Spending on IT has reached its highest levels for a decade but a shortage of skilled IT professionals could dampen growth
Tackling the power consumption of datacentres features low on the list of tech leaders’ priorities, but pressures to change are growing
George Best Belfast City Airport has already achieved 50/50 cloud and on-premise working, with 80% of workloads expected to be cloud-based in the next decade. We look at what hybrid cloud means in practice
Mobile chip giant partners with IT and network technologies provider to fast-track commercialisation and accelerate adoption of 5G open and virtualised infrastructure at scale
Splunk’s Asia-Pacific business is growing faster than the rest of the company, but it’s not resting on its laurels
While business leaders are comfortable with and believe there are many benefits to hybrid work, most organisations are unprepared to deliver a seamless experience in a hybrid workplace, where the need for end-to-end data visibility and actionable insights intensifies
The Irish government is ramping up its commitment to cutting greenhouse gas emissions, but acknowledges hitting its revised up target will be a challenge given the country’s current datacentre growth rate
CME Group, one of the world’s largest financial derivatives exchange operators, has signed a multi-year infrastructure migration deal with Google Cloud
Bug bounty programs today offer high monetary rewards for researchers, but they can also suffer from communication issues, delays and inaction that may portend bigger problems.
The digital delivery unit will publish an update of its digital change framework to encompass sustainability, tackling areas such as artificial intelligence and data hosting
Over four million people in England and Wales now work for gig economy platforms at least once a week, marking a nearly threefold increase since 2016
Vendor is keen to build out its UK channel as it looks to tap into strong enterprise demand for collaboration tools
Two individuals suspected of conducting 5,000 REvil ransomware attacks were arrested by Romanian police last week as an international crackdown on the crime gang gathers pace
Another roundup of some of the job moves that have caught the eye in the last working week
GitLab Inc.'s workforce is entirely remote. It's Darren Murph's job, as the firm's head of remote, to make sure the firm and employees succeed under its remote model.
The DBaaS vendor looks to enable developers to control and manage the flow of data from one data service to another with open source Shotover system.
In this Q&A, IDC's Simon Ellis discusses the ongoing disruption to global supply chains and how enterprise apps can help improve processes, mitigate problems and introduce agility.
Europol said the two suspected REvil affiliates were allegedly responsible for 5,000 ransomware infections and received approximately half a million euros in ransom payments.
Deephaven Data Labs has built a platform financial services organizations use to operationalize real-time data for queries and historical reporting of financial and client data.
One of the accused cybercriminals, who was directly involved in the ransomware attack on Kaseya earlier this year, was arrested and faces extradition from Poland.
Self-service data science tools are among the capabilities the analytics vendor unveiled during its virtual user conference and plans to add to its platform in coming updates.
Oracle is targeting startups and going beyond its enterprise stronghold with its first cloud region in Southeast Asia
The first hearing in the Post Office Horizon scandal public inquiry hears why victims should be paid compensation immediately
As organizations increasingly turn to data to inform decisions, more data workers are needed. To address demand, Tableau pledged to help train 10 million data learners worldwide.
IT analyst house 451 Research claims European enterprises could dramatically improve their sustainability credentials by shuttering their datacentres and moving their business applications to the public cloud
Singapore launches two national AI programmes to bolster adoption of AI by financial institutions and the public sector
US Department of Justice unseals charges against a Ukrainian national accused of being behind the summer 2021 REvil ransomware attack on Kaseya
Telco opens UK’s first dedicated telecoms civil engineering robotics test facility designed to help fibre network development and roll-out in challenging environments
The use of blockchain technology in cross-border payments will save global banks $10bn in 2030, according to research
After a sustained period of inactivity, Vienna’s startup environment is finally on the rise again
UK supply issues the only negative in a first-half update that shows the group, which owns Exertis, has kept the momentum going after last year
After switching on gigabit-capable services for 1.6 million more homes, UK cable provider claims to be within touching distance of enabling its entire network to access broadband download speeds of up to 1.13Gbps
Real Madrid is using Adobe’s Experience Cloud software to better connect with its fans in Spain and worldwide
Standard Chartered able to quickly launch new product through fintech platform
IT failure leads to shortages of popular UK crisps on supermarket shelves resulting in extraordinary price hikes on eBay
In concert with its virtual user conference, the vendor introduced the idea of composable analytics, along with tools that enable users to compose customized embeddable dashboards.
NHS funding aimed at enabling faster detection of health conditions and reducing waiting times
Research finds that most workers are still using equipment issued before lockdowns, raising fears of a productivity gap as staff work from home
Age estimation technology developed by Yoti is being pitched as a way of helping social media platforms and other online businesses protect younger internet users from harm
Facial recognition tech may play a role in helping managers assess employee reactions to events in the office, according to Gartner. Other HR trends include market consolidation.
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang, in a conference keynote, promotes a host of new and updated tools and technologies, highlighted by an AI avatar maker for enterprises.
Datafold's founder and CEO details the data observability challenges the startup is looking to address with its suite of data tools that provide visibility into data pipelines.
ScaleFlux showcased its new SFX 3000 computational storage suite, including a custom chip and new SSDs with higher performance along with compression and encryption.
A national AI bill of rights could include the rights to transparency and data governance, according to Biden's top science advisor.
The event data streaming vendor builds out hybrid event streaming deployment capabilities that can help organizations with data in the cloud and on premises.
Cloudian HyperIQ added management and security features in its latest update to help customers handle large-scale, distributed storage infrastructure.
Thirteen bugs, including a critical security flaw, have been patched in the Siemens Nucleus TCP/IP stack, a vital component for millions of connected medical devices.
Network tech and services giant Cisco unveils solutions designed to simplify complex environments as the world embraces flexible ways of working, giving global view of SaaS application health and outages map
Vendor will encourage more to take part in the circular economy and will provide branding materials for those that want to promote their green credentials
Microsoft released a security update to shut down a publicly exploited vulnerability in the beleaguered on-premises messaging platform.
Europe’s proposed artificial intelligence regulation will not adequately protect people from European governments' increasing use of the technology in social security decisions and resource allocation, says Human Rights Watch
Infosec experts weigh in on the U.S. government's latest tactic to thwart ransomware operations -- the offering of rewards of up to $10 million for information on operators.
Distributor will get the chance to handle the vendor’s portfolio on a worldwide basis
Another relatively light Patch Tuesday drop from Microsoft addresses 55 vulnerabilities, two of them already being exploited
Traditional banks could see huge sales increases if they adopted the business models of their digital challengers
Leading UK ISP releases research showing that emergence of the hybrid era means dependence on on-premise infrastructure to support a full capacity office is no longer required
Purveyor of Universal Storage says AI and GPU-based compute will dominate, and is set to benefit with its (relatively) cheap, deep and quick QLC-plus-Optane offer
The new service creates a global map of SaaS delays, interruptions and outages to help IT staff troubleshoot and record problems that violate service-level agreements.
The vendor's updated software agreement provides a broader scope of product coverage while also addressing service bundling and EA quoting.
Clumio Protect now covers Microsoft SQL Server on Amazon EC2, enabling customers to protect SQL Server data in the cloud instead of manual scripts or on-premises backup.
Employers are trying a variety of strategies to reduce employee turnover, but a major problem facing them is bringing women back into the workforce, Gartner says.
Vendor reveals changes to its enterprise agreement that it says will make it easier for partners to sell across the Cisco portfolio and meet the demands of customers
Swedish and Danish capitals have build compelling tech startup success stories, and now rub shoulders with the likes of San Francisco
The Financial Conduct Authority has awarded a three-year contract to UK enterprise search firm Aiimi to enable the regulator’s staff to find documents more easily and collaborate better
A ruling by the Supreme Court has left it financially unviable for individuals to bring class actions in the UK against big tech companies for privacy breaches
Bank cannot account for phones, laptops and tablets that have gone missing over the past three years
Researchers are collaborating on a new satellite system based on shrinking laser communications into a device no bigger than a shoebox
Distributor lifts the lid on what happened to the business in the third quarter
The cyber criminal underground continues its evolution towards a service-based economy
The financial services ombudsman is siding with customers in over 75% of complaints against banks that refuse to repay losses to authorised push payment fraud
Network software provider announces video analytics powered by NVIDIA Metropolis artificial intelligence-on-5G technology designed to transform business processes for faster decision-making
HPE is building a supercomputer that will be shared by four European meteorological services
Leading UK ISP releases research showing that emergence of the hybrid era means that dependence on on-premise infrastructure to support a full capacity office is no longer required
With the launch of the second phase of its platform overhaul, the analytics vendor is enabling users to build their own visual experience without having to write code.
Fresh off its IPO, the data management vendor continues to expand its Intelligent Data Management Cloud services to enable organizations to effectively use data.
Undisclosed threat actor compromised data buckets used to run the Aruba Central cloud environment using a stolen access key
Among the promises of quantum computing is to run combinational optimisation for tasks such as complex train scheduling to minimise disruption
The tech giant said the new features will help users parse through complex business-specific documents in highly regulated industries such as finance and insurance.
Ongoing digital transformation sees online sales grow for M&S as pandemic consumer habits continue
Strategic partnership expanded to anchor nationwide roll-out of full-fibre gigabit broadband to up to eight million homes, with long-term volume commitments
Using the Microsoft Teams collaboration platform, corporate employees can access news feeds and other content from Meta's Workplace social network for business.
Aleksandr Zhukov was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the theft of $7 million in a massive digital advertising fraud operation using his 'Methbot' botnet.
Citrix patched a critical bug in its Application Delivery Controller and Gateway software that left networks open to DDOS attacks. It also fixed a less-severe SD-WAN WANOP bug.
Since its first release a year ago, Atlassian Jira Service Management has closed competitive feature gaps and captured adoption, although some key features remain in development.
New Trend Micro research revealed a cybermercenary group that has been actively targeting high-profile organizations and individuals across the globe since 2015.
HPE-owned Aruba Networks said one of its cloud databases was accessed by hackers who were able to make off with location and telemetry data for its customers' Wi-Fi gear.
AT&T aims its latest managed SASE service at enterprises using Cisco hardware. The offering's features range from firewall and secure web gateway functionality to DNS layer security.
Nearly two-thirds of enterprises in Asia-Pacific plan to increase their IT budgets next year in areas such as cloud computing and cyber security to secure their digital future
The report outlines opportunities and recommendations for the industry in areas such as autonomous systems and artificial intelligence
French teamwork and smart work technology provider unveils its next-generation workshop platform and expands in the US with CEO and key executives
Spanish bank embarks on a massive migration of customer accounts following merger
Training specialist looks to develop its channel relationships as it builds its presence in the market
The technology and innovation office is working on the elements needed to ensure ethical standards in data projects in the capital’s boroughs
A prototype cyber security tool developed at BT uses epidemiological principles to detect and respond to cyber threats
More than 80% of banks now have a clear cloud strategy following a injection of urgency during the Covid-19 pandemic
Biometrics and surveillance camera commissioner Fraser Sampson has panned the UK government’s proposed plan to absorb the functions of those roles under the remit of the information commissioner
Open source championing not-for-profit OpenUK puts forward plan to reduce the environmental impact of datacentres, with an emphasis on encouraging site and hardware reuse
UK comms regulator aims to address key issue preventing proliferation of gigabit broadband to hard-to-reach places
Strong bipartisan support for antitrust reform has resulted in the introduction of numerous antitrust reform bills that may face a tough road toward being enacted into law.
Mobile industry trade association announces new accelerator, with an aim to drive education efforts and showcase innovation
Apollo GraphQL is updating its graph federation capabilities as its users outline how they are using the technology to enable data and service delivery to users.
MPs and peers call for new legislation to regulate the growing use of artificial intelligence in the workplace, which is being used to surveil workers’ performance and behaviour
Vijoy Pandey, head of Cisco's emerging technology and incubation group, charts a long-term roadmap for application-level networking from cloud to the edge.
Contract will see new technology deployed to bolster the UK's radar detection capabilities for the Royal Navy
With Asio, the software company ConnectWise aims to boost service provider efficiency through a single view and with greater scalability; other IT channel news.
A new supply chain dashboard from the White House promises to provide valuable data on supply chain disruption, but it may not be adequate to resolve the complex issues.
Seagate demonstrated NVMe HDD technology, showing off its stability and its potential benefits. Customers can see a reduction in complexity and a step toward composability.