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Top 10 broadband stories of 2019
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EGUIDE: The European broadband industry in 2019 was a place of huge activity and investment, with one overarching theme – full-fibre roll-out. The fundamental benefit of such networks seemed as crystal clear as the fibres themselves – support for business transformation. Here are Computer Weekly's top 10 networking stories of 2019.
Posted: 24 Dec 2019 | Published: 24 Dec 2019

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Category 7 / Class F Network Cabling: Advancing Speeds and Convergence
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WHITE PAPER: Read this e-book to learn why 50% of surveyed data center execs prefer Category 7/Class F network cabling. See for yourself how this advancement in network cabling can support speeds beyond 10 Gb/s.
Posted: 11 Oct 2006 | Published: 01 Oct 2006

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CW Middle East April-June 2020: Quarter of Middle East businesses have no women in IT
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EZINE: The Middle East faces fierce competition for IT professionals with the right skills, so it is so worrying that the region's women are so underrepresented in the IT community. In fact over quarter of businesses in the Middle East have no women in their IT departments, according to Computer Weekly's Salary Survey.
Posted: 31 Mar 2020 | Published: 09 Apr 2020

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Computer Weekly - 12 April 2022: Disney combines digital, data and creativity for ad opportunities
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EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Disney Advertising Sales about how it is using data to subserve story-telling excellence. We delve into how rising energy costs negatively impacted the the UK arm of Sungard Availability Services. And we look at the role of infrastructure as code in edge datacentres. Read the issue now.
Posted: 08 Apr 2022 | Published: 12 Apr 2022

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Computer Weekly – 3 May 2022: A prescription for digital accessibility at Boots
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EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, millions of people have difficulties when using websites – we find out how Boots is making its e-commerce offering fully accessible. Our new buyer's guide examines communications as a service. And we talk to Trainline's CTO about how the rail app provider survived and thrived post-pandemic. Read the issue now.
Posted: 03 May 2022 | Published: 03 May 2022

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CW Middle East January-March 2020: Digital leads the way at Abu Dhabi oil giant
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EZINE: In this issue of CW Middle East, read how the UAE and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company have recognised that things will change as oil and gas resources dwindle. Digital technology, such as artificial intelligence, has been identified as a key driver for future industries.
Posted: 02 Jan 2020 | Published: 09 Jan 2020

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CW Nordics May-July 2020: Startups face tough decisions as coronavirus fallout hits
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EZINE: Tech startups based in the Nordic region face difficult decisions as the Covid-19 pandemic leads to falling sales and investment.
Posted: 11 May 2020 | Published: 21 May 2020

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CW Benelux - May-July 2019: A new vision for hackers
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EZINE: With canal bridges, healthcare products, bicycles, ship components, buildings and even prosthetic body parts already in the scope of 3D printing, it's facinating to imagine how far the technology can go. Printing spaceships is no longer a fantasy. Read the issue now.
Posted: 03 May 2019 | Published: 03 May 2019

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CW Benelux February-April 2020: Ericsson helps driverless buses hit European streets
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EZINE: Ericsson reveals its plans for new technologies including 5G, the internet of things and automation, including driverless buses.
Posted: 24 Jan 2020 | Published: 13 Feb 2020

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Computer Weekly - 2 June 2020: What will be the IT security priorities of the post-coronavirus world?
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EGUIDE: In this week's Computer Weekly, the working world after the pandemic will be very different – we assess the IT security priorities for the 'new normal'. Facial recognition firms are racing to identify people wearing face masks. And how did Europe's telecoms networks cope with the switch to remote working? Read the issue now.
Posted: 23 Oct 2020 | Published: 23 Oct 2020

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