Faced with international sanctions and the departure of many global IT suppliers from Russia, companies there are seeking alternative, and sometimes illegal, routes to access IT products. Also read how new requirements are driving scientists and engineers in Europe back to the lab to start developing 6G technology.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal our annual UKtech50 list of the most influential people in UK IT. We talk to this year's winner, HM Revenue & Customs CIO Jacky Wright about the challenges of government IT during Brexit. And we also examine the issues around upgrading SAP's ERP system to S/4 Hana. Read the issue now.
It's hardly surprising that the Netherlands is pioneering smart cities. The tech-savvy nation is already planning to have a digital port in Rotterdam with automated ships. Now, according to one Dutch academic, "almost every Dutch municipality is doing something with smart technology".
In this infographic, we take a look at the impact of the pandemic on IT purchasing in the UKI region and analyse the best marketing and sales approaches for engaging prospect to accelerate the buy cycle.
Research from Computer Weekly has revealed that across Europe, there appears to be no consensus on where IT budgets will be spent over the next year. But what is clear is that total budgets are expected to rise. But where will the money go?
Download this E-Guide to learn about today’s service desk evolutions in-depth, including what factors distinguish help desks from services desks, and how to start assembling a service catalog of your own.
Jump into this E-Guide to learn how AIOps – the collective term for AI-infused IT automation technology – can impact IT operations from the ground up, and what developments took place over the course of 2019.