Visual Basic apps were never meant to run in the cloud, but with automated code conversion tools, their tried-and-true business logic can be refactored and reused.
Lift manufacturer is using sensors and artificial intelligence to support its maintenance staff
Colocation provider sets out plans to expand its datacentre footprint in Slough, as demand for locally hosted cloud services grows
IT services firm uses Yellow Hook Reef game to make its graduate recruitment process more inclusive and enjoyable for candidates
A new release of NSA cyberweapons falls flat, as Windows exploits from the Shadow Brokers have mostly been patched. But unsupported systems are still at risk.
In UC news, a report finds digital transformation initiatives are driving the UCC market, while CoreDial and VeloCloud partner to bring SD-WAN features to cloud UC services.
Quantum StorNext scale-out file system adds to cloud capability with granular replication that can operate one-to-one, one-to-many, plus provide storage QoS per application
Dutch university TU Delft is replacing its legacy learning management system after 17 years
Colocation giant Equinix emerges as the one to beat in Cloudscene’s inaugural rankings of globe’s biggest datacentre service providers
Catalogic adds support for SAP HANA and healthcare database programs to ECX. The company is focusing its ECX copy data management software for DevOps use cases.
The cyber criminal network is truly global and collaborative, making use of popular messaging services, a study has revealed
StorageOS is now available on the Docker marketplace with software product that manages stateful storage for containers, with advanced storage features such as data protection and encryption
Oracle Code is a software conference that both promotes Oracle's cloud computing message, while providing useful knowledge to full-stack developers.
Version 5.3 of Virtual Instruments' Load DynamiX 5 software supports time-based NFSv3 workloads, eases preconditioning of flash arrays and improves the user interface.
E8 qualifies HGST SN200 6.4 TB PCIe drives for D24 NVMe all-flash system. The 2U enclosure houses 24 SSDs and scales to 140 TB of usable capacity.
Avaya has introduced a platform for taking virtualized network functions to campus networks. New products include an operating system and orchestration engine.
An analysis of threats faced by organisations in the first quarter of 2017 reveals that cyber attackers still rely heavily on user interaction
Hotel group InterContinental (IHG) reveals that malware attempting to glean payment card details sat undetected on its network in the US for three months
Banks face daily cyber attacks, many of which succeed in stealing data, research finds
MasterCard tests out biometric technology embedded into payment cards, with further trials in Europe planned
Nottingham Trent University’s infrastructure services manager explains how she has made sure her technology team have the essential soft skills they need to support users
Docker offers two new projects: a toolkit for building secure, lean and portable Linux subsystems and a way for developers to collaborate on interchangeable components.
There were 299 Oracle patches in the April Critical Patch Update, including a fix for the Apache Struts exploits found in the wild and a vulnerability from the Equation Group dump.
The new Emergency Services Network could be delayed until September 2020, which could lead to the country being without the service for six months as a post-March 2020 extension of the current contract may not be possible
Use of technology in the country’s police forces remains poor, according to chief inspector of constabulary Thomas Winsor, who is calling for a decision-making mechanism procuring, establishing and running police IT
News roundup: The Hajime worm is the nicer, sneakier brother of Mirai malware. Plus, the FBI and CIA hunt for the Vault 7 whistleblower, Symantec adds to Zscaler lawsuit, and more.
The acquisition of wireless LAN provider Xirrus makes the Riverbed WAN portfolio more appealing to companies with branch offices.
Security researchers say the vulnerability behind the infamous Stuxnet worm is still the most exploited in the world, seven years after being patched.
EiQ Networks and Bay Dynamics are the latest in the growing list of cybersecurity vendors expanding their relationships with channel partner companies.