Lenovo has teamed up with AMD to address mission-critical workloads such as in-memory databases as APAC organisations look beyond VDI in their hyperconverged infrastructure deployments
The Supreme Court ruled 6-2 that Java APIs used in Android phones are not subject to American copyright law, ending a longstanding legal battle between Google and Oracle.
One year after lockdowns and office closures prompted a massive, hurried move to remote work, many enterprises are reexamining their security posture.
Three Fortinet FortiOS vulnerabilities that have been fully patched since last summer are being exploited by advanced persistent threat actors, according to the FBI and CISA.
Indonesia’s Bank Jabar Banten Syariah is adopting DevOps and microservices to speed up delivery of applications
The new leader will be focused on efforts to deliver a single digital identity system for online public services
The IR35 tax avoidance reforms take hold in the private sector, prompting a mixed picture of predictions from stakeholders about what the future holds for contractors in the UK
With the recent deal for cloud services player Just After Midnight in the bag, Scott Dodds is looking ahead to carving out more digital transformation business
Partnership forged to allow enterprises to deploy a dedicated, private edge compute platform fully integrated with AWS cloud services and Verizon 5G private networks to improve productivity, safety and operational efficiencies
Firms add to the growing number of deals already struck in 2021 as consolidation continues to grip the channel
Upsolver's CEO discusses why the vendor is raising new money to advance its cloud data lake go-to-market efforts, and technologies such as the open source Presto query engine.
Government Digital Service boss Tom Read and the government’s Central Digital and Data Office executive director Joanna Davinson reveal next steps for digital, data and technology in government
Dell EMC has expanded its PowerProtect portfolio with the launch of Backup Service, a cloud-based data protection product for SaaS applications, endpoints and hybrid workloads.
Sunburst cyber attack rubs salt into the wounds of firms struggling to cope with the new demands on networks in the post-Covid working environment, says survey
Regulators may be unable to do much about leaked data on 533 million Facebook users, as it seems to have been stolen before GDPR came into force
The AWS, Verizon mobile edge computing offering is a managed service that combines private 5G connectivity with AWS Outposts.
Intel launches third-generation Xeon Scalable processors that bolster security, accelerate common data center workloads by 46% on average and support up to 40 cores per processor.
Now that the Supreme Court has ruled for Google over Oracle in their high-stakes copyright battle over Java APIs, developers can rest easier -- but some questions linger.
The Korean manufacturer will drop mobile phones and focus on electronic vehicles, smart homes and robotics. Its mobile phone unit will close by August.
The government is listening to calls for changes in how digital evidence is considered in court, as Post Office IT scandal spells out current rule's inadequacy
Puppet's Relay event-driven automation framework ships this week, with Puppet Enterprise integration that can link cloud-native workflows with on-premises infrastructure and apps.
Companies want better ways to determine if their employees are mentally healthy or are at risk of a breakdown in the hybrid workplace. Vendors line up to meet the demand.
Vast Data now allows customers to buy integrated appliances on hardware with the capacity and performance levels of their choice, with full transparency on the hardware costs.
VMware is combining VMware Cloud Foundation and its Tanzu portfolio into a single software stack to simplify hybrid and multicloud deployment and management
Report from SAP and cyber threat research company Onapsis warns that hackers are attacking mission-critical SAP business applications that contain unpatched vulnerabilities
Digital Realty opens its third and largest datacentre in Singapore to meet the needs of local and multinational companies that are looking to deploy critical infrastructure and scale their digital business
A code of practice giving employees the ‘right to disconnect’ from work and not engage in electronic communications outside of their normal hours has come into effect in Ireland
Hoping to provide “a beacon of opportunities previously untapped”, 5G Future Forum is seeking new members to bolster ecosystem of expanded 5G partnerships and establish global edge market that drives innovation, collaboration and competition
Survey reveals few companies have got in place, or even established, norms and policies to address the new world of hybrid working
Cloud player’s trading statement reveals that the most recent unexpected lockdown had a negative impact on business performance
The Post Office's controversial contract with Fujitsu has been extended another year to help the organisation manage its exit
The threat intelligence vendor released a new report on how threat actors are increasingly abusing popular collaboration applications like Slack and Discord during the pandemic.
Digital markets regulator officially launched to ensure tech giants such as Facebook and Google cannot exploit their market dominance to crowd out competition and stifle innovation online
Trifacta on Wednesday unveiled an updated tool to enable customers to work with their directly in Google BigQuery along with two new integrations designed to improve data preparation.
Yellowbrick is building out a new unified control plane to help users manage distributed cloud data warehouse deployments. The vendor also advanced its data lake integration.
Microsoft's vertical industry strategy keeps pace with similar approaches from Oracle and Salesforce, which strive to woo users on the benefits of their platforms and data models.
Firm cuts the ribbon on its next-generation enterprise resource planning offering with a programme specifically designed to increase developer activity
Workplace tech firm releases study showing how firms are grappling with the depth and breadth of the return-to-office process and unveils new platform to help enable an effective hybrid workplace
Having indicated back in January that it would be expanding through acquisition, the UCaaS specialist has been true to its word, with a second deal in the space of just a few months
Visa said there was an extra one billion contactless payments made by its customers last year
Microsoft research finds 71% of UK workers want flexible work options to remain after the Covid crisis has passed and one-third are likely to move to a new location in the next year because they can work remotely
Facebook gives its side of the story as data on millions of its users leaks, but is yet to apologise for security lapses that put half a billion people at risk of compromise
Riders across the country are demanding fair pay, safety protections and basic workers’ rights pay on Deliveroo’s first day of trading as a public company
Prominent Google AI research manager Samy Bengio resigns from the company following months of internal discord and the termination of two AI researchers.
MinIO has launched Operator, Console and Subnet Health to make multi-tenant object storage deployment and management for Kubernetes simpler for IT administrators.
Alation's data intelligence technology is getting easier for organizations to use, with a new managed service that can help enterprises better use the data they have.
Zoom's integration with Amazon's Echo Show 10 means more people will turn to the consumer device for business video conferencing while working from home.
Logi Analytics, a BI vendor specializing in embedded business intelligence, was acquired on April 7 by an ERP vendor specializing in financial reporting and budgeting tools.
Microsoft dives deeper into its industry cloud strategy and what it means for enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region
IBM Cloud’s push to provide sector-specific public cloud services to financial services firms enters a new phase
One month on from the OVHCloud datacentre fire, it is time to assess the lasting impact the event might have on the way server farm operators run their facilities, and cloud users approach disaster recovery
Banks traditionally lead the way in technology adoption, but what can businesses take from their post-Covid-19 remote-working strategies?
EE is switching on next-generation network capability in 35 new UK towns and cities, with outdoor 5G coverage to some popular tourist spots
Pre-owned software reseller goes to High Court in attempt to get Microsoft to reverse its stance on perpetual licence ownership changes
HMRC has ripped up and replaced its deal with AWS several months after signing it to tap into cost-savings on Amazon cloud services via the One Government Value Agreement
Stone has been recognised for its position in the education market and Redstor is becoming a greater source of support for Microsoft partners
Cyber attacks backed by nation states are becoming more frequent and varied, moving the world closer to a point of ‘advanced cyber-conflict’, according to a University of Surrey research project
The Post Office is to move work done by Fujitsu in-house when its outsourcing contract ends, and is already recruiting IT experts
A 200-strong group of MPs is calling for urgent action from the government to protect contractors from the dubious practices of non-compliant umbrella companies and badly behaved employment agencies just days after private sector IR35 reforms came into force
In 2012, UsedSoft won a case for second user software, which has enabled the market to grow across Europe. But it is now under threat
The summer school for chief data officers, run by Caroline Carruthers and Peter Jackson, promises data leaders a curriculum to match the elevated salience of the CDO role
Cyberattacks are a significant threat to unpatched, unprotected SAP applications, according to a new threat intelligence report from SAP and Onapsis.
Integrated into smart video platform, new mobile app expands the virtual and mobile capabilities of qualitative interviews for UX, insights and e-commerce professionals
The Korean smartphone maker announced five additions to its midtier Galaxy A Series, including the A02s, A12, and three 5G phones, the A32, A42, and A52.
Just as it announced a project with Intel to develop processors with improved speeds and throughput, the comms tech provider has turned its attention to transport solutions
The latest version of GitHub mobile delivers push notifications to developers in a manner that enables them to set time frames for when they can and cannot be reached.
In a move meant to attract more Java developers to its Azure cloud and further support the Java community, Microsoft launched a preview of its own distribution of OpenJDK.
President Biden moves COVID-19 vaccine availability deadline for American adults to April 19; Salesforce Vaccine Cloud adds asynchronous bookings on more channels to meet surge.
A vulnerability impacting Fortinet's Fortigate VPN, first disclosed and patched in 2019, is being exploited by Cring ransomware operators to extort bitcoin from enterprises.
Arista's CloudVision 2021 has better analytics for spotting network congestion and a dashboard for monitoring Microsoft 365, Salesforce, Google Workspace and other applications.
A long-disclosed vulnerability in Fortinet’s Fortigate VPN servers is being exploited to distribute Cring ransomware
Pandemic drives an increase in demand for “work anywhere” jobs and hybrid skills, research says
Security and IT leaders Fujitsu and Trend Micro announce streamlined security product for IoT devices and networks to help accelerate manufacturing digital transformation
Leeds-based IT services player is the latest in the channel to be a target for investment
Managed services player strikes acquisition that will give it more coverage of the UK market
If your email password is still Rex, Rover or Mr Fluffles, it’s probably best to change it, the NCSC has said
Inquiry by Loan Charge All-Party Parliamentary Group calls on government to tweak IR35 legislation during passage of next Finance Bill
Researchers at VPN firm Surfshark have been analysing data on 533 million people leaked from Facebook
Global demand for IT and business services began the year strongly, with a record first quarter
New research outlines students’ fears around the impact of long-term remote education and lecturers’ skills to operate online
EU advances project to accelerate the testing and validation of 5G-empowered media applications and NetApps through open, integrated and fully featured experimentation facility investigating network slicing, AR and VR
IT provider and systems integrator team up to provide added value to the 5G ecosystems that are accelerating enterprise users’ digital transformations
Facebook paid people for their likenesses in its new Casual Conversations data set. The data set can help researchers check for bias in their AI models.
IT services firms Pythian and Ensono have gone the acquisition route to build out their respective SAP and cloud-native development practices; other news.
The post-pandemic office is leaning strongly in the direction of hybrid workplaces. Job candidates view working from home as a key consideration when searching for a new position.
Supply chain disruptions from COVID-19 and other longstanding issues cost businesses trillions in revenue, leading to shifts in supply chain strategy, a new report said.
IBM doubles down on its investment in vertical markets, rolling out a financial services cloud that shares workloads with clouds in telecommunications and healthcare.
Microsoft has yet to add to Teams Rooms on Android critical features available on the Windows version. Missing features include the ability to join Zoom or Webex meetings.