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  • How long does it take to get owned?

    A study to investigatethe amount of time that it takes for stolen credentials to be used by a hacker.

  • A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Public Cloud

    Public cloud is an increasingly competitive industry. In this12-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the factors that bring public cloud portability success, the emergence of Alibaba in the market and how good governance can keep cloud costs down

  • Rethinking the Cyber Security of Consumer Internet of Things

    The current widespread use of poorly secured consumer IoT products has been causing menace to the security of the internet. The underlying knowledge and technology that are necessary to design and implement secure IoT products are already well-known and widely available. This article explores these more plausible solutions.

  • The exploitation of flaws in the HTTPS protocol

    For both technical and non-technical users, the presence of "HTTPS" in a website URL will provide confidence to consider entering sensitive information such as bank or credit card details. However, even websites owned by the most reputable organisations may be exposed to attack if HTTPS is not properly implemented.

  • 5G Adoption: Current Rate in 2019

    There are many potential uses of 5G networks when they become mainstream. But how close are we to actually achieving them? Some network equipment makers and telcos predict that such services are expected to arrive between 2020 and 2021. Find out about 5G and its current rate of adoption in this ComputerWeekly handbook.

  • 5G Trend Watch April 2019

    Australia has been touted as a leader in 5G and some industries look set to start benefiting soon. In this ComputerWeekly trend watch handbook, focused on business IT in Australia and New Zealand, find out more about successful 5G use cases and the opportunities they present.

  • Computer Weekly – 16 April 2019: Digital transformation at the Crown Prosecution Service

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine how the Crown Prosecution Service is helping to digitally transform the UK justice system. We report from Google's cloud conference on the firm's plans to expand its presence in enterprise IT. And we look at the opportunities and challenges of using AI in the education sector. Read the issue now.

  • Top 10 Benelux IT stories of 2018

    The Netherlands and Belgium might be small in terms of population and land area, but they are leading nations when it comes to the use of technology in society. There are numerous examples of the transformative nature of IT in the Netherlands and Belgium in this top 10, such as plans for autonomous ships and smart city developments.

  • Buyer's Guide: Applications of next generation networking

    The race is on for businesses to adopt next-generation networking to stay ahead of their rivals. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how close we are to software-controlled networks becoming commonplace, assesses the current state of software-defined networking and explores the challenges a software-defined future poses

  • Top 10 Artificial Intelligence stories of 2018

    Some experts believe there are certain problem areas that the AI approaches currently in use cannot easily solve. Problems such as modelling climate change show the limits of AI pattern matching. Instead, something is needed that can combine machine learning with physical modelling. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 AI stories of 2018.

  • CW Middle East ezine April 11 2019

    It's that time of year again when the Computer Weekly/TechTarget IT Priorities 2019 survey results are out, so in this issue we take a look at some of the findings.

  • Computer Weekly – 9 April 2019: Using data science at Sainsbury's

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to retailer Sainsbury's about its data science strategy and how it helps the firm better understand customers. We take a detailed look at the evolution of the business intelligence market. And we find out how simulated disaster management can tackle the security skills gap. Read the issue now.

  • The great IAM - time to modernise?

    In this e-guide, we offer a refresher in Identity and Access Management and highlight some of the trends that have an impact on it. Take a look at why IAM is a core building block for GDPR compliance and at the same time, a vital business concern. Is IAM really the way forward? And if so, is it time to modernise your strategy?

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to Threat Management

    Threat management has become a vital component in the cyber security strategy of many businesses. In this19-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at why threat management should be tailored to your company's needs, the strength in combining it with other security systems and how cloud-based security can reduce costs.

  • Cloud Migration: How to do so safely and securely

    In this e-guide, we take a closer look at what enterprises need to consider before pressing play on their cloud migration plans. Not only to ensure their move to the off-premise world goes as smoothly as possible, but also to make sure it brings the maximum amount of benefit to their business.

  • Computer Weekly – 2 April 2019: The nightmare driving test – making driverless cars safe

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to AI experts about the challenges of teaching autonomous vehicles how to drive safely in often extreme environments. Our latest buyer's guide looks at business intelligence and analytics. And we examine the implications of the EU's controversial new copyright laws. Read the issue now.

  • 2019 APAC IT Priorities

    In this e-guide, gain insights into the pain points and priorities of IT organisations across the region, and how they are keeping pace with the demands of digital transformation.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to asset management for hybrid IT

    Hybrid IT opens up a range of new considerations for businesses. In this 14-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how to manage its infrastructure, the importance of cost management and the main considerations to make when addressing cloud management issues.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 March 2019: A 'stunning victory' in Post Office Horizon trial

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we report on the latest news from the court case about the controversial Post Office Horizon IT system. IT leaders share their views on creating a strategy for the digital age. And the CIO of Halfords talks about cloud, data analytics and emerging technologies. Read the issue now.

  • T-Systems cuts size of datacentre estate by 85% through technology refresh

    T-Systems, the IT services arm of Deutsche Telekom, claims to have completed the world's largest datacentre rationalisation project, which has seen the number of facilities it operates drop from 89 to 13.

  • Multi-pronged approach to cyber security professional development

    In this e-guide, we look at why organisations lack basic prevention, detection and response capabilities. Also, while mastering security basics should always be a top priority, the challenges in securing critical infrastructure and the internet of things provide ample opportunity for further professional development.

  • ASEAN CIO trends

    In this e-guide, read more about the issues that ASEAN CIOs are facing and how they are overcoming challenges such as cyber security, talent management and organisational barriers to change.

  • Refresh your hardware

    In this e-guide, read more about the adoption of hyper-converged infrastructure across the region, the benefits of device-as-a-service offerings in managing employee and endpoint devices, as well as what you can do to extend the lifespan of your hardware.

  • Get smarter about BI/analytics

    In this e-guide, read more about what it takes for organisations to be successful in BI/analytics, how some ASEAN countries are addressing the analytics skills gap and examples of organisations that have successfully tapped analytics to better understand user behaviour and predict the future.

  • Keeping up with ERP systems

    In this e-guide, read about how APAC enterprises are benefiting from cloud ERP offerings, the state of the ERP market in the region, and what ERP suppliers are doing to help enterprises maximise their ERP investments.

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