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  • Computer Weekly – 23 January 2018: Will banking regulations create a new Big Bang?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at two new financial services regulations, PSD2 and open banking, which promise to revolutionise the industry by opening up customer data. We ask security researchers to explain the Spectre and Meltdown processor flaws. And we examine the NVMe protocol and its likely benefits for storage. Read the issue now.

  • The Internet of Things in 2018 - towards enterprise ubiquity

    In this e-guide, we will explore some of the latest trends around IoT deployments, looking at real world projects, options for CIOs interested in getting involved, and new applications.

  • Updates: The next evolution of operating systems

    In this e-guide we take a look at how operating systems are evolving with the help of continuous updates. Learn about how the Spectre and Meltdown microprocessor flaws have led to improved, more secure processors being released and how Microsoft is evolving its Windows desktop operating system.

  • World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2018

    The World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2018 identifies the top geopolitical risks facing the world in 2018. Environmental risks dominate, but cyber attacks, the risks of artificial intelligence, and the possibility of the internet defragmenting are high on the agenda.

  • Cloud: A security risk and opportunity

    With businesses around the world adopting cloud-based services at an ever-increasing pace, security is now more important than ever. We look at why European cloud adopters are dissatisfied with their cloud providers' security and how providers are focusing on security in the design phase of products and introducing new security mechanisms.

  • Top 10 Australian IT stories of 2017

    In this review of the top 10 Computer Weekly articles focused on IT in Australia, we look at what the country is doing to improve work productivity, upgrade its supercomputing infrastructure, harness the internet of things to improve business operations and realise its space ambitions.

  • Top 10 ASEAN IT stories of 2017

    In this review of the top 10 Computer Weekly articles on IT in ASEAN, we look at what countries across the region are doing to drive adoption of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things (IoT), raise their cyber security capabilities amid growing cyber threats, and draw more women into the IT industry.

  • Computer Weekly – 16 January 2018: How to fix the Meltdown and Spectre chip flaws

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as CIOs come to terms with the Meltdown and Spectre processor flaws that make every computer a security risk, we examine how to protect your IT estate. We find out how Alexa-style smart speakers can help with CRM strategies. And we look at how the public sector is implementing DevOps. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to SD-WAN services

    In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at howSD-WAN effectively removes telcos' lock-in, the ways hybrid deployment hinges on the network, and the flexibility demanded by cloud-based workloads.

  • New generation Business Process Management meets Agile and AI

    In this e-guide we find out how in its IT-centric guise, Business Process Management has been developing since the mid-2000s, and, more recently still, influenced by agile software development techniques and the renaissance of artificial intelligence/ machine learning.

  • CIO Trends #6

    Read some of our most popular articles on issues faced by IT decision makers, such as how to get DevOps right in order to deliver digital transformation. We explore digital twins and how they could be used to optimise real-world industrial assets and whether Brexit uncertainty is still dominating digital leadership conversations across the UK.

  • Cloud storage hits hybrid mainstream

    In this e-guide, we take an in-depth look at what is pushing cloud, and more specifically hybrid cloud, into the mainstream and how the rise of cloud applications has driven innovations in backup, with data protection of cloud assets to the cloud arising.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 January 2018: Countdown to GDPR

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming in to force this year, we look at the challenges for businesses to comply by the 25 May deadline. We examine the future for HPE as CEO Meg Whitman steps down. And we find out how hyper-converged systems affect your backup strategy. Read the issue now.

  • CW Middle East Jan to Mar 2018

    The Middle East is investing heavily in IT to make life better for its population. Smart city developments are an example. But read in this issue how in the Middle East, where there is a growing population and a rise in lifestyle-related disease, IT is being used to support the healthcare system.

  • Essential guide to dealing with a data breach

    Computer Weekly's essential guide to dealing with a data breach looks at companies that have been affected and offers advice on how to respond to cyber security occurrences

  • Personal branding in the digital age

    This chapter from Francine Beleyi's book Personal branding in the digital age, explains the seven key pillars you need to build a successful personal brand.

  • Computer Weekly – 19 December 2017: Navigating through digital change

    In this week's Computer Weekly, IT leaders share the lessons learned and discuss best practice in digital transformation. We find out how SAP is addressing customer concerns about its indirect licensing policies. And we assess whether SME IT suppliers are making headway in selling to government CIOs. Read the issue now.

  • CIO Trends #6: Nordics

    In this e-guide, read how the High North and Baltic Sea collaboration is about to undergo a serious and redefining makeover to counter possible threats posed by a military-resurgent Russia. Read how pooling technologies and competencies was a focal point during summit meetings between Nordic and Baltic government leaders and defence leaders.

  • CIO Trends #6: Middle East

    In this e-guide we look at the role of information technology as the Arabian Gulf commits billions of dollars to building more hospitals and improving medical services. Also read how Blockchain is making people in the Middle East happier.

  • CIO Trends #6: Benelux

    In this e-guide, read about the Netherlands' coalition government's four year plan which includes the term 'cyber' no fewer than eight times. This includes amendments to the controversial law on intelligence and security agencies and changes to the Computer Criminality Act III.

  • Futureproof – how to get your business ready for the next disruption

    This extract from the book, Futureproof – how to get your business ready for the next disruption, by Minter Dial, gives some invaluable career tips for IT and other professionals, looking to futureproof their careers.

  • CW ANZ - December 2017: Riding the wave of enterprise mobility

    Australia is one of the most advanced markets in the world in adopting mobility initiatives to improve employee productivity, customer service and the bottom line. In this month's edition of CW ANZ, take a look at how Australian organisations are faring in driving mobility initiatives, the challenges they have been facing and what lies ahead.

  • Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to services for digitisation and IoT

    In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looksat the use of mid-sized nearshore IT service providers, choosing a cloud-based platform, and how to manage the huge volume of IoT data.

  • CW ASEAN - December 2017: A taste for mobility

    Although enterprise mobility is increasingly strategic and transformative for companies such as Foodpanda Singapore, its adoption is still nascent in Southeast Asia. In this month's CW ASEAN, we take a look at how organizations in the region are realizing the value of mobility, even as the definition of mobility is changing.

  • Where next for Blockchain?

    In this e-guide, read about how the technology's inherent security makes it tamper-proof, and perfect for keeping and sharing records for transactions in many scenarios. Also, discover why think-tank 'Reform' believes that the government should use blockchain technology for identity assurance services across the public sector.

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