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Computer Weekly - 26 April 2022: The latest salary trends for IT professionals
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EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, the results of our annual salary survey show pay returning to pre-pandemic levels and work-life balance a growing consideration. As sustainability becomes a critical issue, we look at how datacentres can meet emissions targets. And we find out how IT leaders can help protect children online. Read the issue now.
Posted: 22 Apr 2022 | Published: 26 Apr 2022

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Computer Weekly - 7 July 2020: The privacy challenges of easing lockdown
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RESEARCH CONTENT: In this week's Computer Weekly, as pubs in the UK re-open after lockdown, we examine the privacy issues around collecting customer data for contact tracing. We look at how interconnected devices are revolutionising the manufacturing and engineering sectors. And we assess GDPR progress two years after its introduction. Read the issue now.
Posted: 08 Feb 2021 | Published: 07 Jul 2020

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CW Nordics - May-July 2021: Denmark takes a top-down approach to gender equality in tech entrepreneurship
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EZINE: Tech Nordic Advocates has adopted a new approach to closing the gender gap in Danish technology startups, looking to emulate Canada's top-down approach.
Posted: 17 May 2021 | Published: 27 May 2021

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Chapter 13: IT Troubleshooting
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BOOK: Download this sample chapter from ITF+ CompTIA IT Fundamentals to learn how to approach IT problems using a standard troubleshooting method, how to troubleshoot common computer problems and more.
Posted: 12 Jan 2021 | Published: 12 Jan 2021

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CW Benelux: Dutch banks fight money laundering
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EGUIDE: Dutch banks have decided to work together in the fight against money laundering. Globally, only about 3% of money laundering activity is detected and stopped.
Posted: 28 Aug 2020 | Published: 28 Aug 2020

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UKI 2022 Salary Survey Results
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EBOOK: In this e-guide: We take a look at our 2022 Salary Survey results from over 250 respondents who work in the UKI IT sector. We will be breaking down which job functions get paid what, what areas of IT companies will be investing in in 2022 and the current diversity landscape residing in the UK tech sector.
Posted: 03 May 2022 | Published: 03 May 2022

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2021 ASEAN Salary Survey - Salary Infographic
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EGUIDE: Dive into the 2021 Salary Survey results from over 300 respondents who work in the ASEAN IT sector. This useful infographic will give you a snapshot of which job functions get paid what, what IT professionals are thinking in terms of career and their salary expectations for the next 12 months.
Posted: 06 Apr 2021 | Published: 07 Apr 2021

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Computer Weekly - 25 May 2021: Making data an asset, not a threat
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EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the latest developments in the UK government's National Data Strategy and what it means for the economy. Our latest buyer's guide explains the emerging technologies around computational storage. And we look at the advances in customer experience management during the pandemic. Read the issue now.
Posted: 24 May 2021 | Published: 25 May 2021

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2022 UKI Salary Survey - Diversity Infographic
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EBOOK: We take a look at our 2022 Salary Survey results from respondents who work in the UKI IT sector. In this exclusive  Infographic, we will be breaking down the current diversity landscape residing in the UK tech sector.
Posted: 11 May 2022 | Published: 11 May 2022

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CW Benelux - August-October 2021: Netherlands sees increase in the number of women opting for an ICT career
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EZINE: The IT skills gap in the Netherlands could be about to narrow as more women take up jobs in the sector. Figures from last year revealed that the number of female ICT professionals grew by 6.5%, while the number of male ICT professionals increased by only 1.7%. Read more about it in this issue.
Posted: 29 Jul 2021 | Published: 12 Aug 2021

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