Australian startup Myriota has inked a statement of intent with the Australian Space Agency to provide sensor connectivity for future lunar and planetary exploration missions
Almost a year to the day after it was announced, a renewably-powered datacentre has gone live at Goonhilly Earth Station, as the radio-communications site prepares to position itself as an AI innovation hub
Despite the danger posed by cyber attacks to mid-sized companies, boards are not prepared to manage the risk and firms are over-confident in their cyber capabilities, report finds
Only 10% of public service stolen and lost mobile are recovered, underlining the need for mobile-centric, zero-trust model to reduce the risk, says MobileIron
Businesses are racing to automate their defences as hackers and nation states launch increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks
Science and Technology Committee tells Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport that there are no technical grounds for it to exclude Huawei
The security player has been actively looking to work with more MSSPs and has also been investing in a direct touch team to drive more enterprise business back to partners
The US Department of Defense looks set to award a $10bn cloud contract after a legal challenge to the procurement process failed
Facebook’s potential $5bn settlement with the FTC follows notifications of planned GDPR fines for British Airways and Marriott International, underlining the importance of data stewardship
Computing pioneer and code-breaker Alan Turing is to be featured on the new polymer £50 note
The new intelligence suite has six main tools that help manage the challenges due to growing IT operations, from spending and productivity to monitoring risk.
Amazon's plan to upskill its workforce cites high-growth occupations such as data scientist and what it calls data mapping specialist. But its claims about growth may be off.
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Betting intelligence analytics firm Smartodds replaced its old tape backup infrastructure with Rubrik appliances to cut management time and database restores from hours to minutes
TechSee Smart aids live agents in contact centers by using AI and deep learning to analyze customer product images, identify issues and guide customers through the resolution process.
The Joint Committee on the National Security Strategy is to probe the UK government’s approach to telecoms technology as a national security issue
In a letter to digital secretary Jeremy Wright, civil society groups warn that a number of shortcomings must be addressed to enable the government to reap data-related benefits
Linode's GPU instances are built on Nvidia's Quadro RTX 6000 GPU cards, designed to power high-performance applications and use cases for artists, scientists, engineers and more.
Amazon CTO Werner Vogels talks about the company's Outposts hybrid cloud hardware, how AWS approaches innovation and future plans for cloud cost containment.
HYCU is seeking to make the process of multi-cloud data protection and migration more seamless. While many organizations use multiple clouds, they can lead to complexity issues.
Microsoft channel partners can expect to see the software company emphasize security, Azure migration, Teams collaboration and PowerApps, among other areas, during FY 2020.
Suse’s focus on developer needs, industry-specific use cases and engineering partnerships with the likes of SAP are among efforts to take open source software deeper into the enterprise
With new cloud migration services, Alfresco promises to move content from IBM, SharePoint, Documentum and other legacy ECM systems to its cloud platform in a matter of weeks.
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre releases a report on the second year of its Active Cyber Defence programme to demonstrate its effects in the public sector and wider UK cyber ecosystem
Two local authorities in the Netherlands have put the brakes on datacentre construction to give them time to put policies in place to gain more control over builds
UN’s Human Rights Council adopts resolution to explore the impact of new and emerging digital technologies on human rights, but the text ignores a damning report by the council’s own expert on freedom of expression
Travellers using Manchester’s trams can now complete their journeys using contactless payment
Security industry partners have launched an initiative aimed at raising individuals’ digital safety skills to enable them to protect themselves and their families from most common cyber attacks
Druva plans to add CloudLanes' data ingestion technology to Druva Cloud Platform. Unlike with the 2018 CloudRanger purchase, CloudLanes will not be its own business.
The expanded Western Digital IntelliFlash models include low-end N5100 NVMe and high-density HD2160 SAS arrays. IntelliFlash OS now supports live migration to an S3-compatible cloud.
The issues surrounding the latest Windows 10 OS update have affected some users to the point of annoyance, while others remain unaffected and unfazed by the continued issues.
The UK’s cyber security agency has called out Microsoft for seriously undermining global email security by failing to provide crucial reports from its email platforms
Data management player increasing investment in supporting top partners with fresh channel programme
Through its partnership strategy, ThoughtSpot is adding to its capabilities as a BI software vendor the same way others are improving theirs by mergers and acquisitions.
ThinkHR and Mammoth HR, which sell HR technology, best practices and HR compliance services through channel partners, have merged. The two firms provide services to 350,000 employers.
Carbonite Endpoint 360 brings data protection to Microsoft Office 365 applications and emphasizes the need to protect SaaS applications and cloud-stored data.
Around 10% of Microsoft's base of Office 365 commercial subscribers have begun regularly using Microsoft Teams, leaving the app with more users than Slack.
Facebook will reportedly be hit with a $5 billion fine by the FTC following an investigation into multiple privacy issues, and experts said other enterprises should take note.
Denmark is investing in a range of programmes to boost research and development into artificial intelligence and its place in various business sectors
Researchers are warning of vulnerabilities in firmware from a third-party supplier that put some servers from Lenovo, Gigabyte and six other manufacturers at risk
The plan for a new communications network for police, fire and ambulance services is three years late and £3.1bn over budget, and Public Accounts Committee fears further delays
A couple of pieces of research into the reaction of UK businesses to artificial intelligence has indicated there is an educational role for the channel to play if the technology is to become more widely adopted
The long-awaited appointment for government’s chief data officer requires a perception in departments that data is actually valuable, government officials said
German bank is cutting costs overall but is investing more in the latest digital technology as fintechs chip away at banking business
Dutch police have arrested a man suspected of producing and selling toolkits to create malicious Microsoft Office documents
US senators grill Facebook’s David Marcus over social media giant’s plans to launch cryptocurrency
Despite accelerated adoption of public cloud services by companies keen to benefit from increased efficiency, scalability and agility, most security professionals have reservations
NHS computers are still being upgraded three years after the WannaCry ransomware attack to the health system, raising concerns over cyber security
As a potential release date for Windows Virtual Desktop looms, Microsoft is making sure its most popular applications are optimized to run within a virtualized environment.
Data management player will be offering its software to HPE's EMEA and North American channel partners
By integrating AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter and Moogsoft AIOps platforms, the vendors hope to reduce alert noise, automate remediation and solve incidents faster.
By improving the machine learning and augmented intelligence capabilities of its platform, AtScale's newest release attempts to speed up data querying.
QoreStor's latest update adds many new features, including the unique ability to dedicate a high-speed disk area that can be deduplicated without sacrificing recovery speed.
Amazon is being officially investigated by the European Commission to assess whether its use of data from independent retailers is anti-competitive
Angel MedFlight runs a multi-cloud setup, using a customer-built app and hyper-converged infrastructure built on VMware vSAN software and HPE ProLiant servers.
Despite efforts to flag spoofed domains imitating Best Buy, the sites are still active on e-commerce platforms like Shopify and GearLaunch, which have not taken them down.
VMware surpassed Cisco in grabbing the largest share of the money spent on software-defined networking for the data center in 2018, when the SDN market reached $7 billion.
LogMeIn, Inc. has launched Grasshopper Connect to provide small businesses with a platform that enables them to create and manage businesses communications.
Enterprise IT pros worried about security when containers were first introduced, but as containers are put into production, they can actually present ways to tighten security practices.
Claroty has upgraded Continuous Threat Detection to include support for IoT device security, keeping pace with the proliferation of IoT devices in the enterprise.
Despite alerts from Microsoft and the U.S. government, more than 800,000 online systems have yet to patch the Windows RDP vulnerability two months after it was disclosed.
CloudJumper has partnered with ThinPrint, IGEL and Nvidia to support printing, cloud workspace deployment and more in Microsoft's Windows Virtual Desktop.
The Singapore government has developed a skills framework for data protection officers and is looking to certify organisations under a regional cross-border privacy rules system
Lateral phishing is a growing type of account takeover that has enabled attackers to target more than 100,000 people by hijacking just 154 email accounts
Sweden is emerging as one of Europe’s competitors to the US’s Silicon Valley as a hot location for tech startups
Microsoft CEO uses Inspire keynote to cover the importance of building trusted relationships
UK firms investing in the latest cyber security products and services risk this being undermined by poor security practices, a survey reveals
A council in South Wales is expecting to reduce the cost of human resources business processes by up to 95% through robotic process automation
More than 80% of the people questioned in a survey said poor technology made them less productive
After 13 years at the drinks dispensing firm, Delaney moved into the top IT leadership role and has set out about using technology to empower workers across the company
Datadog Network Performance Monitoring intends to ease the workload of engineering teams by automating network monitoring and providing visibility down to containers.
Issues with biometrics and forensics pose a significant risk to effective functioning of the criminal justice system, according to a report by the Science and Technology Committee
James voted against the government in an attempt to stop the next Prime Minister from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit
New data discovery portal developed by Finnish security firm F-Secure helps to uncover what Facebook, Amazon, Google and other tech giants know about consumers
PediNotes, launched by a neonatologist who conceived the idea in the 1990s, is software that integrates with a hospital's EMR system to make data entry more efficient.
Private channels are scheduled to launch in Microsoft Teams this fall. The feature is the most demanded by far on the Teams user feedback website.
For many jobs, it may be less costly to upskill workers than to fire them and hire people with new skills. Amazon's $700 million plan to upskill its workforce may save it money.
SAP’s second-quarter 2019 financial results indicate cloud revenue at 26% of total, and 600 new customers for S/4 Hana. The US-China trade war has adversely affected results
Will the Microsoft partner's future be in software development and AI applications? Company CEO Satya Nadella suggested that may be the case in his Microsoft Inspire address.
Issues around the digital identity project and a major compliance project led by the Ministry of Justice are impossible to solve, according to the Infrastructure and Projects Authority
IBM’s second-quarter 2019 results show a 4.2% decline in revenue, but the supplier is betting big on hybrid cloud and cognitive computing
Infinidat storage takes direct aim at IBM with Data Rescue Program. IBM users can trade in IBM XIV and FlashSystem A9000 gear for Infinidat InfiniBox disk arrays.
The latest AT&T-Microsoft partnership announcement lacked details for buyers of enterprise products and services but gave a big boost to Microsoft's Azure public cloud.
Pivotal has released several tools to help developers and operators address Kubernetes complexity, as enterprises increasingly adopt the popular container orchestration system.
Slack has reset passwords for 1% of users after uncovering new information regarding a 2015 hack of its systems.
Cloud governance, both from a security and cost perspective, was crucial for Hearst Corp. as it moved its IT operations to AWS and Microsoft Azure.
Researchers released GandCrab master decryption keys, and in the wake of GandCrab's shutdown, a new ransomware threat -- called Sodin or Sodinokibi -- has emerged.
What issues keep Northwell Health CIO John Bosco up at night? Cybersecurity and finding skilled healthcare IT staff who can keep up with innovation.
There are still concerns over data integrity, security and privacy of digital identities, but the convenience of the technology outweighs the risks, says a HID expert
Local tech industry welcomes a new report from the Committee for the Economic Development of Australia which found that migrants have not had a negative impact on wages or participation rates of Aussie workers
It is still a long way behind AWS, but the Microsoft cloud is the company’s big money-maker. It is also seeing Teams establish itself as a platform
Security researchers have discovered a Magecart group operating with impunity using bulletproof hosting services, including one in battle-scarred Ukraine
DCMS is seeking views on the role of the government and private sector in developing digital identities, while a small-scale trial will open up passport data for companies to prove online IDs
Amid fears that artificial intelligence and automation will put people out of work, the government is working on a retraining programme to help those affected by AI to fit into new roles
Transferring data to and from the EU will only be possible if an agreement is in place before the UK leaves. No deal means no data agreement
The Jubilee Line will be first Tube service to offer 4G through tunnels, and the cabling to support the service will become part of a fibre hub for London homes and businesses
CyberThreat 2019 aims to bring together a more diverse set of technical professionals in cyber security from the private and public sectors in the UK and abroad to encourage collaboration
Distributor has landed a relationship with Pure Storage and is looking to build on that moment over the rest of 2019
Vendor's CFO highlights the role that partners have played in the vendor's crucial fourth quarter
Full-fibre broadband provider extends its network to more homes and businesses in latest roll-out
CyberArk introduces CyberArk Alero to its privileged access management product lineup, in addition to other endpoint management and cloud offering updates.
A week after issuing the first serious GDPR fines, the ICO has further underlined the importance of data stewardship and due diligence regarding privacy practices
Cohesity Runbook is billed as a simple way to orchestrate disaster recovery failover and create best practices, but it can be used to automate workflows beyond DR.
Commvault is looking to differentiate itself from competitors by expanding its channel incentives program and enablement resources; other news from the week.
A Kubernetes-friendly compliance as code project hosted by the CNCF has caught on among large enterprises in the first half of 2019, largely through word of mouth.
Microsoft's Azure VMware Solutions service will compete with the VMware Cloud on AWS offering, and reflects a move to the cloud for virtualized workloads.
8x8 Inc. acquired Wavecell, which enables it to expand its presence globally and offer new services such as Wavecell's omnichannel CPaaS capabilities.
Updates to Enzoic for Active Directory include NIST-compliant Continuous Password Protection, checking passwords against a live database of common or vulnerable passwords.
An additional Microsoft Azure function can place VMs associated with a multi-tier application inside the same cloud data center to reduce latency.
Legislators plan to act on a bill that will remove per-country caps for immigrant workers, making it more difficult for companies to hire skilled employees from certain countries.