Building a small office network means starting with a foundation of switches and routers. The following guide will help you understand the difference between switches and routers and develop a clear vision for what your network foundation needs.
The better the working conditions of a software developer, the better the results. In this 15-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how to improve productivity, the tools required to build success and the value of in-house expertise.
In this e-guide: Computer Weekly has announced the 11th annual UKtech50, our definitive list of the movers and shakers in UK technology – the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving the role of technology in the UK economy.
Imperial College London is embarking on a three-year project with an Abu Dhabi-based group of researchers to find ways for datacentre operators and cloud providers to secure their infrastructure. Also read how Dubai is positioning itself to reap the benefits of a promising global market for drone technology.
In this week's Computer Weekly, Windows is still the most-used operating system in enterprises – we look at where Microsoft aims to take it next. We examine some of the key questions for CIOs for their 2021 IT strategy. And we analyse the best practice in preventing distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Read the issue now.
After years of trying various technologies, such as smartphones, Smith Ready Mix sought a new communications solution that would consolidate their needs into one ultra-reliable and rugged system. In this case study, learn why Smith Ready Mix decided to implement Motorola Solutions WAVE Two-Way Radio TLK 100.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out about the digital transformation at Guinness World Records – dedication, that's what you need. We examine the new space race – to launch low-orbit, low-cost communications satellites. And we look at the role of technology in sustainability strategies. Read the issue now.
Software robots are being used by more than 20 local authorities in Sweden to carry out repetitive tasks previously done manually, such as document and data checks, freeing up social workers to make life-changing decisions for the needy.