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  • CW Nordics ezine February 2018

    In the first CW Nordics ezine of 2018 we take a look at some of the priorities of the regions CIOs.

  • ASEAN IT Priorities 2018

    This year's survey results reveal that respondents across ASEAN have earmarked some of the hottest emerging technologies as their top IT priorities for 2018. Organisations are also on the frontline when it comes to hybrid IT, an increasingly popular IT operating model for those that want the best of public and on-premise infrastructure.

  • Computer Weekly – 20 February 2018: The enterprise opportunities for smart speakers

    In this week's Computer Weekly as voice-activated smart speakers grow in popularity, we examine how IT teams can use the technology in enterprise applications. Our latest buyer's guide looks at the latest developments in CRM. And UK tech sector leaders tell Parliament why they are so worried about Brexit. Read the issue now.

  • ANZ IT Priorities 2018

    The IT Priorities 2018 survey results underscore what we already know about the ANZ IT landscape - more investments in software and cloud services to buttress digital transformation efforts, including the greater use of artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics. But there were a few surprises as well

  • Essential Guide to Software Defined Networks

    Software defined networking (SDN) allows network engineers to support a switching fabric across multi-vendor hardware and application-specific integrated circuits. A network administrator can shape traffic from a centralised control console without having to touch individual switches.

  • UK IT Priorities 2018

    Every year, Computer Weekly conducts a large-scale survey of our readers to find out their IT spending priorities for the year ahead – it's always an interesting take on what's happening in IT departments around the country because it's coming from the leaders making those technology purchasing decisions.

  • Computer Weekly – 13 February 2018: On the path to diversity in tech

    In this week's Computer Weekly, after the UK celebrated 100 years of women's suffrage, we look at what more needs to be done to encourage greater diversity in IT to help tackle the ongoing skills shortage. We examine how mobile app developers can improve security. And we look at the role of containers in storage architecture. Read the issue now.

  • CW ASEAN – February 2018: European data law: be aware and prepare

    Businesses across ASEAN will soon have to comply with a new data protection law – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will apply to companies that collect the personal data of Europeans. In this month's edition of CW ASEAN, we look at how ASEAN is gearing up for the GDPR, the current state of compliance and its impact on businesses.

  • CW ANZ – February 2018: Prepare for EU data law

    Faced with the double whammy of complying with Australia's upcoming data breach notification law and Europe's new data protection rules, Australian firms are behind where they need to be in their compliance efforts. In this month's CW ANZ, learn how Australia is getting ready for the GDPR and the challenges they are facing in meeting the new laws.

  • Infographic: 2018 UKI IT Priorities

    Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIOs and senior IT decision makers what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for decision makers in the UK and Ireland in 2018.

  • The next wave of IoT in Asia: What to expect in 2018

    In this e-guide, read about the APAC businesses that have successfully implemented IoT initiatives and are already reaping the benefits, such as achieving increased ROI and reducing operational disruptions.

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

    In this 12-page buyer's guide, we look at the tools that could be used for compliance, the incentive to create a smarter, leaner business, and the myths surrounding the new rules.

  • Beyond the hype: How big data projects are delivering

    This e-guide collates a group of examples of big data technologies in use, such as how Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport are looking to gain an edge on the competition in the Grand Prix season. Also see how big organisations are managing their big data operations and their data analytics programmes and teams through some high profile case studies.

  • Computer Weekly – 6 February 2018: How a digital workplace can drive innovation

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at some of the latest tools for the digital workplace and find out how they can improve collaboration and innovation. We ask what lessons the demise of Carillion has for IT outsourcing. And the CIO of retailer River Island tells us how technology is changing the high street in fashion. Read the issue now.

  • CW Benelux February 2018

    In this issue, read about how and why one public sector IT professional in the Netherlands, Victor Gevers, took a whole year out to hack ethically and, in the process, unearthed about 1,000 vulnerabilities.

  • Colocation vs Cloud: Weighing up the enterprise options

    In this e-guide, we'll share case studies from companies who have gone down the colocation route, and take a look at some of the latest developments to affect this part of the wider datacentre market.

  • CW ASEAN - January 2018: AI puzzle coming together

    Forward-looking organizations in ASEAN are embracing artificial intelligence, but mixed access to connectivity and a lack of skills and understanding are holding back wider adoption. In this month's CW ASEAN, we take a look at how ASEAN is embracing AI and what is being done to shore up AI capabilities and adoption across the region.

  • CW ANZ Jan 2018: Keeping pace

    More Australian organisations are turning to business intelligence and analytics to simplify reporting requirements, even as adoption of such tools varies across the Asia-Pacific region. In this month's edition of CW ANZ, we take a look at areas where BI and analytics tools can have the most impact on business growth in Australia.

  • Computer Weekly – 30 January 2018: Davos debates global tech risks

    In this week's Computer Weekly, world leaders at Davos discussed the growing reliance on technology and how to tackle the political and economic threats of the digital age. Our latest buyer's guide examines mobile app development. And we look at the biggest challenges facing CIOs in 2018. Read the issue now.

  • 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.

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