US company UnitedHealth is looking to buy UK healthcare technology firm EMIS in a £1.2bn deal
The rail network company has worked with London Zoo to monitor trackside bird and bat activity
Information technology services and consulting company inks partnership with telco’s business services division, with aims of ushering in new era of large-scale wireline service delivery for enterprise customers
CSRB review of cloud security comes in the wake of a major Chinese cyber attack on US government bodies orchestrated through Microsoft’s cloud services
NatWest bank has offered compensation to a former customer affected by a data breach alongside around 1,600 other former and current customers
Advances in AI will mean business leaders need to rethink how they organise and motivate their employees
Distributor’s offering should make it easier for resellers to give customer devices a second life and avoid disposal for longer
Another busy week across the industry on the personnel movement front
Snowflake optimization spans cost reduction, infrastructure rightsizing and query reengineering. But will partner demand endure or decline as customers mature?
Cisco has made nine acquisitions this year, with all but two focused on improving internet monitor ThousandEyes as well as security manager and policy administrator Security Cloud.
A surge in H-1B lottery registrations, some legitimate and some potentially fraudulent, is prompting efforts to reform the system. Any new rules will require public input.
Ripple effects from HashiCorp's switch to BSL spread through the industry, raising questions among enterprise users and trepidation about the future of corporate open source.
CIOs can expect higher cloud costs as the U.S. government's wholesale inflation index hits its highest rating for the technology category that includes this IT model.
Qualtrics’ global and regional leaders outline the company’s product directions, including its work in AI, its traction in the region and the future of experience management
The security community could be doing a lot more to make its advice and guidance more accessible to women, according to a study
The “beating heart” of the UK financial system stopped after a technical issue
High street bank opens applications to its latest fintech programme in partnership with Fintech Scotland
Nutanix targets a pre-configured bundle of AI/ML and GPT software with hyper-converged infrastructure and GPT to help organisations safely take advantage of learning networks
10-year frame agreement pegs comms provider as sole IP critical-network provider for massive backbone network migration to deliver capacity to support long-term scientific collaboration
Content management system specialist Umbraco recognises the need to create a community effort to tackle the reduction of carbon emissions
Latest UK police data breach relates to crime suspects, victims and witnesses across East Anglia, and comes just days after a similar incident at the Northern Irish service
Just a year after becoming football club’s official Wi-Fi network solutions and Wi-Fi analytics provider, cloud networking services provider kicks off new season with upgraded wireless infrastructure for the Red Devils
Dual biometrics and surveillance camera watchdog will step down at the end of October 2023, noting that while he agreed to stay on until the Data Protection and Digital Information Bill received royal assent, continuing delays to its passage means he will not be able to effectively discharge his functions
Communications tech provider makes latest evolutionary step having gained reputation as breakthrough pandemic collaboration company, opening doors on hub in UK capital to support hybrid ways of working
Despite a recent step back by some tech players, research finds that enterprises are still embracing the internet of things and embedded subscriber identity module technology and are seeing positive outcomes
NAS storage analytics can be viewed in a single place with Peer Software's PeerIQ, bringing different vendors and on-premises and cloud storage analytics together.
When Fenway Sports Group migrated to the Google Cloud Platform in 2020, it turned to Wasabi and IBM to help usher in a hybrid cloud model.
The telecom giant revealed that it will invest $100 million in the AI research vendor. The vendor will build a telecom-specific LLM to support the Global Telco AI Alliance.
Credit agency S&P Global Ratings warns that organisations that pay inadequate attention to IT asset management as a factor in their cyber risk management processes may find their creditworthiness takes a dive
Global survey finds that IT leaders are finding it hard to keep up with the pace of change in AI
The NCSC has added a level to its CIR programme to enable more cyber attack victims to take advantage of the service, which offers access to assured incident response specialists
Organisation tasked with managing air travel in the UK implements ‘transformational’ technology programme to keep skies safe and support customers worldwide
Accenture will use its Brussels AI lab to test AI and generative AI's application in the European public sector
Gartner's 2023 hype cycle puts generative AI at the peak of inflated expectations in its latest analysis of emerging tech trends
Relationship struck with distributor should enable threat prevention specialist to expand its reseller base
Figures from the Office of National Statistics (ONS) show fluctuations in both the number of women in tech and the number of people working in tech over the past 12 months
The vendor upgrades SGE with new definition and code features. The search experience updates dispel earlier concerns about the tech giant's search business.
As the Federal Trade Commission considers banning noncompete agreements, a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research shows why doing so could be beneficial.
CyberArk is seeing exponential growth in the broader identity security market as the company expands its capabilities beyond privileged access management
Global brewer addresses strategic IT challenges at scale, improving application delivery, modernising network security capabilities and standardising IT service delivery across more than 200 locations and 25,000 remote users
MP writes to minister in charge of courts requesting he looks at the controversial rules on the use of computer evidence in court
132 young people who sat the UK’s first Extended Project Qualification in Cyber Security have received their results today
Gender split in A-level computing has been on the rise, but the growth in girls taking the subject is moving at a snail’s pace
Healthcare professionals at Singapore’s National University Health System can now summarise patient case notes and predict patient healthcare journeys using a large language model trained by a supercomputer
Acquisition will add more depth to the channel player’s ability to support customers looking for digital transformation support
Unified comms player moves to add security depth with addition of experienced MSSP
Exploit chain that tricks a victim into believing their iOS device is offline in airplane mode when it is not could open the door to grave privacy concerns
A vulnerability in the managed file transfer product that enterprises use is being actively exploited two months after Citrix released a fix.
HashiCorp Terraform is a flashpoint of contention in the wake of the vendor's move to a Business Source License, including allegations that it ignored open source contributions.
MongoDB’s certification from Australia’s Information Security Registered Assessor Program will pave the way for federal government agencies to use its Atlas database service for protected workloads
Vendor hands distributor the right to represent it globally and start selling the firm’s security products in North America
A second NatWest customer has contacted Computer Weekly after finding out from a whistleblower that his sensitive personal data has been in her home for 14 years
Leader in charging solutions brings the latest in electric vehicle infrastructure, based on T-Mobile 5G technology to ensure constant connectivity in the pioneering US smart city of Peachtree Corners
Quarterly research of smartphone trade-in market reveals sustained rise in value of pre-owned devices in US over three-month period to 30 June 2023, with iPhones reaching their highest recorded value of $215
TV and broadband giant outsources the build and operation of its entertainment and connectivity platforms to Indian supplier in five year deal
Startups selected to participate in the BSI and Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership’s joint sustainability startup accelerator are working in a diverse range of areas and using a variety of technologies to positively affect society
Much of the innovation in natural language processing comes from large enterprises in the US, resulting in proprietary technology with a bias towards English. One consortium in Finland decided to change the game