The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) wants an inclusive and innovative economy, with increased research and development (R&D) investment and better digital intensity and adoption, particularly among SMEs
Akamai’s chief technology officer Robert Blumofe makes the case for a decentralised security model to address cyber threats that are emanating from the network edge
Members of the European Parliament are calling for the European Commission to ensure EU citizens have greater privacy rights
Thailand’s state comms technology joins consortium of network firms to develop “Silicon Beach”, with end-to-end 5G private network
Two amendments to the incoming Finance Bill that have the potential to ban the use of umbrella companies are being voted on by MPs in the House of Commons today
Megaport Virtual Edge technology enables network managers to modernise their SD-WAN connectivity, optimise network performance and cut provisioning time
The government funding will be awarded to innovators, businesses and academics across the UK to develop technologies in carbon capture, greenhouse gas removal and hydrogen
Software could help IT systems develop immunity to some cyber attacks in a similar way to how the body fights infection
Home secretary’s plans for immigration reform include border crossing technology, online immigration status service and electronic travel authorisation system
Data on millions of people who flew with Air India between 2011 and 2021 appears to have been compromised in the recent Sita supply chain attack
Figures from Context and research from Mimecast shine a light on the impact of spam and phishing attacks
Advanced cloud-managed Wi-Fi enables secure, reliable connectivity and simplified network management throughout historic site of renowned global hotel chain
Over 11,000 people have registered their preference for organ donation via the NHS App in just four days, 10 times more than average for that time
With HubSpot Operations Hub, users -- typically small and medium-sized businesses -- can access cloud tools most often used by large enterprise sales teams.
WANdisco LiveData Migrator can now move Hive metadata alongside Hadoop data to Databricks, saving customers from a lengthy and manual transformation process.
Catalogic Software has divested its ECX product to long-time storage hardware partner IBM and will now focus on its CloudCasa Kubernetes data protection service.
Hospitals and emergency service networks in the U.S. are at heightened risk from the new ransomware operation that disrupted Ireland's healthcare system in recent weeks.
University of Melbourne has teamed up with public and private sector organisations to build an AI application that can predict traffic congestion up to three hours ahead
DBS Bank is looking for more women to fill over 140 openings in engineering roles in a bid to improve gender diversity among its ranks
While high-profile cyber attacks and zero-days grab headlines, statistics gathered by network security specialists Cato suggest CISOs should be addressing legacy threats
Women account for about 2-3% of engineering and technology directors in startups and scaleups, says report
Joint venture will interconnect companies’ network footprints in the Middle East, connecting digital hubs and providing inter-regional connectivity
Netherlands-based international homeware retailer vidaXL taps up Google Cloud for SAP systems migration
Think 2021 was an opportunity for IBM to showcase its progress in a vision for hybrid cloud operations and artificial intelligence
Consumers who found their McAfee antivirus contracts auto-renewed will be able to get out of their contracts and get their money back
The vast majority of security leaders questioned for a new report say they are concerned about the possibility of group legal settlements against them following a serious data breach
Software provider boosts collaboration that will enable service providers to transform to the cloud with cloud-native systems and cloud transformation services
Consumers were forced into using digital channels during the coronavirus lockdowns, but some digital users now plan to return to the physical world
Summit E&P made a strategic move to Nutanix hyper-converged and away from NetApp and VMware and wanted backup that could handle virtual machines and physical servers
Westcon and Logicalis owner has seen a ‘structural shift’ as the result of the changes accelerated by the coronavirus pandemic
Security, cloud and networking player adds more muscle with a move to pick up fellow UK-focused VAD
An online game for primary schools, clubs and youth organisations will teach children aged seven to 11 the fundamentals of staying safe online
MPs were denied the opportunity to vote in favour of amending the incoming Finance Bill to ‘curb or kill’ umbrella companies, prompting industry watchers to double down on calls for regulation
Intel research identifies edge computing as a critical factor that businesses must harness to navigate and understand data now and into the future
The third anniversary of the introduction of European data compliance rules is a moment to remind partners that there is still a sales opportunity around the regulations
Startup 22dot6 launches Valence, software-defined storage that throws a virtualisation layer over any backend storage via multiple nodes that split metadata and storage services
The latest version of Backblaze's B2 cloud storage adds better security features and S3-compatible integrations ahead of a partner API rollout later this year.
European Court of Human Rights finds that the UK’s bulk surveillance programme breached citizens’ privacy rights
The controversy about an election audit of Maricopa County, Ariz., involves accusations of deleted databases, bamboo fibers and potentially ruined voting machines.
The new Forge Real Estate Operations application from Honeywell and SAP marries operational data with enterprise data to help companies make better decisions on building usage.
The new 24- and 43-inch Smart Monitors will run Microsoft 365 and support Bixby, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice assistants. Pricing for Smart Monitors starts at $200.
Canada Life Assurance Company's initial adoption of a recruiting AI tool to rank candidates has proved so successful, it's paving the way for deeper investments in the technology.
Amid a surging market for AI technology, Smart Eye, a vendor of AI-based eye tracking and driver tracking systems, acquires a vendor of emotion-sensing AI software.
After a two-year development effort, Atlassian Forge is generally available as a distribution point for the add-on apps users need to match on-premises features in the cloud.
Veeam backup software additions announced at VeeamON include Kasten integration, Office 365 enhancements and further hyperscale cloud support.
Retrospect Backup 18 focuses on anti-ransomware with the ability to make backups stored in public clouds immutable and an updated management console with security features.
Amazon is facing an antitrust lawsuit for fixing retail product prices. Experts said the argument likely won't hold up and Amazon will fight it 'tooth and nail.'
Oracle enters the Arm-based processor market alongside other top-tier cloud providers to improve price-performance for cloud app development.
FireEye researchers say exposed and poorly guarded industrial systems are being increasingly compromised by low-skill hackers using entry-level exploit techniques.
Google Cloud unveiled a trio of new tools, aimed at enabling users to work through the entire analytics workflow, during its virtual Data Cloud Summit.
Tibco unveiled a host of new features May 26 during its virtual user conference, including new embedded data science capabilities and a model deployment tool.
Truespeed converts farm and dairy business from ADSL to gigabit network to transform its business capability
Criminal Cases Review Commission will not allow pressure on its resources to prevent subpostmasters seeking a review of their criminal convictions
Online training in areas such as IT support and UX design will be available through the Department for Work and Pensions
Latest development in advancement of open radio access network technology sees global provider of network test, monitoring and assurance services take test solution to leading cloud environment
Firm’s third-quarter trading update should please investors that are looking to the channel player to continue growth
An app developed by UK startup Transreport for the Rail Delivery Group aims to improve train travel for disabled passengers
More than £63m has been lost nationally by victims of investment fraud via a social media platform, says Action Fraud
The fourth MSP Day shines a light on where service providers expect growth to come from
The volume of data being stolen through breaches is growing steadily and shows no sign of slowing, according to a report from Imperva
Channel player indicates that it has weathered the storm over its fiscal year and is set for growth
The tech giant debuted new database services, including more security for Azure Database for PostgreSQL and MySQL, and a distributed ledger for Azure SQL.
Department is ‘surprisingly resistant’ to a lessons-learned exercise based on findings during Covid, says Public Accounts Committee report
Harlow-based firm claims to be the first UK wholesale colocation provider to build a free-cooled facility, with the help of digital twin and computational fluid dynamics technology
Databricks announces launch of open source project called Delta Sharing at Data + AI Summit, with backing of data providers and business intelligence tool suppliers
The five finalists for the 2021 MIT Sloan CIO Leadership Award have hit upon a straightforward way to achieve business-IT alignment: Be the business.
Amid price reductions, executive changes and layoffs, New Relic hones ease of use for its DevOps monitoring tools in a bid to boost its cachet among software engineers.
At its virtual Data + AI Summit, the AI vendor detailed new capabilities to make information stored in cloud data lakes more accessible and secure.
Microsoft has introduced tools that let developers manage apps, charge for subscriptions and use audio and video feeds on Teams. Some tools are available today, others in the summer.
SAP rolled out a revenue-sharing model that aims to support cloud economics. The software company also encouraged IP development among its partners.
Vijay D'Souza, the GAO's director of IT and cybersecurity, said during a joint hearing that 'none of the agencies have fully implemented our recommendations.'
Google researchers discovered a bit-flipping hardware trick can now be carried out across extra rows of transistors, circumventing protections against the attack technique.
Privacy and human rights organisations have asked data protection regulators in the UK, France, Austria, Italy and Greece to investigate controversial facial recognition company Clearview AI
The groundswell in containerisation and open-source hypervisors is behind Veeam’s recent move to enable backup and recovery of emerging workloads
The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the adoption of digital learning technologies in the Gulf region’s education sector
HPE subsidiary introduces new access points to take advantage of 6GHz spectrum band to deliver greater performance, lower latency and faster data rates to support high-bandwidth enterprise applications and use cases
Nokia’s AVA AI use-case library now delivered as a service on Azure public cloud, claiming to combine telco-grade security and instant web scale architecture scalability
Singapore’s national water agency PUB is deploying autonomous drones at six reservoirs to monitor water quality and other activities to improve operational efficiency
To hasten full-fibre network build out and help meet growing customer demand, BT-owned broadband provision division deploys new routing, switching and optical solutions
Company has previewed new capabilities to Azure application services, giving developers greater freedom of where to deploy workloads
Spiralling stress levels among SOC and IT security teams can be attributed mainly to alert overload, says Trend Micro
Cloud comms player has set its sights on growing its market share here and has backed that up with more support for the channel
Netherlands capital hosts TCS’s latest innovation hub, which will bring together an ecosystem to address the challenge of sustainability
Move to prevent the likes of Amazon using the government's new super-deduction policy to minimise their UK tax liabilities even further fails to win support in the House of Commons
Farming and rural healthcare are among the sectors set to benefit from 5G hub, which will bring together technological expertise, academic research and local businesses
At its Data + AI Summit, Databricks introduced AutoML, glass box tools and Delta Lake-based Feature Store capabilities for its AI platform.
Accelerating build out of Belgium’s leading high capacity, open fibre network, operator taps comms tech provider to make first ever 25G PON live deployment running on the same fibre network equipment currently used
Uber and GMB sign “landmark” collective bargaining agreement with no ability to negotiate on earnings, attracting criticism from smaller unions that it lacks teeth
Autonomous vehicle technology companies develop code of practice to deploy autonomy safely, efficiently and at scale across a range of environments, in particular off-road settings such as mines, farms and ports where there are no pre-defined or standardised highway rules
The loss of 150,000 records from a number of national policing systems was caused by a human coding error, but made worse by process and management failures
Juniper said the latest update to its recently acquired Apstra network automation product sends a message to customers that the company is committed to multi-platform support.
At Google's Data Cloud Summit, a new service released in preview to enable users to capture data from other sources to bring into Google's cloud data and analytics services.
New data centers, increased market attention and more are planned for cloud storage company Wasabi by its CEO David Friend after a $137 million Series C funding round.
With the consolidated and contextualized information that Clumio Discover provides, customers with large, sprawling AWS environments can make better snapshot policy decisions.
The U.S. government has put forward a trio of new cybersecurity requirements for companies that operate oil and gas pipelines, including incident reporting and risk assessment.
Professional IT body wants changes to how computer evidence is used in court in the wake of the Post Office case
Research by contrator-focused accountancy firm inniAccounts shines a light on how contractors are responding to their clients’ handling of the IR35 reforms
New network performance yardstick from analyst firm highlights ‘everyday’ usage of next-generation networks in pure play and mixed modes, and finds that BT-owned mobile service maintains availability and speed leadership
Cyber security firm says it is taking a different approach – and the channel can benefit
Leading ISP expands partnership with leading infrastructure provider to add 22 locations for its full-fibre home broadband services
Dell delivers strong revenue growth in its first quarter, but indicates that second quarter might be hit by the ongoing industry-wide component shortages
Jitterbit broadened its reach to retailers and their trading partners with the acquisition of eBridge Connections to address EDI and e-commerce use cases.
A fresh round of investor deals in the cloud consulting space put a spotlight on Oracle, Twilio and ServiceNow's partner ecosystems; other IT channel news.
In this Q&A from VeeamON, several Veeam executives discuss data backup trends, the potential of the company going public, and if more acquisitions are on the table.
NASA is implementing a graph database to serve as the foundation of its people analytics. It will give managers and employees insights into skills and training needs.
At Sapphire Now, the SAP community is hoping for clarity on Rise with SAP and an honest look at the challenges facing SAP customers.
GPT-3-enabled Microsoft Power Apps will enable those with little or no coding experience to build Power FX applications on Azure using natural, conversational language.
The latest Chrome update changes the way the browser handles tabs to reduce CPU and power consumption. Chrome 91 also lets people copy and paste files directly into emails.
Employers face pressure to take action against employees for non-work activities. But, as Amy Cooper's recent lawsuit illustrates, doing so is not without risk.
Experts believe breaking up big tech companies does more harm than good. Other, light-handed approaches, including third-party audits of algorithms, might be better.