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.
The construction of datacentres in the Netherlands' Amsterdam region has accelerated at such a pace that their demands for electricity are causing concern, prompting city authorities and datacentre operator to open a dialogue about sustainable datacentre industry expansion.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we announce our annual list of the 50 most influential women in UK technology. Meet the winner, Debbie Forster, CEO of Tech Talent Charter, and find out who are this year's five rising stars. Also, our latest buyer's guide looks at the latest developments in robotic process automation. Read the issue now.
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.
In what seems like the blink of an eye, Microsoft Teams has become the go-to for voice, video and collaboration in the enterprise. In this infographic, uncover a breakdown of that trajectory.
Read about Luxembourg's aim to play a larger role in the rapidly growing global financial technology market. Also find out how a Siri-like digital assistant will automate the completion of government service requests in Estonia.
In today's comms world, and especially with regard to hybrid working, a communications identity has now become a unified calling and collaboration endpoint, one which is part of a suite of business services spanning voice, security and network-as-a-service solutions to power the mobile workforce.
In this e-guide: Computer Weekly has announced the 11th annual UKtech50, our definitive list of the movers and shakers in UK technology – the CIOs, industry executives, public servants and business leaders driving the role of technology in the UK economy.