In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Rolls-Royce about using AI, sensors and data analytics to build intelligent aircraft engines. Our latest buyer's guide examines the next generation of desktop IT. And we ask whether a court ruling in Chile could lead to a worldwide change in Oracle's software licensing practices. Read the issue now.
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.
The National Museum of Computing has again been looking into Computer Weekly's 50 years of magazine issues for another selection of articles highlighting significant news published in the month of July over the past five decades.
Digital communications technology is the foundation for any digital transformation strategy. However, unfortunately, there is a significant gap between the ideal of high-functioning digital communications and the actual performance of many companies today. Download this IDC report to learn more.
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.
Collaboration is evolving at an unprecedented pace. What used to be an ad-hoc practice is now ubiquitous in our remote working world, and it is important to develop practical strategies to make the most of collaborative tools. Dive into this guide to learn how to do so, which includes 3 pillars of successful collaboration in the workplace.
As more telemedicine systems flood the market, providers should be aware of the key factors that make some products more suited to their organizations. Access this e-guide for the 5 areas by which you should judge potential telemedicine products to ensure you deploy the best tool.
In this software age, is there any role left for hardware? In our three-part guide, our experts' response is a resounding, "yes." Read now to learn why hardware is still an essential networking choice in terms of scale, reliability, and performance.