Tata Group’s financial services arm has been migrating branch walk-ins and voice calls to self-service digital channels staffed by chatbots as it expands its digital footprint
The ThoughtSpot Embrace BI platform could put SAP HANA data into the hands of business users.
The criminal charges against former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan were the latest development in the ongoing scandal over the ride-sharing company's concealment of a 2016 data breach.
Security is baked into most low-code development platforms, but developers still need to pay attention to security issues and test for vulnerabilities.
Cisco discovered attempted exploitation of a high-severity vulnerability found in the IOS XR software used in some of its networking equipment.
Some companies are reducing their enterprise architecture teams or reassigning staff to other IT tasks to cope with budget tightening in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
Being black, a woman and bisexual gives long-time diversity and inclusion consultant Risha Grant a clear perspective on issues many high-tech companies have in creating racial harmony.
Indonesia’s largest bank has built a big data platform to track transactions and monitor the health of its workforce, among other big data analytics initiatives
In a time of deep uncertainty, startups with their own streams of revenue independent of investors and large corporates will have more options and be in a much stronger negotiating position
Leading business organisations in Norway call on government to play a more active role in improving and coordinating the country’s cyber defences
Long-awaited response to July 2019 consultation highlights private sector demands for digital identity support from government
With the backing of its new owners, the distributor has begun to flex its muscles and has picked an acquisition target to bolster its Asian presence
Flash storage maker says unified storage in file and object is what is needed for contemporary analytics and AI workloads, while it launches a new all-QLC version of FlashArray//C
Salesforce Field Service users can better pinpoint arrival times for their customers as well as other new capabilities coming in the Winter '21 Release.
The bank hopes to double the speed of software development, testing and deployment to support applications for clients
Analyst house Context has found that it is able to reveal the different reactions across Europe to working back in the office by charting the sales of toner
Tech conferences may seem like welcoming environments, but a study from IT services vendor Ensono reveals their structure can make women feel like outsiders.
Datadobi's DobiProtect replication product lets customers store business-critical unstructured data in its native format in an air-gapped, limited-access vault.
Lockdown breakout video conferencing provider continues hot streak through second quarter of 2020, racking up record revenues of over half a billion dollars
Cognizant has agreed to acquire 10th Magnitude, a Microsoft Azure cloud consultancy based in Chicago, offering another sign of a thawing IT services merger and acquisition market.
Large ransomware attacks on major enterprises have dominated the news, but security experts say there are other alarming trends.
Capita integrates What3words app into its emergency services control centre platform to help respondents identify the exact location of people who need help
Tech investors have received some cheer from Computacenter and some guidance around a possible sale from MSP Redcentric
BCS is calling for higher ethical and professional standards in algorithmic development to ensure public trust in future government information systems
Report reveals extent of wireless WAN use, demand for 5G and how wireless connectivity will play a big part in businesses’ efforts to recover from the economic damage of Covid-19
New Zealand visual effects studio plans to migrate most of its infrastructure to Amazon Web Services and tap machine learning and analytics to deliver projects more quickly
The latest version of ThoughtSpot's platform features new capabilities fueled by AI and machine learning along with new data management tools.
The UK government is backing a quantum computing project that will provide businesses with access to the technology
IDC offers more evidence of how Covid-19 has changed the face of work in the US, with CIO investment in mobile-based management and security systems to take precedence in 2020 and beyond
The new Microsoft Word transcription feature makes crafting notes from an audio file a more streamlined process. The service is available with a Microsoft 365 subscription.
Some exams cancelled as university appoints external specialists to investigate incident
The two firms combined will be able to offer a greater depth of migration support to customers
Fashion brand Asos has launched a campaign on TikTok to bring awareness of its products to a wider audience
The State of Guernsey’s ongoing push to revamp how it delivers digital services to its citizens continues apace with the completion of two new datacentres on the island
Flash pioneer aims QLC-equipped ExaDrive NL at AI/ML, analytics, media streaming and archiving use cases. Nimbus eschews NVMe for well-established SAS and SATA connectivity
Azure Spring Cloud has reached general availability as a service that enables Spring Boot developers to build and run Java apps on Microsoft's Azure cloud platform.
After a false Russian news report circulated on the internet, CISA and the FBI released a joint statement that denied any hacks to election security.
The Bloomberg Storage Engineering team built an internal storage cloud that has withstood great trading volatility during the pandemic and keeps 'infrastructure out of the way.'
Microsoft users have taken to a forum to demand threaded replies to Teams messages. The feature for organizing group conversations is already possible on Slack and Webex Teams.
Certis has developed more than 50 applications in a year to help employees do their jobs better and has set up an AI centre to tap the potential of robotics and video analytics in security
Sudden changes in priorities, poor network visibility and lack of time cited by Juniper Networks as key issues for security professionals struggling to cope with new norms
Former digital and data chief at Centrica, Daljit Rehal, takes the helm at HMRC as chief digital and information officer
Latest edition of Hiscox’s annual cyber readiness report suggests UK businesses are among those worst affected by the financial fallout from cyber attacks
Boost for rural phone coverage in programme clearing 700MHz spectrum of radio waves for 5G, with spectrum to be auctioned off in bid to deliver nearly 20% more capacity for mobile services
Tech Nation study finds UK businesses are in a strong position to take advantage of global tech growth
RiskIQ has identified that variations in software tools used for Magecart ecommerce site attacks are based on kits from the same group
Customers can now order M&S food through online supermarket Ocado’s website as part of an ongoing partnership between the two retailers
Annual assessment of global broadband speeds calculates that the gap is widening between the leaders and the laggards, with the countries focusing on pure fibre achieving the most success
The U.S. is nearing a final decision on a job matching platform to improve the odds that military veterans, who are leaving the service, will find the right civilian occupation.
Insurance companies know they must prioritise digital investment and are planning in-house development to help make up lost ground
Vendor continues with its policy of buying expertise in a bid to enhance its AV and collaboration offering across Europe
The online retail giant’s UK workforce looks set to expand to 40,000 employees by the end of 2020, as its network of fulfilment centres continues to grow
The UK has a growing need for cyber skills as a result of the pandemic, but few IT professionals have the skills firms actually need
Charity Good Things Foundation has been given £500,000 by the National Lottery Fund to help 4,000 digitally excluded people gain technology skills
Startup Xealth's platform enables providers to prescribe patients with anything from a remote patient monitoring device to a food delivery service. The tech also benefits CIOs.
Research from Aruba signals a shift in customer appetite for more subscription-based services
Quarantines and lockdowns due to pandemic are presenting a headwind for the enterprise WLAN market, with falls in first quarter persisting over the next three months of the year
The tape data storage market has confronted a major legal issue and a pandemic. Buoyed by strong archival use and offline protection, capacity shipments rose last year.
New no-code data modeling and new text mining capabilities are featured in the latest platform update from Alteryx, which the vendor unveiled for general availability on Sept. 1.
Ahead of the 2020 United States presidential election, Microsoft released Video Authenticator, an AI-powered tool to help identify deepfake images and videos.
Zoom reports a massive expansion in small and big businesses, as the company's revenue and income increase exponentially.
IT pros in high-scale environments have found that moving to Kubernetes-based infrastructure called for a fresh approach to monitoring for performance and security.
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency gives a directive for federal agencies to establish vulnerability disclosure policies in the next 180 calendar days.
McDonald's uses the Google Cloud Platform to drive its personalized marketing efforts, which has helped the company grow and know its customers better.
Companies that specialize in the Microsoft cloud ecosystem are very much in demand as the IT services merger and acquisition market kicks into higher gear.
At Mendix World, low-code app dev platform provider Mendix laid out plans to build up its ecosystem of third-party low-code tools in hopes of broadening its appeal to developers.
Amid a leadership change, Genesys retools cloud strategy, adds partnerships with Infosys, Adobe and others as its relationship to Amazon and AWS veers toward 'co-opetition.'
Bank customers warned of emails and SMS messages that direct them to a fraudulent site and then request account log-in details
Nordic comms tech giant’s WaveFabric supports power grid expansion with resilient, scalable optical network
The shift to online learning saw an increase in participants for its CyberFirst cyber security training programme, GCHQ found
The proliferation of new platforms and work behind schedule is among the list of concerns cited in a leaked memo
As UK government mulls programme to encourage big return to the office, survey finds that commuting time has been swapped for work time as homeworkers notch up almost a month in overtime
Following a review of the tech sector, the Scottish government is creating five technology hubs to support startups in the country, aiming to support 300 startups by 2025
Low-code player sets out plans to expand its marketplace in the new year to offer partners more apps and ISVs a chance to get more involved
London Tech week's virtual event is another sign of how the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated digital transformation
National Audit Office report finds government did not plan adequately for Brexit and needs to be better prepared to deal with uncertainty and improve communication, engagement and planning
London tech startups are feeling the effects of the economic slowdown brought on by Covid-19, but there is a huge opportunity for those with the right focus
The UK’s third national digital infrastructure platform provider teams up with telco on backhaul project
HotelBeds has switched from its legacy suppler to a licensed service in an effort to reduce API management costs after traffic doubles
A l'occasion du Sido, qui se déroulait à Lyon cette semaine, l’ESN Codit est revenue sur trois projets soulignant chacun l'échelle des projets IIoT et les défis qui les accompagnent.
The £7.2m fund will support UK university research into supporting refugees and children affected by the global health crisis