Optus’s A$250m acquisition of Amaysim could signal the decline of the mobile virtual network market, according to Venture Insights
Amazon Web Services is investing $2.8bn in a second cloud region in one of the fastest-growing public cloud markets in the Asia-Pacific region
The updated 2020 IT Priorities Survey from Computer Weekly and TechTarget shines a light on how the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic has reshaped IT leaders’ technology investment plans
Firm’s research shines a light on where enterprise users are looking to shore up their IT capabilities
Draft resolution document setting up an EU-wide ban on end-to-end encryption is set to be waved through this week
Following the completion of a successful two-year pilot project, Crédit Agricole has confirmed it is preparing to roll out Asperitas immersion cooling technology to more sites within its datacentre portfolio
Better-performing Asia-Pacific operators lead charge driving analyst to adjust upwards previous forecast for worldwide connectivity services market
Vendor keen to drive as-a-service and increase activity in the SME market among its partner base
The Trump administration is eliminating the H-1B work visa lottery program. But a Biden administration may get some pushback if it tries to reverse Trump's wage-based distribution system.
Oracle tackles sales rep and e-commerce experience in the latest update to its CX application stack, retuned for the pandemic's remote-work and digital sales uptick.
QoreStor 7.0's enhancements include letting customers use object storage in QoreStor's main data repository and support for cold cloud storage tiers such as AWS Glacier.
Three-year deal between tech firm and operator covers services for all existing and new private LTE and 5G enterprise campus network deployments in Austrian market, piloting network slicing
Cerner recently unveiled Seamless Exchange, a new interoperability tool that deduplicates and reconciles external data with the Cerner EHR.
Election Day in the U.S. occurred with no evidence of cyber attacks or voting machine hacks, but CISA has its hands full with disinformation and conspiracy theories.
Quantum triumvirate now comprises ATFS for file system classification and management, StorNext for high performance with large files and ActiveScale object storage as a bulk store
Datacentre service provider Equinix will open its third facility in Perth to meet the growing demand for digital infrastructure between Australia and Asia
Latest cooperation between leading German and Korean operators aims to create what companies believe will be major innovations, starting with improving 5G experiences
Glenn Davis Group slashed its hardware estate from 48U of rack space to 4U when it ditched its SAN and tape legacy kit for flash-based Ctera X Series and cloud backup
Google and OVHcloud are embarking on a technology tie-up that will see the two firms bring a hosted private cloud service to market in Europe
After successful 5G edge computing trial with financial institution in 2019, Australian telco and comms tech supplier develop enterprise solution with an extension into the hybrid cloud space
Closing gaps in data infrastructure will help the education sector respond better to children’s needs during the Covid-19 pandemic, says Open Data Institute
Deutsche Bank has agreed to sell its retail banking IT operation to one of its main IT suppliers for a token €1
The US Federal Trade Commission rules that Zoom’s practices undermined the security of its users
The emphasis on home and remote working has been felt in storage and backup as in all areas of IT, with continued evolution towards the cloud and as-a-service storage and backup
ISV arm of Ultima LAbs releases its first cloud offering to other managed service providers
New data shows frontline workers are experiencing a global increase in mobility problems which negatively impact their work and their company
Children’s media company creates new series of children’s books and resources aimed at teaching children to code
The Customs Declaration Service is untested, unproven and not ready, and HMRC is taking a “cloak and dagger approach” to working with the industry, hears a Lords committee – but HMRC says delivery of Brexit IT is on track
Caringo's updates to Swarm are designed to make the object storage easier to access and manage while working with distributed data at scale as remote work becomes prevalent.
AI-powered border technologies used to ‘manage’ migration frequently make the process more arbitrary, discriminatory and unjust, says human rights group
Despite the bleak times caused by Covid-19, study finds a silver lining in the form of accelerating digital transformation and technology investment for remote workers
Minister tells ODI Summit that national data strategy is nearly finished and will fuel UK economic growth post-Brexit and post-pandemic
Zendesk and WhatsApp team up to break bottlenecks in customer service conversations over Facebook messaging apps -- including Instagram -- by building it into Zendesk Support.
Two years after Spectre and Meltdown, the x86 processor faces another side-channel exploit – only this time, it is based on sensing temperature
Cloud customers of Atlassian's Jira Service Management will get some Opsgenie incident management features included at no cost, as the vendor plans its ITSM expansion.
Infosys launched a new offering to help enterprises find and apply AI use cases at scale. The release is part of a wave of similar products from other big systems integrators.
Just as they did in 2016, the election polls underestimated support for Donald Trump. Although he didn't defeat Joe Biden, the result was closer than the polls predicted.
Zoom has agreed to implement a comprehensive program for user security and abide by a government-imposed prohibition against privacy misrepresentations.
Adobe plans to acquire Workfront for $1.5 billion to gain ground in the customer experience management market.
ConnectWise will build out its MSP security offerings by integrating Perch Security and StratoZen technology. The company also revealed plans to streamline product development.
Hundreds of documents obtained by campaign group Privacy International show how the EU is supporting surveillance programmes in the Balkans, the Middle East and Africa
MSP specialist moves to make life easier for those trying to manage threat detection and prevention
Users of several of Microsoft's core consumer cloud services left struggling to log in, with software giant remaining tight-lipped for now over the cause of the issues
Subpostmasters are being kept in the dark about errors in the branch computer system they use, despite the Post Office and Fujitsu being slammed in court over their lack of openness
Global telco and subsidiaries commission and make commercial launch of the first pan-African backbone covering eight major countries in the region
November’s Patch Tuesday contains fixes for 112 bugs, including a potentially serious zero-day exploit that malicious actors are already taking advantage of
Strategic network consultancy teams with incumbent UK telco and universities in all-new scientific research project based on advanced communications
Tech giant accused of using data it collects on smaller retailers to benefit its own e-commerce business
The industry group has held its annual summit, with CEO Frank Vitagliano highlighting just how well distribution has navigated the challenges of Covid-19
Exertis owner navigates the challenges of the coronavirus and indicates that the quarter has seen improvements in its B2B portfolio
Norway claims to use less cash as a proportion of total spending than any other country across the globe, according to a study by its central bank
There are no surprises in Gartner’s latest forecast. IT budgets are being spent on supporting remote workers, but CIOs have new metrics
Palo Alto Networks continued its acquisition spree with an agreement to purchase San Francisco-based security vendor Expanse, which specializes in attack surface management.
Despite facing tight timescales at the onset of the pandemic, security professionals have come through the transition to remote working remarkably well, according to a report
CloudCasa is a SaaS platform that delivers data protection and disaster recovery for Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift clusters. Catalogic is testing the waters with a free beta.
Quantum adds to its NAS lineup with All-Terrain File System aimed at general-purpose use cases while enhancing its StorNext parallel file system and ActiveScale object storage.
Roll-out of Inrupt’s decentralised privacy technology to four large organisations is helping the startup to develop explicit use cases, which it hopes will prove the tech and lead to faster adoption
In addition to fixing the exploited Windows flaw, Microsoft rolls out a new look to the Security Update Guide that draws some criticism.
Expansive new directions for flash memory technology shine brightly in the launch of 176-layer 3D NAND chips, EDSFF E1.S and Zoned Namespace SSDs, and computational storage drives.
Apple has started the shift from Intel processors to its ARM-based M1 chip with the introduction of M1-based MacBooks and a Mac mini, boasting higher performance for less power.
Modernising its infrastructure and putting digital at its core has given Singapore’s Government Technology Agency the agility it needs to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic
Financial services giant is forging even deeper ties with AWS as part of its push to roll out more personalised banking experiences to customers in 60 countries
Several firms banded together to run a virtual female-only hackathon to encourage data analysts to use Covid-19 data to solve pandemic-related problems
Hot on the heels of its €1 acquisition of Deutsche Bank’s Postbank Systems IT unit, TCS has taken on 1,500 people from the insurance giant’s Ireland-based IT unit
Former operations chief of UC Global told Spanish Court the company accused of spying on Assange at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London was acting on the orders of Ecuadorian Intelligence
Department has met with suppliers to discuss plans for a trust framework to show ‘what good looks like’ as it ploughs ahead with digital identity plans
MSP Redcentric reveals that discussions with potential suitors have terminated without a sale
International organisation that monitors the finance sector asks for the industry to discuss the risks that IT outsourcing brings to the sector
Salesforce, moving deeper into revenue ops, releases Revenue Cloud. It enables B2B digital sales with new pricing, billing and contracting models, as well as revenue forecasting.
Wireless standards body reveals successful trial for next-generation Wi-Fi, proven to deliver nearly three times faster than its predecessor and with significantly higher throughput and lower latency
Cyber criminals have stolen data on 46 million Animal Jam player accounts via a third-party attack
Canalys has tracked stellar growth in the demand for tablets as users react to changing conditions forced by Covid-19
Employee stress, thanks to the pandemic, the election and working from home, can hurt productivity and employee health. HR is finding ways to help.
Custom-built autonomous delivery vehicle promises to offer contact-free form of delivery while maintaining the road network across the UK
Yugabyte now has row-level geo-partitioning for its open source distributed SQL database, enhanced multi-region features and several new features to improve security.
Google Cloud's top database executive details the tech giant's new tool for enterprises to move databases to the cloud, as the need has accelerated in the coronavirus pandemic era.
As organizations look to gain a competitive advantage -- and many simply attempt to survive during the pandemic -- data streaming is helping them make decisions in real time.
Newly rebranded Castellan's offerings include risk management, business continuity and disaster recovery management, and emergency notification and incident management.
Databricks is building out its lakehouse platform with a new SQL Analytics service that will make it easier to run SQL queries with better visualization in the cloud.
AWS Glue DataBrew is a new feature that will enable users to extract, transmit and load data to get it ready for analysis without having to write code.
Cybersecurity experts have noted similarities between newly discovered Egregor ransomware and the now-defunct Maze, but it's unclear whether the same threat actors are involved.
The recent data breach at the Vastaamo Psychotherapy Centre in Finland shows threat actors are willing to threaten and extort patients directly, setting a dangerous new precedent.
Resilient MSPs are seeing their valuations holding steady through difficult times, although deal structures have shifted somewhat during the pandemic.
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Current and former Fujitsu staff could face prosecution for giving false evidence in the trials of subpostmasters accused of theft and false accounting
The impact caused by the pandemic means government tech executives in Europe are looking for ways to quickly modernise their estates, research says
Consulting and IT services and cloud-based analytics firms announce Tier 1 mobile operator is already implementing combined in-vehicle system
United Nations report on smart borders warns that data collection about migrants and refugees by humanitarian organisations risks excluding them from essential basic services like access to food
The Maritime Future Technologies team has been formed to facilitate trials of innovative approaches and support regulatory updates
Promoter of human-centric scientific research techniques claims the prestigious 2020 Netherlands Prize for ICT Research
Research from UK operator shows how advanced connected technologies offer a pathway to a flexible model of healthcare delivered at the point of patient need
Ticket website’s customer data was exposed through an attack on a third-party chatbot
Incumbent UK telco aims to ensure global customers can benefit from flexibility and choice as they optimise networks for cloud services
Leading comms provider and IT and cloud giant add two more 5G mobile edge computing cities in US to enable development of latency-sensitive applications that can transform industries ranging from healthcare to transportation
New study from enterprise cloud collaboration provider sheds light on role of employers in embracing a connected culture to power remote and prepare for hybrid workforces
Heading into 2021, IT service providers should put more than their usual attention on sales and business planning, according to speakers at IT Nation Connect; more news.
G Suite customers who enjoyed unlimited storage for years will have to switch to a plan with limits. Google announced the change when G Suite became Workspace.
TigerGraph continues to aggressively expand its customer base by focusing on ease of use as it updates its platform and offers free versions of its tools.
Enterprises in need of high-performance storage for AI, analytics and virtualization may find help in new NVMe, Optane and processor technologies, a Flash Memory Summit panel says.
The AWS public cloud allowed IT staff at the Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital to enable precision medicine capabilities for hospital research staff.
Military training relies on repeatability and reinforcement to drive home training. That approach is being applied to a new DEI training app.
Cisco is cautiously optimistic that revenues will improve following a 9% drop last quarter. Rising enterprise orders contributed to a positive forecast for the current quarter.