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 visit the new campus of Chinese networking supplier Huawei, to find out what the firm thinks of the controversy raging about the security of its products. Our latest buyer's guide examines storage optimisation technologies. And we look at the latest developments for technology in schools. Read the issue now.
In this roundup, Computer Weekly recaps the top 10 stories in Australia and New Zealand (ANZ), including the opportunities and challenges that organisations in the region have faced over the past year.
The National Museum of Computing has trawled the Computer Weekly archives for another selection of articles highlighting significant articles published in the month of May over the past five decades.
In 2015, hyper-converged architectures certainly lived up to the hype with many organizations addressing this change with new platforms. So is 2016 the year to hyper-converge your architecture? In this exclusive e-guide, storage expert George Crump outlines the benefits as well as some areas of concern surrounding hyper-converged infrastructures.
Hyper-converged infrastructure, SD-WAN, and intent-based networking: How all of these combine to create the future of networking technology remains to be seen. In the meantime, network managers continue to find the best ways to manage their expanding networks. Learn more in this issue of Network Evolution e-zine.