The narrowing gender gap may be a cause for cheer, but more needs to be done to curb discrimination, and attract and retain women for cyber security roles in Asia-Pacific
Driven by startups and scaleups, employment in digital firms in Edinburgh and Glasgow is growing more than in other parts of the UK, according to data
FTSE 100 catering services company is undergoing a widespread overhaul of its technology and improving the digital offering to customers
Private equity companies are betting on the Nordic datacentre sector as demand for services in the region accelerates
Vendor told partners back in May that a fresh programme would come in a year and it has continued to outline the roadmap
Newly formed consortium led by Unseenlabs and Euroconsult responds to European Commission call for tenders to collect disruptive ideas for an ‘innovative’ European broadband constellation in space sector
A year after unveiling a new analytics environment that blends data science, visualization and streaming, interoperability continues to guide the vendor's development strategy.
Personnel changes at Arrow ECS, Exertis and Emarsys, and Agilitas IT Solutions backs its sustainability commitments
Google Filestore Enterprise will provide synchronous replication across three zones, while Backup for Google Kubernetes Engine brings built-in container cluster data protection
Following the discovery of “suspicious network activity” in its systems, payroll processing firm Giant Umbrella has taken itself offline, leaving contractors to fume over missing salary payments
Cloud-native network software provider teams with digital business and IT services provider, aiming to meet the needs of operators around the world as they build or transition to open and virtualised 5G networks
Cyber crime has a disproportionate impact on women and BAME people, according to a new report
Unionised Uber drivers take industrial action in response to ongoing disputes over pay and claims that drivers are being unfairly dismissed as a result of the company’s technologies
The Surface hardware is better suited for Teams, which will come standard on the new OS. The hardware will also make use of Windows 11's haptic feedback capabilities.
Zoom's acquisition of Five9 has triggered a national security review of its ties to the Chinese government. Tech buyers may be wary after the latest Zoom controversy.
New York's enforcement of a vaccine mandate in healthcare offers an early indication of the job turnover that may come in other industries.
Organisations across the region will spend more on technologies such as AI and IoT this year, as part of their long-term investment plans to improve operational efficiency and customer service
Alteryx expanded its partnership agreement with a robotic process automation vendor as Alteryx continues to make automation a central part of its analytics platform.
Initially a charter aimed at educating young women about tech careers, PwC-led initiative Tech She Can is now an independent charity with 200 members
The plan sets out the goals around treating data as a strategic asset to be achieved by 2025
Global telco claims significant reinforcement of connectivity and resilience after landing in western France with two next-generation transatlantic submarine cables
All-flash array vendor Pure Storage expands its cloud services with Fusion, enabling storage on demand for developers, and Portworx Data Services, a database-as-a-service.
Pure Fusion is a storage control plane across cloud and datacentre. Portworx Data Services also launches to provide database management for container storage platform
Comms tech provider says global scale of mobile connectivity is triggering a new wave of next-generation innovation that will address some of the planet’s most pressing issues
Component issues have been a feature of the market all year, but as the fourth quarter looms, the channel is being encouraged to get a strategy around products
Energy and telecom cable systems provider says new fibre technology can significantly reduce bend losses and extend expected network lifetime
Microsoft researchers believe Nobelium, the Russian-backed group that breached SolarWinds, has been using a backdoor tool called FoggyWeb since at least April.
Palo Alto Networks shares details of how its red teamers found and sealed a customer vulnerability that could have led to another SolarWinds-style supply chain attack
One Talk desk phone described as the first such device with embedded 4G LTE cellular technology available in the US, removing need to rewire and reconfigure floorplans for phone services as employees return to the office
The UK’s information commissioner has told MPs that digital economy regulators need discrete remits backed up by strong information sharing powers to both provide clear focus as well as allow for greater cooperation between their disparate but interlinked regimes
HPE taps multiple open source technologies, including Kubernetes, Apache Spark and Delta Lake, for developing new data fabric services on its GreenLake cloud platform.
The ransomware problem has grown more severe in recent years due to a growing number of attacks against large organizations and the standardization of double-extortion tactics.
Microsoft turned its attention to organizations that are slower to patch by releasing an emergency mitigation tool as a temporary fix against current threats.
Catalogic introduced paid subscription tiers for customers using its CloudCasa Kubernetes backup-as-a-service platform to store persistent volume backups.
The $40m global health equity programme will fund projects that improve health outcomes for underserved communities
Robotic process automation provides another piece of the jigsaw in Tibco’s drive to be a data company
Consumers are blaming banks, retailers and social media for the huge increase in online scams, survey shows
JP Morgan Chase’s digital bank allows it to start from scratch in the UK, with no legacy infrastructure to overhaul
After a huge ramp-up in nationwide full-fibre roll-out in the last 12 months, infrastructure provider secures support for ambitions to serve eight million homes
Vendor shares a film around the topic making the case for those in the public sector to adopt a hybrid cloud position
Women in UK financial technology have welcomed bank’s new female-focused lab and funding initiative and call for more like it from the sector
Consumers that suspect they are being targeted by fraudsters can call 159 to be directly linked to their bank, as part of a 12-month pilot
Amazon Web Services is seeking expressions of interest from local authorities across the UK, Ireland and Spain to take part in a three-month cloud trial programme
Joint forums set up by HM Treasury and the Bank of England for a Central Bank Digital Currency include representatives from big tech firms, fintechs and incumbent banks
Microsoft has put a lot of emphasis on improving security in Windows 11, but this comes at a cost as old hardware is no longer supported
Research from core network software platform provider highlights enterprise willingness to invest in private networks solutions as they seek greater network security, network performance and tighter network control
Microsoft’s threat intelligence team warns of a new strain of malware being used by the Russia-linked Nobelium APT
Vista Equity Partners, the parent company of analytics vendor Tibco, has revealed its intent to acquire a leading robotic process automation vendor and plans to roll it into Tibco once the deal closes.
ThoughtSpot, which made a strategic shift to prioritize the cloud in 2020 in anticipation of eventually going public, reported substantial year-over-year SaaS revenue growth.
Founder and CEO of cyber security firm Group-IB detained in Moscow on treason charges
CloudBees previews the fruits of a quietly acquired stealth IT compliance automation startup and modifies its platform plans under new executive leadership.
Group-IB maintains the innocence of CEO and founder Ilya Sachkov and said that co-founder and CTO Dmitry Volkov will assume leadership of the company.
At a Workday event, business, HR and technology leaders highlighted flexible work, purpose-driven corporate missions and virtual reality as useful hiring and retention strategies.
Three IT professionals from across the globe discuss the benefits of using cloud file storage over their previous on-prem setups during Nasuni's CloudBound21 conference.
Kong adds support for Istio and Envoy integration with its API gateway to consolidate network management between traditional and cloud-native apps.
A simplified new attack tool based on Telegram scripts is allowing criminals to steal one-time password credentials and take over user accounts and drain bank funds.
The new capabilities added to Tibco's Predict portfolio of BI tools focus on ease of use and their interoperability with other parts of the Tibco platform.
The National University of Singapore and Thales have joined hands to test quantum technologies for commercial applications in security and sensing
UK consumers are willing to pay a small fee per month to have control of the data they share with Google and Facebook
End-to-end service offering grows to more than 30 verticals in less than a year as comms tech provider reveals latest internet of things-as-a-service applications
Data player cuts the ribbon on offerings for traditional and modern apps with partners able to get behind the launches
API-based banking-as-a-service offering means customers can access services such as current accounts or debit cards without the need for heavy tech development or regulatory approval
Technology and business solutions provider enriches enterprise telephony and connectivity with IT giant’s Operator Connect for Teams to assist users’ support for the new normal or working
The pandemic led to many developers working from home, and many have experienced burnout
German digital bank is fined by financial services regulator for failing in relation to its anti-money laundering practices
Benu Networks, Casa Systems, Cisco and Nokia join Vodafone in test to pave the way for faster open broadband networks, validating Broadband Forum global standard for interoperability between different suppliers
Global Internet Geography Research Service analyses internet capacity, traffic and IP transit pricing and finds average traffic growth and peak traffic growth drop as world accommodates post-Covid environment
Managed service player has got through three tough years and has made decisions that will enhance its growth prospects
FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington said satellite-based wireless broadband should be available in remote areas where fiber isn't an option.
NEC and its Netcracker subsidiary join ADVA and Juniper Networks to announce integrated multi-supplier system to optimise wireless transport
Managed service player turns acquirer to add more AWS and Azure skills to the business
Computer Weekly has revealed who is on the 2021 list of the 50 Most Influential Women in UK Tech, including this year’s winner Poppy Gustafsson
Despite a lack of women in the technology sector, new champions of diversity, inclusion and technology are always surfacing – so who is likely to appear in Computer Weekly’s top 50 list in the future?
B2B networks increasingly offer smaller companies opportunities to collaborate and conduct business with multiple parties, but the networks have to be easy to use and trusted.
AWS adds tools to search knowledge bases for answers based on terms picked up via in-call voice recognition, as well as voice ID to confirm identities of callers.
The EU-U.S. Trade and Technology Council plans to develop standards, address supply chain issues and define approaches to data governance, but the road ahead could be a bumpy one.
Clumio Protect for Amazon S3 provides point-in-time recovery and anti-ransomware features to a storage environment that is increasingly becoming mission-critical.
The open source database has extended its JSON unstructured data support and enhanced its stored procedures capabilities to give users more database power.
The data platform vendor looks to enable organizations to more easily read and write data from different data sources with a new low-code connector framework.
Cisco, Microsoft and Zoom agree that their video collaboration products need to do more for at-home and in-office workers. Future uses of AI could help.
Academic researchers discover an attack technique that enables them to make fraudulent transactions on locked iPhones when Apple Pay and Visa cards are set up for transit mode.
In this Q&A, Epicor's Himanshu Palsule discusses how the vendor has embraced the cloud, its strategy to expand its product portfolio and its push to broaden its global presence.
Facebook's global head of safety defended the company's platforms after leaked internal research showed Facebook and Instagram negatively affect teens' mental health.
Merger-happy investment firm STG has let slip that it will integrate the product lines of McAfee Enterprise and FireEye. Analysts say it will be a challenging road ahead.
Ansible Automation Platform 2 makes it easier to centrally manage IT automation at scale, but enterprises must also contend with technical debt as they grow.
Nearly 2TB of data was stolen from Japanese electronics firm in a Conti ransomware hit
According to new intelligence from Cisco Talos, Amnesty International’s branding and profile is being used as part of a new malware campaign that exploits people’s fears of the notorious Pegasus spyware app
Security player arms resellers with flexible pricing models to tempt users that might previously have been put off by the prospect of large capital investments
Latest part of technology partnership between Japanese operator and Korean comms tech firm sees advances in RAN technology to support accelerated 5G network roll-out in key spectrum range
First Broadband Forum BBF.398 Grade Wi-Fi products set for service providers in bid to save costs while improving customer experience
Norway is becoming a centre of internet of things innovation as tech developers look for answers to some of the country's unique challenges
The hardware has been in demand over the past two years but as users look to the future, the need for the latest wireless support is rising
New service makes it easier for enterprises to securely connect cellular devices to public cloud internet-of-things endpoints
BlueJeans' Spaces is a 2D/3D virtual workspace that provides an office experience to remote workers. The company plans to release the product in the first half of next year.
In an open letter to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, umbrella regulation draft policymakers Rebecca Seeley Harris and James Poyser urge the government to prioritise funding for a single enforcement body
Retrospective facial-recognition software purchased for £3m by the Met Police will be deployed in coming months amid continuing controversy around the use of biometric technologies by law enforcement bodies
Changes to Apple's mobile device management protocol could lead to better MDM products for iPhones and iPads. The protocol update is in iOS 15 and iPad OS 15.
The architecture firm Leo A Daly executed a successful ransomware recovery using the Nasuni cloud file system. It also used Nasuni to move storage off premises and into the cloud.
Transactions continue to abound heading into the fourth quarter of 2021, as private equity investors and strategic buyers scour the market for deals; other IT channel news.
Tech experts predict which hybrid workplace technology from Cisco, Microsoft and Zoom companies are likely to reject or embrace. Many could favor laptops over specialized devices.
Qlik has acquired Big Squid to add automated machine learning capabilities to its platform. In addition, the analytics vendor recently unveiled a new automated workflow tool.
The tech giant is working with UCLA to develop technology that uses facial recognition, sleep, typing patterns and other data points to detect emotion. But some are cautious.
Five9 shareholders voted down Zoom's $14.7 billion acquisition bid. National security concerns and worries about Zoom's future growth weighed heavily on the decision.
The pandemic changed how contact centers operate and the technologies used to provide customer service. In this Q&A, ICMI's Brad Cleveland predicts what's next.