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  • Computer Weekly - 27 July 2021: Are we getting cyber security skills all wrong?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the chair of the new UK Cyber Security Council tells us how she plans to fundamentally reimagine what working in IT security means. Our latest buyer's guide examines ERP modernisation and its role in digital transformation. And we take an in-depth look at the first preview version of Windows 11. Read the issue now.

  • Datacentre design: Building leaner, greener server farms

    The need for energy efficiency, resiliency and security have, for many years, been the driving forces behind the way that operators have approached building their datacentres. In this e-guide, we take a look at how the need for energy efficiency and sustainability is altering the way operators approach their datacentre builds and designs.

  • Oracle cloud applications exhibit pragmatic adoption curve

    Oracle prides itself on the full suite of the business applications it offers in the cloud, arguably ahead of its closest rival, SAP – which has prioritised building on its in-memory database Hana over the cloud per se, though its S/4 Hana ERP system is increasingly delivered over the cloud, too.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to managing paper processes

    Modern paper processes are ripping up the rule book. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at risk mitigation, security measures for connected printers and the shift towards end-to-end digitisation.

  • CW APAC – July 2021: Trend Watch: Supply Chain Security

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at rise of supply chain attacks, the challenges that come with zero-trust security and attacks on the Covid-19 vaccine supply chain

  • Real-time analytics expands its business value compass

    As an authority cited in the lead article in this e-guide explains, for many businesses "real time" means more frequent business intelligence reporting or data model updating. And yet, as another article in this e-guide explains, many organisations lack the infrastructure and culture necessary to deliver the required data.

  • Private cloud management: What enterprises need to know in 2021

    In this e-guide, we take a look at how one company has negotiated the move from private to public cloud, while also shining a light on the challenges enterprises face when running private cloud environments and what they can do to overcome them.

  • Understanding Kubernetes to build a cloud-native enterprise

    This e-guide looks at how enterprises are using Kubernetes, while shining a light on the steps CIOs must take to make their application and infrastructure estates container-ready.

  • A Computer Weekly E-Guide to Network Management & Monitoring

    Covid has introduced many new things to many spheres of activity, in terms of networking it has actually acted as an accelerant to phenomena that were just gaining momentum before the first lockdowns and stay at home orders were being made. SD WAN, SASE and in particular digital transformation are key examples of that.

  • A Computer Weekly E-Guide on Wired and Wireless LAN

    When looking the way in which the Covid-19 pandemic has changed business life, a number of key areas have come to the fore: SD WAN, SASE and in particular digital transformation are key examples of that. Yet very little of the discourse includes something that is still really at the heart of the vast majority of firms: The local area network (LAN).

  • A Computer Weekly e-guide on Network Visibility, Performance and Monitoring

    Traditional discourse around networks is centred around the basic premise of if you build it they will come. And if they come, they will be able to use the network to its fullest extent and everyone will be happy.

  • Fraud management: A perennial business issue

    In this e-guide we will explore the current cyber fraud landscape and look at some organisations in the region that are using technology to overcome the challenges posed by fraudsters.

  • The CISO's guide to supply chain security

    Supply chain attacks have long been a concern in cyber security circles as it can be difficult to enforce security measures for suppliers and partners. In this e-guide, find out why supply chain attacks are intensifying amid the pandemic, how companies are responding to the attacks and what else organisations can do to disrupt the cyber kill chain.

  • Manchester United praised for swift response to cyber attack

    The Theatre of Dreams briefly turned into The Theatre of Nightmares last week as Manchester United Football Club suffered a cyber-attack on their systems. This e-Guide dives into more depth about how the attack happened and what Manchester United's cyber security team did, in order to prevent a loss of data and keep a clean sheet.

  • A Computer Weekly eGuide to Workspaces

    In this eGuide we focus on all thing's workspace related. We dive into Google's new privacy settings, how the landscape of workspaces will look when the world of work fully returns and Google's new G Suite workspace overhaul.

  • IT Priorities 2021 - European Topics Infographic

    This year, a survey was conducted quizzing nearly 500 European IT sector professionals to gather what topics they identified as being imperative for 2021. In this infographic see whether remote working is here to stay, if there will be shifts in information management trends and what infrastructure tools will be deployed by most in 2021.

  • IT Priorities 2021 - European Budgets Infographic

    After surveying near 500 European IT sector professionals, the jury is out on what companies across the continent will be spending on in 2021. We dive into what spend will be easier to justify, if budgets for IT companies are on the rise or fall and what the 2021 project rankings are for most in the new year.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to next-generation retail technology

    Customers' shopping habits were changing long before the coronavirus pandemic accelerated the e-commerce boom. In this 18-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the tech innovations retailers are using to adapt and better serve customers.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to Automating business processes

    Automating business processes can save time and money. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how BPA can expand into new areas, the opportunities artificial intelligence has to offer and why it's so important to assess what's working optimally.

  • Windows 10: How the client operating system is evolving

    A discussion about strategies for Windows 10 really boils down to the organisation's desktop IT strategy. Windows PCs account for the bulk of the personal computing market and the Windows client remains the dominant target platform for developers of client-side applications. In this e-guide, we look at the evolution of desktop IT.

  • Serverless computing: What enterprises need to know

    As the use of public cloud services has gathered steam within enterprises, so too has interest among IT leaders about embracing the principles of serverless computing. In this e-guide we take a closer look at the benefits and pitfalls of serverless, while shining a light on the ways that enterprises across the globe are putting it to use.

  • Computer Weekly – 20 July 2021: Ripe for change – mixing digital innovation with traditional winemaking

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how global winemaker Concha y Toro uses the latest tech to enhance 150-year old traditional processes. Pharma giant GSK explains how an API strategy is changing its business model. And we talk to retailers using video technology to bridge the gap between in-store and online selling. Read the issue now.

  • Quocirca: Selecting a cloud printing platform

    As IT teams are faced with managing printing across a hybrid workplace, cloud printing platforms offer a way of tracking, monitoring and securing print in the office and at home. With untrusted devices, such as home printers, posing a threat to IT security, cloud print platforms that support zero-trust environments should be deployed.

  • Computer Weekly - 13 July 2021: Driving intelligence - behind the scenes of Volkswagen's in-car software

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes of Volkswagen's in-car software R&D centre. The UK's largest supercomputer has gone live in Cambridge – we find out how it will transform healthcare research. And we talk to DWP's digital chief about the restructuring of its IT capabilities. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly - 6 July 2021: Where to start with Windows 11

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the new features on offer from Microsoft's new version of its flagship operating system, Windows 11. Our latest buyer's guide examines the trends in secure, agile app development. And we find out what you need to consider when buying a VPN. Read the issue now.

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