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  • CW Nordics August 2017

    The Nordic region, known for its startup companies, is a good platform for fintech companies to set up as consumers are conducive to digital banking services. In this issue, discover how major companies in the financial industry are partnering with startups and launching fintech initiatives and much more.

  • Focus: Mobility, virtualisation and desktop

    In this e-guide, we share details of how mobility and virtualisation has helped organisations in the publishing and manufacturing industries meet their business objectives, while taking a look at some of the broader industry trends playing out in these technological areas.

  • Computer Weekly – 22 August 2017: How banking technology has changed since the crash

    In this week's Computer Weekly, 10 years after the financial crash, we examine how banking technology has changed. We look at how the EU's new data protection laws will affect storage strategies. And we ask if the cryptocurrency boom will remain a niche pursuit or can bring benefits for enterprise IT. Read the issue now.

  • Your guide to avoiding the software licencing traps for the unwary

    Will software licensing continue to be a battleground for suppliers and users, or can new, mature relationships between the two sides be forged in the digital crucible of contemporary on-demand, pay as you go software?

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Data Management

    Organisations have an ever-increasing amount of data at their disposal. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at what the future holds for data management, how the Met Office is opening up large volumes of data, and why business outcomes should be the focus for data use.

  • Computer Weekly – 15 August 2017: Tech takes the lead in the Tour de France

    When watching sports on television you are consistently confronted with a barrage of data, giving insight into the most complicated inner workings of football, tennis, cricket, etc., but never in cycling. Access this week's ComputerWeekly to learn how IoT is being introduced to the Tour de France and what that means for the viewer.

  • Guide to overcoming challenges facing the telecom sector

    The telecoms sector in 2017 finds itself increasingly challenged as operators and end-users respond to multiple challenges, such as the emergence of software-based networks, the steady erosion of voice revenues, and the growth of 'free' communications services.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Wireless Networks

    Mobile devices are increasing the pressure on wireless networks. In this 13-page buyer's guide, learn about the latest developments in wireless networks, the challenges of wireless local area networking, and how to deploy the 802.11ac Wave 2 wireless standard.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Customer Experience

    Customer relationship management is a vital focus for many organisations. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weeklylooks at co-ordinating data for effective CRM, how to reduce the risk of Salesforce, and what to choose in CRM software.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Hyper Converged Infrastructure

    Hyper-convergence has become a buzzword for bringing together hardware and software for multiple tasks. In this 12-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at tips for buying hyper-convergedsystems, what the technologies can do for your organisation, and how the market is shaping up.

  • CW ASEAN - August 2017: Growing the IoT

    Despite the allure of IoT, adoption of the technology is still in its infancy in Southeast Asia. According to an industry survey, 51% of organisations in the region say they still need to better understand the benefits of IoT. In this month's issue of CW ASEAN, we look at the conditions necessary for IoT to gain broader adoption in the region.

  • CW ANZ - August 2017: Get to grips with IoT

    While IoT may have benefited industries such as oil and gas, issues such as connectivity are holding back adoption in Australia. In this month's CW ANZ, we look at the state of adoption of IoT in Australia and efforts that have been undertaken to address adoption barriers. Also, read more about OVH's plans to expand its footprint in Asia-Pacific.

  • SME cyber security is increasingly a business imperative

    A growing number of enterprise-level organisations are assessing cyber security during supplier contract negotiations, which means cyber security is not only important to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to keep their own data safe, but is also increasingly a requirement for winning new business.

  • The CIO's guide to digital transformation

    Hardly a day goes by without yet another tech company making the call for businesses to embark on a digital transformation journey – or get left behind. To many CIOs, that message already rings true, going by the growing adoption of AI and cloud-based apps that have changed the way their organisations do business and interact with customers.

  • Computer Weekly – 8 August 2017: Formula 1 Goes Digital

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how Formula 1 chief Ross Brawn is turning to digitization to enhance the fan experience of Grand Prix racing. We also learn how virtual reality is being used to deliver healthcare services. And our experts examine the ethical concerns around artificial intelligence. Read the issue now.

  • CW Benelux August 2017

    The Netherlands is building itself a bit of a reputation when it comes to applying the latest technologies to some of the challenges facing people and businesses today.

  • Blockchain Enterprise Survey: deployments, benefits and attitudes

    Blockchain deployments are rapidly becoming mainstream. Nearly 40% of respondents' companies are deploying blockchain technology, rising to 57% amongst companies with over 20,000 employees. In part, this is due to increased awareness and understanding of what blockchain entails, particularly at Founder/CEO level.

  • Financial services firms moving to the cloud

    In this e-guide, we'll take a look at how some of the world's biggest financial brands are moving to the cloud, and share a cautionary tale or two about the mistakes some have made while trying to get there.

  • Cyber security in the Nordics

    With the digitisation of life and work comes the 24-hour threat of cyber attacks. The Nordic region's pioneering spirit in the digital arena could easily turn heads, some of which may have malicious intent.

  • Computer Weekly – 1 August 2017: The fields of Athenry – how Apple's datacentre plans are causing turmoil in a small Irish town

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look into Apple's controversial plans to build a huge datacentre in a small town in the west of Ireland, and the local arguments it has caused. We find out how the Met Office is managing its vast quantities of weather data. And we examine Google plans to bring AI to the recruitment market. Read the issue now.

  • Focus: Cloud application development

    In this e-guide we take a close look at some of the latest trends in cloud application development, with in-depth interviews with the likes of Cloud Foundry and Pivotal, and find out how one public sector organisation is tapping into all these ideas in their quest for efficiency.

  • Computer Weekly – 25 July 2017: How the DVLA is making driving digital

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from the DVLA about how it is becoming a digital hub for motoring and moving away from its legacy IT. Our latest buyer's guide examines the future of data management. And we look at the importance of understanding the small print in your software licensing agreements. Read the issue now.

  • The Top Cyber Security Trends in ANZ in 2017

    In this e-guide, read about Australia's plan for getting technology suppliers and service providers to decrypt encrypted messages, why threat intelligence is more than just ingesting data feeds into a security system and the risks that shadow IT can bring to organisations in Australia and New Zealand.

  • Privacy pros in the know aren't waiting for Brexit – they're preparing for GDPR

    Privacy professionals in the UK are not standing idle while they wait for the government to clarify data protection law after Brexit, this study from the International Association of Privacy Professionals reveals.

  • Focus: Disaster recovery planning and virtualisation

    We take a good look at how features and functionality built into popular virtualisation environments can help with disaster recovery planning, testing and execution.

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