The National Museum of Computing has again been looking into Computer Weekly's 50 years of magazine issues for another selection of articles highlighting significant news published in the month of July over the past five decades.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we assess the risks from Log4Shell, a new web software vulnerability described as "catastrophic". We look at SASE – secure access service edge – which is set to be one of the networking priorities for 2022. And some victims of the Post Office IT scandal are still waiting for proper compensation. Read the issue now.
Take a look at this edition of ComputerWeekly to learn more Uber, Volkswagen, and other companies that have experience with software ethics issues, how they've dealt with them, and what the consequences have been.
It's been 50 years since Computer Weekly's launch on 22 September 1966. To mark this achievement, we have compiled a special edition of the magazine to reflect on how much the British technology industry has contributed over that time.
Before implementing Enterprise Content Management, it's important for organizations to develop an ECM roadmap or strategy to identify the top priorities and get clarity on the necessary procedures and technologies it entails. This infographic outlines the steps to successfully implement an ECM system.
Traditional disks can no longer keep up with the needs of modern enterprises. In this issue of CW ASEAN, we take a look at how enterprises are taking to all-flash array storage, and what they need to do to lay the foundation necessary for getting the most out of the technology. Read the issue now.
Software as a service has seen a rapid increase in deployment since the pandemic. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the implications of its vast market, the issues it can cause through IT complexity and how to deal with SaaS governance.