High-performance computing-focused colocation provider is opening its second datacentre in Slough, Berkshire
Growing 5G hothouse in UK’s industrial heartland announces new education events designed to explore the possibilities and opportunities that next-generation infrastructures can bring to urban settings
Police facial recognition deployment resulted in four arrests, but questions remain about the necessity, proportionality and legality of the technology’s use
Sydney-based TV content provider MediaHub got tired of performance issues and scaling difficulties with SAN and NAS, so powered its as-a-service offer with Scality object storage
The outcome of a court ruling concerning a holiday pay dispute between Pimlico Plumbers and one of its former employees could have costly implications for the umbrella company sector, it is claimed
Aviation services provider Swissport says its systems are mostly back up and running after a ransomware attack
Research study outlines key attributes of the vision of 6G communications, including its foundational and enabling technologies, and the potential it will deliver to industries and economies alike
Print player’s UK CEO argues that aiming to be carbon neutral through offsetting does not go far enough on the sustainability issue
UK government announces changes to its forthcoming Online Safety Bill, including new criminal offences and expanded list of content internet companies will need to proactively address
In an email to contractors sent out earlier today, umbrella company confirmed some data had been accessed and shared online in the wake of last month’s suspected ransomware attack on its systems
WebAssembly's first beachhead in its mission to break out beyond the web browser has been in edge computing, where it offers efficient support for bespoke serverless workloads.
Alliance between and global Wi-Fi adoption body designed to ensure that operators worldwide will benefit from the latest USP and TR-181 releases that enable an enhanced customer experience
Aircraft’s satellite-based communications claimed to offer the best connectivity experience across Latin America
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the office workplace permanently, according to Gartner. Employee relationships are weaker, turnover is higher, and automation may accelerate.
Once strictly a web browser utility, WebAssembly may soon be coming to a server near you and bringing with it a new level of computing abstraction to contend with.
Vendor announces several changes as it updates the partner programme for the fiscal year 2023 and looks to make life simpler for its channel
Wormhole also offered $10 million to anyone who provided 'information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible' for last week's heist.
The OLAP database vendor now has a new cloud service model that provides users with a managed instance for data analysis, business intelligence and machine learning.
The agency said it will no longer require taxpayers to use a third-party website to authenticate identity and will develop its own tools to boost security and prevent fraud.
When companies and users decide to adapt the technologies of the coming metaverse, they will also expose themselves to a new class of security risks and vulnerabilities.
‘Significant regulatory challenges’ have prevented Nvidia in its $31bn attempt to purchase chipmaker Arm
UK fintech investment rose from $5.2bn in 2020 to $37.3bn in 2021, with 603 private equity, venture capital and merger and acquisition deals
The World Health Organisation and International Labour Organisation warn against invasive workplace surveillance and promote right to disconnect in joint briefing on how to promote healthy and safe remote working
After a successful first year, TrueCue has partnered with several firms to run another female-only hackathon to encourage data analysts to solve real-world problems
Submarine cable system between Norway and the UK claims milestone that will facilitate a new era of connectivity between the countries
Porn sites could be legally obliged to verify that their users are 18 or over under proposed online safety rules, in UK government’s second attempt to prevent children from accessing pornography online
Acquisition will boost firm’s unified comms position as well as bringing in more security and networking expertise
Addressing the continuing onslaught of cyber attacks, IBM has delivered an offering that combines its FlashSystem and Cyber Vault products for fast recovery.
The latest update for Catalogic's CloudCasa Kubernetes backup service offers new features to improve cloud security and enables users to bring their own choice of storage.
Innovation leader announced for digital unit as it aims to build a customer-centric digital organisation to bring products and services to customers and create new opportunities
Roar data, anyone? Tiger offers local access to cloud data, with only parts of the file being worked on downloaded and file locking in cloud buckets to ensure integrity
Study reveals a near-$20bn spike in carrier billing spend over the next two years, driven by the growth in 5G-based mobile gaming and video subscriptions
Contractors working for the Parasol umbrella company are querying why it has taken so long for news of the firm's data breach, which is linked to a cyber attack on its systems five weeks ago, to come to light
Microsoft is making changes to web macro permissions across multiple Office apps to help improve user security
Although Congress isn't looking to regulate VR or the metaverse yet, its efforts on antitrust and data privacy could have impacts down the road.
Leading mobile processor firm inks deal to be systems solutions provider for legendary motor marque in strategic technology collaboration aimed at helping to boost the manufacturer’s digital transformation
Rola Dagher has penned a blog post in the wake of Dell’s partner programme updates, sharing her thoughts on market growth
API vulnerability potentially left PII on DPD Group’s customers dangerously exposed, but was rapidly fixed on disclosure
Pegasystems adds voice recognition and natural language processing agent-assistant 'copilot' tools for contact centers, based on 2021 acquisition of Qurious.io.
A guide to algorithmic impact assessments is being used to help developers, data scientists and product owners check bias in healthcare systems
Nvidia's acquisition of Arm Ltd. faced its share of regulatory hurdles, but the global semiconductor chip shortage prompted increased scrutiny of the chip-related deal.
Microsoft's change in the default settings of five Office applications aims to shut down a widely used and longstanding threat vector to enterprises.
Unlike the residential real estate market, growth in commercial real estate has been slow. A fintech vendor is seeking to fill a market need for commercial real estate data.
The Mayo Clinic is piloting a gamification in learning platform. Unlike other forms of learning, the healthcare organization believes the platform facilitates two-way communication and team effectiveness.
A couple was arrested Tuesday morning after the DOJ traced 120,000 bitcoin to a digital wallet containing funds stolen during the 2016 hack of cryptocurrency platform Bitfinex.
Officials in Russia have knocked the SkyFraud credit card fraud operation offline in the latest of a string of police actions against cybercriminals in the region.
Global consultancy firm KPMG is making good on its pledge to employ more people from working class backgrounds by 2030 with cloud-focused youth tech talent push
IT market watcher Omdia claims the next four years could see a sizeable shift in how datacentres interact with the electricity grid as the use of smart grid-enabled UPS tech becomes more widespread
IDC study shows nearly four-fifths of enterprises are set to implement conversational customer engagement to improve customer experience
Victims of the Post Office Horizon scandal are due to tell their devastating stories to the statutory inquiry
John Carr, a child safety campaigner backing a government-funded campaign on the dangers of end-to-end encryption to children, says tech companies have no choice but to act
It’s a light Patch Tuesday for February 2022, as Microsoft issues fixes for just 48 CVEs, including a solitary zero-day
A new assessment discusses the importance of data sharing, a lack of standards and the skills gap
Combined capabilities from global technology services provider and cloud computing platform to enable an AI-powered, end-to-end workflow management and service automation platform
An insight into what topics are on the mind of David Watts will echo across others in channel leadership positions
UK’s National Cyber Security Centre teams up with US and Australian partners in a joint advisory warning organisations of the increasing sophistication exhibited by criminal ransomware gangs
Its prevalence as a cloud operating system means Linux is becoming a meal ticket for malicious actors, but the security industry does not seem to have cottoned on to this yet, says VMware
A digital minister has said that the UK’s forthcoming digital markets legislation is ‘superior’ to similar efforts in the EU, but could not commit to a specific time frame for when it will be introduced to Parliament
With one public disclosure and not a critical vulnerability in sight, administrators will have time to recover from the roller coaster of patch problems from last month.
In the spring, Stripe will become the first payment platform to support Tap to Pay for contactless credit and debit cards and digital wallets. Shopify's POS app uses Stripe.
The vendor continues on its path toward an initial public offering, as demand for its open source Trino-based data lake query engine platform grows.
Government announces eight pilots to simplify local authority processes to speed up 4G and 5G deployment, allowing telecoms firms to get easier access to public buildings and street lights, bus shelters and traffic lights
Palo Alto's updated PAN-OS software uses machine learning to analyze network traffic in real time, and two firewall appliances provide the processing power to support it.
Census raises new money as the vendor ramps up its operations to help organizations get data from data warehouses to power large-scale business applications.
A joint cybersecurity advisory documented top ransomware trends for 2021 and addressed ways for organizations to improve security.
Google auto-enrolled more than 150 million users into two-step verification last October and mandated two-step verification for 2 million-plus YouTube accounts.
Adobe adds marketing personalization and messaging orchestration capabilities to Experience Cloud for B2B and B2C users whose customers favor smartphones.
The Galaxy S22 Ultra combines the Note's writing utensil and size with the S series' camera. The new smartphone has a starting price of $1,200.
Infinidat upgraded its purpose-built backup appliance, InfiniGuard, with anti-ransomware software and boosted its DRAM to provide faster recovery times.
Some 51% of spending in key areas such as application software, infrastructure software, business process services and system infrastructure will shift to cloud by 2025, says Gartner
National Audit Office’s 60-page report on the 2017 roll-out of the IR35 reforms claims HMRC’s actions made non-compliance a ‘highly likely’ outcome for public sector bodies
UK communications regulator sets out initial thinking on how the UK mobile market might develop and how networks might need to evolve to meet future demand
The DCMS has confirmed £23m government funding for 2,000 scholarships in England for AI and data science Masters degree conversion courses
Banks need to step up their anti-money laundering processes if billions of pounds’ worth of criminal activity is to be prevented
The leader of the London Office of Technology and Innovation discusses local government’s response to the pandemic and its priorities for collaborative work around data and innovation in 2022
Mobile chip giant opens new labs in Europe to build on existing commitment to make extended reality accessible to the masses, with focus activities on XR R&D, engineering and key technology development
Channel player has shown resilience over the course of what was another challenging year for the IT market
Defence lawyers claim Swedish court decision not to hear evidence from a Swedish prosecutor leaves important legal questions unanswered over international police operation to hack EncroChat cryptophone network
At Scylla Summit 2022, the open source NoSQL database vendor introduced upcoming services including a DBaaS as well as a new platform release, and a user outlined its application.
Comms tech and software providers partner to deploy Citizens Broadband Radio Service private 5G network across Howard University’s campus in Washington DC
The tech giant continues to build out its multimodel database capabilities with the general availability of a new API for widely used MongoDB applications.
HMRC has moved to play down claims it is collecting more tax than it is due when tackling non-compliance with the IR35 reforms in the public sector
£190,000 job will lead digital, data and technology policy across Whitehall, in charge of the 200-strong Central Digital and Data Office
Firm’s recently installed CEO gets the chance to share some upbeat numbers as the channel player looks back on 2021
Network lifecycle automation firm launches AI/ML-based network planning, optimisation and modelling solution aiming to deliver 5G mobile network with the highest revenue potential
Massachusetts discloses breaches of companies that affect just a single resident, giving the commonwealth a much larger number of 2021 incidents than other states.
Vast Data is using its high-performance flash as a backup target for Commvault's software, bringing its efforts to compete with HDDs to the purpose-built backup appliance market.
Dynatrace expanded observability-as-code tools to let developers and DevOps engineers determine how production services send feedback via a self-service interface.
The vendor behind the open source Great Expectations data quality technology is looking to build a commercial cloud service to help data professionals accurately profile data.
Hadnagy, an influential figure at the DEF CON security conference, was permanently banned following allegations of misconduct at the annual Las Vegas gathering.
Dynatrace is among a slew of DevSecOps vendors touting a one-stop shop for observability and security automation, but IT pros say it's unlikely to displace existing tools for now.
Rackspace Technology’s acquisition of Just Analytics will bring delivery capabilities to Southeast Asia and pave the way for its expansion into Vietnam
Council is negotiating with the information commissioner after refusing to reply to questions under the Freedom of Information Act about staff IT and security training during the pandemic
Digital exclusion remains a huge issue in the UK and to address the problem, leading digital inclusion charity has entered into a partnership with the Internet Services Providers’ Association
As Estonia finalises the initial version of its government services digital assistant for launch later this year, the man heading the project describes the birth of Bürokratt and beyond
House of Lords Science and Technology Committee inquiry will investigate the government’s strategy to advance its science and tech ambitions, how it will be delivered and its feasibility
Even though the average organisation is an unlikely target for a Russian state cyber attack, here's why security teams still need to watch what Russian threat groups are up to
Research from mobile test and assurance services provider shows that standalone core, network cloudification and operational agility drive accelerating 5G roll-outs, with service assurance rapidly gathering pace
Most Dutch companies still haven’t realised that security is an integral part of their IT and company strategy
A white paper outlines measures including digital care records under move to help individuals receive “better, more joined-up care”
European Molecular Biology Laboratory uses NetApp to enable researchers to share and process high-end electron microscopy data
New research from Chainalysis claims the DarkSide ransomware affiliate involved in last year's Colonial Pipeline attack also had ties to the NetWalker ransomware operation.
The CMA has secured a final set of Privacy Sandbox commitments from Google relating to the proposed removal of third-party cookies from its Chrome browser
Channel player indicates this is going to be a year of activity as it makes its first acquisition since last summer
Amazon has made its Care telehealth service available nationwide with in-person healthcare services to follow later in the year. The company is tapping a growing healthcare market.
The House of Lords Finance Bill Sub-Committee has shared the findings of its latest inquiry into the impact the IR35 reforms have had on the way contracting works
IBM's new Breakthrough, a bundle of IaaS and consulting services, is aimed at giving SAP customers one-stop shopping for S/4HANA cloud transformations. v
Study from leading UK operator pinpoints green gains from switching to full fibre over copper networks, including increased efficiency, reduction in degradation and exchanges, and fewer engineer journeys
The digitize-or-die catalyst of the COVID-19 pandemic forced enterprises toward BizDevOps, and IT observability data has begun to inform cooperation with business users.
Recent research points to a continuation of the enterprise IT projects -- many built on cloud technology -- that emerged in the second half of 2020; more IT channel news.
Supply chain issues plaguing Wi-Fi 6E will lead many enterprises to skip the wireless standard and go straight to Wi-Fi 7, according to the Dell'Oro Group.
Two bits of CX news from Google: Cloud Platform expands customer success operations globally, and users find the search behemoth's AI a fit for customer experience deployments.
The Foreign Merger Subsidy Disclosure Act would allow federal antitrust enforcement agencies to track foreign government investment behind U.S. business mergers.
Companies enter a legal gray area when protecting their intellectual property, copyrights and trademarks against NFT makers.
OneNote web app users will be able to set a view-only mode, copy and paste objects without changing their format, and perform other functions found in the desktop version.