Google announces €3B EU data centre investment

Forget facial recognition. Researchers around the world are creating new ways to monitor you. Lasers detecting your heartbeat and microbiome are already being developed | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 1 month ago

Cosmetic giant Yves Rocher hit by data leak exposing 2.5M customers

Personal information belonging to 2.5 million customers of cosmetic and beauty giant Yves Rocher has been exposed in a data leak. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Six ways to max out network security in the age of IoT

There are many different methods that you can use to secure your networks against potential threats. Paul Routledge identifies six of the most effective. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Capital One hacker also infiltrated AWS servers to mine crypto

The former AWS employee who allegedly hacked Capital One bank in July has been accused of breaching the bank's cloud servers to mine cryptocurrency. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Oracle and Microsoft bring multi-cloud interconnection to London

UK companies using Oracle and Microsoft Azure clouds are about to benefit from a huge boost in performance. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

VMware announces refreshed software-defined networking stack

VMware has announced updates to its NSX networking software to improve the security and management of cloud application traffic running on virtual machines, containers or bare metal. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Microsoft to open 31 new Azure edge sites

Microsoft is to open an additional 31 Azure edge sites, bringing its total portfolio of edge nodes to 150 across 50 counties. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Three ways the public sector can get the most from hybrid cloud

In order for public sector organisations to obtain the full benefits of hybrid cloud, they need to continually learn, experiment and monitor. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

UK to decide on Huawei 5G involvement by end of autumn

The fate of Huawei’s involvement in the UK’s 5G network could be decided by the end of the year, Digital Secretary Nicky Morgan has said. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman goes on leave

News of Mr Suleyman’s leave was first reported by Bloomberg, which suggested it was linked to controversies over some of DeepMind’s work in the health industry. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Google, IBM, Intel, Microsoft join consortium to protect in-use server data

Hardware vendors, cloud providers, developers, open source experts and academics have joined forces to advance confidential computing. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

67% of UK businessses relunctant to adopt new technology due to cyber concerns

67 percent of UK business leaders say cyber security concerns are preventing them from adopting new technology and blocking their digital transformation strategies. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Weak pound drives record investment into UK tech sector

UK tech firms netted a ‘staggering’ 6.7 billion US dollars (£5.5 billion) in investment in the seven months to July | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Developers are being increasingly entrusted with key IT purchasing decisions

The importance of containers and Kubernetes to enterprise hybrid strategies is bringing the developer closer to the board. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Facebook expands data abuse bug bounty programme to Instagram

Instagram users can now report app developers they believe are misusing their data as part of an expansion to the social network’s security tools. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

The rise of the architect in data centre design

Architects are assuming a more prominent role in data centre design. For Will Ringer, project director at Scott Brownrigg architects, the only surprise is that it hasn’t happened sooner. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 2 months ago

Don’t make DevOps the new Web 2.0

The internet is awash with useless discussions that overcomplicate DevOps and its key concepts. Don't make DevOps the new Web 2.0. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Millions of unhashed fingerprints discovered on unsecured Elasticsearch DB

Researchers have discovered an Elasticsearch database containing millions of fingerprints, facial recognition information and unencrypted credentials. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Santa Fe data center outage forces much of Mexico banking services offline

A data centre outage crippled most of Mexico's banking services over the weekend, preventing customers from making purchases or using ATMs. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Only 11% of UK businesses have a cyber insurance policy

New research from the Association of British Insurers shows overwhelming majority of UK businesses lack a cyber insurance policy. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Reliance Jio pledges free connectivity and cloud infrastructure to startups

Reliance Jio pledges free connectivity and cloud infrastructure to start-ups and promises cut-price cloud services for SMBs. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Facebook denies its execs gave contradictory evidence to UK government committee

Facebook was asked by House of Commons select committee to clarify ‘concerns’ it had over evidence submitted by company executives. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Building a data lake that can harness the value of IoT

When technical capabilities and company culture combine, IoT-fed data lakes become a powerful brain at the heart of the business. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Growth of UK tech sector slows for first time in seven years

Growth in the UK tech economy has eased for the first time in seven years, with Brexit uncertainty and cuts to corporate spending blamed. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

New smart sensor could help doctors supervise wounds remotely

Engineers at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh will work on the microsensor that can monitor tiny, microscale mechanical changes to the body’s tissue. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Hitachi Rail trialling train sensors to replace ticket barriers

Hitachi Rail is testing the system in northern Italy and believes it could be used on trains, buses and trams in the UK. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Zero-day exploit found in Delta eBMGR industrial and data centre control system

Exploit could allow cyber criminals to wreak havoc with operational technology found in factories, businesses and data centres. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

NHS given £250m for AI development

The NHS will receive a £250 million boost to build artificial intelligence that could help treat conditions including cancer, dementia and heart disease. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Microsoft admits contractors can listen to Skype calls via translation function

Microsoft contractors are able to listen to some conversations that go through Skype’s translation function, a report has claimed. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Accelerating Cloud Adoption with DevOps and Automation

DevOps and automation are forcing companies to rethink their move to the cloud. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Google banned from listening to Google Home recordings for three months in EU

Hamburg's Data Protection Authority has banned Google from listening to conversations recorded on Google Home devices for three months across Europe | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Digital Realty to construct 10-storey, 13-level data centre in Seoul

Digital Realty enters into South Korea with towering new facility. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Application consistency vs. functional consistency in multi-cloud architectures

In a multi-cloud world, the distinction between operational and functional consistency is more important than ever. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Dropbox has shaved 20% off data centre costs by adopting SMR storage

Dropbox says it has shaved 20 percent of data centre operational costs by adopting SMR storage. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Sensyne Health signs £5m deal with Bayer to develop treatment for heart disease

Sensyne Health is one of a number of companies mining NHS data using AI, alongside DeepMind, Google, and Babylon Health. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

What is the state of enterprise IoT in the UK?

"Enterprises in the country need a fair amount of coaching and guidance to help them understand the tangible benefits of the IoT" | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Apple admits contractors hear some user interactions with Siri

Apple confirms interactions with Siri are analysed as part of quality control. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Dark fibre: A data centre manager’s toolkit

Rob Coenen breaks down the top considerations data centre managers should make before plunging into the dark. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

From agile to fragile: Is DevOps the weak link in your cloud security strategy?

If organisations are not careful, pressures imposed on DevOps teams can compromise application and data security in cloud environments. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

Equinix Expands AWS Interconnection

Equinix has announced it is expanding the company's partnership with AWS with the launch of a new AWS Direct Connect Service Delivery program. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 3 months ago

The Work One by Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium

A deep dive into the Singapore Cybersecurity Consortium’s work to improve Singapore's cyber resilience. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

Researchers have captured an image of quantum entanglement

Researchers from the University of Glasgow have unveiled a breathtaking image of a form of quantum entanglement known as Bell entanglement. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

Google admits listening to Google Home recordings

Google also revealed that an investigation has been launched after Dutch audio data was leaked. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

France approves tax on “Big Tech” despite US threats

France has adopted a pioneering tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook despite US threats of new tariffs on French imports. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

Fire destroys Ghanaian Ministry of Health server room – report

A fire tore through Ghana's Ministry of Health headquarters in Accra on Saturday night, destroying the Ministry's server room and all its equipment. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

Nvidia and Google are still kings of AI hardware

The latest AI hardware from Nvidia and Google have set new records for the time taken to train machine learning models, according to new MLPerf benchmarks. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

US probes France’s proposed tech giant tax

The White House is launching an investigation into France’s proposed tax on internet giants like Google, Amazon and Facebook. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago

Jaguar Land Rover developing AI mood detection to reduce driver stress

AI system alters cabin features such as heating and ventilation in response to drivers' facial expressions. | Continue reading


@techerati.com | 4 months ago