A flurry of investments in quantum computing, datacentres and broadband connectivity is expected to shore up India’s technology industry from this year
Weeks after first revealing its Wi-Fi 6-enabled networks for sports stadia in leading American sports leagues, networking technology and services company takes on wireless and analytics for biggest game in US sport
Leading telco teams with Finish and Swedish comms tech giants as part of its ambition to realise a 5G network in France in 2020
David Turner will join the digital unit of the National Health Service in May 2020
Aiming to address operators’ challenges as 5G networks add new layers of technical complexity, Nokia announces automated and scalable management suite
A new feature in the NHS’s Edge4Health procurement platform will help NHS suppliers improve their cyber security posture and NHS organisations make better buying decisions
The government has refused to pay the huge legal costs subpostmasters incurred in their battle with the government-owned Post Office, which they won
With no firm plans for a managed departure from the Europe Union, the UK’s IT spending is set to be curbed, and CIOs will need to start cutting costs as IT budgets decline
The need to rein in costs while digitally transforming has led to growth in traditional and as-a-service base outsourcing
Just a few days after launching a fresh worldwide partner programme the security vendor has revealed the growth in its subscription offerings
UK mobile users’ demands evolve as operators hit sweet sport for speed and consumers calling loud and clear for greater emphasis on network reliability
Although SAP reported impressive revenue and cloud growth for 2019, it remains challenged to get the majority of its installed customer base onto S/4HANA.
Government also removes cap on the number of people who can enter the UK via the Exceptional Talent route
Will businesses find a use for -- and will developers build apps for -- Microsoft's upcoming dual-screen Surface Duo phone? Experts say they can only speculate for now.
Brexit has pushed the financial technology firm into moving London jobs to Ireland
National policing strategy sets a number of technological ambitions for the next decade, placing a particular emphasis on collaborative working and building common standards or frameworks
Microsoft Teams users took to Twitter to express frustration and sarcasm over a two-hour outage caused by an expired authentication certificate.
New Query Spotlight tool looks to provide visibility across a data analysis cluster into how a query performs over time and why it might have degraded performance.
Avalon Airport, located between Melbourne and Geelong in Victoria, is implementing self-service kiosks to improve passenger experience and operations
Synergy Research Group’s fourth-quarter look at the cloud infrastructure market reveals a huge jump in sequential spend since the third quarter
Research from Amdocs reveals that 5G marketing is working, but consumers still lack knowledge of the broader services it could enable
Privacy groups Liberty and Privacy International ask the Investigatory Powers Tribunal to order MI5 to disclose full details of ‘unlawful’ conduct, after classified documents reveal the spy agency failed to comply with surveillance laws
Printer player looks to make life easier and more profitable for partners with launch of fresh global programme
Swedish rail company tells Computer Weekly about its successful mission to improve customer experience
UK fintech gets validation from EIB through €20m loan which will contribute to building its smartphone app-based payments infrastructure
The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation is recommending regulation of social media algorithms as part of a drive to make user targeting safe and ethical
Google parent Alphabet has separated out the contribution its cloud arm makes to its overall business for the first time in its fourth-quarter financial results
Data specialist NetApp uses London event to highlight some of the key trends that are driving customer spending
Firm kicks off trade-in programme to encourage smaller companies to invest in fresh desktops and laptops
Acronis is set to launch Cyber Protect as it rides a wave of confidence based on increasing revenues and investor funding. Will the backup-plus-cyber protection calculation pay off?
UK mobile survey shows increasing user reliance on connectivity, with network operators needing to act now to ensure strong performance for consumer demands across work use cases
Standard support is being extended to 2027, while SAP will continue to offer extended support until 2030, in a bid to get businesses to migrate to S/4 Hana
Major milestone release of open source graph database platform enhances security with controls to limit the risk of data traversal and add multi-database support.
Salesforce acquires Evergage, which offers personalization and a customer data platform. Analysts say Salesforce bought the tech for the personalization -- not to add to its CDP.
Using Amazon’s artificial intelligence smarts, National Australia Bank has developed a unique brand voice that will greet customers who dial up its contact centre
HPE has scooped up Scytale, a startup that has developed a cloud-native security framework for highly distributed applications. While most enterprises don't need such capabilities today, HPE has taken a step that could serve them down the road.
Business Suite 7 will receive mainstream maintenance until 2027, a decision industry observers say reflects the difficulty of an S/4HANA migration.
Intel said it is ending development of its Nervana AI processors. The tech vendor will instead focus its efforts on its Habana Labs processors, which it acquired last year.
The coronavirus is making pandemic planning a business issue, once again. The last time businesses had to consider this problem was in 2009, with the H1N1 virus.
French cloud infrastructure supplier OVHcloud is investing more in India over the next few quarters as part of its regional expansion plan
Recent guidelines for NHSX sets out plans to define spending levels required so organisations can achieve digital aims
Crisis? What crisis? This is one analyst’s view of the potential effect on the bottom line of the infamous US trade ban on Huawei products and services in telecoms networks
Broadband provider says lighting Openreach’s Dark Fibre X with its own optical equipment will enable it to provide flexible connectivity speeds of up to 10Gbps
Vulnerabilities in the ZigBee internet of things networking protocol have left market-leading smart devices, including Philips Hue lightbulbs, open to exploitation
True cost of government order mounts up as Vodafone joins BT in taking hit worth hundreds of millions of pounds from requirement to remove Chinese technology from core infrastructure
Check Point’s Gil Shwed expands on a vision for the next 10 years of cyber security, which he calls Infinity Next
Infrastructure specialist CAE has delivered a strong set of numbers for 2019 under the leadership of its CEO and COO
The popularity and ubiquity of web-based apps such as Office 365 and Salesforce is a temptation too good to miss for cyber criminals
Sector is growing six times faster than economic growth overall, according to government figures
The Loan Charge All Party Parliamentary Group’s first meeting results in cross-party group of MPs quizzing contractors on their dealings with HM Revenue and Customs
ERP vendor Infor will soon be a subsidiary of Koch Industries, a $110 billion multinational firm.
Samsung created Stellus to develop new-fangled file system built on key-value storage and optimized for NVMe flash drives, scalability and high throughput.
New Cisco Talos research shows an increase in ransomware attacks that double the pressure on victims by threatening them with the exposure of their sensitive data.
Finnish-driven transport-as-a-service concept gets EU-wide appeal as a way of increasing customer satisfaction and reducing fuel consumption
Backup specialist wants to “win the cloud” as it pushes towards a cloud-focused vision that includes pay-for-what-you-use and multicloud after its acquisition last month
Armis Security disclosed five vulnerabilities, dubbed 'CDPwn,' in Cisco's Discovery Protocol, which impact 'tens of millions' of Cisco devices such as routers and IP phones.
Fraudsters tricked Brits into sending over £1m worth of goods to them that they hadn't paid for
Research from Kaspersky and Sophos reveals the risks that some smaller firms are running
McLaren Racing has enlisted Darktrace to become its official artificial intelligence cyber security partner
Quantum object storage will be used in conjunction with StorNext file system technologies to tackle unstructured data associated with streaming video and surveillance.
The network claims it will put social justice at the core of a multidisciplinary approach to artificial intelligence research
Avaya provided new details this week on the special features it will add to Avaya Cloud Office to make it different from RingCentral's product.
More executives have departed McAfee in recent months amid the departure of former CEO Chris Young, who was replaced by former BMC Software head Peter Leav last month.
MicroStrategy 2020, the latest version of MicroStrategy's analytics platform, was released Wednesday and includes updates to the vendor's embedded analytics tool.
Open source NoSQL database vendor Couchbase enters the cloud database market with a database as a service that lets users choose which public cloud vendor they want to use.
VMware moved its per-CPU licensing plan closer to competitors' per-core licensing plans by requiring one license for CPUs with 32 cores.
Workspot claims its new Cloud Desktop Fabric architecture will improve virtual desktop performance by connecting users to the cloud resources closest to them.
Vendor introduces simplified management structure, clearer rebate structures and improved online tools to support partner growth
Higher IT salaries were seen across the board in the region, with more than half taking home a bigger pay check last year
The House of Lords’ Economic Affairs Committee is calling for an immediate inquiry into the real-world impacts of the IR35 reforms on private sector businesses and contractors
Nominet’s latest CISO Stress Report has revealed the extent to which organisations are taking advantage of their security staff, and the deleterious effects of overwork and stress on mental health
Spanish global telco’s German division seals deal to gain funding to prop up development of mobile network within Europe’s largest country, 4G for rural areas and 5G for urban environments
Enterprises can now source and interview robots for IT service desk roles
Data specialist NetApp has seen its channel business hit record levels thanks to the growth in demand from the partner-facing customer base
Huge rise in users wanting on-demand content prompts internet backbone provider to deploy Cisco 400GE-ready network
Maritime & Coastguard Agency will examine whether drones can be used to aid missions by visiting rescue sites
As some longtime vendors struggle to keep up with the pace of innovation, customers stay loyal to longtime vendor MicroStrategy and its continually evolving platform.
A Dutch university has taken the difficult decision to pay hundreds of thousands of Euros to Russian hackers that compromised its systems through a ransomware attack
IT-style automated workflows are expanding to non-IT departments, even as business initiatives fuse with software projects. IT ops will support both, often with the same toolset.
Avaya will attempt to expand its partnership with RingCentral to include its upcoming CCaaS offering.
Avaya previews first unified communications-as-a-service product Cloud Office following partnership with RingCentral
Communications and media software and services provider extends its reign in Spain’s telco sector with business enhancement solutions for two leading telcos
Network security vendor Forescout Technologies was acquired for $1.9 billion by Advent International, a private equity firm looking to increase its cybersecurity investments.
5G projects begin to pay off for chip firm as it reveals strong start to the fiscal year in terms of revenue
Nordic industries are outsourcing more to support their internet of things and big data capabilities
Avaya is offering the messaging and meetings app Avaya Spaces for no additional charge to customers enrolled in its subscription licensing program.
Product testing company NSS Labs was acquired by private equity firm Consecutive, Inc., last October but neither company publicly announced the deal.
Salesforce, a pioneer in customer success, has laid off what is rumored to be more than 1,000 Customer Success employees.
As it opens nominations for its second annual Women in Software Powerlist, software bootcamp Makers calls for a “change in narrative” around women in tech
Responsible tech think tank recommends ways the government and digital platforms offering gig work can change to improve the lives of people using these technologies for work
Integration has given entertainment company Disguise visibility of its entire digital estate while also connecting its various pools of siloed data
Pete Rose will also act as deputy chief executive at the IT partner for the National Health Service
Partner programme tweaked to encourage more subscription, SaaS and cloud sales alongside new launches
Newly formed research body predicts global 5G enterprise mobile subscriptions will rise from 500,000 to 175 million by 2024
Kaseya CEO shares an upbeat assessment of the current managed services market and his revenue ambitions for the firm
Finland has a startup mentality running through its veins and its water, with an “all for one” attitude driving fledgling tech companies
Ahead of the 2020 Oscars, Kaspersky researchers say they found more than 300 files masquerading as the Joker movie
Internal memo reveals that bank could provide an Amazon Web Services-like cloud service to financial services companies
With the end of a BlackBerry devices licensing agreement, will the iconic smartphone brand disappear from the market? Experts discuss the company and its legacy.
Google will cancel third-party cookies by 2022, and is already eroding their value. Analysts and vendors predict what data strategies and technologies will replace it.
By subverting kernel memory settings in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10, the RobbinHood ransomware can now delete cyber security defences from target systems
The government is rolling out a tweak to the IR35 private sector reforms that it claims will give businesses more time to prepare, but stakeholders are unconvinced
French IT services firm Atos expanded its global Google Cloud partnership with the purchase of Chicago-based Maven Wave; other channel news from the week.
App testing is crucial to ensuring that mobile apps are ready for mission-critical systems such as the mobile app that failed during the Iowa caucuses.
Launched during the Davos World Economic Forum, IBM's Policy Lab seeks to unite governments and businesses on creating and adopting more regulation of AI.
Dynatrace has expanded the number of metrics it can feed into its Davis AIOps engine from Kubernetes infrastructure, thereby enhancing autoremediation features for container workloads.
Heading into a new fiscal year, Dell Technologies rolled out nondisruptive changes to its three-year-old channel program. The company also highlighted a streamlined GTM strategy.
The kiosk features a prize wheel, treasure hunts and themed quizzes to engage and interact with shoppers while promoting in-store loyalty programs.
LightStep hones its observability software with its new Service Health for Deployments feature, which helps developers find and fix service health issues.
If the coronavirus isn't contained, it may prove disruptive for a long period of time. Pandemic planning should be underway, business research groups say.
The new starter app features tips for new Trailhead Playground users, along with an easier way to install packages from AppExchange and receive login credentials.
Kubernetes platform security has supplanted container-level security for enterprises such as retail software vendor Aptos as they deploy microservices in production.