Computer Weekly – 27 September 2016: Digital knowledge at the British Library

Computer Weekly – 27 September 2016: Digital knowledge at the British Library


In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out about the technology plans at the British Library as it aims to store the UK’s printed and digital history. Graph database technology is being used to help improve food safety throughout the supply chain – we examine how it works. And tech leaders tell us how to architect IT infrastructure for moving to the cloud. Read the issue now.

Also inside:

  • How a graph database is being used to deliver traceability across the global food supply chain.
  • IT leaders explain what to consider when embarking on a cloud implementation programme.
  • Lloyds of London survey reveals just how badly some European firms are failing in terms of cyber security and low levels of awareness about the role of cyber insurance.
  • How organisations can augment their public cloud strategies with on-premise IT by running workloads in a private cloud and bursting to the public cloud when it makes sense.
  • As part of our 50th anniversary celebrations, we look ahead to what Computer Weekly might be writing about in 50 years from now.
23 Sep 2016
27 Sep 2016
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