One of China’s largest suppliers of robotic process automation software has made a foray into Asia-Pacific, leveraging its bot management and ‘human-in-the-loop’ capabilities
Backup specialist N-able adds more features to Cove product to appeal to those keen to recover data that has been attacked
A bug bounty programme is among a number of features LockBit’s developers have added to ‘version 3.0’ of the ransomware
Covering Seven Sites in the CEE Area, leading telco teams with IT services provider to offer a new range managed software-defined wide area network services
Manchester Airports Group, which includes London Stansted and East Midlands as well as Manchester, has chosen SAP’s Rise package, on AWS, as it seeks to ‘build back smarter’ post-pandemic
Reaching out for experience is the theme of the week as some executives with impressive CVs start fresh roles
Infinity SDC has sold off its Romford facility to Norwegian colocation player, Green Mountain, whose backers claim the move will change the way other UK-based operators approach sustainability
Six years on from the UK’s Brexit vote, the majority of security professionals say leaving the EU has raised concerns over their ability to keep their organisations safe
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NCSC’s Lindy Cameron is to speak out on responsible regulation of cyber capabilities at an event in Tel Aviv, Israel
The new HPE ProLiant system incorporates the Ampere Altra and Ampere Altra Max cloud-native processors with the goal of energy and cost savings.
MSD’s global lead for artificial intelligence discusses what it will take for the technology to realise its full potential in healthcare
UK broadband provider announces affordability scheme that it says is part of a duty of care to protect and support customers and aid those struggling with increased financial pressures
Digital workplace productivity report reveals limited workplace technology availability sees average worker operating at 60% capacity
Veritas bets on a backup platform that can discover all enterprise data – on-premise and in the cloud – and make its own decisions about the optimal place to store copies
Killnet hacktivist collective targeted Lithuania with distributed denial of service attacks after its government angered the Kremlin
Mobile chip giant aims to take business beyond smartphones with launch of next-gen Wi-Fi and Bluetooth radio frequency front-end modules that are claimed to offer superior wireless performance in automotive and internet-connected devices
Researchers stumble across online community of 11 to 18-year-olds constructing, exchanging and spreading malware
Evidence review into the state of digital poverty in the UK sets out policy principles and recommendations, which will be used as the basis for a national action plan to eliminate the issue
The Google Cloud Sustainability Summit sees the public cloud giant ramp up its support for enterprises wanting to minimise the environmental impact of their operations
Update to copyright law will mean researchers who already have access to data will not require extra permission from copyright owner to run data mining algorithms, removing barriers to artificial intelligence research and development
Veeam Software founders have launched a hardware appliance that targets Veeam backup storage and a specific type of user.
Micron brings high endurance, lower costs and continued support for the SATA interface with the release of its new 5400 SATA SSD for the data center.
The focus is very much on supporting an as-a-service shift that has happened across the vendor’s channel base
Agilitas survey shines light on positive mood across IT channel as CloudCoCo H1 numbers add to evidence of growth
Wiz researchers Alon Schindel and Amitai Cohen and Scott Piper, cloud security engineer at Block, launched a database to list all known cloud vulnerabilities and security issues.
Latest market tracker data from Synergy Research Group shows how private equity players are increasing their hold on the datacentre market
UK wireless operators make commitment to do more to help customers cope with global price rises and stay connected
Databricks committed to making its Delta Lake technology fully open source as the vendor rolled out platform updates to accelerate data analytics and machine learning workloads.
Mayor of London to launch pilot programme aimed at helping 75,000 of the city’s residents online through recycled devices and free mobile connectivity
HPE GreenLake has been simplified to feel more like a public cloud while making management of VMs across hybrid clouds more consistent.
Tech giant HPE has used its annual user and partner conference to announce the roll-out of a series of enhancements to its flagship GreenLake as-a-service offering
One of the three techniques Cisco Talos used to de-anonymize ransomware dark web sites is to match TLS certificate serial numbers from dark web leak sites to the clear web.
Ransomware groups are exploiting the Log4Shell flaw in VMware Horizon and using DLL sideloading techniques to exfiltrate and encrypt data, according to Trend Micro.
Eseye survey finds more than eight out of 10 internet of things professionals view hardware design as top challenge for initial IoT deployments while more than 97% have found their IoT projects less than 50% successful
The High Court has ruled that UK intelligence agencies should seek independent authorisation before accessing phone and internet records during criminal investigations
With a strong DevOps culture, Australian bank has been moving its most important applications to the cloud in a journey that has already reaped returns
Closer and early collaboration appears to be the key to making sure that marketing development funds are not being wasted
Romance scammers can make easy money exploiting people looking for love, but in this newly observed campaign linked to the Ukraine war they are playing on deeper emotions
Liverpool school’s 5G-enabled anti-anxiety game and care home’s 5G-supported fall prevention technology demonstrate benefits of affordable next-generation technology
Semiconductor specialist AMD has confirmed it is investigating reports that a ‘bad actor’ has stolen hundreds of gigabytes of its data
Independent review says new framework is needed to clear up legal and ethical concerns over the use of biometric data and technologies, which can impact privacy, freedom of expression and other human rights
Salesforce integrates MuleSoft RPA and Composer with Salesforce Flow, which avails low-code process automation and bot creation to line-of-business users.
Almost 11 million UK consumers experienced broadband outages of three or more hours over the past 12 months, representing almost two days offline
The government expects to save billions of pounds and improve patient outcomes through digital transformation
Customers of enterprise network provider now have access to an integrated service that brings together the software-defined wide area network
Two new SaaS data recovery services available in HPE GreenLake offer easier use of Zerto and other software to entice users familiar with public cloud offerings.
Digital transformation hasn't required Flex and the city of Santa Monica to replace the IT service management system they already had, and a new IT ops workflow is on the way.
The YugabyteDB 2.15 distributed SQL database update introduces a table group feature to accelerate and optimize performance for different database workloads.
The managed services transaction fuels growth for Logically, which is also expanding through strategic consulting services and cybersecurity offerings.
A Mexico-based educational platform beat out U.S. firms to win Society for Human Reource Management's HR tech startup competition. It may signal a rise in international competition.
The data platform vendor extended its Apache Pulsar-based Astra Streaming platform with support for more streaming protocols, including Kafka, JMS and RabbitMQ.
The new tool aims to enable customers to quickly put protections on sensitive data without requiring them to write code so that business users can securely work with data.
Tech buyers are interested in the breadth and depth of services sold through the HPE GreenLake service, but want proof of cost savings and data control.
Six months after the analytics vendor's acquisition of Narrative Science comes Data Stories, a new tool aimed at enabling more employees within organizations to work with data.
The country’s upcoming spectrum auction marks the start of larger scale deployments of 5G in the subcontinent, but telcos will need to find a way to address high infrastructure costs and monetise their investments
Leading comms tech provider enters into partnership with incumbent Belgian operator to deliver dedicated next-generation spectrum to support demanding conditions such as congested networks in use cases including Industry 4.0, fixed wireless access and cloud gaming
Former Supreme Court judge will offer his view on the valuation of compensation for wrongly convicted subpostmasters
H&M Group has tapped up Google Cloud to add data analytics and machine learning capabilities to its omnichannel strategy
Subpostmaster campaign group is a step closer to achieving what it was originally set up to do as government launches compensation scheme for its members who did not receive fair payouts
Connected Cloud Edge combines telco’s networking and cyber security expertise with infrastructure from Equinix to accelerate customers’ digital transformation
Evolution of disties has seen them better positioned to support a wide range of partners selling into the SME customer base
Microsoft reacts to efforts made by the channel to move to alternatives in the face of the previously proposed deadline to support next month
Benefits of next-gen networks are clear, but research warns that more needs to be done to ensure the UK doesn’t miss out on the full economic benefits of 5G technology
The latest version of HPE GreenLake has realized the vision of everything as a service, although customers are still figuring out the new way to consume infrastructure.
Report highlights next-gen wireless use cases, including detailed autonomous mobile robots, automatic guided vehicles, augmented and virtual reality, and posts IIoT deployment guidelines
Information commissioner John Edwards sets out a revised approach to how the ICO handles data breaches in the public sector, saying fining victims risks punishing the public twice over
The industrial powerhouse partners with AI hardware/software vendor Nvidia on digital twins, a metaverse technology increasingly used in industrial and manufacturing settings.
The Cloudera Data Platform now supports the open source cloud data lake table format as part of the continuing evolution of the broader Hadoop ecosystem.
The SANS Institute's annual report on security awareness found that human risk is still the biggest source of data breaches and security issues for enterprises.
OpenText Cloud Editions customers get Teams-Core integration among a raft of new features, as OpenText kicks off 'Project Titanium' to harmonize public and private cloud features.
Meta plans to let metaverse users pay for digital items, retain the proof of item ownership and manage their identities with the newly rebranded Meta Pay.
A legal battle between employers offering abortion travel benefits and states that ban abortion may be brewing.
A critical Atlassian Confluence vulnerability disclosed this month draws critiques from some IT practitioners about the vendor's overall security posture.
Privacy and antitrust laws work together, and if Congress wants to regulate the tech giants, it has to figure out how these laws work against each other.
Hybrid work puts corporate data at risk as employees use various devices to access company resources. Microsoft has worked to address that risk in Office web apps.
A US district court judge who dismissed a forced labour case against five technology companies was found to have investments in four of the firms, with a separate court now ruling against the victims’ motion for reversal that there was no conflict of interest
Wi-Fi 6E market set to flourish in next two years thanks to innovation and prospect of greatly improved throughput and latency rates
Approach taken by public cloud player shows partners are critical to its growth ambitions
Government announces up to 3,000 primary schools across rural England will get gigabit broadband as part of £82m investment designed to encourage roll-out of better broadband
Leading Australian operator forges partnership with leading comms tech providers to make enhancements to next-generation optical network to increase the service capacity of optical network to 400 Gbps Ethernet