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.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we report on the auditing of algorithms to countervail bias. We examine what CISOs can learn from Covid-19. And we assess how competent AI is at building applications that deliver the best possible customer experience, in our buyer's guide to modern software development. Read the issue now.
In this e-guide, we look at Finland and how state investment is being used in a milestone project involving public and private sector organisations to understand the applications of the technology. And we hear how Spanish bank BBVA is examining the complex financial problems that could be solved by quantum computing.
Litigators are circling as thousands of contractors realise that the 2017 roll-out of IR35 reforms to the public sector may have resulted in unlawful tax deductions – and the private sector could be next.
Learn how whitelisting guards your systems by allowing only approved processes and applications to run on the endpoint and preventing malware and viral programs. With whitelisting technology, you can improve total data security and overall system performance.
Read this presentation transcript of the “Managing Windows with IT Search” podcast with Windows Specialist and Director of Product Management at Splunk, Johnathon Cervelli, to learn how IT Search can help you dramatically simplify Windows Systems Management.
In this e-guide we discover how software asset managers are coming up with new ways to give employees freedom and flexibility whilst keeping the ability to easily audit what is being used on-premise and in the cloud as well as what is no longer being used.
Active Directory becomes very complex to manage in Windows networks. Administrators leave, users are given elevated privileges, applications require special accounts - very soon you have an Active Directory full of security weaknesses.