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.
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.
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.
The IT skills gap in the Netherlands could be about to narrow as more women take up jobs in the sector. Figures from last year revealed that the number of female ICT professionals grew by 6.5%, while the number of male ICT professionals increased by only 1.7%. Read more about it in this issue.
A survey shows that people in the United Arab Emirates believe next-generation technologies such as 3D printing and artificial intelligence will become widespread in the country. Also read how the UAE has improved its security posture amid mounting cyber threats.
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.
Jump into this E-Guide to learn how AIOps – the collective term for AI-infused IT automation technology – can impact IT operations from the ground up, and what developments took place over the course of 2019.