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  • Datacentre Management

    In this e-guide, we've pulled together some of the latest thinking on good datacentre management practice, while shining a light on the tools and technologies that are on the market (or in the pipeline) that can help enterprises run their facilities with greater ease and agility.

  • How Australian organisations are coping with big data storage challenges

    In this e-guide, read about how Australian organisations are coping with the storage challenges of big data, why flash storage is still too expensive for some companies and how NetApp is evolving to keep up with changes in the industry.

  • Computer Weekly – 7 November 2017: The ethics of software development

    Take a look at this edition of ComputerWeekly to learn more Uber, Volkswagen, and other companies that have experience with software ethics issues, how they've dealt with them, and what the consequences have been.

  • CW Benelux November 2017

    The Netherlands is seen as a pioneering country which often takes different approaches to solving problems. It is a small country with limited resources and often finds itself using innovative methods to keep up.

  • Infographic: Business Process Management

    An infographic highlighting what buyers are telling us about their next business process management buy. Including top purchase drivers, top features and the top vendors being considered for purchase.

  • Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide Cloud ERP

    In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how enterprise applications have evolved, migrating ERP to the public cloud, and the shift from on-premise ERP to cloud-based systems.

  • Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to DevOps

    In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the control needed for continuous delivery, the challenges of DevOps adoption, and the barriers enterprises must clear

  • Computer Weekly – 31 October 2017: IT rules the waves in the Volvo Ocean Race

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes at the Volvo Ocean Race to see the technology supporting the yachts around the world. A security vulnerability puts every Wi-Fi network at risk of attack – we examine the problem. And we find out how the Mercedes F1 team used data analytics to win this year's championship. Read the issue now.

  • Jargon Buster Guide to Unified Communications

    In this e-guide we will explore and define some of the key elements of a UC deployment and offer some insight into some of the emerging trends that are changing the way we communicate in our working lives.

  • Emerging Trends and New Developments in Software-Defined Networks

    In this e-guide, Computer Weekly sits down with with senior IT managers from a number of multi-national companies to discuss the latest trends and newest developments in the world of software-defined networks.

  • CRM Evolves Towards Digital Customer Engagement

    This e-guide focuses on how customer relationship management has evolved towards engaging with customers through every channel, with digital to the fore.

  • Focus: Diversity

    This e-guide focuses on diversity in the workplace and how it can help contribute to better business outcomes.

  • The APAC Guide to Data Protection & GDPR

    In this e-guide, learn more about what governments in APAC are doing to keep companies on their toes in securing personal data, what organisations can do to stem potential data issues and the implications of the European Union's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on businesses in the region.

  • Computer Weekly – 24 October 2017: Where will AI take us?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, artificial intelligence (AI) enthusiasts and sceptics debate the opportunities and risks of the much-hyped technology. Our latest buyer's guide examines the benefits of cloud-native applications. And we look at best practice in defending email systems from cyber attacks. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 17 October 2017: Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on empathy and innovation

    In this week's Computer Weekly, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella explains why he has made empathy a key part of technology innovation. We examine the latest news in the ongoing debate over the tax status of IT contractors in the public sector. And we ask if an emphasis on creativity will help attract more young people to work in IT. Read the issue now.

  • Focus: Application Virtualisation

    This e-guide focuses on application virtualisation and how big companies are finding various ways to stop applications adversely affecting each other.

  • CW ASEAN - October 2017: Juggling in the cloud

    In this month's issue of CW ASEAN, we take a look at what organisations need to do to overcome the complex task of pulling together a seamlessly integrated data management strategy.

  • CW ANZ - October 2017: Rise to the big data challenge

    In this month's issue of CW ANZ, we look at how Aussie organisations are fine-tuning their storage strategy to keep up with the demands of big data without compromising performance and service levels.

  • What it takes for women to succeed in Southeast Asia's IT industry

    In this e-guide, read about the traction that women are gaining in Southeast Asia's IT industry, how one woman went from calculating the strength of molecular bonds to leading a growing business at a Singapore telco, and the story behind a woman's ascent in Malaysia's healthcare IT scene.

  • Security Analytics

    This e-guide focuses on how businesses are turning to emerging technologies to improve their capability to detect and respond to previously-unknow cyber-attacks, and security analytics is among the most popular choices.

  • Key software development trends to drive business success

    In this e-guide, you will learn more about leveraging DevOps to automate processes between development and IT teams, the importance of testing to keep internet of things devices safe from prying eyes and how one company has made use of open source software to automate the roll-out of application changes.

  • Computer Weekly – 10 October 2017: 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 technology, and interview this year's winner – investor and entrepreneur Sherry Coutu – to learn her thoughts on how to improve diversity in the IT workforce. Read the issue now.

  • CW Middle East Oct to Dec 2017

    This year the Gitex event in Dubai had a focus on how technology is disrupting organisations across the Middle East. One of the main themes of discussion was smart cities and with Dubai recognised as a world leader, this was no surprise.

  • Salary Survey 2017/18 - Benelux

    In this e-guide we look at the results of the Computer Weekly Salary Survey in the Benelux region.

  • Salary Survey 2017/2018 - Middle East

    In this e-guide we look at the results of the Computer Weekly Salary Survey in the Middle East.

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