Operator claims its contiguous block of 5G-ready mobile spectrum will put it streets ahead of its rivals
In the face of increasing cyber breach risk as organisations move to hybrid multi-cloud IT environments, just over half of large firms in Europe are planning a zero-trust approach to security
Ethics is a key requirement blue-chip firms will look for in artificial intelligence MSc graduates
A channel event in Canada will resonate with managed service players here who are worried about losing customer relationships
Mark Curran moves from CYBG to head up reorganisation that will see control of TSB’s IT transferred to an internal team from parent company’s tech subsidiary
UAE airline works with tech startup to create a platform to help it apply employees’ ideas to address business challenges
IT support vendor Evan introduced an automated SaaS offering for large businesses. Evan360 intends to connect users with IT experts to solve problems immediately.
Salesforce is set to buy business intelligence data visualisation pioneer Tableau as it seeks to amplify its customer analytics capability
Once an IPO hopeful, Reduxio had the 'wrong packaging' and needed to retrench. The vendor shed hybrid flash arrays. Reduxio Magellan container storage software is in early access.
Sadiq Khan calls on the next prime minister to prioritise preparations around the potential impact of artificial intelligence
Mall of America IT director says she'd rather have her staff working on other things -- such as data analytics -- than managing storage and data backup.
The Vive Pro Eye, a virtual reality product specifically designed for enterprise is now available for purchase in North America, and features precision eye tracking.
Google detailed the discovery and process of removing Triada malware after a supply chain attack led to backdoors being preinstalled on budget phones in overseas markets.
By acquiring Tableau, Salesforce dramatically strengthened its BI and data visualization capabilities. The move boosts Salesforce's ability to compete with Microsoft.
Funding for artificial intelligence will go towards conversion degrees, scholarships for under-represented groups and online learning in the UK
A bust few days in the channel as several executives come in and a lucky few get promoted to gain more responsibility
The Oracle-Microsoft deal could solve technical problems that curtail cloud strategies, letting CIOs focus on business criteria. It could also introduce new complexity.
The new Cisco AI and machine learning platform, launched at Cisco Live, is a cloud-based network analytics service for the data center, campus and WAN.
Zonedstorage.io is Western Digital-backed idea to re-architect unstructured data storage with sequential writes to high-capacity media such as SMR HDDs and ZNS NVMe flash
Theresa May announces funding to boost development of quantum technologies, as well as a tech competitiveness study, as sector companies pledge to invest further in the country
Transatlantic airline becomes the first to adopt the latest version of Accenture's cloud-based Freight and Logistics platform as part of its digital transformation push
Basic email security should be a top priority for UK firms, followed by reducing third-party web exposure and monitoring data flows leaving the enterprise, a Rapid7 study reveals
Vendor wants to increase levels of network automation and is rolling out certifications and training to unify the channel's networking and software expertise
Huawei chief security officer John Suffolk faces tough questions from parliament’s Science and Technology Select Committee over the firm’s links to the Chinese government
The majority of organisations are failing to enforce security for code-signing processes, providing opportunities for cyber criminals, a survey reveals
Scale Computing adds hyper-converged infrastructure nodes to provide edge compute and storage that is fully compatible with its datacentre-scale HCI appliances
The LOTI coalition of local authorities kicks off to speed up the adoption of new technologies and approaches within local authorities
CEO Chuck Robbins said Cisco won't use the U.S. ban on Huawei exports in sales pitches. Robbins also said the Huawei ban has not had an effect on sales.
Renewed push to create a ubiquitous digital identity market will include a consultation with the private sector and the creation of a dedicated unit
New tools to help IT departments better understand network behaviour and predict potential problems were among a series of announcements made on the opening day of Cisco Live in the US
Small firms are crying out for education around the cloud with many not using the technology
The importance of preparation was strongly emphasised at a breach response workshop hosted by DAC Beachcroft as part of London Tech Week
Cisco has redesigned the Cisco Jabber client to "look and feel like" Webex Teams, the latest step in the company's push to bring together its on-premises and cloud-based UC apps.
Feature flags can be a powerful tool to test code in production, and that spurred Cloudbees' acquisition of Rollout -- but as always, with great power comes great responsibility.
The consumer electronics giant plans to focus its efforts on expanding its soon-to-be completed datacentre in Denmark, rather than invest in standing up a second facility in the country
A potential landmark case against Facebook for violating General Data Protection Regulation rights has been given the go-ahead by the Austrian Supreme Court
The long-awaited Innovation Strategy document includes evolving use of data, eradicating legacy and seconding senior tech staff to the private sector
For countries highly dependent on oil, the global price crash had huge potential ramifications – one of which, in Norway, was the development of a thriving technology sector
Jeremy Wright, DCMS secretary of state, urges artificial intelligence tech firm founders to step forward for Tech Nation’s Applied AI growth programme, while McKinsey offers qualified endorsement of UK AI optimism
Gartner has found there is generally a lack of understanding of how blockchain can be used in the enterprise
Critical national infrastructure providers and others are improving cyber security capabilities around industrial control systems, but the cyber threat remains high and continues to evolve, a study shows
Despite multiple warnings from Microsoft, the threat of the BlueKeep RDP vulnerability to unpatched Windows systems continues to loom following its May Patch Tuesday disclosure.
Matthew Gould takes over board seat from chief clinical information officer Simon Eccles
Solodev DCX 9.0 targets medium-sized businesses with its scalability. The cloud-first CMS features collaboration tools, flexible pricing and automation.
LogMeIn Inc. and Dolby Laboratories have teamed up to bring Dolby Voice hardware to LogMeIn's GoToRoom video conferencing service software for businesses.
Hybrid is here to stay according to the leader of one of the storage firms that offers both on-prem and hosted technology
The government is to invest £40m in new projects under its 5G Testbeds and Trials scheme, and will explore new ways to liberalise planning laws to support quicker 5G deployment
Security specialist will get the chance to focus solely on that market after an MBO spun the operation out of the ECS Group
Nuvi's sentiment analysis engine enables organizations to interpret the true meaning behind text, images and emoji in order to get a more complete understanding of customers' experience.
AIOps is new in many ways, but early adopters must also heed a time-honored IT maxim: garbage in, garbage out.
The Virginia Beach shooting that killed 12 may help motivate employers to deploy mass notification systems as well as programs to identify problem employees. HR plays a role in both.
The Asigra FreeNAS plugin covers up to ten physical machines, ten virtual machines and ten cloud accounts for free. Customers wanting more must get Asigra on TrueNAS.
To expand its capabilities as a storage-as-a-service platform, Kaminario has added metered usage payments, disaster recovery and the ability to use services on the public cloud.
Cisco is embedding BroadSoft-powered Webex calling into Webex Teams and will let businesses connect on-premises PBXs to the app.
As local and state governments continue to tackle the evolving threat landscape, experts share tips on how to improve security posture and highlight the resources available for help.
Ixia launched two new products for networking and security: the Ixia network packet broker, Vision X, for data center visibility and Ixia BreakingPoint QuickTest to gauge device and network security.
BlueJeans Network has launched user experience updates, among others, to its BlueJeans Events software, as well as the BlueJeans meetings mobile application.
Amazon Web Services joins forces with Career College Trust to create cloud course that will prepare students for entry-level tech jobs or further education at university
Despite initiatives designed to increase the number of women in tech, progress is slow. But it could be faster with more collaboration, say signatories of the Tech Talent Charter
Technology continues to shape human conflict and artificial intelligence will be no exception, so business needs to up its ability to detect attacks and respond, says security expert
The unified comms specialist has seen the channel engage with its blocks approach with many getting behind numerous specialisations
Acting chief digital information officer Simon McKinnon will stay in the role until 2020, since a successor for Mayank Prakash has yet to be found
Data from visa endorsement body Tech Nation reveals 45% year on year jump in tech visa applications, with India and the US emerging as the two major sources of candidates
Multi-agency engagement has a significant potential to boost the digital delivery of citizen safety services, says report
Organisations are spending on advanced analytics to improve customer experience
The vendor has held a London partner event this week where the focus was partly on getting partners to appreciate the solutions the wider vendor ecosystem could help deliver
Frank Land, known for his work on the world's first business computer LEO, has received an OBE
AIOps tools present a way to cope with IT infrastructure sprawl and complexity, but how far they can go with hands-off automation features is still a topic for debate.
The vendor's recently appointed EMEA channel boss is keen to get partners selling its technology to more than just security customers
Facebook is hiring for 500 tech jobs in the capital in the next six months, with a particular focus on seeking out and clamping down on malicious content and fake accounts, and curbing other harmful behaviour on its platforms
Intel's multi-year plan to improve PCs focuses first on improving battery life and connectivity capabilities. But analysts warn that Intel could fall into the over promise and under deliver trap.
McAfee calls for companies to ramp up their security culture and improve the integration of technical security controls to minimise exposure from workers
Selligent paired its CX suite with Genesys Customer Experience Platform to improve customer experience by providing organizations with a full view of the customer journey.
Cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike made its successful Wall Street debut Wednesday. The company closed its trading with a share price of $58.
Zendesk courts enterprise customers with a chatbot SDK that extends self-service tech into internationally popular chat apps, while Duet bundles Zendesk Support and Sell platforms.
Boasting the same capabilities and features as its preceding on-premises software, Intel Unite Cloud Service enables users to deploy Intel Unite software from the cloud.
The new Solix archiving product is the result of close development work with Microsoft. SolixCloud Enterprise Archiving features a focus on unstructured data.
A new AWS cloud migration program is geared to bring ISV application workloads to the platform, and offers a financial incentive for cloud migrations that go well.
AWS re:Inforce this month in Boston is the first dedicated security conference by the industry's largest cloud provider. Here's an early look at the event's sweeping agenda.
Security researchers developed a Rowhammer attack variant, called RAMBleed, that can steal data from memory and works even if systems are patched against Rowhammer.
Embracing an innovation strategy for a mature organisation led domain name registry Nominet to found a cyber security business based on its core expertise, its CEO tells London Tech Week
The rise in the number of users looking at changing their email strategy has opened the door for a wider discussion about security
IT outsourcing is growing in the UK, as organisations spend more as part of their digital transformations
The government reforms are aimed at ensuring that regulations keep up with technological change
SwiftStack launched a new product, designed to compete with companies like Hadoop and Spark. It's specifically for big data analytics, machine learning hybrid cloud and multi-cloud storage.
Changing market conditions have played into the hands of software player Advanced and its partners
Weaning itself off of Veritas Backup Exec, AmesburyTruth tapped Zerto for DR replication, ready to fail over 80 critical servers into the Microsoft Azure cloud.
Nexera's free Hospital Supply Chain Performance Self-Assessment tool will help supply chain and CQO professionals evaluate and improve supply chain processes.
Cisco partners pointed to the networking company's unified collaboration strategy as an important development at Cisco Live; other news from the week.
Generation Z may demand more human-to-human contact with managers and co-workers. Surveys suggest that text messaging will also top the list.
Riverbed and Versa Networks teamed up on an OEM agreement that enables Riverbed to use Versa's enterprise-class secure SD-WAN technology.
Cisco's People Insights is coming to Webex Teams and Jabber this summer. The vendor's embrace of the product comes as the tech industry is under fire over data privacy.
Dragos says Xenotime, the threat group behind a devastating ICS attack in 2017, has been probing the networks of U.S. electric utilities and also attempted network intrusions.
Nuxeo adds AI content services to its content management suite in hopes of spurring citizen data scientists to create custom data models for their workflows.
VMware plans to acquire Avi Networks. The VMware acquisition of the application delivery controller maker will fill gaps in VMware's NSX virtual networking software.
Microsoft AI Builder empowers nonprogrammers to incorporate AI as they build applications using low-code/no-code platforms.