In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit a Tokyo project where artificial intelligence is helping to improve road safety by detecting potential subsidence. As bug bounty programmes become popular, we look at what's involved and the pitfalls to beware. And we discuss digital development in healthcare with NHS England. Read the issue now.
The better the working conditions of a software developer, the better the results. In this 15-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how to improve productivity, the tools required to build success and the value of in-house expertise.
In this month's CW EMEA, we look at how schools in Germany have stopped using Microsoft Office 365 over lack of clarity over how data is collected, shared and used. We also delve into how former UK spy boss Richard Dearlove leaked names of MI6 secret agent recruiters in China to back an aggressive right-wing US campaign against tech company Huawei.
Will software licensing continue to be a battleground for suppliers and users, or can new, mature relationships between the two sides be forged in the digital crucible of contemporary on-demand, pay as you go software?
Before implementing ECM, it's important for organizations to develop an ECM roadmap or strategy to identify the priorities of the ECM implementation and get clarity on the necessary procedures and technologies it entails. This infographic outlines the steps to successfully implement an ECM system.
Download this expert handbook to uncover the motivation of migrating to cloud HCM and find out how the innovation will bring increasing value to your organization. Learn more about SaaS HR for innovations in AI and people analytics, and explore 5 keys to ensuring your new SaaS HR system excels.
The word is out about software-defined data centers, but awareness isn't the same as understanding or acceptance. In this e-guide, Dan Kusnetzky, founder and principal analyst of market research firm Kusnetzky Group LLC, explores the new frontier that is SDDC and prepares you for your potential future.
No one vendor can offer you a complete software-defined data center (SDDC). You have to get parts from multiple vendors and make the SDDC yourself to suit your business needs. Access this e-guide to why you need to make scalability and integration the focus points of your SDDC planning, and how to keep that focus when dealing with multiple vendors.
Software-defined data centers rarely come together in an ideal manner: planning for achievable results is necessary for success. In this e-guide learn why scalability and integration are key to planning your SDDC and what building one customized to your needs will take.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to four top IT leaders to find out how they are supporting their organisations through the coronavirus crisis. We look at the security best practices recommended by experts to ensure safe remote working for staff. And the CISO of Equifax explains why the firm is moving to public cloud. Read the issue now.