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  • CW EMEA - June 2023: IT budgets buck trend

    Despite gloomy economic conditions worldwide, IT leaders in EMEA expect budgets to increase this year, according to TechTarget/Computer Weekly's IT Priorities survey. We also look at how health authorities in the UAE are modernising healthcare services, how Finland and Estonia are sharing expertise, and how the Dutch government is addressing bias.

  • CW APAC, June 2023 – Trend Watch: Artificial Intelligence

    Businesses the world over are exploring ways to use artificial intelligence in their operations. In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at the issue of ethics in AI, what lab-grown neurons could mean for the technology, how an Indian agritech is helping firms maximise crop yields, and how to find winning AI use cases. Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to automation and autonomous control

    Business is wielding automation in increasingly innovative ways. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at artificial intelligence in procurement, how machines are becoming customers, and FinOps teams' use of work-load management. Read the guide now. Download the guide to find out more.

  • Computer Weekly – 30 May 2023: Can the UK cash in on chips?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the UK government has committed £1bn to the semiconductor sector – but can it ever compete with the US and China? The potential of 5G networking could transform manufacturing – we examine the implications. Read the issue now.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Transportation: Transdev Sydney Ferries

    With public safety a top priority, Transdev Sydney Ferries realised it had to move to a 5G network infrastructure that could better provide the capacity and speed it needed. The decision has enabled the transport operator to shorten the time needed to analyse hours of video footage and resolve at least 70% of feedback within 2 business days.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Financial Services: DBS Bank

    DBS Bank's Technology Marketplace 3.0 delivers anything-as-a-service (XaaS) capabilities that enable the bank's applications teams to adapt cloud-native applications without requiring developers to code their needs into those applications.

  • Computer Weekly – 23 May 2023: How to secure your software supply chain

    In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide looks at secure coding and examines the challenges of securing your software supply chain. Cyber law enforcement leaders are calling on firms to end the secrecy around ransomware attacks. And we find out how facial recognition technology is being adopted by retailers. Read the issue now.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Telecommunications: SensorFlow

    Smart building management specialist SensorFlow topped the telecommunications category for the APAC Innovation Awards with its project to re-architecture its entire platform. The project had 3 initiatives - reduce cost, improve data-driven decision making, and implement a real-time business intelligence dashboard for its customers.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Public Sector: Andhra Pradesh

    Many parts of rural India depend on uncovered drinking water, which is unsafe for human consumption. To address the challenge, the Andhra Pradesh Space Applications Centre (APSAC) created a digital infrastructure for sourcing data on water assets, and made the data available on a GIS platform.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Healthcare: Zuellig Pharma

    Zuellig Pharma saw the lack of advanced analytics and trusted data platforms in the healthcare sector and built an offering to plug the gaps and help pharmaceutical companies enhance customer engagement. The platform has already helped one organisation better understand user behaviour and gain customer loyalty.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Project of the Year: Mondelez International

    Mondelez operates a large supply chain and manufacturing footprint to produce well-known snacks such as Cadbury chocolates and Oreo biscuits. By tapping low-code/no-code development, drones and blockchain the company was able deliver productivity gains, better employee experience and higher production yields.

  • CW APAC May 2023 – Expert advice on security and threat intelligence

    Computer Weekly looks at the software supply chain, Mimecast's email security, Australian data breaches and Singapore's threat intelligence.

  • 5G business use cases

    5G, the latest generation of cellular technology, delivers faster speeds, lower latency and greater capacity for multiple devices than its 4G predecessor. Although carriers are devoting the lion's share of their 5G marketing dollars to wooing consumers, enterprises will reap the biggest rewards. Here are seven 5G emerging use cases for enterprises.

  • 5 steps to follow when migrating MLPS to SD-WAN

    Over the past several years of deploying SD-WAN, there's been a shift in the way enterprises move from MPLS to SD-WAN technology. Increasingly, the question has become less about if SD-WAN will be adopted and more about how to shift to SD-WAN. Here are some of the less obvious actions to take to ensure a smooth transition.

  • The evolution of chatbots from ELIZA to Bard

    Generative AI's history goes back nine decades. Though developments abound, its progress commercially has been relatively slow -- until recently. In just a matter of months, ChatGPT has catapulted generative AI into the social consciousness. In this infographic, learn about AI's historic milestones and what the future holds for this technology.

  • Is a cloud-first strategy right for you?

    The majority of new application development targets public cloud hosting. What's now called cloud-first is already an accepted strategy. It's important to look beyond that to the productivity gains that are driving both cloud and the data center. In this article, learn how to avoid risks and build a strategy that is right for your organization.

  • Quantum computing: What are the data storage challenges?

    Quantum computing will process massive amounts of information. But, to be fully effective, quantum computing will need to access, analyse and store huge amounts of data. One area, in particular, will have to deal with significant challenges: data storage. How will today's storage systems keep pace?

  • 7 characteristics of next-generation networking

    The term next-generation networking refers to the process of designing network infrastructure with new, advanced technologies. Next-generation networks are flexible, nimble and secure architectures that are easier to manage. In this article, analysts offer their perspectives on which technologies help modernize network infrastructures.

  • Data classification tools: What they do and who makes them

    Data classification is an essential pre-requisite to data protection, security and compliance. Firms need to know where their data is and the types of data they hold. In this article, learn more about how these tools can help keep your data tidy and which suppliers offer the best options in the market.

  • Securing your software supply chain

    Organisations need to have a thorough understanding of software components and build security controls into development lifecycles to shore up the security of their software supply chains. Learn how software supply chain security can combine risk management and cybersecurity to help protect your organisation from potential vulnerabilities.

  • Computer Weekly – 16 May 2023: Microsoft and Google go into battle for enterprise AI

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as developments in generative AI accelerate, Microsoft and Google have each unveiled plans around enterprise applications. Nobody doubts the importance of digital transformation – but experts say it won't work without cultural change as well. Read the issue now.

  • Vishing attacks increasing, but AI's role still unclear

    According to cybersecurity company Trellix, the number of vishing attacks in Q4 2022 increased by 142% from Q3 2022. Although the volume of vishing attacks continues to rise, threat researchers say that the role of AI technology in these attacks may have been overestimated.

  • CW EMEA - May 2023: The future of work

    In this month's CW EMEA, we look at the future of work in Europe after the pandemic forced a change in entrenched human behaviour. We also look at the increasing problem of IT failures in Dutch hospitals and how they are affecting patient care, highlighting the need to improve IT security in hospitals. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 2 May 2023: The ethics of military AI

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as the defence sector looks into using AI to create autonomous weapons, we examine the risks and ethics of military AI. AWS is under fire for not providing vital emissions data to customers – we investigate. And we find out what IT security teams can learn from cyber warfare in Ukraine. Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to IT energy reduction

    With energy costs rising, organisations are seeking innovative solutions. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at green storage, datacentre sustainability and IT efficiency.

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