In this week's Computer Weekly, we get the expert reaction to find out if the NHS contact-tracing app will work. Staying close to clients is crucial through lockdown – we look at the importance of customer experience management. And one CIO explains how he implemented a digital transformation plan in two weeks. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly as voice-activated smart speakers grow in popularity, we examine how IT teams can use the technology in enterprise applications. Our latest buyer's guide looks at the latest developments in CRM. And UK tech sector leaders tell Parliament why they are so worried about Brexit. Read the issue now.
If it can't be measured, it can't be managed. Telemetry on applications and IT infrastructure are key to keeping applications running optimally and reducing unplanned downtime. Beyond using telemetry data to respond to abnormal events, historical data analysis can reveal more systemic issues. In this e-guide we look at trends in APM.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the long-awaited mobile app from the NHS and ask what it means for a digital health service. We hear from early experimenters of blockchain to find out what it will take for the technology to be enterprise-ready. And we analyse the impact of M&A on corporate networks. Read the issue now.
As apps become increasingly integral to business operations, the importance of keeping them secure can never be overstated. In this 15-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how firms can protect apps from ransomware, why app creation needs to happen at pace, and how to get the right balance between security and coding
The main aim of any software modernization project is to help companies create new business value. However, the best investment can be working with what you already have. This guide makes the case for legacy software modernization. Get the details here.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes of Volkswagen's in-car software R&D centre. The UK's largest supercomputer has gone live in Cambridge – we find out how it will transform healthcare research. And we talk to DWP's digital chief about the restructuring of its IT capabilities. Read the issue now.