Australia’s finance department earmarks S/4 Hana as its ERP system to provide common financial and HR services across government
Wolverhampton embarks on project to build what is claimed to be “future-proof” full-fibre connectivity that will underpin the city’s next phase of technological transformation
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts got rid of its datacentre and put everything in the cloud, with Nasuni cloud NAS providing storage from which any user can restore files
Analyst Statista sees the increased arrival of driverless cars on global highways as proof of the curtain rising on the next act of mobility disruption
Committee on Standards in Public Life recommends that government departments make ethics a top priority when tendering artificial intelligence systems
As new disaster recovery automation tools emerge, vendors and industry analysts recognize a growing demand for simplifying what can be a tedious process.
Research from SolarWinds MSP takes a look at what is happening to managed service players on both sides of the Atlantic
The government has started building a prototype of what is planned to be a "user-centric" platform to access public services online
People who do jobs that are most likely to be automated through technology are unaware and unprepared of the impending threat to their livelihoods, with Nesta calling on the government to do more to up-skill those at risk
Xerox has increased its offer price for HP Inc from $22 to $24 per share, to acquire its rival for $36bn
Norway fears trading relationship with China will suffer as a result of Huawei losing 5G contract to Ericsson
After a few months in the hot seat, Ioan MacRae believes channel player Maintel has the weapons in its armoury to drive future growth
The Australian government is reviewing the nation’s cyber security strategy, but is it looking at the right issues?
Four members of China's military have been charged for hacking Equifax following a 2017 breach that compromised nearly 150 million Americans' personal information.
Top technologists and analysts predict 2020 storage hardware trends will center on NVMe-based flash, Optane persistent memory and MRAM memory.
Bringing disparate sets of data into data lakes for data analytics hasn't always been easy. Incorta tries to do it with its new 4.6 platform update.
GoodData says it is complying with the California Consumer Privacy Act. Meanwhile, founder and CEO Roman Stanek talks about why complexity is a key challenge for data analytics.
Members of the Scottish Parliament have said police use of live facial recognition technology is “not fit for purpose”
Mobile marketplace provider calculates that the secondary arena is set to grow from its current value of $25bn and reach $39bn by 2025 as manufacturers push devices to secondary channel
China's Tencent Cloud joins major cloud suppliers in securing tier three of Singapore’s Multi-Tier Cloud Security standard in a bid to grow its presence in Asia
Leading US communications provider Verizon opens first 5G-enabled facility outside home market to offer organisations a hub to develop, test and co-create 5G applications, hardware and experiences
UK telco enhances internet of things offering with Long-Term Evolution, category M1 network, said to be the first of its kind in the country
Avaya CEO outlines investment plans in cloud and says it “won’t be shaken easily”
A US federal grand jury has indicted four Chinese army personnel over the 2017 Equifax breach
Finnish comms technology firm Nokia reportedly instructed by Deutsche Telekom to improve products to be considered as Huawei replacement, but lands 5G RAN contract with Orange Slovakia
Distributor makes senior appointment to coordinate its digital distribution efforts, with plans to offload physical operations gathering pace
After a successful trial, retailer Marks & Spencer has expanded its mobile checkout-free offering to 50 stores around the UK
Salary rises for UK tech workers outstrip those in San Francisco and New York, according to career marketplace brand Hired
Just eight weeks before the IR35 reforms are due to be extended to the private sector, new research suggests contractors are planning to vote with their feet and leave their positions as blanket bans take hold
Security threats targeting Apple endpoints are growing more quickly than those targeting Windows machines, according to Malwarebytes
MI5 failed to disclose serious failures in the way it handled intelligence data to the Investigatory Powers Tribunal, the surveillance regulator and ministers.
Global provider of IoT connectivity solutions joins forces with CK Hutchison telecom division to expand its global IoT connectivity coverage and meet rising demand for connected devices
Akeneo PIM version 4.0 features digital asset manager, API-integrated connection modules and AI attribute mapping to better organize enterprise data.
Snowflake is looking to grow its data warehouse platform with new funding and a partnership with Salesforce that could differentiate its platform from rivals.
Solid growth for 2019 may help IFS take on SAP and other top-tier ERP vendors, but it faces the same problems in moving customers to innovative cloud-based systems.
SCVX's Mike Doniger and Hank Thomas discuss why they want to drive vendor consolidation in the cybersecurity industry and how they're planning to accomplish it.
IBM to bring together all non-mainframe storage arrays as FlashSystem product, with options from entry-level to petabyte-scale with NVMe flash and storage class memory
Members of Parliament seeking a public inquiry into the Post Office Horizon scandal face huge challenges, but pressure and time could force justice
A group of 16 local authorities was selected to receive the grant from NHS Digital to fund digital projects for adult social care
Finnish comms giant and Japanese operator reveal trials that they say successfully demonstrate that 5G technology can be safely and efficiently utilised for connected cars
Research from 5G engagements reveal where investment is strongest, the trends that are driving roll-outs and the road ahead for operators, network equipment manufacturers and device makers
The chances of Mobile World Congress happening later this month hang on a decision being made at the end of the week, but for World Wide Technology the lack of a show will not slow efforts to discuss the future of 5G
With contractors due to stage an anti-IR35 reform protest march at the Houses of Parliament today, stakeholders pen open letter to the Chancellor outlining their concerns about how the changes are affecting the self-employed sector
Microsoft released security updates for 99 unique vulnerabilities, including an Internet Explorer flaw the company had notified customers about last month.
Channel player updates its executive line-up days after undergoing a corporate rebranding
After an eventful January Patch Tuesday that marked the end of support for Windows 7, the February 2020 update is another whopper, fixing close to 100 vulnerabilities
Last year’s “Bandersnatch” Black Mirror episode on Netflix highlights a new opportunity for business, according to Accenture
The government has released its initial response to 2019’s Online Harms White Paper, setting out a number of decisions about how it will regulate harmful content on the internet
In its budget proposal, the Trump administration complains that hiring rules hurt its ability to hire those just out of college and can include unnecessary stipulations. It wants that to change.
With coronavirus cases now reported across the world, Emotet campaigns are exploiting legitimate fears to compromise their targets
German challenger bank N26 leaves the UK, saying Brexit is the reason behind the decision due to the removal of passporting rights
DR is no longer just about compliance, as enterprises find maintaining infrastructure uptime is critical to their business. This means DR for containers and SaaS, as well.
Infrascale's new CEO has his eyes on the 'multi-cloud' sky. The vendor plans to roll out updated backup and disaster recovery technology to its SMB base over the next year.
An obscure AI vendor sparked controversy for scraping social media for data to power a facial recognition platform that it sells to law enforcement agencies around the world.
Vendors specializing in data security, risk and compliance, and IAM raised the most funding in 2019, according to Momentum Cyber, a strategic advisor and investment bank for the cybersecurity industry.
Nutanix aims Karbon at 'mere mortals' who want to run Kubernetes in on-premises data centers, but it faces plenty of competitors preparing for containers that need persistent storage.
A new partnership combines Logitech's video systems with Crestron's hardware and software for AV system integration.
Pegasystems' new Pega Express low-code application development methodology helps business users and citizen developers to quickly create applications.
Tech buyers are frustrated and confused over network vendors' software subscription models. Some buyers say they're unconvinced the pricing models favor them.
The new Domo BI platform update features a new collaboration with AWS to enable users to work with third-party data and a low-code tool for developers.
Oracle and Microsoft have added to their cloud interconnect strategy with the addition of a high-speed, private connection between Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Azure in the EU.
Grafana Loki won't replace advanced log analytics tools, but it may be a boon for shops that want to collect massive amounts of log data for troubleshooting applications.
Sales Navigator adds features to create CRM contacts directly from LinkedIn, and content-tracking tools to see who's reading marketing materials salespeople send to customer leads.
BlackBerry's digital workspace offering is meant to strike a balance between connectivity, productivity and security, especially for IT admins who cater to a range of worker types.
Better pay and work/life balance are major reasons for tech workers to seek a new job, according to a new study
GitHub is staffing its local office with engineers and sales teams to tap the growing use of its software development platform by developers and enterprises in India
Hardware resellers looking for an angle to encourage some fresh laptop spending should take note of what’s happening on the storage front
Eight London startups will receive funding from the mayor to help democratise urban planning and combat violent extremism online
Google's purchase of analytics vendor Looker was approved by a United Kingdom regulatory agency, more than eight months after the acquisition was revealed.
The latest email campaigns identified by Proofpoint are spreading conspiracy theories about the coronavirus outbreak
VAST Data CEO has immense plans for storing big data on all-flash systems and predicts his startup's combination of storage class memory and consumer-grade QLC drives will make disk go the way of the dodo.
The UK’s entrepreneurial network, Tech Nation, has announced the winners of its scaleup competition
IBM merges Storwize and FlashSystem platforms to simplify its storage portfolio on updated Spectrum Virtualize software; adds Optane and Samsung Z-SSD options.
Business leaders are concerned that their digital strategies are not going to lead them in the right direction
Cisco is attempting to improve security for external collaboration in Webex Teams with a new feature for IT admins.
Experts say Google's Meena chatbot is a leap forward in conversational AI. But using it for websites and customer service will require all-new deployments and training methods.
Security researchers at MIT claim a mobile e-voting app piloted in several state elections is insecure, but the vendor has aggressively pushed back on the findings.
While waiting for HAMR to drop, we have more immediate spinning disk developments to watch out for in 2020, such as dual-actuator and shingled drives.
The Samsung Unpacked event may have focused on consumer-oriented announcements such as the unveiling of its foldable Galaxy Z Flip, but experts said it's a sign of what's to come.
With a small staff of engineers responsible for all of IT, a digital advertising firm needed help to smooth out the learning curve as it migrated from Mesosphere to Kubernetes.
Many MPs might not yet fully understand the suffering subpostmasters have endured because of the Post Office’s faulty IT system and its oppressive behaviour, but they will soon
Boris Johnson has changed all the key Cabinet appointments responsible for tech and digital policy for the second time since becoming prime minister last year
Siim Sikkut is one of a generation of tech native Estonians, who is turning his knowledge and experience to transforming government services
Vendor chooses to promote from within as it continues to put the right executives in place across a unified sales operation
C-suite decision-makers say businesses must rethink what is possible to survive and that technology, particularly the network, must be an enabler in the process
Restraining order prevents Microsoft doing any “substantial” work on the JEDI cloud contract as Amazon’s legal action against the US government gathers pace
The latest Cisco earnings report shows customers paused tech spending despite a stabler global economy, while the impact of the coronavirus outbreak in China was a looming unknown.
CSPs plan to simplify 5G network infrastructure with network slicing solutions, enabling a wide range of bespoke 5G B2B and B2C services
Security player looks to improve life for partners with more predictability and greater levels of support
Finnish comms tech firm to introduce 5G and offer network modernisation in France and Germany, while helping Telecom Argentina to meet enterprise customers’ internet-of-things needs
Firm has shared some of the highlights from its fiscal year, with the efforts of partners clearly delivering for it
Synopsys' Code Sight IDE plug-in provides capabilities for simultaneous static application security testing (SAST) and software composition analysis (SCA).
The new Applause Accessibility Tool helps developers write better apps for disabled users by automatically finding and fixing app accessibility issues in their code as they write it.
De Nederlandse Spoorwegen (Dutch Railways), ensures, among other things, that 1.2 million train passengers arrive at their destination every day. Through a subsidiary, it’s using data to improve both the customer experience and internal processes
Oracle adds news new services to its cloud infrastructure platform in a bid to provide data scientists, as well as data analysts, with data management and query functionality.
The new partnership will enable flexible scalability, support for mixed workloads and multi-cloud support. The goal is to provide actionable insights into data.
Survey claims to show lack of determination driving disconnect between communications service providers and business customers, threatening lucrative business-to-business 5G revenues
Ongoing spat between US and China intensifies after US Department of Justice accuses Huawei of racketeering and intellectual property confidentiality violations
Cisco collaboration and communications products generated less revenue this past quarter than they did one year ago, contributing to an 8% decline for the applications group.
Chef revamped its channel strategy and launched a new partner program. The new program addresses inconsistencies in the company's previous partnering approach.
The Arista-Big Switch deal adds significant software-defined networking technology to Arista's EOS operating system. Also, Arista will acquire 300 customers and dozens of engineers.
Chef Software's Habitat tool carved out a niche as it matured, among enterprise IT pros tasked with modernizing legacy data center apps.
Google Cloud has added more features to its single-tenant cloud deployment option, such as live migration for Windows BYOL scenarios, that cater to the needs of certain workloads.
An attack on affiliates of Boston Children's Hospital demonstrates how smaller healthcare organizations are often ill-prepared for cybersecurity incidents, according to experts.