The National Museum of Computing has trawled the Computer Weekly archives for another selection of articles highlighting significant articles published in the month of June over the past few decades.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at Apple's plan to woo open source developers to its Swift programming language. DevOps practitioners are warning of growing stress on IT operations staff through the growth of continuous development practices. And Specsavers' CIO tells us why the store is a vital part of digital retail. Read the issue now.
In this e-guide: We take a look at our 2022 Salary Survey results from over 300 respondents who work in the ASEAN IT sector. We will be breaking down which job functions get paid what, what areas of IT companies will be investing in 2022 and the current diversity landscape residing in the ASEAN tech sector.
We take a look at our 2022 Salary Survey results from respondents who work in the UKI IT sector. We will be breaking down which job function gets paid what and how much salaries increased during the past year.
In this week's Computer Weekly, two years after the Kalifa report laid out a roadmap for continued fintech sector growth, UK entrepreneurs and startups are worried about the lack of progress. We look at the top tech trends in retail and find out which companies are leading the way. And we examine six ways to slash IT emissions. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the Post Office IT scandal highlighted the problem with computer evidence – we examine the need for legal reform. We assess the nuclear option for sustainable datacentre power. And we find out how IT experts can improve their soft skills and boost their career prospects as a result. Read the issue now.
The results are in for the 2022 Career and Salary Survey. With over 200 respondents who work in the ANZ IT sector, this infographic will give you a snapshot of what was the impact of the pandemic on IT staff, how working arrangements have changed and which topics have become a life priority for those working in tech.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we investigate how technology is being used to tackle human rights abuses worldwide. We offer a step-by-step guide to disaster recovery in the cloud era. And we examine the vital, and successful, role of digital and data in the UK Covid-19 vaccine roll-out. Read the issue now.
A survey shows that people in the United Arab Emirates believe next-generation technologies such as 3D printing and artificial intelligence will become widespread in the country. Also read how the UAE has improved its security posture amid mounting cyber threats.