In this week's Computer Weekly, AI-generated disinformation and misinformation will be the top risks for businesses, governments and the public over the next two years, according to the WEF. Intel's CTO discusses the chip maker's plans for the European market. And we examine the dearth of digital skills among elected officials. Read the issue now.
A centralized computing strategy can keep your organization from realizing the value of big data. In this expert e-guide, learn how embracing a more distributed architecture can solve traditional scalability problems and lead to big data success. Also inside, discover the value of NoSQL options.
Requirements engineering is about more than just analyzing documenting requirements. It is an important and multifaceted part of systems engineering that broadens the product development process. Companies that successfully introduce a new requirements engineering process don't just change their process and technology; they change their thinking.
This eGuide will tune you in to the challenges of cybersecurity information sharing, why it's needed more than ever, and what can be done to keep everyone properly informed and protected. Topics covered include today's sharing initiatives, the importance of baseline cybersecurity practices, the rules governing cybersecurity information, and more.
This document is the second in a series of white papers that will explore the problem of missing font information in PDFs. Since its inception, the PDF has revolutionized the way individuals and businesses communicate and exchange information. The promise to maintain informational integrity and display content consistently across many platforms.
With the ever increasing compliance regulations in terms of E-mail archiving, It becomes clear that E-mail archiving is an information governance imperative. This paper presents the 3 technical challenges which should be understood when evaluating email archiving solutions