Microsoft’s chief environmental officer says it’s not too late to prevent a climate disaster, but doing so will require a group effort and levels of tech innovation on a par with those needed to put a man on the moon
Data from security association (ISC)² shows demand for cyber pros is still outpacing supply as the sector continues an upward growth trajectory
With prices set to rise, CEO Satya Nadella used the Q1 2022 earnings call to discuss the deflationary effect of digitisation
UK foreign secretary’s visit to India sparks a number of collaborations in developing next-generation network projects
TSB has opened its latest tech centre in Scotland while IT services provider CGI announces the creation of hundreds of UK tech jobs
Disaster Recovery as-a-service, Data Govern and project Fort Knox available or in development as data protection supplier augments its portfolio with ransomware firmly in mind
Consultants recruited to fill technical skills gaps on the NHS Test and Trace programme are expected to cost £300m amid concerns spend has gotten “out of hand”
Leading Australian operator deploys modular 4G/5G Smart Node solution from leading comms tech provider to become first network operator in the Asia-Pacific region to deploy a live 5G femtocell
Cloud giant will invest NZ$7.5bn in New Zealand over the next 15 years through the new Auckland cloud region
Amazon company reveals increased business with service provider partners following new integrations of its technology with TalkTalk, MasMovl, Mediacom, and others
How did Alex Walsh get to be running the UK channel at Veeam and what does he think about the current state of the market?
The partnership between the open source AI vendor and veteran data service provider demonstrates the emphasis enterprises are now placing on the data in their AI systems.
Cisco's Webex Hologram is an augmented reality product aimed at improving collaboration when workers can't be in the same space. Cisco didn't provide a release date.
A coordinated operation by law enforcement has seen 150 taken into custody amid allegations of buying or selling illicit goods on the dark web
NetApp's OnTap 9.10.1 enhancements include new ransomware protection and add NVMe/TCP performance as well as new object storage capabilities.
Analyst: Latest features added to Acquia's marketing, commerce and customer data platform offerings show the company is serious about adding enterprise users.
UK fintech unicorn Thought Machine is transforming the IT of large traditional banks, while working with fledgling digital-only challengers
Qlik Forts, a tool that enables customers to access and analyze data where it resides rather than forcing them to first import it into Qlik, is now generally available.
The UK government has awarded a contract to network analytics software provider Quantexa as part of its efforts to fight fraud, especially that connected with Covid-19 business support schemes
Channel player keeps delivering the numbers as it manages to successfully navigate the pandemic
Capita has expanded its team and moved systems to the cloud to support Transport for London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone expansion
Softcat CEO adds to the growing chorus across the channel who are feeling positive about the year ahead
Strategic alliance aims to enable greater access to healthcare across Europe
DevSecOps supplier Lacework’s expansion into Australia and New Zealand will pave the way for a broader move into the Asia-Pacific region
A CyberArk researcher showed that $50 worth of hardware and some attack scripts are all you need to break into home and small business Wi-Fi networks.
Emsisoft developed a decryptor for BlackMatter and also found vulnerabilities in about a dozen other ransomware families that can be used to recover victims' data.
The rebranding of PrestoSQL to Trino has been a boon to the open source effort, as new capabilities and adoption of the query technology are growing in 2021.
According to Microsoft, the Russian threat group known as Nobelium has already compromised 14 technology service providers across the United States and Europe.
Networking tech giant announces deal with leading European operators with what is claimed to be state-of-the-art 5G equipment and its highest bandwidth router
Microsoft's latest Teams features try to ease the confusion and some of the difficulties patients face when using telehealth technology to meet with doctors.
Five companies joined the digital identity programme aimed at enabling buyers of real estate, and more providers are expected to join a pilot starting this month
As the new way of working in the post-pandemic arena evolves, research finds digitally mature businesses are hitting the accelerator on digital infrastructure
The RSPCA was among one of the earliest adopters of Google’s online business productivity suite of tools nearly a decade ago, and the organisation’s assistant director of IT resources reveals how that decision has benefited the charity throughout the pandemic
Adobe begins long task of integrating Workfront with its universe of popular creative collaboration cloud that includes Photoshop, Adobe XD, Adobe Experience Manager and more.
Improving efficiency, reducing waiting times and expanding tests and scans are among the key targets for £5.9bn of extra NHS funding
Trade association TechUK calls on government to prioritise tech-led growth on Budget and Spending Review
Next-generation network facility in Cambridge claims to be breaking fresh ground across multiple industries and creating a true first-mover advantage with private 5G
Retailer’s website and app back after attempted hack caused problems over the weekend
National University Cancer Institute, Singapore’s chatbot will kickstart the counselling process for patients who have a higher risk of contracting hereditary breast and ovarian cancer
The rise of no-code and event-driven architectures are among the developments that will shape the future of data analytics, according to Tibco’s regional chief technology officer
Some 28 million citizens have access to the NHS login, according to new data