Middle East CIOs are planning to roll out intelligent automation technologies such as artificial intelligence and humanoid robotics
There is plenty that could be done in the summer weeks when business is traditionally that bit slower
The Chinese cloud supplier’s second availability zone and upcoming DDoS scrubbing centre in Malaysia comes on the heels of growing investments in the Southeast Asian nation
A computer virus at an iPhone chip manufacturing plant could delay shipments of Apple’s latest smartphones, but the impact will be limited, say analysts
More than half of UK consumers will exercise their General Data Protection Regulation rights within a year and almost two-thirds will retract or review data use because of the Facebook-Cambridge Analytica scandal, a study shows
Investment will help Centrica provide a fully managed electric vehicle charging service for businesses
Department for Transport’s SME action plan promises to increase its spend with small and medium-sized enterprises to 33% by the end of this parliament
The majority of employers in the UK believe they will be facing a shortage of skilled technology professionals in the next year
Activewear brand has partnered with e-commerce firm Tryzens to launch a responsive site that is better suited to its increasingly digital customers
The Digital Scotland Superfast Broadband roll-out is targeting 25,000 additional homes and businesses in the Highlands and Islands region
Mobile banking Trojans topped the list of cyber threats in the second quarter of the year, according to research by Kaspersky Lab
The cryptominer Coinhive malware has infected tens of thousands of MikroTik routers around the world, as malicious actors take advantage of poor patching habits by users.
Challenger bank enables companies outside the financial sector to offer their customers savings and current accounts via the bank’s APIs
Mainframe automation tools are nascent, and many mainframe experts are reluctant to embrace DevOps. But large enterprises must address legacy platforms to realize app delivery goals.
Light on new functions, Nakivo's new update focuses on playing nicely with others, adding software support for VMware vSphere 6.7, Netgear ReadyNAS and Dell EMC Data Domain Boost.
SAP focuses on manufacturing and professional services with the new features it's adding to S/4HANA Cloud. The enhancements are a continuation of what SAP calls 'intelligent ERP.'
Quest strips the data deduplication software out of DR appliances, launching it as the independent QoreStor application, which supports any vendor's backup hardware.
Researchers discovered a wave of BGP hijacking attacks aimed at DNS servers related to payment-processing systems in an apparent effort to steal money from unsuspecting users.
The unicorn’s microservices-based application architecture on the cloud has been key in supporting its growth in Indonesia – and now Southeast Asia
A quarter of UK workers are worried their jobs will disappear because of automation and a third expect the technology to change their jobs for the worse
Cyber attackers specialising in industrial control systems are fast, efficient and able to move between IT and OT environments, a study has revealed
Cisco gets $400m from rival, but experts say it still has some way to go to build a cloud networking strategy as complete as Arista’s
There is a worldwide lack of Dmarc email validation to defend against fraud and phishing attacks, putting organisations and customers at risk, a study shows
The print management specialist has capped off five decent years of growth with an MBO
A report published by Inmarsat appears to suggest that airlines which make on-board Wi-Fi more easily available are seeing more loyal customers as a result
The hype around artificial intelligence may be putting businesses at risk, according to a study that found most IT decision-makers believe AI is the answer to all cyber security challenges
Print vendor extends reseller numbers able to deliver its pay-as-you-go ink replenishment service
Coffee giant Starbucks has joined a group of firms advising Intercontinental Exchange on the development of a digital assets platform
The unified comms specialist is looking to expand the business further after getting more backing from Lloyds
The Uptime Institute’s eighth annual datacentre survey reveals operators across the world are suffering more outages, as the complexity of the environments they manage continues to grow
Smart lighting, intelligent speakers and screen-mirroring are among the technologies that are moving from the home into the office – and all have an impact on IT
A science centre in Wales will be given £3m to develop a Stem hub, which will reach more diverse audiences for its delivery of science and technology teaching content
Retailer is using Powered by Doddle on its in-store devices to allow returns of online items, as well as the use of click-and-collect services
A storage vendor that bills itself as a software company is baking AI management into its all-flash arrays. Read why IT execs like Dan King sees the innovation as a game changer.
Sanmina-owned Newisys is known as a white-label server OEM to array vendors. The NSS-2560 NVMe flash provides storage density with hot-pluggable SSDs and Intel Broadwell servers.
At Ramp 2018, marketing technology vendor InsightSquared unveiled new software modules for gauging the effectiveness of marketing and sales efforts.
The Australian government is forming a cyber defence network comprising security agencies and private sector partners to support a more interventionist approach towards cyber security
The Nordic region accounted for three of the 10 biggest financial technology deals in the first half of 2018
The healthcare industry needs to approach technological innovation in a different way if it is to maximise the benefits for staff and patients
Cyber security professionals who alternate between criminal and legitimate activities or move full-time into cyber criminal activity are more common in the UK than other countries, a report reveals
There seems to be a gap between the vendor ambitions to make everything simple and what is happening on the ground
Researchers are warning of vulnerabilities in WhatsApp that allow threat actors to intercept and manipulate messages sent in a group chat
Government tech adviser Liam Maxwell is understood to be leaving government for a role at Amazon Web Services
The colocation provider continues to scale-back its datacentre footprint in London, with the news it has exited its much-hyped facility in the former Olympic Park in Stratford
The firm has indicated in its Q4 results that further steps will be taken to bed in the acquired Brocade's data centre business
Western Digital delivers OpenFlex architecture, an ambitious attempt to foster open standards for composable compute, network and storage as an alternative to hyper-convergence.
Finance firms appear to be struggling to release new software quickly, a study from Contino has found
As the government prepares to close its consultation on extending the IR35 reforms to the private sector, IPSE airs concerns over the economic impact the move could have, as talk of a "no deal" Brexit for the UK continues
Confluent Platform updates seek to bring data streaming with Apache Kafka to a wider audience. A new GUI and user-defined functions are part of the 5.0 release.
Oracle's vice president of integration, Vikas Anand, explains how SaaS app silos occur, drivers for API integration adoption and how DevOps can avoid integration project obstacles.
The Arista-Cisco agreement includes Arista paying $400 million to end their patent infringement dispute. The companies also agreed to a lawsuit moratorium on existing products.
Companies unhappy with iWAN on ISR can switch to Cisco Viptela. The networking company has integrated the Viptela SD-WAN with IOS XE, the ISR network operating system.
Impending NAND flash oversupply will lead to price collapse of NAND flash chips and higher capacity enterprise SSDs, according to semiconductor analyst Jim Handy.
VC dollars continue to flow to recruiting platforms, all of which approach the hiring problem in different ways. Their methods illustrate the difficulty of finding candidates.
In her Black Hat 2018 keynote, Google's Parisa Tabriz celebrated the unrecognized, long-term work that can cause real change in security and challenge the status quo.
Incomplete visibility of IT environments is among the most common basic enterprise security failings, as most organisations are still failing to achieve basic cyber security hygiene, a survey reveals
The government and the rail industry have developed a joint action plan to remove barriers to better data use by improving access to data, developing better standards, increasing skills and encouraging collaboration
The world has not seen the last of industrial control system (ICS) attacks like Triton, researchers have warned
Smart cities are an attractive target for cyber attackers because of the growing number of connected systems embedded throughout their infrastructure
Nutanix drops ‘one-size-fits-all’ programme and rewards partner investment over revenue targets
The UK has slightly more chief data officers than the global average, which helps drive strategic initiatives – but security is still seen as a major hurdle
The Japanese based firm hopes that by bringing its various operations under one roof it can pitch harder for digital transformation business
As the private sector consultation on IR35 draws to a close, a former HM Revenue & Customs inspector calls into further question the suitability of the government's online tool for assessing contractors’ tax status
The UK’s privacy watchdog has fined a marketing company for illegally collecting and selling personal information for political campaigning
Less than half of organisations base their cyber defences on strategic vulnerability assessments, and a third of these do the bare minimum to meet compliance requirements, a study shows
WhatsApp business messaging is the latest social channel to enter the contact center, coming on the heels of Apple's beta release of the consumer-to-business iOS messaging service Apple Business Chat.
Education secretary Damian Hinds has called upon large technology firms to use tech to tackle some of the biggest issues in schools
Juniper Networks has released an acceleration card for its SRX5000 line of firewalls. The SPC3 card readies the product for IoT, 5G and multi-cloud applications.
During a panel discussion at Black Hat 2018 on Meltdown and Spectre, Google explained how miscommunication left the company's incident response out of the early disclosure process.
Oracle launched a transaction processing version of Autonomous Database, a cloud-based platform that automates configuration and management of Oracle databases.
A new tool from Espresa could help improve employee engagement. Reach remote workers with a new version of StaffConnect. And Fitbit looks at health coaching.
At Black Hat 2018, security researcher Carsten Schuermann unveiled the results of a forensic analysis of eight WinVote voting machines that had been used in Virginia elections.
A feature revealed in the Windows Insider programme may appear in a future Windows 10 update for enterprises
Summer holidays might be in full swing but that does not stop the channel appointments coming thick and fast
NCR has patched ATM vulnerabilities discovered by Positive Technologies
The German firm is looking to reassert itself in the UK and the acquisition of OCSL provides it with a hub to push further into the market
Scotland has the potential to create a competitive advantage in the global economy through digital technologies, and could even become a cloud datacentre hub, according to Atos
Holiday camp chain blames cyber breach on a phishing attack, implying that attackers were able to steal user credentials to access customer data – and underlining the need for security awareness training
CrowdStrike has added categories to its partner program, including MSSP partners and platform partners that build apps using data from CrowdStrike Falcon; more news from the week.
Dell EMC take collaborative approach to channel enterprise sales with new programme
With data breaches threatening the bottom line, CISO-board partnership is crucial. A new report by Kudelski Security looks at how to improve security communication with the board.
Mimecast continues to widen its cyber security capability through in-house development and strategic acquisition, as well as extend its core email security technologies to all other areas it applies
IBM looks to grab high-end hardware market share from archrival Intel with the introduction of two Power9 servers that offer greater uptime and reduced maintenance costs.
Microsoft has introduced new updates to its Dynamics 365 CRM platform, including AI-driven business intelligence tools for sales, marketing and service.
AIOps tools offer fresh insights into the root cause of IT incidents, triangulating between application outages, code changes and infrastructure issues.
Not many people buy things using Amazon's Alexa-enabled devices, a new report contends. What does that say about voice commerce and how the enterprise uses voice computing technology?
News roundup: New WhatsApp vulnerabilities enabled hackers to alter messages sent in the app. Plus, the PGA was hit with a ransomware attack, and more.
PortSwigger's James Kettle doesn't believe web cache poisoning is theoretical and to prove it, he demonstrated several attacks on major websites and platforms at Black Hat 2018.
The latest Avaya earnings report shows the company is increasing cloud sales and hitting revenue targets, even as it continues to operate at a loss.
The Meltdown and Spectre research teams won big at the Pwnie Awards this year at Black Hat, while the late-entry Bitfi Wallet team overwhelmingly won for Lamest Vendor Response.
Arista Networks and VMware are focusing on Wi-Fi to bolster products for the wireless LAN. Wi-Fi vendor Mist is strengthening VMware's NSX SD-WAN and Arista has acquired Mojo.