In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how consumer goods giant Unilever has changed its thinking about IT to support a global digital transformation. The UK boss of Hewlett Packard Enterprise assesses progress after the first year since HP split in two. And we examine how software development is changing in the enterprise. Read the issue now.
This article in our Royal Holloway Security Series identifies serious flaws due to architectural limitations of the Linux kernel which cast doubts on its ability to provide forensically sound audit records and discusses possible mitigation techniques.
Discover the benefits Ansible Tower offers in the software development lifecycle (SDLC), and take advantage of its flexibility to embed it in existing tools and processes. Read on to centralize your infrastructure and SDLC management with a platform that will enable self-service and improve automated testing.
Explore some of the challenges facing client computing, security, and compliance teams and how these challenges can be addressed through the deployment of Windows 10. You'll also learn how well current hardware takes advantage of these core functions and features.
Part 3 of this Enterprise Mobility Management e-book deciphers how to benefit from mobile app management (MAM). From third-party MAM to OS-enabled MAM, learn why there will be situations that call for a particular method.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the latest release of Microsoft's Windows Server software, and assess its new features for cloud, virtualisation and device management. We visit Chinese networking giant Huawei to hear its business challenges over US security. And we look at the options for financing IT purchases. Read the issue now.
This crucial resource takes an in-depth look at the options that you have for planning and deploying a Windows 7 migration, detailing the benefits and drawbacks of each approach so you can create a strategy that will satisfy your specific needs and requirements.
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