Chinese smartphone manufacturer deploys Ericsson dynamic spectrum-sharing technology in data call on Telstra and Swisscom 5G networks
Orange Poland has embarked on a project to enhance the resilience and automation capabilities of its IP network core by automating its WAN and enhancing the management of label-switched paths
On the opening day of its annual conference, the UK and Ireland SAP User Group unveils member research showing scant awareness of Qualtrics, and continuing slow adoption of S/4 Hana
Bank does not want rapidly expanding Marcus to breach deposits threshold at which UK banks have to ring-fence their retail operations
Another busy week with several comings and goings to report on from across the channel
CMHK successfully accomplishes 5G Standalone network test and completes first voice over NR call in Hong Kong
Researchers at Promon say all of the 500 most-downloaded Android apps are at risk from a newly discovered vulnerability
Fewer organisations feel they have the expertise they require, according to a Harvey Nash survey
Provider says more than 500 million encrypted messages to and from smart meters have been carried by its secure network in 2019
The Conservative Party has followed in the footsteps of the Liberal Democrats, The Labour Party and the Scottish National Party by committing to a review of the IR35 reforms
Portworx's storage product tacks on PX-Backup and PX-Autopilot for Capacity Management modules for enterprises building stateful containerized applications.
While open source is a key to success for many database vendors, it can also potentially lead to a competitive threat from a cloud scale provider.
A security researcher found that Google's search engine hides results for misconfigured Firebase databases that are publicly accessible on the internet.
Survey reveals workplace productivity is deeply impacted by an organisation’s communications and collaboration practices and technology
Swedish fintech cements its relationship with Amazon Web Services to speed up product development and support its global expansion
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has used the first day of its annual Re:Invent conference in Las Vegas to set out its plans to democratise quantum computing, while also firming up the enterprise use cases for the technology
A research paper published by the University of Birmingham seems to show that differences in cultural values have an impact both on risky behaviour online and legal regulation
Traditional insurers are harnessing the agile development techniques of the tech startup community through partnerships with insurtechs
Acquisition of industrial security specialist Indegy will create a unified, risk-based platform spanning both IT and OT security for Tenable
Programme for International Student Assessment results show UK is lagging behind Asian powerhouses, according to Open Knowledge Foundation
The unified comms specialist is competing in a crowded SME market and the expectation is that customer segment will continue to be fought over
Augmented intelligence features and an in-warehouse data prep tool highlight Sisense's latest update, its second since acquiring Periscope Data in May.
Starting with its GreenLake family, HPE is building out a hybrid platform from the edge to the cloud
Juniper Research study predicts that biometric technology will be present on 90% of smartphones in five years’ time
Most organisations do not respond to requests for GDPR data in the one month allowed, while many return incorrect data. The education sector does best, but the public sector lags behind
Aiming to boldly go even further where physics hasn’t gone before, CERN increases capacity of its technical network to support breakthrough research in fundamental physics
Researchers at Cornell University want vendors to disclose how automated hiring systems are making hiring recommendations. They say it's the only way to know they're fair.
Building ‘strong autonomous country teams’ has been a key focus for AWS in Southeast Asia where demand for cloud computing services is on the rise
Dell goes against the grain by increasing storage sales, but much of its gains came from hyper-converged and data protection products rather than traditional primary storage arrays.
Computer Weekly breaks down each political party’s technology policies ahead of the upcoming General Election to see how they compare
AWS’s renewable energy project in Australia is one of six projects that the cloud supplier is spearheading to reduce its global carbon footprint
With Kendra, a new cognitive search tool from Amazon, enterprise users can more easily query their data. The tool uses machine learning and NLP to understand context, according to AWS.
Amazon joined IBM, Google and Microsoft in the emerging quantum computing market this week with the Amazon Braket managed service along with a new quantum computing research center.
AWS hybrid cloud support has arrived with the release of Outposts, but Amazon takes a different tack on multi-cloud and forbids co-branding partners from so much as using the term.
New SageMaker tools from AWS to open up machine learning models by making it easier for non-expert developers make, run, monitor and debug machine learning models.
AWS CEO Andy Jassy took to the stage at Re:Invent 2019 and slammed Microsoft for attempting to pull Windows Server customers back on to its cloud through its recent licensing tweaks
Amazon Web Services rolls out Outposts in Australia, enabling enterprises to run a consistent version of the AWS platform at locations that require low latency
Amazon Web Services (AWS) plans to supplement its ‘mega’ datacentre regions with smaller cloud data processing hubs in major cities to support enterprises requiring low-latency connections to its compute and storage resources
Research shows key segment of UK creative industry small businesses produce their best ideas and work on the go, increasingly relying on connectivity to drive productivity
The red team versus blue team dichotomy is somewhat arbitrary and risks pigeonholing skilled security professionals into certain roles, says Facebook’s Amanda Rousseau
Survey of Scottish citizens indicates a number of benefits that local communities can gain from IoT and other connected technologies
Study says next-gen technologies and the pressures of digital transformation are likely to continue to reshape what it means to be a telecoms operator next year
The purchase of Carolinas IT is another transaction that demonstrates the active managed services merger and acquisition environment, which has seen more than 30 deals this year.
The WISE campaign is calling on the STEM sector to increase the number of women in core roles to 30%, after finding the ratio of men to women in IT has been static for a decade
Adoption of enterprise business models could see operators’ 5G break-even reduced from 14 to 10 years, with especially large gains in manufacturing, says ABI Research
Printer vendor is educating partners around the need to cover off the security conversation with customers
In response to customers' expanding AWS footprint, Druva added new backup features to CloudRanger, which it acquired in 2018 for protection of data stored in AWS.
NSS Labs dropped its antitrust suit against the Anti-Malware Testing Standards Organization, Symantec and ESET, ending a contentious legal battle in the endpoint security market.
Networking startups Arrcus, DriveNets and Volta Networks help service providers redefine routing in the data center and at the edge.
IT pros seemed focused on the latest Microsoft OS, based on our most read stories for 2019. That may not come as a surprise, given next month's end-of-life deadline for Windows 7.
AWS expands its Redshift data warehouse capabilities including managed storage and query acceleration at the re:Invent 2019 conference, alongside a new managed Cassandra database service.
Australia’s Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology has teamed up with Amazon Web Services to launch a Cloud Innovation Centre to solve cyber security challenges
The updates are intended to secure electronically stored information residing across different locations in light of recent regulatory changes, including the GDPR, FOIA and CCPA.
In an endorsement of the cloud giant’s push towards the edge, leading global telcos pile in on AWS Wavelength, eyeing up large low-latency gains in key 5G use cases
Warning that attackers will find new vulnerabilities to access voice and data on 5G mobile phones as carriers hand off calls and data to Wi-Fi networks to save bandwidth
Smaller businesses are struggling to provide a good enough employee experience when it comes to tech, according to a study
AWS CEO Andy Jassy claims White House meddling led to it losing out to Microsoft on the US Department of Defense JEDI contract, despite its cloud platform being demonstrably superior
Chinese tech giant fights back against FCC ban on carriers in the rural US from using the Universal Service Fund to buy its equipment and designation as threat to US national security
Immersive Labs has disclosed a serious vulnerability in VPN supplier Aviatrix’s enterprise client that could have granted hackers elevated user privileges across enterprise targets
Medieval Somerset city hopes to encourage business growth and attract new employers by going gigabit
At Black Hat Europe in London, researchers reveal the extent to which confidential data is being leaked to third parties by online mental health websites
The vendor has found that a significant number of staff working for SMEs would like to get access to mobile and cloud computing tools
The firm has seen its MSP business improve over the last year and there are no signs that will slow down in the short-term
More than 80 schoolgirls spent a day learning about computer hackers and rocket science – Cyber Girls First hopes they will become the next generation of technologists
Next-gen Wi-Fi is successfully put through its paces streaming critical engineering information in “hostile” engineering environment
AWS users like Lyft and Salesforce have figured out how to keep their cloud costs as low as possible, and a new cloud management tool from Amazon aims to help others do the same.
Keystone on-premise and cloud subscription model will cost more than buying hardware so will be best suited to customers that want to try NetApp on-site before committing to purchase
Financial services regulators propose tighter rules for firms to reduce the adverse effects of operational problems, such as IT outages
Body-worn video and vehicle licensing data integration software designed to accelerate decision-making and evidence management for front-line officers
Opening coincides with Salesforce announcing $1.25m funding for education charity Ark and a Pathfinder training programme
The US Department of Justice has indicted two Russian citizens over their alleged role in the distribution of the virulent Bugat, or Dridex, and Zeus banking trojans
A security researcher used a mishandled session cookie to access private HackerOne bug reports with an account takeover attack and earned a bug bounty for their efforts.
Companies like Jergens Industrial Supply are favoring purpose-built ERP systems like Epicor Prophet 21 for distributors over comprehensive ERPs that need customizations.
The U.S. Justice Department indicts two alleged members of the Russian threat group behind the Dridex banking Trojan, known as Evil Corp, and offers a $5 million bounty.
AT&T’s security unit has evidence that China is pressing its Great Cannon DDoS tool into service once again, specifically to target pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong
Government-industry consortium will explore technologies to expand the capacity of optical metro and core networks
Head of armed services says cyber security will take its place alongside the army, navy and air force as a key pillar of the UK’s defence strategy
5G-supported extended reality platform is claimed to offer more immersive, intelligent and connected experiences
The Dutch government should push for an electronic ID system for its citizens that works across the public and private sectors, according to a report
Barclays opens tech centre in Pune as part of its global delivery network
The use of data and analytics technologies has transformed tennis for spectators, players and umpires, with the ATP and its partner Infosys leading the way
Dutch government lacks the knowledge and skills for its own IT strategy, according to scathing report
Aruba, Cisco, Citrix and Silver Peak are among the first SD-WAN vendors to integrate their products with the AWS Transit Gateway.
Technology deployments have been blamed for loss of productivity and even employee resignations. A new tool from Qualtrics could help IT get on top of bad tech experiences.
Pledge introduces the idea of electronic travel authorisation as part of plans to protect the UK border after Brexit
A new procurement process has been launched to bring in new features such as geospatial analysis
The latest enhancements to Zoom Chat come as the video conferencing vendor pushes more aggressively into the cloud calling market.
Based on our top 10 most-read stories of 2019, IT pros sought to learn the benefits of virtualization, as well as the drawbacks, as the technology gained ground.
Intel aims to make partner-to-partner collaboration easier with the launch of its Solutions Marketplace; other IT channel news from the week.
Thursday's announcement extends the company's September offering of 10 free Microsoft 365 Business licenses for nonprofits' employees to their volunteers.
A new AWS and NFL partnership aims to use AI and machine learning to reduce the risk of injuries to players. The partnership builds off of the companies' Next Gen Stats agreement.
A vast market for DevOps tools includes every major IT vendor and many up-and-comers. A panel of industry experts say these 10 are most likely to shift the market in 2020.