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  • IT outlook in 2019

    In this e-guide, find out what dominated the headlines in 2018, as well as key areas worth looking out for over the next 12 months.

  • Digital Disruption Index: Aligning strategy, workforce and technology

    Business leaders' confidence in the digital capabilities of new entrants to the workplace has improved in the past six months, according to the Digital Disruption Index by Deloitte.

  • Jargon Buster Guide to Virtualisation

    This jargon buster e-guide will detail everything an enterprise IT manager needs to know about the concept of virtualisation, while also taking a look at what enterprises are doing to build upon this now commonplace bedrock within most enterprise IT estates.

  • CW ANZ – Jan 2019: Keeping pace with microservices

    In this edition of CW ANZ, we look at how enterprises are using microservices to solve problems and the challenges they are facing in moving to this new paradigm in software development. Read the issue now.

  • CW ASEAN – January 2019: Dive into microservices

    In this edition of CW ASEAN, we uncover the state of adoption of microservices in ASEAN and what needs to be in place for enterprises to get the most out of the technology.

  • Computer Weekly – 15 January 2019: NHS plans for a digital future

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the NHS Long-Term Plan and examine how it intends to transform UK healthcare for a digital age. We analyse the latest chip developments from Intel and AMD to see what will change in the datacentre in 2019. And we ask the experts if Amazon Web Services can continue its growth trajectory. Read the issue now.

  • Top 10 storage stories of 2018

    Probably the most prominent trend in 2018 has been cloud storage, which has palpably matured around hybrid and multicloud strategies, with key developments in file systems and service offerings. Alongside that, virtualisation continues to be a key trend, and Flash Storage is maturing. In this E-guide, discover the top 10 storage stories in 2018.

  • NAS meets cloud and unstructured data challenges

    NAS file access storage has progressed to meet the challenges of the cloud era. This e-guide provides key insights into NAS as we know it in the era of cloud and big, unstructured data sets.

  • Beat the data deluge

    In this e-guide, find out why Australia needs better data management capabilities to benefit from the cloud, how suppliers are helping enterprises cope with data management challenges, and what to look out for in an enterprise content management platform.

  • CIO Trends #8: Nordics

    In this e-guide we take a look at how digital transformation is shaking up the Nordic region and placing CIOs at the forefront of the social and economic changes that come with it. Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland are all heading in the same direction at a pace. This e-guide features an article about each.

  • The future of databases in APAC

    In this e-guide, read more about the promises of autonomous databases, why relational databases are poor at running digital transformation projects, and why Amazon Web Services decided to switch off its Oracle data warehouse.

  • CIO Trends #8: Benelux

    In this e-guide we reveal how the Netherlands are taking the lead in cybersecurity; how Brussels is gearing up to be an insurtech hub and why the Dutch decided to share details of a Russian hacking of a major organisation with the rest of the world.

  • Top 10 storage stories of 2018

    The year 2018 in storage has witnessed a few notable trends. Here's a look back over Computer Weekly's top 10 storage stories of 2018.

  • Top 10 Nordic IT stories for 2018

    The Nordic region is pioneering when it comes to the use of IT in society and business. In many ways, the region is a test bed for the most advanced implementations of technology, such as artificial intelligence (AI). Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 Nordic articles for 2018, with a look back at CIO interviews and the effect of AI on the region.

  • Top 10 network stories of 2018

    2018 was the year when software-defined networking, and more specifically software-defined WANs, took centre stage. We look back at a transformative year for the world of the network manager. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 networking stories of 2018.

  • Top 10 Middle East stories of 2018

    With money to invest and well-educated populations, the region is using advanced technology to enhance business as well as the quality of life. Read this top 10 for more examples of digital transformation in the Middle East.

  • Top 10 IT security stories of 2018

    The discovery of the Meltdown and Spectre microprocessor vulnerabilities, and several similar vulnerabilities in the months that followed, were probably the single most challenging developments for enterprise IT security teams in 2018. Here's a look back over Computer Weekly's top 10 IT Security stories of 2018.

  • Top 10 datacentre stories of 2018

    There is nothing like a datacentre outage to highlight just how reliant the digital economy is on these facilities, with the 2018 news cycle dominated by tales of server rooms going awry and causing mass disruption to end users across the globe. Here's a look back over Computer Weekly's top 10 datacentre stories of 2018.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to 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

  • Computer Weekly – 8 January 2019: Technology innovation in music

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit the first hackathon at Abbey Road Studios, once home to The Beatles, to find out how tech startups hope to revolutionise music creation. Our latest buyer's guide looks at perimeterless network security. And we look ahead to the key CIO skills and jobs trends for 2019. Read the issue now.

  • CW Middle East ezine January 2019

    Oil may be the main fuel to the economies of the Middle East, but the region is trying to break from its reliance on the black stuff. This ezine has already featured articles about the UAE and Saudi Arabia diversifying their economies, with particular interest in fintech.

  • Top 10 cyber crime stories of 2018

    This year was marked by several reports on the spiralling cost of cyber crime to businesses as well as to the national and the global economy, as the cyber security industry turned to the bottom line as a motivator for decision makers to prioritise defence against cyber criminal activities. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 cyber crime stories 2018

  • Top 10 business applications stories of 2018

    The steady modernisation of ERP systems, as they edge to the cloud and are complemented by new-generation customer software, was markedly evident this year. And blockchain and AI are making inroads. In this e-guide, Computer Weekly takes a look at the top 10 business applications of 2018.

  • Top 10 cloud stories 2018

    While cloud has established itself as the preferred way for many enterprises to consume IT resources, organisations in some vertical markets have taken markedly longer to come round to its charms. With this as a backdrop, Computer Weekly takes a look at the top 10 cloud stories of 2018.

  • 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.

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