Computer Weekly – 11 June 2013: Do you know who is on your network?
In this week’s Computer Weekly, our latest buyer’s guide looks at best practice in identity and access management and how the technology can improve your information security. We go behind the scenes at Microsoft HQ to find out how the software giant has worked to make its products more secure. We examine the rise of hyperscale computing, pioneered by Facebook and Google. And the CIO from Domino’s Pizza tells us why the retailer is gradually moving to the cloud. Read the issue now.
Buyer’s guide to identity & access management – part one: Manage identity and access to improve business processes
Streamlining identity and access management (IAM) is essential to exploiting your organisation’s assets and employees’ productivity.
The campaign against cyber threats that Microsoft wages behind the scenes
The perception that Microsoft is not doing all it should in securing its products persists because much of what the company does it undertakes behind the scenes. However, after a visit to Microsoft’s Redmond campus, most people would be surprised at how much is being done.
Domino’s Pizza takes a low-risk approach to the cloud
The CIO of Domino’s Pizza talks to about a patient strategy to cloud implementation and an appetite for innovation.
Can hyperscale computing eclipse enterprise storage?
Pioneered by Facebook and Google, hyperscale computing and storage is built on cheap commodity parts with redundancy at device level.
Case study: CERN uses ITSM to rethink facilities management and align with ITIL
CERN, the home of the Large Hadron Collider, is using IT service m anagement (ITSM) to support operations outside the IT function.
Why men in IT see women in IT as a valuable asset
The subject of women in IT tends to be one discussed mostly by women who work in IT, as females in the sector share stories, tips and advice. But what about the men who work alongside these women?
SAP’s boost to autism employment
Software giant SAP is pioneering a global programme to recruit people with autism for software testing.
Opinion: Enterprise architecture should be driven by outcomes, not frameworks
Enterprise architects must set targets that deliver business value, writes Gartner analyst Brian Burke.
This week's issue is sponsored by (ISC)2