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  • 2017 IT Priorities ASEAN Infographic

    Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIOs and senior IT decision-makers in ASEAN what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for 2017.

  • 2017 IT Priorities ANZ Infographic

    Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIO and senior IT decision-makers in Australia/New Zealand what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for 2017.

  • 2017 IT Priorities APAC Infographic

    Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIOs and senior IT decision-makers throughout APAC what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for 2017.

  • Converged infrastructure: Essential guide

    In this guide, we take a deep-dive into the benefits of converged infrastructure and find out why this is an area of hardware spend CIOs are increasingly turning their attention to, with a view to investing more of their IT budgets in.

  • Computer Weekly – 17 January 2017: RAC digitises roadside assistance

    In this week's issue, we find out how roadside assistance company RAC acquired a software company and deployed cloud-based telemetry to deliver internet-connected car technology for older vehicles. We also investigate the IT security risks associated with IoT and look at best practices in rolling out workplace collaboration.

  • UK IT Priorities 2017

    Computer Weekly's annual IT Priorities survey found that 15% of IT decision makers expect to increase their maintenance budget in 2017. There is nothing wrong with spending more on something that continues to add business value, but how many CIOs are faced with demands for higher and higher maintenance bills from their legacy software providers?

  • CW ASEAN January 2017

    In this month's CW ASEAN we take a look at a project to introduce self driving taxi's in Singapore. The autonomous vehicle pilot comes as no surprise as the city state is not shy to try out the latest and greatest digital technology to make life for its people and businesses easier and more productive.

  • CW ANZ January 2017

    This month's CW ANZ takes a look at how cognitive computing applications present new business challenges to enterprises.

  • IT Priorities UK Infographic

    Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIOs and senior IT decision makers what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for 2017.

  • Global Risks Report 2017

    Society is not keeping pace with technological change, with artificial intelligence and robotics offering the greatest benefits but also the greatest negative effects, this report from the World Economic Forum reveals

  • Technology, media and telecommunications predictions 2017

    Deloitte predicts the key trends in technology, media and telecommunications in 2017

  • Focus: Securing for the future

    2016 saw the rapid increase in the use of ransomware and a resurgence of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks using hijacked devices making up the internet of things (IoT) against a background of new and newly-reported breaches of personal information involving an ever-increasing number of online user accounts.

  • Networking & Digital Transformation: ASEAN

    What are the digital transformation trends driving major changes in networking strategy for ASEAN organisations? Find out how Singapore is benefiting from smart city initiatives and why Malaysia is upgrading its internet exchange.

  • The Digital Transformation Agenda

    This survey of business leaders by the Economist Intelligence Unit for Pegasystems finds that businesses are mostly confident they will reach their digital transformation agendas, but senior business leaders need to be more closely involved.

  • Focus on IT flexibility to strengthen support for modern working methods

    In this issue of Computer Weekly, discover how CIOs are spending their 2017 budgets – and what IT priorities top their shortlists. Read on to additionally investigate what Brexit means for data protection, and find out how HSBC's mobile strategy has evolved using agile methodologies and cloud computing.

  • Protecting your organisation from itself

    This report from QuinetiQ offers advice on mitigating the risks of cyber breaches from inside your organisation.

  • CW Middle East – January 2017

    In this quarter's CW Middle East ezine, we look at how the Middle East, with the poorest road safety record in the world, could benefit most from self-driving cars.

  • Using IT initiatives to save money and reinforce green credentials

    Analyst Group Quocirca explains how organisations can use web data caching software to save money and improve their green credentials.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Server Operating Systems

    In this 12-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at Microsoft's latest Windows release, the state of play in the battlebetween Linux and Unix, and the future of the server operating system.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Network Function Virtualisation

    Fixed network architectures are not flexible enough to cope with today's networking needs – hence the growingpopularity of network function virtualisation. In this Computer Weekly buyer's guide, we look at the progress ofOpenStack's Neutron, how NFV can add network flexibility, and how telcos are saving on WAN infrastructure.

  • CIO Trends #3: Benelux

    In this Benelux e-guide we look at how CIOs can succeed in the age of digital transformation. Find out if you have what it takes because the opportunity is massive if you get digital right. There is also some advice for CIOs looking to get more out of their budget so they can fund digital initiatives.

  • CIO Trends #3: Nordics

    In this Nordic e-guide we look at how CIOs can succeed in the age of digital transformation. Find out if you have what it takes because the opportunity is massive if you get digital right. There is also some advice for CIOs looking to get more out of their budget so they can fund digital initiatives.

  • CIO Trends #3: Middle East

    In this Middle East e-guide we look at how CIOs can succeed in the age of digital transformation. Find out if you have what it takes because the opportunity is massive if you get digital right. There is also some advice for CIOs looking to get more out of their budget so they can fund digital initiatives.

  • Computer Weekly: Data Danger

    In this week's issue we investigate the hidden threats lurking in every company and discuss what options CIOs and heads of security have to limit damage. We also look at three ways CIOs can fund digital initiatives. Plus, with the shift from traditional desktop IT, what is the future of Windows in a multi-device world?

  • IT Project: Virtualisation

    Virtualisation, in all its forms, has dramatically changed the way enterprise datacentres are operated, managed and built over the course of the past decade or so.

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