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Computer Weekly – 7 May 2024: Casting a critical eye on HMRC's IR35 checker tool

In this week’s Computer Weekly, we investigate what has been going on with the HMRC’s Check Employment Status for Tax (CEST). We also speak to the CIO of Danfoss about making datacentres greener and explore the issue of restoring data and system backups after a ransomware or cyber attack. Read the issue now.

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    In this week’s Computer Weekly, our latest buyer’s guide examines the emerging innovations and best practice in mobile app development. We find out how Microsoft and Amazon are opening up their artificial intelligence tools to developers to expand take-up of the technology. And GE’s CIO talks about the digital transformation of one of the world’s industrial giants. Read the issue now.

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    There has never been a better time to be in software development. After years of being regarded as non-core, software development has quickly become a differentiator as businesses embark on digital transformations. Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 software development articles of 2019.

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  • Computer Weekly - 17 December 2019: How data analytics is improving the world's greatest tennis players

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  • Computer Weekly - 27 July 2021: Are we getting cyber security skills all wrong?

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  • Computer Weekly - 19 November 2019: Is facial recognition happening too fast?

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  • Computer Weekly – 10 July 2018: Tackling the digital identity problem

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  • Computer Weekly – 28 February 2017: Navigating software licences

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  • Computer Weekly – 12 March 2024: From grassroots to Wembley – how tech supports English football

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  • Computer Weekly - 24 January 2023: BBC under scrutiny over its digital strategy

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