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  • T-Systems cuts size of datacentre estate by 85% through technology refresh

    T-Systems, the IT services arm of Deutsche Telekom, claims to have completed the world's largest datacentre rationalisation project, which has seen the number of facilities it operates drop from 89 to 13.

  • Multi-pronged approach to cyber security professional development

    In this e-guide, we look at why organisations lack basic prevention, detection and response capabilities. Also, while mastering security basics should always be a top priority, the challenges in securing critical infrastructure and the internet of things provide ample opportunity for further professional development.

  • ASEAN CIO trends

    In this e-guide, read more about the issues that ASEAN CIOs are facing and how they are overcoming challenges such as cyber security, talent management and organisational barriers to change.

  • Refresh your hardware

    In this e-guide, read more about the adoption of hyper-converged infrastructure across the region, the benefits of device-as-a-service offerings in managing employee and endpoint devices, as well as what you can do to extend the lifespan of your hardware.

  • Get smarter about BI/analytics

    In this e-guide, read more about what it takes for organisations to be successful in BI/analytics, how some ASEAN countries are addressing the analytics skills gap and examples of organisations that have successfully tapped analytics to better understand user behaviour and predict the future.

  • Keeping up with ERP systems

    In this e-guide, read about how APAC enterprises are benefiting from cloud ERP offerings, the state of the ERP market in the region, and what ERP suppliers are doing to help enterprises maximise their ERP investments.

  • Computer Weekly – 19 March 2019: How IT leaders should work with marketing

    In this week's Computer Weekly, experts advise on how IT and marketing chiefs can work together to deliver a high-quality customer experience. We examine how supercomputers are transforming science by processing large-scale data analytics. And we look at a key ethical aspect of AI – how to explain the decisions an AI makes. Read the issue now.

  • Metropolitan Police Freedom of Information disclosure on investigations into WikiLeaks

    Letter from the Met Police to Stefania Maurizi, an investigative journalist with Italy's La Repubblica newspaper, confirming that the police service shared correspondence about one or more of three named WikiLeaks British editorial staff with the US Department of Justice. The letter is a response to a freedom of information request by Maurizi.

  • Mobile World Congress 2019: The year 5G use cases got real

    In this e-guide we will examine some of the bigger themes that emerged over the course of Mobile World Congress 2019 - which now attracts over 100,000 people every year.

  • Cloud networking and CDN: How to get the best for your business

    In this e-guide we will be looking at how to bring innovative new software-defined tools to bear on multicloud environments, uncover some of the potential pitfalls of cloud networks and (hopefully) how to avoid them, and take a swing through the related world of content delivery networks (CDNs).

  • Computer Weekly – 12 March 2019: How a 144-year-old retailer is moving into the digital age

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO of Liberty, one of London's oldest and most traditional retailers, about moving into the digital, omnichannel age. Our latest buyer's guide looks at best practice in threat management. And we examine the results of our exclusive reader research on 2019 IT buying priorities. Read the issue now.

  • CW APAC buyer's guide to cloud security

    In this buyer's guide, Computer Weekly offers advice on making cloud security choices, looks at how to guard against DDoS attacks, and finds out Amazon's approach to building secure cloud products.

  • Computer Weekly – 5 March 2019: Modernising IT at the Bank of England

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Bank of England as it starts the modernisation programme for its core system. We look at the rise of DevSecOps and how it can help deal with increasingly complex security threats. And we examine the different approaches to storage for structured and unstructured data. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe – March-May 2019: Robots deliver savings for Dutch postal service PostNL

    European businesses have bought into the digital revolution, with the adoption of the latest technologies like automation enabling companies to transfer their internal operations.

  • Datacentre design and facilities: What you need to know

    In this e-guide, we take a look at some of the latest thinking and trends around datacentre design, while shining a light on the differing approaches organisations take to ensure their server farms remain up and running, and can withstand all the compute demands expected of them.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to deep learning

    Deep learning can help companies operate faster and more efficiently. In this 13-page buyer'sguide, Computer Weekly looks at the advanced tools available for developers building intelligentapps, the frameworks that can be used and the kit that can enhance a programmer's toolbox.

  • No deal Brexit: Ideal or Ordeal?

    In this e-guide, we bring together the latest advice for businesses on what leaving the EU without a deal would mean for your data protection strategy.

  • Getting a handle on endpoint management

    In this e-guide, read about the need for unified endpoint management, what an endpoint management strategy should cover and how endpoint security issues can be tackled.

  • Cutting through the blockchain hype

    In this e-guide, read more about blockchain's potential beyond the supply chain, such as securing the internet of things and telco voice wholesaling.

  • ANZ IT Salary Trends in 2019

    In this e-guide, read about the IT salary trends in ANZ, including the perks that will keep IT workers in their jobs, the most sought-after roles in the sector, as well as the state of workforce diversity in IT departments across the two countries.

  • UK IT Priorities 2019

    The results of our 2019 IT Priorities survey are in, and they show the good news that IT budgets are rising faster than they have for many years. Cloud remains the top spending priority for this year, but IT automation is growing fast as a major investment area.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 February 2019: Delving into viewer data at the BBC

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the BBC about how the UK broadcaster is using data analytics to better understand its viewers and grow its audience. We look at how CERN is using IT automation in its quest to unravel the mysteries of the universe. And we examine the impact of GDPR on cloud storage. Read the issue now.

  • AI in the UK: The only way is ethics

    In this e-guide, we explore how enterprises must confront the ethical implications of AI use as they increasingly roll out technology that has the potential to reshape how humans interact with machines. We also shed a little light on the use of AI within politics - specifically through the controversial Brexit campaign.

  • Jargon Buster Guide to Container Security

    The definitions and articles in this Jargon Buster will help you understand the business benefits of using containers as well as the potential security pitfalls and most importantly, how to avoid them using the correct tools and approaches.

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