Alibaba Cloud will equip small and medium-sized enterprises with cloud computing and other technology skills through a partnership with Singapore Management University
A new accelerator programme, which balances business and wellness, takes seven startups into its first cohort
Cyber criminals used a range of techniques, as well as malware, malicious emails and calls, in attempts to access confidential financial data belonging to students, in massive uptick in attacks in the past year
PostFinance opts for Cloudian object storage as it migrates 100 million files away from NetApp and builds S3-compatible archives for Hadoop and Apache Spark
After a decent 2018 things should go well again this year, depending on Brexit, for distribution
An analysis of the G-Cloud and Digital Outcomes and Specialists (DOS) framework sales figures suggests proportion of cloud hosting deals going to big suppliers is continuing to rise
Another seven days and as usual there have been some moves made by those channel firms looking for a change in talent to drive growth
The journey to Google bank is happening as the UK 's Lloyds Bank signals its intent to move to a platform inspired by the workings of the Google engine room
WANdisco slips patented blockchain DConE technology into LiveData for MultiCloud, promising to deliver LAN-like speeds across clouds to improve disaster recovery.
Oracle struggles in IaaS against AWS and Azure, but one Oracle cloud customer said its move there is a success, albeit within an overall multi-cloud strategy.
Software development tools startup Kite applies machine learning models to help developers automate the process of completing lines of code in real time.
The big cloud providers need the channel to help widen sales but Canalys has warned they must generate more trust in those relationships
Alphabet – the conglomerate that includes Google and the search giant’s cloud business – grew revenue 23% in 2018, and stoked up R&D investment
The city of Cambridge will use Telensa IoT sensors and a Microsoft Azure platform to better manage its urban data assets
Curo Financial thought storage was slowing down its websites, but found virtual machine and network issues were to blame. To fix this, it’s going proactive on storage performance issues
Firm identifies marketing challenge faced by many MSPs and moves to help plug the gap
Maxta tried to carve a niche in hyper-converged infrastructure with MxSP software for industry-standard x86 servers -- the business model HCI pioneer Nutanix shifted to in 2018.
Dell EMC backup appliances get a software update that improves speed and expands public cloud support, showing a conscious push for multi-cloud and midsize customers.
The Isle of Man continues to promote itself as an international hub for technology startups, and is now taking a much keener interest in blockchain
Newcomer Carbon Relay has introduced two products that use artificial intelligence to help IT pros manage data center efficiency.
Retailer Marks & Spencer has announced it will be adding battery charging banks to its stores as part of startup partnership
Coalition of campaigning groups wins the right to challenge the UK’s use of bulk surveillance powers, which allows suspicionless surveillance of the population and sharing of intercepted data with overseas intelligence agencies, in European Court of Human Rights
Telegraph Media Group CIO Chris Taylor on why the newspaper publisher is switching out AWS to go all-in on the Google Cloud Platform
The UK tech sector has urged the government to publish policy to support the creation of a “fully functioning” digital identity market, to boost the digital economy
UK businesses cut their investment in IT and business process outsourcing last year because of confusion over Brexit, but there was a 68% rise in public sector spending
It might sound like a buzzword but Zero Trust is a security issue that should be a door opener for many in the channel
The financial performance of the big cloud giants during the last quarter of 2018 prompts market watcher Synergy Research Group to declare it a "banner year" for the market
MLL Telecom will work with CityFibre to extend Suffolk County Council’s existing WAN to 600 sites and offer them ultrafast connectivity services
‘Complex and ageing IT’ is causing issues for several NHS screening programmes, according to the National Audit Office
Fifty residents of Papworth, Cambridgeshire, are trialling an 8Gbps FTTP broadband service using existing fibre infrastructure
Research has shown that most MSPs have no problem gaining new customers the problem is keeping them
Huawei’s Ryan Ding tells the British government that the company has never, and will never, use its technology to assist the Chinese intelligence services
The new Commvault boss says it's time for well-funded data management upstarts to 'take the training wheels off' if they want to compete in the enterprise.
The Department for Transport has issued guidance on trial safety and transparency for self-driving cars, and is sticking by its pledge to have self-driving cars on Britain’s roads in the next two years
The US Department of Defense has fleshed out its cloud strategy, as the industry awaits news of who has secured the decade-long contract for its $10bn mega-cloud environment
Logitech has released its first advanced meeting room controller, Logitech Tap. The touchscreen device works with web conferring apps from Microsoft, Google and Zoom.
President Trump, a critic of the H-1B visa program, has implemented a rule change that will reduce the visa filing cost for employers. But it may also make visa holders more expensive.
Google Cloud Platform has scored one against rival AWS with The Telegraph's plan to switch providers to prep the British newspaper for continued success in digital publishing.
The third generation of appliances from Arcserve combines backup workloads with disaster recovery with the ability to spin up copies directly on an appliance or to the cloud.
Microsoft is pursing partnerships with an expanded range of channel companies across a set of initiatives such as Microsoft co-selling and Microsoft Azure Expert MSPs.
Although some types of two-factor authentication have been found to be vulnerable, Google's Mark Risher says 2FA adoption should be the baseline of security for all enterprises.
Google's head of account security, Mark Risher, discusses the various types of 2FA and how new options of WebAuthn and U2F are going to be game changers for enterprise.
Australia’s privacy watchdog recorded over 800 cases of data breaches, nearly one year into the country’s mandatory data breach notification regime
The IT services arm of Deutsche Telekom has culled the number of datacentres it operates from 89 to 13, but claims to have seen its compute capacity increase by 25%
Tech Nation hopes the accelerator programme will boost the UK's digital security sector
The vendor has revealed that the channel is within touching distance of hitting $50bn in revenues and it is now looking for a larger goal
All four UK operators have said they have no plans to reintroduce roaming charges, but EE, O2 and Vodafone have not committed themselves not to do so
The vendor has revealed that it is making it easier for authorised partners to move up into its tiered programme
The Nordic region could pioneer the commercial use of 5G, with Finland and Sweden hotbeds for the technology
Aruba discovers medium sized firms are under pressure to digitally transform their business
Accenture is calling it a post-digital era, one where businesses are already looking beyond digitisation to capitalise on new tech-driven opportunities
During a London data science popup meeting, Computer Weekly caught up with MoneySuperMarket.com’s analytics head, Harvinder Atwal
Podcast: Dell EMC technologists discuss their 2019 expectations for the growth of storage class memory, NVMe-oF, multi-cloud, container and smart storage technologies.
An already heated struggle between DevOps monitoring vendors becomes an all-out rumble, as New Relic acquires SignifAI and ups the AIOps ante for rivals.
Reinvesting in SOCs and crafting clear risk appetite statements made the list of Gartner's top security and risk management trends. Experts sound off on what's driving these trends.
A CBI report has warned that Brexit is “sucking the oxygen” out of digital priorities such as full-fibre broadband roll-out and 5G mobile network deployment
The NHS in England is working with external organisations in new pilots to test its secure online login system for healthcare
Lloyds Bank customers can now see current accounts from multiple banks through their mobile banking app
It has been a theme in the vendor's channel for the past 18 months but the importance of growing SME market share is something the firm has flagged with investors
Samsung's new embedded Universal Flash Storage brings 1 TB of potential problems for IT.
Kaseya's acquisition strategy for its IT Complete platform remains a work in progress, with security, endpoint management and more on its 2019 shopping list.
The Department of Defense awards a $2.4 million contract to Twosense.AI in order to create a behavioral biometrics system that can replace the current ID card system.
8x8 X Series has new APIs for embedding communications into third-party apps. Meanwhile, the vendor said it could now deliver speech analytics to larger contact centers through the public cloud.
The first phase of integration between the Cisco Viptela SD-WAN and DNA Center is aimed at providing WAN access from branch offices.
Parenting advice site Mumsnet moves to clear up reports that thousands of users have been affected by its recent data breach
Following Barracuda Networks' purchase of Avast Managed Workplace, an RMM-free Avast plans to build out its SMB security portfolio; other news from the week.
Trustwave publicly identified a flaw in several legacy Lifesize video products this week, after the vendor initially indicated it had no immediate plans for a patch.
To federate or not to federate cloud-native apps? As Kubernetes becomes ubiquitous, that is the question that more IT shops must answer.
Check Point Research explains why SpeakUp, the new Trojan targeting Linux servers, has the potential to unleash more harm and offers pointers on how to defend against such malware.
Google Cloud Platform's Asylo open source project could one day boost confidential computing efforts, but for now it mainly serves to boost Google's security bona fides.
New bug fix releases for both iOS and macOS include the anticipated FaceTime patch for the serious eavesdropping flaw in group chats as well as fixes for two iOS zero-days.
Ultimate Software's employees own stock that's now worth $331 a share, thanks to a private equity sale. Will this money prompt some to leave?