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  • CW APAC, Sep 2021: Buyer's guide to robotic process automation

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at the adoption of robotic process automation in APAC and where the technology fits in the wider automation landscape

  • Application Performance Management: Improving service availability

    If it can't be measured, it can't be managed. Telemetry on applications and IT infrastructure are key to keeping applications running optimally and reducing unplanned downtime. Beyond using telemetry data to respond to abnormal events, historical data analysis can reveal more systemic issues. In this e-guide we look at trends in APM.

  • Top 10 cyber crime stories of 2019

    Once again, in 2019 the cyber threat landscape proved the old biblical adage correct – there is nothing new under the sun. Data breaches were 10 a penny – indeed, in some cases they can actually be bought for pennies. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 cyber crime stories of 2019.

  • Computer Weekly - 14 September 2021: Is 3D printing about to hit the mainstream?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out about the emerging consumer services using 3D printing and ask if the technology is about to go mainstream. Our latest buyer's guide looks at the importance of sustainable datacentres. And we analyse the risks of increasing contactless card spending limits and whether tech could help. Read the issue now.

  • The future of enterprise IT: Social, mobile, analytics and cloud

    Mobile and data technologies are allowing organisations to provide service levels not even dreamt of a few years ago. This guide looks at some examples of these technologies transforming organisations in Australia.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to SIEM and SOAR

    The question of how to use data has big implications on a company's performance. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how SIEM and SOAR tools assist IT teams, why security tools require strong internal security processes to work effectively and what role they have in a rapidly changing cyber threat landscape.

  • DWP IR35 bill, women in tech – Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast

    In this episode of the Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast, Caroline Donnelly, Clare McDonald and Brian McKenna discuss the DWP's IR35 tax bill, the launch of the 2021 Most Influential Women in UK Technology awards programme, and company cultures.

  • Computer Weekly - 7 September 2021: Highways England delivers a digital roadmap

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CDIO of Highways England about her digital services and asset management plans. We also explore SIEM and SOAR security tools and we find out how McLaren Racing is using data analytics to build its cars more efficiently. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe - September-November 2021: Dutch researchers build security software to mimic human immune system

    In this issue of CW Europe, find out how researchers in the Netherlands are attempting to help IT systems fight certain cyber attacks in a similar way to the human immune system works. Also find out about the so-called "Klarna academy" in Stockholm, which has created the next set of Nordic fintech entrepreneurs.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to containerisation in the enterprise

    Containerisation is becoming a key part of IT strategy. In this 12-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how it can help businesses in a post-pandemic world, assesses the main considerationsfor Kubernetes backup and discusses how to manage enterprise-class containerisation.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Hyperautomation and Bots

    The advantages of bots are only multiplying for businesses across the globe. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how robotic process automation is evolving, the benefits it brings for coders and the ways artificial intelligence can enhance customer service.

  • Secure remote access: More vital than ever thanks to Covid-19

    We explore some of the minutiae of securing the remote workforce. First, infosec consultant Kevin Beaver, picks over some remote access security risks that have arisen during the pandemic. Then we explore the findings of a recent supplier report, which detailed how remote working burn-out is becoming a factor in increasing security risk.

  • Security Think Tank: Critical National Infrastructure

    We asked our regular panel of cyber experts, the Computer Weekly Security Think Tank, to consider and highlight the risks posed to industrial control systems (ICS) and other elements of operational technology (OT), and advise on what steps CNI operators should be taking to address them.

  • How do you solve a problem like security training?

    In this E-Guide, we will the tricky topic of security awareness training. Firstly, we try to answer the burning question of how to get employees to pay attention to training and take it seriously. Then, we take a look at some security awareness best practices that you can use to craft training your users will actually benefit from.

  • Stronger collaboration platforms emerge as pandemic legacy

    In this e-guide: HR software had long been a relatively backward zone of enterprise software before the Covid-19 pandemic. It had been catching up, as organisations applied digital approaches drawn from customer experience to employee experience, encompassing the journey from recruitment, through working and learning, to moving up or moving on.

  • A Computer Weekly E-guide to NAS

    In the guide we look at the fundamentals of NAS and the use cases it best suits, the range of file access storage products available including in the cloud and in hybrid operation between cloud and datacentre. We also examine the question of NAS backup, looking at the challenges that have accompanied it and the solutions available.

  • Converged infrastructure in 2021: Next-generation datacentre designs

    In this e-guide: Simplifying the deployment and management of datacentre hardware systems is one of the main draws of converged and hyper-converged infrastructure setups for enterprises.

  • Automating routine IT tasks smartly

    From simple scripts to programmable infrastructure, automation saves IT admins a huge amount of time repeating tasks. Additionally, machine learning be used to understand normal application behaviour and take actions automatically if things are out of kilter. But sometimes a simpler approach is all that is needed.

  • Security Think Tank: Biden's Cyber Security Plan

    As Biden sets out his agenda for the next four years, the Computer Weekly Security Think Tank considers the opportunities for renewed international collaboration on cyber security, what aspects of cyber policy Biden would be best advised to focus on, and asks how the industry can better make its voice heard.

  • IR35 reforms: Confusion over who pays employers’ NI leaves IT contractors out of pocket

    Litigators are circling as thousands of contractors realise that the 2017 roll-out of IR35 reforms to the public sector may have resulted in unlawful tax deductions – and the private sector could be next.

  • Under new cloud management: What the future holds for AWS

    In this e-guide, we take a look at some of the challenges facing AWS in greater detail, while also taking a closer look at what the future might hold for AWS under the charge of its new CEO, and how its customers are choosing to consume its technology in 2021.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to modern enterprise resource planning

    The use of modern enterprise resource planning can make a business more agile. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how to best prepare for modernisation, the opportunity to build sustainably and how to unshackle your firm from unplanned upgrade needs.

  • Computing exams, AI, water and datacentres – Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast

    In this episode of the Computer Weekly Downtime Upload podcast, Clare McDonald, Brian McKenna and Caroline Donnelly discuss the 2021 A-level and GCSE computing results, what algorithms are and are not good for, and the water consumption habits of datacentres, and their environmental impact.

  • Computer Weekly - 17 August 2021: How to choose between SIEM and SOAR

    In this week's Computer Weekly, our buyer's guide examines the use of SIEM and SOAR to improve IT security, and asks which you should use, and when? We look at what you need to know about NVMe over Fabrics, the emerging storage networking technology. And we find out how Oracle customers are introducing its Fusion Cloud suite. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly - 24 August 2021: How datacentre power growth is leaving Dublin in distress

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the challenges faced by Dublin's datacentre sector, as growth leaves the city's electricity infrastructure creaking. We ask whether recent initiatives to close the UK's digital skills gaps are working. And we examine the latest injustice to hit the Post Office Horizon scandal. Read the issue now.

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