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.
In this week's Computer Weekly, 13 years after Computer Weekly first reported on flaws in the Post Office IT system, a public inquiry finally allows victims to reveal the devastating impact on their lives. Enterprises are starting to evaluate the uses of 5G. And we look at how SMEs have turned to e-commerce after the pandemic. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Merlin Entertainments – operator of Legoland and Alton Towers – about how digital saved the company when Covid shut its theme parks. We find out how data analytics can help to track greenhouse gas emissions. And Southern Water explains how data supports vulnerable customers. Read the issue now.
In this e-guide, we look at Finland and how state investment is being used in a milestone project involving public and private sector organisations to understand the applications of the technology. And we hear how Spanish bank BBVA is examining the complex financial problems that could be solved by quantum computing.
With technology always changing, it can feel like an impossible feat to keep up – we speak to experts about how the channel handles rapid change and the pressure this places on partners to meet customer expectations. Also read about major themes of the market and how the topic of return on investments needs to stretch beyond economics
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.
When looking the way in which the Covid-19 pandemic has changed business life, a number of key areas have come to the fore: SD WAN, SASE and in particular digital transformation are key examples of that. Yet very little of the discourse includes something that is still really at the heart of the vast majority of firms: The local area network (LAN).