Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel have started 5G trials in different cities, but mass adoption is still some way off due to high spectrum and infrastructure costs
IKEA Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation to help make renewable energy more accessible as part of a global push to fight climate change and curb greenhouse gas emissions
Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research teams up with local manufacturing software company to make Industry 4.0 capabilities more accessible to manufacturers
The Post Office has so far compensated 400 subpostmasters who suffered losses because of errors in the organisation’s Horizon computer system
The pandemic has spurred a rise in cloud adoption, but there are issues that partners need to help users deal with
The smart use of patient data could power new AI-based healthcare systems and speed up the discovery of new treatments
First dedicated industrial internet of things venture capital fund supports growing loT worksite platform to increase worksite safety and efficiency
Managed service player suffers revenue drop but reveals robustness of the operation, which is set for future growth
Intel and Telecom Italia have worked with Exor to look at how 5G and AI can help build Industry 4.0 applications for manufacturing
Cable broadband provider clams to be ‘supercharging’ business connectivity with a free upgrade designed to help SMEs bounce back from the pandemic
Nearly 100 devices belonging to parliamentary staffers, including MPs and peers, were lost or stolen over the course of 2019 and 2020
The Royal Opera House considered moving all its infrastructure to the cloud, but a hybrid setup with Nutanix and Rubrik hyper-converged infrastructure came in 35% cheaper
A poll released on Prime Day by UK-based trade union Unite shows strong public support for Amazon workers should they choose to unionise
Collibra's roadmap is focused on adding more speed, with a plan in place to quadruple the amount of data customers can access and use by the end of 2022.
The U.S. wants Russia to agree to make critical infrastructure targets off limits to hacking, but some infosec experts are skeptical such an agreement can be enforced.
Australia’s Macquarie Bank has moved all its data and analytics to the cloud and is applying machine learning to detect fraud and improve customer experience
Three-quarters of UK SME leaders would not have sufficient capacity or expertise to deal with a cyber attack, according to a report
US network operator runs 5G standalone core on global cloud platform to optimise network operations and launch new software and services rapidly and efficiently
US chip foundry GlobalFoundries is building a $4bn semiconductor fabrication plant in Singapore to expand its manufacturing capacity as chip demand surges worldwide
Prime minister Boris Johnson has announced plans to set up a National Science and Technology Council, which will help the UK realise and maximise the opportunities of scientific and technological breakthroughs
Report Remove tool is designed to be used by under-18s to report nude images or videos of themselves that have appeared online
Software automation startup based on open source framework that originated at Finnish tech giant Nokia seeks to challenge bigger RPA vendors with consumption-based pricing, orchestration platform.
DxEnterprise for Containers enables SQL Server availability groups to work in Kubernetes, solving a problem that prevented SQL Server users from moving into production.
Swedish cyber security project, National Node, opens its doors to the country’s security firms
New security integrations with Microsoft Azure Sentinel, Splunk, Datadog and Sumo Logic will supposedly make it easier for users to analyse network security data
TfL hands 20-year concession to comms company to provide what is claimed to be most advanced network of its kind on the Tube, helping to remove one of the UK’s most high-profile mobile ‘not-spots’
A research exercise by the Centre for Data Ethics and Innovation has found the UK public wants clear, easy-to-understand information about algorithms in use by the public sector
Hewlett Packard Enterprise scoops up San Francisco-based startup to give customers out-of-the-box AI training models for use with high-performance computing systems.
Norway-based datacentre operator signs a waste heat reuse agreement with the world’s first land-based lobster farm
European Union’s data protection regulators say facial recognition and other biometric identification technologies present too great a risk to fundamental human rights to be allowed in public spaces
SonicWall detected 226.3 million attempted ransomware attacks between January and May 2021, more than double the number seen in the same period last year
Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise looks to take the fruits of its strategic partnership with RingCentral out to market with partners
Ciena study reveals how sustainability, connected industries and always-on connectivity are shaping the UK’s digital post-Covid landscape
At NRF Converge, speakers discuss technologies to propel recovery from the recession of 2020, and how social media becomes a minefield for companies that don't have a strategy.
Oracle's latest bid to attract customer workloads to its public cloud involves discounts on traditional software license maintenance and support fees.
HPE took another step toward its goal of being mainly a software-as-a-services company by 2022 with new services for GreenLake and several partnerships, including Microsoft.
Catalogic CloudCasa can now do backups instead of just snapshots, opening the door to better ransomware recoverability and meeting data governance and sovereignty requirements.
Software giant offers financial incentives to longstanding on-premise software customers that opt to move more of their workloads to its cloud platform
New research from Cisco Talos shows cybercriminals are still using the COVID-19 pandemic for BEC attacks to steal millions, but in slightly different ways.
BT broadband provision division and wired and wireless network technology provider enter into partnership to accelerate pace of gigabit network roll-out
DataStax opens regional headquarters in Singapore to tap the growth opportunities in Asia-Pacific where more organisations are modernising legacy systems and building cloud-native apps
Leading research firm predicts remote work will drive PC and tablet shipments to over 500 million units for the first time ever by the end of 2021
Data disclosed under the Freedom of Information Act reveals an estimated 700 data breaches were reported to the Information Commissioner’s Office by local councils last year
New data from US-based endpoint management specialist Automox reveals some of the challenges security teams face in keeping up with endpoint security
Channel player will be able to add Windows 10 onto refurbished hardware and help others in the market handle their licences
Network software provider teams with multicloud edge deployment tech firm to bring cloud-native dynamic deployment of 5G core for leading global operator
University in Bahrain is using Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant to support users of its campus
Salesforce to release new low-code and pro-code tools for developers, as well as DevOps Center, which catalogs app dev efforts and offers a planning platform.
Data is exploding, and HPE wants its channel to help users navigate through that complexity with GreenLake as the main answer
Proposed Joint Cyber Unit will tackle a rising number of serious incidents impacting public services, businesses and citizens of the EU
The annual Wimbledon tennis championship is an event IBM uses to showcase the insights possible using Watson-based artificial intelligence applications
Thousand of jobs in the UK IT sector are at risk as nearly 50,000 small businesses find themselves in dire straits financially
Manufacturer of so-called ‘miracle spray’ overhauls inflexible, decades-old MPLS infrastructure with managed networking and security
York Council needed to refresh its backup service to bring new security protections after it went ‘all-in’ on Microsoft Office 365
In the second year of its DevSecOps project, the Department of Defense is fielding bids to resell its DevSecOps platform and is funding research into software supply chain security.
Sportswear business Salomon turns to HPE for flexible storage and computer infrastructure to run virtualised and containerised workloads
Survey by network services provider reveals worrying lack of preparedness amongst SMEs regarding support for remote workers ahead of the end of analogue copper services form BT broadband provision division
The CEO and co-founder of PlanetScale, Jiten Vaidya, outlines the challenges and opportunities for his firm's open source distributed SQL cloud database.
Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger has reorganized business units and moved executive leaders to focus on AI, graphics and other emerging data center technologies.
Service providers face issues from broken alerting systems to unsupported operating systems. Those that shore up internal security have an opportunity to offer external services.
The database vendor formerly known as MemSQL is out with a major update that adds new storage and multicolumn key support functionality to its unified database platform.
Zoom had planned to release Smart Gallery in beta this week. The Zoom Rooms feature gives all meeting participants equal placement within a video meeting.
Varonis adds another storage provider to its growing list of partners, and Ctera offers increased protection and controls for users via a new partnership.
Aruba's self-correct feature in AI Insights automatically fixes problems deemed safe to repair based on customer feedback.
Rapid changes in technology have put more demands on businesses to understand the skills they have on hand, Oracle said. The vendor is hoping its new HCM tool can help with that.
Report produced for MSSP Talion claims overwhelming support for the criminalisation of ransomware payments
Telco giant claims it is on course to hit an important milestone in its latest sustainability push, with its entire European operations set to be 100% renewably powered by 1 July
Founder of the eponymous cyber security firm has committed suicide in a Spanish prison
Eclypsium researchers discovered vulnerabilities that, if exploited, can allow remote code execution in a pre-boot environment for 128 different Dell products.
Banking group has announced the closure of a further 44 branches as customers increasingly use other channels for banking
Database software giant signs a deal with Deutsche Bank to support the financial services company’s ongoing hybrid cloud-focused digital transformation plans
Cyber security association is making its Professional Development Institute course on ransomware free to the general public until the end of July
Salesforce and Amazon Web Services have declared a ‘strategic partnership’ that is claimed to enable the easier creation of artificial intelligence-infused applications
AWS-based Sisense platform enables meal-kit company to provide more of its employees with data and create custom dashboards
Data in a new report appears to show that dangerous stalkerware apps are becoming normalised in younger age groups
Covid-hit industry is accelerating its shift to a cloud and services model to ensure it can offset decline in traditional volume business
Campaign group set up to oppose Online Safety Bill says the duty of care is too simplistic, cedes too much power to US corporations and will, in practice, privilege the speech of journalists or politicians
Security player SonicWall lifts lid on how 2020 went, with its increased support for managed services players helping to support growth
Extreme Networks will draw on Microsoft Azure's UK datacentre region to provide its customers with locally hosted versions of its flagship cloud management platform
Crypto infrastructure provider Binance provided assistance to law enforcement after finding its exchange was being used by cyber criminals to launder their ransomware profits
Addition of new cyber courses to National Cyber Security Centre’s accredited list will supposedly help students make better choices and help universities get more funding
Comms tech provider launches advanced suite of support services using artificial intelligence and automation to simplify network operations and maintenance
World-famous cycling event to see ‘unique’ concept in communications designed to bring together people, processes and technology over 3,400km, ensuring the continuity and resilience of the race
Google’s proposed Privacy Sandbox initiative – which will see third-party cookies phased out in the Chrome web browser – has been pushed back to 2023
The lead commercial vendor behind the open source Apache Kafka event streaming platform goes public as the market opportunity for data in motion grows.
Enterprise giant HPE says its new zero-trust offering, dubbed Project Aurora, will make its debut later this year with the GreenLake hybrid cloud platform.
Payments giant Visa agrees to pay €1.8bn to acquire Tink, a specialist open banking fintech
Cisco announces index of broadband services in the UK and reveals lead role in government’s levelling-up initiative designed to help close the digital divide
Firebolt looks to grow in the cloud data warehouse market with a proprietary file format and a focus on enabling developers to build data-driven apps on top of cloud data lakes.
Datadobi's DobiMigrate software allows Decathlon, an international athleticwear retailer, to transition its data to numerous major cloud providers and sunset on-prem data centers.
Security researchers this month noted drastic improvements in the domain registrar's effort to respond to and mitigate reports of malicious and fraudulent sites.
As Kubernetes clusters grow and multiply, IT pros rethink their security automation approach to keep SecOps functions manageable while maintaining flexibility for developers.
Seagate's Exos Corvault petabyte-scale storage array introduces self-healing HDD capabilities to ease maintenance and adds erasure coding to protect data at lower overhead.
Six antitrust reform bills made it through the House Judiciary Committee review and will now be considered by the House of Representatives.
Check Point Research uncovered a set of flaws that, if chained together, would have enabled attackers to hijack accounts with single sign-on enabled.
India’s biggest telco will use Google Cloud to manage its 5G network and grow its commerce business
Security vendor looks to Arrow to help extend its reach and get to a greater number of channel partners
Operator launches commercial pilot of 5G standalone service in London, Manchester and Cardiff as it continues development of cutting-edge mobile technologies
Amazon Web Services is inviting customers to probe their code for software bugs and vulnerabilities using its CodeGuru console
Tourists at a Brighton attraction were overcharged by thousands of pounds due to a glitch at payment processor Worldpay
A legal bid to establish collective bargaining rights for Deliveroo riders been dismissed in court, with judges ruling that they are not entitled to the right to form or join a trade union
The CMA has opened an investigation into Amazon and Google over possible breaches of consumer protection law
Isle of Anglesey County Council is investigating a cyber attack that has forced it to shut down systems at all five secondary schools on the island
Speaking at a conference in Dublin, NCSC Lindy Cameron is highlighting the importance of continued collaboration between the UK and Ireland to protect shared interests and counter security threats
KCOM Deal will make Nasstar one of the largest managed services players in the UK, and will add more AWS and Azure expertise
Tech giant Apple has requested a five-year extension to the planning permission deadline for its abandoned datacentre in Ireland, as politicians call for the mothballed site to be put to use
Fivetran is expanding its data integration capabilities with data validation technology that takes a different approach than change data capture for database replication.
The alliance is poised to generate new customer use cases that span AWS services and Salesforce clouds, according to cloud services firm AllCloud; other IT channel news.
This week, the EU launched an investigation into Google's ad practices. Meanwhile, the U.K. focuses on fake reviews and Germany takes a closer look at Apple App Store practices.