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Multi-pronged approach to cyber security professional development
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EGUIDE: In this e-guide, we look at why organisations lack basic prevention, detection and response capabilities. Also, while mastering security basics should always be a top priority, the challenges in securing critical infrastructure and the internet of things provide ample opportunity for further professional development.
Posted: 16 Dec 2019 | Published: 16 Dec 2019

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2020 IT Priorities UKI Infographic
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EBOOK: Each year, Computer Weekly asks CIOs and senior IT decision makers what they will be investing in during the 12 months ahead. Access this infographic to find out the key spending priorities for decision makers in the UK and Ireland in 2020.
Posted: 08 Feb 2021 | Published: 06 Apr 2020

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Recap: Splunk.conf 18
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EGUIDE: Download this e-guide for coverage of Splunk.conf 2018, looking into subjects such as security automation, data-driven pre-emptive maintenance and why diversity is so important when developing the technologies of the future.
Posted: 30 Oct 2018 | Published: 30 Oct 2018

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CW Benelux - August-October 2020: Problems with critical security systems at Schiphol Airport
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EZINE: Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam is one of Europe’s main access points, so you might be surprised to read that IT systems such as those controlling the Dutch borders are rarely tested. In this issue, read about a critical report from the Dutch Court of Audit.
Posted: 05 Aug 2020 | Published: 13 Aug 2020

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IT Priorities 2018 - What are UK IT managers spending their budgets on?
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VIDEO: In this video, Computer Weekly's editor-in-chief, Bryan Glick, talks us through the key areas that IT managers in the UK are planning on spending their budgets on. Results and statistics are taken from Computer Weekly's 2018 IT Priorities survey in which over 250 IT decision makers took part.
Posted: 02 May 2018 | Premiered: 02 May 2018

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2022 UKI Salary Survey - Diversity Infographic
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EBOOK: We take a look at our 2022 Salary Survey results from respondents who work in the UKI IT sector. In this exclusive  Infographic, we will be breaking down the current diversity landscape residing in the UK tech sector.
Posted: 11 May 2022 | Published: 11 May 2022

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Computer Weekly – 6 October 2020: The Most Influential Women in UK Technology 2020
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EZINE: In this week's Computer Weekly, we announce our annual list of the Most Influential Women in UK Technology, and talk to this year's winner, Stemettes CEO and diversity campaigner Anne-Marie Imafidon. Meet our five Rising Stars and the latest entrants to our women in tech Hall of Fame. Read the issue now.
Posted: 08 Feb 2021 | Published: 06 Oct 2020

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Windows 10: How the client operating system is evolving
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EGUIDE: A discussion about strategies for Windows 10 really boils down to the organisation's desktop IT strategy. Windows PCs account for the bulk of the personal computing market and the Windows client remains the dominant target platform for developers of client-side applications. In this e-guide, we look at the evolution of desktop IT.
Posted: 26 Nov 2020 | Published: 26 Nov 2020

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The metaverse explained: Everything you need to know
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INFOGRAPHIC: The metaverse is considered to be the next evolution of the internet, and its possibilities are virtually infinite to those who learn how to master this new digital universe. In this infographic, we put together everything you need to know about the metaverse.
Posted: 09 Mar 2022 | Published: 09 Mar 2022

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CW Benelux ezine February 2019
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EZINE: Dutch military intelligence has released a lot of details about the attempt to hack into the networks of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague.
Posted: 31 Jan 2019 | Published: 07 Feb 2019

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