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  • Computer Weekly – 17 May 2016: Countdown begins to new EU data protection rules

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with the new EU data protection rules ready to become law, firms now have just two years to prepare – we assess the challenges. Manufacturing giant Rolls-Royce talks about why it moved its HR systems to the cloud. And we look back at 50 years of technology innovation in storage. Read the issue now.

  • Computer Weekly – 22 May 2018: GDPR is here – are you ready?

    Sponsored by: ComputerWeekly.com

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the EU's new GDPR rules come into force this week – we ask if companies are ready and look at what happens if you're not compliant. Our latest buyer's guide examines digital transformation and the role of the CIO. And we find out how technology is changing the traditional sport of cricket. Read the issue now.

  • Why Big Data Demands More Out of Databases

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    To build or to buy? That is the cloud database question. In this e-guide, explore use cases and trends to help you decide which decision better meets your organization's needs. Additionally, Michael Minelli, co-author of a book on big data analytics, offers insight on how in-memory analytics can help accelerate big data analytics needs.

  • Guide to SAP HANA: Implementation Options, Tips, and More

    Sponsored by: Freudenberg IT

    Explore the journey to a successful SAP HANA implementation so you can leverage the in-memory database's cloud and analytic capabilities. Learn about the key differences between HANA Cloud Platform and HANA Enterprise Cloud, uncover 5 implementation tips, and more.

  • The Power of Oracle SuperCluster and In-Memory Applications

    Sponsored by: Oracle Corporation

    In this webcast, discover an Oracle database and app consolidation platform that will help you achieve greater insights into your cost structure, where costs are and how they impact your profit, so you can avoid unnecessary expense and risk.

  • NoSQL Databases Excel at Spreading Cloud & Web Applications

    Sponsored by: Rackspace

    In this e-guide, learn from experts about the agility and flexibility that NoSQL database software affords, allowing cloud-based Web applications to shine.

  • Don't Rush into Cloud Databases without a Well-Grounded Plan

    Sponsored by: Data Intensity

    In this expert e-guide, DBA Brian Peasland helps you weigh the benefits of moving to the cloud. Discover how to take a strategic approach to implementing an Oracle cloud database that anticipates a variety of challenges from legal regulations to data security.

  • 10 Reasons to Upgrade to Oracle Database 12c

    Sponsored by: Oracle

    Let Brian Peasland, a DBA with over 20 years of experience, explains why you should upgrade to Oracle Database 12c. Learn about how you can gain increased back-end support, updated hardware and OS, security patches and more inside.

  • Expert Advice on Today's Database Market

    Sponsored by: SearchDataManagement

    Read this special edition of Business Information for advice from data management consultant and author Craig S. Mullins on today's database market. Learn about new data types which call for new approaches, like storing data in memory instead on of disk, or turning to NoSQL technologies.

  • Structured Approach to Migrating Oracle Apps from a Physical to Virtual Environment

    Sponsored by: EMC Converged Platforms.

    Access this in-depth white paper to discover a structured approach to migrating Oracle apps from a physical to a virtual environment. Read on to find out why this approach meets many of the challenges presented by the virtualization of Oracle databases and applications, and learn how you can get started.

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