IT & infrastructure

UK among countries most likely to encounter cloud attacks

News
21 Feb, 2020
Sabina Weston

Ireland most cyber-secure country in Europe

Your data backup could be a disaster waiting to happen

In-depth
20 Feb, 2020
Zach Cooper Nik Rawlinson

You may think your files are protected - but could you be in for a nasty surprise when disaster strikes?

Mastercard bolsters fraud fighting with Europe Cyber Resilience Centre

News
18 Feb, 2020
Bobby Hellard

US payments giant looks to shore up European banks and fintech with Belgium-based security hub

Thales strikes key cloud partnership to support Fujitsu services

News
12 Feb, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

The security firm’s tech will help Fujitsu launch a new PKI management platform

National Portrait Gallery hit by 350,000 email attacks in three months

News
10 Feb, 2020
Bobby Hellard

Majority of attacks said to be targeting employee accounts and associates of the gallery

Best open source cloud-storage services

Best
6 Feb, 2020
Steve Clark

Worried about storing your private files with data-hungry tech giants such as Google and Microsoft? Here are three open source alternatives

Oracle broadens geographic reach with five new cloud data centres

News
4 Feb, 2020
Sabina Weston

The company aims to add 36 locations by the end of 2020

IT Pro 20/20: What the year ahead holds for technology

In-depth
31 Jan, 2020
Virtual Clouds

In our first issue, we look at the stories that are helping to shape 2020's business trends

Dropbox on multiple devices

Dropbox finally fills vacant COO role amid company transformation

News
31 Jan, 2020
Roland Moore-Colyer

Former Google Cloud exec Olivia Nottebohm replaces Dennis Woodside, who left the company 16 months ago

Cloud security

Check Point spots two flaws in Microsoft Azure

News
30 Jan, 2020
Nicole Kobie

However, the vulnerabilities in Azure Stack and App Service were patched last year

Avast expands opt-out after data-sharing investigation

News
28 Jan, 2020
Nicole Kobie

Security company will ask all users of its free antivirus if they are willing to let their browsing data be shared with third parties

What can companies learn from object storage pioneers?

Advice
28 Jan, 2020
Lindsay Clark

Object storage is an increasingly popular way to store data, but beware the pitfalls

Twilio powers Be My Eyes app to aid the visually impaired

News
23 Jan, 2020
Nicole Kobie

Cloud communications firm halves response time for app, with 90% of connections made within 30 seconds

Oracle HQ sign

Oracle appoints former VMware channel lead

News
21 Jan, 2020
Daniel Todd

The appointment follows the company's recent efforts to drive adoption of its cloud infrastructure service

Exploited Internet Explorer flaw won't be patched until next month

News
20 Jan, 2020
Nicole Kobie

Microsoft's legacy browser hit by zero-day strikingly similar to one found in Mozilla's Firefox

The Microsoft logo beside trees

Microsoft plots ‘carbon negative’ target for 2030

News
17 Jan, 2020
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

The firm wants to go further by 2050 and remove all the carbon it has emitted since 1975

Data centre and servers in the cloud with a technology overlay

Cloud hardware sales slide, but still dominates wider IT market

News
16 Jan, 2020
Nicole Kobie

IDC predicts cloud infrastructure will overtake traditional hardware sales this year

Encrypting a small business: Why remote working could be your blindspot

In-depth
15 Jan, 2020
David Howell

Despite many businesses already using encryption, the majority of policies lack complete coverage

Illustration of a code cloud raining over a city

Our 5-minute guide to enterprise cloud computing

In-depth
15 Jan, 2020
Esther Kezia Thorpe Grace Halverson

What is enterprise cloud computing, how is it used, and what are the business benefits?

Banco Sabadell signs up to 10-year IBM deal

News
15 Jan, 2020
Bobby Hellard

The Spanish bank will migrate its IT systems to a Red Hat-developed hybrid cloud infrastructure