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  • Computer Weekly – 23 January 2024: Davos 2024 – AI disinformation tops global risks

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, AI-generated disinformation and misinformation will be the top risks for businesses, governments and the public over the next two years, according to the WEF. Intel's CTO discusses the chip maker's plans for the European market. And we examine the dearth of digital skills among elected officials. Read the issue now.

  • Top trends shaping APAC's tech landscape in 2024

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    While GenAI is not expected to supersede other IT priorities such as cloud, application development and cyber security, it will augment those areas by making it easier to build software and improve cyber resilience. In this round-up, we review some of the key IT trends that are likely to shape the industry across the region in 2024.

  • MicroScope – December 2023: What does the future hold for Industry 5.0?

    Sponsored by: MicroScope

    In this issue, we explore the future of Industry 5.0 to discover whether it's truly a tech revolution or just the next step in what has been promised since Industry 4.0. Also learn more about the risks and impacts of generative AI on data compliance and compliance, as well as seven steps you should take to engage customers while providing services

  • Computer Weekly – 24 October 2023: Brewing data insights at Heineken

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how brewing giant Heineken is building a data ecosystem to share insights and tap into AI capabilities. The UK is conducting an investigation into cloud supplier dominance – what will it mean for users? And we examine how generative AI could be used to improve customer experience. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 1 August 2023: We're doing AI all wrong

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, AI is being imposed on society from the top down and the socio-economic implications will cause problems – we talk to an expert who says there is a better way. We also find out how hackers – the good kind – are turning to AI to make their work more effective. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 25 July 2023: Getting comfortable with data

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the head of IT at furniture retailer DFS about building trust in data. The vulnerabilities in MOVEit software continue to attract new victims – we assess the impact of the breaches. And we find out how online investigators are trawling social media to gather evidence of war crimes. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 18 July 2023: Soaring ahead with data at Rolls-Royce

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how aerospace giant Rolls-Royce uses data to improve its competitive advantage. We examine the benefits and best practices in software-defined storage. And we analyse calls for a review of laws around the use of computer evidence prompted by the Post Office IT scandal. Read the issue now.

  • Innovation Awards APAC 2023 - Public Sector: Andhra Pradesh

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Many parts of rural India depend on uncovered drinking water, which is unsafe for human consumption. To address the challenge, the Andhra Pradesh Space Applications Centre (APSAC) created a digital infrastructure for sourcing data on water assets, and made the data available on a GIS platform.

  • CW APAC May 2023 – Expert advice on security and threat intelligence

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Computer Weekly looks at the software supply chain, Mimecast's email security, Australian data breaches and Singapore's threat intelligence.

  • Data classification tools: What they do and who makes them

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Data classification is an essential pre-requisite to data protection, security and compliance. Firms need to know where their data is and the types of data they hold. In this article, learn more about how these tools can help keep your data tidy and which suppliers offer the best options in the market.

  • 10 data lake uses for enterprises

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Data lakes have become an essential tool for the modern data management platform. They provide a scalable and cost-effective platform for storing and managing large volumes of data, and they support real-time data analysis and processing. This infographic highlights ten cases in which data lakes are critical for modern data management.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to data visualisation

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Data visualisation is proving its value throughout a period of economic uncertainty. In this 16-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at the rise of embedded analytics, the advantages of real-time data and Siemens’ exploration of industrial metaverse use cases

  • What's all this talk about data mesh?

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Data mesh is a new approach aims to make data more accessible, usable and valuable to the organization by creating a more flexible, scalable and collaborative data architecture. In this article, we point out some of the benefits and challenges of data mesh, and how to set up the right culture and infrastructure to make the most of this approach.

  • CW APAC: Expert advice on data analytics

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this handbook, focused on data analytics in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at how to marry the art and science of analytics, environmental considerations, the risks of sovereign data strategies and what one telco has done to address scalability challenges.

  • Computer Weekly – 14 February 2023: Where next for NHS IT?

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, as NHS Digital is folded into NHS England, we consider what the merger could mean for the future of NHS IT. We find out how data science and analytics has become an increasingly important function for John Lewis. And we examine the importance of building empathy into metaverse applications. Read the issue now.

  • 8 big data use cases for businesses and industry examples

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    For businesses, the ability to deal with big data is important: it can bring companies significant business value, from enabling cost optimization and improved efficiency to providing better customer insight. In this article, we'll explore 8 use cases that show big data's profound impact on businesses across different industry sectors.

  • Top 10 India IT stories of 2022

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this roundup, we recap the top 10 stories in India, including the digitisation work undertaken by global firms in the country, progress made by local enterprises in harnessing technology and how a female coder rose through the ranks in her software development career.

  • Fail to prepare quality data, prepare to fail

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    Fail to prepare, prepare to fail is an adage that never fails to lose its veracity. The same is true of using poor quality data, known to be the bane of the lives of data analysts, not to speak of organisations that yearn to be "data driven".

  • Top IT Predictions in APAC in 2023

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this round-up, we review some of the key IT trends that are likely to shape the industry across the APAC region in 2023.

  • Computer Weekly - 13 December 2022: AI experts question tech industry's ethical commitments

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the proliferation of ethical frameworks has done little to change how artificial intelligence is developed – we look at the challenges. We examine the future of the UK semiconductor sector as the government launches a review. And we hear how NatWest has put data at the heart of customer strategy. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 6 December 2022: Is Twitter still safe, and should you stop using the platform?

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with a litany of security and compliance issues caused by Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter, we ask if it's still safe for enterprises. Our latest buyer's guide examines the technologies and best practices behind data visualisation. And we look at the emerging devices for accessing the metaverse. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 30 January 2024: Tech companies warn EU over encryption plans

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, tech companies are calling on the European Commission to rethink plans to weaken internet encryption – we explore the issues. We talk to credit rating agency Moody's about why it thinks now is the time to invest in quantum computing. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 16 January 2024: All eyes are on the Post Office scandal – at last

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, 15 years since we first revealed the plight of subpostmasters, and four years since their High Court victory, the UK public and government are getting behind the victims, thanks to a TV dramatisation of the scandal. We look at plans to quash convictions and analyse Fujitsu’s role in the scandal. Read the issue now.

  • CW EMEA - November 2023: Let the data flow

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this month's CW EMEA ezine, we find out about Heineken's mission to make the most out of the data it holds through an enterprise-wide data ecosystem. We also look at how the UK has turned its back on the German government-funded Gaia-X data platform. Read the issue now.

  • CW EMEA - January 2023: Protecting the privacy of schoolchildren

    Sponsored by: TechTarget ComputerWeekly.com

    In this month's CW EMEA, we look at how schools in Germany have stopped using Microsoft Office 365 over lack of clarity over how data is collected, shared and used. We also delve into how former UK spy boss Richard Dearlove leaked names of MI6 secret agent recruiters in China to back an aggressive right-wing US campaign against tech company Huawei.

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