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  • Computer Weekly – 25 November 2014: Networking keeps Heathrow flying high

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes at Heathrow Airport's new Terminal 2 to see the innovative network supporting operations. We visit the secret location of AT&T's global internet disaster recovery centre. And we assess the risks for HM Revenue & Customs in moving off its IT outsourcing mega-deal. Read the issue now.

  • Coding for Kids

    Get started with coding with this extract from Coding for Kids, which includes a 30% discount code for Computer Weekly readers.

  • The Technology Industry Survey 2015

    This is the fourth annual Technology Industry Survey, produced by Computer Weekly and Mortimer Spinks. This year, 3,408 technology professionals shared their views on everything from how cautious they are with their personal data to how they feel about their current employer and what really keeps them happy at work.

  • UKTech50: The senior IT event of the year

    UKTech50 returns in 2014 for its 5th annual event, highlighting the successes of individuals within UK IT. With a combination of fantastic speakers and the countdown of the top 50, this event never fails to please.

  • Winning security use cases in the Computer Weekly European 2014 Awards

    Warwick Ashford presents five IT security case studies selected from the winners of Computer Weekly's European User Awards.

  • Winning enterprise software use cases in the Computer Weekly European 2014 Awards

    Brian McKenna presents five enterprise software case studies selected from the winners of Computer Weekly's European User Awards 2014.

  • Computer Weekly – 18 November 2014: Cloud providers are coming to Europe

    In this week's Computer Weekly, more cloud providers are building datacentres in Europe in response to data protection concerns – we examine the latest developments. Microsoft is embracing the cloud and decoupling Office from Windows – we look at the implications for corporate IT. And we analyse the rise of desktop as a service. Read the issue now.

  • Revolutionising digital public service delivery: A UK government perspective

    This extract from the book by Alan W. Brown, Jerry Fishenden and Mark Thompson focuses on how the move to digital – built on open standards – is transforming the public sector's relationship with its citizens.

  • What Lies Ahead for Financial Services IT?

    Investments are finally being made in technology as customers demand new ways of interacting with banks. Download Computer Weekly's exclusive article providing the top 10 financial services IT stories. To access your copy, please complete our short Financial Software Survey.

  • Maintaining a Successful Multichannel CRM

    The age of the isolated call center is over; no longer can we optimize a single channel in isolation. We need to give customers multiple ways to reach us. Is your organisation running a multichannel CRM interface? Take our brief survey on CRM and gain instant access to our expert guide, Customer experience consistency key to successful CRM.

  • Computer Weekly – 11 November 2014: Migrating away from Windows Server 2003

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as Microsoft prepares to end support for the popular Windows Server 2003 operating system, we assess the risks. We hear from IT leaders delivering benefits from enterprise social media use to improve staff collaboration. And we look at criticisms from Oracle users about software licensing. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe – November Edition

    In this issue of CW Europe find out the winners of our Best of VMworld Europe 2014 user awards, which were recently unveiled at an awards ceremony in Barcelona. Find out why all of our five winners were crowned champions at VMworld Europe 2014, along with two honorable mentions due to a high number of quality projects.

  • Computer Weekly – 4 November 2014: Enterprises push for open standards

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out about a new push led by Shell and BP to define IT interoperability standards for the digital age. We learn how one company is introducing bitcoin support into its IT systems. And we ask whether the cloud price wars mean lower service levels from suppliers. Read the issue now.

  • The lost opportunity – assessing the impact of OTT services

    In this special report for Computer Weekly readers, Juniper Research looks at the challenges and opportunities facing mobile operator business models.

  • Cloud enabling the banking industry

    This report explores how the banking industry architecture network (Bian) service landscape may be used to define a comprehensive commercial blueprint that could be used to cloud-enable the banking industry.

  • CW Buyer's Guide to Enterprise Collaboration

    In this 10-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly highlights what the IT leader needs to know to decide on the future of the organisation's communications strategy.

  • Getting to grips with BYOD

    BYOD is proliferating, but the smart move is to recognise that the device is ultimately far less important than the applications it runs and the data it has access to, write analysts Rob Bamford and Clive Longbottom.

  • Adaptive IT

    The CEB, a member-based advisory company, which represents major IT users, explains adaptive IT – a new model developed from feedback from CIO's worldwide – in this presentation.

  • Analytics in a Big Data World

    This extract from Bart Baesen's book gives an overview of big data and analytics, its applications, analytic models, and job profiles in analytics, and includes a discount code for Computer Weekly readers.

  • Computer Weekly – 21 October 2014: Managing digital projects

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the project management challenges for IT teams that are building digital, agile systems. We look at the growing importance of user experience testing driven by mobile app development. And Intel's CIO talks about managing IT at the world's largest chip manufacturer. Read the issue now.

  • Redefining your Security Vision

    Despite its undisputed dominance of the security market recently, Symantec's revenues have remained static. Will the expansion of its enterprise data security, cloud and mobile portfolio return it to growth? Take our brief survey and you'll gain immediate access to a ComputerWeekly eguide, Building momentum: Symantec's new approach to security.

  • Poland's Storage market on the rise

    Poland's storage market has been on a steady rise but what's the reason behind this? We investigate...

  • Has HP taken a calculated risk in splitting the business?

    Hewlett Packard (HP) is planning to turn its consumer computing and printing departments into a separate company. The remaining business would comprise HP's software, business servers and IT services operations.

  • Make your HR Systems Meet your Expectations

    HR technology is the answer, but you must ask the right questions during selection and implementation. Do you want to improve the success of you HR systems implementation? Complete this short survey and gain access to Computer Weekly's eguide, "Improve the success of HR systems implementation".

  • Computer Weekly – 28 October 2014: Securing critical industrial systems

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the security threats to the industrial control systems that power the UK's critical national infrastructure. We look at the key considerations when choosing an infrastructure as a service supplier. And we compare six of the top hybrid flash array products. Read the issue now.

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