BT Group chairman Michael Rake says the organisation is willing to let an independent board oversee Openreach’s spending and strategy decisions
The Baltic state is reportedly in early stage talks with the UK and Luxembourg governments about setting up a backup site in either country to protect citizens’ data from risk of hackers
We explore how back-office IT is being applied to industrial machines
Verizon Communications to boost its advertising business by acquiring Yahoo's client database in a $4.83bn deal
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British hackers, including members of Anonymous, have been tried in the UK, despite causing serious damage to US computer systems a court hears.
Golf shoe maker looks to up its game by using e-commerce software as a service from SAP Anywhere
A group of tech firms have joined forces to develop a management protocol for IoT devices that could pave the way to an open, interoperable standard to address security and privacy risks
A report by dark web intelligence firm Flashpoint reveals how jihadist groups use common security and other tools to hide their digital communications from national security forces
The VMworld Europe User Awards 2016 are now open for entries until 5 September. Read the criteria and find out how to submit your nomination here
Head of the National Audit Office highlights risks from a 'digital capability' gap across Whitehall
As Computer Weekly celebrates its 50th anniversary, we look back on the great women who have made technology as well as the IT industry possible
Expense management is one area of business where the application of IT can bring about double-digit cost reductions
Whether it’s the IoT, cloud, mobility, big data or analytics, there is always something new to grapple with. At Cisco Live in Las Vegas attendees found out how to keep up
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TIBCO Mashery: APIs now have a 'lifecycle'- CW Developer Network
Data integration and analytics company TIBCO has released Mashery Enterprise API, essentially a piece of API management software supplied as a SaaS subscription. What is API management? In ... Continue Reading
There’s more to a container than, well, a container.- Quocirca Insights
It seems that virtual machines (VMs) are so last year. A new ship has sailed in and docked – it’s a container ship and it is full of Dockers (as well as Rkts and Mesos). The idea of ... Continue Reading
Why cryptographic keys & digital certificates matter to DevOps- CW Developer Network
What happened was the marketing people at Venafi hired a corporate brand consultant and asked them to come up with a funky term so that the firm didn't have to just explain that it ... Continue Reading
Splicing data machinery -- what is scale-out data processing, really?- Open Source Insider
Splice Machine is an open source RDBMS (relational database management system) powered by Hadoop and Spark. The firm’s latest product updates paint something of an interesting picture in terms of ... Continue Reading
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