Branch office solutions based upon converged infrastructure can deliver higher levels of security to ensure data protection and prevent costly, damaging breaches. Read this set of documents to learn more about servers, storage and network resources can be safely shared without inhibiting system response and availability.
The construction of datacentres in the Netherlands' Amsterdam region has accelerated at such a pace that their demands for electricity are causing concern, prompting city authorities and datacentre operator to open a dialogue about sustainable datacentre industry expansion.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the mingling of virtual and physical worlds and find positive applications and worrisome implications from augmented reality. We find out how to run a virtual hackathon during the pandemic – pizza still included. And we look at how to improve performance of your private cloud. Read the issue now.
The way we work is changing with the exponential emergence of new technology. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at the potential of DNA storage, how we can benefit from quantum computing in the future and the role of software in business development.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as developments in generative AI accelerate, Microsoft and Google have each unveiled plans around enterprise applications. Nobody doubts the importance of digital transformation – but experts say it won't work without cultural change as well. Read the issue now.
The European Central Bank has found that banks with the most IT expertise in the boardroom have better control in several IT risk categories, including fewer successful cyber attacks and less downtime of critical IT systems.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the UK government has committed £1bn to the semiconductor sector – but can it ever compete with the US and China? The potential of 5G networking could transform manufacturing – we examine the implications. Read the issue now.
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.
The more systems become remote, the less secure they are. On face value a huge cliché – or truism - but sadly actually true. And sadly, for those running networks, something that is going to be truer – or more clichéd – as remote working continues to proliferate in the new normal of the hybrid mode of working.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the challenges faced by Dublin's datacentre sector, as growth leaves the city's electricity infrastructure creaking. We ask whether recent initiatives to close the UK's digital skills gaps are working. And we examine the latest injustice to hit the Post Office Horizon scandal. Read the issue now.