Some 28 million citizens have access to the NHS login, according to new data
The rise of no-code and event-driven architectures are among the developments that will shape the future of data analytics, according to Tibco’s regional chief technology officer
National University Cancer Institute, Singapore’s chatbot will kickstart the counselling process for patients who have a higher risk of contracting hereditary breast and ovarian cancer
Retailer’s website and app back after attempted hack caused problems over the weekend
Next-generation network facility in Cambridge claims to be breaking fresh ground across multiple industries and creating a true first-mover advantage with private 5G
Trade association TechUK calls on government to prioritise tech-led growth on Budget and Spending Review
Improving efficiency, reducing waiting times and expanding tests and scans are among the key targets for £5.9bn of extra NHS funding
Adobe begins long task of integrating Workfront with its universe of popular creative collaboration cloud that includes Photoshop, Adobe XD, Adobe Experience Manager and more.
The RSPCA was one of the earliest adopters of Google’s online business productivity suite of tools nearly a decade ago, and the organisation’s assistant director of IT resources reveals how that decision has benefited the charity throughout the pandemic
Five companies joined the digital identity programme aimed at enabling buyers of real estate, and more providers are expected to join a pilot starting this month
As the new way of working in the post-pandemic arena evolves, research finds digitally mature businesses are hitting the accelerator on digital infrastructure
Microsoft's latest Teams features try to ease the confusion and some of the difficulties patients face when using telehealth technology to meet with doctors.
Networking tech giant announces deal with leading European operators with what is claimed to be state-of-the-art 5G equipment and its highest bandwidth router
According to Microsoft, the Russian threat group known as Nobelium has already compromised 14 technology service providers across the United States and Europe.
The rebranding of PrestoSQL to Trino has been a boon to the open source effort, as new capabilities and adoption of the query technology are growing in 2021.
Emsisoft developed a decryptor for BlackMatter and also found vulnerabilities in about a dozen other ransomware families that can be used to recover victims' data.
A CyberArk researcher showed that $50 worth of hardware and some attack scripts are all you need to break into home and small business Wi-Fi networks.
DevSecOps supplier Lacework’s expansion into Australia and New Zealand will pave the way for a broader move into the Asia-Pacific region
Strategic alliance aims to enable greater access to healthcare across Europe
Softcat CEO adds to the growing chorus across the channel who are feeling positive about the year ahead
Capita has expanded its team and moved systems to the cloud to support Transport for London’s Ultra Low Emission Zone expansion
Channel player keeps delivering the numbers as it manages to successfully navigate the pandemic
The UK government has awarded a contract to network analytics software provider Quantexa as part of its efforts to fight fraud, especially that connected with Covid-19 business support schemes
Qlik Forts, a tool that enables customers to access and analyze data where it resides rather than forcing them to first import it into Qlik, is now generally available.
UK fintech unicorn Thought Machine is transforming the IT of large traditional banks, while working with fledgling digital-only challengers
Analyst: Latest features added to Acquia's marketing, commerce and customer data platform offerings show the company is serious about adding enterprise users.
NetApp's OnTap 9.10.1 enhancements include new ransomware protection and add NVMe/TCP performance as well as new object storage capabilities.
A coordinated operation by law enforcement has seen 150 taken into custody amid allegations of buying or selling illicit goods on the dark web
Cisco's Webex Hologram is an augmented reality product aimed at improving collaboration when workers can't be in the same space. Cisco didn't provide a release date.
The partnership between the open source AI vendor and veteran data service provider demonstrates the emphasis enterprises are now placing on the data in their AI systems.
How did Alex Walsh get to be running the UK channel at Veeam and what does he think about the current state of the market?
Amazon company reveals increased business with service provider partners following new integrations of its technology with TalkTalk, MasMovl, Mediacom, and others
Cloud giant will invest NZ$7.5bn in New Zealand over the next 15 years through the new Auckland cloud region
Leading Australian operator deploys modular 4G/5G Smart Node solution from leading comms tech provider to become first network operator in the Asia-Pacific region to deploy a live 5G femtocell
Consultants recruited to fill technical skills gaps on the NHS Test and Trace programme are expected to cost £300m amid concerns spend has gotten “out of hand”
Disaster Recovery as-a-service, Data Govern and project Fort Knox available or in development as data protection supplier augments its portfolio with ransomware firmly in mind
TSB has opened its latest tech centre in Scotland while IT services provider CGI announces the creation of hundreds of UK tech jobs
UK foreign secretary’s visit to India sparks a number of collaborations in developing next-generation network projects
With prices set to rise, CEO Satya Nadella used the Q1 2022 earnings call to discuss the deflationary effect of digitisation
Data from security association (ISC)² shows demand for cyber pros is still outpacing supply as the sector continues an upward growth trajectory
Software toolbox aims to guarantee the consistent low latency and high reliability demanded by time-critical applications running on 5G networks
The government will put challenger banks at a disadvantage through its reduction in the bank profit surcharge, says TechUK
Microsoft’s chief environmental officer says it’s not too late to prevent a climate disaster, but doing so will require a group effort and levels of tech innovation on a par with those needed to put a man on the moon
Although its public cloud market share is way behind AWS and Azure, GCP is forging ahead with its industrial cloud strategy
Spending Review adds more than £750m of funding to improve cyber security resilience across government
Three months after considering whether to launch a probe, UK competition watchdog opens market investigation of role played by tech firm in mobile radio network used by emergency services
Rishi Sunak announces plans to incentivise private sector investment in research and development, attract global talent and boost the UK’s skills base
Informatica has transformed in recent years from an on-premises software vendor to a SaaS-based subscription model in the cloud as new services for data have emerged.
US government claims that a district judge has given WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange a ‘trump card’ to avoid extradition
Microsoft reported revenues of $45.3 billion, a 22% gain over last year's first fiscal quarter. The company saw cloud revenue for the quarter surpass $20 billion for the first time.
U.S. senators expressed frustration with social media giants for not supporting specific legislation enhancing child privacy protections online.
IT giant evolves collaboration suite to combine Webex meeting functionality with real-time, photorealistic holographic experience
Five-year contract to support Scottish capital’s transformation into a smart city includes data insights, processes and tools to achieve transformational change and deliver high-quality services to citizens
Sophos researchers share some of the more common tactics ransomware gangs use to pressurise their victims into paying up
Facebook offers a look at how its approach to designing and building its datacentres has evolved to keep pace with the growing demands of its growing user base
Channel player shares numbers for its first half and talks of a solid second half to the year
$200m committed to reforestation and restoration efforts, and $100m for non-profits over the next 10 years
Salesforce turns its attention to field service technology development, bringing mobile app and web experiences more in line with consumer-grade customer service.
Analysis of surveillance laws and practices in six African countries finds that existing privacy laws are failing to protect citizens from illegal digital surveillance, which is being facilitated and enabled by global tech companies
Nokia lands deal building on existing relationship with Taiwanese operator to power first 5G service across the island using a multi-operator core network, while private LTE selected by Argentinian operator to connect rural regions and boost Industry 4.0
TrueNAS Scale hits general availability and marks iXsystems' first foray into HCI, bringing scale-out storage to its NAS devices.
With support for both PostgreSQL and Cassandra, Yugabyte is scaling up to enabled distributed transactions with its open source-based technology platform.
Following last year's breach, Twitter obtained 100% security key enrollment from its 5,500 internal employee accounts within a month of the cutover date.
Commvault's Metallic Security IQ provides visibility into potential security vulnerabilities in Metallic environments and calculates a security posture score for admins to beat.
The CIA discussed kidnapping Julian Assange after WikiLeaks published thousands of documents revealing its arsenal of hacking tools, defence lawyers tell a London court
Victims of three separate ransomware families can now recover data using tools developed by the antivirus vendor with help from a malware analyst and an alleged Babuk developer.
A report from cloud security vendor Zscaler found that cybercriminals are using secure connections to evade detection while carrying out network attacks.
The P100 ASIC delivers a high performance-to-power ratio for web-scale data centers. It's the 11th chip in the Silicon One family.
Vast Data released VastOS 4, which includes security features such as indestructible data snapshots and visualization tools aimed at making storage simpler to use and manage.
GitHub’s first chief security officer offers a glimpse into the company’s efforts to help developers and organisations embrace secure software development practices
Evidence and views will be sought by UK government on how inventions and creative work made by AI should be protected
Though varied across different markets, overall quarterly global fixed broadband growth returns to normal at the end of the second quarter of 2021
Project Gigabit quarterly update Autumn 2021 reveals the estimated sequencing, scope and dates for the English Phase 3 rural projects which will see 570,000 more rural premises in line for full-fibre broadband.
Record September quarter drives double-digit growth in Apple’s fiscal year but global smartphone market loses steam in third quarter as shipments decline in wake of supply chain woes
Facebook has changed its corporate name to Meta to support its work on the next generation of “social technologies”, but concerns around trust and privacy persist
Convincing customers to invest in cybersecurity has become less like pulling teeth, according to MSP executives; other IT channel news.
HM Treasury agrees to spending review bid from Cabinet Office to create the new single sign-on system for government over the next three years
Amazon has reported 39% year-on-year growth for its public cloud division AWS and posted overall third quarter revenue of $110.8bn, up 15% on last year
Europol has not said whether the suspected ransomware actors were arrested or detained, but the 12 were allegedly involved in attacks that affected 1,800 victims in 71 countries.
InfluxData sees a lot of potential for its InfluxDB open source database, as the need to instrument and collect data from both physical and virtual sources continues to grow.
Datadobi's latest service enables visibility into large, unstructured data lakes through a new scripting language, powered by the company's metadata technology.
Facebook said the metaverse will change how business is done. However, the company faces competition in the VR collaboration space and skepticism about its practices.
President Joe Biden's administration has eased H-1B work visa processing, but it is not seeking a cap increase. Instead, it's aiming to grant more green cards.
Android 12L, the new OS for tablets, foldables and Chromebooks, will include new ways to use the split-screen feature, but analysts are doubtful it will appeal to enterprises.
Economist Carl Shapiro said to get big tech regulation right, Congress can't lump Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook into the same category.