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  • CW Middle East July-Sept 2019: SAP project drives digital transformation for Saudi Arabia's largest auto company

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    It's not just the countries of the Middle East that have a plan when it comes to digital transformation. Private businesses are also overhauling their systems. One such company is the automotive division of Saudi Arabia's Abdul Latif Jameel Company (ALJC), which has completed one of the biggest SAP projects ever undertaken in the auto sector.

  • CW Middle East ezine April 11 2019

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

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    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.

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

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    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.

  • Computer Weekly – 19 March 2019: How IT leaders should work with marketing

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, experts advise on how IT and marketing chiefs can work together to deliver a high-quality customer experience. We examine how supercomputers are transforming science by processing large-scale data analytics. And we look at a key ethical aspect of AI – how to explain the decisions an AI makes. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 February 2019: Delving into viewer data at the BBC

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the BBC about how the UK broadcaster is using data analytics to better understand its viewers and grow its audience. We look at how CERN is using IT automation in its quest to unravel the mysteries of the universe. And we examine the impact of GDPR on cloud storage. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 12 February 2019: The Met Office storms ahead on data analytics

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, find out how the Met Office takes 2TB of weather data every hour and turns it into useful business insight. We examine whether Amazon's presence in the retail market is putting off other retailers from using its public cloud services. And we look at the new 802.11ax wireless networking standard. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe – December 2018

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    Dutch military intelligence have released a lot of details about the attempted to hack into the networks of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague.

  • CW Middle East ezine October 2018

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    It's still early days for the Middle East when it comes to artificial intelligence and robotic process automation, but things are picking up.

  • CW Benelux ezine August 2018

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    It's hardly surprising that the Netherlands is pioneering smart cities. The tech-savvy nation is already planning to have a digital port in Rotterdam with automated ships. Now, according to one Dutch academic, "almost every Dutch municipality is doing something with smart technology".

  • CW Europe – December 2017

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    In this quarter's CW Europe, we interview Laurence Schirrecker at Eurosport about how the broadcaster is using the latest technologies to improve how cycling enthusiasts can follow races. Computer Weekly caught up with her at the final stage of the Grand Tour cycling event La Vuelta in Madrid.

  • Computer Weekly – 1 August 2017: The fields of Athenry – how Apple's datacentre plans are causing turmoil in a small Irish town

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, we look into Apple's controversial plans to build a huge datacentre in a small town in the west of Ireland, and the local arguments it has caused. We find out how the Met Office is managing its vast quantities of weather data. And we examine Google plans to bring AI to the recruitment market. Read the issue now.

  • CW Europe – June 2017

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    This quarter in CW Europe we look at how momentum in the artificial intelligence industry in France might be slowed due to ethical questions.

  • Looking Back on 25 Years of Linux

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, 25 years after Linus Torvalds released the Linux kernel, we look at how the open source operating system has influenced modern-day IT. Our new buyer's guide covers the fast-growing technology of object storage. And we examine the rise of corporate wireless networking. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly: Leadership bonus – analysing our UK salary survey

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, our UK salary survey shows that IT leaders are benefiting from generous bonuses as tech becomes part of mainstream business. We find out how the internet of things is transforming the railway industry. And the CIO of the Williams F1 team explains how data analytics is boosting race performance. Read the issue now.

  • Sensible one-page thoughts on managing performance

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    Ludo Houdenaert distils a lifetime of experience on managing performance in the IT department into this collection of short, digestible articles, written especially for Computer Weekly.

  • Computer Weekly – 26 July to 1 August 2016: Olympic vision: Technology on track for Rio Games

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    In this issue we interview the CIO for the forthcoming Rio Olympics. The technology his team has put in place will support delegations from over 200 countries, including 10,500 athletes. We also look at data centre and open source security, as well as take a first look at what the new UK Prime Minister's approach might be to the digital economy.

  • CW@50 - What was making the news in May

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    The National Museum of Computing has trawled the Computer Weekly archives for another selection of articles highlighting significant articles published in the month of May over the past five decades.

  • Skills and sourcing trends for successful IT strategy

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    In this presentation from our CW500 event, Louise McCarthy, director of IT transformation at the European Bank of Reconstruction and Development, shares her experiences of overhauling IT sourcing strategy at major private and public sector organisations.

  • CW@50: What was making the news in April?

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    The National Museum of Computing has uncovered several gems in the Computer Weekly archives, based on what was happening in the month of April over the last few decades.

  • CW@50: March editions of Computer Weekly

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    We search back through the Computer Weekly archives held at The National Museum of Computing to present what was happening in IT over the past five decades.

  • Deloitte Telecoms, Media, and Technology Predictions 2016

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    The technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) practice at Deloitte, the business advisory firm, gives its predictions for the technology sector in 2016.

  • Computer Weekly – 5 March 2013: Planning for a 4G future

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    In this week's Computer Weekly, now the 4G spectrum auction is over, we look at what happens next for the future of mobile networking. Cloud computing promises to save costs – we examine how to ensure a return on investment. And we report from the RSA conference on how big data is helping tackle cyber security threats. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly 16 August 2011: Read our analysis of the week’s biggest news stories in IT and in-depth features examining the latest technology trends

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    In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly we kick-off a programme of content aimed at providing a resource for IT training, education and career development. We also look at the controversial supplier contracts for the NHS IT programme, and examine the challenges of Big Data - plus our usual analysis of the week’s news. Download the latest issue now.

  • Parallel Programming Talk - Dr. David Patterson on the future of Parallel Programming

    Sponsored by: Intel Software Network

    Join master of the parallel universe Clay Breshears and Aaron Tersteeg as they discuss parallel programming with a special guest. This episode features Dr. David Paterson, Director of the Universal Parallel Computing Research Center at UC Berkeley sponsored by Intel and Microsoft.

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