In this week's Computer Weekly, we speak to Aston Martin Formula One's Clare Lansley to find out how digital transformation helps the team to move further up the F1 grid. We explore how automation and AI is helping businesses tackle rising costs and also look into the maturity of Industry 4.0 initiatives. Read the issue now.
Thirty-five percent of consumers say they would never use a mobile app again if it contained incorrect product data. This brief resource explores how the global standards body GS1 established the Global Data Synchronization Network (GDSN) as a means of combatting outdated, inconsistent product information.
Requirements engineering is about more than just analyzing documenting requirements. It is an important and multifaceted part of systems engineering that broadens the product development process. Companies that successfully introduce a new requirements engineering process don't just change their process and technology; they change their thinking.
This paper discusses the current state of copper-based network cabling standards as defined by ISO and TIA. Learn the difference between category 5e, 6, 6A, 7 and 7A and Class D, E, EA, F and FA.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to IT leaders about successful software development, and how they combine the best of agile and waterfall methods. Drugs giant AstraZeneca talks about how it changed its outsourcing approach to eliminate past mistakes. And we look at a new social media bank that is shaking up the sector. Read the issue now.
This expert e-guide explores the top factors driving the adoption of OpenFlow and software-defined networking (SDN) technology in the campus network, as well as the benefits you can realize with this strategy – including improved security, effective BYOD management, and more.
With available IP addresses disappearing, the standard that supports most network traffic is coming to the end of its useful life. Listen to this podcast to learn how IPv6 provides both the space and security for your network servers.