Australia’s BreastScreen Victoria has inked a support contract with Rimini Street to free up IT capacity and funds for strategic initiatives
Australia’s Telstra and TPG Telecom have joined forces to share their mobile networks and spectrum in a landmark deal that will expand coverage for both telcos
UK government is consulting on its proposed legal instruments to mandate the removal of all Huawei equipment from 5G networks by the end of 2027
Companies reach ‘broad, global agreement that includes the acceptance of Visa at all Amazon stores and sites’
Distributor gives investors cheer after sharing the first set of full-year numbers since it went public last autumn
Upwards of five million people in the UK are using open banking services as the financial sector’s fintech revolution gathers pace
The Eco-Friendly Web Alliance has set its sights on preventing a further 500,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide being generated in the next decade by helping website operators to cut emissions
Japanese and Korean partners accelerate deployment of standalone 5G sites by simplifying and automating process of building out network infrastructure using virtualised RAN technology
A series of DDoS attacks on Ukrainian defence and banking organisations last week is now being firmly attributed to Russian action
Veeam survey finds most can’t recover the data they want or do it in time, ransomware is now a ‘disaster’, use of the cloud is increasing, but the datacentre is still very important
Augmented reality headsets from RealWear have been deployed by TÜV SÜD for certifying technical systems during the pandemic
International tech group extends partnership with car giant in the area of eSIM to create the basic requirement for a new kind of individually networked mobility
The number of people who have applied to study computer science at university this year has increased more than any other subject in the UK
Prospect union releases guidance on how workers and unions can engage employers over the use of technology at work, with particular emphasis on the need to include technology provisions in collective bargaining agreements
Video platform Zoom has added a number of UK-specific cyber certifications to help it demonstrate its platform is safeguarded against common threats
Another busy week across the industry, with several high-profile positions getting filled
Singtel’s new software platform is touted to make it easier for enterprises to deploy edge computing applications on its multi-access edge computing platform
Partnership sees 5G slicing in combination with SD-WAN and local traffic breakout, enabling flexible connectivity establishment and control
Networking player decides that partners are the best route to take the visibility technology out to customers
Snack giant transforms legacy infrastructure to digital platform, enabling communication and collaboration on a global scale, with analytics and AI used to improve customer experience and personalise service for employee workplace needs
Startup aims to succeed where others have failed and present file, block and object storage data from any and multiple locations as if it were local to the user
While UK organisations are doing better at security training, many are quick to punish employees who fall victim to phishing attacks, whether real or simulated
Post Office Horizon scandal victims left out of current compensation schemes have had their hopes raised that the statutory public inquiry is seriously addressing their demands for fair financial redress
Firm identifies opportunity to target mid-enterprise market with an offering that touches on finance, asset management and supply chain
Japanese operator advances base stations within next-generation infrastructure, delivering open radio network access in commercial deployment
IT giant announces validated designs for telecommunications edge and core to offer more choice and speed for network modernisation
Software AG’s executive team has confirmed progress on a cloud-oriented growth strategy named Helix, launched in 2019 and bolstered by 2021 investment by US technology firm Silver Lake
Vendor’s counterfeit operation means that channel partners are spared revenues to illegal consumables and components
The pandemic showed how quickly public sector IT can deliver technology to support essential services – now it is time to fix scalability
IBM X-Force's Threat Intelligence Index report also found a 'triple extortion' ransomware tactic in 2021, where threat actors use DDoS attacks to put extra pressure on victims.
Whether ICS and OT networks were intentionally targeted or not, ransomware was found to be the No. 1 compromise to industrial organizations last year.
Quarterly research shows that as 5G devices proliferate around the US, device trade-in programmes return more than a billion dollars to US consumers in the fourth quarter of 2021 alone
Policing minister cites technology as major focus for future of UK police, in comments made ahead of the publication of the Strategic Review of Policing in England and Wales
Big Blue’s new cyber security hub, comprising a cyber range, software development facilities and a security operations centre, will serve enterprises across the Asia-Pacific region
Former Royal Bank of Scotland employee offers bank a compromise in her dispute over the return of confidential customer information
As organisations move beyond the pandemic, survey shows IT leaders are being given greater levels of responsibility
Intelligence officials say they have no evidence or indication that Russian cyber attackers are preparing offensive assaults on infrastructure or organisations in Britain
Police forces across England and Wales are being reminded not to overlook their data protection-related compliance responsibilities when making use of the Police Digital Service’s Amazon-powered cloud platform
Hitachi Vantara is now providing customers a path to the hybrid cloud with software-defined storage and colocation. It also unveiled a new midrange storage offering.
Traditional methods of mitigating ransomware are less efficacious thanks to the rise in double and triple extortion techniques
Redmond says extending Defender for Cloud native capabilities to the Google Cloud Platform will help simplify security for organisations pursuing multicloud strategies by eliminating the gaps where the bad guys can get in
Distributor Tech Data reacts to calls from partners for more assistance selling and supporting power protection technology
Government introduces free online cyber skills training for schoolchildren to encourage them into cyber security roles in the future and help address the skills gap
Open RAN spectrum multiplier software provider announces funding round led by new strategic investments and existing investors
Salesforce says it received more than 4,000 vulnerability reports in 2021 alone as it delivers a rare public update on its bug bounty programme
With the rise of always-on 5G portable devices, an explosion of edge AI adoption, the proliferation of smart manufacturing platforms and the emergence of the metaverse, industry is set for a sharp rise in mmWave smartphone sales
The latest release of Veritas NetBackup refocuses its data protection and management capabilities on Kubernetes containers, SaaS tools and more frequent updates.
The longtime data management vendor has remade its C-suite over the past few years, including adding a new CEO and president, as it modernizes its technology.
The product is aimed at giving financial institutions deep learning language capabilities. However, deep learning is hard to navigate in the finance industry.
The European Commission has published a proposal for a Data Act that it hopes will stoke a digital economy, in part by unlocking IoT and other ‘industrial data’
CEO and co-founder Josh Patterson outlines the promise of the new language-agnostic data analytics development framework and why the vendor is raising big money to support it.
Microsoft added more than 40 features to its main analytics tool this month, including enhancements to data preparation capabilities and upgraded mobile formatting options.
Zoom has agreed to let RingCentral customers continue using the Zoom-powered product Meetings. Zoom will also give companies time to move to RingCentral's homegrown product.
The group known for its use of VPNFilter malware has retooled with what is being tracked as Cyclops Blink, but its impact appears limited to WatchGuard business customers for now.
The vendor looks to integrate an edge-to-cloud database architecture with a new release that provides developers with tools to manage distributed database deployments.
NetBrain's Problem Diagnosis Automation System leans on network manager expertise instead of AI to automate troubleshooting and resolve network issues.
Companies can now automate business processes with SAP Process Automation, a low-code tool that combines SAP Workflow Management and SAP Robotic Process Automation.
Consumer group Which? calls again for government to include measures against scam paid-for advertising in the Online Safety Bill
Network edge service provider teams with global cloud giant on first use of public cloud for wireline broadband and security services with secure access service edge infrastructure
Joint NCSC CISA advisory attributes a dangerous malware, dubbed Cyclops Blink, to Russia’s Sandworm APT, likely a GRU unit, with WatchGuard users at particular risk
NCSC launches sector-specific security guidance for organisations in the construction industry, with input from the Chartered Institute of Building
Founding members of the Nonprofit Cyber coalition pledge to enhance joint action on cyber security around the world
A wave of DDoS attacks, and a second data wiper attack, were seen hitting Ukraine in the hours leading up to the Russian invasion
It’s been a tough time for those selling, servicing and supporting print hardware, but there are signs that 2022 will be a better year for the channel
Emerging technologies are prone to old-school social engineering attacks and credential-swiping techniques, according to Cisco Talos researchers who analyzed the new platforms.
A little-known new ransomware called Entropy contains significant code similarities to the general purpose Dridex botnet, suggesting some kind of link between the two
Combination of the two security players will establish a merged operation that will be one of the largest channel players in the UK cyber market
Solution goes beyond automation with machine learning to help mobile operators keep costs down with superior 5G network management, and reduces base station energy consumption by up to 15%, says Nokia
Party.Space's metaverse offers an alternative to Zoom meetings. Its development team is in Ukraine, and its CEO has flown from the U.S. to be there as tensions escalate.
Cisco Broadband Index finds just more than two-fifths of UK workers now rely on their home internet to work from home or run their own business, but almost three-quarters think broadband services need to dramatically improve to enable them to work from anywhere
Zoom has entered the contact center-as-a-service market. The company's product offers video calling as companies seek a more visual interaction with customers.
Following major funding rounds and acquisitions, SaaS data protection vendor OwnBackup has made its move into new territory. Further SaaS support is on the horizon.
A Boston Consulting Group report reveals that 30% of large enterprises are on the path to becoming 'digital incumbents' while the remainder risk falling behind.
Data startup Ahana has updated its Presto cloud platform with integrated governance and control capabilities for data lake deployments.
HermeticWiper is similar to another data-wiping malware known as WhisperGate, which was used in cyber attacks against Ukraine last month. Both used ransomware as an apparent decoy.
The combination Dell PowerEdge server and Marvell-powered inline 5G Layer 1 processing card can run carriers' open or virtualized radio access networks.
Study shows 5G mid-band spectrum will play a key role in meeting demand for enhanced mobile broadband and fixed wireless access, but to satisfy demand for 5G services by 2030, government action is crucial
The £5.6bn programme has delivered value for money to date – and ‘creative’ use of data despite complexities was among the factors that led to successful delivery, says report
Emergent AI cyber specialist Darktrace is to pay £39.7m for Netherlands-based Cybersprint
Network software provider ups its ante in the field of open radio access networks, with a new suite of O-RAN-compliant radios for deployments ranging from macro, mmWave and mMIMO
Retailer H&M launches its first ever STEM programme in the UK in a move to become a more diverse and inclusive organisation – and to tap into future tech talent
Marketing player Purechannels launches platform designed to give a more customised experience for partners
Helen Dixon, Ireland’s data protection commissioner, says EU regulators must agree on metrics to measure the effectiveness of data protection regulation
Vendor Dell talks about how its partners have helped it to deal with the ongoing shortages that have been a feature of the entire industry over the past year
The cybersecurity vendor launches DataSet as a separate technology service from its core cybersecurity platform to help organizations manage and query large volumes of data.
The Ukrainian cyber authorities are alerting people located in the country to be alert to phishing attacks
Security vendors studied 'access broker' advertisements on the dark web, which provide ransomware groups with the network and system access required for data thefts.
Dell Technologies modernized its entry-level storage with the new Dell PowerVault ME5, bringing more performance, capacity and ease of use for its SMB customers.
Arista Networks will embed network detection and response software in campus switches to provide AI-driven threat detection across the network.
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An (ISC)2 survey of cybersecurity professionals found Log4Shell remediation for many organizations took several weeks or more than a month, requiring work on weekends and holidays.
Levi Strauss' AI boot camp isn't easy to get into. Some 450 employees have applied to one of the 100 slots so far. It's an intensive program, but the firm likes the results.
The U.S. has issued sanctions against Russia for its military invasion of Ukraine, which could face devastating IT service delivery disruption if the conflict continues.