NTT’s analytics and cloud capabilities stood up to the test amid crashes and poor weather conditions during the first stage of this year’s Tour de France
Microsoft confirms it is dropping out of the running to acquire the US operations of TikTok, leaving the way clear for an imminent partnership deal with Oracle
Survey finds that internet of things decision-makers regard security as a short-term focus and see 5G as able to ‘transform the industry” in the medium to long term
Data management player Veritas believes that its latest NetBackup product will encourage its partners to really pitch the proposition differently from the competition
Cameyo is signalling the chance for partners to add some value for those customers that are not prepared to go fully into a virtual desktop deployment
Chris Davies, managing director of Sandler Training, has some sound advice for those in the channel trying to ramp up their digital marketing efforts
TechUK was among the organisations that have welcome the ‘historic’ trade deal between the UK and Japan that is expected to boost trade by £15bn a year
The Fintech Pledge initiative is designed to foster closer collaboration between banks and fintechs so that the UK can continue building a globally competitive fintech ecosystem
Tech giant Google will develop tools to help datacentre managers measure and reduce the company’s carbon footprint
European Union announces ‘milestone’ in project developed and set up by T-Systems and SAP to ensure that member states’ apps will work seamlessly across borders, meaning users will only need to install one app for use across EU countries
Quarter of a million rural homes and businesses across England have been given access to more financial help to get super-fast and above broadband speeds up to gigabit
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will be held under special administrative measures if extradited to the US, said Eric Lewis, a US legal expert, effectively placing him in solitary confinement
Nvidia's acquisition of U.K. chipmaker Arm, if approved by regulators, will greatly expand Nvidia's reach in the CPU market, especially in IoT and mobile devices.
The U.S. Air Force has agreements with multiple learning management vendors to upgrade its technical training. It wants its personnel to use the same tools as the private sector.
The new Android 11 release keeps work and personal information separate, while limited permissions give users greater control of their data.
Real-world DevSecOps centralizes IT security around the CI/CD pipeline but defines separate roles that each IT constituency plays in securing apps and infrastructure.
Karbon Platform Services claims to ease container deployments in public and hybrid cloud environments in the emerging Kubernetes platform war
MEPs and NGOs say they have been denied access to observe extradition proceedings against WikiLeaks founder in Central Criminal Court
Data on all 18,105 people in Wales who have received positive tests for the coronavirus was uploaded to a public-facing web server in error
Companies aim to join forces to provide clean energy for Azure datacentres, smart cities and other energy consumers
Distributor welcomes a fresh CEO to take the helm and keep the firm’s growth coming
Joint venture proposal could create thousands of jobs and secure TikTok’s future outside China
Data management player aims to make life simple for MSPs looking to help keep customers data protected and managed
Dell layoffs started this week and may extend to next year. It is the latest among IT infrastructure vendors to tighten budgets amid COVID-19.
Object storage specialist – with file storage capability – aims at tier-1 use cases such as AI/ML, content delivery and some backup tasks with all-flash upgrade to Scality Ring 8
Channel player releases H1 numbers that show impact of Covid-19 but also reveal progress made in changing revenue sources
Database stores, cloud storage and myriad other services are being put at risk by the accidental exposure of company access keys during development
Microsoft concludes multi-year research project into practicalities of running underwater datacentres with positive findings about the sustainability and reliability of sub-sea server farms
Growth accelerates in UK full-fibre network, with 32,000 homes and businesses gaining full-fibre broadband access every week
The evolving threat landscape is the top driver impacting cyber security during the next three to five years, and Covid-19 has accelerated the trend towards more agile security deployments
Nvidia announced a $40 billion deal to buy chip designer Arm Limited. Now, it must convince regulators and smartphone makers that it will keep the company neutral.
Gartner's 2020 Security & Risk Management Summit focused on the importance of privileged access management to cybersecurity as threat actors increasingly target admin credentials.
Two surveys, one conducted before the UK coronavirus lockdown, one after, show a shift in attitudes among employees towards modern IT
State agencies in Western Australia will be able to tap Azure cloud services and cloud applications through a new Microsoft agreement
Singapore’s Health Promotion Board has developed a programme with Apple to encourage healthy living following a similar partnership with Fitbit last year
New connections built to provide 100Gbps optical and Ethernet services will enable SSE Enterprise Telecoms to reach more than 90 datacentres across the UK
Public cloud player shares research that reveals that those in the channel selling cloud are experiencing faster growth than those that are not
Lorca inducts Splunk onto its co-marketing programme, giving security scaleups access to new data expertise
German financial exchange firm provides an update on its progress in its move to embrace a hybrid IT and multicloud future
Fraudsters are using the Covid-19 crisis to trick people into transferring money to them
US state taps leading Irish developer of contact-tracing technology for free app using Google/Apple platform and protecting user privacy
A huge spike in online retailers being hacked with Magecart credit card skimmers is being blamed on unsupported versions of Adobe Magento
Weekly orders for online grocer Ocado increased in the third quarter of 2020 as customers settle into online shopping behaviour
Vendor launches Amplify Impact programme to encourage more diversity and inclusion across the industry
Pure Storage container support includes the Pure Service Orchestrator. Portworx will operate as a new Pure Cloud Native business unit focused on storage for cloud apps.
Protecting voter data has its own unique challenges compared with enterprise data. Experts say even unsuccessful attacks can sow seeds of doubt and propagate misinformation.
IBM has ambitions to build a million-plus quantum computer. To get there, it is building a fridge bigger than anything commercially available
Telecoms equipment supplier extends platform capabilities complementing private wireless connectivity while simplifying deployment of 5G network infrastructure
At this week's Apple Event, the company unveiled an iPad Air powered by the company's fastest A14 processor. Apple also introduced the eighth-generation iPad.
Latest quarterly report into global colocation market trends from Synergy Research Group shows hyperscale demand for datacentre capacity remains concentrated within major cities, despite push for more edge sites.
Among a slew of coming upgrades, Box Inc. goes after Microsoft's government business with FedRAMP High certification.
Investigative journalist John Goetz said today that WikiLeaks held back publication of thousands of documents that could harm individuals
Flash storage pioneer believes container storage is the next frontier and pays big money for container persistent storage software provider Portworx in deal set to close this month
Research from Independent Networks Cooperative Association reveals surge in demand from members to provide wholesale broadband services across the UK
Snowflake goes public in a big way on the New York Stock Exchange, raising more than $3 billion as enterprises increasingly move data and analytics workloads to the cloud.
In a COVID-19 pandemic world with new security threats and risks emerging, Gartner analysts discussed the urgency of securing access and devices for remote employees.
Amazon's virtual career day put the best possible face on the firm in its push to fill 33,000 corporate and tech jobs as well as 100,000 operations jobs.
Docker Enterprise Container Cloud keeps pace with recent trends in Kubernetes management, such as multicluster and multi-cloud support but faces stiff competition.
IBM outlined plans to deliver a series of quantum computers over the next three years culminating with IBM Quantum Condor, a 1,121-qubit system capable of solving complex problems.
New alert and updated guidance comes after several academic institutions were targeted in ransomware attacks
At its annual Apsara conference, Alibaba Cloud debuts a thin-client computer and a logistics robot that can carry 50 packages in one go
Italians are the most open to human augmentation, but one-third of people in the UK believe it is unacceptable
Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked highly classified documents that changed the course of the Vietnam War in the 1970s, says WikiLeaks exposed a serious pattern of US war crimes
A fresh attempt to judicially review the government’s controversial disguised remuneration policy is being launched, and its backers have already secured 85% of the £180,000 needed to test whether the loan charge breaches EU law
The Department for Work and Pensions has released an update of the efforts made in the past six months across key digital services, with progress accelerating due to the pandemic
Attacks by APT41, or Wicked Panda, targeted hundreds of organisations, including the UK government
Swedish bank is increasing investment IT to improve digital banking as it reduces its branch network
Data crunched by Gartner analysts reveals the behaviours that differentiate the top-performing chief information security officers from the pack
Saudi Arabian CIOs have been forced to increase their security posture as the Covid-19 pandemic transforms working methods
With the future of business increasingly driven by smart things, applications and digital services that use data for transformational purposes, CenturyLink is undergoing its own transformation
Psychologist and co-founder of NGO the Iraq Body Count told a court that Julian Assange insisted on stringent redaction of hundreds of thousands of documents which revealed civilian deaths in the Iraq war
New research from the Sophos threat response team has found the Maze ransomware gang has adopted techniques pioneered by the cyber criminals behind Ragnar Locker
Datto’s CEO shares insights into the progress that the managed service provider community has made since lockdown restrictions eased
At a TechUK Building the Smarter State event, government IT leaders shared their experience of the coronavirus crisis, and their thinking about how future service delivery will aim to be more joined-up for citizens
The latest apps for Extreme's cloud-based network management portal include intrusion prevention , IoT onboarding and compliance testing for the wireless LAN.
SD-WAN specialist looking to get more global partners in a position to deliver the networking technology
Primarily used as a disk repository, object storage use cases are evolving to support workloads that need fast flash. Rivals Cloudian and Scality provide the latest evidence.
Docker Enterprise users say plans to allow Docker Swarm to run on a Kubernetes back end could provide both ease of use for developers and granular infrastructure control for ops.
A Sophos investigation into a Maze ransomware attack revealed that threat actors borrowed an attack technique pioneered by Ragnar Locker operators earlier this year.
Epicor Software Corp.'s newest owner, private equity firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC, may deliver new investments in the firm's ERP systems -- at least, that's the hope.
Google Cloud brings low-code application development and API management to its new Business Application Platform, but robotic process automation isn't yet in the mix.
The Infor CloudSuite approach includes industry-specific functionality intended to make cloud ERP implementations more efficient and less complex while yielding a faster ROI.
The average cost of a ransomware payment in Q1 2020 was $178,254, according to a session at Gartner's Security & Risk Management Summit -- and that doesn't include downtime cost.
MinIO brings software-defined, cloud-native object storage to VMware Cloud Foundation with Tanzu through the newly launched vSAN Data Persistence platform.
UK Parliament’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee hears experts from the world of satellite communications cast doubt on the intrinsic value of the UK government’s ambition to be a sovereign satellite communications provider
HP shares details of more services that partners can take out to those working at home during the pandemic
Details emerge of an ongoing campaign by Tehran-backed threat actors targeting dissidents and activists
Wireless edge WAN solutions supplier will complement Ericsson’s enterprise offerings in deal with an enterprise value of $1.1bn
Hackers failed to extort a ransom from University Hospital Düsseldorf, but indirectly caused the death of a patient
Unlocking the economic and social potential of data will require a diverse range of governance structures to meet the needs of different contexts, use cases and stakeholders
Supplier uses its Connect event to flag a couple of major product releases and underline the importance of the channel in delivering them to customers
Aerospike updates connectors for popular data query and event streaming tools, including Kafka, Spark, Pulsar and soon Presto, helping users to get more real-time data.
The Commerce Department of the US government has banned new downloads of TikTok and WeChat in the US, and announced new prohibitions on doing business with them
Oracle adds self-service features, field tech tools and call center capabilities to its CX stack in response to customers' business needs in pandemic.
Details have emerged of US congressman Dana Rohrabacher’s offer of a pardon to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange in a ‘win-win deal that would benefit US President Donald Trump
Former NCSC CEO Ciaran Martin sheds some light on some of the biggest cyber threats currently facing the UK
Accenture said the $3 billion investment aims to empower its growing cloud-based agenda, which will be spearheaded by the Accenture Cloud First group; other news from the week.
Head of Track and Trace and health minister stung by criticism about contact-tracing app’s development compared with Scotland and Ireland, but reveals further details of app that is on track for 24 September launch
Google partners with Lenovo in developing video conferencing hardware for the Google Meet service. The Series One device uses Google silicon to boost its AI capabilities.
Kubernetes on Windows is viable in production for some users via cloud providers' managed services, but IT pros need more networking and storage maturity for on-prem apps.
WANdisco LiveData Migrator moves Hadoop data while avoiding downtime. Although niche, it solves the hurdle of migrating Hadoop data while it's going through active changes.
The Prisma integration and root cause analysis in the Palo Alto SD-WAN could help it standout in a market packed with competitors. Palo Alto also launched two SD-WAN appliances.
Two healthcare systems share how they met the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic. One lesson learned? Squeeze more value out of existing technology.
Infor general manager Rod Johnson discusses the company's strategy for delivering its Infor CloudSuite ERP systems, and why it's placing such an emphasis on customer experience.
AWS has brought more than 30 certified partner software products into the mix for Outposts, the on-premises version of its public cloud.
Outgoing NCSC CEO Ciaran Martin is to take up a new role guiding new investments in cyber security