What should we expect in the on-going arm-wrestle with cybercriminals as malware gets smart, devious and hard to find?
FirstNet Solutions says that the panoply of management implications and financial threats that lie behind lack of GDPR compliance is a big selling point.
There's potential for a clash between automated compliance management in security and the move to the end user community as the source of future innovations.
Nutanix wants to make the delineations between cloud and on-premise, private cloud and private cloud less and less relevant until they disappear.
The Confederation of British Industry has jumped in with its own report on the dire state of productivity in the UK and what the Government should do about it.
Microsoft cosies up to Linux in Azure while trying to pin down and make sense of technology’s latest slippery eel, quantum computing.
When all the process functions work fine, but the all-important payment stage sometimes stalls, losing the company money and hurting John Lewis' reputation as an online trader.
In pursuit of its Industry 4.0 ambitions, Huawei has let customers and partners blow the trumpet of the overall cause rather than simply dancing to its own tune.
Industry 4.0 offers new opportunities for Chinese provider Huawei to expand its Western footprint.
Getting chatty with Alexa provides a spooky insight into the potential for voice tech at Splunk.
According to SVP Rick Fitz at the company’s recent .conf2017 in Washington DC, the coming year will see a real splurge of development in business use for Splunk.
Chef Software’s CTO and co-founder strikes a musical chord to show how Habitat Builder can help end user businesses innovate the new applications they will need in the near future.
Every mid-August UCAS is headline news, but there is a great deal going on the rest of the year, all of which requires dealing with vast amounts of personal data demanding the best possible security