Faxing is a critical component of corporate America. By implementing an Internet fax service, a corporation can cut its monthly costs by 89%. Read this paper for 10 tips to selecting an Internet fax service.
To celebrate Computer Weekly's 50th anniversary, the National Museum of Computing, which holds the print archives of the magazine, has scanned the first issue of Computer Weekly. We have made this available to download.
In this issue, discover how the channel is making sure the human touch is maintained during the pandemic, with insight into how closer bonds can be developed and on how to maintain productivity. Also read about 'hybrid working' is set to shape the future of the workplace
With hybrid working set to become the norm as the world starts to return to a more normal footing post-Covid, we look at how businesses are preparing for the new world of work. Also discover how to tackle the sustainability challenge, and have some key questions answered around handling bottlenecks caused by large volumes of data
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.
We explore some of the minutiae of securing the remote workforce. First, infosec consultant Kevin Beaver, picks over some remote access security risks that have arisen during the pandemic. Then we explore the findings of a recent supplier report, which detailed how remote working burn-out is becoming a factor in increasing security risk.
The rise of flash storage and convergence technologies make it tougher to see storage and servers as separate entities in a software-defined world. Rich Castagna, VP of Editorial at TechTarget, shares why he believes servers and storage have become inextricably linked.
Will physical network gear disappear in the era of software-defined networking and virtualization? Not likely. In this month's issue of Network Evolution, find out why networks still need hardware, and how early adopters are using hardware in their virtual environments.
While the DevOps style of application development requires rapid provisioning, scalable resources, and automated operations to flexibly deliver IT services, most methods can't scale to meet the demands of large data centers or complex distributed apps. Expert Lee Doyle explains how software-defined networking enables network automation.