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  • CW APAC, October 2021: Tech Career Guide

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks what is being done to close cyber security’s gender gap in the Asia-Pacific region

  • Computer Weekly - 12 October 2021: How AI - and puffins - are boosting renewable energy

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how an artificial intelligence system for tracking puffins could help boost renewable energy use. We examine the often-overlooked, but often damaging, diversity issue of age discrimination in tech. And we look at the key considerations when choosing enterprise cloud file services. Read the issue now.

  • 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 guide to S/Hana and options for ECC migration

    Organisations that have built their businesses around a particular ERP system, generally need to follow the upgrade roadmap of their ERP provider. For companies using SAP's software this means a migration from SAP Enterprise Core Components (ECC) to S/Hana. This e-guide looks at the SAP options organisations need to assess.

  • Saudi IT spending to hit $11bn in 2021

    In this e-guide: Saudi Arabian organisations will spend $11bn on IT this year, as emerging technologies are adopted to adapt to the post-pandemic business environment.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Cyber Security: 2021 Worst in Show

    In this e-guide: Throughout 2021, there has been a strong focus worldwide on how to combat cyber security attacks for most businesses. In this e-guide we take a look at the best of the worst of those attacks to happen throughout January to June this year and how businesses can learn/adapt from these attacks.

  • E-guide: DevOps trends in APAC

    Across the APAC region, organisations have been ramping up on agile development efforts to stay ahead of the competition. DevOps, in particular, has been gaining ground as a way to bring together development and operations teams, thereby increasing software quality and stability, and shortening time to market.

  • Infographic: Content marketing strategy in a post-pandemic era - Engaging IT buyers

    When the pandemic hit and live events had to end organisations needed to rethink their marketing mix and move to a digital space. In this infographic, we share a few tips and tricks for developing engaging content in a post-pandemic era.

  • Infographic: Ransomware Weather Report 2021

    In this infographic: We take a look at the worldwide Ransomware landscape in 2020 and 2021. We will be diving into which areas of the globe have been affected the most, which times of year attacks are most likely to happen and which hackers and groups have been causing most of the trouble.

  • Infographic: Most valuable cybersecurity certifications

    A consensus of industry professionals rank these security certifications as the most coveted by employers and security pros.

  • Essential Guide: APAC women in cyber security

    In Asia-Pacific, men continue to outnumber women in the growing field of cyber security - even as more women are entering the industry. The lack of awareness of the profession among students and unconscious biases in hiring processes are just some of the challenges that we must overcome before we can see more women in the profession.

  • Computer Weekly – 5 October 2021: The most influential women in UK technology

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal the 50 women chosen as the most influential in UK technology for 2021, and talk to the 10th winner of our annual list – Poppy Gustafsson, CEO of Darktrace. Also, our latest buyer's guide looks at digital customer experience technologies. Read the issue now.

  • Infographic: Observability practices in ASEAN

    Just a third of ASEAN organisations have mature observability practices, with most being held back by a patchwork of observability tools. That was one of the key findings that have emerged from New Relic's 2021 Observability forecast study.

  • Computer Weekly - 28 September 2021: Chancellor Rishi Sunak talks tech

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Chancellor of the Exchequer about his plans to support innovation and growth in the UK tech sector. Composable IT is the latest trend in building software to support business change. And Halfords built its own service management software – and now is selling it to other retailers. Read the issue now.

  • CW Middle East - October-December 2021: Middle East hospitals accelerate take-up of healthcare technologies

    The Middle East is accelerating its take-up of digital healthcare technologies following lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic, with regional government turning to technology to track disease trends and monitor treatment.

  • Chancellor Rishi Sunak listens to UK tech – Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast

    In this episode of the Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast, CW editor in chief Bryan Glick joins Caroline Donnelly, Clare McDonald and Brian McKenna to discuss his fireside chat with Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak at a high-level Treasury tech sector conference.

  • Building a career in cloud computing

    Besides having engineering chops and certifications, aspiring cloud professionals should have curiosity and soft skills to succeed in the evolving cloud computing landscape. This useful infographic will give you a snapshot of the top cloud skills in demand and which certifications to consider when starting your career in cloud computing.

  • Computer Weekly - 21 September 2021: The cities planning for ethical use of AI

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to tech leaders in Barcelona and London about a collaboration to ensure ethical use of AI in the era of smart cities. The UK government wants to reform data protection law – we assess the implications. And we examine the latest best practice in hybrid cloud. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly - 19 October 2021: Making the case for and against police use of facial recognition technology

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Met Police enhances its facial recognition capabilities, we examine the pros and cons of law enforcement use of the technology. Three in five IT professionals want a new job – is there a tech exodus in the industry? And we take an in-depth look at the growth of the Nordic datacentre sector. Read the issue now.

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