In this week's Computer Weekly, the new CEO of the Gov-ernment Digital Service, Tom Read, explains his three-year strategy for improving online public services. EU attempts to regulate AI are under fire – we examine the issues. And we find out how Bupa is turning to the cloud to deliver per-sonalised healthcare. Read the issue now.
The threat of the paperless office is as far away as ever and for now there are plenty of choices for those looking to sell printer technology. This guide will provide an update on some of the recent activities by vendors on the hardware front as well as looking into the managed print service world.
In this e-guide, we discuss the ever-evolving world of print within the digital age. We look at how major print vendors are planning on using the channel to help them grow, how 3D printing is having an impact andwhy cloud-based solutions are increasing.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at Apple's plan to woo open source developers to its Swift programming language. DevOps practitioners are warning of growing stress on IT operations staff through the growth of continuous development practices. And Specsavers' CIO tells us why the store is a vital part of digital retail. Read the issue now.
This exclusive paper discusses a security solution that helps protect your company's confidential information and control printing access by requiring users to authenticate at your imaging and printing devices with your existing proximity cards.
In this e-guide, IT security pro Nick Lewis discusses the evolving security threat posed by embedded systems on standard enterprise networks, including some recent printer security vulnerabilities. Learn about potential mitigations you can put in place, and get bonus tips on keeping data safe in recycled PC components.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as HP splits into two companies, we find out how HP Inc is staking its future on 3D printers and reinventing the PC market. We ask if OpenStack, the open source private cloud software, is ready for mainstream adoption. And we meet some of the Silicon Valley startups hoping to disrupt corporate IT. Read the issue now.