The EU deal with Canada, as well as forthcoming trade agreements with Japan, Singapore and Vietnam, could boost the UK tech sector – if adopted after Brexit
Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative may be the top external supplier of software bug reporting for Microsoft and Adobe, but that does not mean it purchases every type of bug
Nurses think technology could improve health and care services, but are held back by barriers such as inadequate IT systems, a lack of support and digital skills
Many users of artificially intelligent systems have no understanding of what they do, making diverse and ethical development of these systems increasingly important
Network services supplier Kcom has been named as the preferred bidder for the Once for London Health and Social Care Network contract
SSE Enterprise Telecoms will connect Three’s mobile network into BT’s local telephone exchanges as the mobile operator ramps up its preparation for 5G
BAE Systems, Vodafone, cyber security incubator CyLon and other partners have joined forces in unveiling a manifesto for safeguarding society in the digital age
Board room, business development and cyber security were some of the job roles where firms chose to make some changes across the channel last week
Crescent Racing, Pata Yamaha Official WorldSBK Team has enhanced its existing relationship with MSP GCI to include new unified comms and Skype for Business elements
Parliamentary committee advises government to improve its outsourcing methods in the wake of the collapse of Carillion
The firm is no stranger to using acquisition as a way of extending its reach but for its latest target has looked very close to home
Caesars’ ageing digital video recording equipment risked running foul of court and police requirements, and cost tens of thousands annually, so it switched to Pivot3 hyper-converged infrastructure
Dutch government IT projects are costing much more money and taking far longer than expected
The Google Cloud ecosystem continues to expand, as Google improves its relationships with third-party vendors and tries to translate its technology to traditional IT shops.
Imanis improves its machine learning-powered ransomware detection, introduces disaster recovery for Hadoop and unveils its new Recovery Sandbox feature.
Travel firm Holiday Extras has introduced machine learning and artificial intelligence into its smartphone app to give users a more personalised experience
Ctera cloud storage gateway appliance portfolio expands with new all-SSD and all-HDD models that enable customers to run multiple applications on the same box.
Cloud evaluation requires planning and cost analysis. With available technology and managed service providers, IT can reduce long-term expenditures and management headaches.
Although average broadband speeds in the UK have improved in the past year, other countries are moving faster, according to new data from comparison site Cable.co.uk
Industry analysts and experts have called the wisdom of the A$1bn IBM IT deal into question, with one claiming that the federal government should have used a range of suppliers instead
Emergency responders in the city-state could be able to react more quickly in future with the help of the world’s first mixed-lingual speech recognition engine, to be developed at a new artificial intelligence speech lab
Attorney general Jeremy Wright becomes DCMS secretary as Matt Hancock moves to the Department for Health and Social Care where he takes over as health secretary
More than a year and a half after it acquired Hammer the decision has been made by Exertis to re-brand an operation to focus on the enterprise market
The channel player has issued a trading update indicating that its Q4 is ending even more strongly than it had expected
Owners of the space satellite communications hub in Cornwall are drawing on the site’s network links to court colocation clients
The National Infrastructure Commission has called for a national broadband plan to support full-fibre roll-out
Researchers found that 100% of corporate networks tested in 2017 were vulnerable to insider attacks, with Wi-Fi networks and employees among the top areas of weakness
IBM FlashSystem 9100 scales to 32 PB of all-flash storage in a standard rack. IBM guarantees consistent latency of 350 microseconds and 100 million IOPS per four-way cluster.
Carrenza parent Six Degrees hails potential for tighter public sector collaboration with Crown Hosting Services through Ark Data Centres deal
Garry Kasparov, a former world chess champion, tells Tableau’s European conference that artificial intelligence is a positive force that will stoke, not choke, human creativity
Several European-based tech companies are on the way to competing with major US and Chinese counterparts, although the UK is falling behind in this race
Partners HealthCare needed storage that was secure, compliant with health regs and readily accessible to researchers. Read why it took a cloud-storage-as-a-service approach.
OpenText's makeover of EIM platform reflects reality that few companies are fully cloud or fully on premises anymore; SaaS, microservices bridge CMS gaps between the two.
Researchers found the spread of Plead malware was aided by the use of stolen digital certificates, making the software appear legitimate and hiding the true nature of the attacks.
Microsoft resolved three public disclosures and updated its Spectre and Meltdown advisory this July Patch Tuesday. In total, Microsoft addressed about 54 vulnerabilities.
Time is running out for the UK and EU to agree on a future security relationship and if negotiators fail to find common ground, all stakeholders stand to lose, warns a Lords’ committee
The full cost of “mega breaches” can be up to £264m, with the average UK data breach costing £2.69m, a study has revealed
Large enterprises such as DBS Bank have been shaking up their software development practices to fend off disruption from more nimble rivals
Facebook could face the maximum fine provided by the UK’s previous data protection laws for lack of transparency and security issues relating to the harvesting of data, the UK’s privacy watchdog has revealed
London’s financial technology community warns of problems ahead as the reality of the UK leaving the EU unfolds
Three-quarters of UK companies say their cyber protection is above average, and nearly half think they are a “top performer” despite the growth in data breaches
The comms firm has been getting its channel ready for the next wave of innovation
Swedish authorities are working with the private sector to develop geo-fencing technology to protect cities from vehicle-related terrorist attacks
White-hat hackers are finding more vulnerabilities than ever before, with crowdsourced security testing continuing to gain popularity, a report reveals
Object storage maker adds file-sync-and-share with compliance filters from Storage Made Easy to restrict movement of potentially sensitive data between endpoints and datacentres
Security vendor stepping up support for partners as it sets out an ambition to replicate SME efforts in the mid-market space
This year’s Startup Village in Moscow was attended by more international companies and investors than ever before
Self-service DevOps automation appeals to enterprises that must push out new code as they adapt to changing requirements.
Datrium approaches HCI in a nontraditional way, but its DVX architecture combines compute and storage while pumping up its data protection capabilities.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and vendor SecureLogix are making 'rapid progress' in developing a TDoS attack defense. The technology is expected in the coming months.
At the MIT Sloan CIO Symposium, consultant Cathy Horst Forsyth explains which factors make for a successful digital transformation process and what slows companies down.
Challenges await companies as they move content and microservices app-enabled processes to the cloud. Chief among them are data security and apprehension about process complexity.
NSA exploit tools have already been used in high-profile malware. And now, GandCrab ransomware v4 has added the NSA's SMB exploit in order to spread faster.
The two bigwigs will develop industrial internet of things offerings for China’s manufacturing industries that are being digitised through various state-led initiatives
Scale-out software-defined storage supplier reaches agreement with Veeam for backup software to build clusters of nodes with flash, cloud and block, file and object storage access
The sprawling archipelago of more than 260 million people is becoming a hotbed for adoption of artificial intelligence, led by digital native companies such as Go-Jek and Kaskus
The channel player has issued a Q2 trading update that refers to growth, momentum and the prospects for the second half of the year
Capgemini survey finds 55% of people prefer a mix of AI and humans when they interact with organisations
Cyber attackers are cashing in on organisations’ lack of visibility into all online interactions that can involve multiple third parties, a report reveals
Each year, Computer Weekly asks the technology industry to nominate who it thinks are the most influential women in UK tech. Here is the longlist of nominees for 2018
IHS Markit's research into the investment priorities of enterprise datacentre operators suggests cloud is fuelling infrastructure upgrade projects
Broadcom buys into the enterprise software infrastructure arena, announcing $19bn acquisition of CA Technologies
The distributor has made a change at the top as it looks for more growth with an industry veteran getting a chance to make a mark on the channel player
PAC hearing reveals several issues with getting the Customs Declaration Service ready on time, including that traders probably won’t have enough time to get their systems compatible and compliant with the new IT system
Although the government’s Brexit whitepaper focuses on curbing immigration, collaboration on cyber crime, data sharing and services are among the bargaining chips
Young women are put off of technology careers because they don’t perceive them to be exciting, according to research
UNH-IOL updated its IPv6 testing program to comply with newly released regulations for network devices procured by government agencies, adding SDN and IoT support along the way.
Corporate IT spending shows companies are revamping data center architectures in preparation for a multi-cloud future.
Saudi Arabia's e-commerce sector is set to explode, and the IT sector in the country will see increased demand as a result
There's a long runway for tape, with hundreds of terabytes of storage capacity soon available on a single cartridge. Flash, disk, the cloud and tape will all be key for storage.
Broadcom has acquired CA Technologies in a move some believe is largely financially motivated, while others see an opportunity for the companies to integrate core offerings.
PC sales in the enterprise have increased as businesses roll out Windows 10 before Microsoft ends support for Windows 7
Cloud infrastructure is a growing target for cyber attackers because of available computing resources, as well as the repositories of valuable data, a report reveals
MyRepublic’s CIO shares how the company’s IT strategy has enabled the internet service provider to spread its wings into new markets
A presence in the US as well as Europe and Australia is one of the benefits that comes with the acquisition of AV player Stampede and the mobile accessories business will get a boost with Kondor
Ahead of the Inspire event the vendor has made it easier for those who are experts at Azure managed services to stand out from the crowd
HMRC’s annual report and accounts show transformation savings are slightly lower than planned as Brexit work means other projects are put on hold, but it’s making significant savings from smaller and more agile IT contracts
Virtus Data Centres is adding three more data halls to its colocation facility in Slough, as well as carrying out a power upgrade at the site
With demand high for blockchain development expertise, IBM has delivered a new blockchain-as-a-service offering that helps developers learn the basics of the database ledger.
News roundup: The Ticketmaster breach was part of a massive digital credit card-skimming campaign. Plus, the U.K. fined Facebook over the Cambridge Analytica scandal, and more.
When Blackberry introduced mobile email, it made everyone permanently connected to work. Now, Microsoft wants to curb this
Organizations are deploying the Workplace by Facebook app to build community among large and geographically diverse workforces. In that sense, the platform is more like an intranet than a team collaboration platform.
Most specialty medicine needs preauthorization for insurance coverage and it's a headache for providers and staff. ZappRX hopes to solve the problem with a web-based app.
MSP market M&A: Evergreen Services Group is acquiring SMB service providers that generate most of their business via monthly recurring revenue; more news from the week.
Researchers discovered two new Spectre variants that can be used to bypass protections and attack systems and earned $100,000 in bug bounties from Intel.
Endpoint security was the primary draw for OpenText's Guidance Software acquisition. But plans to improve e-discovery and data forensics with Magellan AI are part of the roadmap.
A grand jury for special counsel Robert Mueller's election-interference investigation indicted 12 Russian intelligence officers for crimes related to the DNC and DCCC hacks.
In an effort to mitigate the risk of Spectre attacks, Google Chrome site isolation has been enabled for 99% of browser users to minimize the data that could be gleaned by an attacker.
The new Microsoft Teams free version takes advantage of Microsoft's online Office suite to lure customers that might be considering competing products from Cisco and Slack.