The value of fraudulent transactions more than doubled that of legitimate purchases during the third quarter this year
Edge computing, data management and microservices will play a bigger role in the Asia-Pacific region in 2019 as enterprises reshape their technology architectures to become ‘digitally determined’ organisations
Flash storage pioneer makes a big deal of its object storage architecture as it launches Pure capacity in the AWS cloud, plus replication to the cloud for on-premise hardware
Standard Life Aberdeen, created in August 2017 when two of Scotland’s largest financial services companies merged, is transferring 3,000 former Standard Life staff to Aberdeen Asset Management’s Workday HR system as it integrates the two businesses
Another busy few days in the channel with movement across all levels as firms get some fresh talent in while there is still some time to make a dent in Q4
Having spent three years overseeing Google Cloud's push to become a credible enterprise cloud provider, Diane Greene is leaving the firm in January 2019 to focus on her philanthropic work
The government lacks political leadership and urgency in dealing with cyber threats, according to Joint Committee on National Security Strategy, calling for a minister in charge of delivering cyber resilience
Multifactor authentication aims to protect users’ security, but many woke up this morning to find they could no longer access Microsoft 365
The October 2018 price hike for Microsoft Office 2019 will badly affect local governments, leading Socitm to urge Microsoft to reconsider
Resellers that support the retail sector will be keeping a keen eye on how their customers react to the huge amounts of data that will be generated this coming weekend
Norwegian bank hires chief data officer to lead its data-driven transformation
Zendesk moves on from focusing solely on customer service by adding analytics, sales force automation and CRM capabilities, while also providing third-party integrations on AWS.
Because disaster recovery planning and testing were too complicated, a health provider turned to Zerto virtual replication to speed up the process without increasing costs.
Druva automates its disaster recovery for AWS workloads through its recent addition of CloudRanger. Updates to the product also include compliance-specific features.
Quantum Mobile Storage is designed to capture vehicle data from self-driving cars and easily offload it to a Quantum StorNext appliance. It's built to handle harsh, mobile environments.
Top Asian carrier Singapore Airlines has been building a digital foundation to fend off potential disruption, but it is not just the IT team that is leading the charge
Secretary of state for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Jeremy Wright, announces make up of Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation board at ODI Summit
The datacentre service provider has opened its latest facility in Australia and has acquired land for a sixth one in a market teeming with demand from massive-scale cloud suppliers
Xaverian College suffered a server room fire but took the opportunity to build a hyper-converged infrastructure with Scale Computing that did away with costly VMware licence fees
RingCentral CEO declares on-premise UC technology “dead” with customers forcing partners’ hands on cloud
Cohesity-sponsored survey finds most organisations store multiple copies of secondary data and worry about the cost and the effect on their competitiveness
Lawyers will challenge the Metropolitan Police Service today to confirm or deny whether it holds correspondence with US law enforcement about three WikiLeaks staff – including two UK citizens – in a freedom of information tribunal
Public sector IT group hits out at price rises and has some criticism of the role of resellers in communicating it
The diagnostics Microsoft Office collects from users should be a source of concern for any government CISO, according to a DPIA audit
Digital transformation is changing the SME customer base according to Ricoh and CIOs are struggling with it finds InterSystems
FSLogix can help Microsoft solve problems that have plagued the integration of Office 365 and virtual desktops, and it will immediately benefit the new Windows Virtual Desktop.
A new set of time-series Kubernetes infrastructure monitoring and APM tools in version 6.5 of Elastic Stack take their place among many choices for IT pros.
Amazon unveils new settings to help users avoid S3 data leaks, but UpGuard's Chris Vickery, who uncovered most AWS exposures, is doubtful the changes will end the problem.
Researchers at Recorded Future identified the individual behind the notorious Tessa88 hacker handle, but it's unclear what role he played in the LinkedIn and Myspace breaches.
Lincolnshire Police is embracing cloud technologies within its control room environment as it strives to improve the efficiency of its operations
NetApp records healthy year-on-year revenue increase with flash showing out well, while Pure Storage sees incredible earnings for its flash products over 12 months
The UK public want the NHS to focus spending on cancer care, staff and mental health, and rank digital access to services lowest on their list of priorities
Dell and Intel wanted a better picture of what's happening in the mid and enterprise market in terms of digital transformation and the findings indicate there are opportunities for resellers to support customers
Post Office director admits to Horizon errors and not sharing details with subpostmaster network
The tech industry body’s ‘Manifesto for Matt’ calls on the health secretary to focus on empowering citizens, enabling a world-class workforce and making the UK the number one place for health tech innovation
Data from Synergy Research Group shows another huge rise in the capital expenditure of the hyperscale cloud giants, as they rush to expand their global datacentre presence
National electricity transmission grid operator Fingrid’s Datahub system will play key role in retail market’s transition to a centralised information exchange
In networking news, Cato Networks unveils an SD-WAN tool to detect network outages; SolarWinds spotlights DevOps features; and Kaloom gets $10 million.
Taking on more responsibilities is having a detrimental effect on digital transformation and customer experience initiatives
RSNA 2018 doesn't stray far from last year's themes, so conference-goers should expect to be inundated with all the ways that artificial intelligence and machine learning will modernize the medical imaging field.
Airline is taking legal action against the managed service provider tasked with overseeing the management of its datacentres during its outage in May 2017
Cisco is pushing BroadSoft service providers to sell into the midmarket and above, raising questions about the future of Cisco HCS.
Rep. Ro Khanna is on a mission to pass regulation that would shore up data privacy rights. But he's not looking to Europe's 'overprescriptive' approach for inspiration.
A close examination of sales flowing through distribution has led Context to conclude that the impact of Black Friday will be slight
Startups have been using the accelerator’s open data to develop fitness-related products in an effort to encourage people to be more active
Step one for CIOs charged with building an AI-enabled workplace is to keep up with what's happening in the field. Next is to help their IT teams develop the habit.
Researchers have developed AI-generated synthetic fingerprints -- known as DeepMasterPrints -- that can spoof biometric scanners and potentially be used to launch practical attacks.
With the Talari acquisition, Oracle's communications unit gets SD-WAN technology that improves VoIP reliability. But the Talari SD-WAN also lacks important enterprise features.
Panelists at Infosec North America advised those charged with third-party vendor management to perform due diligence and assess the innate risk vendors create for business processes.
Points International's storage revamp for Kubernetes includes Dell EMC servers running solid-state drives and a distributed file system from startup Quobyte.
An added AWS feature helps users ensure Amazon S3 storage buckets that contain sensitive information are kept from public view and not exposed to potential cybercrimes.
Smaller tech firms in the city state can look forward to a new capability development programme to help them build cloud-native applications
Networking vendor moves to purchase UK firm to add talent and technology on the service provider support side
A year-long ICO investigation has highlighted major problems with how the Metropolitan Police handles and shares the personal data of individuals on its Gangs Matrix
Managed service player reacts swiftly to take steps to get the firm back to growth
Tech industry network TLA has announced a campaign to encourage one million people into tech sector roles over the next five years
Swedish furniture brand IKEA will be cutting jobs and focusing on smaller stores and its digital pipeline in a bid to usher in a new era of business transformation
Colocation giants Equinix, Digital Realty and Next Generation Data open up about the multi-million pound commitments they are making to expanding their datacentre footprint in the UK
The CEO and COO at the channel player have started a fresh chapter in the history of the Cisco gold partner's story
Energy companies may end up spending billions unless they can install smart meters more cheaply
The government must begin to listen to small businesses and should delay the roll-out of its Making Tax Digital for VAT programme by at least a year, says the Lords Economic Affairs Committee
Chair of the new Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation says collaboration is vital for developing effective frameworks to manage the proliferation of AI and data-driven technologies
The German city of Hamburg is setting itself up as a potential hub for virtual reality startups
Online fashion retailer ASOS has launched an artificially intelligent assistant to help consumers find the right size of clothing before they place an order
Netgear has highlighted that although businesses understand the importance of offering decent wifi the vast majority are not in a position to do so
UK fails to make it into the top rankings in the European Commission’s eGovernment Benchmark report, which shows that across Europe, two-thirds of public sector services are now available online
Mobile network operator O2 is carrying out an investigative trial involving Massive MIMO technology in Kings Cross and Marble Arch, London to ascertain how best to ready its network for an uptick in 5G-induced data usage