Telemetry can open a window on the murky world of fleet vehicle usage, says Total WayKonect
Priviacy centric app uses a simple green-amber-red signal to show risk of coronavirus infection
Additional $250 million sees the Silicon Valley start-up's value rise to $4.5 billion
AIOps offering presents event and incident information in a more understandable fashion for on-call engineers
Hitachi Capital rolls out identity-as-a-service to handle huge rise in loan applications post-lockdown
Lender is extending its use of Nomidio IDV to speed application processing for the UK government's Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS)
Managing storage for large, complex distributed containerised applications is a whole different game; industry insiders discuss how the options stack up
As authorities seek technological solutions to the pandemic, experts fear the consequences for civil liberties
Hack from Home 'virtual hackathon' aims to kickstart privacy-enhanced apps to alleviate the COVID-19 crisis
Hackathon this weekend is supported by NHSX, Samsung and a number of global universities
Rancher has big - and small - plans for the container orchestration platform
Cassandra is an ideal data store for Kubernetes, company says
Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronavirus, say campaigners
National Emergency Library opened up amid concerns students will not be able to access texts during the lockdown
As more renewable energy sources come online grids and market mechansims are changing and controlling them must be a collaborative effort, says director of systems operations Arjan Stam
Whether you're a global corporation or a small business, ensuring remote working colleages can keep in touch is suddenly more important than ever. We look at 17 video-enabled collaboration tools that could help bridge the communications gap.
QRANGE is working on a three devices to extend the benefits of true randomness
TigerGraph releases version 3.0 of its graph database, asks techies for assistance with COVID-19 analytics
New features designed to enhance ease of use
Serverless is gaining traction and use cases are expanding. Computing speaks to three organisations that have looked at the numbers
Cloud has changed the rules of engagement, says Aiven CEO Oskari Saarenmaa
Coronavirus outbreak means Amsterdam event is postponed until the summer while Shanghai conference is cancelled
GitLab's product management director on progressive delivery, feature flags and evidence gathering
Some US users have been locked out for two weeks.
Encrypted email providers say its part of the country's crackdown on digital privacy
If you can live without personalisation there are plenty of alternatives
When quantum computers arrive the Web as we know it will break. We talk to scientists cryptographers and entrepreneurs working to ensure this does not happen.
Delta predicts a continuation of the trends of the recent years: cloud, consolidation and AI
Tracking the threat actors: NCSC's Eleanor Fairford on the evolving threats to the UK's critical infrastructure
'We're seeing ransomware increasingly deployed against utility providers, law enforcement and emergency response units'
Ethical hacker Holly Grace Williams on the blind spots that lead to companies being compromised
Blockchain latest news: a state-owned quantum computer could break blockchains in as little as three years
Whichever government first produces a working device that can crack public key encryption will be 'master of the world'
Threats are getting more serious, but defences are evolving too.
'We don't have a very diverse set of people working in AI and I think that's worrying and needs to be addressed'
Computing speaks to two vendors with very different approaches
Google's quantum supremacy is real. Now we urgently need quantum-safe encryption, says UKNQT's Sir Peter Knight
'There's a lot at stake in rewiring the world in terms of encryption and we all depend on getting it right'
'I've never seen anything sink as fast as Hadoop,' says Slootman
AWS growth disappoints as Amazon announces windfarm in Scotland and continues to push Prime
The hyperconvergence vendor moved from selling hardware to subscription software and took a hit to revenues in the process
'We centralised everything internally and started to get the practices right, from requirements through to development standards'
Our bots are just flowcharts, they're not going to try to take over the world, says AA Ireland's Louise McCormack
Insurance companies have no choice but to automate so they'd better start learning how
Allowing business owners to see how the technology stack works has helped break down barriers
Solid developer and inrupt advisor on progress with Berners-Lee's vision of re-decentralising the web.
Graph databases are shaped the way we think, so why can't people get their heads around them?
Interview: MongoDB cofounder Eliot Horowitz - 'I'd like to see a fair fight with the cloud providers'
Horowitz discusses MongoDB's licensing and how he wants to see more VC money being ploughed into core open source
The FT's Angelique Vu on how she switched from the creative arts to software engineering
Expert panel debates the important factors when deciding to go with AWS, Azure or CGP or a local or specialised provider
Apparent change of heart welcomed by campaigners
The most important consideration in a cloud migration journey should be resilience
As AWS and Azure scoop up more of the cloud IaaS /PaaS market, what are organisations looking for? A research presentation from Computing Delta