In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly, we look at the key trends and technologies that will be on IT leaders’ agenda in 2012. Our first Buyer’s Guide of the year examines how IT consumerisation will affect business technology; and Home Office IT director Denise McDonagh tells us why government IT isn’t working. Download the new issue now.
Learn how the strategies for consolidating Exchange and Active Directory outlined in this webcast can help you choose the right strategy for your organization, and how combining tools and processes can ensure a successful consolidation project.
Read how SEEBURGER's B2B Gateway and SAP Connector reduced time to market and development costs for both the ConAgra IT integration and subsequent projects through its ability to eliminate hard coding within SAP as well as handle B2B and EAI design.
In this on-demand video case study, learn how the right technology partner enabled grocery store retailer TOPS Markets to seamlessly migrate its IT infrastructure during the busy retail season. Tune in to learn more now.
Mergers are very difficult to do well. In a merger, the technology that can be more easily spread across the new entity is likely the one to survive. The expert in this video focuses on the importance of selecting systems that are flexible, modular and have required infrastructure to anticipate change and growth during a merger or acquisition.
After surveying near 500 European IT sector professionals, the jury is out on what companies across the continent will be spending on in 2021. We dive into what spend will be easier to justify, if budgets for IT companies are on the rise or fall and what the 2021 project rankings are for most in the new year.
Fewer than 10% of CIOs identified themselves and their companies as being advanced in the journey to incorporate technology into their digital business strategies, Deloitte's 2018 CIO survey reveals in the UK edition of its 2018 global CIO survey, Manifesting Legacy: Looking Beyond the Digtal Era.
In this e-guide: Computer Weekly has announced the 11th annual UKtech50, our definitive list of the movers and shakers in UK technology – the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving the role of technology in the UK economy.