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  • Computer Weekly – 5 July 2022: How to get the right level of cyber insurance

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how the market for cyber insurance is evolving and how to avoid buying the wrong level of cover. We find out what role hydrogen technologies could play in reducing datacentre carbon emissions. And we hear how a 125-year old bicycle maker is embracing digital innovation. Read the issue now.

  • How to achieve network infrastructure modernization

    Upgrading to advanced network infrastructure involves firms being able to deliver mission-critical services through cloud providers and through their own cloud resources. Increased network infrastructure capacity need has seen deployment of optical networking and advanced network solutions such as software-defined wide area network (SDWAN).

  • How enterprise networks use WAN virtualization

    Virtualization is the backbone of network management in modern enterprises. Surprisingly, in most enterprises, virtualization came to the WAN last, but it arrived with enormous sophistication. SD-WAN is the most common form of WAN virtualization. But virtual WAN strategies are evolving to include software-defined perimeter and cloud concepts.

  • 9 IpaaS use cases for the enterprise

    iPaaS has gained significant traction in recent years to provide a common foundation for many complex and diverse business integrations. IPaaS provides an array of readily available integrations with tools for users to assemble custom integrations and data flows. Here are 9 examples to help you understand how it all works.

  • Infographic: Vulnerability management vs. Patch management

    Although both patch and vulnerability management are intertwined, they differ in critical ways, and it's important to have tools and processes for executing both. Here's a deep dive into their differences, the important places they overlap and software options for automating them.

  • Computer Weekly – 28 June 2022: Why collaboration – not competition – is the key to IT sustainability

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as sustainability rises up the corporate agenda, IT leaders say more collaboration is needed to meet climate goals. Microsoft faces further calls for greater transparency over software tools used to monitor employees. And the cyber security industry warns over an increasing loss of talent. Read the issue now.

  • Tech career guide: Cyber security

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at what it takes to make it in Asia-Pacific's cyber security industry.

  • Royal Holloway: Investigating the security vulnerabilities and solutions for connected and autonomous vehicle technologies

    This article introduces connected and autonomous vehicles, analysing the underlying technologies and considering their cyber security vulnerabilities and attacks. We identify and assess the existing and emerging countermeasures for such vulnerabilities, and propose high-level recommendations.

  • Ultimate IoT implementation guide for businesses

    IT administrators and CIOs considering an internet of things (IoT) deployment must have a thorough understanding of what the IoT is, how it operates, its uses, requirements, tradeoffs and how to implement IoT devices and infrastructures. In this e-guide, learn the requirements and use best practices for a successful deployment.

  • 12 essential features of advanced endpoint security tools

    Endpoint protection of enterprise systems is an efficient method of managing software deployment and enforcing security policies. IT administrators can use endpoint security for a number of operation monitoring functions and data backup strategies. Here are 12 key features endpoint security products should include.

  • The key differences between DaaS and VPN

    Remote access to corporate resources is essential to ensuring business continuity, and there are a variety of ways to provide this access. VPN and DaaS can both give remote users access to an organization's resources, but they differ in key ways such as user-friendliness, performance, security and manageability.

  • CW Middle East - July-September 2022: UAE citizens embrace new digital technologies

    A survey shows that people in the United Arab Emirates believe next-generation technologies such as 3D printing and artificial intelligence will become widespread in the country. Also read how the UAE has improved its security posture amid mounting cyber threats.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to the circular economy

    Increasing environmental concerns have made companies consider the circular economy model. In this 17page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how organisations can become more sustainable, whether Amazon's server pledge will catch on and how CIOs can adapt their procurement strategies to fight climate change.

  • Computer Weekly – 21 June 2022: Dreams come true – how data and communication saved a failing company

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the former CEO of bed retailer Dreams explains how digital, data and communication helped turn round a failing company. The UK government has a new digital strategy – but it all seems rather familiar. And we talk to the tech firms trialling a four-day working week. Read the issue now.

  • Infographic: 5 considerations before buying data center backup software

    Trying to cross-correlate how one vendor implements a product feature and comparing it to another vendor's features can be a daunting task. Backup and recovery software moves data through almost the entire data center infrastructure, so implementing it, training staff and obtaining support for it is no small feat.

  • Computer Weekly – 14 June 2022: Managing Apple Macs in the enterprise

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with more people working remotely, the use of Apple Macs in the enterprise is growing – we look at how to manage them securely. Our latest buyer's guide examines security in the supply chain. And 10 years on from the London Olympics, we find out how data innovation is revitalising its legacy. Read the issue now.

  • How to modernize your legacy ERP system in 5 steps

    Staying with a legacy ERP system may be the right decision for a company, but many organizations must modernize their legacy ERP to stay competitive in their industry. Here's a look at the five "Rs" of modernizing a legacy ERP system and how to decide on the right approach.

  • How 5G affects data centres and how to prepare

    Data centres can prepare for the rise of 5G networking by understanding how it functions, upgrading crucial infrastructure and understanding how 5G networks can benefit them.

  • Computer Weekly – 7 June 2022: Using technology to reinvent shopping

    In this week's Computer Weekly, after the pandemic led to a boom in e-commerce, we look at how retailers are turning to tech to revitalise their stores. We examine the issues around using algorithmic automation to manage employees. And we find out how data science is supporting drug discovery at Novartis. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 31 May 2022: Trial and error – why the law on computer evidence must change

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the Post Office IT scandal highlighted the problem with computer evidence – we examine the need for legal reform. We assess the nuclear option for sustainable datacentre power. And we find out how IT experts can improve their soft skills and boost their career prospects as a result. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe - June-August 2022: Russia escalates cyber war on Ukraine

    Microsoft has given details of cyber attacks on Ukrainian civilian communications, nuclear safety authorities, and the exploitation of the destruction of Mariupol in a phishing campaign.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to communications as a service

    As communications needs evolve, organisations must keep pace with the latest services available. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how we arrived at current-day comms systems, the growing popularity of CPaaS and the advantages of cloud-based offerings in the new normal of hybrid working.

  • Royal Holloway: Corporate under-reporting of cyber crime

    Without reporting, cyber crimes cannot be investigated, prosecutions cannot be pursued and effective prevention strategies cannot be developed. Yet despite this, most corporates fail to report cyber crimes. This article in our Royal Holloway security series explains why this is an increasing cause for concern.

  • Top DevSecOps certifications for 2022

    Check out some of the top DevSecOps certifications and trainings that can help professionals learn how to shift security left in the software development lifecycle.

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