The organisers of this year's Tour de France worked with technology services company NTT in partnership with Amaury Sport Organisation to provide what they described as an "enhanced experience" for race fans who could not be at the roadside because of Covid restrictions.
In this quarter's CW Europe, we interview Laurence Schirrecker at Eurosport about how the broadcaster is using the latest technologies to improve how cycling enthusiasts can follow races. Computer Weekly caught up with her at the final stage of the Grand Tour cycling event La Vuelta in Madrid.
The Middle East faces fierce competition for IT professionals with the right skills, so it is so worrying that the region's women are so underrepresented in the IT community. In fact over quarter of businesses in the Middle East have no women in their IT departments, according to Computer Weekly's Salary Survey.
With a tolerant professional culture, the UAE is becoming the technological hub of the Middle East, but lacks a strong technological workforce. Access this expert e-zine to see how these Middle Eastern organizations are bringing in new employees, and see what similar tactics your organization could use in your recruitment efforts as well.
The Nordic region, known for its startup companies, is a good platform for fintech companies to set up as consumers are conducive to digital banking services. In this issue, discover how major companies in the financial industry are partnering with startups and launching fintech initiatives and much more.
This year the Gitex event in Dubai had a focus on how technology is disrupting organisations across the Middle East. One of the main themes of discussion was smart cities and with Dubai recognised as a world leader, this was no surprise.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at one of the hottest emerging technologies – software-defined networking – and what it means for IT departments. We visit Iceland, home of the greenest datacentres, and see what they offer to CIOs. And we look at the growth of governance as a key task for CIOs. Read the issue now.
The Dell Latitude E4300 is Dell's most powerful ultraportable machine released to date. This 13.3" notebook is powered by low voltage Intel Core 2 Duo processors and boasts an incredible battery life with no compromises in performance. Read the following review from NotebookReview.com.
Is it time to upgrade your old devices? Developed from industry research and insights from Intel IT, this Business Client Refresh ROI Estimator lets you explore the business value of replacing your aging PCs with new Intel® processor-based devices.
Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series-based servers offer extraordinary new value for virtualizing SAP solutions. They deliver near-native performance for applications running in virtual machines, while providing levels of reliability and scalability never before seen in industry-standard servers. Read this white paper to learn more!