Dell’s NativeEdge platform could make it easier to deploy and manage edge computing applications and infrastructure through validated designs for industry-specific applications use cases
Progress Software releases a patch for a second MOVEit Transfer issue, which was uncovered by third-party security specialist Huntress Security during post-incident code scanning
Global corporates will spend over $200bn in 2028 as the technology is used to help organisations in more industries comply with complex regulations.
KDDI to deploy Telecom Infra Project distributed disaggregated backbone routers to carry live internet traffic to help reduce power consumption
The UK prime minister used his speech during London Tech Week to discuss funding tech, attracting talent and AI safety
Canalys survey indicates that the issue is a priority for the global channel, but some have moved faster than others
Nordic operator and leading comms tech provider claim successful launch of in-service software upgrade capability dual-mode 5G Core solution that powers live production 5G standalone network
A number of personnel moves across the industry have caught our eye over the past week
Veeam leaders break down how cybersecurity issues have changed the data protection conversation. The discussion also details future plans, such as in SaaS backup and potential IPO.
AI Cloud houses the Einstein GPT Trust Layer with generative AI safety features, including data masking to remove personal information from data sent to large language models.
Communications regulator Ofcom says data on employees and regulated communications companies was stolen by the Clop gang
As the market environment rapidly changes and grows substantially, leading satellite operator’s chief executive announces departure
The cost of Apple Vision Pro, its new AR/VR product, might inhibit enterprise adoption. But the hands-free platform, controlled by gestures, could drive new types of content.
Security vendors say SQL injection flaws, like the zero-day vulnerability recently disclosed by Progress Software, can be challenging for companies to identify and resolve.
There are a number of lessons policy-makers should take away from the use of apps developed as part of the Covid-19 response
The vendors will integrate Hexagon's reality capture technology and Nexus manufacturing platforms with Omniverse, Nvidia's system for developing and creating metaverse apps.
Newly published guide on appropriate use of language in cyber security aims to help make the profession more inclusive for all
UK West Country Fire and Rescue Service to use next-gen routers to provide continuous connectivity to its 21 service stations, allowing its 600-plus firefighters to undertake their duties effectively and protect 1.1 million population
The government has published the results of its long-awaited consultation into the inner workings of the umbrella market, and followed it up with another one that seems to suggest sector regulation is moving one step closer
The open source hardware and software system on a chip specification has recognised the need to coordinate low-level software development
Research highlights the impact skills shortages are having on the ability of enterprises to hit their multicloud goals
Across use cases, particularly industrial and enterprise, early metaverse adopters report benefits more often than companies still in the planning phase, with capex reduction and sustainability showing largest difference
HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC) Making Tax Digital programme, which is running several years behind schedule, is expected to cost five times more than planned, National Audit Office (NAO) report finds
Cloud player delivers full-year numbers and CEO comments on a strategy of making selective acquisitions
Diminutive snapshots, a new alert system and code improvements empower the software of HCI vendor VergeIO against ransomware attacks in its latest release.
Customer expectation has been on the rise, both on and offline, and no-code automation firm Primer finds there are several reasons why consumers are choosing not to checkout
A new update to Ctera's file gateway offering adds ransomware protection into the file system itself, protecting data with AI-powered detection and alerts.
With its new AI Cloud and built-in Einstein GPT Trust Layer, The CRM and CX vendor is investing in generative AI technology and adding data security and privacy features.
Labour leader sees a need for a broad regulatory framework and a frank discussion with business to inform policy around job losses arising from artificial intelligence
Payments fintech unicorn GoCardless will cut its workforce in the UK as part of a 15% reduction in its global workforce
Quocirca research indicates there are hurdles holding back users from committing to cloud printing, but Brother reports that the cloud-printing side of the business is expanding healthily
More than 10,000 people who had their data stolen and leaked in a ransomware attack on the Arnold Clark car dealer network have signed up to a group legal action after facing elevated amounts of fraud
Secure access service edge platform provider claims network throughput record, achieving 5Gbps on a single encrypted tunnel with all security inspections enabled
Online bank moves to a software-as-a-service core banking platform to ‘leapfrog’ in-house development
Accenture is planning to add thousands of AI experts to its workforce as part of a $3bn investment in its data and artificial intelligence practice
UK authorities announce scheme to improve connectivity across the country, with satellite-based service kicking off in Scottish islands, a new smart street furniture programme and an agreement with Australia to increase telecoms diversity
Against a backdrop of the Scottish government continuing to court datacentre developers, Host In Scotland publishes report flagging 20 sites that are ripe for development
Partners launch specialized offerings and practices to address enterprise customer demand, citing generative AI's innovation and optimization potential.
Following Microsoft's strategy, the big tech vendor allied with a startup to get into the generative AI market. It plans to integrate the services with business applications
VMware said the ESXi flaw was 'low severity' despite being under active exploitation because it requires the attacker to already have gained root access on the target's system.
Fortinet said the heap buffer overflow flaw might have been exploited already and warned that Chinese nation-state threat group Volt Typhoon would likely attack the vulnerability.
While successful use of modern BI remains elusive for many organizations, those that derive value from their data share common traits, such as executive buy-in.
A new DevSecOps service links AWS security code scanning to third-party pipeline tools, potentially a shot at GitHub Copilot that increases overlap with AWS SAST partners.
At re:Inforce 2023, AWS launched a new service that allows customers to connect to their EC2 instances through SSH and RDP connections, removing the need for a public IP address.
Microsoft's plans for upcoming security hardening in Kerberos and Netlogon protocols will have admins busy with testing over the next several weeks.
Retailers, hotels and travel-related organisations in the region saw over a billion cyber attacks last year amid the surge in e-commerce activity and online travel bookings
Machine learning engineer Saurabh Agarwal talks up his career journey in artificial intelligence and what it takes for one to succeed in the field
Banks are missing out on additional revenues through payment services because they are stuck with inflexible legacy payments systems.
Comms tech provider claims industry first in accelerating the availability of Cloud RAN advancements, enabling improved network capacity, performance and energy efficiency
Google Cloud is continuing to make in-roads into the UK public sector after signing MoU with The Defence Science and Technology Laboratory
A seven-day deadline set by Clop for victims of its latest attack to contact it to arrange payment passes today
TSB is the latest bank to demand more action from social media sector in helping to reduce online fraud
On the face of it, Microsoft’s monthly round of updates is a lighter-than-usual load for security teams, with no zero-days in evidence, but there are still plenty of issues needing attention
Flash storage specialist allows customers lower entry point to less costly quad-level cell flash in file and block access FlashArray//E as part of move towards all-flash in the datacentre
The smart meter roll-out, which is one of the biggest infrastructure projects in the UK, is facing a number of long-term technical challenges
Pure Storage added a new, cost-efficient model to its FlashArray line expanding potential uses cases. It's also rolling out new controller upgrades and data protection SLAs.
Data erasure specialist Blancco outlines a fresh partner programme and ambitions to significantly increase its enterprise business
Distributor has had a busy few days with fresh vendor signing and taking a stake in a Turkish business
The European Union’s AI Act will ban the use of artificial intelligence to profile people based on race or gender and prohibit use of biometric identification in public spaces
HashiCorp Vault's appeal to a broader field of users gets a boost from a new entry-level cloud service, while a new Boundary Enterprise targets the high end of the market.
A £50m deal to replace the Action Fraud service has been handed to PwC and Capita, which is facing investigations over its handling of customer data in a ransomware incident
Increasing cooperation between the U.S. and EU on global tech standards will enable rather than hurt competition with China, experts argue.
By acquiring the access control specialist, the data management vendor hopes to better enable users to ensure data security amid the growing complexity of their data operations.
The Clop ransomware gang, which claimed responsibility for multiple data breaches tied to the MoveIT Transfer flaw, said it would delete data stolen from government agencies.
While the European Union tries to get in front of how companies use AI by adopting regulatory measures, the U.S. could take a different tack -- litigation.
At the SHRM conference this week, the increased use of AI, especially generative AI, in HR was a major focus. Discussions centered on skills, regulation and use cases.
Australia’s national broadband network operator plans to tap renewable energy and roll out energy-efficient fibre as part of its longer-term target to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050
Après avoir commercialisé le NAS FlashBlade//E au prix d’une baie de disques durs, Pure Storage décline sa recette à une baie SAN FlashArray//E. Elle offre 4 Po de capacité dans seulement 5U.
Study by Tata Consultancy Services confirms enterprises from across the UK and Ireland are continuing to invest in cloud, and see doing so as the gateway to future innovation
Leading telcos come together to create UK’s third large-scale UK operator designed to level competitive playing field and increase competition to UK’s two leading converged operators
Winners of this year’s GetIT competition, designed for introducing girls to the world of STEM, have been announced
The department has begun a consultation looking at the role of generative artificial intelligence in education
Halfway into its plan to give the country a makeover by 2030, Saudi Arabia’s emphasis on technology is starting to pay off
The Climate Tech Supercluster has been launched to aid the growth and development of the green tech startup scene in university towns across the UK and Europe
Clop uploaded details of 12 new victims to its dark web leak site late on 14 June, many of them likely linked to the ongoing MOVEit cyber attack
Although its activity volumes have been lower of late, LockBit is still a highly dangerous ransomware gang and is now the subject of a new international cyber advisory
In her speech at London Tech Week, Smith launched funding to support a series of AI initiatives, including creating a research and innovation ecosystem for trustworthy and responsible AI, and developing AI technologies to help the UK reach its net-zero targets
The role of disties in driving technological change was the central theme at the Global Technology Distribution Council’s EMEA Summit
Intelligence from Mandiant links exploitation of a flaw in a subset of Barracuda ESG appliances to a previously untracked China-nexus threat actor
Survey shows connected device usage on the rise in the US, with 5G a catalyst for driving smartphone upgrades during the past year. Yet inflation and the global cost-of-living crisis are making consumers take a cautious approach to spending
The British Board of Film Classification has embarked on an exploratory piece of work to see how artificial intelligence could assist with classifying content
The vendor unveiled tools aimed at improving engineering efficiency, one enabling data engineers to more easily fix code and another enabling code generation with natural language.
Mobile technology giant unveils suite of artificial intelligence-based platforms focused on collaboration devices to accelerate design and deployment of variety video-conferencing product
The metaverse hype has died down, but new advancements in virtual reality technology like Apple's new headset are regenerating some interest.
Efforts to establish SBOM standards and guidance have progressed, but unanswered questions persist -- including how the federal government plans to enforce its own requirements.
Mandiant said the zero-day attacks on Barracuda Email Security Gateway appliances were part of a 'wide-ranging campaign in support of the People's Republic of China.'
The new NetSuite Account Reconciliation module provides intelligence and automation for NetSuite ERP customers, allowing improved account matching and shortening account closings.
The U.S. government's latest inflation reading shows moderating hardware prices, which spiked in mid-2022. Cloud costs, however, have been moving in the opposite direction.
The update includes a tightened connection to Salesforce aimed at making it easier for joint customers to work with their customer data. The update also provides more functions.
Lenovo is investing $1bn over three years to expand its artificial intelligence infrastructure offerings, including services to help organisations deploy and tap AI capabilities in a responsible manner
Pure storage renouvelle ses baies FlashArray//X et //C avec des contrôleurs dotés des tout derniers Xeon d’Intel et des modules Flash de 50 à 100 % plus capacitifs.
Citigroup’s US Personal Banking business has created a repository of customer data and is rolling out a decision engine to provide customers with personalised services
IT consultancy CGI is developing an alternative to the traditional ‘black box’ recorders found in aircraft that will allow teams on the ground to intervene quicker in the event of an emergency onboard
Local authority for southern French region unveils plan to install a private, shared, multi-service 5G and IP/MPLS infrastructure to offer very high-speed mobile access services to innovation areas, improve municipal and mobility services and enhance public safety
The Office for National Statistics has found that UK adults are aware they have been using AI-based chatbots, and approximately one in six businesses are implementing AI applications
BBVA invests in Amazon Web Services cloud platforms to help transform itself into an organisation driven by AI and data
The Bank for International Settlements and the Bank of England worked with private sector on central bank digital currency experiment
The vendor's initial generative AI-infused tool is Text-to-SQL, which enables customers to work with data using natural language that automatically gets translated to code.
SHRM is pushing back against predictions that AI in HR will lead to job losses. The association's CEO Johnny Taylor believes AI will augment HR roles.
Security player cuts the ribbon on its first services, makes a major hire to support the moves and indicates more plans are in the pipeline
With many users finding the cloud is costing them more than they expected, the call for increased insights is becoming an emerging theme
CISA Director Jen Easterly said 'several' U.S. agencies suffered intrusions via their MoveIt Transfer instances, but have not seen significant effects from the attacks.