This paper details a recent survey of North American households currently subscribed to broadband internet access. Read this paper to better understand attitudes and behaviors that will drive the adoption of next-gen broadband applications and serv...
In this issue of CW Middle East, read how the UAE and the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company have recognised that things will change as oil and gas resources dwindle. Digital technology, such as artificial intelligence, has been identified as a key driver for future industries.
Imperial College London is embarking on a three-year project with an Abu Dhabi-based group of researchers to find ways for datacentre operators and cloud providers to secure their infrastructure. Also read how Dubai is positioning itself to reap the benefits of a promising global market for drone technology.
In this week's Computer Weekly, IBM is splitting in two, hiving off its services business to focus on hybrid cloud – we examine what it means for CIOs. Our new buyer's guide looks at how intelligent workload management can cut cloud complexity. And we analyse how getting backup right can help tackle ransomware threats. Read the issue now.
ITSM tools are mostly used by IT service desks and IT service delivery functions. In this Magic Quadrant report, the experts at Gartner identify vendors in the ITSM market to help business leaders align their current and future IT roadmaps.
Self-healing organizations –using AI-driven ITOM to predictively detect issues and resolve them automatically – are a huge, yet unattainable, goal for CIOs. Open up this white paper to learn how to harness AIOps to improve predictability, observability, and real-time decision making to get your organization one step closer to self-healing.
The Netherlands has for years attracted datacentre investment and has seen major construction projects. Amsterdam alone has 33 datacentres within a radius of 20km. So when the local authority in Amsterdam and Haarlemmermeer called an immediate halt to datacentre construction, it was a shock.