MongoDB’s engineering team in Australia has built a database migration tool to help customers migrate traditional relational databases to its document database
UK and US workers are quitting their jobs due to frustrations with how they are being managed – and some feel AI can be a better boss
Leading comms tech provider and partner unveil shareable indoor 5G solution said to ‘vastly’ improve user experience and lower power consumption by up to 70% and equipment footprint by up to 80% compared with legacy technologies
Managed service player’s outgoing CEO is able to share a robust set of results from the managed service provider
HSBC is to leave its current Canary Wharf headquarters by 2027 as hybrid-working policies reduce demand for office space
Moves this week at 8x8, Consenna, Barracuda and Trustible as firms add more talent
Finnish comms tech provider reveals test showing world-record download speed for 5G fixed wireless access that paves the way for cost-effective, extended-range, high-quality internet connectivity
The data lakehouse vendor's purchase of the generative AI vendor will enable customers to build and train language models specific to their needs by using their own data.
Hybrid clouds are often a reaction to problems. The Dallas Cowboys, Texas Children's Hospital and Experian turned to HPE GreenLake ahead of -- rather than in response to -- issues.
In this Q&A, HPE's Omer Asad talks about HPE GreenLake's transformation into an on-premises hyperscaler and the importance of both storage hardware and the abstraction of it.
Apptio fills FinOps holes in IBM Turbonomic, providing a tool to help organizations make IT budgeting decisions based on their business objectives.
IT service executives expect to see customers pursue the transformative potential of AI and cloud in the second half of 2023 -- while keeping a close watch on costs and results.
Ikea franchisee in four Southeast Asian markets and Mexico taps chatbots, conversational commerce and remote planning, among other capabilities, to drive digital customer experience
New craft comes onstream in what is said to represent one of the final milestones as operator taps into expected rich vein of services based at key wireless spectrum band
Five-year contract covering more than 150 sites across UK to deliver managed Wi-Fi services and enhance security, improving experience for soldiers on bases, even in remote locations
Buildings management giant built a suite of customer-facing products using containers and opted for Pure Storage Portworx for hybrid cloud container management and data protection
Over half of IT professionals in Australia and New Zealand received a higher salary this year, underscoring the tight IT labour market
Agreement will accelerate Danske Bank’s digital transformation and widen Infosys’ growing customer base in the Nordic region.
More and more young people are at risk of being drawn into cyber criminality, and parents must shoulder some of the blame, according to a report
The UK government’s Upskill in Cyber programme is reporting great success just a month after launch, with almost half of applicants women
WithSecure’s W/Sustainability programme kickstarts a number of initiatives, including a commitment to green coding the security supplier hopes will set an example for others to follow
Distributor and parent Exclusive Networks will take the card payment specialist’s security portfolio out to market
The One Login digital identity system is being used by eight government services, and GDS has issued more than 1.5 million verified identities since summer 2022, while its ID check apps are proving popular
The vendor's AI-backed tool uses multiple cameras to capture in-office users' best angles and present them onscreen to boost facetime between participants.
The UK’s equality watchdog says the government must properly consider human rights when implementing rules to regulate artificial intelligence, as current plan offers little protection
Nearly 400 remote sites in the world’s largest archipelago have received first ever connectivity through deal between local telco and satellite operator
Firms each announce launches that will provide managed service providers with more as-a-service options
Provider of cloud networking as a service unveils infrastructure designed to enable third parties to securely connect to critical business applications
Oracle has updated its maintenance and support across its relational database family – we explore the implications
The vendor unveiled new features -- including new containerization capabilities in Snowpark -- to create a secure environment for developers to build LLM-infused applications.
As ChatGPT's user base continues to grow, Group-IB says threat actors have exploited stolen accounts to collect users' sensitive data and professional credentials.
The cloud provider's new service helps employees within organizations be more productive while securing their work. The vendor will add a generative AI feature in the future.
Climate Vault's approach to CO2 reduction allows companies to buy and lock up pollution permits in cap-and-trade markets, making it more expensive to generate emissions.
HashiCorp expands Vault's focus to include DevSecOps with the acquisition of a secrets scanning startup, setting the stage for a potential showdown with Microsoft and GitHub.
Censys found exposed instances of Progress Software's MoveIt Transfer and Barracuda Networks' Email Security Gateway appliances during its analysis of FCEB agency networks.
French and Dutch prosecutors say three years after they infiltrated the EncroChat cryptophone network in a novel hacking operation, Europe’s courts are opening the way for more collaboration and data sharing between law enforcement agencies
Bulk liquid logistics and sustainable land-based aquaculture expert advances secure digital transformation plans and operational efficiency
While the Dubai Smart IoT strategy reads like any other ambitious – and equally ambiguous – plan for the overhaul of a gulf state economy, there is still a clear message that the country is serious about technology
BlueXP, NetApp's cloud console for managing its SaaS and hardware, gains new backup capabilities, including Oracle databases and access to an offline version.
Oracle is adding generative AI to its HR platform, and claims it will deliver significant efficiency gains. But the AI output will be in areas where human review takes place.
IT suppliers are a target of companies offering a tax reclaim scheme that preys on small businesses’ fears around General Data Protection Regulation compliance
As part of the open source community developing the data storage platform, the vendor unveiled the platform's latest iteration with data unification the main goal of the update.
Collaboration provider expands portfolio and capability with launch of Intelligent Director, which uses AI and multiple cameras to provide optimal images and angles of participants in conference room
The Scottish government’s CivTech accelerator is seeking technology businesses to help develop new tools to improve public services, as well as to address pressing social and environmental issues
Investigation to assess source and extent of 25 June technical issue causing lack of access to key first response services, including Metropolitan Police, Bedfordshire Police, Suffolk Police, and Cheshire Fire and Rescue
The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) and the University of Cambridge have joined forces with Dell Technologies and Intel to accelerate pace of fusion energy power plant development
Distributor shares Q2 results which saw revenue declines as the firm reacted to challenging market conditions
The digital universal credit system needs overhauling to ensure greater transparency over benefit claims and more effective means of redress when things go wrong, says child poverty charity
HPE's Bryan Thompson talks about how HPE GreenLake has become synonymous with the brand, and looks to its future and how the platform will meet customers' specific needs.
Two EU banks favor Crossplane's reconciliation approach over Terraform's dependency graph, saying the former hastens deployments -- with a few migration caveats.
A rise in massive DDoS attacks, some of which target the application layer and cause significant disruptions, might require new defense strategies from cybersecurity vendors.
The acquisition will extend the vendor's self-service BI platform with tools designed for data experts that enable data science, machine learning and predictive analytics.
Networking technology and services giant announces intent to acquire UK-based internet performance monitoring platform to extend its ThousandEyes network assessment stack to remote and hybrid workers
CommScope launches Ruckus One suite of AI-driven converged network solutions designed to accelerate business transformation by simplifying the implementation of multi-access public and private networks
Security player adds monthly billing option to make life easier for its channel partners and more flexible financially for customers
Researchers have reduced the time taken to get critical insights into potential public health crises and address issues in real-time, through artificial intelligence
The NHS Digital Health Check will be rolled out from spring 2024, and allow patients to do certain tests and get advice from their homes
Managed service provider CloudCoCo has seen revenues rise and its customer base expand in its fiscal first half
As mobile health app acceptance increases, people are taking risks by using them without any advice from their medical professionals, finds survey
Autonomous vehicle software developer bolsters executive leadership team with new chief product engineering officer and chief people officer
Off-the-books use of generative AI tools will inevitably lead to a costly, high-profile data breach for someone, but a little attention paid to appropriate data management policy can help mitigate the risk
Hot on the heels of its earlier deployment of Microsoft Teams, NHS England is now going all-in on the rest of the software giant’s online productivity tools
LinkSquares, a Boston-based startup, faced challenges in a five-day-a-week return-to-office schedule, highlighting the push-pull dynamics over office returns.
WorkStory used startup Armilla AI's AutoAlign platform. The platform tunes open source large language models and acts as a guardrail for non-open source ones.
SamKnows data in ThousandEyes will let enterprises monitor the broadband connections of employees working from home. The information can help companies troubleshoot problems.
NHS must address digital skills gap in its workforce, demonstrate the value of the NHS App and address the digital maturity gap in organisations if it wants to succeed, MPs say
Vodafone reveals that over half of UK adults believe 5G has the potential to improve their day-to-day life, more so than artificial intelligence, and points to potentially massively lucrative 5G use cases
Leading UK operator takes leap forward with full-fibre optical network promising upload and downloads of up to 10 Gbps to cover five million homes by 2026
The joint venture formed by ST Telemedia Global Data Centres, Globe and Ayala Corporation is building its largest datacentre in the Philippines among other efforts to meet the needs of an underserved market
The ransomware gang behind the cyber attack on the University of Manchester appears to have got its hands on an NHS dataset being used by the university for research purposes
Channel player renews global partner status to keep position in select bunch of channel partners
Utility company SGN renews its internal IT services managed services contract with new supplier
The CRM giant brings generative AI-supported tools like message creation and call summaries to sales and service workers, and teams with Deloitte Digital for AI safety resources.
AWS execs believe advances in quantum computing will have a trickle-down effect on data protection, but enterprise-based quantum services and use cases are still a ways off.
Artificial intelligence is technically incapable of distinguishing between the complex contextual factors of combat situations, and will likely never be able to, according to legal and software experts
The new MCN Foundation can find and connect to public clouds and provide visibility. The company's full-stack product powers the limited free version.
A cyber attack against Chinese systems integrator Kinmax led to the theft of TSMC proprietary data, which LockBit threatened to publish unless TSMC paid a $70 million ransom.