Leading comms tech provider certifies C-band 5G adapter to provide connectivity across Ultra Wideband Network to give enterprise and business customers speed, capacity, coverage and performance
Boost to altnet’s goal of reaching 500,000 premises by 2025 as rising expectations from consumers, and demands such as increased homeworking, drive expansion in key central England belt
Another busy week, with senior positions getting filled and boardrooms opening to some fresh faces
When Microsoft causes friction with the channel, it tends to spark an online response – and planned changes to the partner programme have done the same
Business arm of UK connectivity provider proposes new way of working, built on successful outcomes rather than service deliverables alone, with bespoke agreements offering flexible use, reduced dual running costs and next-level service for new large enterprise and public sector customers
Mobile operator signs exclusive deal with comms tech provider on the evolution of software-defined network manager and controller (SDN-M&C) services for multi-access fixed network technology
API-based banking services allow corporate customers to offer financial services without the need for heavy tech development or regulatory approval
Retail Data Cloud is the vendor's fourth industry-specific data cloud, and comes prepackaged with data sets and capabilities to enable efficient data management and analytics.
Health secretary wants 80% of providers to abandon paper-based records by 2024 ahead of broader plans for digital health and care
Digital healthcare provider Babylon has opened up about the work it is doing with the Google Cloud team, as it grapples with trying to meet the infrastructure needs of its rapidly growing business
The NHS is deploying an AI-based demand forecasting tool to accurately predict activity levels and free up staff, space and resources to tackle post-pandemic treatment backlogs
Deal between fast-growing infrastructure provider and leading ISP increases the latter’s exclusive commitments from an initial four cities to 285 cities, towns and villages across the UK
What operator describes as ‘innovative, flexible’ software-defined geostationary satellite to replace NSS-12 at 57 degrees East to deliver service to hundreds of millions at the crossroads of three continents
Research reveals how the datacentre buildout plans of the public cloud giants are affecting hardware and software spend
It spent years integrated with Solarwinds and as a re-sold product, but now it plans to target enterprise customers with a backup product that aims at granular file protection and restore
New AI-related security capabilities in Oracle HCM Cloud may help HR and IT managers spot anomalies based on behavior, time, frequency, location, role and responsibility.
Brick-and-mortar retailers look to technology to compete with online counterparts and mold digital experiences to what resonated with consumers during the past two years.
Providers expand capacity and global presence as enterprise customers build data center services into multi-faceted infrastructure strategies; other IT channel news.
Members of the Chartered Institute of IT, the professional body for technology professionals in the UK, warn against limiting end-to-end encryption
Two new cyber security marks are expected to provide an edge for Singapore businesses with good cyber security practices
Digital, Data and Technology guide outlines measures supporting overhaul intended to “get things right at the start”
Chinese comms tech provider feels the strain from tech bans and Covid, but returns solid operations and looks for future investments as it releases annual report
The Financial Conduct Authority received 116 cyber incident reports in 2021, a fifth of them involving ransomware
UK operator enlists virtual machine technology provider as it sees virtualising and modernising network essential to retaining market share across the UK and EU as it rolls out next-generation mobile services
UK bank moves to the next stage of its work with quantum computers through a deal with IBM
Sophos issues a new warning to organisations that have so far failed to patch their VMware Horizon servers against Log4Shell
Aruba's Central NetConductor is a cloud-based service that delivers automation and identity-based network access to enforce zero-trust policies for users and devices.
Networking technology and services provider broadens role as official technology partner of leading Formula 1 racing team to provide network and collaboration infrastructure to enhance speed, scale and power across technology footprint
New deal with Taiwanese operator claimed to see Nokia deploy solutions that unlock the full business potential of 5G enabled by its AirScale portfolio, and support a lower-carbon footprint
The onset of the Covid-19 pandemic prompted massive investment in the UK’s digital companies, which are collectively valued at $1tn
UK’s National Cyber Security Centre issues refreshed guidance on organisations’ usage of technology and services of Russian origin, but stops short of advising users to expunge all Russian products from their IT estates
CEO outlines reasons why the emergence of WithSecure will be a positive development for its partners
After one of the biggest shifts of how we work in decades, collaboration technology firm adds functionality innovations to help organisations personalise the hybrid work experience for employees and customers
Research reveals manufacturing firms must address both human and tech barriers relating to visibility of networks and the digital experience to create a sustainable and high-performing hybrid workplace
The startup's database technology enables enterprises to use traditional data stores alongside vector-based data to support advanced data queries and search.
Financial difficulties caused by downturn in demand for its services during the pandemic, coupled with ‘unprecedented’ energy price rises, force Sungard AS into administration in the UK
Gap and PacSun lead the way in NFT experiments, as retailers and analysts ponder the revenue potential of selling virtual products in the metaverse.
Some MSP perspectives of the market may be pessimistic for the next year; however, new CompTIA research shows that most feel recent changes have positively influenced business.
The tech giant is continuing to build out the capabilities of its MySQL HeatWave cloud database with real-time elasticity, performance boosts and machine learning integration.
IT pros like to check out cutting-edge technology, but they say Aruba Central basics like device onboarding and data privacy are most important for doing their jobs today.
Cybercriminals are turning bugs into exploits faster than ever, according to Rapid7, which found that the average time to known exploitation dropped 71% last year.
Lords inquiry finds UK police are deploying artificial intelligence and algorithmic technologies without a thorough examination of their efficacy or outcomes, and are essentially ‘making it up as they go along’
The Morrison government is investing in a landmark package of measures to shore up the intelligence and cyber security capabilities of the Australian Signals Directorate
In a survey prior to its Analytics Symposium, the UK & Ireland SAP User Group finds 61% of SAP customers say data management issues are slowing down process automation and impeding moves to S/4 Hana
Twofold capacity increase supports East Africa’s digital transformation as work continues on Equiano subsea cable linking Africa to Europe
New statistics from the annual DCMS Cyber security breaches survey reveal the extent and frequency with which UK organisations are being attacked by malicious actors
Study finds effects that hybrid working is having on business culture, with nearly half of study across the globe feel diversity and inclusion has improved during the pandemic.
Print specialist Brother gives channel a subscription service option that should appeal to those that have previously shied away from managed print services
German digital bank N26 has had problems with anti-money laundering regulations in the past, and is now banned in Italy
UK fintech acquired by Papaya Global is looking to improve cross-border employee payments
AI has reached a plateau, with many organizations using similar AI and machine learning tools. But enterprises have been slow to implement AI ethics and effective cybersecurity.
Distributor’s strategy is paying off as the business records decent growth and shares a positive outlook for 2022
More support for industrial internet of things from industry alliance to promote recognised gigabit home networking technology, boosting device performance and resilience in industrial networks
The Open Data Institute has set up an institution to support the Open Referral UK data standard geared to promote more sharing of public sector data
Several weeks on from another systems outage that prompted it to cancel hundreds of short-haul flights, British Airways’ IT systems have been hit by another glitch
Kioxia's CD8, its second-generation PCIe Gen 5 SSDs, provides increased performance and a 2.5 inch form factor that make it much more data center-friendly than the CD7.
The subpostmaster campaign group which exposed the Post Office Horizon scandal could be close to achieving the objective it was established for, with fair compensation for its members in sight
The new tool is aimed at providing better results for online shoppers. It understands user intent and context, provides results for broad inquiries, and includes semantic search.
Axie Infinity, whose developer was hacked this month, is a popular NFT-based video game in which players earn cryptocurrency by raising their pay-to-play digital pets, or 'Axies.'
Unilever deploys blockchain-enabled GreenToken by SAP to help ensure the palm oil used in its products comes from responsible sources and doesn't contribute to rainforest loss.
Aruba wants more customers to switch to network as a service, but companies benefiting from a standard product license are hesitant to embrace the subscription model.
In Biden's proposed budget, the FTC would gain an additional $139 million, while the DOJ's antitrust division would see an $88 million increase.
The U.S.-based satellite internet provider said a 'multifaceted and deliberate cyber attack' struck Viasat's KA-SAT network on the first day of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Rewind's Backups for Jira expands its portfolio of supported SaaS platforms with Jira Software Cloud. New Rewind technology will add new SaaS requests faster.
The BCS has called for an end to transphobic abuse and harassment in the technology industry
Research reveals competitive pricing and monitoring features rank highest in companies’ software-defined wide area networking SD-WAN supplier selection, while WAN optimisation and standardisation rank lowest
Report from partner in UK government’s 5G testbed scheme explores potential of 5G Broadcast to transform spectator experience at live events such as football and motor racing
Henrietta Yaw draws on her people-oriented approach to management which has served her well in her decades-long career at Fujifilm Business Innovation
Some are describing a newly disclosed Spring Java framework vulnerability as the next Log4Shell, but what is Spring4Shell, and what can we do about it?
The arrests of seven people in connection with the Lapsus$ cyber crime group has not dented the gang’s enthusiasm for causing chaos
Channel player confident it can save SMEs money with free assessment that will identify savings and areas for security improvement
Customers want to get to net zero and the print channel must be able to show it can support that ambition
Scheme to catch fraudsters, including online scammers, before they commit their crimes has reported a significant increase in crimes prevented
Generational global upheaval has laid bare significant gaps in national cyber strategies, GCHQ chief Jeremy Fleming has said in a speech
The vendor's first 2022 release includes capabilities that make natural language query easier and aid dashboard developers as they build new assets.
La Liga, the first division of the Spanish football league, has turned to Databricks’ Lakehouse Platform to analyse footballer performance and engage with fans
Ada Lovelace Institute publishes recommendations on how European institutions can improve the Artificial Intelligence Act by establishing a ‘comprehensive remedies framework’ around those affected by the deployment of AI systems
Comms tech provider claims to have proved case for 1 Terabit per channel transmission in live network with Japanese operator while it works with mobile division of e& to launch 5G private wireless networks and support enterprise digital transformation
Verizon and Cisco partner on proof-of-concept based on mobile edge compute, LTE connectivity and industrial IoT to rearchitect autonomous driving by virtualising roadside infrastructure to support low-latency requirements necessary for autonomous applications
Latest part of £4m Scottish government funding package to accelerate the adoption of 5G sees next-gen communications centres opened in Aberdeen and Kilmarnock to boost the economy and encourage entrepreneurship
Security experts and vendors support the White House's suggestions, such as offline data backups, to promote cyber resilience.
The roadmap for Docker Desktop will include security updates and serverless support, as industry watchers speculate about potential acquisition interest from Atlassian.
Developers and engineers serve as an economic bulwark in the country's battle for survival. The regional reshuffling of talent, meanwhile, could spell higher costs for IT buyers.
SentinelOne did not directly attribute the malware to the Viasat attack. That said, researchers argued the "AcidRain" malware's functionality matches open source intelligence.
HP plans to acquire Poly to appeal to companies looking for conference gear, headsets and other devices for hybrid work. HP expects to close the $3.3 billion deal this year.
To improve performance of workloads spanning multiple clouds and on-premises environments, Intel acquired Granulate Cloud Solutions, specialists in autonomous optimization tools.
Customers agreed that automation and the Central management console were essential to them. But Phil Mottram's plans to deliver more products as a service got mixed reviews.
Two different remote code execution vulnerabilities in a Java developer tool caused considerable confusion after one of the flaws was leaked online as a zero-day.
The vendor is continuing to build out its technology aimed at enabling organizations to build applications that use real-time data to improve operations.
Australian IoT technology provider X2M Connect has been making headway in key Asian markets, where sustainability and air and water quality are gaining more attention
Ahead of the government’s reply to its late 2021 consultation about proposed post-Brexit reforms to the data protection regime, TechUK has published a paper declaring six data governance principles
Thai operator teams with comms tech providers for a ‘milestone’ in enhancing the capabilities of 5G network and ecosystem, showcasing 5G New Radio Dual Connectivity in the field achieving 8.5Gbps peak downlink speed and 2.17Gbps peak uplink speed with a single mobile device
Sale by previous owner Capita is completed, giving the firm the chance to talk about its ambitions for the future
Apple has fixed two zero-day vulnerabilities that appear to have been actively exploited in the wild
Malicious actors can compromise 94% of critical assets within four steps of the initial breach point, according to a report
City of London Police have charged two teenagers in connection with the Lapsus$ cyber crime spree
The widespread enterprise adoption of remote operations that bolstered the demand for comms and collaboration products and services is set to persist
Specialist in design, build, support and management of UK’s critical digital infrastructure announces refresh to provide end-to-end replacement of legacy networks
Zimperium is the latest cybersecurity investment for Liberty Strategic Capital, a private equity firm founded by former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
One expert says policymakers and data scientists need to work together to create a better framework for AI use, which could include establishing a rating system.
AI adoption may be bad news for middle managers, says a new study. Future workplaces will hire people with technical skills and give junior workers more power.
Minit's acquisition by Microsoft will enable organizations to better understand business processes and help them plan and implement digital transformation projects.
Google's upcoming Meet updates will include letting multiple workers communicate over video while collaborating on a document, spreadsheet or slide presentation.
CrowdStrike says Microsoft's cloud offering may not be accurately taking logs of user sign-ins, and that could pose a threat to protecting networks and investigating attacks.