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  • Computer Weekly – 16 February 2016: How AstraZeneca saved $350m by insourcing IT

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca to find out why it brought its outsourced IT back in-house, saving $350m per year as a result. We ask if the new EU/US Privacy Shield agreement will protect citizens' data. And we examine the relative merits of datacentre colocation and the cloud. Read the issue now.

  • Transforming the future of cloud adoption

    This study by StratoGen, which questioned 1,000 senior business executives, reveals that more than a third of UK businesses still host fewer than 10% of their IT applications in the cloud.

  • Key trends for IT leaders in 2016 - Part 2

    Ian Cohen, digital advisor at the Leading Edge Forum, considers the key CIO and IT leadership trends for 2016 in this PowerPoint presentation given at the January 2016 Computer Weekly CW500 Club meeting

  • CW Nordics February 2016: Saab's Leviathan Challenge

    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.

  • CW Europe – Forecast: Cloudy with Dry Spells

    In Europe cloud is restricted and hybrid setups make use of local compute and storage.

  • Key trends for IT leaders in 2016 - Part 3

    Spencer Izard, head of executive advisory programme at IDC, considers the key CIO and IT leadership trends for 2016 in this PowerPoint presentation given at the January 2016 Computer Weekly CW500 Club meeting.

  • Key trends for IT leaders in 2016 Part I

    Albert Ellis, CEO of recruitment company Harvey Nash Group, considers the key skill, careers and recruitment trends for 2016 in this PowerPoint presentation.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 February 2016: How software protects people

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how software is helping to maintain safety in high-risk sectors such as oil and gas, aerospace and healthcare. We offer six tips from CIOs for innovation with data. And we examine the continuing threat to businesses from denial of service cyber attacks. Read the issue now.

  • The Technology Industry 2016

    Most permanent IT professionals have seen their salaries rise over the past four years, and 15% are reporting pay rises of more than 10%, the Computer Weekly/Mortimer Spinks 2016 survey reveals.

  • Accenture Technology Vision 2016

    Leading companies that develop a people first approach will win in today's digital economy, according to the latest global technology trends report from Accenture.

  • IT outsourcing: What to do when your contract is about to end

    Outsourcing contracts worth billions are up for renewal in the next few years. In this special report, Computer Weekly examines how unprecedented change is complicating the CIO's renewal decision.

  • ComputerWeekly: Why a Private Cloud Was Chosen for the Thames Tunnel Project

    In this issue of ComputerWeekly, we examine why one of the UK's largest construction projects—the Thames Tideway Tunnel—decided to use a private cloud setup. Our latest buyer's guide looks at containers and microservices, and we report on what U.S. court documents tell us about Oracle's controversial licensing polices.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to employee self-service

    In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why IT departments should adopt new ways of delivering applications to employees and how to ensure they use the technology effectively.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to CIO leadership

    In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how the age of the customer requires IT leaders to focus on both the business technology and IT agendas; why IT leaders need to use blogging and social media to raise their profile and build influence in their organisations.

  • Operation Nexterday

    This study by ICT Intuition and Coleman Parkes Research shows strong demand among enterprises for new connected digital services, but also a serious gap in operators' ability to satisfy them.

  • The Albion Growth Report

    More than 6O% of small to medium-sized enterprises plan to grow 'dramatically' or 'moderately' in the next two years, however IT and Telecoms companies report difficulties recruiting, this report from Albion Ventures reveals.

  • Building Management Systems: The cyber security blind spot

    The systems which control heating, lighting and security in most buildings are vulnerable to cyber attack, this report from QinetiQ warns.

  • The Art of IT Management

    What makes a good manager? Robina Chatham offers some pointers in this extract from her book, The Art of IT Management.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 January 2016: Beyond India – the emerging outsourcing destinations

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the growing number of offshore alternatives to the dominant outsourcing destination of India. We examine how to respond if your organisation is affected by a data breach. And we analyse how virtualisation technology can help improve your disaster recovery strategy. Read the issue now.

  • Deloitte Telecoms, Media, and Technology Predictions 2016

    The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice at Deloitte, the business advisory firm, gives its predictions for the technology sector in 2016.

  • Freedom to Roam

    This month, CW Europe looks in-depth at an issue that is set to impact people across all 28 European Union member states, the abolition of mobile roaming charges, set for mid-2017.

  • This is what we die for

    This investigation by Amnesty International examines human rights abuses in the extraction of cobolt and the extent to which manufacturers have conducted due diligence in sourcing cobolt for mobile phone production.

  • The Global Risks Report 2016

    This report from the World Economic Forum identifies the most pressing global risks countries and organisations will face in 2016, including sections on technology and cyber crime.

  • Exclusive guide: How to ensure endpoint security

    Access this exclusive guide, Endpoint Security in this Interconnected Age, to explore best practices for managing and securing various endpoints, including lap tops, mobile phones, tablets and more. Simply participate in our brief Secure Remote Access Research Program to claim your free copy of this valuable report.

  • A Guide to Cyber Risk

    Insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) examines the latest trends in cyber risk and emerging perils around the globe.

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