Industroyer malware trialed in attack on Ukrainian power grid in 2016
'Unless digital transformation gets into every department and process, it won't work' says Siemens customer solutions CEO
"It cannot be the task of a corporate department," says Dr. Norbert Gaus
Watson IoT will 'generate new insights to benefit business and society alike', claims IBM's Harriet Green
Siemens AG picked Teradata over HP Vertica, IBM and Oracle because it was 'the first to understand the need for an ecosystem'
Is UK plc scaremongering the government into relaxing visa restrictions?
System will make handling 97 per cent increase in calls more efficient
Nokia re-united with telecoms equipment arm as Siemens gets out of communications
Telecoms firm wants to use money to pay off debt and fund investment
Why are the big telecoms equipment vendors struggling in the age of IP?
Nokia Siemens also drops 8 per cent globally
Republicans accuse White House of using malware leaks to bolster President's image
EU security body's report details the potential threats to Industrial Control Systems, and what should be done to protect them
The £750m transaction should close by July
The system will enable the council to provide VoIP and unified comms to public bodies across Kent
Staff accept deal to avert proposed industrial action
Surprise profits have prompted giant to review 2010 outlook
Contract expected to reduce complexity and cost
Productivity and shared services is the driver for deploying converged network
New communications system could deliver £567k savings over five-year period, say consultants
Sale driven by need to reduce costs and refocus activity