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.
This guide is designed to provide IT leaders with some insight into how their peers are addressing current problems through the use of cloud and colocation, and shine a light on how the analyst community sees the role of the datacentre changing over time.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal the 50 most influential people in UK IT for 2022, and talk to the winner of the 12th annual UKtech50, National Cyber Security Centre CEO Lindy Cameron. Also, we take an in-depth look at the crisis in chip supply and what's needed to solve it. Read the issue now.
In this brief on-demand webcast, you will examine the difference between VA and watts, and what this difference means in terms of data center power management. Tune in now to discover why this distinction is critical in helping you correctly size your UPS.
Finding the right VDI client is crucial to delivering virtual desktops users will enjoy working with. This e-guide highlights how HTML5 browsers, thin clients, zero clients, and repurposed PCs are all viable options.
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.
This video explores a leading solution delivering industry standard Linux systems services faster, with higher quality, and more economically than others. Learn how it combines a leading hardware, Linux software, and domain expertise of different industries resulting in higher quality operations that keep pace with modern business.
This white paper explores the reference architecture for a leading server solution. Learn how this architecture is designed to influence the benefits of virtualizing the underlying infrastructure and address the common problems associated with hardware sprawl.
KFC, the global fast food chain, was upgrading to a new software platform, and they needed to upgrade its existing point-of-sale (POS) equipment that would support the new software regulations. In this brief case study, find out which POS system KFC ultimately chose, and discover the benefits they experienced from the hardware upgrade.