Countries convened to discuss digital transformation issues and the application to services of technologies such as AI and digital identity.
Sajid Javid heightens expectations around Wade-Gery review at NHS conference, but health department is unable to say when it might be delivered
Research shows broadband speed clipping is rising sharply, with many subscribers hitting upper speed limits
NCSC warns thousands of small retailers that their websites are being exploited to steal customer data
Seven more subpostmasters have been cleared after the Post Office charged them for crimes caused by its faulty Horizon software, taking the total of people wrongfully convicted to 72, with more to come
The weekly catch-up with personnel moves across the industry includes some senior appointments
Mobile device tracker for third quarter of 2021 shows continued year-on-year market growth, with new 5G smartphone launches and trade-in promotions contributing to growth of mobile trade-in and upgrade programmes
TechTarget research reveals that a record number of customers across Europe are looking to work with managed service providers
Ransomware gangs know how calendars work, and may target their attacks around major holidays to take advantage of more people being off work, according to a new alert
While it is common for threat actors to use cryptocurrency platforms to move and obfuscate ransom payments, this time an exchange platform was the victim of such an attack.
Google has been invited to bid on the Department of Defense's Joint Warfighter Cloud Capability multi-vendor contract. One analyst says Google is well set up to be a contender.
Experts believe small and medium-size businesses will continue using repair shops to fix Apple iPhones and Macs to avoid breaking and replacing the hardware.
Web hosting provider GoDaddy said an attacker broke into its Managed WordPress service and accessed the account details and SSL keys of 1.2 million customers.
Priti Patel is challenged over the various issues relating to new border checks affecting UK residents travelling to the European Union, in aspects such as facial recognition and algorithmic profiling
Overhaul part of recommendations under a digital delivery review led by NHS Digital chair Laura Wade-Gery
Industry organisation with a mission to advance ubiquitous full-fibre connectivity across Europe welcomes publication of the European Commission’s latest ‘Digital economy and society index’ and calls for demand-side measures to boost take-up of fibre networks
UK’s Atom Bank brings in four-day working week for employees with no salary reduction
Acquisition of IP communications provider expands Ericsson’s presence in wireless enterprise and broadens its global offerings, creating a global network and communication platform for open innovation
Research highlights importance of mobile operators taking advantage of globally harmonised spectrum bands and economies of scale for 5G
Smaller businesses appear to have taken to a hybrid working world much more easily than their enterprise-sized counterparts
Channel player shares a trading update on the progress it made in its first fiscal quarter
Research identifies cloud providers as first port of call for enterprises looking to deploy and gain benefits from private mobile networks, with Microsoft named top innovator ahead of AT&T and Deutsche Telekom
Inquiry will assess the lack of diversity in UK science, technology, engineering and maths and will measure current attempts to improve representation
Distributor seals third worldwide deal in a matter of a few weeks as it adds more depth to its security portfolio
The pandemic hit American Airlines hard, but its management took an optimistic view, seeing at as an opportunity to use data more effectively to improve operations.
The National Cyber Security Centre’s second annual report on diversity in cyber security finds room for improvement
Austrian lawyer Max Schrems has filed a complaint after the Irish data protection commissioner put his privacy organisation under pressure to sign a non-disclosure agreement
Ericsson plans to use Vonage's developer community and cloud-based communications platform for 5G software development. The $6.2 billion deal is expected to close next year.
Kioxia became the first vendor to release a PCIe Gen 5.0 SSD with its new CD7 series. Still, it highlighted the EDSFF specification over beating the Gen 5 drum.
A newly-disclosed zero-day vulnerability in Windows could potentially allow local users to elevate their permissions to administrator status, and Microsoft has yet to post a fix.
Workday adds extended workforce management capability to its HCM platform with its acquisition of Vndly. Increasing use of contingent labor and competition motivated the buy.
Apple sued the Israeli technology vendor, whose Pegasus spyware has been implicated in several malicious attacks on journalists, activists and government officials.
Federal contractors and IT vendors should brush up on plans to navigate a government shutdown as a Dec. 3 funding deadline approaches.
A Lords inquiry into the adoption of advanced algorithmic technologies by police in England and Wales has been told that new tools are being introduced without proper training and with little scrutiny of their impacts
Lawsuit alleges spyware firm NSO Group targeted Apple’s users, adding to the pressure on the under-fire company
Kazakhstan’s IT sector is being prepared for international expansion through government investment
French investment banking giant increases its focus on data and artificial intelligence as digital transformation matures
Partial return to the office fails to stop momentum of breakout collaboration technology giant in the third quarter of 2021
Product Security and Telecommunications Infrastructure Bill will reinforce protections for consumer devices and mandate improvements to default security settings
Partners get a nod in comments made by senior executives on analyst calls after the firm shared its third-quarter results
Report from NHS Digital chair Laura Wade-Gery sets out recommendations on how to approach digital transformation in the public health system
Government is urged to work with industry on a flexible regulatory framework to ensure the explainability, reliability and robustness of artificial intelligence
Norway’s tech sector has undergone rapid growth in the past year, consolidating the Nordic country’s position as an emerging European tech hub
Study from Kaleido Intelligence finds that likely supply chain concerns are considered as no deterrent to a surge in global mobile and internet of things roaming activity over the next five years
Research commissioned by mobile satellite communications provider finds that in the face of significant momentum in uptake of IoT since the pandemic outbreak, poor or unreliable connectivity is a seen as a typical gating factor in deployment projects
UK’s largest independent network provider announces 800Gbps ring, launched in collaboration with Ciena, to serve 23 cities and six ‘super core’ sites as part of a multi-terabit, national backbone project
There has been a sharp rise in fraudsters using stolen personal details to open credit card accounts
How did O’Hara get to be running the security and digital workplace distributor and what does he think about the current state of the market?
Distributor says vendor’s Cloud Services Exchange lets service providers solve million-dollar network questions in ‘a few mouse clicks’
Business coalition calls for cross-industry collaboration to close the UK’s digital skills gap
The Post Office made clear its support for a change in UK law regarding computer evidence that was making prosecution 'onerous' - a change which later helped to wrongfully convict subpostmasters
The Future Soldier initiative will see a modernisation supported by use of emerging technologies and bolstered cyber capabilities
Ciaran Martin, the former UK cyber security chief, says the government must explain how it can access encrypted communications without damaging cyber security and weakening privacy
Intense surveillance of public spaces by UK authorities may be playing a part in the normalisation of cyber stalking in intimate relationships
Operator says self-powered masts could enable new sites to be built in the most remote parts of the UK without the major challenge and cost of connecting to the electricity grid
Partnership will drive applied research with Canadian universities in the areas of sustainable grid, digital equity and clean tech involving 6G
Vendor and partner illustrate the continuing need for trusted advisers to hand-hold customers through their security options
Comms tech provider teams with Australian operator for first successful deployment of spectrum sharing to simplify the management and evolution of multiple generations of technology on base station sites, enabling expanded 5G coverage
Comms tech provider implements private network at gold mine, reaching depths of up to 1km to connect people, equipment, sensors, devices and vehicles
The chair of the Post Office scandal public inquiry has confirmed the compensation of a group of subpostmasters will be revisited