Now we’ve all seen the cloud advantage, it’s time to deal with that legacy tech says Dave Chapman of Cloudreach
Brave users can access content on IPFS via ipfs:// URLs
No quick fix to massive hack say security experts as a fourth malware strain is discovered
Women make up just eight per cent of the cyber workforce in the UK
Every organisation needs its helpers but their efforts often go unrecognised, says ENSEK’s Sarah Smith
Claim would be the largest group action personal data claim in UK history
Privacy International celebrates High Court win
With many aspects of the trade deal still to be ratified, organisations that transfer data to and from the EU need to start preparing now
ISVs and service providers welcome the release of Amazon's open source Kubernetes distro, although some foresee more lock-in
QA and testers need to be first-class members of the team
Login and messaging problems on the collaboration site began at 3.14 pm
Bears, scares and ransomware
'Cloud is at an inflection point': Kubernetes specialist Appvia on being selected by Bank of England to lead its cloud transformation
Appvia was selected to lead the transformation project from a long list of 46 suppliers
Stemettes co-founder Anne-Marie Imafidon speaks to three young women making their way in tech and engineering and helping others to follow in their footsteps
Latest Computing Delta research finds the leaders pulling away from the competition
Evergreen IT will become the default model for new technologies, predicts RSA CIO David Germain, but securing evergreen systems requires an holistic approach
Tech firms and industry bodies say planned antitrust legislation may arrive too late
Berners-Lee's Inrupt releases first commercial offering, the privacy-preserving Enterprise Solid Server
ESS offers a route to 'inclusive capitalism', says CEO John Bruce
'Brazen, heartless and disruptive threat actors' deliberately targeting health facilities during the pandemic
Oracle announces new dual-region UK Government Cloud operating from data centres in London and Wales
Data centres in England and Wales are linked by a high speed backbone
Tibco's Information Builders acquisition 'most significant one and the largest in our recent history' says CEO Dan Streetman
The coming together of two long-established enterprise data management firms will bring broad new capabilities to bear on Tibco's core areas of focus.
'Open source was seen as a way to deliver a cheap knock-off of a word processor and now it's recognised as the best way to innovate and deliver the best ideas to the market'
Where cloud dreams come unstuck - the common pitfalls experienced during cloud moves, and how to avoid them
HPE technologists on the cost and operational issues surrounding hybrid cloud and bimodal IT
Fine reduced from initial figure of £183 million because of the pandemic, ICO says
Members of the IT team share their experiences
Open source software and open APIs have increased the range of options available to IT leaders, but has the problem moved elsewhere?
Three's 5G rollout means expanding capacity on many fronts at the same time, explains network strategy and architecture manager Firoz Vohra
Infrastructure services unit to be spun off as a separate company
Outages started at 9.12 Wednesday
Community is the big differentiator between proprietary and open source software
'Don't try to do everything at once. Start with infrastructure as code and automation. Don't go for microservices and containers too early...'
Strongly consistent storage of state and scheduled jobs added to the Workers platform
'Customers complained to me that we were a little bit too blackbox', says COO Matt Quinn
CEO Sacha Labourey: 'DevOps is a pretty good proxy for what needs to happen in any organisation'
'The overarching goal is to connect all the devices so we can have an overview from birth to trash'
The holy grail of I&AM is to actually improve the user experience while making the business more secure, but most organisations are a long way from that
Di Giacomo talks about the IoT, Kubernetes, Linux and the importance of continuing to support legacy tech while venturing towards new horizons
With the increase in remote working, business can't get enough of the cloud. We share users' opinions of AWS, Azure and GCP
Updates are KB4558130 for Windows 10 version 2004 and Windows Server version 2004, and KB4497165 for Windows 10 version 1903 and 1909
Northumbria University is also 'experiencing an ongoing IT issue as a result of a cyber incident'
Placing SMIC on the Entity List would require US suppliers to obtain a licence before trading with the company
The hubs will support at least 300 startups with infrastructure, mentoring and training by 2025
From 34th to 47th in the world
There's no blueprint for success but approaches certainly can be replicated, says CTO Gavin Barton