In this week's Computer Weekly, a tech expert is set to earn millions after successfully blowing the whistle on vulnerabilities in Cisco's video surveillance software. Our latest buyer's guide examines the issues around big data architecture. And we look at how the end of Windows 7 could spark a new era for desktop productivity. Read the issue now.
With canal bridges, healthcare products, bicycles, ship components, buildings and even prosthetic body parts already in the scope of 3D printing, it's facinating to imagine how far the technology can go. Printing spaceships is no longer a fantasy. Read the issue now.
Organisations are investing in digital technologies, including artificial intelligence, blockchain and augmented reality, but executives fear they lack skills to implement a digital strategy, Deloitte's Digital Disruption Index reveals.
In this week's Computer Weekly, two years after the Kalifa report laid out a roadmap for continued fintech sector growth, UK entrepreneurs and startups are worried about the lack of progress. We look at the top tech trends in retail and find out which companies are leading the way. And we examine six ways to slash IT emissions. Read the issue now.
After years of trying various technologies, such as smartphones, Smith Ready Mix sought a new communications solution that would consolidate their needs into one ultra-reliable and rugged system. In this case study, learn why Smith Ready Mix decided to implement Motorola Solutions WAVE Two-Way Radio TLK 100.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the role of green tech in helping businesses contribute to the government's 2050 net-zero targets. We also talk to Spotify about the importance of open source for the music streaming service and how hybrid working is evolving as the post-pandemic workplace continues to change. Read the issue now.
Tech startups, investors, major suppliers and even leading-edge companies are already placing a bet on the future of quantum computing. In this e-guide, we hear from experts in the tech sector, business consultancies and international corporations as they examine the potential of quantum computing.
In this issue, read about how the Covid-19 pandemic has allowed for managed services players to show their worth, and discover how the use of collaborative tools has made businesses consider how to make conference calls more engaging