5G networks will move computing to the edge, driving adoption of hybrid cloud and hyper-converged infrastructure, says Nutanix’s ANZ chief
F5 Networks' CISO talks up measures that the application delivery and security specialist is employing to fend off cyber attackers that come knocking on its doors
The UK's Armed Forces has gone to market to procure a new digital recruitment platform, to be implemented by March 2022
WekaIO has Dell EMC’s Isilon, NetApp, GPFS and Lustre in its sights with its massively scalable hybrid-cloud NAS file system that also runs in the Amazon cloud
A week after reportedly being hit by a ransomware attack, Belgium-based mechanical equipment manufacturer Asco has finally provided some details
With three quarters of CRM sales heading into the cloud those looking to make revenues in the market need to have a strong SaaS offering
An analysis of the responses HMRC has reportedly received to its consultation on extending the IR35 tax avoidance reforms to the private sector suggests the tax agency is coming under pressure to put its plans on hold for at least 12 months
Aircraft company Airbus believes mixed reality systems, powered using headsets such as HoloLens, will drive its digital manufacturing strategy
Revamped Accelerated Access Collaborative is intended to “genuinely drive change” in NHS by identifying the best in healthtech, aligning policy and establishing testing mechanisms
The London RoadLab programme has selected products using emergent technologies to alleviate problems caused by roadworks
The customer data platform market continues to simmer as large vendors such as Oracle, Adobe, SAP and Salesforce rush to catch up to smaller, more nimble CDP competitors.
Unifying DevOps and security teams with the aid of automation will bring harmony and added business benefits, says systems engineer
The Post Office has applied to the Court of Appeal to appeal judgment in Horizon trial
Yubico recalled YubiKey FIPS series devices after discovering an issue leading to reduced randomness in values generated by the keys, which are used by federal agencies.
In the wake of Salesforce's acquisition of Tableau, it remains to be seen whether Tableau users will be pushed to the cloud and how Tableau's pace of innovation might be affected.
Scale Computing 1U edge nodes allow easy deployment by retailers in multiple sites that lack on-site IT. The Scale Computing storage layer removes the need for RAID-based data protection in the box.
UK resellers striking out for the US, board appointments at a couple of security players and a channel specialist at an AI player feature in this week's roundup
Aerohive Networks is using AI and machine learning to provide behavior insights for Wi-Fi management with the launch of its new products, Traffic Insights and Maximum Client Capabilities.
Heat's AI-based advertising platform uses algorithms to gather and analyze customer data and then predict social trends up to 72 hours before they peak, according to the vendor.
CoreMedia Content Cloud-Marketing Connector enables omnichannel content creation. It also gives customers access to CoreMedia Content Cloud content management capabilities.
Singapore’s Infocomm Media Development Authority is looking beyond access speeds in charting the deployment of 5G networks, which it has likened to a public utility
Despite the fall in the number of common cyber threats last year, Singapore will continue to face advanced persistent threats, CSA warns
The UK is to host the world’s first surveillance camera day to raise awareness about surveillance cameras and generate a debate about how they are used
Tests to focus on process of migrating households and businesses to fibre to the premise and voice over IP
Guidelines from the Ministry of Justice aim to avoid potential cloud security issues such as S3 ‘leaky buckets’
Tableau President and CEO Adam Selipsky told the company’s European user conference in Berlin that Salesforce acquisition will not affect its mission of “seeing and understanding data”
Vendor hoping that giving the channel access to the same training and tools it provides internal staff will increase collaboration
Firm open to bringing in partners to work on cracking customer digital transformation challenges
Facebook is launching digital coin to open up affordable financial services to the world
DH2i's zero-trust architecture software, DxConnect, will address common security issues and bring microtunnel development, discreet invisibility, an open API and more.
Vendor offers more flexibility to appeal to those users that want to pay in the as-a-service style
Kaloom's in-band network telemetry, FlowEye, intends to provide data center managers with a full view of a packet's real-time journey through a data center.
MongoDB released an S3-compatible data lake its developer legions can quickly query. But, word of MongoDB Atlas use on Google's cloud shows there are clouds to sow beyond AWS.
Actifio Multi-Cloud Mobility and Automation brings multi-cloud disaster recovery to Sky, along with flexible migration capabilities for companies that want to stay agile.
Netskope for Private Access is a cloud-based platform that secures private enterprise applications on public clouds and in on-premises data centers using zero-trust access.
The No More Ransom initiative released one last GandCrab decryption tool to help victims recover data after the ransomware was allegedly shut down by its authors.
ReliaQuest's security analytics platform, GreyMatter, claims to improve threat detection by up to four times and reduce system downtime by 98% by integrating AI and human analysis.
AI in healthcare has the potential to help relieve physicians of mundane tasks, and the potential for greater cognitive capabilities down the road.
Salesforce gives details about the makeup of its Customer 360 integration platform and features of the customer data platform that it plans to release this fall.
At the Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit, analysts discuss the challenge of finding skilled cybersecurity professionals and how it can be solved.
Is disaggregated HCI a thing? Hewlett Packard Enterprise says yes, with its new Nimble Storage-ProLiant server combo that looks more like converged infrastructure than hyper-converged.
HPE's latest products support hybrid cloud strategies by allowing users to tie composable and hyper-converged infrastructure technologies more tightly together.
While HPE Primera, which includes HPE InfoSight AI and machine learning tech, will be available to order in August, the company says 3PAR will continue to be enhanced and updated.
The Australian firm is using PagerDuty to sieve through a sea of alerts from various alerting systems that notify operations staff of customer and IT issues
Kevin Cunnington will be travelling around the world to promote government services under a newly created unit
Although analyst Gartner has urged IT departments to approach Li-Fi with caution, the use of light as an alternative to Wi-Fi is set to gain momentum
Luxembourg is at the centre of a continent with ambitious plans to develop a thriving tech industry, but what makes it different?
University of Reading could only back up 20% of its data on an ageing tape library, so it modernised with a Rubrik appliance and Azure cloud storage in a cost-neutral project
The firm has set 2022 as the deadline all of its portfolio will be available on an as a Service basis with the channel playing a key role delivering it
Universities and technology businesses in Nordic countries are working cross-border as part of two pan-Nordic organisations
Channel building intelligent automated specialist the target of an acquisition which leads to joint commitment to continue building the partner network
A smart data report has been published with consultations under way, while an open call for evidence has been launched to help shape the national data plan
The importance and benefits of combining physical and cyber security was underlined in the opening session of the 2019 IFSEC security conference
Oxford University has accepted £150m to build a new humanities hub that will include a centre for artificial intelligence ethics research from Stephen Schwarzman, a US private equity boss
Two of the Nordic region's biggest IT suppliers merge as competition in their home region increases
Senior management from Openreach, TalkTalk and Three use Connected Britain keynote to share insights on how full-fibre broadband deployment is progressing across the country
Big-box retailer Target's checkout outage showed how e-commerce systems can fill in when POS systems fail. They're not quite ready to supplant POS -- but they're getting there.
The IoT Security Foundation has published a guide on security for smart buildings to highlight key issues and gather feedback to inform future guidance for industry stakeholders
The growth of the gig-based economy has exposed weaknesses in the UK tax system – exacerbated by the IR35 reforms – that mean an overhaul is needed, panel claims
Fortinet's Secure SD-Branch platform uses Fortinet security products to converge WAN and security into an integrated platform and protect access edges.
BlackBerry has upgraded its Enterprise Mobility Suite in an effort to connect business and consumer applications in a secure environment to enable instant collaboration.
The U.S. dominates in total supercomputing performance, but lags behind China in the overall number of supercomputers. U.S. x86 vendors sell many of the chips used in these systems, but ARM may soon be giving them a run for their money.
Early pioneer of networking who aimed to get more women into technology is included in Queen's Birthday Honours
NetApp will debut multi-cloud services on its NetApp HCI hyper-converged platform, with the first being its Kubernetes orchestrator service and Cloud Volumes
The developers and IT operations teams were once separate. Now they are one. The challenge is getting this to scale across the business
Connected Customer Conversations is an omnichannel communication platform where a customer's information follows them from channel to channel for customer support.
Exadel's low-code platform, Appery.io, added Ionic 4 support that enables developers to create high-performing web and mobile apps, according to the vendor.
NetApp Data Fabric links NetApp storage and data services. New NetApp Cloud Data Services embed Kubernetes orchestration and Cloud Volumes for Google in beta.
Open source libraries can now access Applitools Eyes at no cost as part of Applitools' effort to invest in open source. It has also partnered with This Dot for an apprentice program.
Designed for Windows desktop applications, Apica's Desktop Application Check intends to increase visibility and boost desktop application monitoring capabilities.
Microsoft targets Java developers with a Visual Studio Code installer for Java that takes care of the overall Visual Studio Code setup for developers.
DHS issued the latest security advisory for BlueKeep, but it's unclear whether the repeated warnings are being heeded by organizations that have vulnerable systems on the internet.
Microsoft's Azure Bastion managed service provides a means for companies to remotely access their VMs without touching the public internet.
HPE's newest offerings improve its chances in the hybrid cloud market, but may draw fire from its cloud partners, AWS and Microsoft.
Integrating multiple customer touch points with Salesforce has enabled Asia’s leading low-cost carrier to shorten waiting time and improve customer service
iOS and Android apps equally vulnerable to being exploited remotely by malware, report reveals
Full-year 2018-19 results show revenue flat to slight, but executives claim cloud headway and progress on autonomous database uptake
The UK is launching the world’s first voluntary cyber security standard and compliance certification mark for the manufacturers of surveillance cameras
Visibility, security tool overload and manual reporting are cited as top concerns by UK security leaders, a report reveals
Danish capital offers all the advantages startups need to get off the ground and many are staying there for the long haul
Advice for those looking to move into managed services came out of an online Q&A on the back of MSP Day last month
Cricket governing body chooses Indian IT supplier to expand the boundaries of its customer engagement platforms
Facebook has released details about its Libra cryptocurrency, but questions still remain over how, and if, it will work
Changes to force UK internet users to prove their age to access adult content are postponed for a third time because of failure to notify the European Commission of key policy details
This year has already seen plenty of action on the mergers and acquisitions front and this week has added another three deals to the list
Public wants government and tech companies to tackle diversity issues related to the application of artificial intelligence, a study has found
Online retailer Asos has partnered with HoloMe to trial an augmented reality catwalk for users of its fashion app
Dropbox Business has been overhauled in an attempt to make it a hub for business communication and collaboration. The updates include new integrations with G Suite, Slack and Zoom.
At the 2019 Gartner Security and Risk Management Summit, experts discussed how enterprise application security efforts are falling short and what can be done about it.
As Alaska Airlines plots a flight path to a hybrid cloud infrastructure, it will navigate with an automated DevOps security tool that spans multiple IT environments.
EQT Partners, which owns ERP vendor IFS, has acquired Acumatica, another ERP vendor. Both firms will be working together, sharing leadership and expertise in hope of each broadening market share.
Aruba plans to add analytics to its Central management console for the WLAN. Customers will be able to access Aruba NetInsight and User Experience Insight in Central.
Conversocial had rudimentary chatbots before acquiring Assist earlier this year, but now can deploy chatbots to take on more sophisticated customer engagements.
HPE exec says vendor's HCI strategy is 'SimpliVity, SimpliVity, SimpliVity' -- but don't forget HPE's competitive Nutanix and Nimble Storage dHCI products.
DataRobot machine learning tools should see a boost following the company's acquisition of ParallelM, a startup with tools for deploying, managing and monitoring AI.
Druva's cloud backup and disaster recovery are built natively for Amazon Web Services. A big cash infusion from investors has the startup contemplating a possible IPO.
The Amax BrainMax Series servers feature the latest Nvidia RTX GPU accelerator cards for intensive GPU and AI applications and deep learning initiatives.
Oracle probably won't get out of the public IaaS market entirely, but it seems clear that specialization is its goal, not head-to-head challenges to AWS, Microsoft and Google.
Microservices and DevOps have made IT security a shared responsibility among enterprise stakeholders, and experts expect this shift to prompt mass consolidation among vendors.
IT leaders at a Computer Weekly roundtable say they are grappling with compute bottlenecks and explainable artificial intelligence even as chatbots and other AI projects are being rolled out in full swing
To improve chatbot customer experience, Ada introduced Glass to its platform. Ada Glass connects customers with live agents directly within Ada's interface, according to the vendor.
Intelligent data management has turned copies of backup data into tools for analytics, test/dev and other use cases. But company culture prevents some organizations from adoption.
Surveillance cameras are for supporting communities, not spying on them, but the UK needs stronger regulation and citizen engagement in this area, says surveillance camera commissioner
Business continuity involves more than the investment in resilient IT – staff and their families need support too
Dutch firm has set up a formal programme for partners just six months after entering the UK market
Small businesses may not be the weakest link in the supply chain after all, with a lack of skills and best practices being bigger factors, a study by (ISC)² reveals
Ultrasound sensor works with a haptic glove worn by a paramedic connected over 5G to a clinician, who provides remote diagnosis
An analysis of the IT infrastructure market from IDC shows that spending will slow this year but vendors do not look like missing out on revenues
A National Audit Office report outlines the challenges that need to be investigated around making more effective use of data in citizen service delivery and government operations
Research by the SANS Institute finds that while parents are aware of cyber security, they don’t know enough to encourage their children into cyber roles
The Security Serious cyber awareness campaign has opened nominations for the fourth annual cyber security Unsung Heroes awards
The firm is keen to get partners delivering not just data protection but also helping customers with availability and insights
Although the UK is sometimes referred to as “the most surveilled country” in the world, it has taken the lead in setting minimum security requirements for surveillance cameras. But how will this make a difference internationally?
The latest NSS Labs SD-WAN report gives Fortinet the best ratings for value and total cost of ownership, while Silver Peak gets the worst of eight vendors.
A new survey suggests SAP customers will stay on SAP ECC6, despite SAP's plan to pull support by 2025. One analyst said reports like this should be taken with a grain of salt.
Following Slack's public debut, analysts say the company needs to boost enterprise sales and retool third-party integrations to attract users who aren't as tech-savvy.
Salesforce expects to show off what customers are doing with Customer 360 at its next Connections conference in 2020, along with some new integrations.
IBM has enhanced its blockchain platform such that it will run on other cloud platforms beyond the IBM Cloud, including the AWS and Microsoft Azure clouds.
Analytics and BI vendor MicroStrategy sells the Voice.com domain name and moves forward with product R&D in a competitive market that is consolidating quickly.
AI is gaining ground in recruiting, hiring and now in contracting. A London-based firm provides some insight about what the future may hold in contracting for niche markets.
A financial services company will retrain its help desk staff to be app developers and SREs, while AI handles the grunt work for the company's call center employees.
The latest HPE partner program updates made enablement an important theme, as the vendor transitions to a solutions-oriented sales approach; other news from the week.
Google and Salesforce's recent multibillion-dollar BI deals have put analytics in the spotlight. What's the import for CIOs -- aside from the fact that data rules?