Developers are spending too much time adapting mobile applications for specific devices, and not enough time developing apps that could deliver more business value. This paper explains how a Mobile Enterprise Application Platform (MEAP) can provide a sound, sustainable strategy for mobilizing enterprise applications.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the role of green tech in helping businesses contribute to the government's 2050 net-zero targets. We also talk to Spotify about the importance of open source for the music streaming service and how hybrid working is evolving as the post-pandemic workplace continues to change. Read the issue now.
The battle for the right IT staff to transform businesses is changing and recruiters and job-seekers need to be clued up. In this issue, a Belgium-based recruiter gives the lowdown on tech job-seeking. Also read why Dutch beer brewer Heineken has replaced more than 60 different HR systems with SAP SuccessFactors as its central HR system.
In this week's Computer Weekly, after the storms that swept across the UK, we look at the technology behind Weather Source's meteorological data service. Oracle and SAP are battling over customers to upgrade their ERP systems to the cloud. And we report from the world's biggest retail tech show.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Information Commissioner calls on police forces to slow down the introduction of facial recognition, we examine the issues. We look at what the use of DevOps methods means for storage strategy. And we talk to Microsoft's global cyber security chief. Read the issue now.
This expert handbook takes a look at how low-code development platforms are becoming more prevalent in organizations looking to expand their web and mobile development options. Learn why low-code/no-code with drag-and-drop visual capabilities should be a welcome alternative for software developers and a simplified method for non-developers.
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are moving beyond the domain of software development. They offer a way for organisations to work closely with an extended ecosystem of business partners, who are able to build value-added software-powered products and services.
Since the data center infrastructure management (DCIM) market seems nearly limitless, it is important to have an evaluation process to find the software platform that best meets your organization's unique needs. This e-guide discusses the six key evaluation areas necessary to finding the DCIM tool that works best for you.