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  • Channel getting ready for SD-WAN lift-off

    Software defined networking has been around for a few years but it is early days for SD-WAN and that means there is time for resellers to get on board before the technology takes off.

  • Computer Weekly – 20 June 2017: Why did British Airways' datacentre crash?

    After the recent hastily held general election, the former Cabinet Office minster Ben Gummer lost his Ipswich seat to one of Theresa May's close allies, leaving many wondering if a digital future is still a top priority in the new government. Find the answer to this question, as well as information on the cause of the British Airways IT failure.

  • Your expert guide to the highlights of Infosecurity Europe 2017

    Security technologist Bruce Schneier's insights and warnings around the regulation of IoT security and forensic cyber psychologist Mary Aiken's comments around the tensions between encryption and state security were the top highlights of the keynote presentations at Infosecurity Europe 2017 in London.

  • Expert guide to managing services from multiple cloud providers

    There is lots for IT leaders to consider before embarking on a multi-cloud strategy, and – in this e-guide – we take a closer look at how various organisations have approached it and what providers are doing to capitalise on the trend.

  • What can CIOs do about the IT skills shortage in ANZ?

    CIOs in Australia and New Zealand, like their counterparts in other parts of the world, have been facing shortages in IT talent that have become more acute in recent years. In this e-guide, read more about IT talent issues in Oceania.

  • Infographic: Insights into IT purchasing behaviours in APAC

    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.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to EU General Data Protection

    The race is on to get ready for GDPR next year. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how to deal with data under the regulation, how compliance will affect businesses, and what organizations should do to prepare.

  • Computer Weekly – 13 June 2017: Tips for buying hyper-converged systems

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the growing market for hyper-converged infrastructure, and assess the options available. We ask mature users of the cloud what's next for their migration to off-premise systems. And we analyse how retail supply chains are developing to keep up with online and mobile shopping trends.

  • Focus: men for women in tech

    This guide offers a collection of articles showcasing some of the men who are helping women to progress in the technology industry and the methods they are using to do so, such as providing mentoring, taking unconscious bias into account during hiring and encouraging young people into science, technology, engineering and maths (Stem) careers.

  • CW ASEAN – June 2017: Hyper-convergence offers simple yet scalable storage

    In this month's CW ASEAN, we take a look at how TAL Apparel has reaped significant savings in storage and server resources by switching to hyper-converged systems. We will also explore the key drivers for the development of hyper-converged solutions and how they will transform the way applications are delivered.

  • CW ANZ June 2017: Flash makes a spash

    Find out why more Australian enterprises are now turning to all-flash storage technology to replace spinning disk storage systems, thanks to lower costs and reduced complexity. Sensing this business opportunity, Optus Business has teamed up with storage supplier Pure Storage to offer on-premise and cloud-based all-flash storage and services.

  • Benelux Salary Survey 2016/2017

    he Computer Weekly 2016-2017 salary survey, which questioned 190 IT and business professionals in Benelux, found that, as expected, senior IT managers command the highest salaries, with an average annual income of €128,180.

  • Infographic: Europe Media Consumption Study Results

    TechTarget has surveyed 730 IT professionals in Europe on their media consumption habits. Check out the key results on this infographic.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to SAP Hana Deployment

    SAP's Hana in-memory data platform promises to transform business processes. In this 11-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how Hana is changing traditional SAP architecture, how it has streamlined customer services for one business, and why there is confusion over Hana implementation.

  • Focus: Object storage

    Object storage does away with the tree-like hierarchies of file systems used by traditional storage NAS and SAN systems.

  • Active defence through deceptive IPS

    This article in our Royal Holloway security series explains how intrusion prevention systems (IPS) can be used with a 'honeynet' to gather intelligence on cyber attacks

  • Computer Weekly – 6 June 2017: General Election 2017: Who gets the tech vote?

    In this issue of Computer Weekly, as the UK votes for a new government, examine the digital policies in the manifestos of the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat parties, and hear what IT trade body TechUK would like to see for the tech sector from the next administration. Read the issue now.

  • The human side of DevOps

    In this e-guide, we'll share best practice and real-world examples of organisations who have successfully addressed the human side of DevOps.

  • Focus: Network virtualisation

    Network virtualisation, the process of making networking infrastructure more agile by running network functions on industry-standard server hardware, has long-promised huge benefits for the IT department by improving network speed, reliability, flexibility, scalability and security.

  • Big Data Analytics: How to work smarter with data-driven insights

    In this e-guide, learn about the state of adoption of data analytics in Australia, how Commonwealth Bank is making analytics tools more accessible to small companies and how SAS is prepping its marketers for the data flood.

  • CW Europe – June 2017

    This quarter in CW Europe we look at how momentum in the artificial intelligence industry in France might be slowed due to ethical questions.

  • Focus: Enterprise digital transformation

    In this e-guide we look at how businesses can stay on track through collaboration, innovation, listening to user needs and partnering with suppliers.

  • What the new EU data protection rules mean for IT marketers

    The new EU data protection laws are top of the agenda for IT buyers this year – find out what opportunities this presents for IT marketers.

  • Your guide to Artificial Intelligence in ASEAN

    In this e-guide, find out how financial institutions are using AI-powered chatbots to serve customers, what AI means for the future of work and how one Singapore-based startup is using declassified military methodologies to produce data-driven insights.

  • Cloud Services: The secret weapon for disrupting your business

    In this e-guide, find out how the cloud has levelled the playing field for Australian startups, why cloud services are beating IT departments and how one Australian bank is turning to the cloud to power its HR operations.

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