The government-backed Cyber Explorers programme has reached 50,000 students in its first 18 months, and more schools are being invited to sign up for the Autumn Term
Comms tech provider adds optical modules to the list of technology services that will be produced in US and become available to programme regarded as critical to bridging digital divide
Energy One, an Australia-based supplier of tech services to the energy sector, is investigating the possibility that some UK customers may have been caught up in an ongoing cyber attack on its systems
Trial at Coventry University said to showcase the transformative power of 5G Standalone network slicing
German startup Simplyblock aims to deliver low-cost high-performance flash and NVMe-over-TCP storage for service provider customers, and has Ceph deployments in its sights
A police intelligence analyst admitted tipping-off a criminal contact that police had infiltrated the EncroChat encrypted phone network
After several months of deliberation, the UK Competition and Markets Authority has concluded its investigation into Broadcom's $61bn bid to acquire VMware
Fast-growing UK altnet and leading independent provider Brsk announces advances in plans to develop full-fibre gigabit networks in key areas covering Manchester, the West Midlands, Lancashire and Berkshire
Businesses offering abortion benefits have seen an 8% increase in job posting clicks, but they also are seeing a significant increase in employees referring to them as 'woke.'
The CHIPS and Science Act of 2022 allots money to expand education in semiconductor training. But talent is already falling short of planned chip facilities.
Microsoft is facing frustration for numerous security issues, including problematic transparency, numerous patch bypasses and inconsistent communication practices.
Matt Hicks talks up Red Hat’s efforts to support generative AI adoption through OpenShift AI and weighs in on the issues surrounding the company’s decision to limit access to RHEL source code
As providing high-quality broadband user experiences in the home has long been a challenge for operators to grapple with, leading tech firms announce in-building wireless connectivity services
Such has been the scope of Clop’s activity since May that ransomware attack volumes have more than doubled year on year, according to the latest data
Cyber Security Agency of Singapore teams up with Dragos and the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency to bolster the country’s OT security capabilities
In combination with code discovery, IBM plans to offer artificial intelligence-based Cobol to Java application modernisation
A freedom of information request has revealed that the Met’s Connect integrated record management system is running tens of millions over budget, and has already generated more than 25,000 support requests so far
Early HCI vendor VMware separates storage from compute in its new vSAN offering, targeting enterprise hybrid clouds and seeking to avoid the compute sticker shock.
VMware designed NSX+ to simplify multi-cloud networking for customers. The update will eventually replace NSX and the more advanced NSX-T within VMware Cloud.
Survey of UK gigabit broadband suppliers reveals rise and rise of independent sector despite recent financial struggles as increased reach and availability means users are no longer limited to majors for services
Real estate consultancy CBRE's latest European colocation market tracker report suggests the second half of 2023 will be a big one in terms of supply and take-up of datacentre capacity
VMware Tanzu incorporates Aria AIOps and FinOps products as a $69 billion acquisition by Broadcom looms, putting the product line's future in question.
VMware's new Edge Cloud Orchestrator, formerly VMware SASE Orchestrator, manages VMware's edge compute and SD-WAN systems. Carmaker Audi plans to use the product in its factories.
A PwC survey is the latest data point signaling a return to innovation spending, with generative AI adoption in the C-suite's plans. But business leaders remain sensitive to risk.
New SSDs and CXL memory modules were on display at the 2023 Flash Memory Summit, but it might take market adjustments, new infrastructure and time to reap the benefits.
CVE-2023-38035 is the latest Ivanti zero-day vulnerability to be exploited in the wild. The vendor has released a series of remediation recommendations.
The vendor said that while it is creating its own LLM models, it's not interested in winning the LLM war. Instead, it wants its customers to use the models for specific use cases.
Collaboration and communications technology provider releases second-quarter results showing steady increase in total revenue and significant rise in enterprise revenue
The company claims access to Windows and Linux apps without the need to install desktop virtualisation infrastructure and VPNs
UK SMEs are increasing spending on technology, with dedicated IT teams set up to enable them to keep pace with tech change
The median attacker dwell time shrunk from 10 to eight days in the first seven months of 2023, and in the case of ransomware attacks it is down to just five days
The two companies are collaborating on a platform that uses Nvidia GPUs and VMware cloud infrastructure
St Helens Borough Council is investigating a suspected ransomware incident targeting its systems, and is advising residents to be on the alert for follow-on phishing attacks
Scottish court will hear appeals against the convictions of six former subpostmasters based on evidence from a Post Office computer system
UK’s largest independent outsourcer replaces five legacy systems to deliver lower TCO, advanced contact centre features on-demand, scalability and external platform integration
Global digital ecosystem enabler announces launch of cloud-based 5G Roaming Laboratory to allow trial of 5G standalone network use cases before introducing services to enterprise customers
Avantra's John Appleby discusses how SAP customers face complex cloud migration choices, with most adopting a hybrid approach due to hyperscaler cloud costs
US provider of fibre and fixed wireless technology services teams with SaaS experience platform to launch Wi-Fi 6 solution designed to ensure superior wireless coverage, tailored to the needs of small businesses
Available in early 2024, VMware's Private AI Foundation with Nvidia combines VMware Cloud Foundation with Nvidia AI Enterprise to help companies build private generative AI.
Available now in preview, the new capability can automatically label files across a customer's Drive environment to protect data from exposure and exfiltration.
Twilio's new tool uses its customer data platform, Segment, to connect real-time unified customer profiles with isolated data and boost marketing customization for better CX.
While Sophos observed increasing activity around Active Directory and Remote Desktop Protocol abuse, it recommended simple mitigation steps can limit the attack surface.
The chipmaker has been doubling down on sustainability efforts in Singapore by tapping solar power, recycling water and waste, as well as treating greenhouse gases, in a bid to achieve net zero by 2050
The new offering will be fully managed by AWS, built for exclusive use by a customer or community, and placed in a customer-specified location or datacentre
Communications software, IP and optical networking provider highlights social and environmental impact, governance and ethical conduct, and sees expanded capacity with joint packet and optical solution
Set to become initially available before the fourth quarter of 2023, managed connectivity service to accelerate edge digital transformation
NHS organisations are encouraged to apply for funding for the wireless trials programme, which aims to explore how cutting-edge tech can improve patient care
GPU company Nvidia has seen record growth, driven by demand for AI acceleration in datacentres
NHS Shared Business Services is planning on a second iteration of its digital workplace solutions framework before the current one expires in August 2024
A court has ruled that Arion Kurtaj, allegedly a key player in the Lapsus$ cyber extortion syndicate, was responsible for the group’s year-long campaign of cyber attacks
The graph database vendor aims to improve semantic search and generative AI applications by enabling customers to better access and use unstructured data such as text and images.
An international collaboration event on artificial intelligence safety is being run at the site that was home to the world’s first programmable computer
The number of girls taking GCSE computing has risen for the second year this year after a few consecutive years of declining numbers
Workday plans to unveil its generative AI strategy next month. While details are still unknown, experts say it will likely reflect what other HCM vendors are already doing.
Zero-trust and digital sovereignty controls are the focus of a series of enhancements being made for Google Workspace users
Generative AI has the potential to go beyond identifying anomalies in known data to create new information, such as incident summaries or security policies -- as well as new risks.
The tech conglomerate's new AI model is a move toward universal translation. However, the vendor needs the open source community to help ready the model for the enterprise.
The latest additions to Google Cloud's storage portfolio will focus on bringing object storage into the file-centric workloads of AI and ML alongside a Google-run NetApp service.
The alert comes after Barracuda Networks issued an advisory stating that patches for CVE-2023-2868 were insufficient and all affected ESG devices need to be replaced.
The CRM vendor's new tools for service workers include a virtual appointment scheduler and a platform to view details about customers' purchased products and service history.
A new study reveals that women are twice as likely to lose jobs to AI than men. Meanwhile, U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell is seeking an AI training bill similar to the GI Bill.
The Danish cloud host said the ransomware attack it suffered last week 'has paralyzed CloudNordic completely' and that 'it has proved impossible' to recover more customer data.
Agencies across the federal government are responsible for doling out CHIPS Act funding over the next several years to support tech innovation and workforce development.
With many office buildings largely empty following the pandemic and the concept of smart buildings gaining momentum, a new segment of BI is helping organizations optimize space.
The vendor-led group says it wants to donate a fork based on the latest open source version of the infrastructure as code tool to a foundation, ideally the Linux Foundation or CNCF.