Big Blue has developed technology it hopes will support semiconductor developments for the next decade
The NCSC responded to a surge in online scams last year as it moved to protect both the general public and critical national services during the pandemic
Research predicts good times ahead for key network-based industry, especially as teleconsultations improve patient care, but warns that deregulation of telemedicine is needed to maximise growth
The miscarriages of justice involving subpostmasters are the most disturbing element of the Post Office Horizon scandal – but it goes much deeper
Channel player is the latest example in a rapidly growing list of consolidation moves across the channel
Contracting stakeholders are calling on HMRC to take more ‘visible action’ against mini umbrella companies, after a BBC Radio 4 File on 4 report claimed the UK is losing ‘hundreds of millions’ in tax each year through these firms
Changes made over the last year or so to protect open source revenue streams is starting to impact public cloud managed service costs
Study finds worldwide 5G prospects remain strong, with connections to next-generation networks projected to triple to 670 million in 2021
Security player provides more details of the recent enhancements to its partner programme
BizDevOps is taking off amid widespread digital transformation, and ServiceNow's Lightstep buy could bring observability to teams via its workflow platform.
Automated integrations and a new collaboration tool highlight Qlik's roadmap, which the vendor unveiled during QlikWorld 2021, its virtual user conference.
A vital U.S. oil supply was shut down to prevent a ransomware infection from spreading from corporate IT systems to more crucial operational technology systems.
IBM is beefing up its core technology capabilities in artificial intelligence and hybrid cloud to speed up application modernisation and improve AI adoption
Senior IT decision-makers across Europe see artificial intelligence adoption accelerating, but the UK is in the slow lane
Defence lawyer claims evidence obtained by hacking the EncroChat encrypted phone network has ‘no legal’ value following Swedish appeal court ruling
Korean CE and communications technology giant demonstrates its capability and performance on leading Polish operator’s commercial network as it ends all ongoing patent-related legal disputes with Swedish comms tech provider
Tech giants Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM and Oracle are among the suppliers to secure a place on the four-year CCS Cloud Compute framework
SolarWinds CEO tells NCSC’s CyberUK conference he is exploring the possibility of collaborating with other companies on collective cyber action against attacks backed by nation states
Remote IT support, cloud-based systems and cyber security infrastructure are among top IT investment priorities across all sectors as firms reassess priorities and practices in post-Covid working environment
Automation specialist is investing in its platform infrastructure and expects that to translate to rising channel partner numbers
Home secretary Priti Patel will explore reforming the Computer Misuse Act as calls mount for the 31-year-old law to be updated to reflect the changed online world
Vendor NetApp starts to put the emphasis on specialisations and looks to make rewards available for a wide range of behaviours
After a decade of stagnant growth, IBM is betting all of its chips that hybrid clouds, new partnerships and AI will catapult it to a more competitive position.
Research from digital infrastructure company reveals changing working patterns brought about by Covid-19, including a surge in digital infrastructure investment
The NCSC’s refreshed cyber security guidance for larger organisations places particular emphasis on cloud, home working and ransomware
The founders of the UK’s Cyber Security Council have been setting out their plans to professionalise the cyber sector at the NCSC’s CyberUK 2021 event
By acquiring cloud data science and analytics platform vendor Zepl, DataRobot gives data scientists a cloud-native, self-service notebook to write tasks and custom models.
The launch of the Early Warning incident notification service is among the enhancements being made by the NCSC to its service packages
StorageCraft's new DRaaS offering uses Google Cloud as its back end, giving it the scale, flexibility and security to service customers with large data sets.
A Dell EMC PowerScale update adds a high-end all-NVMe F900 model with Nvidia GPUDirect support for AI and analytics workloads plus a OneFS 9.2 upgrade to improve performance.
A data operations platform vendor is bringing new capabilities to its data platform that will help organizations more easily integrate and automate the movement of data.
Microsoft has released a Teams feature that allows event hosts to register, present and keep in touch with thousands of webinar attendees, which is important in the hybrid world.
IBM's spending on its partner ecosystem includes new competencies, role-based guided learning, increased technical support and financial incentives to boost hybrid cloud business.
IBM Watson Orchestrate is the latest technology from a major vendor that promises to save employees from highly repetitive job responsibilities.
IBM rolled out new hybrid cloud and AI offerings this week, while CEO Arvind Krishna offered his vision for how those technologies will reshape business.
A cloud engineering leader at DBS Bank offers a glimpse into the tasks and challenges of a cloud professional and how his team is organised to support the bank’s public and private cloud infrastructure
UK health service mobile application, currently used by patients to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view medical records, chosen to certify jabs record
From online safety to skills for the future, the speech contained several points that are relevant to the industry for the year
5G accelerator issues challenge to innovators in health, social and public services to help lead the 5G revolution with local authorities
Four critical RCE vulnerabilities put users of various Microsoft products at risk, and should be patched right away
Government will commit millions of pounds to supporting vulnerable countries in establishing cyber capacity
National Cyber Security Centre is launching bespoke cyber security guidance aimed at the UK’s valuable startup community
Host in Ireland tells industry players to work with the government and other stakeholders to boost the sustainability of the country’s electricity grid for the sake of the sector’s continued growth
The supplier at the centre of the Post Office Horizon scandal has so far escaped the ramifications of its role in the biggest miscarriage of justice in UK history
Vendor rolls out platform approach to equip partners with tools to help protect customers as they try to fend off a rising volume of attacks
A simulation of the molecule lithium hydride, which even on a quantum computer takes 45 days, can now be run in just nine hours, researchers claim
Cloud data management firm Rubrik has seen its channel base embrace its widening data protection play as it adds to its backup capabilities
UK broadband provider ramps up the pace of its plan to stop selling copper-based broadband and traditional voice services across the UK by 2025
Network giant aims to purchase developer of technology to deliver automation for routed optical networking, and modern event technology platform provider
Bill builds on previous commitments by the government, which has added new measures to uphold democracy and freedom of speech while making tech giants more accountable
Oracle adds deeper subscription support for B2C and B2B users to its CX platform, as users look to tie renewals, billing and self-service to commerce revenue.
Cisco's acquisition of Sedona Systems is expected to add significant carrier technology for 5G slicing and routed optical networking.
New system designed ‘with interests of patients at its heart’ will provide near-real-time primary care data to support improvements in healthcare and help research
Colocation giant Equinix’s latest Tech Trends Survey takes a look at how the IT spending priorities of IT leaders across the globe have shifted in response to the Covid-19 pandemic
In the wake of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, national cybersecurity experts make the case for additional funding during a Senate hearing.
Newly tightened integration between VMware's Tanzu service mesh and Avi load balancer is meant to simplify provisioning, facilitate multi-cloud failover and automate cloud bursting.
First interim update to UK regulator’s audit of mobile coverage and fixed broadband availability finds gigabit industry defies pandemic to continue aggressive infrastructure deployment
As ransomware attacks increase across the globe and ransom payment reimbursement becomes a key issue for cyber insurers, AXA may be setting a new trend for private industries.
DarkSide may be best known for the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack, but the gang has hit dozens of organizations since last summer, presenting itself as a Robin Hood-type group.
VMware has named a new CEO in Rangarajan (Raghu) Raghuram, who will be a familiar face to longtime customers. Raghuram takes over the top job on June 1.
U.S. Department of Commerce CISO Ryan Higgins said in a Senate committee hearing Tuesday that his department was one of first agencies to detect the systemic compromise.
A security researcher discovered a jailbreaking method for Apple's new mobile locating tracking devices, which were introduced just last month.
Salesforce gives users a taste of Dynamic Interactions low-code features to come with a beta release of features planned for its next major platform update.
Dell has designed the Precision series desktops for power-hungry tasks like CAD and data science. But they come when desktop sales are on the decline.
Confluent introduces a series of new real-time data efforts as users of the open source data-streaming technology outline real-world deployment applications.
Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report draws predictable conclusions as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to be felt
Over 80% of CISOs think their existing security capabilities stayed strong during the worst of the Covid-19 pandemic, but now face stress and burnout on an unheard-of scale
Created with the help of survivors, Refuge’s resource site offers guidance on protecting yourself from tech-enabled domestic abuse
Largest 5G consumer study to date finds seven in 10 5G users expect more innovative services and apps, while 20% have decreased usage of Wi-Fi on their phones at home and other locations after upgrading
Several months on from the departure of ex-VMware chief Pat Gelsinger, the virtualisation giant names Raghu Raghuram as his permanent successor
Joe Biden has signed a new Executive Order to harden US cyber security and government networks, with an emphasis on information sharing
Cabinet Office minister Julia Lopez wants to address issues with legacy systems, improve digital skills across government and improve department collaboration, including in procurement
Disclosing exploit code before patches are available gives malicious actors a ‘massive’ head-start, says Kenna Security
Channel players report growth in remote working and security solutions as customers reacted to the pandemic
Mars plans to drive new data insights and AI across its supply chains to optimise production and lower its carbon footprint
Container storage player Portworx builds in container-native functionality to allow discovery, provisioning and management from inside Kubernetes cluster, but only on Pure arrays so far
Number of homes and businesses reached by fibre grows rapidly in 39 leading European territories, with FTTH/B coverage in Europe surpassing more than half the total number of homes
NHSX director of policy and strategy Simon Madden says the long-awaited strategy is expected to “trigger huge debates” on issues such as access, choice and transparency, and will be published in draft form shortly to allow for consultation
Security researcher Mathy Vanhoef said every Wi-Fi device is impacted by at least one of the 12 vulnerabilities, and most devices are vulnerable to several of the flaws.
A datacentre project in Denmark is grappling with the challenges of reusing waste heat in local central heating systems
Impact of Covid-19 on consumer business combined with reduction in enterprise activity dents revenues and profits in a tough financial year, but UK telco promises significant growth in gigabit broadband roll-out
Vendor Pure Storage uses its virtual event to outline a number of enhancements for its channel to take advantage of to discover new opportunities
Payment platform app provider publicly commits to moving more of its workloads to the Google Cloud Platform as consumer demand for online payment options soar
As the pandemic eases, many business leaders are engaged with effectively offering remote working flexibility and are creating and communicating plans to their employees, setting expectations and guidelines moving forward
Microsoft releases four fixes for the email server product, which remains firmly in the sights of threat actors seeking new ways to exploit the system.
Pure launched its first Portworx container storage update since acquiring the startup last year and enabled management through its newly updated Pure1 management tool.
StorOne has expanded its software-defined storage product to Azure, promising lower prices and the ability to adjust storage needs on demand.
The cloud data lake engine provider expands beyond log search, with a multi-model API that now includes SQL query execution for analytics and BI.
Following several high-profile attacks on the federal government, the new executive order seeks to eliminate outdated security practices and improve supply chain security.
AWS SaaS Boost may give developers a place to begin, but the new open source project needs work to become more than a lock-in tool for AWS, according to industry observers.
According to Verizon's latest Data Breach Investigations Report, 60% of ransomware cases involved either direct installation or installation via desktop sharing software.
Okta’s acquisition of rival Auth0 will enable both companies to expand their footprint in the Asia-Pacific region as demand for identity management services soars amid the pandemic
The Cabinet Office has partnered with government technology accelerator Public to run a programme for startups developing innovative digital and data technologies that can help with some of the most pressing climate issues
Dutch police developed a deep learning model in their EncroChat investigation to predict which messages contain serious threats to life
Elon Musk’s low Earth orbit satellite constellation to locate ground stations in IT giant’s data centre properties, providing businesses with access to leading cloud infrastructure
The 2025 ISDN switch-off is moving closer and as local exchanges are marked out for transition, Spitfire Network Services has exposed high levels of ignorance about the changes
Two former subpostmasters pushed to the brink of suicide after being convicted for financial crimes finally have their names cleared
IT systems in hospitals across Ireland have been switched off following a significant ransomware attack
Online retail giant goes public with plans to create 10,000 new jobs in UK and embark on a retraining plan for existing staff who may want to pursue employment opportunities outside the company later down the line
Colonial Pipeline may have paid a significant ransom within hours of being attacked, it has emerged, but it’s unlikely the story ends here
Salesforce finally calls its customer data platform a CDP with its latest release, adds marketer-friendly segmentation features and MuleSoft, Tableau integrations.
Fast-food restaurants aren't the only places hungry for employees. High-skilled professional and business services occupations account for nearly 1.4 million openings.
NWN cited the expansion of its customer base and geographical reach as key benefits driving its Carousel Industries acquisition; other IT channel news.
The $400 million acquisition would bring cloud-based zero trust security to Jamf's Apple-focused endpoint management platform. It's Jamf's largest acquisition to date.
Cisco's acquisitions, announced this week, would improve event hosting in Webex, boost network speeds for 5G, and enhance its security platform. Deal terms were not released.
Researchers have uncovered a blind spot in web security that opens the door for tracking across multiple browsers and thwarts common privacy protections like incognito and VPN.