In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the implications of the controversial acquisition of UK chip leader Arm by US rival Nvidia. Black Lives Matter has raised awareness of social inequalities, but is the tech sector becoming more diverse? And we ask if business software can learn from the addictive nature of social apps. Read the issue now.
Read this white paper to learn how a New Orleans-based systems integrator relied on Motorola's Canopy® wireless broadband platform to bring better communications and security to New Orleans.
Computer Weekly's CW500 Club heard from IT leaders who have introduced collaboration technology to support an increasingly mobile workforce. This presentation came from Laura Bennett, head of digital collaboration at the Parliamentary Digital Service.
Governments across Australia are working to improve citizen experiences. This paper demonstrates how end-to-end observability of cloud deployments can give agencies the intelligence needed to achieve the Federal Government’s three strategic priorities. Save the paper here for reference as these changes go into place.
Fewer than 10% of CIOs identified themselves and their companies as being advanced in the journey to incorporate technology into their digital business strategies, Deloitte's 2018 CIO survey reveals in the UK edition of its 2018 global CIO survey, Manifesting Legacy: Looking Beyond the Digtal Era.
In this issue, we profile Odeon and UCI Cinemas Group's use of hybrid cloud as part of a digital transformation programme aimed at enhancing customer experience and staving off competition from on-demand streaming. We also look at the summertime game of musical chairs at the Government Digital Service, and at 50 years of business software.
In this week's Computer Weekly, with internet giants like Google, Apple and Facebook offering banking services, Santander is leading the fightback by launching a cloud storage service; but can it win? Our latest buyer's guide looks at cloud-optimised IT. And we examine how the economic trends will affect CIOs this year. Read the issue now.