In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how the market for cyber insurance is evolving and how to avoid buying the wrong level of cover. We find out what role hydrogen technologies could play in reducing datacentre carbon emissions. And we hear how a 125-year old bicycle maker is embracing digital innovation. Read the issue now.
The pandemic appears to have solidified e-commerce's ascendancy against the highstreet. Coronavirus has accelerated technology adoption in many sectors, and people have been forced to stay at home, increasing their online shopping habits in a bid to avoid visiting shops.
In this week's Computer Weekly, there's a hidden environmental cost to the vast volumes of data being generated – we examine what can be done to address it. We talk to the CISO of consumer reviews site Trustpilot, about building trust in IT security. And we look at what IT leaders can do if they inherit a toxic team environment. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the hospitality sector was devastated by the pandemic, and it's turning to technology to rebuild – we find out what's changing. Google's cloud business is growing but remains well behind the market leaders – what does its future look like? And we look at the benefits of AIOps for storage. Read the issue now.
In this white paper, uncover the gold mine that lies within behavioral data, identify the specific nuggets to mine, and learn how to leverage behavior data to increase marketing returns at every stage of the customer life cycle, both online and offline.
As our economy struggles to regain its footing, online fraud is more prevalent than ever. In this E-Book, experts reveal a model for common fraud and present tips on easing fraud pains. Also, find out how financial fraud affects consumer bank behavior. Read on to learn more.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how AI and data science are supporting the global push to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. We reveal, and talk to, the man behind the world's first computer virus pandemic, the Love Bug. And we examine how the IT services market will change as a result of the current crisis. Read the issue now.
In 2000, Discount Tire Company decided to bring management of its e-commerce infrastructure in-house after having outsourced it for several years. Learn how they turned to the rock-solid reliability of Red Hat's Enterprise Linux platform to handle the task of supporting their new e-commerce environment.
This white paper addresses the lifecycle of a phishing attack and how different entities--including third-party take down services and law enforcement--are involved in the process of disabling phishing sites.