internet of things

Europol sting operation smokes multiple botnets

Some of the most prominent malware-dropping botnets in operation today, including Bumblebee, IcedID, Pikabot, Smokeloader, SystemBC and Trickbot, have been disrupted in a coordinated law enforcement action orchestrated through the European Union’s (EU’s) Europol agency. Operation Endgame, which enlisted the support of both the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and the US’s FBI, as well…

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Storage technology explained: AI and data storage

Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) promises a step change in the automation fundamental to IT, with applications ranging from simple chatbots to almost unthinkable levels of complexity, content generation and control. Storage forms a key part of AI, to supply data for training and store the potentially huge volumes of data generated, or…

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5G networks and biometric breakthroughs: Navigating opportunities and risks

The launch of 5G networks has opened a new chapter in how we connect. This technology, known for its incredibly fast speeds and almost non-existent delay, is already changing how we use our devices and access the internet, and one area where 5G’s capabilities are making major waves is biometric authentication. Businesses are quickly adopting…

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Dutch organisations start building a federated European cloud

The European Commission (EC) approved the Project of Common European Interest – Cloud Infrastructure and Services (IPCEI-CIS) programme in late 2023. In this programme, around 100 companies and knowledge institutes from 12 EU countries will cooperate on developing new and innovative data and cloud solutions for industrial companies and in areas such as hydrogen and…

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Oracle’s Steve Miranda: Customers nearing inflection point with Fusion

Steve Miranda, executive vice-president of Oracle Applications product development, spoke to Computer Weekly at Oracle Cloud World 2023 in Las Vegas about what he sees as an inflection point among the firm’s customers – a tipping point from project-based to business-driven conversations with the supplier. He also spoke about how generative AI is a big…

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The search for sustainable UK tech talent

While Rishi Sunak may not be the first prime minister to do so, he has recently made clear his intentions to position the UK as a global tech superpower by 2030. Up-and-coming areas, such as artificial intelligence (AI) and quantum computing, will be a particular focus. To reinforce the point, chancellor Jeremy Hunt pointed out…

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Ryder Cup testbed to feature tech firsts in Rome

The Ryder Cup is set to trial some of the latest technology for sporting events when it tees off in Rome later this month, with plans for its wider roll-out across the European Tour Group. The flagship event is an important test bed to the European Tour Group, as it continues to digitally transform the…

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Most Influential Women in UK Tech: Computer Weekly’s Hall of Fame

Computer Weekly’s list of the Most Influential Women in UK Technology has been running since 2012 to make female role models in the UK’s technology sector more visible and accessible.In 2015, the Hall of Fame was introduced alongside the top 50 to recognise women who have made a lifetime contribution to the technology sector, as…

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CTO interview: Gavin Rea, Gulf Bridge International

As chief technology officer (CTO) at Gulf Bridge International (GBI), Gavin Rea is responsible for the design, operation and evolution of GBI’s submarine cable and associated terrestrial cable networks. GBI provides connectivity from the Gulf into Europe, India and Southeast Asia, and connectivity among the Gulf states.“GBI has been in operation for 11 years now,”…

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Podcast: HDDs have a long life ahead in certain workloads

Some have predicted the imminent demise of spinning disk hard drives (HDDs), but Rainer Kaese, senior manager for business development in storage products at Toshiba Electronics Europe, argues they have many more years life left in them. Core to his argument is that with the volume of data expanding rapidly, HDDs offer cost-effective storage that…

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