The Cancer Council in New South Wales has integrated its core systems to eliminate data silos and improve productivity
The Australian Institute of Marine Science teams up with Accenture to protect coral reefs in a computer vision project inspired by a Netflix documentary
As demand for colocation capacity continues to soar in datacentre hubs, operators are coming under increasing pressure to go green, say Telehouse Europe panel participants
Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove writes to Whitehall departments mandating the use of a new digital identity system that will allow citizens to be tracked across the Gov.uk website
Research from leading telecoms operator finds over a third of Brits working from home are increasingly switching to mobile data to stay online in lockdown
The Wellcome Sanger Institute has enlisted the help of long-standing tech partner EfficiencyIT to oversee a revamp of its datacentres’ energy monitoring and management systems
Supporting the digital transformation of Greek enterprises, comms tech provider implements connectivity system based on the deployment of a private cellular campus network at solar thermal products provider
National Cyber Security Centre CyberFirst Schools initiative has handed out 14 gold, silver and bronze awards recognising excellence in cyber security teaching
Many professionals claim their firms are actively seeking workers for tech-based roles, finds CWJobs and techUK
Post Office partnership with Yoti is intended to expand customer choice as to how people prove their identity when accessing services
Quantum computing promises unimaginable computing power, which can be applied to helping tackle climate change
The UK economy could grow by £232bn over the next two decades if investments in digital technologies continue
As NHS announces that 15 million people have received first dose of Covid-19 vaccine across UK, BT reveals its role in helping health service to achieve milestone by connecting more than 100 vaccination centres to high-speed connectivity and Wi-Fi
Those seeking growth and a chance to breathe some fresh life into their channel relationships have been recruiting over the past week
Altran and Qualcomm join forces to expedite development of high-speed, low-latency private and public 5G small cells
As the countdown to the IR35 reforms being rolled out to the private sector continues apace, HM Revenue and Customs issues compliance guidance for firms in-scope of the new rules
Most civil servants want the government to gain additional powers to promote data policy compliance to ensure better use of data, according to research
Undisclosed number of arrests made in Ukraine after investigators tracked bitcoin ransom payments
Qatari financial services regulator works with global body to provide digital platform to assess whether financial services workers understand how to prevent financial crime
Creator of contact-tracing app for the island of Ireland, Scotland, the EU and north-eastern US states secures faster cash injection to build better software
Vendor has charted a persistence in cyber attacks that its partners are countering as they take steps to keep customers safe
The Covid-19 pandemic has had an impact on the prevalence of certain vulnerabilities in the wild, according to a report
Comms player adds its own research into the debate about the prospects for the channel as the economy starts to recover after the pandemic
The pandemic and lockdowns have led to remote work and increased online activity, and businesses have needed to develop new applications rapidly
Hybrid storage killers: Pure Storage adds entry-level FlashArray//C40 R3 QLC array plus re-CPUed C60 R3 that will scale to 5PB or more
Research funded by the National Institute for Health Research has resulted in the development of a new coronavirus risk assessment model
Study finds communications service providers are failing to recognise the vast potential of the SME arena as a major source of B2B revenue, especially on 5G
South Korean intelligence pins a recent attack on Pfizer, targeting information on coronavirus vaccines, on its neighbour
Payments fintech TransferGo chooses cloud-native core banking platform to build a digital wallet and expand its services
Latest plans for the National Health Service’s central digital strategy arm are currently at the proposal stage
Oliver Schabenberger is moving from BI and analytics to data management, and in this Q&A discusses his surprising departure from an established vendor to go to a newer company.
Object store acquisitions by DataCore, Nvidia and Quantum underscore the growing importance of object storage to address enterprise workloads ranging from archives to analytics.
With Microsoft Visual Code, developers receive a free, open source development tool that can be used by any developer, in any language and on any device.
The co-founder and CEO of Matillion, talks about his company’'s latest round of Series D funding and how data will be the key to success for many organizations in 2021.
The product integration comes months after Snowflake Ventures invested in DataRobot and the two vendors agreed to a strengthened partnership.
Microsoft has pushed out a version of its Office app made with iPads in mind. The app combines Word, Excel and PowerPoint into a single offering and has some new features.
Pure Storage all-flash revolves around unified fast file and object storage to consolidate local and cloud-based application data on a single high-performance flash platform.
With $105 million in new financing, TigerGraph is planning to invest in more product development and expand its operations into new geographic regions.
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs continues its work to help government departments clean up their IT supply chains by creating a ‘cloud sustainability’ workstream
Lenovo’s head of storage in Asia-Pacific singles out the region’s market opportunities and predicts that the healthcare sector will go full-fledged with flash storage in the next year
Cyber attack victim Jones Day says its data was stolen in a supply chain attack, but the gang holding it to ransom disagrees
Risk assessment specialist says partners will play a crucial role in its development in the market
There are subtle differences across Europe in developer salaries, depending on experience and demand for front-end, full-stack or front-end roles
Comms player has seen its channel embrace the opportunities that have emerged from a shift towards the cloud
The pandemic has highlighted the value of soft skills, rather than technical ones, in security
Sweden's central bank has extended its pilot of a digital currency for at least another year
MPs from Loan Charge All-Party Parliamentary Group write to HMRC CEO Jim Harra to demand the department be investigated for breaching the civil service code
Authorities confirm that they have arrested an undisclosed number of cyber criminals associated with the Egregor ransomware
As many as 85% of security staff engage in leisure activities during working hours, but they have excellent reasons for doing so
The latest Power BI update features a series of new capabilities aimed at enabling organizations to secure their data as they move to the cloud and embrace remote work.
TrueNAS has added hyper-converged functionality to NAS and aims at the edge use cases left behind in the rush to the cloud
IT sector in Finland sees small signs of recovery as demand increases after months of Covid-19-related decline
Charges filed relate to Lazarus Group’s long-running cyber crime spree, including financial theft and extortion, WannaCry malware and the cyber attack on Sony Pictures
CyberSense can more easily integrate with third-party backup and storage platforms with its new API-based developer's kit, giving customers a powerful ransomware detection tool.
The unsealed indictments accuse three individuals of being part of a hacking group, known as APT38 or Lazarus Group, within a North Korean military intelligence agency.
Employee burnout is one of the mental health issues that AI tools are helping HR to identify. The technology can analyze employee activities and communications for potential risk.
While Accellion fixed the zero-day vulnerability within 72 hours and said the breach affected 'less than 50 customers,' the attack's impact has expanded two weeks after the disclosure.
Palo Alto said it will acquire Bridgecrew, the developer of the static code analysis tool Checkov. DevOps teams use the open source tool to build cloud applications.
Microsoft wants the crowd to determine which notification requests are seen in Edge. The company has introduced a system to show useful notifications and hide annoying ones.
Tata Communications will offer managed services for Google Cloud that will include cloud architecture planning and workload migration
Biometric payment cards using fingerprint technology could add billions to global banking revenues, says UBS
The UK’s cyber industry now employs close to 50,000 people and contributes billions to the economy
Firms are faced with supporting more remote working for their businesses going forward, and a survey has shed light on what form this support will take and what firms believe they will need in the ‘new normal’
Australian e-commerce platform Selz may have caught Amazon's attention because it employs Liquid, Shopify's template language, which will simplify migrations.
In the post-pandemic workplace, businesses are likely to focus more on skills than job titles while also accelerating their adoption of automation and digital technologies.
Principles on the use of personal data for the benefit of society will guide Finnish capital’s ambitious digital plans
US telco makes key 5G technology investment to be able to offer what it says will be the ‘most innovative’ 5G customer experience now and in the future
Campaign group calls for HMRC to face an investigation, while accusing the department of ‘utter hypocrisy’ for using IT contractors enrolled in disguised remuneration schemes
Sweden’s data watchdog has found that Swedish police failed to conduct the data protection checks required by law before using controversial facial-recognition tool
As Google and Microsoft join and strengthen forces with the foundations behind the Python and Rust programming languages, the companies will get to help shape their future.
The White House discussed its response to the SolarWinds attacks, which so far have compromised nine federal agencies and approximately 100 private sector companies.
Grafana Labs is launching a new on-premises project stack for data observability, based on a series of open source projects that the company leads or supports.
Komprise Asynchronous Replication enables file-based replication for more granular restores in backup and DR use cases. It is first available on Pure FlashArray File Services.
CircleCI has released new functionality that enables developers to build CircleCI orb configuration packages that run only in their private enterprise environment.
Qualtrics lands Missouri's state vaccine registration site as the voice-of-the-customer tech vendor claims 200 county governments and public health organizations among its users.
StorCentric's data storage technologies added Violin Systems in a bargain pickup last year. Zadara this week snagged the remnants of Stratoscale's HCI software.
Oracle’s Roving Edge Infrastructure is getting interest from mining companies in Australia and manufacturers in ASEAN that are looking to run cloud-based workloads in edge locations
A former senior developer who worked for Fujitsu on the Post Office IT system that led to subpostmasters being falsely accused of fraud, has claimed bosses knew of fundamental flaws before going live
Nearly half of European office workers feel their company culture has suffered due to coronavirus restrictions, with companies faced with the difficult task of creating a supportive, digital-driven company culture that works for everyone
US will take action to modernise its defences in the wake of the SolarWinds attack, says US government cyber lead Anne Neuberger
Supreme Court ruling brings Uber’s four-year legal battle to have its drivers classified as self-employed to an end, and could see its drivers in line to receive thousands of pounds in compensation
US comms provider enhances software-defined wide area network portfolio with three new offers from network equipment and services firm to provide more options for building flexible and agile networking infrastructure
Central European telco signs further deal with Finnish comms provider to begin commercial implementation of 4G and 5G network slicing following successful pilot
Global telco claims to have defied Covid-19 with solid fiscal year and looks to the future with increased 5G penetration and new mobile tower business.
The NCSC has reported another productive year for its Active Cyber Defence programme
Google highlighted privacy and security changes in the Android 12 developer preview. The OS, expected this fall, standardizes password complexity requirements for enterprise users.
The publication of two draft data adequacy decisions brings the UK closer to a final positive decision, which will enable the continued free flow of data between the EU and the UK if green-lit by member states
Backed by £800m of public investment, the Advanced Research & Invention Agency (ARIA) will identify and fund groundbreaking science and technology
While many technology vendors offer online courses on how to use their AI products, it still might not be enough to educate the global workforce.
Cisco has started an investigation of employees in China who allegedly made payments to workers at state-owned enterprises. Cisco disclosed the probe in an SEC filing.
The pandemic has set the stage for increased investments in digital transformation and business innovation, an Accenture report found; more IT channel news.
Alation updated its platform with new features for data discovery and search, as well as more data governance capabilities to enhance data trust.
Google has changed G Suite for Education into Workspace for Education, adding features to its Classroom and Meet apps to help educators with classroom management.
The Biden administration is seeking major changes in work visa programs, proposing an expansion of the cap for employment-based green cards, but not for H-1B work visas.
Cisco plans to use IMImobile's messaging and voice APIs to bolster its cloud contact center offering. The executive team of the U.K.-based company has joined Cisco.