Enterprises in Asia-Pacific are investing in cloud and other key technologies to not only survive but thrive in the post-pandemic world
Venture capital fund expects rapid regional technology growth in the post-Covid-19 world
Two years after gaining spectrum for 5G services in its home territory, the mobile network operator reveals first French cities for 5G deployment using 3.5GHz frequencies
Despite uncertainties caused by Covid-19, new research from Ericsson reveals that the pace of introducing new 5G functionality has increased in 2020
MI5 withheld high-risk concerns about its ability to comply with legislation from the home secretary when it submitted applications for surveillance warrants, NGOs Privacy International and Liberty claimed last week
Managed services player seals its second management buyout in six years as it looks for more growth
It’s another busy week, with some well-known names popping up at different companies
Government-funded centre aimed at supporting computing teachers has reached more than 29,000 teachers and trained over 1,300 to deliver computing curriculum
Harwell Campus 5G research facility gets financial boost to assist development of advanced communications for terrestrial and satellite-based broadband networks
Next Pathway has introduced Crawler360, a tool for helping customers size and cost their migration from legacy data warehouses such as Netezza and Teradata to cloud platforms.
A large number of people feel they have not been provided with enough help to increase their digital skills during lockdown
The Veeam roadmap seeks to take advantage of trends in data protection, from an increasing use of cloud-based workloads to the need for better cybersecurity.
ServiceNow's acquisition of an AI startup based in Montreal marks the latest move by the cloud computing giant to add more automation and intelligence to its platform.
MongoDB's online archive service gives organizations the ability to automatically archive data to lower-cost storage, while still enabling the data to be queried.
Whether businesses will recover from the Covid-19 pandemic will depend on how they leverage technology to innovate, create new business models and build digital trust
Government denies responsibility for the abuse inflicted on subpostmasters by the Post Office over faulty IT system
Second reading of the Telecoms Security Bill outlines specific measures to restrict the use of Huawei’s goods, services and facilities in 5G networks and details of the new 5G Supply Chain Diversification Strategy designed to build a resilient, open and sustainable comms tech supply chain
Strategy is based on six principles, including focusing on the needs of residents and being data-led and agile, and aims to create a truly digital council and borough
Video-conferencing platform provider Zoom is forging even closer ties with long-standing cloud partner Amazon Web Services, prompting questions about where this leaves its technology tie-up with Oracle
Nominet has suspended just over 22,000 domains in the 12 months to 31 October 2020, continuing a downward trend, and with less impact from Covid-19 than might be expected
DHL has emerged as the most imitated delivery brand in Europe, accounting for 77% of the total volume of phishing emails received in November 2020
Dutch bank is selling its head office and redesigning another facility to facilitate increased home working
Two scaleups from three Latin American countries – Argentina, Chile and Uruguay – will be selected by a project that will help the growing firms expand overseas into the UK market
Distributor extending the online support it can provide to partners keen to improve their sales skills
Boom Supersonic sets sights on making commercial supersonic air travel a reality for passengers again, and is leaning on Amazon Web Services to support its efforts
Coding bootcamp has linked up with Coding Black Females to train more black talent in software skills
The pandemic has hit many small and medium-sized businesses and they are showing signs of caution and distress
Breakout video conferencing firm continues strong run and in third quarter shows ongoing influx of customers
Intel's Optane memory and storage products have no competition now, but that will change as Micron and potentially other vendors ramp up production in the future.
A spokesperson for K12 told SearchSecurity that based on the current status of the investigation, the attack did not affect student devices or school networks.
Ransomware incapacitated Baltimore County Public Schools' network just before Thanksgiving, but the school system said students' Chromebooks and Google accounts were not impacted.
AWS released a mix of hardware, software and cloud-based services to help manufacturing clients better manage workplace safety and machine health.
AWS re:Invent 2020 launches with a slew of public cloud news announcements, as well as new motions by the company toward hybrid and multi-cloud scenarios.
Amazon EKS users with hybrid cloud infrastructure may see cost savings from a new AWS Kubernetes distro and forthcoming software-only on-premises container services.
Salesforce acquired the Slack messaging platform for $27.7 billion. Experts weigh on in what Slack would bring to the Salesforce platform.
The government is baking security into the design and implementation of its IT systems and looking to increase bug bounties to fend off cyber threats
Salesforce adds AI-powered features to enable contact center workforce management and agent staffing models for call volume, as well as email and messaging channels.
UK operator now offers 5G in 154 towns and cities serviced from over 800 sites across the UK and announces partnership with Ericsson that includes roll-out of 5G and improvements to 4G network
Defenders will see heightened levels of cyber crime next year as criminals pivot their attacks from data encryption to exfiltration
Vendor holds virtual event reminding partners of the need to fight off ransomware and prepare users for a post-Covid world
Vodafone and Verizon announce partnerships with cloud giant to offer edge computing for use cases including autonomous vehicles, security, smart cities, healthcare and live interactive video streaming
Interpol issues a global alert to law enforcement as the UK becomes one of the first countries to approve the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine for use
New embedded analytics capabilities highlight the latest additions to the QuickSight platform, but despite improving capabilities, its low cost remains its key attraction.
NetApp credits AFA flash array sales as key to its gaining market share, while HPE reports significant flash increase despite overall decline in storage revenue.
Salesforce has announced a $27.7bn stock and cash acquisition of Slack ahead of the virtual iteration of its Dreamforce 2020 event
Amazon Web Services’ Re:Invent user conference has moved online this year, with the firm’s CEO using the opening keynote to explain how AWS’s take on hybrid cloud has changed over time
Recent analyst reports indicate the smartphone market is leaving its deep pandemic funk as consumer spending on electronics rises and Chinese manufacturing returns to normal.
Global infrastructure provider implements private network to enable unified collaboration and contact centre systems firm to augment and scale networks to accommodate rapid growth and spikes in demand
The group including industry, community and government representatives will aim to fix the digital divide in the region
Google sees Actifio acquisition bolstering its disaster recovery and backup for Google Cloud Platform. No price was disclosed for the private company valued at more than $1 billion.
The enterprise edition of the MySQL database is being enhanced on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to enable users to run analytics queries on the same system as transactional queries.
Partners may see increased business in Teams cloud calling as Microsoft expands the platform's business focus. Education and governance offer other channel opportunities.
'It's still way too hard for people to consume Kubernetes.' How Rancher co-founder Sheng Liang, now a SUSE exec, plans to take on that problem, along with Red Hat and VMware.
With the rocky 2020 nearing its close, MSPs should expect significant shifts in the cybersecurity and compliance landscape ahead, according to NinjaRMM's CISO.
Amazon's new EC2 Mac service offers the macOS on Mac mini hardware to developers who want to build Xcode applications for the Mac, iPad, iPhone and the Apple Watch.
Salesforce delivers new Einstein workflow automation tools and unveils what it calls the most significant tech advancement in the company's 21-year history.
Non-profit organisation Charity: water has built an internet-of-things device packed with sensors to keep wells in remote parts of Africa and Asia flowing with clean water
Finnish comms tech giant continues roll-out of standalone private 5G network for large-scale implementation across renowned German research institutes
Public Accounts Committee is concerned with IT systems still being in development stage, leaving ‘little margin before they must be operational’, and criticises government for seeming to take ‘limited responsibility’ for readiness
Report says net-zero transition should be data-led, and calls for coordination between government, regulators, industry and third sector
Dubbed Trickboot by researchers, Trickbot’s new features enable malicious actors to read, write or even erase UEFI/BIOS firmware
The Dutch government’s revamp of its construction planning law faces major IT challenges and scepticism
Eight months after Google patched a critical vulnerability, developers have failed to update their apps, putting millions of users of apps such as dating services Bumble and Grindr at risk
Companies providing streaming services have seen huge growth in demand, which has meant providing an optimal user experience while managing surging user traffic
Bank has agreed a two-year deal with a cloud development platform provider as it seeks to take its cloud journey to the next level
Despite recent takedown efforts, the operators behind the malicious botnet are back with a new module called 'TrickBoot' that detects UEFI/BIOS firmware vulnerabilities.
Firm continues with its strategy of buying partners with skills and established customer bases for SSL technology
An unknown nation state actor is attempting to disrupt the supply of coronavirus vaccines
Bank is cutting its operating costs by 10% with job cuts and facility closures, but will continue to invest heavily in technology
Salisbury takes a step closer to becoming the UK’s first ‘fully digital’ city with full-fibre deployment
UK and Ireland SAP User Group members set to ramp up S/4 ERP migration projects, but skills shortage and retirement of SAP managers in user organisations are a concern
When demand for ventilators increased exponentially due to COVID-19, a developer of respirators turned to analytics tools from AWS to help determine how to meet the sudden need.
Salesforce COO Bret Taylor announced “Hyperforce” during Marc Benioff’s opening keynote at the virtual version of the supplier’s 2020 Dreamforce event in San Francisco
Cisco is closing out the year with programme enhancements, an increasing focus on collaboration and strong evidence that its partner base has innovated through the pandemic
The Open Group is teaming up with a United Nations agency on best practices, guides and standards to show resource-strapped governments how to architect their digital transformations.
So-called industry-first solution brings new revenue opportunities, reduces churn and differentiates offer for video providers as they struggle to cope with energy surge in providing services
Rubrik's update focuses on backup speed and cloud workload support, but the industry is trending away from traditional databases and toward cloud-hosted databases and containers.
Internal talent marketplace users at Gloat's virtual conference discussed their implementation strategies, as well as some of the issues they faced during deployment.
After more than a year in preview, Microsoft's new analytics platform that brings together data integration, data warehousing and big data analysis is now generally available.
Salesforce's $27.7 billion acquisition of Slack could make the company a stronger competitor against the Microsoft 365 office productivity suite that includes Slack rival Teams.
New government campaign sets out to raise awareness of online shopping fraud in the run-up to Christmas
Cloud giant uses partner slot at Re:Invent to share its ambition to support ISVs and give partners the chance to gain more competencies
Security firm Avast and AI security specialist Borsetta have signed up to support an Intel-led artificial intelligence security research project
Starling bank is the first of the new breed of UK digital banks to make a profit, so where next?
Researchers at Recorded Future’s Insikt Group highlight links between the emerging Egregor ransomware and other strains, and offer guidance on defending against it
The Kent and Medway Care Record (KMCR) aims to create a single view of each patient’s record, and will hold automated data feeds from acute hospitals, community providers, mental health services, GPs and social care
Fibre broadband trade body study shows consumers are confused about marketing and performance of broadband-access technologies, recommending a ‘fibre-ready’ label should be introduced for new buildings and major renovations
HPC will outpace quantum computer performance for a few years, but Atos believes businesses need a quantum computing strategy
The Office for National Statistics has published guidelines aimed at improving “disorganised” public sector data
Server vendor Lenovo wants to grow its ThinkSystem storage business. The DM5100F NVMe Lenovo storage array integrates S3 protocol for unified data management.
IBM rolled out a series of cloud-based services that improve hybrid cloud users' cryptographic key protection, in part to future-proof incursions by quantum computers.
A prominent AI ethics researcher said she was unfairly fired by Google after sending an email to colleagues critical of the way Google treats women and people of color.
A recent frenzy of IT consultant and MSP M&A activity saw companies such as Logically, Sysnet, West Monroe and Deloitte expanding their capabilities; other IT channel news.
Microsoft has started rolling out a redesigned calling interface in Teams that lets customers access voicemail, contacts and more from a single screen.
Nutanix takes the next step in moving from hyper-converged infrastructure to hybrid cloud infrastructure by supporting file and object data in Clusters for public clouds.
Google's Android Enterprise Essentials will let small businesses add necessary security to their Android devices without the complexity of more advanced management products.