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  • The mid-market conundrum

    Analysts Bob Tarzey and Bob Brown look at how mid market organisations can achieve 'best in class' IT applications with limited resources.

  • Optimising the data warehouse

    Analysts Clive Longbottom and Rob Bamforth discuss approaches to optimising datawarhouses for big data.

  • IT industry outlook 2014

    This report from CompTIA provides an overview of the size, shape and growth factors of the information technology (IT) industry.

  • Computer Weekly Special Report on VDI

    Brian Madden, the fiercely independent thought leader in the world of virtualisation and mobility management. Brian is responsible for both "The VDI Delusion" and "Desktops as a Service" books – considered to be the most reliable sources of information on battling today's technology pain points bring you this special report.

  • How CIOs drive innovation and create value across the enterprise

    Today's CIO is uniquely positioned to lead innovation and drive transformation across the modern enterprise, says Hunter Miller, in this extract from his book, Leading The Epic Revolution.

  • Computer Weekly networking case studies

    Jennifer Scott and Steve Evans discover what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the 2014 Computer Weekly European Awards for networking.

  • Transforming business at the intersection of marketing and technology

    Businesses have to change themselves quickly and dramatically if they want to survive and thrive, say Bob Lord and Ray Velez, CEO and CTO of razorfish, in this extract from their book, Covnerge.

  • Computer Weekly – 15 April 2014: Spies in the VPN

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the NSA/GCHQ snooping scandal has added to concerns about security of virtual private networks (VPNs) – we find out how IT chiefs should respond. Windows XP support has now ended – we look at what it means for the remaining users. And we examine the benefits of data visualisation tools. Read the issue now.

  • IT Priorities 2014 Special Report

    Computer Weekly editors draw on their expertise to explain the main technology trends for IT in the UK and across Europe in 2014.

  • The future of digital forensics

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series looks at the challenges investigators face when tackling the complexities of full disk encryption.

  • Detecting the use of TrueCrypt

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series looks at the clues that can point digital forensics investigators to evidence of TrueCrypt data encryption.

  • Encryption in the cloud

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series assesses challenges of providing effective encryption to data stored in the cloud.

  • Secure internet routing

    This article in our Royal Holloway Information Security series assesses whether Resource Public Key Infrastructure can provide a framework for effective security.

  • Computer Weekly – 8 April 2014: Cloud wars

    In this week's Computer Weekly, cloud users are set to benefit from cheaper services as Google and Amazon start a price war. The mainframe is still not dead yet – we look at 50 years of the IBM mainframe. And we assess the latest attempt to encourage overseas IT experts to fill the UK's skills shortages. Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to hybrid cloud

    Computer Weekly looks at how to find the best hybrid cloud provider for your organisation, the impact of hybrid cloud on the infrastructure manager and how Microsoft is catching up with the cloud market with Azure.

  • CW Europe – April 2014 Edition

    This edition of CW Europe looks at data protection in Europe after PRISM, asking what the new EU data protection regulation is about and how it could affect your business. CW Europe's security editor asked industry experts their opinion how the controversial reform and how it could affect the region.

  • Computer Weekly – 1 April 2014: Where next for the NHS Care.data programme?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, healthcare IT experts talk about the next steps for the controversial NHS Care.data plan to create a database of medical records. Is Moore's Law running out? We hear about the future of processor technology. And our latest buyer's guide looks at how data analytics can improve IT security. Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Data Management

    A data management platform is a centralised computing system for collecting, integrating and managing large sets of structured and unstructured data from disparate sources. In this guide, Computer Weekly looks at the benefits of data management tools and methods of analysing the stored data, and innovative examples of how this data is being used.

  • Infosecurity Europe 2014

    Infosecurity Europe is the largest IT security event in Europe. Held in London, it is a free exhibition with over 325 exhibitors featuring the most diverse range of new products and services and an unrivalled free education programme. Register today!

  • Computer Weekly – 25 March 2014: Get kids coding

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the latest moves to encourage children to learn to code, to help avoid future skills shortages. Facebook's Open Compute Project is bringing open source to the datacentre – we look at what it means for IT. And we profile Salesforce.com as the SaaS firm celebrates its 15th birthday. Read the issue now.

  • CIO Thought Leadership: The Sum of all brands

    This article by Ade McCormack looks at the impact customer-centricity has on organisations.

  • Big Digital Leadership

    This paper by digital strategist Ade McCormack, offers CIOs advice on turning digital technology trends into a business advantage.

  • The psychology of IT projects: Why they fail

    Mark Seneschall, an experienced IT projects professional, explains why IT projects so often prove so challenging, why they are so prone to failure in this book extract.

  • Disrupt IT:  A new model for IT in the digital age

    Ian Cox, specialist in digital transformation and IT leadership, assesses the impact of digital technology on the role of the CIO.

  • Presentation: City & Guilds unified communication stragey

    Ian Turfrey, IT director at City & Guilds, explains how unified communications technology has transformed the qualifications awarding body in this presentation .

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