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.
Read this white paper to learn how a New Orleans-based systems integrator relied on Motorola's Canopy® wireless broadband platform to bring better communications and security to New Orleans.
In this e-guide read about the findings of an investigation into the IT used by the Dutch government. It doesn't make good reading for the government, but sends a strong message that serious work needs to be done. Also read how a cyber-security organisation is calling Dutch government to push towards the creation of electronic IDs for citizens.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) is managing digital innovation. We look at Anthos, Google's new multicloud platform. And we report from the NCSC cyber security conference where experts discussed the lessons learned from recent high-profile attacks. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, AI-generated disinformation and misinformation will be the top risks for businesses, governments and the public over the next two years, according to the WEF. Intel's CTO discusses the chip maker's plans for the European market. And we examine the dearth of digital skills among elected officials. Read the issue now.
With money to invest and well-educated populations, the region is using advanced technology to enhance business as well as the quality of life. Read this top 10 for more examples of digital transformation in the Middle East.
Today's overall increasing security risks have threatened the state and local government IT departments. This has impacted their functionality. In this infographic, learn about the many different security challenges government IT departments face.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from the UK's three main political parties as they debate their digital policies ahead of the general election. Is the rise of the CDO a threat to the CIO's position? We find out what IT leaders have to say.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the real reasons behind the failure of the government's rural payments digital service. We look at how Windows 10 Universal Apps will change the way IT teams manage PCs. And we hear from IT leaders about their experiences of bringing cloud computing into the mainstream. Read the issue now.