Amazon pledges to provide free AI training to two million people by 2025
Amazon pledges to offer free AI training to two million people globally by 2025 as part of its 'AI Ready' commitment.
London start-up Reboxed secures £1.6m for sustainable tech retail growth
Sustainable tech start-up Reboxed has bagged £1.6m to boost its eco-friendly marketplace, aspiring to rehome 100 million devices by 2030.
Phare Health secures £2.5m seed funding to innovate fintech tools for hospitals
London-based Phare Health has secured £2.5m in seed funding to develop AI-driven fintech tools aimed at improving financial management in hospitals.
OpenUK report examines state of open source skills in the UK
OpenUK's 'Skills or Bust' report highlights potential for economic growth through open source skills in the UK.
New fintech platform Fils brings sustainability to payment companies
New fintech platform Fils, developed by Nameer Khan, equips payment firms with tools to integrate ESG values in operations.
Finalto opts for Solace to boost trading infrastructure for global deployment
Finalto selects Solace's enterprise solutions to upgrade its trading infrastructure, keen on enhancing global data transfer efficiency.
SoftIron unveils world's first AUKUS Cloud for secure data storage
SoftIron unveils the world's first sovereign AUKUS Cloud, offering cutting-edge secure data storage technology for battlefields and challenging environments.
ControlUp enhances digital employee experience with new Microsoft features
ControlUp has unveiled new features for its DEX platform, optimising Microsoft-powered employee experience and simplifying IT management.
'UK's crucial infrastructure under major threat from cyber attacks' report reveals
The National Cyber Security Centre's annual review reveals a sustained and significant cyber threat to the UK's crucial infrastructure.
Panasas unveils PanFS 10 for enhanced AI/HPC workload transfers
Panasas reveals PanFS 10, a new product to enhance AI/HPC workload transfers, supporting Seagate Exos 2x18 technology.
British Land introduces digital wallet access for London office building
British Land teams with SwiftConnect and HID to provide digital wallet access at Broadgate's 100 Liverpool Street office in London.
Cerillion signs EURO €12.4 million contract with Tier-1 European telecom provider
Cerillion has nabbed a EURO €12.4 million contract with a Tier-1 European telecom provider to offer its SaaS solutions.
The IN Group acquires BioTalent to bolster life sciences recruitment
Global recruiter The IN Group acquires BioTalent, reinforcing its life sciences division while spotlighting AI and data research.
New report reveals booming global demand for AI expertise
Artificial intelligence expertise has seen a global surge, with a 60% in hiring and 59% rise in organisations seeking such skills, according to a new report.
UK shoppers expected to be cautious in upcoming holiday season
UK consumers expected to keep a tight rein on their wallets this festive season despite falling inflation rates.
Metro Bank's 'Kids Play' initiative fosters tech skills in deprived London children
Metro Bank's 'Kids Play' initiative is teaching tech skills to primary school children from deprived areas of London.
TurinTech & UbiOps partner to optimise ML code
TurinTech partners with UbiOps to optimize machine learning code for inference and serving, offering a next-generation framework for AI applications.
Shippit and Parcelrun launch zero-emission delivery pilot in Sydney CBD
Shippit partners with Parcelrun for Australia's first zero-emission last-mile delivery pilot programme in Sydney CBD.
GAIN LINE's suggestions for robust data security post Lyca Mobile attack
Leading business consultancy, GAIN LINE, calls for stronger data security measures following recent cyber-attack on Lyca Mobile.
Big Data London set to explore rise of genAI and data evolution
AI is a pivotal theme to the conference as businesses look to embrace GenAI to stay competitive and innovative as the science of data continues to evolve.
Databricks continues global success with London office
Databricks expands across Europe with new offices in Tel Aviv, Zurich, London, Munich, and Stockholm, and plans for infrastructure in Paris.
Wynyard hires former Darktrace, GCHQ officer Andrew France
Wynyard Group, the security software company spun out of Jade Software last year, has hired Andrew France, former deputy director of cyber defence.
Facebook looks back at 2012
Social networking site releases review of the past twelve months, looking back at the people, moments and things that created the most buzz in 2012.
Olympic fans told to text, tweet or watch TV
TV coverage issues has led to calls for lessened twitter and texting activities during the Olympics as data networks become overloaded.