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  • Media Consumption Study 2017 UKI Infographic

    The results of TechTarget and Computer Weekly's annual reader survey, which asks for feedback on readers' media consumption when considering an IT purchase, reveals the complexity of IT purchase decisions.

  • Media Consumption Study 2017 UKI

    The results of TechTarget and Computer Weekly's annual reader survey, which asks for feedback on readers' media consumption when considering an IT purchase, reveals the complexity of IT purchase decisions.

  • The gender pay gap

    This survey of 1,000 UK workers by CV-Library found that the pay gap is still a concern for professionals working in the UK.

  • The currency of trust: why banks and insurers must make customer data safer and more secure

    Banks and insurers enjoy a significantly higher level of trust from consumers in the cyber security of their systems than any other sector, but the financial services industry is less confident in its ability to detect security breaches, this report from Capgemini reveals.

  • Focus: Network security

    During the course of 2016 we saw the clamour around network security – which was already very loud – reach fever pitch. From allegations of nation state-level interference in crucial elections, to massive botnet attacks that brought down critical online services for millions, network security dominated mainstream news cycles for weeks on end.

  • Bitcoin, App Security, and Oracle's Controversial Licensing Policies

    Discover how blockchain, the tech behind bitcoin, is extending its reach beyond financial services into new industries. Also learn from developers about the pros and cons of componentizing application software, examine what a recent court case shows about Oracle's licensing policies, and more.

  • CW ASEAN April 2017: Singapore to guide neighbors to digital peak

    In this month's CW ASEAN, we take a look at how Singapore can play an important role in driving digital advancement across the ASEAN region with its pioneering attitude toward business and technology.

  • CW ANZ April 2017: Immersed in cloud

    In this month's CW ANZ, we find out more about Australian marketing company Salmat's plans to embrace a cloud-only operation after a successful project to replace highly customised on-premise systems with cloud-based software.

  • Cyber Threats: A perfect storm about to hit Europe?

    As the internet of things becomes increasingly popular, some European countries lack the capabilities to defend against cyber security threats. Meanwhile, in the private sector, hackers are stepping up attacks on manufacturing and telecommunications companies, this report from Marsh & McLennan reveals.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Next-Generation Storage

    Storage needs are ever increasing—and data volumes constantly expanding. How are today's systems accommodating these capacity demands? In this buyer's guide, Computer Weekly experts look at the evolution of storage systems and how they meet processing demands, the continuing role of all-flash arrays, and how to buy the best storage investment.

  • Deloitte Tech Trends 2017

    Deloitte's annual Tech Trends report identifies the critical developments that are likely to disrupt UK and global businesses in the next 18 to 24 months

  • The Strategic Execution Framework Part 2

    This report from IPS explains how businesses can use the Strategic Execution Framework to help their companies stay on track, and align projects to desired business outcomes.

  • Data protection: Not just about personal data and compliance

    Despite the focus on data protection, many organisations are still leaving their data wide open for attack through the digital equivalent of leaving the front door open and the windows unlocked from a hacker perspective.

  • Innovation Matters

    This report from PA Consulting shows business leaders how to learn from other companies to implement innovation in their organisation and improve its culture.

  • Cyber security in the Middle East

    As organisations increase their reliance on IT through rapid digital transformations, the threat of cyber attack grows. It is not just western countries such as the US and the UK that are being targeted by hackers, as the rapidly developed and wealthy nations of the Middle East become targets of both politically and financially driven attacks.

  • CIO Trends #4: Benelux

    In this e-guide, we look at some of the biggest global enterprise trends and add a Benelux twist with a focus on the Netherlands.

  • CIO Trends #4: Nordics

    Read analysis of some of the Nordic results from the Computer Weekly IT priorities survey for this year. Unsurprisingly, cloud computing is one of the biggest draws and more than half of CIOs in the region will spend more on cloud technologies this year than they did in 2016.

  • CIO Trends #4: Middle East

    In this e-guide, we look at some of the exciting technology developments being tested or already in use in the Middle East.

  • Focus ASEAN: Security & Digital Transformation

    With cyber threats and attacks making headlines almost every day, governments and enterprises in Southeast Asia are placing greater emphasis on shoring up their cyber defenses, more so as they transform their economies digitally.

  • Computer Weekly –11 April 2017: Virtual reality in healthcare

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how virtual reality technology is starting to be used to improve healthcare. We examine the new tax laws that are causing IT contractors to quit government digital projects. And we analyse the software licensing issues arising from SAP's recent court case over indirect access. Read the issue now.

  • Next step app development: Microservices

    Adopting a microservices approach to application development is increasingly considered an essential part of any bid to modernise the legacy IT setup an organisation relies on.

  • CW Middle East: UAE faces IT recruitment challenge

    As a measure of the progress of technology in the region, we quickly move into the world of flying cars in this issue with a look at plans from the Dubai Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) to launch autonomous aerial vehicles in July this year.

  • IT Project: Hyper-converged infrastructure

    The term hyper-convergence means different things to different people. But at its core, hyper-convergence brings together servers and storage network resources that are managed as a single unit using software. In this e-guide, learn more about the benefits of hyper-convergence and how you can derive the greatest value from your investment.

  • Focus ANZ: Security & Digital Transformation

    With cyber threats and attacks making headlines almost every day, cyber security has now become a key focus of many governments and enterprises all over the world. In this e-guide, read about the new measures the Australian government is putting in placeto protect critical systems from cyber attacks.

  • Computer Weekly – 4 April 2017: UK tech braced for Brexit

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as the UK government invokes Article 50 to leave the EU, we find out the tech sector's concerns over two years of Brexit uncertainty. Our latest buyer's guide looks at SAP Hana deployment. And we ask CIOs what they think about blockchain. Read the issue now.

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