In this week's Computer Weekly, as developments in generative AI accelerate, Microsoft and Google have each unveiled plans around enterprise applications. Nobody doubts the importance of digital transformation – but experts say it won't work without cultural change as well. Read the issue now.
To achieve the true potential of CI/CD is extremely challenging if significant manual intervention remains part of the process. So, what’s the alternative? Read this product overview to evaluate the top 3 benefits of another option: CI/CD pipeline automation with Orchestral.ai’s Composer Solution.
In this week's Computer Weekly, Amazon has opened its first 'just walk out' grocery store in the UK, but is it the right time to hit the high street? We examine the human and technical issues around email security. And we analyse Microsoft's $19bn purchase of voice recognition supplier Nuance. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide assesses the challenges for cryptography in the emerging era of quantum computing. Google Cloud experts explain how the internet giant is preparing its datacentres for a world of AI. And we examine the privacy, compliance and backup issues from generative AI. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide looks at the future of robotic process automation (RPA). Google's legal victory against Oracle over the use of Java APIs has huge significance for software developers. And we find out how expectations of IT have grown as firms prepare for the post-Covid workplace. Read the issue now.
Advances in technology have led to safety and comfort features being added to vehicles, with ambitious plans for driverless cars and other connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) systems being developed. This article looks at some of the requirements, constraints and challenges, including two areas of uncertainty: data and software updates.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how computer scientists are using data, cloud and virtual reality to understand the brain and improve mental wellbeing. We analyse newly published government documents detailing the early problems with Universal Credit. And we look at how AI can help improve cyber security. Read the issue now.
In this e-guide, we take a look at how smart living and working are shaping up to be two of the most important and beneficial aspects of the digital transformations happening in Benelux today. We discover how Dutch towns are planning on using IT to automate human and business activity and how the Port of Rotterdam is preparing for autonomous ships.
With a tolerant professional culture, the UAE is becoming the technological hub of the Middle East, but lacks a strong technological workforce. Access this expert e-zine to see how these Middle Eastern organizations are bringing in new employees, and see what similar tactics your organization could use in your recruitment efforts as well.
Within 20 years technology could automate as many as two thirds of middle-ranking job, meaning employers will find it difficult to find the people with the high-level skills they need. This changing demographic has led to a spurt of technological innovation in Human Resources as companies gear up for the recruitment wars that lie ahead.