In this week's Computer Weekly, the new CEO of the Gov-ernment Digital Service, Tom Read, explains his three-year strategy for improving online public services. EU attempts to regulate AI are under fire – we examine the issues. And we find out how Bupa is turning to the cloud to deliver per-sonalised healthcare. Read the issue now.
The threat of the paperless office is as far away as ever and for now there are plenty of choices for those looking to sell printer technology. This guide will provide an update on some of the recent activities by vendors on the hardware front as well as looking into the managed print service world.
This crucial white paper discusses a printing solution that allows you to easily add wireless direct printing and touch-to-print technology to your printer or MFP, allowing the entire office to print from their mobile devices.
Access this case study of Cancer Treatment Centers of America as they turned to a managed print services (MPS) system to deliver a reliable print infrastructure to support its exemplary patient care.
You have a printer—so why do you need a print service? Discover how HP Simplified Print Services can help your organization increase cost efficiency, drive process transformation and more.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the cost of 3D printing technology falls, the opportunity for innovation for IT leaders is growing. The rise of big data has created a new role – data scientist; we find out what they do. And government COO Stephen Kelly talks about the reform of Whitehall IT. Read the issue now.
As IT teams are faced with managing printing across a hybrid workplace, cloud printing platforms offer a way of tracking, monitoring and securing print in the office and at home. With untrusted devices, such as home printers, posing a threat to IT security, cloud print platforms that support zero-trust environments should be deployed.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as HP splits into two companies, we find out how HP Inc is staking its future on 3D printers and reinventing the PC market. We ask if OpenStack, the open source private cloud software, is ready for mainstream adoption. And we meet some of the Silicon Valley startups hoping to disrupt corporate IT. Read the issue now.