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  • Computer Weekly – 28 July 2015: Taking a classic brand into the digital age

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how Hornby, the iconic model railway company that also owns Scalextric and Airfix, is moving these classic brands into the digital age. With the release of Windows 10, we ask if businesses should upgrade. And our buyer's guide looks at managing software as a service (SaaS) providers. Read the issue now.

  • The robots are coming

    This in-depth report from Deloitte reviews robotic process automation (robotics) and its role in shared services and global business services (GBS).

  • Cyber security: Balancing risks and controls for finance professionals

    The finance community is becoming more aware of the impact of cyber security but there is scope for significant improvement, according to this report from Ernst & Young.

  • We're just not doing enough – Working together to meet the digital skills challenge

    This white paper from TechUK focuses on what needs to be done to deliver the digital skills children and young people need, and to create entry-level skills for jobs in a digital world.

  • Computer Weekly – 21 July 2015: How the internet of things could save the honeybee

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with bee populations being decimated, we find out how the internet of things could save the honeybee. Amid fears that artificial intelligence could end human innovation, we hear from the experts on AI about the reality. And we examine the challenges of customer service in a multi-channel world. Read the issue now.

  • Code-it Cody

    The first two chapters from Code-it Cody by The Clever Tykes Books. When the Computer Club competition is announced, Cody and his friends must put their coding skills into action. Cody begins a quest to research current computer games before creating the prototype of his very own.

  • Computer Weekly – 14 July 2015: The most influential women in UK IT

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal our annual list of the 50 most influential women in UK IT – and talk to this year's winner, Citrix vice president Jacqueline de Rojas. Also, we look at how ARM chips are making inroads into the datacentre as energy awareness becomes a growing corporate IT issue. Read the issue now.

  • Women in Technology Survey 2015

    The Mortimer Spinks and Computer Weekly Women in Technology Survey 2015 collected data between 10 April 2015 and 28 May 2015 and represents the views of more than 4,000 technology professionals. Read the results of the fourth annual Women in Technology Survey.

  • Computer Weekly – 7 July 2015: The IT behind Angry Birds

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO of Rovio Entertainment, the company behind the gaming phenomenon Angry Birds, about how he supports a global business with a five-person IT team. We assess your options for moving off Windows Server 2003 now support is ending. And our buyer's guide looks at log management. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe – July 2015

    The economy in central and eastern Europe (CEE) is starting to recover, which means investment in IT across the region is also starting to return. This issue of CW Europe investigates how the boost in IT is changing the role of the CIO, from supporting the business to driving its growth.

  • Problem Management

    This extract from Michael G Hall's book, Problem Management, an implementation guide for the real world, explains how problem management differs from incident management and looks at the differences between reactive and pro-active problem management.

  • CW Buyer's Guide: Next Generation E-Commerce

    In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how retailers are turning to next‑generation e-commerce to deliver an effective online experience.

  • 2015 State of SMB IT Infrastructure Survey

    Companies are moving faster to virtualise their servers but very few are taking advantage of hyperconvergence, this analyst survey reveals.

  • Content Analytics

    Content analytics is fast becoming a pivotal business tool, reveals this research report by AIIM, the global community of information management specialists.

  • UK 2015 Cyber Risk Survey Report

    Many UK firms are failing to adequately assess their customers and trading partners for cyber risk, Marsh's UK Cyber Risk Survey reveals.

  • The Top 100 Asian Stars in UK Tech

    The Top 100 Asian Stars in UK Tech list regcognises the UK's top Asian digital influencers in 2015.

  • Computer Weekly – 16 June 2015: What's slowing down your network and how to fix it

    In this week's Computer Weekly, network performance problems are a common occurrence – we look at the likely causes and the way to fix them. Our latest buyer's guide takes a focus on DevOps, the combining of agile operational and development processes. And we find out how Apache Spark can help with real-time big data analytics. Read the issue now.

  • Guide to OpenStack storage

    In this special report we look at the basics of OpenStack storage – Swift object storage and Cinder for block – as well as the alternatives to OpenStack that are available.

  • Buyer's Guide: Customer Experience Management

    In this 13-page buyer's guide, ComputerWeekly looks at the challenge facing organizations in delivering an online experience to customers that goes far beyond just a website. Additionally, explore critical actions CIOs should undertake to improve customer experience.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 June 2015: The file-sharing face-off: Box or Dropbox

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the two most popular tools for cloud-based enterprise file sharing and assess the relative merits of Box and Dropbox. We talk to some of the early pioneers in developing smartwatch apps. And we find out why IT security spending is shifting from prevention to detection and response. Read the issue now.

  • A guide to storage for desktop virtualisation

    In this special report we explain the fundamentals of virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) storage, and how to specify storage for workload in a VDI environment.

  • CW Europe – June 2015

    Employment across Europe - Why industry has a responsibility to ensure the IT workforce adds to Europe's economic value.

  • Computer Weekly – 2 June 2015: Google's big data vision

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine Google's 11-year big data journey from MapReduce to Cloud Bigtable. We look at the role of mobile technology in helping to join up health and social care. And John Lewis IT director Paul Coby talks about creating an omni-channel retailer. Read the issue now.

  • A guide to storage and virtualisation

    Virtualisation brings benefits to the datacentre, but it also brings big changes to storage provisioning and management. We look at the key challenges and how to deal with them.

  • CW Nordics May 2015: Digital Leaders in the Nordics

    Nordic countries top list of digital nations in the EU, outperforming others in the areas of broadband infrastructure, IT skills, web use, business digitisation and tech-based public services.

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