IBM surveyed more than 30,000 consumers in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Brazil, India and China for this report on shopping preferences. Read this report to learn why technology makes consumers smarter, more connected and more certain about what they want.
Will software licensing continue to be a battleground for suppliers and users, or can new, mature relationships between the two sides be forged in the digital crucible of contemporary on-demand, pay as you go software?
In this week's Computer Weekly, the cyber security of banks is under scrutiny after an attack on Tesco Bank leads to millions lost in fraudulent transactions. Our latest buyer's guide, on server operating systems, looks at Windows Server 2016. And Coca-Cola explains how a move to the cloud is helping to motivate staff. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we assess the risks from Log4Shell, a new web software vulnerability described as "catastrophic". We look at SASE – secure access service edge – which is set to be one of the networking priorities for 2022. And some victims of the Post Office IT scandal are still waiting for proper compensation. Read the issue now.
Companies that leverage data to optimise business processes will not only survive, but thrive during market downturns, and dominate the industry on the next upswing, this report from Quorum argues.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about how the firm wants to use cloud, machine learning and innovative datacentre technologies to open up access to information. Our new buyer's guide looks at network function virtualisation. And we examine the role of blockchain in cloud data security. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the digital chief at Audi UK discusses how the car maker is tackling the slump in new car sales. One of the largest global malware botnets has been taken down, but how much of a blow will it be for cyber criminals? And we hear how one county council made huge savings on its SAP installation. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the Post Office IT scandal inquiry continues to reveal shocking details – we review the latest evidence. We examine progress of the roll-out of fast broadband across the UK. And as the Online Safety Bill returns to Parliament, we look at the arguments about how to keep the internet safe. Read the issue now.
IT leaders are used to doing more with less, but the pandemic has forced many organisations to reassess whether the way processes have always been run, is optimal. With people having to work from home, many organisations have needed to automate previous manual tasks, in order to remain operational.