The 5G bandwagon is the talk of town, but 4G will remain the priority for much of Asia-Pacific, among other key trends that will shape telecoms markets across the region
Spanish incumbent telco announces plans to add another supplier to join Huawei on its official supplier list for 5G-enabling technologies
Energy and industrial support company will go live in Oracle’s cloud next month
Firm looks to build on six acquisitions in the last three years with a fresh face in the CEO chair
All government offices and public institutions must eliminate foreign hardware and software within three years, according to a leaked directive dubbed 3-5-2
An Essex man jailed in April over malware offences dating back years has been ordered to pay back the profits of his crime spree, and sell valuable assets
The UK’s elections watchdog, the Electoral Commission, is calling for new powers to regulate online political advertising
Orange aims to accelerate French fibre momentum following €700m loan from European Investment Bank to develop non-metro French high-speed broadband
Asia-Pacific enterprises are continuing to strengthen their network agility and service delivery capabilities with a view to offering converged service offerings, says GlobalData study
Swedish comms tech giant admitted what US attorney described as “years-long campaign of corruption in five countries to solidify its grip on telecommunications business”
Komprise's Intelligent Data Management software expands beyond file storage and tacks on module to analyze AWS cloud object storage usage and spending.
The Ministry of Justice has lost 354 smartphones, PCs, laptops and tablets in the past 12 months, according to a Freedom of Information request, and other government departments are in the same boat
Quobyte storage customer 3vGeomatics produces analytical data on ground deformities that are potential environmental hazards. The distributed file storage replaces NFS.
Work under the Building a Stronger Britain Together programme is due to be completed this month
Cloud computing take-up saw a significant acceleration in the Middle East throughout this year
The Geisinger-led Keystone Health Information Exchange launched a cutting-edge imaging app based on the FHIR standard to make it easier to share imaging data across the HIE.
The founder of Northamber has sadly died after suffering a short illness
Structured training got nearly 1,000 National Australia Bank employees certified on AWS, while AWS-honed tactics such as two-pizza teams can help enterprises build up cloud know-how.
New integrations with Tableau that enable easier data management and Mapbox to provide street-level map views come with the latest platform update from Alteryx.
Here's what two vendors, Celonis and Signavio, offer in the emerging field of process mining software, which enables organizations to better understand business processes.
Job candidates will reject a job offer if the employer makes missteps in the recruiting process, a new HR survey reports.
Members of Scottish Parliament in the Justice Committee have welcomed the creation of a biometrics commissioner for Scotland, but want ensure that they have the ‘necessary teeth’ for the job
The Port of Rotterdam is creating an environment where autonomous ships will become the norm, through IoT and IBM Watson
Firm goes through second MBO in the space of 11 years as it changes investment backers
The last twelve months have been busy ones for SCC and its chief executive is keen to highlight its achievements
With the race to achieve so-called quantum supremacy hotting up, security pros are concerned that it will outpace the development of appropriate safeguards, according to a report
System will use place-based information on a range of transport-related issues and follows the announcement of a future of urban mobility plan
The IT workforce is getting younger, according to government IT workforce data. The reasons for this are subject to a debate that includes everything from age bias to a heavy reliance on foreign workers.
The threat actors behind Ryuk ransomware made changes to their code that have made the official decryption tool unreliable, according to security researchers.
AWS could play a bigger role in the cloud UC market in 2020 and beyond by targeting developers and existing AWS customers.
A cyberattack, later confirmed to be ransomware, hit the city of Pensacola, Florida on Saturday, and the city is currently in the process of responding.
Robotic process automation and data analytics are among the top priorities for IT leaders in the Asia-Pacific region in the new year
CIOs across Europe are under pressure to innovate to help businesses grow and must think differently as a result
The Post Office has settled its long-running legal dispute with subpostmasters, and will pay £57.75m in damages
The Welsh managed services specialist has won the opportunity to help its local university deliver a network fit for the demands of the 21st century
Lloyd's of London has secured funding for a modernisation programme that will start next year
Microsoft delivers the final batch of security fixes for the year with a Windows zero-day vulnerability getting top billing for administrators.
Ericsson research reveals consumers expect AI, VR and AR-enabled connected technology to interact with the senses of sight, sound, taste, smell and touch by 2030
Silver Peak has launched a cloud-based SD-WAN orchestrator that provides centralized control of multiple Unity Orchestrators deployed in separate locations.
Increasing support for those looking to deliver services is behind changes in partner programmes at both vendors
London’s local authorities lack strategy or budget to make next-gen networks a reality, according to Tech London Advocates
Mobile devices provide productivity benefits but introduce security concerns, a delicate balance for IT pros that surfaces in this year's list of most read stories.
Acquia's acquisition of AgilOne, a customer data platform specializing in analytics, shows it's serious about competing against CX platforms from Adobe, Oracle and SAP.
EHR vendor Cerner is expanding its relationship with AWS for added AI and machine learning capabilities as well as tools like a digital scribe that can translate speech to text.
Aerospike 4.8 adds full support for Intel's Optane persistent memory, enabling the NoSQL database to run both the index and data in memory for better overall performance.
SD-WAN tech provider enhances Unity EdgeConnect platform to respond to the evolving requirements of cloud-first enterprises looking to scale, automate and extend SD-WAN deployments across multiple fabrics
Every three months, the speed of artificial intelligence computation doubles, according to Stanford University’s 2019 AI Index report
Without some of the reasons to upgrade that have existed throughout this year being around for much longer the analyst house is warning of a soft second half to 2020 in the PC market
Vendor renews its relationship with HPE and adds DLL to the mix to provide channel finance options
Online technology giant Cisco introduces platform for the internet of the future based on $5bn of investment in areas covering silicon, optics and software, bringing the ability to support massively scaled enterprise networks and 5G networks
The number of women in the tech sector who think there is a “glass ceiling” has risen over the past year, according to research
Dynatrace is gung-ho about NoOps with training services and an open source tool for CI/CD automation, but may face skepticism from a wary enterprise IT audience.
Cisco's Silicon One chip launch demonstrates a willingness to embrace white box routers in the hyperscale data centers of cloud providers.
A new Citrix-AWS partnership could simplify application delivery. Analysts describe the news as sensible for the two companies.
At RSNA, AI in radiology was everywhere. Unlike in years past, image analysis was just the tip of the iceberg. Analysts from Frost & Sullivan give their take.
Featuring improvements to Explain Data, an AI product that aims to explain the reasons behind data points, the update is made up of 21 features.
Amazon storage plans include central management console in 2020 and support for more than 30 file systems over time, AWS VP of technology Bill Vass says.
Pivot3 Acuity automates data protection for self-healing node rebuilds. New Scale Computing HE150 HCI systems combine M.2 NVMe SSD, Scale networking software and Intel mini-PCs.
Microsoft has eschewed investments in Skype server in the hopes of convincing more customers to adopt cloud-based Microsoft Teams.
Several data backup vendors, including Carbonite, Commvault and Clumio, had a bustling 2019. The backup market continues to develop with acquisitions and more cloud-based products.
There's no such thing as a data science unicorn, U.S. government experts caution. You'll need more than programmers and technical expertise on your data science team.
The U.S. is launching an H-1B electronic registration system in March. It should make the process of applying for a visa easier, users say. That is if it works.
The release of Microsoft Teams for Linux is welcome news to software engineers, who have been pressuring Microsoft to support the open source operating system for years.
The U.S. Department of Defense has developed a five-level certification framework designed to vet the cybersecurity posture of potential contractors in an effort to avoid future risks.
By buying data prep vendor Paxata, DataRobot plans to fill out its machine learning and AI platform with tools to automate data prep processes and provide an underlying data fabric.
Australia-based property developer Lendlease is using digital twins and other technologies to break the bulwark of rising costs and declining productivity in the construction sector
3G to be switched off in 2022 by Telefónica Deutschland as it lays out strategy to drive growth with particularly aggressive plan to accelerate 5G development
Research shows products such as Amazon Echo and Google Nest will drive voice over LTE market growth
Pharmaceutical giant GSK confirms limited company contractors will be phased out from its workforce from early 2020, as it rushes to comply with the private sector IR35 reforms
Subpostmasters ended their legal battle with the Post Office at the optimal time, according to the lawyer that managed the High Court action
Contracting groups and trade associations say prime minister Boris Johnson must deliver on his party’s pledge to review the IR35 reforms and allay fears that it was an empty promise made to secure votes
Why manage buying your own gifts for geeks, when there are so many subscription gift box services that will do that kind of undifferentiated heavy lifting for you?
RSA Security joined forces with Yubico to eliminate passwords within the enterprise. RSA's Jim Ducharme explains what it will take to the reach the 'last mile' of the pursuit.
Managed service providers, consultancies and integrators are among the channel partners participating in CyberX's partner program; more news from the week.
The U.S. Army civilian HR operations is hoping for lower operational costs and improved services with a shift to the Microsoft Azure cloud.
SAP's influence is reflected in some new features Qualtrics revealed in its XM customer and employee experience measurement platform.
Chrome's updated, built-in protections are intended to help users protect their passwords and data against malware, data breaches and phishing sites, according to the company.
Vendors in the open source Cassandra NoSQL database market voice their concerns about AWS' entry into the field, as the cloud giant looks to expand its database portfolio.
Security vendors are looking to MSSPs to drive their business growth in 2020. Find out about MSSP initiatives at SonicWall, BlackBerry Cylance and Siemplify.