The New Year’s Honours list 2019 features accolades for leading women in IT and data, as well as other specialists in data
Vulnerable dating apps on BYODs pose risks to more than just individual users. Find out what security flaws are common in these apps and what they mean for enterprises.
Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping outlines the firm’s priorities to optimise its product portfolio, empower employees and build a more resilient business structure
Subpostmasters’ campaign group attacks Post Office CEO Paula Vennells’ New Year honour amid ongoing court case
Suppliers have until the end of January 2019 to sign up to the new government network services purchasing framework
The battle to get trained staff is going to get tougher as more emerging technologies go mainstream
More traditional Nordic businesses are fuelling the region's digital transformation, finds report
Robotics startup Starship Technologies and charity Guide Dogs are collaborating on a series of tests exploring how service animals interact with robots
Kaspersky Lab report highlights gender equality in the technology industry and child education about digital security
DevOps security tools are on the market, and IT pros are acutely aware of the need to update their practices. But alignment with business teams hasn't gotten any easier.
Brighton and Hove City Council has already moved its co-location servers onto Nutanix nodes. It is now looking at moving its primary Hove datacentre
Malware hit the Tribune Publishing Company and disrupted the publication of several major newspapers, but the nature of the attack and threat actors remain unclear.
No billion-dollar blockbusters in 2018 storage M&A activity as vendors stayed away from big deals and concentrated on filling gaps in their flash, cloud and backup portfolios.
When remote automotive diagnostics provider AsTech grew too big for its on-premises data center, it turned to colocation with Flexential for backup and disaster recovery.
A senior Microsoft Asia executive talks up the company’s cloud momentum in the region, how it stands out from the pack, and its priorities in the new year
New £450m framework will “shake up” primary care IT by getting rid of old systems, using new standards and exploring moving patient data to the cloud, says health secretary
The head of cyber security firm Fortinet has been named as a discussion leader at the upcoming World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland
Cloud service player gets millions in investment and moves to add financial sector consultant netConsult
Acquisitions could be on the cards after Vector indicates it has growth plans for the business
A year ago, the world came to realise how a side-loading attack could compromise a microprocessor. Intel has been working hard to make fixes easier
There needs to be greater understanding between lawmakers and technologists to ensure regulations do not have unintended consequences, says a US computer security researcher and bug bounty pioneer
The nonprofit Detroit Symphony Orchestra refreshed its data infrastructure with a three-node Scale Computing HC3 hyper-converged storage cluster to manage 10 TB of data.
Jonathan Rosenberg is now CTO and head of AI for the cloud contact center vendor Five9. Rosenberg was previously a top executive in Cisco's collaboration division.
Find out how the acquisition of online-only wine retailer Naked Wines in 2015 has shaped the digital transformation plans of its parent company Majestic Wine
Our IT Priorities Survey shows that close to 70% of companies are pursuing digital transformation. Learn what metrics they're targeting and how they're spending 2019 IT budgets.
Companies in Australia and New Zealand are embracing public cloud, but many still prefer a hybrid IT setup
The warnings have been sounded before but this year with demand for digital transformation and greater system integration those not delivering services will find life difficult
There are plenty of areas that should excite the channel as the year kicks off
A wide-ranging push by the Norwegian government’s tax collection agency to clamp down on cryptocurrency miners has incurred the wrath of a company planning to build the world’s biggest datacentre
Bank seeks executive to take on blockchain role, with responsibility for creating technology to solve business challenges
Security researchers have uncovered a new way in which phishing attacks are evading detection.
Hacked data includes contacts’ email addresses, private chats, mobile numbers, photographs and credit card details, which were published on Twitter
The personal information of more than a billion people was compromised in 2018 as companies holding the data failed to keep it safe
The increasing complexity of supply chains and interconnectivity of IT systems means the attack surface is widening and security has to evolve accordingly, warns British computer scientist
News roundup: Data Resolution claimed the Ryuk ransomware attack on its systems originated from North Korea. Plus, the EU is set to launch 14 open source bug bounties, and more.
Insight Enterprises has created an infrastructure as code offering that the company said will help customers avoid creating a cloud operating environment from scratch.
The free federal program E-Verify is inoperable, thanks to the government shutdown. HR departments that rely on the work eligibility service will have to revert to manual processes.
The Amazon contact center, Amazon Connect, now supports real-time voice streaming, a feature that opens the door to several emerging applications of AI.
AWS wants to become more of a business adviser to its customers and plans to provide more options, thanks, in part, to an app suite currently in use by its in-house employees.
Hype will likely drown out the progress the mobile 5G industry is expected to make this year in preparing for augmented reality applications and other unique services in 2020.