The UK & Ireland SAP User Group is developing a special interest group to help their members hit their ESG goals more effectively
Graph databases are making a splash in the database market, with specialist, multimodal and cloud database suppliers jostling for a slice of the pie
Organisation is looking for an integrated workforce solution for the NHS, which includes NHS electronic staff record services
Faced with a global recession next year, security buyers should try to direct investment towards technology that protects customer-facing and revenue-generating workloads, say analysts
Tintri aims to leverage core technology in its products to meet the needs of containers and microservices with cloud versions of its on-premise appliances
Judge rules that creditors should return $504m that was accidentally transferred to them by Citigroup
Finnish operator and compatriot comms technology giant announce the launch of world’s first commercial 5G standalone network with network slicing for fixed wireless access services
A large number of the people endorsed to work in the UK with a Tech Nation Global Talent visa work in non-technical roles as part of the tech ecosystem
Contractor poll suggests lack of faith among freelancers about new prime minister Liz Truss honouring her pledge to review the IR35 rules
Comms player likes to order doubles, and has made another couple of acquisitions to keep its list of deals growing further
Global nanosatellite IoT network inks commercial arrangement with NewSpace India to launch four spacecraft aboard India’s Polar Satellite Launch Vehicle mission
As planned, the acquisition of Mandiant will see the threat intel and incident response giant become a part of Google’s Cloud business
Developer of test, monitoring and analytics services engaged by UK ISP for remote fibre testing and monitoring offering to improve efficiency of deployment and fault identification
Money keeps pouring into the cloud consulting and professional services market as industry executives cite steady demand for their services in an uncertain economy.
According to a new report by CrowdStrike's threat hunting team, Falcon OverWatch, attempted intrusions against the healthcare sector doubled year over year.
Communications giant takes advantage of extensive fibre broadband network to support mobile infrastructure, which is seeing significant push into virtualised radio access network technology in cell sites
Iranian APT used multiple personas on a single email thread to convince targets of the legitimacy of its phishing lures
Blancco is providing data sanitisation and erasure software to The Turing Trust so that old IT equipment can be securely reused by school children in Sub-Saharan Africa, instead of adding to world’s growing e-waste problem
A year and a half after a fire at its datacentre campus in Strasbourg destroyed one of its facilities and damaged another, OVHcloud has opened a new server farm at the site
Investment in fintech drops, but because figures are distorted by last year’s records, it’s not as bad as it looks, says KPMG
JP Morgan acquires cloud-native payments technology as it modernises its IT infrastructure
Leading communications technology provider strengthens software portfolio to focus on security, automation and monetisation, while introducing digital ecosystem programme to accelerate innovation through collaboration with partners and customers
Cisco has confirmed that data leaked last week by the Yanluowang ransomware gang was that stolen during a May 2022 cyber attack
Secureworks researchers found what they say is a serious vulnerability in an Azure Active Directory authentication method, but Microsoft says it should not pose a serious risk to users
Two separate studies into the state of public cloud security reveal insight into the ease with which threat actors can compromise vast numbers of targets, and some of the challenges security teams are facing in the cloud
TeleGeography’s Global Internet Geography research service shows continuing return to ‘normal’ following the pandemic-generated bump of 2020, as demand looks to quickly transcend terabyte measure
COBOL code modernization options range from a simple, yet expensive, application re-write to automated tools that can convert code and extract business rules.
The tech giant launched a new MySQL cloud database service running on AWS infrastructure that will support both analytical and transactional database workloads.
IBMs new generation of Linux-based mainframes can significantly reduce energy use for companies willing to replace x86 servers with proprietary systems.
Oracle is allowing its database users to access those services on rival clouds, while aggressively pursuing AWS customers in search of lower-cost cloud infrastructure.
Secureworks published details of what it claims are significant security flaws in Azure's authentication system, but Microsoft has dismissed them as non-issues.
A relatively light patching workload awaits admins this month, but a "wormable" threat should increase the sense of urgency to rapidly deploy Microsoft's batch of fixes.
VMware has expanded its VMware Cloud on AWS to Hong Kong, following the launch of the Alibaba Cloud VMware service in Greater China
The National Cyber Security Centre is urging users to be on guard against phishing attacks during the period of national mourning for the Queen
A quarter of cyber security incidents reported to the Financial Conduct Authority in the first six months of 2022 involved DDoS, with a likely link to events in Ukraine
Retailers and other non-financial businesses are increasingly offering their customers financial services, such as credit and payment options
5G- and cloud-native charging product will provide ‘endless’ monetisation opportunities for advanced standalone 5G and beyond, backed by proven multicloud deployment experience, says Amdocs
Microsoft drops fixes for five critical vulnerabilities and one zero-day in its latest monthly update
Leading German operator deploys cloud-native standalone core, marking key milestone in the evolution of 5G architecture with scale and flexibility required to deliver innovative 5G standalone services to enterprise customers
Speaking at an event hosted by data protection specialist Rubrik, former CISA director Chris Krebs calls for the security community to work collectively to kick out the supports from under ransomware gangs
Salesforce's upcoming Customer 360 features include automation tied together with CDP data for sales, marketing, service and e-commerce.
The AI vendor released an updated version of its DataScale system. The new system boasts improved performance and expanded memory for enterprises working with large models.
Distributor shares positive half-year numbers, indicating growth across EMEA as the security market continues to motor
International connectivity and global IoT enabler partners with technology provider to take simplicity of consumer eSIMs to the broader internet of things while further streamlining connectivity activation for enterprises
FormBook emerged as the most widely seen malware in August, according to Check Point’s latest data
Workday Rising provided a launch pad for new features including a low code, no code user interface for the Workday app dev platform.
Asigra has added the ability to remove ransomware infections from files while keeping the file intact with its new Content Disarm and Reconstruction feature.
While healthcare and financial data are protected by federal legislation, individuals have little control over how consumer data is collected and used.
The guidance is an extension of President Biden's cybersecurity executive order from 2021 and includes new requirements for software deployed in federal agencies.
During the Workday Rising event, business leaders shared their struggles with finding a way to balance business and employee needs for returning to the office.
OrgScan extends CodeScan's security scanning ability in Salesforce. CodeScan Shield aims to simplify security for devs as the trend to shift left continues, industry analysts say.
Though legislation is before Congress that would address data privacy, it may not set clear enough guidelines or give individuals enough control.
The departments of Justice and the Treasury announced criminal charges and sanctions against a group of Iranian nationals accused of running an international ransomware operation.
Bharti Airtel will deploy its multi-access edge compute platform across India to support edge computing applications in manufacturing and other industries, as India gears up for 5G
Three Iranian nationals have been indicted over a spate of ransomware attacks against organisations in the US, UK, Israel and Iran
Indian telco teams with IT giant with aim of using network of edge datacentres to help businesses address critical business needs with greater efficiency, making it easier for companies to process workloads where their data resides
Annual forecast reveals observability – the ability to see everything in the tech stack that could affect customer experience – has become a board-level imperative, but only a quarter of organisations have achieved it
The vast majority of businesses are well aware of the importance of digital trust, yet very few have a dedicated staff role responsible for it, report finds
Arrival of US-based insurer Coalition in London will supposedly offer SMEs more options when it comes to cyber security insurance
Nominations for the annual Security Serious Unsung Heroes Awards closes 16 September
Salesforce partners with nonprofits and customers to mint more admins, developers and consultants needed to sustain the company's five-year growth plan.
SAP has written to its customers informing them of a price increase on annual maintenance fees. What are your options?
The principles of Agile product development can provide guidance on how to incorporate employee voice in processes and ensure resilience in the face of change.
Experience of EfficientIP indicates that this is a market sector that could benefit from working with partners
Analysis of mobile trade-ins reveals increasing handset longevity and rising value of used devices, with US$767m returned to US buyers in the second quarter
Symantec's Threat Hunter Team uncovered a new cyberespionage campaign run by a threat group named Webworm, which uses customized versions of old remote access Trojans.
Operational technology security player is bedding in partners that have come on board following acquisition that took the firm into the healthcare market
European Commission lays out proposed security regulations on device and software security to better protect consumers and drive global standards
Current and former CISA members say the best methods for curbing ransomware attacks are organizations reporting attacks and assisting in investigations.
Business Wi-Fi networking solutions firm partners with growing UK full-fibre gigabit broadband ISPs to offer mesh wireless network systems claimed to deliver four times faster coverage across the home
The new SaaS offering voice coaches agents and provides self-coaching assessments and personalized evaluations. The vendor also introduced two new headsets.
CIOs can expect to pay more for consulting and professional services as pricing in the sector continues an upward trend that first surfaced last year.
Arm's roadmap for Neoverse V2 core is designed to handle 5G, HPC and edge workloads. Nvidia will incorporate the offering in its Grace data center chip in 2023.
Google wants to make migrating to its new AlloyDB database easier for its users as well as provide new support for database migration from PostgreSQL.
Valmont Industries wants an agile WAN that the company can modify in days instead of months. The global manufacturer is testing network-as-a-service provider Graphiant.
Trial of combined wireless technologies at Polytechnic Institute of Viseu said to showcase the future of higher education, including 8K video and interactive experiences in classrooms
Details are trickling out of an apparent ‘near total’ compromise of ride-sharing service Uber by an alleged teenage hacktivist
CISA adds six new vulnerabilities to its most-wanted list, including one that dates back to 2010
Barnet Council has awarded Capita a contract extension as part of its transition away from a large contract with the supplier
NetApp is encouraging channel partners to push cloud when it really is the right answer, as well as continue to offer users a choice
Leading comms tech provider teams with multinational electronics company to combine 5G SA private wireless and Industry 4.0 expertise for advanced manufacturing services in Brazil
Security researchers spotted suspicious activity on Uber's HackerOne page when the alleged hacker posted messages claiming they had compromised the ride-share company's network.
Experts speaking during ITIF's AR/VR Policy Conference pointed out that businesses need to head into the metaverse with a strong data privacy plan.
At its user conference, Workday showcased tech and customer stories on bringing down the walls between HR, IT and finance. It's not a new story, but it may be newly relevant.
At the SuccessConnect conference, SAP SuccessFactors focused on the changing world of work and how companies can manage more dynamic workforces, with new modules for HXM Suite.
Adobe expects to bolster its collaboration tools for the hybrid workplace with its $20 billion acquisition of Figma, the maker of cloud-based software popular with developers.
The U.S. Department of Justice issued a report to President Biden on its various enforcement efforts around cybercrime and digital currency, as well as looming challenges.
As an alternative to AWS S3 or storage-as-a-service offerings, iXsystems and Storj now offer a distributed storage model on TrueNAS Scale for $4 per TB, per month.
The pressure is on to turn around sale decreases, and a trusted partner that can help introduce efficient technology might be part of the answer