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  • CW ASEAN, November 2018: Blockchain is no 'magic wand' for security

    Blockchain is all the rage, although the technology is so much more than just about bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. In this issue of CW ASEAN, we examine how blockchain is being applied in cyber security, and whether the technology is really as secure as claimed by its proponents. Read the issue now.

  • CW ANZ, November 2018: Exploring blockchain

    Blockchain technology has been in the news due to its ability to provide much better security, transparency and efficiency. In this issue of CW ANZ, we look at how enterprises in Australia and New Zealand are using blockchain technology to improve security and efficiency, and what it takes to spur greater adoption among ANZ enterprises.

  • Digital leaders in the UK 2019

    This report from management and technology consulting firm BearingPoint is intended to give an assessment and provide a constructive analysis of UK companies' digital maturity, hence the nature of the statistics provided.

  • CW Benelux ezine November 2018

    The Netherlands is a hotbed for digital developments, whether it's developing a port that will host autonomous ships or the proliferation of contactless payments. Its population is open to new ideas and it has a rich tech startup scene with a large community of techies.

  • Computer Weekly – 6 November 2018: After 10 years, Post Office IT system goes on trial

    In this week's Computer Weekly, 10 years after we revealed concerns over the Post Office accounting system, affected subpostmasters finally get their day in court. We look at how businesses are turning to wearable tech to help employees. And we analyse the key players in the market for object storage. Read the issue now.

  • Recap: Splunk.conf 18

    Download this e-guide for coverage of Splunk.conf 2018, looking into subjects such as security automation, data-driven pre-emptive maintenance and why diversity is so important when developing the technologies of the future.

  • Computer Weekly – 30 October 2018: A row is brewing over EU plans to curb datacentre energy use

    In this week's Computer Weekly, a row is brewing over an EU plan to curb datacentre energy use, and the leading server suppliers are not happy. Health secretary Matt Hancock tells us about his new technology vision for the NHS. And we examine the growing popularity of short-term "gig" employment for IT professionals. Read the issue now.

  • Sharpen your DevOps edge

    In this e-guide, find out why the DevOps culture is taking root across the region, the common pain points of organisations as they embrace a DevOps mindset and what it takes to be successful in the DevOps journey.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to the future of collaboration

    Businesses are using collaborative software to operate in revolutionary new ways. In this 13-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at its potential negatives, the improved agility it provides and assesses Chromebooks as collaboration clients

  • Computer Weekly – 23 October 2018: Where next for digital identity?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as the government hands its digital identity service, Gov.uk Verify, to the private sector, we examine the history and prospects for the troubled system. Our latest buyer's guide looks at cloud-native architecture. And we compare the flash storage capabilities of the leading cloud providers. Read the issue now.

  • The Future of Financial Services: Part 1

    In the first part of our 'Future of Financial Services' e-guide series, we interview 5 fledgling fintech companies that are working on a wide range of products and services to help reduce costs and make businesses more effective.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to retail technology

    The retail industry is evolving alongside the emergence of new technologies. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how retailers are using AI, the importance of good digital customer experience and how mobiles have transformed the purchasing process.

  • Computer Weekly – 16 October 2018: Drilling into AI at Shell

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how oil giant Shell is using AI and machine learning to boost workforce productivity. We analyse the attempted Russian cyber attack revealed by the Dutch government. And we look at how blockchain is being used in the food and drink industry to improve supply chain management. Read the issue now.

  • CW ASEAN: Unlock flash opportunities

    Traditional disks can no longer keep up with the needs of modern enterprises. In this issue of CW ASEAN, we take a look at how enterprises are taking to all-flash array storage, and what they need to do to lay the foundation necessary for getting the most out of the technology. Read the issue now.

  • CW ANZ: Taming the data beast

    Software-defined storage (SDS), which promises greater transparency and control over data, is an increasingly important tool in the enterprise technology armoury. In this issue of CW ANZ, we look at how Australian enterprises are turning to SDS to improve data management and direct data to different tiers of storage or to applications.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 October 2018: NHS app marks a new era for UK health service

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the long-awaited mobile app from the NHS and ask what it means for a digital health service. We hear from early experimenters of blockchain to find out what it will take for the technology to be enterprise-ready. And we analyse the impact of M&A on corporate networks. Read the issue now.

  • CW Middle East ezine October 2018

    It's still early days for the Middle East when it comes to artificial intelligence and robotic process automation, but things are picking up.

  • Jargon Buster Guide to Post Quantum Cryptography

    This Jargon Buster will help you to understand the key concepts of quantum computing and why businesses should be acting now to ensure they are able to encrypt sensitive data in a secure way in a post-quantum era.

  • 2018/19 Salary Survey Results - UKI

    In the results of Computer Weekly's 2018 Salary Survey, we get a snapshot of what IT professionals in the UK and Ireland are getting paid, as well as their attitudes towards work, training and future prospects.

  • ComputerWeekly's 50 Most Influential Women in IT 2018

    In this e-guide we showcase some of the industry role models who break the stereotypical IT mold, and share opinions on what we can do to make the industry more diverse and inclusive.

  • Computer Weekly – 2 October 2018: The most influential women in UK technology

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we announce our annual list of the 50 most influential women in UK technology, and talk to this year's winner, Code First:Girls CEO Amali de Alwis, about the challenges of achieving diversity in IT. Also, our latest buyer's guide looks at the future of collaboration software. Read the issue now.

  • The digital enterprise: Moving from experimentation to transformation

    This in-depth report from the World Economic Forum explains how companies can make sure their digital transformation projects are a success.

  • Jargon Buster Guide to Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

    In this jargon buster guide, we take you through the ever-changing world of enterprise resource management and how in recent times, it has been invoked as critical to "digital transformation".

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to software-defined networking in the enterprise

    The trends of software-defined networking have implications for many other areas of a business. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at campus LAN design, the differences between SDN and DevOps, and how to connect to a container-based architecture.

  • SAM: Managing the hidden costs in software and cloud subscriptions

    In this e-guide we discover how software asset managers are coming up with new ways to give employees freedom and flexibility whilst keeping the ability to easily audit what is being used on-premise and in the cloud as well as what is no longer being used.

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