Tableau and Salesforce are looking to deliver more ‘pre-integrated’ offerings that embed analytics capabilities into the latter’s portfolio of software-as-a-service applications
Spanish bank sets target of adding 1,000 more female IT professionals to its workforce over the next two years
Discrepancies of up to £2,000 reported after an ‘IT change’ impacted more than 200 Post Office branches
NetApp and Canalys share their thoughts about what underpins strong vendor and partner relationships
Mary Coombs, the first woman to write programs for Lyons Electronic Office, has died at the age of 93
Another smattering of executive moves across the industry this week as firms welcome in some fresh blood
Research reveals that as hybrid becomes the norm, a clear majority of firms say the pandemic caused them to re-evaluate what they value in the workplace
In the international push to regulate AI, China may have developed some of the most ambitious rules to date, according to Alan Pelz-Sharpe, founder of Deep Analysis.
The Quantum Scalar i6H, along with the Quantum RAIL architecture, enables hyperscalers and enterprises to use tape in a scale-out fashion like other storage media.
Changes in insurance exemptions for acts of war reflect an increase in damages caused to enterprises related to state-sponsored cyber attacks.
Lightstep Incident Response, a SaaS product, also opens new competitive fronts against PagerDuty, Splunk, Atlassian and other observability vendors.
The ability to directly subscribe to real-time updates is the latest feature for the Fauna database that can help developers quickly bring data to applications.
HubSpot's refreshed contact center platform features self-service automation and Twilio telephony. The company hopes a fragmented market and user loyalty will spur its growth.
The Chinese cloud supplier unveils cloud computer powered by Alibaba’s Elastic Desktop Service for the first time outside China
The case will be referred to the home secretary Priti Patel to make a decision. The WikiLeaks founder has yet to say whether he will file further appeals
Leading US comms provider reveals near-term growth strategy following pending close of WarnerMedia transaction
Boost to altnet’s goal of reaching 500,000 premises by 2025 as wholesale customer lights up first cabinet in Droitwich Spa, allowing residents to access an ultrafast, full-fibre network, as Midlands South team makes gain
Abu Dhabi’s drone network could become the world’s first drone platform that serves a wide variety of use cases for different industries across an entire city
The Loan Charge and Taxpayer Fairness All Party Parliamentary Group is seeking input from contractors about the real-world toll the loan charge policy is having on them
Salesforce updates AppExchange partner marketplace to add more effective search and surfacing of more appropriate results for users, as the app count tops 7,000.
Channel player Highgate IT Solutions is on the brink of a pilot to investigate if changes to the structure of work could benefit employees
Leading UK operator teams with Ericsson to create the UK’s first on-demand 5G network slice, with trial showing how businesses can deploy dedicated on-demand and secure end-to-end connectivity
Print and document specialist Kyocera reminds partners that personal touch makes a difference and demos still help to close a sale
Google Trends spikes, on average, lasted a few weeks for major infosec news events like SolarWinds, Log4Shell and the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack.
Deployment of private 5G technology in mining use case in Chile brings high-capacity and low-latency connectivity for sensors and vehicles supporting operations, including an autonomous fleet of trucks
Israeli enterprise LTE/5G services provider teams with incumbent Spanish telco on project aiming to “democratise” the delivery of advanced industry transformation through a managed edge-based 5G cloud service
The Irish Data Protection Commissioner has fined Meta after finding it in breach of GDPR rules
Intel is optimistic its processor roadmap can put the company back on top, but the company faces the challenging prospect of balancing short-term costs with long-term competitiveness.
The data platform vendor is growing beyond its data caching roots to support more data types and full database capabilities that integrate with RediSearch indexing technology.
Golang generics support is a landmark event in the language's evolution that some say could expand enterprise usage, while others are nervous about potential complexity.
SentinelOne is acquiring Attivo Networks for a $616.5 million price tag and plans to merge the company's identity threat detection services with its XDR offering.
Kioxia unveils its second-generation 24G SAS SSDs, the PM7, building off its previous generation to provide added performance and support for the new FIPS standard.
In this Q&A, IDC's Simon Ellis explains why companies need to implement more resilient supply chains in an environment of greater constraint caused by continual disruption.
A CRI-O container engine vulnerability could allow attackers to bypass security controls and take over a host system, according to CrowdStrike researchers.
Indian IT service provider TCS has opened an innovation centre in Sydney and is investing in local talent to meet the digital transformation needs of Australian organisations
With no end in sight to the semiconductor shortage, Intel is blowing the budget on ramping up European manufacturing, packaging and R&D
5G mmWave wireless systems provider opens testbed to drive mobility, 5G backhaul and security applications
HSBC closes another 69 branches as customers continue to migrate to digital channels
The disclosure of a new vulnerability in an important container runtime engine that underpins Kubernetes has drawn fresh warnings to pay attention to securing Kubernetes environments
ESET’s cyber security analysts have identified yet another destructive wiper malware being used against targets in Ukraine
Channel player Bytes updates markets ahead of more details of its fiscal year performance coming later this spring
What is said to be a world-first smartphone app will enable 4G and 5G business mobile users to dynamically boost cellular connectivity
Aimed at hyperscalers and enterprises, the LTO-9 system comes in a rackmount form factor that can be deployed anywhere in the datacentre as part of a common pool of storage
Germany authorities warn Kaspersky users to consider alternatives to the firm’s flagship antivirus software, citing national security concerns and the war on Ukraine
Social media giant Meta wants to put Spain at the ‘heart’ of its vision for how the next-generation of the internet will work, with plans to build a datacentre and a remote working hub
Adobe reveals potential roadmap features in development, which include a chat client that might span Adobe Experience Cloud apps and foster collaboration across teams.
Channel player continues to deliver growth with signs that its expansion into the US is already having a positive impact on the business
Estonian startup and local banks have successfully piloted a data-sharing platform that prevents money laundering
Public cloud giant outlines commitment to bolstering its digital infrastructure in the UK through investing billions of pounds in its datacentres
Computer Weekly’s annual search for the 50 most influential people in UK IT is back – let us know who you would like to nominate for this year’s list
Pluribus Networks' United Cloud Fabric shifts distributed network functions from a switch CPU to a DPU on the server. The technology unifies network management across switches and servers, the company said.
SentinelOne adds identity threat detection and response technology to its cyber portfolio, saying it will benefit zero-trust adoption among its customers
Report from University College London’s Institute for Global Prosperity says London borough is ‘uniquely placed to seize the data opportunity’
Evidence from the encrypted phone network EncroChat led to the conviction of two men for conspiracy to murder
The tech giant now enables users of the Exadata Cloud at Customer service to run multiple types of the vendor's fully managed and unmanaged databases on the same hardware.
CNI operators in the US must now report cyber attacks within 72 hours, and ransomware payments within 24 hours
Annual report from UK’s official independent infrastructure adviser warns that progress on gigabit roll-out may be at risk, and sets out infrastructure priorities for 2022
Using the BI vendor's platform, the healthcare marketing and CRM firm has improved speed to insight and increased customer engagement with data for its clients.
President Joe Biden signed a law that requires critical infrastructure entities to report cyber attacks within 72 hours and report ransom payments in 24 hours.
Kyndryl has signed another partnership as it continues to forge independence from IBM -- this time with Cloudera, to help accelerate data transformation projects for hybrid clouds.
The proposed FTC settlement would require CafePress' former owner to pay $500,000 in compensation to customers who were victimized in the company's 2019 data breach.
Juniper has targeted edge data centers with a suite of updates to its intent-based networking platform Apstra. Also, Juniper has new IBN security and professional services.
The mysterious LokiLocker ransomware group caught the attention of BlackBerry researchers, who say the outfit could become the next cybercrime group to menace enterprises.
New storage additions such as Flexible Block Volumes and high availability for ZFS grow Oracle's cloud platform to compete against public cloud giants like AWS.
Technology journalists in Ukraine are raising funds to enable them to help Ukrainians survive during the Russian invasion
Managed communications service provider sees new bundle enabling convergence of networking and security as addressing modern-day challenges of digital business transformation, cyber security and workforce mobility
After a spate of suspected ransomware attacks on its members, the Freelance and Contractor Services Association is partnering with a cyber security firm that can coach its umbrella firms on how to protect themselves better
Almost £166bn was spent in the UK last year using contactless technology, compared with £80.5bn in 2019
The new LokiLocker ransomware is, like its namesake, adept at tricks and misdirection, say BlackBerry researchers
Sophisticated tools that simulate more than one physical phenomenon at a time may help designers home in on optimal architectures for quantum computers at less cost – and much faster
Global communications firm charged with delivering a managed end-to-end network that will transform the F1 fan immersive video experience in more than 180 countries
Business solutions provider becomes one of the first operators to join forces with IT giant to enable enterprise customers to experience the full power of communications and collaboration system
For the first time in a decade and a half, Microsoft is renaming and reconstituting its partner programme, with an emphasis on meeting customer needs
The updated platform enables organizations to adapt to fast-changing market conditions and perform continuous AI operations. The platform also includes integrations with Snowflake.
The government has introduced its long-awaited Online Safety Bill in Parliament, alongside new criminal offences and sanctions for tech company execs
SAP cloud specialist explains the process it went through in settling on a multicloud strategy
The RKVST platform supports multiple types of blockchain data applications, including secured SBOM data sharing for cybersecurity.
Eugene Kaspersky speaks out on the war in Ukraine, and rebuffs Germany’s BSI, branding its warnings over his company’s trustworthiness as insulting
Vodafone, the U.K.'s telcommunications giant, has upgraded its recruiting tech with automation that will analyze resumes and CVs and then recommend jobs.
Microsoft's upcoming hybrid work features will help remote and in-office employees schedule meetings, share presentations and collaborate more effectively.
Trend Micro discovered that the Cyclops Blink botnet, which had originally targeted WatchGuard devices, is now spreading to Asus and 'at least one other vendor.'
Cisco's MV Sense is available as a subscription with Meraki MV cameras. Companies can use the service to count boxes in a warehouse or track equipment on a factory floor.
China's AI regulations ask for things that may not be technically feasible, said Russell Wald, policy director at Stanford University's Institute for Human-Centered AI.
The lab ingests data from test results of kidney patients into the AI engine. The engine finds patterns and provides recommendations for the best care for patients.
Snowflake is continuing to build out its industry vertical platform offerings, helping users in different market segments collect, share and analyze data.
Nation Cyber Security Centre’s scam email reporting service enjoys great success as government embarks on new cyber awareness campaign
The Malaysian sportswear retailer has increased its profits and market share through its investments in business intelligence and analytics over the past five years
The Russian IT sector faces a major crisis as IT professionals and businesses flee the country after its invasion of Ukraine
Thanks to a combination of prior experience and global support, Ukraine’s defences against cyber incidents are holding strong in the face of Russian attacks
Upgraded Santiago Bernabéu Stadium to showcase one of the world’s largest deployments of Wi-Fi 6 technology for more immersive fan experience applications, as well as more bandwidth and higher reliability
Cryptocurrency scammers are actively targeting people trying to donate funds to support Ukraine
Getting EPR systems rolled out across NHS organisations will help boost digital transformation efforts, and are key to fulfilling government healthcare plans
Mobile operator delivers strongest consumer contract customer additions since 2012 and a 10% increase in EBITDA, with incremental growth in mobile virtual network operator business line, home broadband and business-to-business operations
Microsoft puts its forthcoming shift in context as it outlines major changes to its partner programme
Partner executives called the makeover, which creates new tiers and revises qualification criteria, the first major program update in more than 15 years; other IT channel news.
The latest advancements in collaboration software, UC as a service, contact centers and virtual reality await attendees of this year's Enterprise Connect.
The Russia-Ukraine war, which affects everything from inflation to chip availability, has left half of enterprise tech leaders reassessing IT and communication spending, IDC said.
Israeli startup OneLayer has launched from stealth with $8.2 million in seed funding and a software-based platform to secure IoT devices on private LTE and 5G networks.
Irina Rish, an AI expert at the University of Montreal, discusses the use of bots to combat disinformation and other ways AI technology can be used non-violently in warfare.
Supply chains have been hit hard in the past two years, and the challenges do not get easier with the Ukraine war, which will affect industries for years to come.
University is working with Oracle for research to monitor fruit trees as they blossom into spring
Cradlepoint and Extreme Networks will combine the former's 5G routers with the latter's network fabric to build a 5G wireless WAN for remote deployments.