News Archive

  • April 22, 2022 22 Apr'22

    Makers to honour women in software in fourth annual awards

    For the fourth year in a row, software bootcamp Makers is looking for up-and-coming women in the software development scene to celebrate diversity in the sector

  • Sponsored News

    • Why Enterprises Value Stability Over Gee-Whiz Technology

      One of the ironies of the fast-changing technology world is that the corporate department that’s responsible for applying those technologies to the business is typically one of the most conservative parts of the organisation. See More

    • Two Game-Changing Wireless Technologies You May Not Know About

      With all the (justifiable) excitement about the impending arrival of 5G wireless service, it would be easy to overlook two other developments in wireless networking that could have an even greater impact on businesses than 5G, at least in the short term. See More

    • What Do PCs Have to Do with Sustainability? Plenty

      More than 70% of executives say sustainability is a top-10 priority for their companies. Two-thirds of consumers will pay more for brands that commit to sustainability. And more than 70% of people prefer to work for a company that has a strong green footprint over one that doesn’t. See More

    • Reimagining the Laptop

      It wasn’t long ago that some skeptics forecasted that laptop PC sales would dwindle amid competition from tablets and increasingly capable smart phones. But the laptop is “the little engine that could.” Statista now forecasts that sales of notebook computers will surge to 225 million units in 2021, up more than 60% from four years ago. See More

    View All Sponsored News
  • April 22, 2022 22 Apr'22

    What’s up with Conti and REvil, and should we be worrying?

    New intelligence on some of the world’s most prolific ransomware gangs suggests recent disruption to their activities was like water off a duck’s back

  • April 22, 2022 22 Apr'22

    Asda adopts Workday as part of digital transformation

    As Asda undergoes a digital transformation as part of its separation from Walmart, the supermarket has adopted Workday to manage its 140,000 employees

  • April 22, 2022 22 Apr'22

    How Adnovum is leveraging its Swiss roots

    Software company Adnovum is leveraging its strengths in identity and access management and its Swiss heritage as it expands into new markets and areas such as zero-trust security

  • April 22, 2022 22 Apr'22

    UAE bolsters cyber security

    The United Arab Emirates has successfully improved its security posture amid mounting cyber threats

  • April 22, 2022 22 Apr'22

    ‘Postcode lottery’ for UK gigabit broadband affordability

    UK gigabit connectivity roll-out continues apace with total fibre-to-the premises coverage hitting 9.8 million at the end of February 2022, but pricing of basic tariffs and installation costs vary across the country