The city-state saw more ransomware threats and command-and-control servers hosted out of its highly connected network infrastructure last year, as threat actors capitalised on the pandemic
Australia’s New South Wales department of education takes some systems offline as a precautionary measure in response to a cyber attack last Thursday
Research from connectivity specialist finds three-quarters of UK respondents say their internet-of-things project is at best only somewhat successful in meeting expectations and realising benefits, but 91% still plan increased investment
Research predicts major uptick in enterprise IT spending, spurred by edge, 5G and private network investments, representing significant opportunity for communications service providers in 2022 and beyond
NHS Business Services Authority is working to transform the NHS Jobs platform, currently in beta stage, with plans to launch it early next year
The cost of a scheme set up to compensate subpostmasters who were victims of the Horizon IT scandal will exceed £300m even before damages are paid to all those who suffered
In an open letter signed by 76 MPs, the prime minister and the chancellor are facing calls to intervene urgently on how the loan charge policy is being enforced
Kaseya has successfully deployed a patch to its ransomware-hit VSA product as per a revised schedule, and customers are beginning to come back online
Competition watchdog considers whether to launch market investigation into role played by Motorola’s mobile radio network used by all emergency services in UK
5G mmWave networking equipment provider teams with Liverpool-based part of 5G Testbeds and Trials Programme to develop new multi-sector intellectual property
Even before Kaseya was hit by a high-profile ransomware attack, the need for managed service providers to recognise security was already on the rise
German industrial robot manufacturer turns to comms technology provider for 5G private wireless for reliable connectivity in the development of intelligent automation
The hunt for talent across the industry continues, with a number of channel-facing executives starting fresh roles
Vendors are making significant investments in Kubernetes backup as customers' containerized applications enter production and the demand for protection increases.
Rather than making the investments, Infor decided that the best way to advance its Infor EAM platform was to sell it, a move one analyst described as 'shortsighted.'
Infrastructure-as-code security scans appeal to enterprises as they shift cloud-native security left; Aqua's tfsec buy adds to its free offerings amid broad competition.
Multi-cloud storage and migration can be a costly hassle, but Flexify.IO CTO Sergey Kandaurov claims his company's flagship product can help eliminate fees and woes about lock-in.
SolarWinds says targeted attacks from a single threat actor have been reported on a previously unknown vulnerability in the Serv-U file transfer platform.
Longtime independent business intelligence vendor SAS Institute Inc. is in talks to be acquired by Broadcom, with a reported purchase price of $15 billion to $20 billion.
Microsoft has agreed to purchase threat intelligence vendor RiskIQ to bolster its cloud security offerings and help customers address global cyberthreats.
Automation will enable IT teams to focus on driving transformative projects instead of supporting tasks that can be automated, says UiPath CEO Daniel Dines
Starting from the position that meeting mid-band spectrum needs is vital to the future of 5G and requires forward-planning from policy-makers, mobile industry trade association warns that without additional spectrum, it will be impossible to realise the full potential of 5G in some cases
Half-yearly datacentre market tracker data from Cloudscene confirms Digital Realty remains the operator to beat in EMEA, but its nearest rival, Equinix, leads the market in several other regions
The strategy sets out six principles, aiming to reduce cost and complexity while driving innovation and developing better digital products and services
Fintech investments have bounced back in the first half of this year after a Covid-19-hit 2020
Netherlands court rules that a public prosecutor should give evidence about the role of the Dutch in the EncroChat cryptophone hack which has led to arrests of organised gangs worldwide
The largest ever seizure of cryptocurrency in the UK comes just weeks after a previous multi-million pound confiscation, as law enforcement clamps down on money laundering
Security player has seen increased revenues in its managed threat and response operation in the first half of 2021
Government is again facing calls to ensure contractors that pay the same amount of tax as permanent employees also receive the same workplace benefits
Too many companies have cut back on security training and development during the pandemic, says UK Cyber Security Council
Market analysis from Canalys and IDC shows business customers are continuing to spend, with desktops enjoying a decent quarter
New datacentre location helps Secureworks’ customers meet EU data residency requirements
Steve Miranda, executive vice-president of applications development for Oracle globally, is showcasing three US customer wins against SAP at the supplier’s quarterly Oracle Live event
Developers are the focus of Acquia's update to Open DXP. They get an all-cloud app dev environment, AI search and a toolbox to build employee-facing apps and services.
StrongLink version 3.2 adds new features to StrongBox Data's flagship software, including multisite storage management, a command-line interface and more.
Authentication bypass vulnerability in a Schneider Electric product could lead to device takeover
French train operator and technical partners unveil 5G Living Lab devoted to industrial practices, designed to extend 5G tests in local station and support modernisation of the group’s industrial entities
Comms tech provider says positive news likely in forthcoming Q2 results and despite some headwinds in the second half, it has good foundation for the full year
Car maker is encouraging researchers and startups to submit industry-specific algorithms that take advantage of quantum computing
Financial stability report by Bank of England’s Financial Policy Committee raises red flag about banks’ growing reliance on a small number of cloud service providers
Artificial intelligence will become the most influential technology in the fintech sector over the next five years
DCMS has awarded £700,000 of funding to a network of 20 regional cyber clusters
Patching is still a struggle for many organizations, and challenges include limited resources, technical debt, decentralized infrastructure and much more.
At the MongoDB.live 2021 virtual conference, the vendor unveiled its next-generation database platform with more time-series data support and live re-sharding capabilities.
XenData launched an object storage interface for its LTO archives, along with a new synchronization service that consolidates multiple archives into a single, global repository.
Dashboards take substantial time to build and maintain, and they've become outdated with the current pace of business, says ThoughtSpot's chief data strategy officer.
Layoffs and involuntary terminations have reached a new low, as firms try to retain employees and hire new ones. They're also turning to some unique cash incentives.
The authentication bypass vulnerability is a symptom of a much larger security crisis plaguing industrial control hardware, according to researchers who found the bug.
A GSMA study found that the gender gap is closing for mobile internet usage in South Asia, along with higher smartphone ownership fuelled by the falling cost of handsets and data
Spanish subsidiary of Vodafone follows UK and German counterparts in selecting Ericsson for core standalone solution to unlock the full potential of next-generation networks
The Mayor’s Resilience Fund called for ideas to support businesses and communities emerge from the pandemic, and there are some standout winners
Technology uses artificial intelligence and video analytics to help retail businesses improve the in-store experience, with processes boosted by 5G
Microsoft’s July Patch Tuesday update fixes 117 vulnerabilities, 13 rated as critical and four already being actively exploited
Cloud services will soon be the largest part of the IT services market in Europe, as enterprises invest in them as part of their Covid-19 recovery strategies
The REvil ransomware operation appears to have gone dark, but claims about its demise are almost certainly exaggerated
Global payments company harnesses comms provider’s 5G network to innovate in payments and commerce sector, delivering solutions to support immersive retail technology and point-of-sale
Commission for Smart Government paper sets out recommendations for how government can use digital technologies to better serve citizens’ needs, and calls for it to set up new digital task forces
Pan-Nordic payments platform will move to its next phase after receiving merger approval from the European Commission
Salesforce Media Cloud adds a multimedia ad sales platform for media companies to manage their customers' ad spend. Also: AppExchange partner marketplace adds chat, user reviews.
Vendor reacts to emergence of hybrid working with a hosted desktop option that partners and ISVs can get behind and involved with
Data player keen to sign up more managed service providers as it looks to widen the reach of its SaaS offering
Microsoft said Windows 365 gives companies a simple way to use cloud-based desktops at a predictable price. The company will release two versions of the product in early August.
Expanding its cloud offerings, Microsoft has simplified Azure Virtual Desktops with a new way to access Windows on any device
Acquisition talks between SAS and Broadcom broke down a day after they were reported, but SAS may have hoped all along to attract another potential buyer.
Informatica moves more of its on-premises capabilities into the cloud as it aims to provide an integrated data platform for multiple use cases, including analytics and AI.
Microsoft addressed 116 unique CVEs, including several corrections for Exchange Server, in this month's batch of security updates.
Microsoft has observed DEV-0322, the threat actor exploiting the SolarWinds Serv-U zero-day, 'targeting entities in the U.S. Defense Industrial Base Sector and software companies.'
Video conferencing vendors tackle video fatigue with tools to mitigate the stress caused by the overuse of their products. Experts advise using multiple means of communication.
Hazelcast's new technology will provide a unified SQL query engine on a single cluster that will allow users to query both real-time data and data at rest.
Nvidia will integrate its Bluefield-2 DPU with Palo Alto Network's virtual firewall to boost performance and offer better security to handle the onslaught of cloud applications.
July's Patch Tuesday update includes critical fixes, but one well-known remote code execution bug might remain open for those with specific registry key settings.
The vendor kicked off its virtual event with new visions for its technologies, aimed at aligning with a world where digital adoption has skyrocketed.
The Singapore government is pumping in S$50m to bolster research in technologies that will foster digital trust in areas such as privacy protection and identity management
UK’s incumbent telco unveils new mobile and convergence ambitions with almost universal next-generation wireless over next seven years
Industry association set up for driving digital transformation through collaboration calls on comms providers to take advantage of industry-defining cloud native standards
EU Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs study calls for major reforms of US spying laws to enable an EU-US data-sharing agreement to replace Privacy Shield
The United Arab Emirates is offering visas to coders across the world as it attempts to attract talent to support its economic diversification
Vendor uses Inspire event to reveal plans for next year, including a revamped deal reg and significant increases in technical skills training
Revolut has become the most valuable financial technology firm in the UK after its latest round of investment, with plans for a ‘superapp’
Underground electrical network explosion causes ‘significant collateral damage’ to cabling infrastructure, with users in south-east London told to brace themselves for ‘at least’ 24 hours of disruption
Green Jobs Taskforce report looks at how the UK’s workforce can be skilled up to support the transition to net zero
Online Media Literacy Strategy aims to train teachers and care-givers in understanding disinformation so they can help others in safely navigating the internet
Lawyers head to French supreme court after appeals court finds EnroChat inception legal under French law
Research from Context paints a picture of a market that has seen serious increases in demand over the course of the coronavirus pandemic
Salesforce Audience Studio DMP is no longer being sold, Salesforce confirms. It could signal the beginning of the end of programmatic digital ad sales.
SonicWall said that those who fail to update or disconnect their vulnerable SMA 100 and SRA devices are 'at imminent risk of a targeted ransomware attack.'
At Microsoft Inspire 2021, executives highlighted ways Microsoft has differentiated its cloud platform from rivals. Partners can expect to see the cloud platform expand.
In the latest initiatives to combat ransomware, the new website provides individuals and organizations with services and tools to help reduce the risk of attacks.
Macquarie Data Centres’ latest 32MW facility will come with a cyber security centre that monitors and manages cyber security events
Parent of Exertis holds its AGM and updates investors on the progress made so far in its fiscal year
Just as it was announcing a robust end to its first half, global comms tech provider reveals massive contract with US communications giant to deliver 5G solutions
Users of older versions of SonicWall Secure Mobile Access 100 and Secure Remote Access products are at risk from a new ransomware campaign
Integration between Teams and Dynamics 365 lets sales and service reps edit customer records while talking to clients. Teams also offers integration with third-party apps.
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French authorities fined Google $593 million this week, shedding light on how current regulations won't have meaningful effect on the business practices of tech giants.