Google Cloud expands availability and scope of IT sustainability tracking tools for enterprises

Google Cloud has outlined its commitment to helping enterprises “authentically” tighten up their sustainability strategies and become more environmentally friendly. Ahead of the Google Cloud Sustainability Summit, which is taking place today…

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Russia-aligned hacktivists behind Lithuania DDoS attack

A Russia-aligned hacktivist collective known as Killnet appears to have taken responsibility for a series of damaging distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on government institutions and networks in Lithuania, following a…

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Chris Conradi, chief digital officer, FSN Capital

After a Google brainwash, Chris Conradi is on a mission to transform a sector yet to realise the benefits of the latest digital technologies. Conradi left Google in 2019 to work at…

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Veritas aims at autonomous backup discovery and provisioning

Data protection heavyweight Veritas is aiming to rework its core software offering NetBackup around autonomous functionality. Its Autonomous Data Management project will see the development of, for example, autonomous provisioning capabilities where…

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Commercial cyber products must be used responsibly, says NCSC CEO

Tech companies that develop sophisticated cyber capabilities that could be co-opted by malicious actors have a responsibility to see that their sale is controlled and that they are used safely, National Cyber…

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Sustainable Norwegian colocation firm Green Mountain expands to the UK with Infinity SDC buyout

Norway-based sustainable colocation provider Green Mountain is expanding into the UK through the acquisition of Infinity SDC’s last remaining datacentre in Romford, Essex. As previously reported by Computer Weekly, Infinity SDC began…

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Brexit a net negative for UK cyber, say CISOs

An overwhelming majority (97%) of senior security professionals say that they hold concerns for the security of UK businesses following the country’s departure from the European Union (EU), particularly in the wake…

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A1 Telekom Austria offers VMware SD-WAN

A1 Telekom Austria Group has announced it will offer software-defined wide area network services via the VMware SD-WAN offering in all of its operating companies. Claiming to be an SD-WAN pioneer, A1…

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LockBit ransomware gang launches bug bounty programme

In what is likely a world’s first, the operators of LockBit have added a bug bounty programme as they launch version 3.0 of their ransomware, offering pay-outs to those that discover vulnerabilities…

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