Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has rapidly evolved as different forms of content have been introduced to the work environment. In this guide, find out how ECM works, why it is so important, the key components and benefits, and what to look for when choosing ECM software.
This PDF download contains source documents showing how the UK approved export licences to Gamma International UK to supply sophisticated mobile phone surveillance equipment, known as IMSI catchers, to the Republic of Macedonia.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as the Information Commissioner calls on police forces to slow down the introduction of facial recognition, we examine the issues. We look at what the use of DevOps methods means for storage strategy. And we talk to Microsoft's global cyber security chief. Read the issue now.
In this infographic, we shine a light on our 2019 IT Priorities survey results. Discover what IT departments are investing in and how much budgets are increasing by. Taken from a study of 151 respondents from across Middle East.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the BBC faces in-depth scrutiny over its digital plans – we take a look at progress. Do you need to keep data forever? We examine the technologies behind infinite storage. And we find out about the digital transformation challenges in vehicle dealerships. Read the issue now.
Most developers write their own code, but also integrate third-party components into their application to save time and effort. This paper explains some strategies that will help to secure applications from vulnerable open source components.
Use this e-guide as your hybrid cloud management tool evaluation kit. Inside, you will find 3 primary decisions to make with every tool you see, as well as a list of criteria for those tools that catch your eye.
This expert handbook takes a look at how low-code development platforms are becoming more prevalent in organizations looking to expand their web and mobile development options. Learn why low-code/no-code with drag-and-drop visual capabilities should be a welcome alternative for software developers and a simplified method for non-developers.