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CW APAC - February 2022: Trend Watch - enterprise 5G

Businesses are increasingly embracing the positive effects of 5G. In this handbook, focused on enterprise 5G in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at what the technology means for Australian enterprises, how Singapore is deploying 5G trials, why an Indian telco has turned to OpenStack and what AWS looks set to achieve through its launch of AWS Private 5G.

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  • Guide to overcoming challenges facing the telecom sector

    The telecoms sector in 2017 finds itself increasingly challenged as operators and end-users respond to multiple challenges, such as the emergence of software-based networks, the steady erosion of voice revenues, and the growth of ‘free’ communications services.

    In this guide, we catch up with Vodafone’s UK chief technology officer, Jorge Fernandes, for an in-depth look at how one of the world’s largest mobile telecommunications service providers is evolving its business to cope with these challenges.

    Elsewhere, we explore how unified communications technology can remain relevant in an increasingly mobilised world with Paul Clarke from service provider 3CX, and learn how telecom equipment suppliers are changing their game as their customers respond to the pressures they face.

    Finally, we discover how operator Manx Telecom has revitalised its business after deploying VMware’s network functions virtualisation (NFV) platform at the heart of its network.

  • A Computer Weekly buyer's guide to satellite broadband

    High-speed internet connectivity has become an essential utility for much of the world's population. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at what makes the industry largely recession-proof, the obstacles 5G's roll-out must overcome and how reductions in satellite costs have boosted space-borne projects and services' popularity.

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  • Free broadband for all, big data, taxes and the CW500 IT leaders club

    This episode is kicked off by discussing the Labour Party's pre-election pledge to offer free full-fibre broadband to the whole of the UK. Brian talks the rest of the team through his various conference visits, from the Open Data Institute (ODI) Summit and Caroline has more updates on IT contractor tax issues.

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  • Free broadband for all, big data, taxes and the CW500 IT leaders club

    This episode is kicked off by discussing the Labour Party's pre-election pledge to offer free full-fibre broadband to the whole of the UK. Brian talks the rest of the team through his various conference visits, from the Open Data Institute (ODI) Summit and Caroline has more updates on IT contractor tax issues.

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  • Shields up! Why Russia's war on Ukraine should matter to security pros

    The build-up to the attack on Ukraine by Russia on 24 February saw widespread warnings from cyber security companies and government agencies that the world was on the verge of a devastating cyber war. In this E-Guide, we will explore some of the more impactful cyber security stories that have unfolded around the war.

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  • How Russia's war in Ukraine is changing the cybersecurity game and why that matters

    The build-up to the attack on Ukraine by Russia saw warnings from security pros that the world was on the verge of a cyber war. So far, such attacks have been confined to the theatre of conflict, but this doesn't mean things won't change. In this e-guide, we explore some of the more impactful cybersecurity stories that have unfolded around the war.

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  • CW Europe – December 2018

    Dutch military intelligence have released a lot of details about the attempted to hack into the networks of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague.

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  • CW Benelux ezine February 2019

    Dutch military intelligence has released a lot of details about the attempt to hack into the networks of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague.

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  • CW Europe - March-May 2020: Experts examine Dutch government’s IT problems

    Technology experts discuss the challenges and potential solutions to the Netherlands government's IT problems.

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  • CW Europe - September-November 2022: Why Russia could become the world's biggest market for illegal IT

    Faced with international sanctions and the departure of many global IT suppliers from Russia, companies there are seeking alternative, and sometimes illegal, routes to access IT products. Also read how new requirements are driving scientists and engineers in Europe back to the lab to start developing 6G technology.

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  • Top 10 broadband stories of 2019

    The European broadband industry in 2019 was a place of huge activity and investment, with one overarching theme – full-fibre roll-out. The fundamental benefit of such networks seemed as crystal clear as the fibres themselves – support for business transformation. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 networking stories of 2019.

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  • Computer Weekly – 18 October 2022: How Russia hacked a former MI6 spy chief

    In this week's Computer Weekly, Russian hackers leaked emails and documents from British government, military, and intelligence officials – we examine the implications. New EU laws will govern online safety and the use of AI, but what do they mean for organisations? And we look at the growth in checkout-free shopping. Read the issue now.

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  • CW Europe – September-November 2017

    In this quarter's CW Europe, read about a political crisis in Balkan state with tech at its centre. The country has been accused of using surveillance technology for covert spying. Protests related to this were instrumental in the ruling party losing power after 10 years.

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  • Computer Weekly - 26 July 2022: Inside Russia's Ukraine information operations

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we get the inside track on Russia's disinformation operations attempting to spread propaganda and cyber threats about the invasion of Ukraine. Our new buyer's guide looks at customer and employee experience management. And we assess 10 top Kubernetes backup suppliers. Read the issue now.

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  • Computer Weekly – 27 September 2022: Making digital a key ingredient at Mondelez

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to snack giant Mondelez, the owner of Cadbury, about how AI and data are transforming its business. SAP is increasing support costs for the first time in years – we assess the impact on customers. And a Ukrainian tech CEO tells us how his company kept going despite the Russian invasion. Read the issue now.

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  • Computer Weekly - 15 March 2022: How the tech sector is supporting Ukraine

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the global tech sector response to the invasion of Ukraine, and how hackers are responding to calls for an IT army to target Russia. Our latest buyer's guide looks at cloud-based ERP and other business applications. And IBM's UK chief tells us how Big Blue is reinventing itself. Read the issue now.

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  • India gears up for 5G but challenges remain

    India's upcoming spectrum auction marks the start of larger-scale deployments of 5G in the subcontinent, but telcos will need to find a way to address high infrastructure costs and monetise their investments. Download the full article to understand what challenges the country will have to face on its journey to deploy 5G.

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  • CIO Trends #8: Benelux

    In this e-guide we reveal how the Netherlands are taking the lead in cybersecurity; how Brussels is gearing up to be an insurtech hub and why the Dutch decided to share details of a Russian hacking of a major organisation with the rest of the world.

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  • CIO Trends #8: Benelux

    In this e-guide we reveal how the Netherlands are taking the lead in cybersecurity; how Brussels is gearing up to be an insurtech hub and why the Dutch decided to share details of a Russian hacking of a major organisation with the rest of the world.

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  • CIO Trends #6: Nordics

    In this e-guide, read how the High North and Baltic Sea collaboration is about to undergo a serious and redefining makeover to counter possible threats posed by a military-resurgent Russia. Read how pooling technologies and competencies was a focal point during summit meetings between Nordic and Baltic government leaders and defence leaders.

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  • Poland's Storage market on the rise

    Poland's storage market has been on a steady rise but what's the reason behind this? We investigate...

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  • CW Europe - June-August 2020: 5G rush in Russia

    Russian mobile operators are pooling their resources to help them overcome the technical challenges of creating 5G networks. Also read how Swedbank is rebuilding its anti-money laundering systems after a damning report, and how a public-private partnership in the Netherlands is helping to combat cyber fraudsters.

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  • CW Europe - June-August 2020: 5G rush in Russia

    Russian mobile operators are pooling their resources to help them overcome the technical challenges of creating 5G networks. Also read how Swedbank is rebuilding its anti-money laundering systems after a damning report, and how a public-private partnership in the Netherlands is helping to combat cyber fraudsters.

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  • Computer Weekly - 16 March 2021: Containers play a key role in post-pandemic IT architectures

    In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide examines the key role that container technology will play in post-pandemic IT architectures. The UK government is under fire for its opaque approach to gigabit broadband strategy. And we assess the storage options for the growing volumes of unstructured data. Read the issue now.

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  • Computer Weekly - 22 February 2022: Think nation-state cyber attacks won't hit you? Think again...

    In this week's Computer Weekly, with Russian state cyber attacks in the news, we find out why security professionals in every organisation need to remain alert. Our buyer's guide looks at the tools and programmes helping improve IT training. And we look at how the traditional sport of golf is undergoing a digital transformation. Read the issue now.

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  • Making the business case for quantum computing

    Tech startups, investors, major suppliers and even leading-edge companies are already placing a bet on the future of quantum computing. In this e-guide, we hear from experts in the tech sector, business consultancies and international corporations as they examine the potential of quantum computing.

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  • Computer Weekly – 16 October 2018: Drilling into AI at Shell

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how oil giant Shell is using AI and machine learning to boost workforce productivity. We analyse the attempted Russian cyber attack revealed by the Dutch government. And we look at how blockchain is being used in the food and drink industry to improve supply chain management. Read the issue now.

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  • Computer Weekly - 2 June 2020: What will be the IT security priorities of the post-coronavirus world?

    In this week's Computer Weekly, the working world after the pandemic will be very different – we assess the IT security priorities for the 'new normal'. Facial recognition firms are racing to identify people wearing face masks. And how did Europe's telecoms networks cope with the switch to remote working? Read the issue now.

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  • CW Europe – March 2018

    Cities in continental Europe will be eyeing opportunities to attract more startup firms in view of the potential scenario that London and the UK more widely might lose their appeal to entrepreneurs after Brexit.

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  • Cyber security in the Nordics

    With the digitisation of life and work comes the 24-hour threat of cyber attacks. The Nordic region's pioneering spirit in the digital arena could easily turn heads, some of which may have malicious intent.

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  • Computer Weekly – 2 April 2019: The nightmare driving test – making driverless cars safe

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to AI experts about the challenges of teaching autonomous vehicles how to drive safely in often extreme environments. Our latest buyer's guide looks at business intelligence and analytics. And we examine the implications of the EU's controversial new copyright laws. Read the issue now.

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  • CW Europe September 2019: Netherlands authorities halt datacentre construction and call for a policy rethink

    The Netherlands has for years attracted datacentre investment and has seen major construction projects. Amsterdam alone has 33 datacentres within a radius of 20km. So when the local authority in Amsterdam and Haarlemmermeer called an immediate halt to datacentre construction, it was a shock.

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  • The top Nordics stories from 2021

    The Nordic region offers the world a melting pot of tech, with its huge traditional industries and world-leading tech startup hubs.  In this eguide, read about the unique mix of features in the Nordic countries that means traditional businesses and consumers are willing to apply new technology to problems big and small.

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  • Computer Weekly – 27 April 2021: Justice at last in Post Office IT scandal

    In this week's Computer Weekly, 12 years after we broke the story, victims of the Post Office IT scandal finally have their criminal convictions overturned. We take a virtual tour of a Microsoft datacentre and meet a server called 'Mega-Godzilla Beast'. And we find out how technology is transforming Nationwide Building Society. Read the issue now.

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  • CW Middle East - July-September 2021: Pandemic speeds up edtech revolution in Gulf

    One of the lessons the Covid-19 pandemic has taught governments across the world is that education providers can still teach when their premises are inaccessible. Read how organisations in the Gulf region's education sector have been quick to adopt the latest education technology, known as edtech, to help in this endeavour.

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  • CW Europe – December 2017

    In this quarter's CW Europe, we interview Laurence Schirrecker at Eurosport about how the broadcaster is using the latest technologies to improve how cycling enthusiasts can follow races. Computer Weekly caught up with her at the final stage of the Grand Tour cycling event La Vuelta in Madrid.

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  • Nordics' IT leaders facing the coronavirus crisis

    In this e-guide we look at some of the innovations, in the region, that are addressing Covid-19 challenges. But we also feature news that many tech startups in the region might soon face problems innovating at all as investment funds dry up.

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  • CW Nordics May 2017

    The cloud is so pervasive within enterprises today that it is easy to understate the way it has changed businesses. The internet of things is putting your security at risk. How did application performance monitoring prevent a business disaster? Read on to explore all this and much more.

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  • CW Middle East - January-March 2021: $60m venture capital fund targets 120 startups

    Countries in the Middle East see technology as an industry of the future and are investing heavily in the sector as part of their economic diversification plans. Read in this issue how the latest development will see a $60m venture capital fund, based in Bahrain, invest in 120 early-stage startups across the Middle East region.

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  • Computer Weekly - 23 August 2022: How digital technology rescued Merlin

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Merlin Entertainments – operator of Legoland and Alton Towers – about how digital saved the company when Covid shut its theme parks. We find out how data analytics can help to track greenhouse gas emissions. And Southern Water explains how data supports vulnerable customers. Read the issue now.

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  • CW Nordics - February-April 2021: Nordic startups aim to take the lead in pet tech advances

    Nordic technology startups are looking to take pet tech mainstream following the acceleration of the industry during the coronavirus pandemic.

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  • CW Nordics May-July 2020: Startups face tough decisions as coronavirus fallout hits

    Tech startups based in the Nordic region face difficult decisions as the Covid-19 pandemic leads to falling sales and investment.

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  • How Brexit will affect your security online

    In this week's Computer Weekly, DevOps is cited as a key element of digital transformation – we examine the challenges to delivering on its promise. Many retailers are investing in emerging technologies to gain an edge – but are they too far ahead of the curve? And could a new spirit of collaboration help UK broadband roll-out? Read the issue now.

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  • CW Nordics - August-October 2021: Klarna alumni energise Stockholm's startup scene

    Klarna has not only grown into a well-known Swedish fintech brand, but former staff have gone on to create some of the Nordic region's new startup ventures. Find out more about the so-called 'Klarna academy'. Also read in this issue why growing tech companies in Stockholm say the city's startup environment needs to diversify more.

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  • Computer Weekly – 24 July 2018: Building intelligent aircraft engines with AI and analytics

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Rolls-Royce about using AI, sensors and data analytics to build intelligent aircraft engines. Our latest buyer's guide examines the next generation of desktop IT. And we ask whether a court ruling in Chile could lead to a worldwide change in Oracle's software licensing practices. Read the issue now.

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  • CIO Trends Q1 2016

    This guide offers a collection of our most popular articles for IT leaders during the first few months of 2016, examining the changing role of CIOs and how to enhance their relationships with their peers across the business.

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  • Inside Nordic startup hubs

    In this e-guide, discover how the Nordic tech startup scene could rival the US's Silicon Valley. We also take a close look at some of the hubs on offer, with features on Google's investment in Finland, Sweden's hubs in Stockholm and Malmo, as well as Denmark's capital Copenhagen. And don't forget Norway, who's on a mission to rival its neighbours.

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  • Computer Weekly - 7 December 2021: Spy tech gets high tech – why MI6 invests in startups

    In this week's Computer Weekly, we're used to James Bond and his gadgets, but now MI6 is investing in tech startups to develop new intelligence capabilities. Our exclusive IT Priorities survey suggests IT leaders are optimistic about 2022. And our new buyer's guide examines the latest emerging technologies. Read the issue now.

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  • CW Middle East - October-December 2021: Middle East hospitals accelerate take-up of healthcare technologies

    The Middle East is accelerating its take-up of digital healthcare technologies following lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic, with regional government turning to technology to track disease trends and monitor treatment.

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  • Top 10 IT in the Nordics stories of 2019

    The Nordic region punches above its weight in IT terms, with a rich tech ecosystem that ranges from clusters of tech startups creating the latest apps to large in-house IT teams transforming traditional industries. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 Nordic enterprise IT stories of 2019.

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  • Computer Weekly – 26 July to 1 August 2016: Olympic vision: Technology on track for Rio Games

    In this issue we interview the CIO for the forthcoming Rio Olympics. The technology his team has put in place will support delegations from over 200 countries, including 10,500 athletes. We also look at data centre and open source security, as well as take a first look at what the new UK Prime Minister's approach might be to the digital economy.

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  • CW Europe - March-May 2021: Nordic tech startups create blueprint for post-Covid working environment

    Business can learn lessons from Nordic tech startups to prepare employees to return to the office after Covid restrictions end.

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  • How mobile and IoT connectivity is shaping the network of the future

    In this e-guide, read about the concept of autonomous self-driving networks, how the IoT connectivity wars are playing out and why Asia is set to dominate industry conversations on 5G.

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