In the second part of our look back over last year the focus is on what 2017 meant to the channel
Digital transformation and the need for speed, scale and clear communication were the big topics explored in our top 10 CIO advice columns of 2017.
Just shy of three years after Syscap was acquired by Wesleyan Bank the operation is going through a rebrand
Ransomware targeting cloud services is one of the six biggest cyber threats likely to face organisations in 2018, according to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Ultrafast broadband services supplier Gigaclear has acquired the assets of troubled district-council-backed altnet Aylesbury Vale Broadband
The government has launched a consultation on improving mobile connectivity for rail passengers
Less than five months before the compliance deadline for the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), most top UK and US firms are still overestimating their state of readiness, a study suggests
A newly discovered macOS zero-day flaw, called IOHIDeous, affects all versions of Apple's desktop operating system and can allow for full-system compromise.
Datacentre service provider Colt is laying the groundwork to build datacentres in India and Singapore, and is working on new datacentre technologies to improve energy efficiency
Nordic CIOs tell Computer Weekly about their intentions for the year ahead
Security researchers are urging businesses to ensure they are prepared for large-scale DDoS attacks following the online publication of code to exploit a vulnerability in Huawei HG532 routers
After a bumper year, driven chiefly by growth in the Chinese market, smartphone production will begin to slow in 2018, according to analysts at TrendForce
Figures from the BSA indicate that a fair number of UK employees at SMEs are happy to blow the whistle over the use of illegal software
The year is just a few days old and already vendors are making sure that the channel can get access to training to support some of the key areas
The minister of state for digital, Matt Hancock, told a diversity and inclusion event that the technology industry should look to use under-represented groups to fill talent gaps
Institute of Directors report says the government’s digital drive has lost momentum and calls on public sector to harness private sector technologies and innovation
A large proportion of businesses in the regional economic grouping will be affected by Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, but awareness of the new rules remains low, even in countries with existing data protection laws
Cyber security player becomes distributor's first signing of 2018 as it moves to expand its software portfolio
AMD shares rise on news that the performance of millions of Windows PCs, Linux servers and Apple Macs is to be impacted by critical updates for a recently discovered security flaw in Intel chips manufactured in the past 10 years
Is this the post-Hadoop era? Not in the eyes of Hadoop 3.0 backers, who see the latest update to the big data framework succeeding in machine learning applications and cloud systems.
Release of a third-party patch for a mysterious Intel CPU flaw led to many questions but few answers, and details on the issue may not be imminent.
The two tech firms are among others that have been working with telcos across the Asia-Pacific region to test 5G technologies and applications
With the latest version of the EU payment services directive coming into force, traditional Nordic banks can’t afford to slow their digital transformations
NHS Coventry and Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group is upgrading to full-fibre broadband infrastructure for GP practices and community health centres
Security vendors are warning that the battle to protect data is being fought on the factory floor
Amazon, Google and Microsoft rush to fix chip flaws that could leave cloud customers at risk of having their data accessed or stolen by other users
Seven CIOs plus one chief digital officer give us a glimpse of their technology plans for the new year.
Healthcare organizations should be prepared to see applications for blockchain and more uses for AI in 2018. Analytics provided by EHR vendors will also emerge.
Reduxio HX550 hybrid arrays provide primary storage with native data protection for CPP's talent management software, which includes a Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment.
Microsoft acquired Avere Systems, a vendor that builds appliances for high-performance NAS in hybrid environments. Avere NAS is used for primary file storage and cloud bursting.
Zayo Group has launched an SD-WAN product. The Zayo SD-WAN is available as an on-premises or managed product. Zayo is a bandwidth infrastructure provider in the U.S. and Europe.
This week, bloggers explore IPv6 prefix complexities, the reasons behind high turnover among CISOs and whether the adage 'just reboot it' holds true with advanced wireless LANs.
Cisco has integrated Encrypted Traffic Analytics into Catalyst switches and ASR and ISR routers. Cisco ETA searches encrypted traffic for malware activity.
Vendors released the vulnerability disclosures and patches for the new Meltdown and Spectre CPU attacks as the infosec industry begins mitigating risks.
Apple has confirmed that all iPhones, iPads and Mac computers are affected by the recently discovered microprocessor exploits as the financial services industry assesses the risk
London-based tech firms received record levels of venture capital funding last year
University is using software to create an app-based prospectus and improve internal communications
With the world reacting to the Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor chip flaws the channel is in a prime position to offer customers advice
According to Synergy Research Group, 2017 marked another important milestone in enterprise adoption and acceptance of cloud
Stockport Council’s digital programme is working to transform services for both citizens and staff, saving chunks of money and driving efficiency at the same time
The coming year is likely to see an increase in the number of cyber attacks on critical national infrastructure (CNI), according to a report based on experts’ forecasts
UK’s data protection watchdog is calling for organisations to apply security updates to mitigate against exploits of microprocessor flaws as soon as possible to safeguard personal data
Several unified communications vendors rang in the new year with mergers and acquisitions, as Star2Star merges with Blueface and Polycom picks up Obihai Technology.
News roundup: A DHS data breach exposed PII of 250,000 federal employees, as well as investigative data from 2002 to 2014. Plus, a new bill aims to nix paperless voting, and more.
Unprecedented Spectre and Meltdown CPU flaws required a vast coordinated vulnerability disclosure effort over six months and across dozens of organizations.
AT&T plans to roll out 5G mobile services in a dozen U.S. markets by the end of the year. But details on the AT&T 5G services have not been released.
ConnectWise plans to provide HTG Peer Groups' consulting, coaching and peer group services to a broad spectrum of its PSA software users; other news from the week.
Hackers could target cloud computing environments to exploit the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, but AWS, Microsoft and Google say their fixes are enough to bar the doors.