Manchester will play host to a week-long cyber security training event during February
Despite the continuing controversy around its use, the Metropolitan Police will be deploying live facial recognition across the capital
As well as equipment, a priority is to increase the provision of training for teachers in the use of technology, according to a new study
While the number of deals being struck in the datacentre market hits new highs, the average deal size shrinks for the second year in a row
Telco Orange’s roadmap for Europe in 2020 reveals the power of convergence and the need for ecosystem partnerships
Digital unit outlines work that has been done to address the shortcomings of screening IT programmes
The police have been asked to consider information from a High Court judge questioning evidence given by Fujitsu staff in criminal trials of Post Office subpostmasters
The digital arm of the National Health Service confirms the system moves are the first of many service migrations it is planning to undertake
Manchester-based business is looking to build on its existing managed services offering adding more staff to support its ambitions
New legislation developed by DCMS and the NCSC may help guarantee the security and privacy of users of consumer IoT devices
UK national broadband infrastructure provider ramps up programme to deliver full-fibre to 200 locations, mainly towns and villages hitherto not passed by network
General insurance firm says customers will receive answers to commonly asked questions by invoking the skill on Alexa or Google Home Assistant
Quantum says tape's main perk is as an air-gapped defense against ransomware. Its new Ransomware Protection Packs combine tape libraries with a built-in, off-network vault.
The UK’s final decision on whether to permit mobile operators to use Huawei equipment is expected imminently, and its decision will have ramifications far beyond the technology sphere
As developer demand for GraphQL continues to grow, vendors such as MongoDB and RapidAPI are adding support for the API query language in their core products.
Retail chain Sheetz simplified its technology on the edge with StorMagic hyper-converged infrastructure software, reducing seven devices at each site to two servers running SvSAN.
Who has moved into a fresh job in the past seven days? We highlight some of those making moves in the industry in the past week
Cisco’s 2020 data privacy study shows organisations can generate substantial returns on their data privacy and protection spending
Cisco shops might welcome new integrations between AppDynamics AIOps tools and Cisco Intersight management software, but whether they will draw in other users is uncertain.
Data is more widely dispersed in enterprise clouds than most organisations think, and as a result they are at risk of losing control of it, according to a report
Prosecutions are a significant step closer to being sent to the Court of Appeal as Criminal Courts Review Commission forms a group of commissioners to review them
The channel could take advantage of a day when data privacy comes under the spotlight
Long-standing recycling schemes and print management designed to reduce paper wastage are just some of the efforts the industry has made over the years to increase sustainability
New tools claimed to help businesses push their boundaries by reimagining their applications, empowering their teams, securing their data and transforming their infrastructure
Cisco Cyber Vision is the networking company's latest product for industrial IoT security. The technology is based on software Cisco acquired last year when it bought Sentryo.
The Veeam partner ecosystem includes a multitude of small firms, which has created an acquisition opportunity for J2 Global, a cloud services and digital media firm.
Live facial recognition will be rolled out operationally by the Met Police, but police monitoring group Netpol believes it will hamper people’s ability to exercise their rights to protest
Local operators breathe huge sigh of relief as UK government allows potentially high-risk telecoms equipment suppliers continued ability to supply essential technology for 5G radio network
Three alleged cybercriminals suspected of being associated with Magecart were arrested in Indonesia via an Interpol-assisted operation called Operation Night Fury.
About eight in 10 IT professionals in Australia and New Zealand earned more over the past year while 23% were rewarded with a bonus, survey finds
Researchers unveiled a new speculative execution attack that leaks data from most Intel microprocessors and gives attackers greater control over what data is leaked.
Five years after going private, Informatica has a new CEO and an updated data platform with new data management capabilities to better enable business users.
ServiceNow will acquire Passage AI, a startup conversational AI vendor, in an effort to further develop existing conversation capabilities in its chatbots.
New research reveals the majority of CISOs working in the financial services sector are increasingly concerned about the potential use of deepfakes
The Coronavirus outbreak is having a direct impact on Apple’s supply chain and its Chinese retail stores and channel partners
Matt Hancock, secretary of state for health and social care, has launched a £140m competition for AI healthcare technology providers
Wide-ranging advice is provided in a guide that covers all stages of projects, from evaluation through to post-implementation
L’agence propose un nouveau service d’audit et de conseil en sécurité de l’annuaire pour les organisations relevant de ses prérogatives, en s’appuyant sur des outils éprouvés. Une façon de répondre à la rareté des compétences.
Context shares more findings from its ChannelWatch report with resellers looking for more support from their distie partners
Ransomware attacks against the NHS have tapered off dramatically, according to statistics obtained under FoI legislation, but this does not mean the threat has diminished
The CEO of online accountancy consultancy InniAccounts has written to the chancellor of the exchequer, Sajid Javid, to call for legislation to be passed that will ensure enterprises take time to individually assess tax status of contractors
In December, Oracle won its day in court – but a poll reveals a sales tactic based on audit threats combined with heavy cloud discounts
Patients can check in, make payments and input personal and demographic information via tablets with Clearwave Connect, the company's third patient check-in tool.
European countries follow UK’s lead and give member states the ability to ban or limit so-called high-risk telecoms equipment suppliers from 5G networks
Forsa allows customers to bring application data into memory, by provisioning DRAM or persistent memory as block access storage with latency several times better than NVMe flash
Dell Technologies storage president and GM offers exclusive glimpse into CTO Council's yearlong research project with predictions for 2020 and beyond.
A new transcription service from Cisco will help users take notes during Webex meetings.
The way to keep millennials around is through better pay, according to a new LinkedIn study. And compensation remains a top attrition-reducing tool all around, but it's not necessarily the most important one.
Google App Maker, the company's low-code development tool, will be shut down in January 2021. Google offers users alternative options for users to switch to as App Maker sunsets.
Big Blue rolled out another member of its IBM Power9 server family targeted at corporate users who are ready to move beyond the training phase of their AI projects to the deployment phase.
OpenText's chief product officer discusses how the recently acquired Carbonite -- which had recently acquired Webroot -- fits into the content services provider's product roadmap.
Tibco Spotfire's natural language generation capabilities received an upgrade as Tibco revealed an integration with Arria NLG Studio for BI.
VMware says the layoffs will allow the company to better focus on helping corporate users figure out their multi-cloud strategies and affected workers may be reassigned.
EHR vendor Epic is stirring the privacy and data access debate once again as proposed rules from ONC and CMS are under review at the Office of Management and Budget.
Dynamic Assignment is a new feature in the Totango Spark that allows service providers to quickly sift through customer success managers to find one who will exactly fit a customer's needs.
The UK’s cyber security industry employs 43,000 full-time workers, and contributed nearly £4bn to the UK economy in 2019, according to DCMS
DXC Technology’s CTO for Asia-Pacific talks up efforts to support the region’s enterprises that are in varying stages of digital transformation
Microsoft declines to comment on a local media report that the site of its Israel datacentre campus has been subject to stoppage notices after two accidents there in two days
Contributors to UKCloud's public sector-focused State of Cloud Adoption report flag barriers to using off-premise technologies, but could adopting a multi-cloud strategy assist with overcoming them?
Samsung and Huawei dominate the 5G device market in 2019, but analyst warns that expected and necessary competition could be curtailed by the current coronavirus outbreak
With the UK just hours away from officially leaving the EU it looks like many SMEs are gearing up to start spending on tech
Armed with $4 million in new seed funding, startup Kloud.io aims to expand its engineering and marketing efforts to fuel the growth of its no-code analytics platform.
Azure powers Microsoft’s Q2 2020 earnings, but the company is not only seeing a boost from Windows 365, but also extended Windows 7 support
A trio of vendors have shared their latest quarterly results with the channel getting a mention
Mobile device trade-in programmes give billions of dollars back to owners for seemingly old and unwanted devices, and could be key to sparking 5G device uptake
Avast will close its Jumpshot big data unit following repeated allegations of inappropriate handling of customer data
With fibre-to-the-home penetration limited to less than a fifth of total global households, huge opportunity opens up for the whole 5G fixed wireless broadband market, including customer premises equipment
Kaspersky has reported the first incidences of cyber security threats playing on fears of the emerging coronavirus
Print vendor makes acquisition to give it more options across the European SME market
The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre wants to improve the diversity of the cyber security sector
Troubled operator Northern Rail will attempt to improve services by using technology as it is brought under government control
Entrepreneurial network Tech Nation has announced its Upscale 5.0 cohort as the UK scaleup ecosystem continues to grow
Zoom Phone users are getting new ways to use the product with Zoom Meetings, as the vendor continues to build out its nascent UCaaS service.
The acquisition will add a new layer to Infor CloudSuite Healthcare and better position the ERP vendor to take on competitors like Epic.
With an initial public offering on the horizon, DevOps lifecycle software vendor GitLab is aiming to expand its partner strategy under a new vice president of global channels.
Even though DR testing is a low-cost way to ensure readiness, businesses don't do it enough. Roadblocks include limited time, stretched IT teams and basic human nature.
As Veeam takes aim at the U.S. market and the world of hybrid cloud, users could see enhanced products and technology now that it's under the ownership of Insight Partners.
At Acumatica Summit 2020, the cloud-based ERP company announced new manufacturing features, a new Payroll module and a new acquisition of JAAS Systems.
An enhanced LogicMonitor AIOps toolbox offers partners new sales opportunities and training, LogicMonitor said. The new AIOps tools come from the vendor's buyout of Unomaly.
SCVX, a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), raised $230 million this week in its initial public offering and will look to acquire a major cybersecurity vendor.
Dell EMC Isilon release clarifies the vendor's cloud direction. OneFS 8.2 supports files up to 16 TB and Kubernetes deployments for extracting data for real-time analytics.
ERP projects often run into delays and cost overruns, but some actually fail. That's what happened to one Florida-based manufacturing firm.
Payment card information from customers of the convenience store chain Wawa has reportedly gone up for sale on the dark web, though questions about the breach remain.
Analysts and vendors predict what will shake cloud storage in the coming months, from customer rebellion against egress fees to DNA archiving of data for thousands of years.
During a review of whether the government should introduce a points-based system for migration, the Migration Advisory Committee claims the current Tier 1 system for exceptional talent is not fit for purpose
Amazon Web Services posts fourth-quarter revenue of $9.95bn for the three months to 31 December 2019 as speculation persists about the rising threat from Microsoft
Beverley White takes over as Albert Ellis steps down after 14 years leading the IT recruitment and services firm
Telco BT reveals the price to pay to meet the UK government’s new regulations around restricting ‘high-risk’ telecoms equipment suppliers in the nation’s 5G radio network
Former CEO of Red Hat and IBM’s cloud chief are now heading up Big Blue as it moves forward to a multicloud, hybrid computing future
The independent hotel operator in the Australian Capital Territory has saved IT manpower and costs by moving from an on-premise hospitality management system to a cloud-based application
Hardware player brings in former Riverbed channel executive with a history of working with partners to drive growth across the ecosystem
The NCA has made three arrests in Belfast and London following an investigation into money laundering linked to a cyber heist on a bank in Malta
It was a tough year, but smartphone big guns fire in fourth quarter of 2019, driven by resurgent Apple’s iPhone 11, and industry set for further spike in 2020
Tech chief says Estonia’s door is open to UK IT professionals if they want to continue enjoying an EU lifestyle
Quantum StorNext storage will be available as a software-only license for any server hardware this year, targeted at companies that create large volumes of rich media.
The number of Office 365 customers also using G Suite has risen in recent years, according to a report by single sign-on vendor Okta.
BP is understood to have begun notifying its self-employed workforce about its plans to terminate PSC engagements from 31 March 2020, in anticipation of the IR35 reforms coming into play the following month
Longtime executive Arvind Krishna will replace IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst has been named IBM president. Analysts expect them to make AI acquisitions.
Microsoft's new health AI initiative may do some good for partner nonprofit and academic healthcare groups, but it may raise some data privacy concerns as well.
Enterprise executives ranked people-related challenges as harder to solve than technical issues in a new cloud adoption study; more IT channel news from the week.
The once-stable virtualization market is changing as some vendors begin to think more about workspaces. In this Q&A, IDC's Shannon Kalvar talks about what it all means.
Target rebuilt its technology stack from the inside under CIO Michael McNamara's watch, and plans to further refine its digital e-commerce experience.
Experts predict edge computing, 5G and containers will fuel computational storage, new storage systems dedicated to container-based applications, and flash-based object stores.
Nexsan Assureon 8.3 ramped up retrieval speeds, making it suitable for backup and DR. However, relying on the archive appliance for multiple use cases carries its own risks.