In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Chancellor of the Exchequer about his plans to support innovation and growth in the UK tech sector. Composable IT is the latest trend in building software to support business change. And Halfords built its own service management software – and now is selling it to other retailers. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, 13 years after Computer Weekly first reported on flaws in the Post Office IT system, a public inquiry finally allows victims to reveal the devastating impact on their lives. Enterprises are starting to evaluate the uses of 5G. And we look at how SMEs have turned to e-commerce after the pandemic. Read the issue now.
A discussion about strategies for Windows 10 really boils down to the organisation's desktop IT strategy. Windows PCs account for the bulk of the personal computing market and the Windows client remains the dominant target platform for developers of client-side applications. In this e-guide, we look at the evolution of desktop IT.
Heineken's data management director has revealed some of the ways the company is using information technology to transform digitally. Also read how a PhD student in the Netherlands is detecting hidden messages on the internet by exploring the practice of steganography.
In this week's Computer Weekly, did the UK's defence and security review really suggest a nuclear response to a cyber attack? Data visualisation has been widely used to explain the Covid-19 pandemic, but not always that effectively. And jewellery retailer Pandora explains how it kept the personal touch as customers went online. Read the issue now.
Unified communications technologies keep evolving as new applications emerge in response to changing work styles. Learn about one of those applications in this expert guide, and explore the evolution of UC and how it got to where it is today.
Of all the recent developments in the IT operations sphere, automated root cause analysis is one that has many enterprises salivating. But despite the obvious interest around AIOps, many IT monitoring vendors are hesitant about jumping on the bandwagon. Keep reading to hear what you could stand to gain from AIOps.
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.
FSA was coming out of a contract with their communications provider. They had an increasing need to accommodate remote users and wanted to consider Cloud Services, Networks and Data Centers, user devices and the replacement of their existing video conferencing. Download this case study to see why they decided to implement ANTENNA.