Half of Indian IT leaders see a permanent increase in value of data as their organisations come under threat from mounting cyber attacks amid the pandemic
The Scottish Business Resilience Centre has enlisted Check Point as the first security supplier to join its incident response partnership programme
Strong year recorded by comms tech firm from continued high activity levels in North America, Northeast Asia and Europe, with 5G strong
Freedom of information tribunal rules that investigative journalists and others can use the Freedom of Information Act if they live outside the UK or are not British citizens
Engineering and architecture students require PCs that can run GPU-accelerated applications. VDI has enabled them to be streamed remotely
Zurich Insurance is the latest high-profile financial services company to declare contractors can only continue to engage with it via umbrella setups from April 2021, ahead of the IR35 rules coming into force
Ignorance of cyber issues is leading to misplaced confidence in security in many organisations, as CISOs struggle to make themselves seen and heard
UK Research and Innovation was hit by an undisclosed strain of ransomware at the end of January
Distributor promotes its current UK&I managing director to take on even more responsibility
Brittany and Paris Region colocated R&D facility set up to boost chip giant as it embarks on next-generation network objectives
Veritas’s enterprise backup flagship is available in hyper-converged infrastructure and has embraced containerisation, for better hardware and application scalability
Combined authority’s 2021-2026 digital roadmap aims to address the digital divide and make the West Midlands the most digitally connected region in the country
Outsourcing firm was hit by the ransomware last week but insists most of its operations are running as normal
Data protection players roll out enhancements for partners to reach more customers and give MSPs increased support
Leading UK mobile operator teams reveal positive results from open radio access network test with IT and network technologies provider, including virtualised RAN software and hardware from GigaTera Communications, Supermicro among others
Research highlights dedicated network allocation technique as an enabler for new value creation as communications service providers bolster their capabilities to go beyond connectivity revenues
Top CTOs and analysts predict hyperscale architecture, hybrid cloud, IT as a service, containers and AI infrastructure will be hot trends for IT organizations in 2021.
SAP had a strong Q4 in 2020, but long-term growth prospects are unclear as they depend on SAP's transition to a true cloud-first company.
MSP software house ConnectWise has acquired Service Leadership Inc., a consultancy that offers financial and operational benchmarking tools and data.
Databricks gets a major vote of confidence from big name investors, including Franklin Templeton, as it raises new funding to help it advance its cloud data management technology efforts.
Rewind's CEO says SaaS applications that aren't 'the big three' also need backup. Rewind currently protects e-commerce apps, but will expand to cover GitHub, ZenDesk and Trello.
Private banking arm of Singapore’s OCBC Group will use analytics to improve compliance, customer service and the performance of its sales teams
A dozen or so European financial institutions have joined forces to stimulate the pace of public cloud adoption in the sector
Microsoft Azure customers in Singapore will soon be able to use Singtel’s 5G infrastructure to power 5G applications through the telco’s edge computing platform
The Ford Motor Company has gone public with details of the next phase of its ongoing connected car push, which involves a newly struck six-year tech collaboration with Google
An 8x8 integrated cloud PaaS contact centre with voice, team chat and meetings support is helping to drive the council’s digital agenda
Together with supplier Sensyne Health, clinicians at the trust have designed a diabetes app that allows patients to manage their condition at home
Nordics dominate online banking take-up in Europe, but the UK is not far behind
Business leaders believe success depends on low latency, namely 10ms or less to ensure the success of their applications, with three-quarters requiring 5ms or less for edge initiatives
Nordic region has the suppliers, environment and appetite for pioneering the development of autonomous vehicles
Updated versions of Agent Tesla Rat include new techniques that fiddle with code to disable endpoint protection tools on target systems
A new integration between SAS Viya and Microsoft Azure makes Azure the preferred cloud for SAS customers and will enable a more seamless connection between the platforms.
Startups focusing on building new immersive technology products have completed Digital Catapult’s Augmentor accelerator programme
Enterprises boosted their investments in cloud computing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Even if vaccines resolve the crisis, COVID-19's influence will linger in the cloud market.
Impersonation tactics in social engineering attacks have become so elaborate that even highly aware members of the infosec community can fall victim to them.
Latest Poly P Series offers pro-grade webcams, video bars, speakerphones and an all-in-one video conferencing monitor, with remote management and software services to address new normal
MongoDB put into general availability its mobile Realm database to data synchronization service, easing the challenge for developers to connect data from the edge to the cloud.
After testing NCC Group's findings, SonicWall 'confirmed their submission as a critical zero-day in the SMA 100 series 10.x code, and are tracking it as SNWLID-2021-0001.'
An Atlassian Cloud Enterprise licensing update furthers its appeal to customers contemplating a move to SaaS to offload and streamline IT ops.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos will step down from his role later this year. He will be succeeded by AWS CEO Andy Jassy, in a move some observers have expected.
India’s Tata Communications has been shoring up its IoT capabilities through a handful of acquisitions and partnerships with telcos
Bezos confirms he is stepping down as Amazon CEO and will take on the role of executive chairman, as company posts record-breaking fourth-quarter results
Surge in use of next-generation networks for BT-owned mobile service over the festive period with video, especially news, causing spikes
New vulnerabilities disclosed as SolarWinds reels from December 2020 Solorigate/Sunburst attack – but do not appear to have been exploited yet
Cerber ransomware-as-a-service seems to have re-emerged as one of the most critical cyber threats facing healthcare organisations, reports VMware Carbon Black
Alphabet announces massive overall profits and increased Google cloud sales
Cyber security vendor signs up distributor to get its antivirus offering in front of more resellers and MSPs
Comms provider and mobile division announce new hybrid connect device, claiming to combine full-fibre home broadband, Wi-Fi and UK’s fastest mobile network
The sales have been impressive but Canalys has highlighted the strength of the channel in boosting sales for the likes of Amazon Web Services, Google and Microsoft Azure
Investigators have unearthed 16,000 data records that seem to have been stolen in an attack on property firm Foxtons last year, but the organisation says it acted by the book in dealing with the incident
NHS England’s managing director of data and analytics, Ming Tang, joins data leaders from pharmaceutical companies AstraZeneca and GSK in the top 10 of this year’s DataIQ 100 list
UK government survey quantifies added value of access to superfast broadband, which is now said to have pushed broadband speeds up a gear for 5.5 million homes across the country, creating £2.7bn of economic benefits including 17,600 jobs
A new survey for Rackspace has found that IT decision makers in the UK struggle with finding the right skills to support artificial intelligence
Big banks continue to close branches and invest more in technology as the Covid-19 pandemic makes a case for digital banking
After six years as chief operating officer, Panasas CEO Tom Shea took the helm last year to pilot the company's storage roadmap.
Newly identified Hildegaard malware targets Kubernetes clusters and seems to herald a new campaign from the TeamTNT gang
With OwlDQ, Collibra is bringing data quality capabilities to its data intelligence platform to help users better understand and evaluate the impact of different sources of data.
Oracle's GraalVM Enterprise compiler technology is now available to developers as part of the Java SE subscription. GraalVM increases application performance.
Microsoft plans to bolster mobile workers' productivity when using 365 by improving the voice controls in Outlook and adding handwriting transcription to Lens.
CloudBees co-founder Sacha Labourey will lead product strategy for the company's DevOps tools, while new CEO Stephen DeWitt readies the business for its next stage of growth.
New embedded BI capabilities and tools that enable collaboration are key features of MicroStrategy 2021, the latest platform update from the longtime BI vendor.
Kite's new enterprise version of its code completion tool, Kite Team Server, targets larger development teams to help them write code faster by automating repetitive tasks.
Australia’s Telstra will explore a range of AWS’s edge computing offerings that can be integrated into its 5G network to speed up the performance of 5G applications
The Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation says momentum in local authority data use during the Covid-19 pandemic is in danger of being dissipated without central government investment and support for data skills development
Comms tech provider’s research finds so-called dematerialised enterprises expect to take advantage of cloud and mobile technology to become more productive and sustainable by 2030
Former Google and AWS executive Rick Harshman will lead UiPath’s business in Asia-Pacific, where adoption of robotic process automation is growing
The coronavirus outbreak led to pay freezes, reduced hours and furlough for many IT workers, according to Computer Weekly’s annual salary survey
The scale of digitally enabled crime in the UK is dramatically under-reported, new statistics indicate
Digital Capability for Health framework covers development and IT management services for health and social care organisations
Recent developments from IBM and Microsoft suggest that cloud-based enterprise computing may become mainstream in just a few years
Investigators at SolarWinds are exploring multiple theories as to how the company’s systems were compromised
Fibre and 5G roll-outs continue apace, but trading update reveals trying times for UK incumbent telco, with falling revenues and profits
A new module for AppDynamics' AIOps platform uses APM data to perform vulnerability management monitoring and automated attack blocking as DevSecOps market buzz continues.
US aircraft manufacturer contracts hundreds of IT roles to Dell as it accelerates outsourcing plans
Vendor announces enhancements to its global partner programme, with incentives for top partners to sell more
Study of the mainstay of in-home work, educational and entertainment communications finds Wi-Fi is a major global economic engine
Conservation charity is investigating what it describes as a ‘sophisticated’ cyber attack but has waited nearly two months to inform its members
The channel has reached out to vendors for digital marketing support with Dell sharing some of the progress it has made on that front
Challenger finance firm Revolut is redesigning its office spaces and introducing permanent remote working policies
Arista's zero-trust security framework segments devices into groups and sets policies for network access. Forescout integration is available for dynamic device identification.
Red Hat's OpenShift Container Storage 4.6 update brought data protection functionality to the platform, allowing APIS IT to put more critical workloads on it.
Developer teams have been put under immense pressure to drive through digital transformation change, and they are now experiencing stress and burnout
In this Q&A, OwnBackup CEO Sam Gutmann discusses how the company is working towards going public as well as his near-term product and staffing plans.
Microsoft has launched an “employee experience platform”, based on Microsoft Teams, said to aid the integration of the working environment
SolarWinds CEO Sudhakar Ramakrishna said nation-state threat actors first compromised a single email account and later gained access to the company's Orion platform environment.
Vendia is building out its data platform that uses distributed ledger blockchain technology to help organizations and developers more easily share data.
Google's new Apigee X API management system helps users develop and manage their API strategies and enjoy more security, performance, networking and app-dev capabilities.
IBM plans to create an ecosystem made up of open source software developers that will work collaboratively to speed delivery of production-ready quantum applications.
After a down 2020, global smartphone sales will bounce back this year. Gartner expects 11% growth in 2021, with cheaper 5G phones giving shoppers incentive to buy.
The Open Group zoned in on digital transformation initiatives with its new architecture certification option and IT4IT's 3.0 reference architecture update.
Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund’s lengthy approval process leads to delays in funding projects and could be a deterrent, according to the National Audit Office
The largest water retailer in Melbourne has rolled out application programming interfaces to improve operations and customer service
Comms tech provider claims solid Q4, full year 2020 performance but anticipates “meaningful headwinds” in year of transition
Sweden and Denmark announce plans to develop digital certificates that prove people have been vaccinated against Covid-19
Source code from two products developed by French cyber security firm was compromised in a December 2020 incident
Days after the firm rebuffed the Atos takeover approach, DXC Technology shares Q3 numbers
As users’ reliance on wireless devices increases, the US Consumer Technology Association warns FCC to ignore lobbying to pause progress of Wi-Fi 6E equipment certification
Canon Europe research shines light on customer frustrations with the way they are currently being served by the channel
MicroStrategy revealed during its user conference that a SaaS version of its platform is in the works, as are new embedded analytics and process automation capabilities.
New disclosures reveal the FCA’s systems bounced almost a quarter of a million malicious emails in a three-month period
NTT DoCoMo and BT among first telcos to examine the potential of technology that will enable large, high-quality interactive 3D files to be streamed to 5G mobile devices and viewed directly through a browser, along with AR/VR.
A serious heap buffer overflow vulnerability means Google Chrome users should patch their browsers as soon as possible
Barriers in the UK’s research and development funding system mean technology and innovation centres, also known as catapults, are prevented from maximising their potential economic impact
Taskforce focused on increasing digital inclusion in London will promote digital skills and increase access to devices and connectivity
Viva will offer Microsoft customers an employee experience platform that uses analytics and an intranet service to boost employee engagement and productivity.
Microsoft's release of a pre-trained vision model comes after Google and OpenAI also released open source vision models. The models may not have much enterprise use, though.
Hazelcast Jet brings new SQL query capabilities to the stream processing platform that will enable developers to continuously query streaming data without interrupting data flow.
The revised Dell Technologies Partner Program offers the option for the partners to sell VMware licensing with an aligned base rebate; other IT channel news.
OneBox MEC is a 5G-enabled mobile edge computing platform. The hardware will contain turnkey technology for deploying a private 5G network and application services.
The Open Group's Steve Nunn discusses upcoming work to improve its Open Agile Architecture standard and TOGAF guides as well as COVID-19's impact on enterprise architecture.
Appeal Court decides EncroChat-encrypted phone records can be used in criminal trials. Critics say the decision means phone tapping no longer has a ‘clear meaning in the digital age’