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  • The future of storage

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine emerging technologies in storage such as helium disks and DNA. Ransomware is becoming more sophisticated and the attackers more tactical. And as the EU's top court challenges the UK over surveillance, we ask what this means for data privacy after Brexit. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe - September-November 2020: IT expertise in banks' boardrooms reduces risk, says European regulator

    The European Central Bank has found that banks with the most IT expertise in the boardroom have better control in several IT risk categories, including fewer successful cyber attacks and less downtime of critical IT systems.

  • Computer Weekly – 29 September 2020: How supply chain management is changing after Covid-19

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the profound changes in supply chain management as a result of the global pandemic. We find out how digital experience platforms can help deliver an omni-channel web presence. And we look at the role of technology in cracking down on international money laundering. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly - 8 September 2020: NHS whistleblowers at risk due to poor IT policies

    In this week's Computer Weekly, our investigation into NHS practices shows how poor IT policies are putting whistleblowers at risk. Our buyer's guide examines the networking implications of the surge in remote working. And we assess how well the public cloud giants responded to the demands of the coronavirus pandemic Read the issue now.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to networking for the modern workplace

    The Covid-19 pandemic has transformed our networking habits. In this 17-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how firms are coping with the shift to remote working, the new challenges facing IT leaders and the alternatives to strained virtual private networks.

  • Computer Weekly – 6 October 2020: The Most Influential Women in UK Technology 2020

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we announce our annual list of the Most Influential Women in UK Technology, and talk to this year's winner, Stemettes CEO and diversity campaigner Anne-Marie Imafidon. Meet our five Rising Stars and the latest entrants to our women in tech Hall of Fame. Read the issue now.

  • 2020 Media Consumption Series - How

    In this infographic based on the results of our 2020 Media Consumption Survey, find out how buyers evaluate purchases, and what ranks important in getting shortlisted for a purchase.

  • Project Brief: Inside Juniper's radical IT transformation

    Western Australian aged care provider Juniper embarked on an aggressive strategy to completely transform its IT operations in just two years. This 1-page brief summarises how this overhaul has helped free up the resources needed to provide better quality of care for residents.

  • Royal Holloway: Testing antivirus efficacy in Linux

    Antivirus software plays an important part in protecting users and networks from malware, so installing and keeping it up-to-date is essential in securing computing devices. Yet Linux users believe this OS can only be marginally affected by malicious software. In this Royal Holloway article, we evaluate the effectiveness of some antivirus products.

  • Government to bail out Post Office

    In this e-guide: The Post Office does not have enough money to pay compensation to the subpostmasters it wrongfully prosecuted. The government is stepping in to use more taxpayers' money to compensate subpostmasters who were ruined by the Post Office Horizon scandal.

  • Royal Holloway: Protecting investors from cyber threats

    The cyber security of personal investors who use UK investment platforms to manage their pensions or savings is not well understood and not often discussed. In this Royal Holloway security article, we identify the principal cyber threats to investors' assets on UK investment platforms and what can be done to prevent or mitigate these threats.

  • Computer Weekly - 23 March 2021: Would the UK really nuke a cyber attacker?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, did the UK's defence and security review really suggest a nuclear response to a cyber attack? Data visualisation has been widely used to explain the Covid-19 pandemic, but not always that effectively. And jewellery retailer Pandora explains how it kept the personal touch as customers went online. Read the issue now.

  • Ofcom raise over £1.3bn in new 5G spectrum auction

    In this e-guide: After announcing their plans to extend and improve basic 4G connectivity around the country, the UK's mobile operators are celebrating their principal gains in the 5G arena with low-band and mid-band spectrum.

  • Big data analytics & innovation in Australian healthcare

    In this e-guide, find out how healthcare providers in Australia and the rest of APAC have successfully tapped the power of data analytics and other related technologies to advance digital health and better position themselves to cope with the growing demand for healthcare.

  • Marketing software moves closer to centre of the CIO's vision

    In this e-guide: Software for marketing, from content marketing through customer experience management to marketing automation, and the rest, has not been as central to the vision of CIOs as ERP and the full panoply of IT infrastructure: storage, security, networking, data centres, and all of the above delivered by way of the cloud.

  • Data quality emerges from Covid-19 more critical than ever

    In this e-guide: The public has been drenched in data during the Covid-19 pandemic. And the issue of the quality of that data has increasingly come to the fore.

  • AWS vs Azure vs Google: 5 key benefits each for cloud file storage

    In this e-guide: The big three offer cloud file storage that can ease hybrid cloud operations, with consistency between cloud and on-premise as well as greater enterprise application compatibility.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to Colocation

    Colocation is an increasingly appealing option for data storage. In this 17-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the constraints of migration, environmental considerations and datacentre opportunities in Africa.

  • Quantum computing in action

    In this e-guide, we look at Finland and how state investment is being used in a milestone project involving public and private sector organisations to understand the applications of the technology. And we hear how Spanish bank BBVA is examining the complex financial problems that could be solved by quantum computing.

  • Making the business case for quantum computing

    Tech startups, investors, major suppliers and even leading-edge companies are already placing a bet on the future of quantum computing. In this e-guide, we hear from experts in the tech sector, business consultancies and international corporations as they examine the potential of quantum computing.

  • An introduction to quantum computing

    Quantum computing promises to revolutionise the capabilities of IT and take it to the next level beyond Moore's Law. But we're not there yet, and there is much to do before it reaches the mainstream. In this guide, we examine the challenges and opportunities of quantum computing.

  • Computer Weekly - 16 March 2021: Containers play a key role in post-pandemic IT architectures

    In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide examines the key role that container technology will play in post-pandemic IT architectures. The UK government is under fire for its opaque approach to gigabit broadband strategy. And we assess the storage options for the growing volumes of unstructured data. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly - 9 March 2021: Are you ready to return to the office?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, a year after lockdown began, we look at employers' changing attitudes to returning to the workplace. We find out how the software developer community has coped during the Covid-19 pandemic. And we examine the cyber security concerns prompted by latest social media craze, Clubhouse. Read the issue now.

  • UKTech50 2021 - The most influential people in UK technology

    In this e-guide: Computer Weekly has announced the 11th annual UKtech50, our definitive list of the movers and shakers in UK technology – the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving the role of technology in the UK economy.

  • CW APAC, March 2021: Tech career guide

    In this handbook, Computer Weekly looks at the qualities and skills that are required to be successful in DevOps.

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