Huddle in trouble: Did the journey from startup to scaleup cause the UK cloud firm to lose its way? 16.8.2017 21:45

What does the future hold for cloud collaboration firm Huddle, once a darling of the UK tech startup scene but now seemingly in need of a financial bailout?

A decade of IT change since banking meltdown 16.8.2017 17:00

With 10 years passing since Northern Rock had to be bailed out by the government, we look at how banking IT has changed since the financial crisis

NotPetya attack cost up to $300m, says Maersk 16.8.2017 16:30

Danish shipping line Maersk estimates that the NotPetya cyber attack in June cost the company up to $300m

UK workers interested in cyber security, survey shows 16.8.2017 15:59

Many UK workers are interested in cyber security and would consider a career in the field, a survey has revealed, which could help close the skills gap

Female students less likely than male students to consider tech roles 16.8.2017 15:27

Research by KPMG finds many female students have never considered applying for a graduate tech role, and male students are more confident in their tech skills

Nordic IT professionals content in current roles 16.8.2017 13:59

Most Nordic IT professionals are happy at their current employer, receiving competitive training and pay packages

Regulation and impact of cyber attacks driving security spending 16.8.2017 12:15

Awareness of the impact of cyber attacks on business and regulation are expected to be the top drivers of continued and increased spending on cyber security, according to research firm Gartner

GDPR drives cloud firm’s Cloudian S3 object storage deployment 16.8.2017 12:00

Interoute deployed Cloudian Hyperstore because it believes customers want object storage to help gain compliance with the forthcoming European GDPR regulations

Fiat joins BMW's autonomous car platform initiative 16.8.2017 11:30

Car makers Fiat and BMW are working in collaboration with Intel and Mobileye to develop a scalable platform for self-driving vehicles