Security is a rising concern in the Asean region, with fears fuelled by incidents such as the recent hacking incident in Manila
The Bar Council’s CIO is working to transform the organisation’s legacy approach to IT and turn it into a digital business
The Science and Technology Committee says the UK is facing a digital skills crisis and calls on government to publish its Digital Strategy “without further delay”
The CIO of Swedish fast-food chain tells Computer Weekly how digital technology is increasing sales and supporting expansion
European firms take an average of 469 days to discover a compromise, compared with an average of 146 days globally, according to Mandiant
Symantec agreed to acquire Blue Coat Systems for $4.65 billion, with Blue Coat CEO Greg Clark taking over as new CEO of the combined company.
Banks in Singapore are rolling out biometric technology to improve customer services by speeding up the authentication process
Businesses in Dubai need to get ready for the expected boost in demand that will come with the World Expo exhibition to be held in the city in 2020
The GE Predix platform is now positioned as an operating system to run industrial machines more efficiently
Cloud storage and apps can open up an organisation to risks of data leakage. Computer Weekly looks at key areas of vulnerability and what you can do to prevent your data going viral
Barefoot Networks emerges from stealth mode with a high-speed switch chip that makes packet processing programmable.
Tesco’s retail bank has partnered with payment provider MasterCard to give customers more innovative digital payment methods
VMware says it will acquire startup Arkin to provide analytics that help customers broaden the use of NSX microsegmentation.
Data should be a public service in its own right and the civil service need to add digital to their skillset, says Cabinet Office minister Matt Hancock
For many Java applications doing list processing, having transactional memory built right into Intel's commodity CPUs will result in greater server hardware performance.
There has been an increasing call in the industry for full stack developers. Java Champion Trisha Gee gives us her take on what such a position entails.
A number of cities are to receive a fibre-to-the-premises broadband service specifically designed for small to medium-sized enterprises
New Zealand needs more IT professionals, and is hitting its targets through a mix of training existing residents and attracting new ones
This week, networking industry bloggers examine Symantec's decision to buy Blue Coat and whether cloud-native applications have merit.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has announced the forthcoming Bluetooth 5 standard, promising significant improvements to support an accessible and interoperable internet of things
The company's full-year results show a focus on IaaS and PaaS, with investment in more efficient datacentres and co-location
The firm was attracted by the many benefits of a cloud-based service desk, but chief among them was the low risk involved in implementation
The BBC and EE both reported massive spikes in network traffic during the England versus Wales clash at Euro 2016
Publicly released documents shed light on the many databases and sources used by the intelligence services to gather bulk personal data about UK citizens
GAO report blasts FBI facial recognition programs over privacy and accuracy concerns; FBI systems offer access to over 411 million photos from federal and state sources.
Learn how a variety of improvements to the open source Apache Spark streaming analytics engine promises to improve the development of big data applications.