In this week's Computer Weekly, on the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings we look at the influence Apollo 11 had on modern hardware and software. Our latest buyer's guide examines data protection. And we find out how retailers with physical stores are using technology to respond to the rise of online shopping. Read the issue now.
The Middle East is accelerating its take-up of digital healthcare technologies following lessons learned during the Covid-19 pandemic, with regional government turning to technology to track disease trends and monitor treatment.
In this week's Computer Weekly, with organisations increasingly turning to low-code/no-code tools to enable "citizen developers" among staff – we look at whether this can help to ease software developer skills shortages. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the UK government's sudden decision to close schools left many unable to provide children with online schooling - we examine the home learning challenges. Cyber security experts give us their forecasts for 2021. And we find out how technology supports the work of the Guide Dogs charity. Read the issue now.
One of the lessons the Covid-19 pandemic has taught governments across the world is that education providers can still teach when their premises are inaccessible. Read how organisations in the Gulf region's education sector have been quick to adopt the latest education technology, known as edtech, to help in this endeavour.
In this month's CW EMEA, we look at how schools in Germany have stopped using Microsoft Office 365 over lack of clarity over how data is collected, shared and used. We also delve into how former UK spy boss Richard Dearlove leaked names of MI6 secret agent recruiters in China to back an aggressive right-wing US campaign against tech company Huawei.
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In April, the Philippines suffered its worst-ever government data breach, when personal information, including fingerprint data and passport information, belonging to around 70 million people, were compromised.
This paper describes how new virtual learning options from the SAP® Education organization fulfill the requirements of many companies and consultants. Continue reading to learn how they reduce training investments, meet various needs, and offer a flexible learning approach.
The operations division in a large multibillion-dollar service company had significant challenges training its franchisees to overcome these challenges the company purchased and installed the SyberWorks Training Center with a 250-seat license.