In this week's Computer Weekly, the Post Office IT scandal inquiry continues to reveal shocking details – we review the latest evidence. We examine progress of the roll-out of fast broadband across the UK. And as the Online Safety Bill returns to Parliament, we look at the arguments about how to keep the internet safe. Read the issue now.
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club heard from IT leaders plotting a roadmap to software-defined everything - this presentation was given by Steven Armstrong, principal automation engineer at Paddy Power Betfair.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the UK government has committed £1bn to the semiconductor sector – but can it ever compete with the US and China? The potential of 5G networking could transform manufacturing – we examine the implications. Read the issue now.
The National Museum of Computing has trawled the Computer Weekly archives for another selection of articles highlighting significant articles published in the month of May over the past five decades.
Will software licensing continue to be a battleground for suppliers and users, or can new, mature relationships between the two sides be forged in the digital crucible of contemporary on-demand, pay as you go software?
In this e-guide: Software for marketing, from content marketing through customer experience management to marketing automation, and the rest, has not been as central to the vision of CIOs as ERP and the full panoply of IT infrastructure: storage, security, networking, data centres, and all of the above delivered by way of the cloud.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the minefield around datacentre planning permission across the UK, after government blocked a major development next to the M25. The metaverse is making inroads into the industrial world – is this the real future for the technology? And we analyse the trends changing the app market. Read the issue now.
Download this expert handbook to uncover several new forms of technology that are integral to the intelligent enterprise and learn how these tools can help to boost employee experience and give your organization a competitive advantage.
One of the most promising paths to virtualization continues to be a software-defined data center (SDDC). A SDDC gives your organization access to the benefits of the private cloud while also delivering a unified configuration of applications, resources, and infrastructure. Read OVHcloud’s white paper to better understand the basics of the SDDC now.