Regional insurer takes agile approach to democratise access to data analytics by creating virtual databases and visualising the insights through Tableau
With improved data reduction algorithms, Vast has boosted its unstructured data storage offer, with 25% more usable data possible
The UK financial services regulator is increasingly using data platforms to proactively regulate the finance sector
Oracle’s payroll HR software module seems to be at the root of a systematic underpayment of staff at retailer Next
In contrast to the EU’s more centralised approach to artificial intelligence regulations, the UK government is giving regulators more freedom to adapt rules
Netherlands-based DSM is moving to a single-supplier IT services model for its digital transformation
Funding is available across the NHS for innovative projects that use wireless technology within healthcare
The extreme temperatures have again triggered a call for home working, but as Sharp has discovered, many SMEs are still adapting to how that works
The analytics vendor unveiled Cloud EBX as it continues to add cloud-native versions of its tools. In addition, it launched an updated version of its cloud integration suite.
The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has chosen London to host its first office outside America
Automation technologies and artificial intelligence will change the workplace for the better, giving people time to focus on high-value creative work
A new pathway to building local talent pools may be to give remote workers cash incentives to relocate. One city, Tulsa, is spending millions to bring in new workers.
Partners in the Ukrainian custom software and consulting sector continue to expand customer projects and win new business despite the war; more IT channel news.
Companies should create a 'workforce ecosystem' that considers value creation from both the internal and external workforce, according to one expert.
The number of 5G connections in Asia-Pacific will grow to more than 400 million by 2025, but a usage gap due to the lack of digital skills and affordability will still exist
Freelance and Contractor Services Association under fire from MPs for declining to answer questions about the umbrella companies that make up its membership and their stance on ensuring contractors receive their holiday pay entitlements
Investment in UK fintech continues to increase, outpacing a flat global sector, according to Innovate Finance
Spending on IT and BPO services in Europe saw significant growth in the past quarter, but there are signs of a slowdown
Calamu Protect 1.2 expands data protection capabilities for its data harbor through multi-tenancy features and support for protecting Microsoft 365 data.
Cloud comms player continues to add to its geographical and technical coverage with two more deals
Security player adds to the growing weight of evidence that the channel is a target for cyber criminals
Contact center platform technology buyers have another option: Microsoft assembles a CCaaS from Nuance, Power Platform, Teams and -- for those who need it -- Dynamics 365 tech.
The event data streaming vendor's new update introduces features to make it easier to integrate into a multi-cloud data stack deployment with the debut of a Terraform provider.
Russian APT known as Cozy Bear has become adept at quickly incorporating popular cloud storage services into its attack chain to avoid detection
While NEC is known for its public safety systems, the company has been expanding into new areas including e-government, financial services and customer experience in Asia-Pacific
The government has named a CEO for the agency it set up to get more out of science and technology, after its original appointment couldn’t take the role
Software-defined networking stack deployed on both IP and optical global internet network controllers
The extreme heat experienced by the UK this week had a detrimental impact on the cooling systems of two of the cloud world’s biggest players
London borough is bringing swathes of outsourced services back in-house next year, with more to follow by 2026
The Sophos X-Ops team aims to create an AI-assisted security operations center using the cybersecurity vendor's research and threat response teams.
Oracle and Microsoft are extending their partnership to enable Microsoft cloud users to directly provision and access Oracle Cloud Infrastructure database services.
Security player Osirium Technologies provides a momentum update on the progress made in the first half of the year, with partners key to helping deliver growth
App-based bank decides against completing its application for a banking licence in Ireland after concluding it did not offer enough value
Vendor’s partner event has included programme updates and enhancements to its commercial marketplace
IT heads in the 1970s could not have predicted today’s tech revolution, yet two IT experts established a business to consult on the imminent tsunami
Estonian government opens up applications to tech experts across the world, offering them the chance to work on a world first for digital government services
Pecan AI has raised $116 million for its predictive business intelligence platform aimed at data and business analysts. The platform automates model building and deployment.
Cato Networks is beefing up its platform’s security features with ransomware and data loss protections, and the firm’s security strategy lead Etay Maor is using the occasion – and his unique access to billions of data points from the firm’s network – to explode some cyber myths
A joint UK-US innovation prize challenge for developers of privacy-enhancing technologies has opened for entries
Flush with success from a UK certification programme, reaching 100k in the UK, (ISC)² now wants to provide free security certification to a million people worldwide
The Department of Justice's cyber review report warned that the lines between conventional cybercriminal activity and national security threats have all but disappeared.
In this Q&A, Acumatica CEO John Case discusses how his experience as a customer informs issues like the degree of standardization in SaaS ERP and industry-specific ERP.
During a nomination hearing for Arati Prabhakar, U.S. senators focused on her experience and what she would bring to the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy.
Remote and hybrid workers will use a Microsoft Viva app to share and react to posts and build relationships with other employees.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella encouraged partners to push beyond digital transformation, while the company's channel executives updated the company's industry push.
Discussions in the tech industry about how to overcome cloud security challenges for SBOMs include an early-stage CNCF idea that uses a graph database to manage transitory metadata.
The AskVic WhatsApp chatbot will provide culturally and linguistically diverse communities in Australia’s state of Victoria, with Covid-19 information and support
Compute Express Link will pool multiple types of memory and so allow much higher memory capacities and the possibility of rapidly composable infrastructure to meet the needs of varied workloads
Data and Tech Aid, a recently founded fundraising body, is pledging 10,000 medical kits to treat civilian Ukrainian casualties of the war
The Singapore government is running a pilot exercise to drive the sustainable development of new datacentres following a moratorium on datacentre builds
The industrial cybersecurity vendor analyzed 681 ICS vulnerabilities that were disclosed this year and found many had a low probability of exploitation.
Mandiant and the US authorities have shared details of a phishing campaign that spoofed humanitarian information on evacuation procedures to target Ukrainians fleeing Russian bombardment
Security player rolled out fresh offering in May and shares some of the initial reaction to those changes
Better access to, and sharing of, energy data will help direct the installation of new electric vehicle charging points, as well as help network operators to better understand the electricity grid’s capacity for the introduction of more renewables
DataRobot CEO Dan Wright resigned amid turmoil surrounding 'immoral' stock sales and layoffs. His departure follows the protest resignation of DataRobot's chief AI evangelist last week.
A flaw in Questions for Confluence, a first-party application in Atlassian Confluence, contains a hardcoded password enabling access into any vulnerable instance.
Three-quarters of malwares and almost 90% of exploits retail on the dark web for about £8.40 or less, according to a report
Inflation is affecting the CIO market basket, influencing purchasing. Government data showed a sharp increase in cost for servers, which continue to face supply chain issues.
At Microsoft Inspire, industry-specific cloud offerings emerged as a key FY 2023 direction for the technology company and one in which it enlists partner ecosystem support.
Ian Levy, technical director of the NCSC, and Crispin Robinson, technical director of GCHQ, back client-side scanning software on mobile phones to detect child abuse
Changes in top ransomware-as-a-service groups like LockBit 2.0 and Conti accounted for the decline in activity, though NCC Group anticipates attacks will ramp back up.
The rise in public cloud usage across the UK and EU will speed up new cloud-specific regulations
The UK’s tech sector has been steadily growing over the past five years, and research by CompTIA suggests this year could see another tech job surge
Social network LinkedIn, along with Microsoft and DHL, are just some of the brands that are most frequently imitated by cyber criminals conducting phishing attacks
Guy's & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust said it is working ‘around the clock’ to restore the IT systems affected by the extreme temperatures seen in the UK this week
SAP has announced first-quarter revenue of more than €7.5bn, and restated its expectation that Ukraine war is projected to have a €300m impact in 2022
A flurry of deals in the past fiscal year need to be integrated, but don’t count out the chances of more targets being picked up
Russia could become the biggest market for illegal IT equipment as companies try to get round sanctions imposed on the country
Research from HP underlines just how easy it is for criminals to get hold of malware, and the need for partners to protect customers
At a Beam conference, users detail how they're using the open source data processing technology at large scale in support of a growing number of data pipelines.
The natural language tool could entice enterprise users who create content and are interested in the metaverse -- if it can pass muster with the corporate compliance team.
Despite the promise of faster coding, AI pair programming has a host of pitfalls, including inapplicable code suggestions, security flaws and copyright issues.
SAP reported strong cloud revenue for Q2 2022, driven by increased adoption of Rise with SAP. But it faces a challenging Q3 due to inflationary pressures and the Ukraine war.
Cisco ThousandEyes general manager Mohit Lad aims to have the internet monitor adapt to changes in the WAN without human intervention.
Druva's enhanced backup platform aims to boost user security with more granular observability, rollback features and holistic views.
If Congress approves the CHIPS Act, it will funnel billions into domestic chip production and provide companies like Intel and TSMC with tax breaks to build U.S. facilities.