Treasury Committee says government should launch websites only when they can cope with the expected workload, after childcare website was down for 160 hours last summer
Swedish industrial companies have played a role in the development of Ericsson’s 5G services in the country
A major report has reassured Swedish society that artificial intelligence will be a positive force for change despite fears of job losses
Apple’s CEO is calling for better data privacy regulations as Elon Musk joins Brian Acton in supporting the #DeleteFacebook campaign
Nowhere in the Netherlands is digitisation as big as it is in small and medium-sized enterprises, but the sector still has a lot to do in terms of cyber security
Care Quality Commission’s inspection into online or app-based GP services finds that 43% of providers aren’t adhering to “safe care” regulations
The new Pure Storage CEO sees NVMe as the immediate future for flash storage; he's also considering hyper-convergence and 'looking at some things' on the M&A front.
Due to several high profile attacks over the past year, ransomware is now well known across organisations, but there are other threats to be aware of, say cyber security experts
Research from various sources has pointed the finger at a number of reasons for the slow adoption of digital business processes and some are resorting to acquisition to solve the problems
Progressive web apps offer many benefits, leading organizations to take advantage of this trend in mobile app dev. A lack of Apple support stands in the way for some, however.
The government has published a guide for UK cyber security firms on how it plans to support their efforts to find and secure opportunities to export their products and services
The use of blockchain in certain parts of the financial services industry is limited at present due to the additional IT work required around its use
The online retailer has signed a contract to use voice authentication technology from Pindrop to tackle fraud and improve customer experience
Windows Server 2019 will come with a number of enhancements to cater to administrators who want a tighter connection to the Azure cloud platform, Microsoft said.
Police have arrested a key member of the Carbanak gang believed to be responsible for more than 100 cyber heists worldwide
Hospitals' IT team liked Nutanix hyper-converged infrastructure for primary storage so much, it went with converged backup vendor Rubrik for data protection.
A bottom-up approach towards data modelling is needed to address the shortcomings of physical and theoretical models in artificial intelligence
Technology and consulting services firm Capgemini is using technology from a startup company to poll its employees’ views and provide feedback from managers every week. It is discovering what it takes to create “engaged teams”
Infrastructure and organisation skills are changing and plenty of users are failing to keep up with the different demands being put on staff
Hyper-converged infrastructure node maker dips its toes into hybrid cloud operations with Pivot3 Cloud Edition on Amazon Web Services to add cloud backup to HCI
Arsenal’s Innovation Lab programme has enabled collaboration with “world-class” startups to offer the best experience for fans in the future, says the club’s IT director
Berkshire NHS is using its Support Hope and Recovery Online Network to provide 24/7 support and advice to service users struggling with mental health issues
The firm has moved beyond its networking roots and as it enters new markets it has a requirement to expand its channel ecosystem
As hackers use increasingly sophisticated tech to tap into corporate data, machine learning platforms can help companies fight fire with fire by detecting cyberthreats early on.
Facebook could face huge fines as the result of a federal inquiry into the data exploitation scandal, further underlining the importance of personal data protection for all enterprises
Top-notch hospital systems are filled with smart, knowledgeable people eager to use data. But first, they must improve their data literacy, as this case study shows.
The IETF approves the TLS 1.3 encryption protocol upgrade after four years and 28 versions; improvements include better security and performance, as well as middlebox support.
Team collaboration app Atlassian Stride announced 20 new third-party integrations. The vendor is urging HipChat users to switch to Stride, as it concludes an early access program.
Multi-user Windows 10 could replace RDSH, which isn't in the first Windows Server 2019 preview. The move has ramifications for app compatibility, XenApp and Windows licensing.
Aruba's latest cloud-based analytics compares user Wi-Fi performance to let companies see why theirs is underperforming. Aruba NetInsight pricing starts at $50 per managed device.
Machine learning capabilities have made applications smarter, but IT pros are still in the early days of learning AI skills. Luckily, some tools only require the knowledge of an end user.
It's time to develop a conversational AI strategy, according to Gartner analyst Svetlana Sicular. Her advice: Stay focused on the business case and lean on the AI platform vendors.
As retirements mount, competition for workers is getting intense. HR must act quickly on hiring and improving employee retention, which includes a smooth onboarding experience.
After battling the fallout from an Atlanta ransomware attack for five days, Mayor Keisha Bottoms said City Hall has finally begun to recover and turn systems back on.
MIT researchers have developed an energy-efficient, hard-wired chip that they say will benefit IoT encryption and ease authentication processes in the IoT environment.
Most of the largest UK companies do not reveal their testing of cyber protection plans and do not share security updates with the board regularly, a Deloitte report reveals
Managed cloud computing firm Rackspace is calling on UK organisations to do more to develop cyber security skills in the light of research into expertise in cloud security
More than half of organisations fear that their mobile workers have been hacked and most are concerned that a growing mobile workforce means increased cyber security risk, a survey reveals
Ofcom set the task of implementing the rules that ensure everyone in the UK can access affordable high-speed broadband by 2020
Cloud supplier AWS says government agencies can now assess the prospect of running protected workloads, following an independent cloud security assessment
The firm has strengthened its cloud credentials extending its relationship with AWS and joining Google's partner ranks
Report calling for a radical reform of public services says government should open up, standardise processes and stop developing services that already exist
The Cambridge Analytica controversy has highlighted data ethics issues especially dear to early career stage data scientists
Macro-less Microsoft Word document attacks and zero-day malware are on the rise, according to data from WatchGuard
Customers know they face security threats but do not know how to deal with them giving MSPs a chance to step in and solve those problems
A collaboration between Arm and Nvidia looks to provide deep learning and artificial intelligence on internet-connected devices
Nuffield Foundation announces institute to examine ethical and social issues arising from the use of data, algorithms and artificial intelligence
Social media giant updates privacy settings and tools in response to the unfolding controversy over Cambridge Analytica’s use of Facebook data for political campaigns
Several examples of cryptojacking highlight organizational difficulties -- or outright neglect -- in securing AWS environments. Whether the trend continues is up to enterprise IT.
Advice highlights the benefits of using identity document validation to audit and share data on fraudulent documents
Most cyber attacks can be traced back to a phishing email, but more than half of European firms are unprepared to deal with email-based attacks, research has revealed
While still in its infancy, blockchain technology is no longer theoretical. And cloud providers will line up to cash in, as enterprises plan to invest millions.
Businesses can use the vagueness of the regulation to argue against fines in court, say experts
A social media firm's value is in the size of the network of users it can offer advertisers. But this model is now under the spotlight
Infinidat disk arrays double capacity to 8 petabytes per rack. The new InfiniBox products include InfiniSync DR box, InfiniGuard backup appliance and the Infinidat-hosted Neutrix Cloud.
Ceridian's $200 million IPO is likely to bolster the HCM and WFM vendor's position in the HR tech industry, while giving shareholders a stake in its wellness company.
Products are no longer the focus, according to Adobe. The customer experience is where it's at -- and Coca-Cola agrees, as the company executes its digital transformation process.
Cisco has embraced network disaggregation for data centers and carriers. The company is providing the option of running its network operating systems on third-party switches.
Research by the Open University has assessed the differences between the women in IT landscape in the UK and India
A security researcher discovered the recent Windows Meltdown patches may fix the Intel flaws, but also introduced a more severe vulnerability in some versions of Windows.
Chief inspector of borders and immigration calls on Home Office to re-establish exit checks project with proper data quality in place, but department rejects recommendation
After a bold transformation, many small and medium-sized businesses have yet to wrap their heads around what IBM offers today. The IBM marketing strategy will soon address that.
The chairman of the Israel Airports Authority paints a dismal picture of the state of cyber security in aviation, and offers advice on what can be done to avert the next disaster
With 365 days left until the UK leaves the EU, the countdown has begun. Computer Weekly looks at what CIOs should be doing as they prepare for Brexit, and the challenges and opportunities it could bring
US hardware giant Western Digital links up with StorReduce to provide data deduplication for object storage that combines WD ActiveScale scale-out appliances with the startup’s dedupe software
Research suggests IT contractors are resigned to the IR35 reforms being implemented in the private sector, and many fear an announcement to that effect will come this year
In between Good Friday and Easter Sunday it's World Backup Day and a reminder with GDPR looming of the need to take data management seriously
Higher education institutions are the biggest target for illicit cryptocurrency mining, data shows
Government procurement chiefs have secured ongoing preferential pricing on Microsoft cloud products for the public sector through Digital Transformation Agreement
Pharmaceutical giant’s vice-president of IT transformation and office of the CIO, Chris Day, is leaving the company after eight years in the role
The combined entity has used an event in London to outline just what it can now provide managed service providers
Less than two years after going private, Polycom is preparing to become a part of Plantronics. The $2 billion Polycom acquisition will expand Plantronics' endpoint portfolio.
Built on open source software, Intel's new nGraph DNN compiler takes aim at Nvidia's advantage by making it easier to run neural networks on different kinds of hardware.
Many businesses, especially board members, do not understand the scale of the cyber threat, but international efforts to combat cyber crime are being hampered by political barriers
A final appeal in the Oracle vs. Google Android lawsuit has come down against Alphabet Inc., asserting its use of Java APIs did not constitute fair use.
Complexity and maturity concerns rank among top SD-WAN challenges, according to a survey from Cato Networks. Also, Juniper's OpenContrail is rebranded to Tungsten Fabric.
While Google, Oracle and Microsoft rightly tout the benefits of total cloud migrations, business use cases demand support for on-premises versions of certain applications.
Gluware launches Config Modeling, a new network automation tool intended to help customers overcome the hurdles of CLI as they manage multivendor legacy networks.
Security startups competing in this year's RSA Innovation Sandbox will present new offerings for threat detection, cloud security, artificial intelligence and machine learning.
This week, bloggers look into the changes wrought in the branch by SD-WAN routing, endpoint security tools and Microsoft's new SONiC open source software.
Police have arrested 20 cyber criminals in connection with a €1m fraud operation across Italy and Romania
Prime minister confirms long-rumoured move in written statement to Parliament as MPs left for Easter recess
Interxion's Dublin-based data center business continues to grow as an increasing number of American and European companies see Ireland as a strategic connection hub.
It wasn't the first in the cloud computing space, but Oracle is all in now. Key to the effort is a new Autonomous Database service, initially available for data warehousing uses.
While IBM has made significant investments in acquiring cybersecurity vendors in recent years, the company now is turning its attention to security services like incident response.
A new Google text-to-speech service generates natural-sounding speech in 32 voices and 12 languages. Developers can integrate the software with most enterprise apps and devices.
Dell EMC said its fourth-quarter results showed channel business growth in servers but a slump in storage; other news from the week.
As enterprises seek speed and efficiency with microservices, IT ops pros must learn skills and consolidate tools to deal with increased infrastructure and application complexity.
News roundup: New Facebook privacy features and updates to the company's bug bounty program are being rolled out. Plus, Drupalgeddon 2.0 threatens over 1 million sites, and more.
A new government report claims poor communication was to blame for the FBI's court case being filed against Apple despite a San Bernardino iPhone unlock method being almost ready at the time.
IT ops must replenish its toolkit to standardize infrastructure management and let developers experiment with the latest programming languages and application designs.
With so many mobile users reliant on Office 365 to get work done, it was high time Microsoft and EMM vendors made app management and security easier for IT.
The latest Arista switches are 25/100 GbE hardware designed to provide a smooth migration from systems with less bandwidth. The new gear is for companies with large data centers.
SAP and Accenture announced plans to develop DDMRP functions for SAP Integrated Business Planning; SAP DataGenius Challenge tries to get March Madness predictions right.
IBM's new microservices development platform is a comprehensive, cloud-native option for developers to build, test and deploy applications in the IBM Cloud Private environment.
Instant apps are bite-size applications that end users don't need to install to their mobile devices. Discover the pros and cons of this technology, and which use cases make sense.
When it came time to engage more effectively with customers, 24 Hour Fitness looked to industry leaders in customer personalization for inspiration.
Kaspersky's KLara tool has been made open source in an effort to help security professionals search related malware samples more easily and efficiently with distributed Yara rules.