European / Europe stories
DQA & DickersonDigital join forces, bolstering Australian IT sector
DQA collaborates with Indigenous-owned IT leader DickersonDigital, aiming to enhance Australia's technology sector and support Indigenous enterprises.
SourseAI bags $3m in Series A funding to expand AI telecoms platform
Australian start-up SourseAI bags $3m in Series A funds led by Centerstone Capital, aiming to expand its AI telecoms platform globally.
AI propels European businesses towards increasing smart video adoption
AI is increasingly driving businesses across Europe to adopt smart video use, with numerous sectors recognising AI's potential impact.
Verne Global appoints Natasha Mehta as Head of Project Management
Verne Global appoints Natasha Mehta, former VIPA Digital Associate Director, as Head of Project Management to help guide its sustainable data centre operations across Europe.
Voxility enhances European presence with new point of presence in London
Voxility has expanded its IaaS offering in Europe, establishing a new point of presence at AtlasEdge's London data centre.
IGEL bolsters global enterprise with new executive sales leaders
IGEL welcomes Mads Skalbo and Eric Kline as new VP's, strengthening global enterprise with an increased focus on Europe.
Nicole Coleby named as new Managing Partner of Operations at Pop Group Holdings
Nicole Coleby has been appointed as the new Managing Partner of Operations at Pop Group Holdings, intending to bolster its global footprint.
NomuPay acquires Total Processing to bolster global payment services
NomuPay expands global reach with the acquisition of Total Processing, in a bid to streamline its payment services.
Predicted surge in AI-fuelled scams in 2024 demands increased vigilance
Rising AI-powered scams forecasted for 2024 necessitate increased vigilance amid financial scams' surge from UK and Australia.
Genetec's security report reveals rising cloud adoption in Australia & New Zealand
Genetec's security report indicates increased adoption of cloud-based security solutions in Australia and New Zealand.
Ransomware attacks surge 81% in October, new threat actors emerge
Ransomware attacks soared 81% YoY in October, disrupting new sectors while threat actors exploit antidetection tools.
NetApp & AWS launch FSx for ONTAP, boosting storage performance nine-fold
NetApp and AWS boost storage performance nine-fold with FSx for ONTAP launch, enhancing cloud migration and usage.
Carlyle set to make majority investment in GBTEC Software AG
Carlyle, a global investment firm, is set to make a majority investment in GBTEC Software AG to bolster its BPM and GRC capabilities.
Gigamon leads the way in deep observability market, says 650 Research
Gigamon has been recognised as a top vendor in the burgeoning deep observability market, according to a new study by 650 Research.
SpeQtral & Toshiba extend partnership to build Singapore's quantum-safe network
SpeQtral and Toshiba continue their collaboration to develop Singapore's first quantum-safe network, aiming to provide global network protection.
CALLUM introduces SKYE: A high-performance multi-terrain electric vehicle
CALLUM has launched the SKYE, a unique high-performance electric vehicle designed for thrilling on- and off-road adventures.
Nuvias UC hailed as Technology Services Distributor of the Year 2023
Nuvias UC garners Technology Services Distributor of the Year 2023, lauded for strategies in unified communications.
Global expansion hindered as firms struggle to hire knowledge workers
Global firms' growth is being hampered by struggles to recruit high-value knowledge workers, with one-third reporting issues.
PAYSTRAX launches in UK after successful European growth
Lithuanian fintech PAYSTRAX begins UK operations after robust growth in Europe, aiming to impact the local tech scene.
Ransomware attacks doubIe in two years says Akamai Technologies report
Ransomware attacks on global organisations have doubled in the past two years, according to a report by Akamai Technologies.
Half of firms yet to adopt AI for business, reveals Valcon's study
Over half of surveyed businesses haven't adopted AI in their operations, despite recognising its benefits, says Valcon.
Alarming findings in 2023 State of SaaS Data Security Report
Despite IT leaders prioritising cyber protection, the 2023 State of SaaS Data Security report reveals a 60% data loss rate across European organisations.
Privacy regulations may increase data sharing by websites, Warwick study shows
Warwick study suggests privacy regulations like GDPR might inadvertently lead to increased data sharing by websites.
UK firms target regional suppliers for key items by 2026
By 2026, over 53% of UK companies plan to secure most key items from regional suppliers, boosting domestic production and reducing global disruption risks.