More than a decade has passed since off-premise services first came to market, and the accompanying ecosystem has matured to a point where many enterprises are now adopting a cloud-first strategy.
A man in the US who co-founded a service to protect sites from cyber-attackers has pleaded guilty to launching distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks.
I‘ve always been slightly dubious of new platforms since Google Wave promised to revolutionise the internet.
Google Wave, Dear Reader, died 10 years ago 12-months after it was launched to great fanfare.
So, to TikTok, the portrait video app with 800 million users. At the start of 2020, there’s no reliable UK data but its safe to guess there’s an upward trajectory.
The Government Digital Service (GDS) has dropped plans to shelve its “cloud first” policy after launching a review of the procurement guidance last year.
It’s January, and you may have already had to suffer through a cancelled train, a packed carriage with standing room only, or a traffic jam that’s cost you a meeting.
Any time Internet outages take place, they can be extremely disruptive to global businesses. By preventing users from reaching critical applications and services, outages can cause major revenue and reputation damage. While application delivery is dependent on many Internet Service Providers (ISPs), it also increasingly relies on a large and complex ecosystem of Internet-facing services — such CDN, DNS, DDoS mitigation, and public cloud. These services work together to provide exceptional digital experiences to users and even brief disruptions can have a significant impact.
The UK health system is one of the most telling barometers of our society. How do we care for a growing and ageing population? How do we make patients the winners? What are the greatest upcoming risks?
Researchers from the University of Warwick claim to have developed a non-invasive wearable sensor powered by artificial intelligence (AI) that can detect low-glucose levels through ECG without the need of a fingerpick test.
The new year sees Vodafone continue with its expansive 5G rollout, adding Belfast, Edinburgh, and Leeds to its list of cities to have received the 5G switch-on.
BT today announced the findings of its largest ever study into small-to-medium enterprises (SMEs) with fewer than 100 employees across the UK, with SMEs revealing a sense of mixed business confidence leading into the New Year.