In this week's Computer Weekly, with high-street retailers struggling to survive, we look at how technology can keep stores relevant. Everyone is focusing on flash storage, but hard disk drives are still an essential part of the IT toolkit. And we examine the latest developments in the ongoing Post Office Horizon IT scandal. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out about the digital transformation at Guinness World Records – dedication, that's what you need. We examine the new space race – to launch low-orbit, low-cost communications satellites. And we look at the role of technology in sustainability strategies. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly we ask why the UK gov-ernment is spending $500m on a bankrupt satellite technolo-gy company. After a European court quashes the EU-US data sharing agreement, we examine the implications for a UK-EU data protection deal after Brexit. And how have small cloud suppliers coped in the pandemic? Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Asda's CIO Carl Dawson about the supermarket's cloud-oriented renovation of its technology stack. We narrate the security woes at Twitter. And we examine best practices for data backup. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the latest space race, as satellite firms compete to provide high-speed connectivity. Is the datacentre sector hindering house building in the UK? We find out what's really going on. And we talk to the IT director of the Mercedes Formula One team about how data helps to win races. Read the issue now.
High-speed internet connectivity has become an essential utility for much of the world's population. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at what makes the industry largely recession-proof, the obstacles 5G's roll-out must overcome and how reductions in satellite costs have boosted space-borne projects and services' popularity.
This paper reviews the best of the newest achievements in VSAT performance and utility and shows how these solutions could become part of the mainstream of corporate network deployment and an integral portion of commercial (and competitive) service provider offerings.
By having access to a centralised geographic information system (GIS), valuable context can be added to an organisation's existing data assets which can be accessed by any mobile worker, including the field force.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to food and drinks giant PepsiCo, about how it works with tech startups to drive growth and digital transformation. Our latest buyer's guide examines the key elements of a composable business. And with all the chatter about ChatGPT, we look at the implications of generative AI. Read the issue now.
Heineken's data management director has revealed some of the ways the company is using information technology to transform digitally. Also read how a PhD student in the Netherlands is detecting hidden messages on the internet by exploring the practice of steganography.