In this article in our Royal Holloway security series, we examine the mechanisms that have been invented to allow Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6), which replaces IPv4, users to prove their rightful ownership of an address, preventing others from using it falsely, as well as showing some of the ways in which these measures are incomplete.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from early adopters of internet of things technologies about how to deliver on the potential of IoT. We examine strategies for combining hyper-converged infrastructure and cloud storage to best effect. And we find out how the UK government intends to use data to improve Britain's railways. Read the issue now.
The Global Connectivity Index (GCI) 2016 from Huawei measures the progress of 50 nations in investing in and deploying Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to achieve economic digitisation
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at business applications for wearable technology. With hands-free police and military pilot projects already under way, wearable technology is set to make its mark in the enterprise in the near future.
This E-Guide from SearchEnterpriseWAN.com explores the importance of IPv6 and why it should be on every enterprise's short-term to-do list. View now to uncover how this influential protocol will shape your enterprise now and in the future.
This white paper discusses the imperative need for always on SSL, and the steps you can take to deliver end-to-end protection for your users. It also includes detailed accounts of four organizations that are leading the way with always on SSL in a cooperative effort to make the internet more secure.