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.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Mastercard about how the credit card giant is using new technologies to take digital payments into a new era. After months of unprecedented uncertainty, we ask CIOs how they are planning for the next 12 months. And we examine how the growth in remote working will affect IT salaries. Read the issue now.
The cyber security of personal investors who use UK investment platforms to manage their pensions or savings is not well understood and not often discussed. In this Royal Holloway security article, we identify the principal cyber threats to investors' assets on UK investment platforms and what can be done to prevent or mitigate these threats.
In this week's Computer Weekly, after a landmark legal victory against the Post Office over a faulty IT system, campaigner Alan Bates shares his 20-year story of trials and triumph. Oracle is under fire over its cloud sales practices – we examine the claims. And we look at the sustainability challenges for datacentres.
We analysed 426 log files provided by the Philippines' Commission on Elections to objectively recreate what transpired during the 2016 elections. These log files were used to gauge the integrity of the Philippine AES using an AES Trust Model developed by this research.
Read in this e-guide how Nordic banks are working together to make cross border payments in the region seamless. Also find out how Nordic banks are offering customers the opportunity to make payments via wearable devices and how the region's successful mobile payments platform, MobilePay, is futureproofing its business.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the minefield around datacentre planning permission across the UK, after government blocked a major development next to the M25. The metaverse is making inroads into the industrial world – is this the real future for the technology? And we analyse the trends changing the app market. Read the issue now.
CRM has a long lineage in enterprise software, starting with salesforce automation in the 1990s, Siebel being a big player back in the mists of time. These days, engaging with customers through every conceivable channel, and doing so by way of the cloud are the novelties of CRM.
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.