In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how the city-state of Singapore is investing in skills and technology to become a leading digital nation. We examine how to prevent legacy IT becoming a hindrance to digital transformation. And we look at the impact of controversial new tax rules on the UK's IT contractor community. Read the issue now.
This presentation transcript will review of some of the recent technology enhancements for high performance computing, on the hardware side, and also how this technology could be leveraged in a hybrid compute environment, specifically targeted for computer-aided engineering, or CAE.
Support for the CASE tool Pacbase will end in 2015, meaning your Pacbase-dependent business functions are at risk. In this resource, uncover new challenges that emerge as Pacbase support ends, and weigh your survival options in the post-Pacbase world.
With the news of Pacbase's 2015 retirement, many organizations must find an alternative application strategy. This resource outlines your options in the post-Pacbase world, and offers advice and recommendations for realizing continued application success.
In order to to develop the best car, optimize the performance on race-weekend and evolve faster than their competitors, the BTW Alpine F1 Team needed a way to maximize the potential of their data. Access this case study to learn why the BWT Alpine F1 Team turned to KX to extract more value from their data in a very fast way.
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.
At the Computer Weekly diversity in tech event, experts proposed a 15-point plan to improve diversity and inclusion across the industry. Suggestions focused on getting people into the sector and keeping them there. Download the full report here.
In this issue of CW EMEA, the CIO at Kyiv City Council explains how its IT team has kept services running for residents amid relentless bombing by Russia. We also look at the Netherlands’ plans to regulate AI to reduce bias, how highly accurate time protocols ensure fair trading, and the use of tech in agriculture in Denmark. Read the issue now.