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  • How AI improves Predictive Maintenance

    Kone and ThyssenKrupp are using artificial intelligence to improve predictive maintenance of their lifts and escalators.

  • Infographic: Gartner 2020 IT spending forecast

    With the waning of global uncertainties, businesses are redoubling investments in IT as they anticipate revenue growth, but their spending patterns are continually shifting. This infographic shows Gartner 2020 IT spending forecast.

  • Computer Weekly – 21 January 2020: How to avoid becoming the next Travelex

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the lessons learned from the ransomware attack on Travelex and how other firms can avoid the same fate. As Microsoft ends support for Windows 7, we examine the issues for the many remaining users of the operating system. And healthcare CIOs explain the tech challenges facing the NHS. Read the issue now.

  • Travelex, UK retail in 2019, and royal departures

    In this week's episode of the Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast, Caroline Donnelly, Clare McDonald and Brian McKenna talk about the Travelex ransomware attack, the retail sector's poor performance in 2019, and Harry and Meghan's Instagram-powered separation from the Windsors.

  • AI proves value in HR, but handle with care

    In this e-guide, discover how the allocation of work by algorithm might have advantages for workers as well as employers, how AI is proving its value for HR and how data analytics is being used to support expansion and development.

  • AI tools for software developers: Part One

    The Computer Weekly Developer Network is in the engine room, covered in grease and looking for Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools for software application developers to use. With so much AI power in development and so many new neural network brains to build for our applications, how should programmers 'kit out' their AI toolbox?

  • Biometrics in the enterprise: An opportunity or an ethical minefield?

    Is biometric technology ready for use in the enterprise to help improve IT security? IT leaders need to be aware of the concerns. In this e-guide we take a look at some of the potential – as well as the risks.

  • GPU acceleration for data intensive processing

    In this e-guide, we consider using parallel computing software libraries and frameworks like cuDNN for developing deep learning neural networks for machine learning applications.

  • Data governance more important now than ever

    As organisations generate and store ever-increasing volumes of data, governance of that data has never been more important. In this e-guide, we discuss why good data governance is good business, why it's essential to data security and examine the state of GDPR after its first year being in effect.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to multicloud

    Enterprise's shift towards multicloud is ever-increasing. Computer Weekly looks at the importance of software-defined wide area networks in successful migration, the complications that come with juggling clouds and Microsoft's journey into multicloud support.

  • AI tools for software developers: Part Two

    The Computer Weekly Developer Network is in the engine room, covered in grease and looking for Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools for software application developers to use. With so much AI power in development and so many new neural network brains to build for our applications, how should programmers 'kit out' their AI toolbox?

  • The changing world of unified communications

    In this e-guide we look at the rise of AI within unified communications, the main benefits of UCaaS for enterprises and the ever-evolving world of enterprise collaboration. We also offer up an exclusive from UC Expo 2019, where experts discussed future tech in unified communications.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to optimising storage

    The implementation of effective storage optimisation has becomean important factor in business. In this 12-page buyer's guide,Computer Weekly looks at cost implications, the hyper-convergedinfrastructure minefield and the alternatives to shared storage

  • Deep Dive into DataOps

    In this e-guide, we hear from key decision-makers from Altran, Moogsoft, Puppet, Morpheus, Talend, NetApp and PagerDuty about how and why they are adopting DataOps.

  • CIO Trends #10: Middle East

    If CIOs ever needed a reminder of the predatory cyber criminals that circle their organisations, Travelex's woes are a big one. Also find out how Saudi Arabia could become the Silicon Valley of the Middle East. Read more about it in this issue of our CIO Trends Middle East series.

  • CIO Trends #10: Nordics

    Swedish people are pioneering when it comes to adopting the latest technologies. But this malleability to new tech has its limits. Read in this eguide how Swedish consumers are losing confidence in social media, with increasing distrust over personal data use and online privacy.

  • CIO Trends #10: Benelux

    If CIOs ever needed a reminder of the predatory cyber criminals that circle their organisations, Travelex's woes is a big one. Also find out how close autonomous ships are to regularly docking in Dutch ports. Read more about it in this issue of our CIO Trends Benelux series.

  • Top APAC security predictions for 2020

    Cyber security remains a hot topic across Asia-Pacific, a region plagued by cyber attacks that have grown in intensity over the past year. Here are some of the security threats that enterprises should keep an eye on in 2020.

  • Top APAC telecoms predictions for 2020

    The 5G bandwagon is the talk of town, but 4G will remain the priority for much of Asia-Pacific, among other key trends that will shape telecoms markets across the region.

  • Top IT Predictions in APAC 2020

    As the new decade dawns, we wanted to look ahead at the technologies likely to dominate the Asia-Pacific IT landscape in 2020.

  • CW APAC - January 2020: Trend Watch - digital disruption

    In this handbook, focused on digital disruption in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at how business and IT leaders can implement a coherent and cohesive approach to digital transformation. Download the handbook now.

  • Computer Weekly – 14 January 2020: Building the internet of the future

    In this week's Computer Weekly, Cisco unveils the $5bn platform that it believes will be the future of the internet – we look through the details. The McLaren Formula One team discusses how IoT and data analytics have been key to its revival on the track. And we examine the importance of diversity in software development. Read the issue now.

  • Top 10 ASEAN IT stories of 2019

    Over the year, Computer Weekly looked at how the region is embracing technology, not for its own sake but to become more nimble, secure and to overcome the challenges of a growing economy. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 ASEAN IT stories of 2019.

  • Top 10 Australian IT stories of 2019

    In this review of the top 10 Computer Weekly articles focused on IT in Australia, we look at how the country is harnessing cutting-edge technologies to solve problems, while paving the way for emerging areas such as open banking.

  • Computer Weekly - 7-13 January 2020: Digital fashion reality - how technology can help people enjoy fashion in a more sustainable way

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we report on a programme to get more young women into cyber security. We look at fashion for online personas. And we examine edge computing as the new data frontier, and how cloud-native platforms and AI might transform the datacentre. Read the issue now.

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