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  • Infographic: AI vs Predictive analytics

    Predictive analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) help companies make better decisions by anticipating what will happen. In this infographic, we take a look at their main characteristics and applications to understand how these tools are changing the decision-making process.

  • Computer Weekly - 30 November 2021: Digital beats - how Warner Music turned to the cloud

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO of Warner Music about how cloud computing helps it meet the needs of music lovers. AstraZeneca discusses how its enterprise social media system helped through the pandemic. And we assess the tech sector's response to the government's plans to tackle digital skills shortages. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe - December 2021-February 2022: Norway embraces internet of things

    Norway is becoming a centre of IoT innovation as tech developers tackle some of the country's unique challenges, in areas such as fish farming, power distribution and monitoring of boats.

  • Computer Weekly - 23 November 2021: Can the tech community show how to save the world?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we report from the COP26 conference on how the tech world's collaborative open source model could help tackle climate change. Gartner has urged IT leaders to rethink their role as business come to rely on digital technologies. And we ask if your office security is at risk as staff return. Read the issue now.

  • IT Priorities 2022: APAC enterprises invest in digital future

    Nearly two-thirds of enterprises in Asia-Pacific plan to increase their IT budgets next year in areas such as cloud computing and cyber security to secure their digital future. This e-guide dives into the reasons as to how and why APAC enterprises are leading their peers in the shift to a digital-first strategy.

  • Infographic: 4 types of ransomware

    Ransomware is one of the most effective strategies for attacking critical infrastructures. This type of malware infects computers and prohibits or severely restricts users from accessing entire systems until ransom demands have been met. In this infographic, we take a look at the four types of ransomware and their effect on the security landscape.

  • CW Nordics - November 2021-January 2022: Could Iceland be the best place in the world for HPC?

    Most of Iceland's cheap, sustainable energy is used by aluminium smelters, but the country's Landsvirkjun power company is now promoting other uses for it, including high-performance computing. Also read in this issue how IoT collaboration in Norway is reaching beyond industries such as mining and shipping to include fish farming.

  • Computer Weekly - 16 November 2021: How cosmetics retailer Lush authenticates with ease

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how Lush has modernised authentication, governed by a desire to care for customer data. We talk to Nasa's CDO about data as a strategic asset. And we foreground a call for the government and the Post Office to compensate Horizon victims without delay. Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly e-guide to WAN & applications services

    One of the key technology trends of the last five years, if not longer, has been the migration from networks based on multiprotocol label switching (MPLS) to the more agile and affordable alternative, wide-area networking (WAN) technologies and in particular software-defined (SD-WAN).

  • Ransomware Weather Report - July 2021

    In this infographic: We take a look at the worldwide Ransomware landscape from the past 12 months. 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.

  • The role of microservices in agile enterprises

    In this e-guide, we take a closer look at the latest thinking about microservices, from a pros and cons perspective, while also shining a light on the other aspects of agile computing that enterprises need to know about as their digital transformations gather steam.

  • A Computer Weekly e-guide to SASE

    Covid has changed everything. Yet while it has truly as 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. secure access service edge (SASE) is one such case.

  • A guide to platform agnostic application delivery

    There is no single answer to the question of how to run applications independent of the underlying hardware. In this e-guide, we explore options for application virtualisation.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Upgrade or rework: Pathway to application modernisation

    If there is one certainty in IT, it is that at some point, every shiny new application will become legacy. The tech sector is driven by a fast cadence of innovation, which means that last year's "must have" phenomenon quickly becomes stale and out-of-date. In this e-guide, we explore the different approaches to modernising outdated IT systems.

  • CW APAC, November 2021: Expert guide to storage management

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at how firms are rising to the storage challenge and Lenovo's viewpoint on the Asia-Pacific region's market opportunities

  • Infographic: 2021 APAC Media Consumption Study

    In this infographic, we show the results of our 2021 Media Consumption Survey for APAC. Find out the impact of the pandemic on IT purchasing and the best marketing and sales approaches for prospect outreach on the new 'digital' normal.

  • Computer Weekly - 9 November 2021: How a cloud-first strategy helped save animals in the pandemic

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the RSPCA about how its cloud-first strategy helped to save animals throughout the pandemic. Data warehouses have been part of the IT landscape for 30 years – but are they now old technology, and what's next? And we assess how Brexit has affected risk and resilience in the datacentre. Read the issue now.

  • Infographic: NoSQL Databases

    NoSQL databases are geared toward managing large sets of varied and frequently updated data, often in distributed systems or the cloud. They avoid the rigid schemas associated with relational databases. But the architectures themselves vary and are separated into four primary classifications, although types are blending over time.

  • Infographic: Ransomware timeline

    Ransomware isn't anything new, but it remains a major challenge for individuals, companies, governments and organizations. In this infographic, we take a look at some of the most notable examples of ransomware from the past 30-plus years here.

  • Infographic: Comparing cloud database security

    More data than ever before is being put into cloud-based storage repositories. Leading cloud providers offer an array of storage options, yet databases remain the most common choice in today's enterprises. Because databases are updated so frequently, it's important to review their security controls regularly.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to digital customer experience

    The pandemic has brought on changes to how organisations and their customers interact. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why firms need to adapt, what customer and employee experience has in common and what companies are doing to update the digital customer experience.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to sustainable datacentres

    There is a growing need for datacentres to adapt to modern demands. In this 19-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the new ideas coming from IT leaders looking to revamp datacentres, the importance of water usage in sustainability plans and the role uninterruptible power supplies have to play in decarbonisation.

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