s core product area
Backup and data protection specialist Veeam upgrades and rebrands, with a focus on the challenges of ransomware and rapid recovery, and a claimed 500 new functions
Pakistan’s top service provider is building open and disaggregated Wi-Fi and transport networks across communications footprint
Ofcom data shows full-fibre deployment in the UK has maintained pace over the past 12 months and is set to reach a major tipping point in the next few weeks
Rapidly growing digital backbone of Australia reveals tiers for FWA services with universally available option offering 100-130 Mbps download speed and upload speed of 8-20 Mbps
Organisations in the city-state were satisfied with the quality of their threat intelligence, but they struggled to operationalise the information due to talent shortages and other challenges
The amount of money spent using contactless payment technology continues to rise as consumers take advantage of higher allowable spending limits
HMRC stands accused of needlessly drawing out an IR35-related investigation into an engineering contractor’s tax affairs by ignoring the findings of its own Check Employment Status for Tax tool
Digital transformation platform combines edge and cloud technologies, coupled with API-first architecture and developer-friendly tools to simplify and scale the digital transformation
Online shopping makes up a quarter of all retail volumes in the first month of 2023, but retail is still rocky as the cost of living rises
The majority of CIOs face an uphill struggle getting employees in their organisations to use applications to their full potential
Just a few weeks after indicating it was starting a mid-market growth strategy, channel player Trustmarque has chosen a fresh leader to deliver on that ambition
The US Strike Force law enforcement initiative will target rogue nation-states that pose a national security threat
Oracle NetSuite’s recent SuiteConnect event in London found executives in optimistic mood about the economy and positive about synergies between the two businesses
Financial services companies in the UK lack the data skills they will need to succeed in an increasingly digital world
Global survey of 10,000 consumers finds demand for self-service channels is twice as high as current usage, and reveals a large gap between providers’ reported rates of digitisation and consumer behaviour
The number of women in tech leadership positions is growing, but the pace of change is still minimal
More than seven million people used services that harnessed open banking last year, with 1.2 million of these first-time users
Cisco and Arista's latest earnings reports show that companies are upgrading campus networks and distributing more applications across cloud and edge environments.
Royal Mail resumes the last of its international services as it recovers from a ransomware attack, while the Post Office offers postmasters compensation for their lost business
Leading European operators show how they are addressing questions and challenges raised by experts and decision-makers regarding open radio access networks, with a particular focus on maturity, security and energy efficiency
Care Plus’s IT operation went from being under NHS control to an autonomous department selling its services
While AI has developed into an important aid for making decisions, infusing data into the workflows of business users in real time is the most significant movement in BI now.
GoDaddy took nearly three months to disclose that attackers breached the company in a multi-year campaign, and customers are still in the dark about the details of the attack.
Singtel teams up with Apple’s enterprise solution partners to drive 5G adoption among retailers with industry-specific offerings aimed at improving retail operations and customer experience
According to IBM X-Force's Threat Intelligence Index report, a smaller percentage of threat actors executed a ransomware attack after gaining access in 2022 than in 2021.
Driven by North America and Europe, but with Asia-Pacific expected to catch up soon, private mobile network market defies tough economic climate and shows robust growth over the course of 2022
The Institute for Government has published a policy document warning government not to draw wrong lessons from data sharing during pandemic
A substantial number of cyber security leaders are plotting their great escape, saying the industry is leaving them too stressed to go on, according to a study
Cyber attacks are taking a heavy toll on Dutch IT professionals, with over a third reporting that their mental health suffers as a result
A group of vulnerabilities in Apple products that stem from the ForcedEntry exploit used by spyware firm NSO constitutes a whole new class of bug, say researchers at Trellix
Open source player is making it more straightforward for its channel to get their hands on its technology to help with proof of concepts and technical development
Designed specifically for telecom companies, the tool comes with prepackaged data sets and capabilities to enable quick onboarding and efficient data management and analytics.
Ministry of Justice announces tender for wide-area network to deliver secure connectivity for authorised devices at key locations and those of its service recipients
The seven-day Defence Cyber Marvel 2 exercise put cyber responders from 11 countries through their paces
MSP’s ambition to be a major UK provider of cloud and comms services to the mid-market and enterprise customer bases continues to take shape
Former Labour prime minister and former Conservative Party leader argue for a remaking of the British state to capitalise on artificial intelligence, biotech and climate tech, and reverse the country’s decline
The sandbox will see the regulator work with industry and tech startups to accelerate the development and adoption of a range of safety-related technologies, with a particular emphasis on data and analytics
Open comms technology is being tested in Romania to provide real-life experience of operational model based on integration of multi-supplier hardware and software, paving the way for wider-scale deployments
Comms tech provider bolsters MX Industrial Edge to support the increasing processing needs of Industry 4.0, and unlock future business-critical AI and machine learning OT use cases
The tech giant and LLM vendor team up as rivalry intensifies between Microsoft and Google in the generative AI war. The partnership is Amazon's response to the competition.
ChatGPT's capabilities for producing software code are limited. But researchers have observed cybercriminals bypassing the chatbot's safeguards to produce malicious content.
Hours after Horizon3.ai released a proof of concept exploit through GitHub, Shadowserver Foundation observed several IP addresses attempting to exploit the vulnerability.
The cost of implementing new HR SaaS software is on the rise as contractor wages increase. HR software prices are going up overall, requiring sharper negotiation skills.
In a panel discussion moderated by Computer Weekly, industry experts from across Asia-Pacific discussed the use cases, challenges and future developments in the internet of things
Bank platform that helps UK small and medium-sized enterprises expand export opportunities is built on cloud technology from Salesforce
Non-Oracle organisations warned to check if they comply with Java SE licensing after Oracle introduces radical changes
Analyst house Context adds its weight to the view of a pick-up in the hardware market towards the end of this year
Comms specialist has made sure it has options for partners that want to get on board with its unified communications and contact centre options
WaveLogic 6 Extreme and WaveLogic 6 Nano products designed to meet critical network provider capacity and power efficiency needs
CIOs in Australia and New Zealand are concerned about inflation and plan to adjust their technology priorities to optimise resources and combat cyber threats
Aryaka adds rich capabilities and innovations to accelerate the adoption of its cloud-based delivery for network and security services and to enable acceleration for improved application performance for increasingly hybrid workforces
Partnership sees comms tech provider deliver an initial shipment of 24,000 5G radios
Employers are putting soft skills -- such as management, leadership and communication -- as their top learning and development priority, according to LinkedIn.
A GraphQL API management company is on track for an official launch in the coming months, despite a year of massive challenges for its developer team in Ukraine.
An older Black man with a disability is accusing Workday's technology of hindering his pursuit for employment, claiming its AI is biased. Workday says the lawsuit has no merit.
WithSecure’s Activity Monitor technology supposedly overcomes the shortcomings of sandbox test environments, and may be able to stop ransomware attacks from ever happening
Japanese technology giant launches platform claimed to achieve top-level long-distance transmission capacity of 1.2 Tbps while delivering 60% reduction in CO2 emissions
The digital case management system was rolled out without adequate assurance it was robust enough to be deployed, and is having a ‘detrimental impact on courts’, the National Audit Office has found
The LockBit ransomware gang has made good on its threat to leak data exfiltrated from Royal Mail’s systems, but the postal service is not entertaining the possibility of giving in
Teradata’s cloud-first strategy is starting to pay off, with the company reporting its strongest cloud earnings to date in the fourth quarter last year
A culture of retention around biometric data in UK policing is damaging public trust, says UK biometrics commissioner, who is calling for clear regulation to govern police use of biometric technologies
LoRa/IoT technology developer launches what it calls world’s first small cell with integrated core network featuring 5G and LTE radio, LTE/5G core network, and edge computing capabilities
Channel alerted to disconnect between employers’ views of tech success and disappointed staff responses
Amazon’s cloud arm has seen several high-profile departures leave its sustainability teams, but the company denies its hiring freeze is stalling efforts to help AWS customers bring their carbon emissions down
Brussels presents set of actions aimed to make gigabit connectivity available to all EU citizens and businesses across EU by 2030
A growing number of enterprise Kubernetes users presents an opportunity for CloudCasa, currently a division of Catalogic, with business independence as the path forward.
AI technology has made it easier for lawyers to do their job effectively. The emergence of generative AI is no exception. But lawyers who use this tool must do so responsibly.
CRM and CX giant Salesforce is plagued by an activist investor, slower business growth and pressure to increase profit margins with layoffs as the CRM market gets more competitive.
Trailing rivals Microsoft and Google, the Facebook parent company plunged into the surging large language model market with its own powerful interactive AI chatbot, Llama.
Corporate users looking to implement OpenAI's ChatGPT internally likely need to upgrade infrastructure with a massive number of GPUs.