Security remains a major concern for customers and a continuing area of growth for the channel – so what can managed service providers do to help out? Also read about expectations for the last quarter of 2022 and how partnerships are key to digital transformation.
In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide examines the key role that container technology will play in post-pandemic IT architectures. The UK government is under fire for its opaque approach to gigabit broadband strategy. And we assess the storage options for the growing volumes of unstructured data. Read the issue now.
Over the last two years, businesses and employees saw their workspace change forever with the rise of hybrid and remote work. All of a sudden, data privacy became a top priority for enterprises all over the world. As attention continues to build, here are four data privacy predictions for 2022 and beyond.
What is B2B intent data and how can it help your organization? Inside, get a crash course on B2B intent data. Learn how B2B intent data can help your organization glean actionable insights, and uncover top intent use cases today.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how Lush has modernised authentication, governed by a desire to care for customer data. We talk to Nasa's CDO about data as a strategic asset. And we foreground a call for the government and the Post Office to compensate Horizon victims without delay. Read the issue now.
Data classification is an essential pre-requisite to data protection, security and compliance. Firms need to know where their data is and the types of data they hold. In this article, learn more about how these tools can help keep your data tidy and which suppliers offer the best options in the market.
In this handbook, focused on data management in the Asia-Pacific region, Computer Weekly looks at best practices, Alibaba’s use of databases, the role of artificial intelligence in handling information and data trends to look out for
In this week's Computer Weekly, we analyse the technology industry's failure to extirpate forced labour and slavery from its supply chains. We find out how cyber security firm Okta is rebuilding customer trust after a major security incident. And we discover how Caterpillar is modernising its data management. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the FIFA World Cup opens in Qatar, we examine the cyber security threats from criminals targeting the event. We report from the Gartner Symposium on the latest predictions for enterprise software development. And we talk to the CIO of Kyiv City Council about managing IT in the shadow of war. Read the issue now.