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  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to compliance, risk and governance

    Managing data compliance and security has emerged as an integral business consideration. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the rise of integrated risk management, security risks in the age of digitisation and how to manage an integrated approach

  • Infographic: 6 steps to containerised storage success

    Storage deployed inside containers can help enterprises of all types and sizes bring efficiency and cost savings to a critical IT operation. In this infographic, learn the 6 steps to ensure a smooth transition to containerised storage.

  • Eyes on APAC: How AWS is cracking the public sector cloud market

    The public sector cloud business takes time and resources to build, but the rewards can be meaningful, as the founder of Amazon Web Service's public sector division has found.

  • Turning data into actionable insights

    In this e-guide, read more about how companies across Asia-Pacific are turning data into critical assets and overcoming their data management woes. Plus, find out how modern business intelligence shapes up to big data and the value of DataOps in decision-making.

  • Computer Weekly - 19 November 2019: Is facial recognition happening too fast?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Information Commissioner calls on police forces to slow down the introduction of facial recognition, we examine the issues. We look at what the use of DevOps methods means for storage strategy. And we talk to Microsoft's global cyber security chief. Read the issue now.

  • State of GDPR in mainland Europe

    The General Data Protection Regulation has been in place for over 18 months now, but its implementation is only really just becoming clearer as regulators begin to fine organisations that fail to meet the rules. That is because different countries are implementing it differently. This e-guide gives a snapshot of the current state of GDPR in Europe.

  • Fintech : Meet ten financial services disruptors - Part Two

    Whether it's the insurance sector, lending or full service banking there are a number of companies, often still in their early stages, disrupting the financial services sector. But who are these companies, where do they come from, and what drives them? In this e-guide, the second in a series, we meet another ten of them.

  • NHS transformation, IR35 tax reforms, and using digital tech for staff training

    In this episode, we look at NHS transformation, IR35 tax reforms, and using digital tech for staff training.

  • Emojis, WISE women, and the battle with fake online reviews

    In this episode, the lead up to an end-of-year General Election has Brian McKenna, Caroline Donnelly and Clare McDonald discussing politicians launching their own emojis, as well as the abuse many female politicians face online. The team also ponders whether online voting could be on the horizon for the UK.

  • Data is pure gold in the right hands

    Applying technology like machine learning to transaction data could significantly increase the proportion of money laundering activity that is detected. It is projects like this that are driving demand for data science skills. In this e-guide, read about the power of data against money laundering, and how to get the skills to turn data into gold.

  • The people and digital technology transforming the Middle East

    In this e-guide we feature an interview with a British Academic who is helping the UAE establish the world's first university focused on artificial intelligence. Also, find out in this eguide how Abu Dhabi oil giant ADNOC is adapting its business in the digital age, and how Bahrain is preparing itself as a fintech hub.

  • Nordic banking in the digital age

    Read in this e-guide how Nordic banks are working together to make cross border payments in the region seamless. Also find out how Nordic banks are offering customers the opportunity to make payments via wearable devices and how the region's successful mobile payments platform, MobilePay, is futureproofing its business.

  • CW Nordics - November 2019: Robots help social workers in Sweden

    Software robots are being used by more than 20 local authorities in Sweden to carry out repetitive tasks previously done manually, such as document and data checks, freeing up social workers to make life-changing decisions for the needy.

  • CW APAC - November 2019: Expert advice on container security

    For all the promises of containers, changes in architectureand practices associated with the technology bring newchallenges and opportunities. In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at the security challenges associated with container technology. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 12 November 2019: The importance of digital accessibility

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine what retailers need to do to make their digital channels accessible for disa-bled people. We look at the rise of alternative desktop productivity tools to Microsoft Office. And our new buyer's guide covers next-generation programming tools such as no-code/low-code development. Read the issue now.

  • Memorandum of points and authorities by David Godkin (with highlights) - 20 May 2018

    David Godkin, counsel for app developer Six4Three, outlines the legal arguments that will be used in the case against Facebook, as well as the relevant cases, statutes and authorities that apply.

  • Notes and summaries of Facebook discovered documents (with multiple colour highlights) - undated

    This undated document summarises the information contained in some of the exhibits produced by Godkin's 16 May declaration. The author is unknown.

  • Declaration by David Godkin with 218 exhibits – 17 May 2018

    A declaration by David Godkin, counsel for app developer Six4Three, producing 218 exhibits. The exhibits cover a wide range of material relating to Facebook, including news cuttings, press releases and blog posts. The exhibits present a timeline of what was publicly known and when.

  • Declaration by David Godkin producing 212 sealed exhibits - 16 May 2018

    The exhibits produced in this declaration by David Godkin, counsel for app developer Six4Three, contain internal Facebook communications, including emails between CEO Mark Zuckerberg and senior executives, correspondence and chat-logs, spreadsheets and strategy presentations.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to robotic process automation

    Robotic process automation is making its business value known in a variety of ways. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how how the market is ever-evolving, the security risks to guard against, and how RPA can spearhead a firm's digital transformation

  • Computer Weekly - 5 November 2019: The benefits of API-first software development

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how organisations are using an API-based approach to software development to boost digital initiatives. We examine the potential pitfalls in using cloud storage. And we talk to the Department for Work and Pensions about its four-year project to move from outsourced IT to the cloud. Read the issue now.

  • Emojis, WISE women, and the battle with fake online reviews

    In this episode, the lead up to an end-of-year General Election has Brian McKenna, Caroline Donnelly and Clare McDonald discussing politicians launching their own emojis, as well as the abuse many female politicians face online. The team also ponders whether online voting could be on the horizon for the UK.

  • 4 key steps for deploying IoT successfully

    People learn by examples, and starting an IoT project isn't any different. Nemertes Research Group investigated the steps that consistently lead IoT deployments to succeed. In this e-guide, you will find 4 key steps for deploying IoT successfully.

  • Flash hits the cloud while NVMe flash goes mainstream

    In this e-guide we will major on NVMe, the stance towards it of the big five storage makers and the varying architectures marketed to the market. We also look at deploying NVMe in the enterprise and in particular for AI use cases. We also look at contemporary scale-out NAS products and flash options offered by the key cloud providers.

  • Optimising content management workflows with AI

    This e-handbook explores how a pantheon of AI technologies -- from machine learning and natural language processing to image recognition and video search -- promises to revolutionise content management workflows and personalise customer experiences. Some words of caution, however. These are early days for AI-infused content management.

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