In this week's Computer Weekly, millions of people have difficulties when using websites – we find out how Boots is making its e-commerce offering fully accessible. Our new buyer's guide examines communications as a service. And we talk to Trainline's CTO about how the rail app provider survived and thrived post-pandemic. Read the issue now.
In this article, find out how virtual service agents can (quite literally) provide a more intuitive approach to IT self-service – ultimately reducing hands-on time required by actual IT team members and offloading support responsibilities onto AI.
The growing momentum around 5G has spurred the rise of edge computing applications designed to crunch and process data at the edge of the network. In this e-guide, read more about edge computing developments in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the pros and cons of adding edge computing to a cloud architecture
There's a lot of AI-infused, automation-heavy IT service tools available on today's market – but choosing practically is key. Find step-by-step outlines for planning artificial intelligence and automation strategies that not only give your IT teams the tools to succeed, but is sustainable well into the future.
In this case study, discover more about how Atlas Schindler revamped their legacy service desk platform to better support not only customers, but their own users as well. Plus, find out how they implemented process automation, virtual agents, and more cutting edge IT technologies.
In this infographic, we take a look at what IT departments are investing in, how IT departments will evolve over the next 12 months and which sectors will see the biggest budget increases. Survey results taken from the 2019 IT Priorities survey carried out by ComputerWeekly.com, ComputerWeekly.de and LeMagIT.fr.
Thanks to an app developed in Sweden, drones can get life-saving equipment to heart-attack victims before emergency services can arrive on the scene, potentially increasing patient survival rates. Also in this issue, read about a Swedish bank's time-saving robots.