The Netherlands has for years attracted datacentre investment and has seen major construction projects. Amsterdam alone has 33 datacentres within a radius of 20km. So when the local authority in Amsterdam and Haarlemmermeer called an immediate halt to datacentre construction, it was a shock.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit the new campus of Chinese networking supplier Huawei, to find out what the firm thinks of the controversy raging about the security of its products. Our latest buyer's guide examines storage optimisation technologies. And we look at the latest developments for technology in schools. 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.
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.
Thanks to an app developed in Sweden, drones can get life-saving equipment to heart-attack victims before emergency services can arrive on the scene, potentially increasing patient survival rates. Also in this issue, read about a Swedish bank's time-saving robots.
In this week's Computer Weekly, did the UK's defence and security review really suggest a nuclear response to a cyber attack? Data visualisation has been widely used to explain the Covid-19 pandemic, but not always that effectively. And jewellery retailer Pandora explains how it kept the personal touch as customers went online. Read the issue now.
As cloud UC services emerged, vendors touted cost savings as a key driver, but Nemertes Research results did not align, as average operational costs for cloud services were more costly. That is, until this year for companies with rollouts of fewer than 1,000 licenses. In this e-guide, learn why operational costs are starting to decline.
Artificial intelligence in ITSM is the way of the future. Dive into this comprehensive buyer's guide to discover if you have the right conditions in place to introduce this multifaceted technology, and learn guidelines to help you choose the most suitable suite of products.
Of all the recent developments in the IT operations sphere, automated root cause analysis is one that has many enterprises salivating. But despite the obvious interest around AIOps, many IT monitoring vendors are hesitant about jumping on the bandwagon. Keep reading to hear what you could stand to gain from AIOps.