In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the implications of the controversial acquisition of UK chip leader Arm by US rival Nvidia. Black Lives Matter has raised awareness of social inequalities, but is the tech sector becoming more diverse? And we ask if business software can learn from the addictive nature of social apps. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the IT chief at Tottenham Hotspurs FC discusses the tech behind the most technologically advanced football stadium in the world. We also investigate how the data powering artificial intelligence is leading to discriminatory algorithms and explore the inherent risks in 5G mobile networks. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit the first hackathon at Abbey Road Studios, once home to The Beatles, to find out how tech startups hope to revolutionise music creation. Our latest buyer's guide looks at perimeterless network security. And we look ahead to the key CIO skills and jobs trends for 2019. Read the issue now.
In this e-guide, read more about the state of DevOps adoption across Southeast Asia, the importance of integrating security into DevOps processes and our top tips for securing management buy-in.
In this e-guide, we take a closer look at the latest thinking about microservices, from a pros and cons perspective, while also shining a light on the other aspects of agile computing that enterprises need to know about as their digital transformations gather steam.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out why GitHub is storing its historical open source code repositories on analogue film in the Arctic Circle. Our buyer's guide examines modern software development practices. And we hear how VR technology helped the UK build more ventilators to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. 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.
Software composition analysis (SCA) is now a necessary process in application development. Why? Because only 10% of code is written end-to-end by an organization’s developers. Let’s say that another way: applications are built with 90% borrowed code. Watch this webinar to understand and compare your security options.
One of the most promising paths to virtualization continues to be a software-defined data center (SDDC). A SDDC gives your organization access to the benefits of the private cloud while also delivering a unified configuration of applications, resources, and infrastructure. Read OVHcloud’s white paper to better understand the basics of the SDDC now.