UK / United Kingdom stories
UK's CEF embarks on digital transformation journey with HPE
The HPE GreenLake platform is set to enable CEF to optimise their infrastructure management and improve security using the disaster recovery capabilities of Zerto.
Want Cyber Insurance? Better get patching!
Managing the technology stack and known vulnerabilities is becoming a key criteria for cyber insurance payouts
Why Healthcare Organisations Need a Multi-Layered Approach to Protect Against Ever-Evolving Threats
Complex combinations are creating opportunities for threat actors to take advantage of weaknesses in systems security and technology as attention is diverted elsewhere.
TechDay is now in the UK with the launch of five new sites
TechDay has extended its reach to the UK with the launch of eight new sites to get the word out about the latest IT developments in the country.
Plans for regional internet rollout announced by Proximity
Proximity plans to increase its number of internet exchanges in an effort to be within reach of up to 95% of the UK population.
It's official, WhiteLabel NZ goes into liquidation
The story of WhiteLabelNZ has ended abruptly with the company's liquidation following an unsuccessful fundraising campaign.
Sync, a UK tech company, celebrates £1 billion milestone
Manchester-based IT specialist, Sync, has announced a strong end to 2022 as it reaches £1 billion worth of Apple sales over six years.
Tech sector aims high in sustainable digital transformation
Schneider Electric produced the New Zealand Business Sustainability Research Index with Perceptive, which interviewed 300 New Zealand business decision-makers.
Intellectual property, automobile hacking, and economic challenges amongst 2023 cybersecurity challenges
Driven by nation-state threats, market competition and internal threats, many companies will face an increased risk of losing valuable intellectual property.
Remote sensing tech market to reach $42.5 billion by 2030
The remote sensing technology market is set to reach $42.5 billion by 2030, according to new forecasts from the Market Statsville Group.
Data breach in 2023 to exceed US$5 million/incident: Acronis
Between July and October, Acronis found that the proportion of phishing attacks has risen by 1.3, accounting for 76% of all attacks.
Xero partners with NZ Football and FIFA Women’s World Cup
Xero has partnered with New Zealand Football until 2026, which will include the period covering the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023, to be held in Australia and NZ.
Commpete hails ACCC’s decision to block Telstra and TPG deal
Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has recently vetoed Telstra and TPG's deal to share a network in Australia’s regional and rural areas.
University researchers to tackle global data storage crisis
Scientists at Aston University are starting a research programme to tackle the global shortage of digital data storage.
OpenText Security Solutions delivers cyber resilience solution for MSPs
OpenText Security Solutions has introduced Carbonite Cloud-to-Cloud Backup in Australia and New Zealand, enabling organisations to protect business critical data.
Bitdefender urges caution when dealing with holiday spam
Bitdefender Labs is warning people to be aware during the festive season due to a significant increase in spam scams.
72% of Aussie workers want AI in the workplace - SnapLogic
SnapLogic has released new research showing 72% of Australian workers want to use AI in the workplace but can’t because of skill and education gaps.
Nerdio completes Series B $117M funding round with Updata Partners
Nerdio has announced completion of a Series B funding round investment of $117 million by Updata Partners, a growth equity company.
Employee burnout greatest fear for cyber security professionals
Data security is critical to building an effective cyber security strategy, according to more than 60 % of polled organisations.
Exclusive: DC220 to aid Fastrack expansion in New Zealand
IT enterprises of today can thrive through successful partnerships, and having the right data centre partner can help significantly enhance company growth and expansion.
New study reveals Australia's most in-demand skills amid labour shortages
Despite new technologies transforming the world of work, the top five most in demand skills in Australia are human skills.
Flashpoint finds Australia the sixth most targeted country for ransomware
A new report from risk intelligence firm Flashpoint has found that Australia was the sixth most targeted country in the world for ransomware attacks.
Employee wellbeing is a megatrend for 2023, says UKG
UKG has announced its annual human resources (HR) megatrends that businesses should expect in 2023, identifying three major trends.
Web scraping is legal, but still suffers misconceptions
It is estimated that more than half of organisations have not implemented web scraping due to legal concerns and complexity.