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 examine how datacentres and their workers became part of our critical national infrastructure due to the pandemic. Firms considering upgrading to SAP S/4 Hana face hefty bills – we look at how to keep costs down. And we analyse the increasing rate of applications being migrated to the cloud. Read the issue now.
Sustainability is now seen as a necessity for business to have on their agenda, so read about how the channel is turning green to capture customer attention. Also discover how the pandemic has changed sales forever and boosted the importance of relationships, as well as learn about how to handle currency fluctuations, rises and inflation.
The battle for the right IT staff to transform businesses is changing and recruiters and job-seekers need to be clued up. In this issue, a Belgium-based recruiter gives the lowdown on tech job-seeking. Also read why Dutch beer brewer Heineken has replaced more than 60 different HR systems with SAP SuccessFactors as its central HR system.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how the UK's power networks need to be digital transformed to be ready for renewable energy – and the role of open source. Wi-Fi 6 was meant to give a boost to wireless connectivity – we examine why adoption has stalled. And we look at what a quantum datacentre might be like. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how the world's largest shipping company, Maersk, is steering a course to public cloud. We analyse SAP's latest attempts to ease customers' software licensing concerns. And we hear how one London borough, Hackney, is taking a lead in transforming digital government across the capital. Read the issue now.
With countries the world over reeling from the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, which has meant sweeping changes both economically and socially, Computer Weekly looks at how firms in the Asia-Pacific region have adapted to what has so quickly become the new normal.
In this white paper, learn how 4net Technology is helping to address the shortcomings of drones with a Mobile Drone Kit that utilizes Avaya Equinox, a powerful gateway for calling messaging, conferencing and collaboration.
The Prime Minister's Office (PMO) had already made a significant investment in an Avaya platform for the strategic vision to lower the cost of IT investment through shared services. Read on to learn how they turned to 4net to extend the portfolio to provide unified communications for the PMO.