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  • CW Nordics May 2016

    The Nordic region is often described as a region that is leading the way in terms of the use of modern IT. The region needs IT to make up for factors such as having a small population, with many isolated communities. So IT both helps the region punch above its weight in business and enables its residents to receive services effectively.

  • Cloud computing storage key management

    Jagat Paudel addresses key management in cloud computing storage in this thesis from our Royal Holloway security series.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Access Control

    In this 11-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why IAM is taking centre stage in business access policies, how IT and security managers can retain control of systems as the workplace changes, and considers the options for extending internal IT management processes to external users.

  • Computer Weekly – 3 May 2016: How high-speed rail is accelerating innovation

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how HS2, the UK's planned high-speed railway, is developing its IT from scratch and having to predict the future. We hear from DevOps experts who try to bust some of the myths around continuous software delivery. And our latest buyer's guide analyses graph databases. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 April 2016: The high-tech travel future for Heathrow

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO of Heathrow Airport, the UK's busiest air transport hub, about future technology plans. We look at the opportunities for utility companies from better use of operational data analytics. And we find out how IT apprenticeship schemes are helping to bridge the digital skills gap. Read the issue now.

  • How businesses can win talent war with mobile apps, HR data analytics, and cloud technology

    Becoming more digital has emerged as a ruling concept among forward-looking organisations in recent years. Now, while having multi-channel engagement with customers is a big aspect of digital, so too is attracting and retaining the employees who can make a reality of digital transformation.

  • How to enhance your network for the future

    The world of networking is broad in its scope, and touches on almost every other aspect of enterprise IT.

  • Skills and sourcing trends for successful IT strategy

    In this presentation from our CW500 event, Louise McCarthy, director of IT transformation at the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, shares her experiences of overhauling IT sourcing strategy at major private and public sector organisations.

  • CW@50: What was making the news in April?

    The National Museum of Computing has uncovered several gems in the Computer Weekly archives, based on what was happening in the month of April over the last few decades.

  • How to choose the right CRM tools to purchase

    A lot rides on choosing the right CRM tools for your organization. Use our exclusive guide to get the right information to assist you in making the best choice when making a buying decision.

  • Computer Weekly – 19 April 2016: The hunters who prey on cyber criminals

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the hunters – a new breed of security expert that proactively hunts down cyber attackers. We visit Silicon Valley to meet some of the up-and-coming startups in data analytics. And we hear from IT leaders about the people, process and cultural aspects of managing digital transformation. Read the issue now.

  • Storage trends 2016: Storage priorities, cloud appliances and NAS vs object storage

    This guide offers a collection of our most popular articles on storage-related issues from the first few months of 2016.

  • Cyber Security 2016 and beyond

    Cyber risks to businesses increasingly feature in the news as a growing number of companies are targeted by attacks aimed at stealing personal and intellectual property data, but despite this coverage, studies show many companies are still ill-equipped to deal with these attacks.

  • Defining the datacentre needs of 21st century enterprises

    This guide is designed to provide IT leaders with some insight into how their peers are addressing current problems through the use of cloud and colocation, and shine a light on how the analyst community sees the role of the datacentre changing over time.

  • CW Middle East April 2016

    The Middle East is undergoing great changes. These changes are socio-political and economic. While the economics of falling oil prices is driving business diversification in the region, the opening up of the Iranian economy looks set to boost demand. The IT industry is set to play a key role in the region's social and economic future.

  • Computer Weekly – 12 April 2016: How IT in a portacabin supports £1bn London Bridge station overhaul

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how a temporary IT set-up based in a portacabin is supporting the UK's largest critical infrastructure project. Our latest buyer's guide looks at converged infrastructure products. And we analyse research showing data protection topping the list of UK security priorities. Read the issue now.

  • CIO and IT leadership survey

    IT budgets are increasing and IT leaders have more influence at board level as organisations invest in agile, innovative projects, according to this survey by IT management consultant Coeus Consulting.

  • Guide to Flexible Working

    This guide from Vodafone explains how to introduce flexible working, what technologies to consider and how to succeed at implementation.

  • The Deloitte Global CPO Survey 2016

    Deloitte's research shows an increase in digital technology spend as chief procurement officers (CPOs) look at innovative systems to improve their business process.

  • Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide: Service Integration & Asset Management

    In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the effects on the IT department of technology commoditisation, open source and software as a service, the trend of insourcing IT, and the concept of service integration and management for outsourced services.

  • Smarter, connected meeting spaces

    This report from analyst group Quocirca explains how to use smart technology to make meetings more effective.

  • Computer Weekly – 5 April 2016: Seven steps to digital leadership

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the key characteristics of successful leaders as digital transformation becomes a business priority. We examine Microsoft's plans for exploiting the internet of things. And we look back at British IT history after WW2 as part of Computer Weekly's 50th anniversary celebrations. Read the issue now.

  • Secure Voting

    This report from WebRoots Democracy, a pressure group for e-voting, aims to answer the key questions surrounding online voting security and the potential e-voting systems.

  • Enterprise is going Open Source

    "A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to enterprise open source" e-guide will aid you in assessing if open source is the way to go for your organisation and how to best implement it without falling victim to unsupported software or an ill-suited data centre.

  • Computer Weekly – 22 March 2016: How cloud keeps train passengers informed in a storm

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how UK National Rail Enquiries looked to cloud technology after its popular travel information service was overwhelmed by bad weather. We analyse Ofcom's review of the broadband market. And top CIOs share their tips on how best to work with internal staff and external partners. Read the issue now.

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