Only 46% of small business owners say they have implemented multifactor authentication, and just 13% mandate its use, according to a report
Supplier of international capacity to carriers and ISPs in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region launches Southern Cross NEXT cable, aiming to pave the way for of 400GbE services across a 15,840km network
Microsoft provides more details about its sudden decision to rollback a landmark security policy, and reassures users it is a temporary measure
NetApp Ontap storage will provide file access capacity to extend VMware data stores in AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google clouds as a cheaper alternative to VMware vSAN
Leading comms tech provider strikes partnership with French operator to deploy a passive optical LAN service at more than 20 sites across the country
The industry never stands still, and talent helps grease the wheels of growth and innovation, as we see in this week’s ‘Who’s gone where?’
The H3C Magic BE18000, powered by a Qualcomm chipset, offers several significant Wi-Fi 7 features, including multilink operation and 320 MHz of channel bandwidth.
Database software giant Oracle has set out plans to provide private enterprises and public sector organisations with access to sovereign cloud regions, with the first set to open in Spain and Germany next year
In this Q&A, HPE's Omer Asad discusses the vendor's transformation from an on-premises hardware provider to a platform company with its GreenLake portfolio.
Optimizely CEO explains why the company bet big on digital marketers' perpetual need for A/B testing. Also: how content management systems morphed into experience tech.
The high-tempo transaction pace continues as investors cite recurring revenue, attractive cash flows and favorable IT trends as reasons to pursue MSP deals; more IT channel news.
The Cyber Security Agency of Singapore will fund 80 scholarships to groom a talent pool of operational technology security experts, among other efforts to bolster the security of critical infrastructure in the city-state
As it continues to grow its fibre offering in the region, Hull-based IoT and digital infrastructure specialist undertakes buyout of local internet service provider
Potter will become the most senior digital government leader, in charge of the Central, Digital and Data Office, when he replaces Joanna Davinson in the autumn
Comms technology providers enter into partnership with aerospace firm to provide global 5G coverage including areas currently not served by terrestrial networks
Microsoft customers with Windows Enterprise E3 and E5 licences can now take full advantage of its new automated patching service
According to research by Ordnance Survey, sustainability projects are emerging as hot zones for software developers, attracted by the chance to do some good as well as make good money
The analytics vendor designed the no-code platform, a sort of operating system for AI, to simplify the deployment of AI and machine learning models by users across organizations.
Datacentre energy management company is adding more courses to its free online training portal to help close industry skills gap
The data management vendor has secured $278 million in financing since December 2020 and plans to use the new funds to fuel product development and expand marketing efforts.
The MaliBot malware is becoming a persistent and widespread problem, and Android users should be on their guard, says Check Point
UK citizens want social media companies to do more to prevent harmful content appearing on their platforms
The Alliance for Data Science Professionals has certified its first cohort, with the imprimatur of the UK’s national statistician, Ian Diamond
Full-fibre platform provider trials Edgility Suite for rapid, cost-effective delivery of value-added services for business ISPs
Managed service player reinstates dividend as it enjoys revenue and gross profit increases
IBM's new line of lower-end Power servers packs more processing power for smaller IT shops to deliver AI services faster, with a pay-as-you-go plan.
Second quarter blighted by more production issues in China, which hit shipment levels
Office for National Statistics roundup of the latest data and analysis on the UK economy, business and jobs finds the number of people working from home in the UK increased by 108.8% between October to December 2019 and January to March 2022
HubSpot small-business users are the focus of free CMS, marketing automation and CRM features, after the company spent several release cycles wooing enterprise customers.
Channel player Softcat reveals that current boss Graeme Watt will leave that position in August next year
Walmart built its own cloud platform and tied it to two public cloud providers, creating a multi-cloud architecture that saved millions in costs and sped up development tasks.
The pandemic has sent many enterprises into survival mode, which altered the scope of the enterprise architect's role once again, according to a Forrester Research study.
Nvidia's QODA platform bridges the chasm between quantum and classical environments. It could set the stage for quantum applications leveraging existing GPU and AI technologies.
A Florida man has been charged with running a counterfeit operation that duped hospitals, schools, government agencies and the military.
Microsoft's Patch Tuesday release for July brought dozens of fixes for security flaws in Windows, an Azure disaster recovery tool and the problematic Print Spooler service.
Imperial College NHS Trust expects to saves 30% in storage costs and cut back on five-year refresh headaches in a move that has seen backup and archive data move to the Wasabi cloud
Information Commissioner’s Office reprimands Department of Health and Social Care after ministers and officials conducted government business on their own email accounts and messaging apps
Malaysian satellite operator expands network to deliver what it says will be a ‘plethora’ of services to enterprises and communities in rural and ultra-rural areas across the country
Leading UK operator designs and deploys two new 5G mobile private network deployments in Aberdeen and Kilmarnock to support the digitisation and diversification of local economies
Bank recruits co-founder of Google’s incubator as it continues to transform its business through digital technology
Nearly 18 months on from signing a multi-year deal with IBM, focused on embracing a hybrid cloud setup for its operations, Delta Airlines is adding AWS to its roster of cloud partners
Five conservative Supreme Court justices were reportedly doxxed by threat actors that claim to have obtained credit card numbers, addresses and other information.
While some admins can put their feet up and let Windows Autopatch do the hard work of updating their Microsoft estates, for the rest of us, the Patch Tuesday bandwagon keeps on keeping on
Who do you think should be considered for Computer Weekly’s 2022 list of the 50 most influential women in UK technology?
Domestic abuse charity Refuge teams up with Avast to equip women with the knowledge to effectively and safely end a relationship digitally
International logistics firm achieves improved business efficiency by replacing legacy VoIP system with hosted telephony solution supporting unified collaboration and communications platform
Capgemini Research Institute probe into enterprise attitudes towards use of sovereign cloud services suggests interest is on the up
The analytics vendor's product leaders all remain in place, so while it will have a new company leader, its product development capabilities are expected to remain unchanged.
Microsoft’s threat researchers share details of a phishing campaign that hit 10,000 organisations, against which standard multifactor authentication provides little defence
Dutch bank is testing an app that enables users to make peer-to-peer payments directly from smartphone to smartphone when they are close together
MSP and broadband specialist add to their operations with deals that provide more skills, customers and UK coverage
Deal for Illinois-based VAR adds more coverage and depth to Computacenter’s position in the US
Rapid acquisitions followed by supply chain issues stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic led StorCentric to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in an effort to restructure.
Despite being only a year old, Hive ransomware has grown into a prominent ransomware-as-a-service operator. The decryptor tackles Hive's newer, better-encrypted version.
Meta will eventually let companies create and manage accounts for its virtual reality headsets. The move is part of a push to make the hardware more appealing to business.
Police facial-recognition deployment results in three arrests, despite sustained calls from Parliament and civil society to limit the technology’s use until a specific legal framework for biometrics is in place
Organisations in Asia-Pacific are looking to renew their enterprise resource planning systems as they emerge from the throes of the pandemic
Ten stakeholders from the world of energy storage systems have penned an open letter to the European Commission’s policymakers, urging them to factor in their technology to the EC’s green transition plans
With spending on IT going up, there is no better time to be a head of IT as software drives new revenue-making opportunities
Survey shows firms are facing a collaboration crisis, with failure to adjust to new hybrid and remote work costing them revenue and stunting business growth
EY survey reveals that despite general demands for hybrid and remote working, UK households are concerned by rising home technology costs amid the cost-of-living crisis
In response to the growth of the global digital economy, Japanese technology companies collaborate to build and operate what they claim will be the largest submarine internet cable system between Japan and the US
Information Commissioner’s Office sets out commitment to safeguard the information rights of the most vulnerable people in UK society
The government has paused the Online Safety Bill’s journey towards becoming law, amid timetable pressure
After announcing plans back in April to roll out a lower-cost, ad-supported subscription plan to its service, Netflix has confirmed that it will be tapping up Microsoft for support in building its new offering
Distributor’s chief executive plans to ramp up partner support this year and is taking steps to protect staff from the cost-of-living crisis
Spending on IT and business process services could be set to reduce over the coming months as the latest ISG figures show early signs of decline
Matt Hicks, now Red Hat CEO, and newly appointed Chairman Paul Cormier discuss the links between open source security and sustainability and Red Hat's hybrid cloud mission.
Proofpoint shares data on multiple campaigns of cyber intrusions against journalists originating from threat actors aligned to the governments of China, Iran, North Korea and Turkey
Bandai Namco, developer of videogames including Pac-Man, Tekken and Dark Souls, has broken days of silence to confirm it has been hit by a cyber attack
New release of the open source NoSQL database adds an optimized I/O scheduler to accelerate read/write operations and improve workload scalability.
Halfway through 2022, interest in low-code/no-code platforms is not slowing down. Experts say the developer shortage is one of the biggest factors as companies continue to invest.
IFS' acquisition of cloud-based EAM vendor Ultimo provides it with midmarket options to add to its enterprise level platform in a growing EAM marketplace.
The credit union, one of the nation's largest, is using the Salesforce platform to deploy chatbots that can handle a growing set of customer-facing tasks as well as in-house uses.
AI21 Labs is now worth $664 million. Its growth shows the demand for more language models and tools despite the dominance of models like OpenAI's GPT-3, GPT-J and GPT-Neo.
Juniper has added three features to its AIOps networking assistant to improve troubleshooting and give more insights into the network. The company also introduced midrange switching hardware.
Catalogic has joined the ranks of data backup vendors that are providing ransomware detection and recovery tools to the backup admin.
The open source online analytical transaction processing DBaaS startup takes a different approach to accelerate queries as it moves to the cloud.
Cybersixgill says dark web exchanges that help cybercriminals launder their funds are facing a crisis as users are cashing out amid a cryptocurrency price crash.
PC manufacturers shipped fewer than 80 million computers for the first time in seven quarters as low demand and supply chain issues hit the market, IDC reports.
HPE’s GreenLake for Private Cloud Enterprise is a managed service that provides flexibility in deployment models with automation capabilities for a cloud-like experience
US government report concludes that, like Covid, Log4Shell will be with us for a long time to come
Uber’s continued employment of an executive directly involved in efforts to resist regulatory oversight puts the ride-hailing firm in breach of its 2018 licence conditions, says drivers’ union
Months after former incumbent left the business, the vendor has made its choice for who will be at the helm of the partner organisation
A high-profile case brought by NHS whistleblower Chris Day raises questions about the adequacy of information governance practices in NHS hospital trusts
Altnet connects more than six-digit amount of new-build homes to its full-fibre network in UK and announces agreements to connect a similar number of new-build properties over the next 12 months
Integrated cloud communications platform provider announces availability of communications management service in bid to allow array of user roles in organisations
In this Q&A, Thomas Saueressig, SAP's head of product engineering, discusses the advantages of S/4HANA Cloud, along with the complexities that customers face in making the move.
Fujifilm will hike the price of some of its older and most popular LTO tapes Oct. 1. It's hoping the monthslong lead up time will help companies better plan.
Chainalysis observed a stark uptick in April that led to a steady decline in May and June, but illicit addresses and DeFi platforms have kept mixers busy so far this year.
In this Q&A, GFT CTO Dean Clark details how his company's green coding certification program is bringing benefits beyond higher-quality, more efficient code.