Most ICO data breach reports late and incomplete prior to full GDPR implementation, FoI request data reveals, raising doubts about breach prevention, detection and response capabilities
The country’s telco regulator is taking a industry-wide look at security implications of 5G, preferring not to target any particular supplier
Water company United Utilities is looking for opportunities to automate processes through a central team and collaboration with business users
After research in partnership with Wise, Amazon has launched a number of initiatives to increase diversity in its UK business
A reported breach of Citrix, which has potentially exposed data at hundreds of thousands of customer organisations, has once again highlighted the need for an alternative to passwords and the importance of supply chain security
There have been a mixture of personnel changes across the channel in the past seven days
NatWest Bank is set to trial biometrics-based cards with 200 customers to verify contactless payment transactions over £30
During a wide-ranging Q&A session at this year's everywoman in tech forum, HMRC CDIO Jacky Wright set out why diversity matters when building government services, while worrying about workplace stereotypes is a waste of time
Heard at Wisdom 2.0: Former Google employee Tristan Harris believes big tech needs to confront its role in promoting digital addiction and get serious about digital wellness.
Google Empathy Lab's Danielle Krettek touted the next big thing in UI design at the Wisdom 2.0 event: tech that feels your pain or happiness -- or whatever.
Vendor will introduce technical community programme to EMEA and the US after running a successful pilot
Veritas announces acquisition of Aptare, in a move that will boost the backup giant’s analytics offer with inclusion of Aptare IT analytics in NetBackup and Backup Exec
Violin engineers all-flash storage systems for data centers that require ultrafast performance. The vendor also added ISE G4 arrays from X-IO for secondary storage.
A major system has been moved to Google Cloud Platform as part of a wider modernisation exercise
Data preparation isn't the sexiest topic, but it's critically important to IT and business users, according to a study by Dresner Advisory Services.
Nvidia acquires Mellanox for $6.9 billion, as competition increases for platforms that can handle AI and other data-intensive platforms.
Threat actors are exploiting encryption protocols to deliver malicious content, according to Zscaler, which found a 400% increase in SSL-based phishing threats last year.
With Datrium Forward, the software-defined storage startup looks to deliver a 'cloudy feel' to pricing for its DVX storage that spans on premises and in Amazon Web Services.
Data catalogs form a hub for managing enterprise data. New products focus on machine learning and AI add-ons that help automate aspects of data governance.
The investment will shore up Singapore’s supercomputing prowess to facilitate research collaboration, as well as address national and business challenges
Experts at a McKinsey event in Sydney called for Australian enterprises to automate while acknowledging the need to reskill workers whose jobs could be displaced
The web is celebrating its 30th anniversary, but can it remain true to its founder’s vision?
The Post Office considered Horizon a high operational risk in an internal review, a trial focused on alleged fallibilities in the system used in thousands of Post Office branches has heard
IBM Cloud provides Watson artificial intelligence and internet of things technologies to support carers looking after elderly and disabled people
Top business decision makers are more reckless than ever with company data, but the appetite for secure collaboration tools is growing, survey reveals
Openreach has begun to assess how and when it might be able to shut down its copper broadband network
The channel player has released its 2018 year results breaking new ground and indicating that there is more growth to come
Distributor delivers a strong set of results for 2018 with growth across all territories and products
SAS has run a proof of concept at building society Nationwide, using artificial intelligence and natural language processing to determine how to improve customer correspondence
Many firms are unaware that they are being targeted by cyber espionage and that data is being exfiltrated from their networks by overseas adversaries, a security firm warns
The NVM Express consortium finalized the specs for NVMe-over-TCP fabrics in November. Lightbits Labs' launch features software-defined storage, an appliance and an accelerator card.
The introduction of slower, burdensome systems brought about by the challenges of preparing for Brexit must not become the ‘new normal’, MPs warn
The Trump 2020 budget calls for ways to upgrade the consumer experience with RPA and user-friendly interfaces. But legacy systems continue to take the lion's share of IT funds.
Dell EMC updates on-premises ECS 3.3 object storage, formerly known as Elastic Cloud Storage, with new and improved capabilities in the areas of security, management and search.
Speaking at the Cloud Expo Europe 2019 conference in London, King's College London chief architect, Ian Johns, opened up about how his past experiences of digital disruption informed his view that it's best to embrace it than fight back
Organisations will spend 20-30% more as a result of admin overheads expected after the UK leaves the EU, but companies are unprepared and skills are in short supply, analysts say
SAP continues to lead the tier 1 ERP market, according to Panorama Consulting's Clash of the Titans 2019 report. But disruption is never far from sight, with Oracle and Microsoft trailing just behind and Infor continuing to make gains.
In this Q&A, Veeam co-founder Ratmir Timashev details how close the well-funded company is to making an acquisition, and what's to come for its products in a competitive market.
Salesforce's strategy for 2019 and beyond includes better data integration and more plans for MuleSoft, Customer 360 and Salesforce Essentials.
Apache Kafka and Apache Spark connectors ease use of the Aerospike NoSQL data store in high-speed applications such as analytics that are becoming more broadly supported.
The new AWS-backed Open Distro for Elasticsearch may constitute a fork of the popular distributed search and systems analytics engine. What it means for customers is yet to come.
F5 Networks plans to buy NGINX for $670 million. The F5-NGINX acquisition removes from the market a business founded on open source software used in 375 million websites.
In the next phase of cloud adoption, enterprises will need to manage multiple cloud environments, as well as data to scale up their use of artificial intelligence technology
Cyber attackers are moving away from ransomware to stealthier tactics, including banking Trojans and cryptojacking, an analysis of attack data reveals
In addition to the March Patch Tuesday updates, Microsoft's attempts at improving performance following Spectre variant 2 patches backfire for some users on Windows 10.
Almost half of UK organisations have been compromised in the past two years using phishing attacks, despite high levels of cyber awareness and training, research shows
Business groups are hoping that the government has made some progress on cracking down on those firms that are late paying reseller invoices
The cyber security player has delivered strong revenue growth for last year on the back of increasing demand from customers for help with GDPR
Startup in the Gulf region is applying digital technology to solve the inefficiencies in medical appointment booking processes
The TUI Group is using digital education programmes by Hyper Island to unify its geographically disparate leadership and drive change
Shetland Islands Council is to receive £1.91m of funding to expand full-fibre broadband expansion to NHS sites on remote islands through the government’s Local Full-Fibre Networks initiative
The Bank of England admits there is room for improvement when it comes to IT efficiency
OpenText’s CEO and CTO Mark Barrenechea used his keynote at the company’s inaugural Enterprise World Europe customer and partner conference in Vienna to make a case for enterprise information management as a software category that can give corporate organisations a competitive edge
The six-month review into the UK digital economy includes recommendations of a new code of conduct for large companies, along with greater data openness and mobility
UK data privacy watchdog is increasingly gearing up to support innovation to ensure developers of tech and digital services do not lose society’s trust
No one wants to be blamed after an attack, least of all the managed service provider, and more are taking steps to ensure they are not in the firing line
The partnership between vendors Cohesity and Cisco has blossomed into a reseller deal. Customers can now buy Cohesity software with Cisco HyperFlex hardware and architecture.
An upcoming wave of updates to Druva Phoenix and CloudRanger will boost the DRaaS offering's capabilities, and the vendor said it will extend Druva beyond data protection.
The veil of secrecy the datacentre industry operates under is doing it no favours when it comes to attracting talent, according to Data Centre World panel
Citrix disclosed a potential data breach blamed on poor password security, but a lack of details about the attack leaves only unconfirmed claims from a single cybersecurity firm.
RingCentral released several new tools for enterprises ahead of Enterprise Connect 2019, including a widget for adding RingCentral integrations to CRM and help desk apps.
At RSA Conference 2019, experts from the SANS Institute discuss the most dangerous attack techniques they've seen, including DNS manipulation and domain fronting.
Atlassian's new Bitbucket Pipes helps developers automate and customize DevOps pipelines to boost developer productivity.
F5 snaps up Nginx for cloud-native app support, and analysts predict a microservices gold rush as modern application architectures catch on in enterprise IT shops.
Fragile electronic voting systems and the weaponization of social media continue to menace U.S. election systems as presidential candidates ramp up their 2020 campaigns.
Organisations in Southeast Asia are planning to shore up their IT infrastructure to speed up application development and become more customer focused
Chancellor Philip Hammond's latest statement announces funding to support progress in areas including supercomputer development, photonics and bioinformatics, promises tighter digital regulation and attempts to ensure flow of skilled professionals into the UK
HPE's Tech Pro programme will bolster technical training and support and equip solution architects for customers’ transformation projects
Strong demand for greater mobility and flexibility is fueling a growth in the unified comms as a service market
NHS Shared Business Services is seeking suppliers for a four-year procurement framework designed to streamline how public sector organisations source cloud services
The Metropolitan Police has confirmed it exchanged information on WikiLeaks staff in the UK with the US Department of Justice, which is conducting criminal investigations into the organisation
Enterprises need to respond to network and security events in milliseconds, not seconds. Network automation coupled with artificial intelligence tools can help.
In the eleven months he has been at the helm Adam Binks has set out a course that should see the business expand significantly
As it waits to get acquired by Nvidia, Mellanox brings out an NVMe SNAP device that lets storage vendors place code directly on BlueField SmartNIC network cards.
Technology innovators need to avoid security mistakes of the past by building in integrity so that products and services can be used with trust and confidence, says former GCHQ director
A criminal investigation into Facebook's data-sharing deals intensifies the growing scrutiny of the social media behemoth's business practices
At IDC Directions 2019, IDC's Meredith Whalen said digital transformation at the project level is a recipe for failure. Companies need a more holistic approach that puts culture first.
In-flight broadband service provider Gogo has joined other companies with an all-in cloud push toward AWS, while keeping an eye on portability and its long-term options.
Organisations in Australia and New Zealand will spend more on modernising legacy applications and breaking down data silos this year
An update to Alluxio's data management software boosts scalability to more than 1 billion files, adds a POSIX API and enables a job service for replication and data transfer.
The NYPD has rolled out Patternizr, a machine learning algorithm that helps analysts identify crime patterns but highlights the complexity around eliminating AI bias in real-world systems.
Facebook launches the power-saving Minipack switching platform, and Arista unveils the 7368X4 for hyperscalers at the OCP 2019 Global Summit.
The National Audit Office has sharply criticised the Cabinet Office over failings in how it set up the National Cyber Security Programme that mean it may struggle to meet its goals
The expanded scheme by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport is part of a a £1.2m package to help under-represented groups get jobs
The vibrant tech sector in the Nordic region is attracting increasing attention from venture capitalists
GDPR impact is yet to be felt and data protection is set to become increasingly complex, with Brexit adding even more complexity that could be overwhelming, warns head of international privacy association
The vendor's recently appointed EMEA channel head is looking to work more closely with its top tier of partners
Charity StepChange, which helps people manage debt problems, has developed a modern IT system to help double the number of people it can support
Oracle’s third quarter 2018-19 results show improved profitability on weaker revenue, and cloud-based autonomous database service with 1,000 customers
UK and US businesses are being exposed to security risks by a failure to integrate security into DevOps programmes, research shows
Judge rules that Post Office showed “oppressive behaviour” in response to claimants accused of accounting errors they blamed on Horizon IT system
Consumers and physicians are open to technology innovation, but progress is slow due to tech adoption at a varying pace and focus on different priorities, says report
Many data professionals have yet to solidify traditional data management practices, but they have a new set of challenges to overcome to ensure data privacy and avoid misuse.
The NSA's reverse-engineering tool, Ghidra, was released to the public and despite some initial concerns experts are generally bullish on the prospects for the free software.
Surge in use of “tap and go” payment feature is attributed to adoption by transport operators and more retailers, according to a trade body
Quest Software introduced a partner program with benefits and support geared toward the managed services business model; other channel news from the week.
DevOps security remains a work in progress, but many enterprise IT shops already plug collaboration points for IT security and operations pros directly into the app development pipeline.
U.S. government agencies are undergoing a digital transformation, and Microsoft hopes that upgrades to its Government Cloud lineup will make its platform part of that change.
Microsoft will release the source code to its core accessibility software testing tools and join forces with Deque to help developers find and fix accessibility issues.
Several Google Cloud services suffered some recent hiccups, but analysts gave the service provider high marks for quick resolution and transparency.
Philips' acquisition of Carestream Health's HCIS business gives the company more imaging technologies, while boosting its position in the health IT market.
DevOps security has shifted left, but IT pros disagree on just how far into application design and away from infrastructure security practices will go.