Monitoring and analytics firm detected unauthorised activity associated with production servers and database of user credentials
Legacy IT systems are making it more difficult for retailers to collect and use customer data to improve services
The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) trials blockchain's distributed ledger technology, with benefit claimants using a mobile app to track welfare payments
Glue Networks has added support for more than a dozen network products in its orchestration engine. The Gluware engine provides greater SD automation.
Visa has opened a technology innovation centre in Dubai to focus on cashless payments
Cisco introduced at its Live conference branch security software for the ISR router. The networking company also improved malware protection in the Meraki MX appliance.
Bank to invest $3bn in global delivery network, with particular focus on scaling up Malaysian centre
Channel partners at Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference suggested Azure is moving into a more mature phase in which it is seeing more interest among customers.
Container technology is changing the enterprise software landscape, but many unfounded fears are delaying Docker adoption.
IBM leads the charge as large private businesses invest heavily in security resources across Australia in an attempt to close the security gap
At Cisco Live in Las Vegas, Blaine Hurst from café chain Panera explained how he transformed the company’s infrastructure based on Cisco and Apple devices
As the industry moves away from traditional SOA, organizations are instead choosing to create portable applications with SOA and microservices.
ICYMI: CenturyLink debuts a managed mobile analytics service in concert with Meraki; Xirrus rounds out its high-speed Wave 2 access point portfolio.
Roland Grunéus, the CIO of Swedish-founded Intrum Justitia, reveals the credit management services group’s efforts to make better use of data
As Rio de Janeiro gets ready to host the Olympics, Computer Weekly speaks to the man in charge of its IT
Nearly half of UK firms lack advanced cyber defences, despite the high level of concern about cyber attacks and associated costs
CEO Robbins said at the Live conference customers should expect a much higher percentage of future products to be delivered as Cisco applications or cloud services.
O2’s HR director Ann Pickering urges collaboration between government, schools and business to break down tech industry barriers
VMware partner program executive Frank Rauch said he will lend his expertise to secondary storage vendor Cohesity as it reshapes its channel strategy.
New Extreme Networks partner incentives include upfront discounts and back-end rebates for closing net new mid-enterprise customers; more IT channel news from the week.