Security continues to be a huge pan-European challenge for governments and businesses harnessing the latest technologies. In this quarter's CW Europe, we feature two articles focusing on security in Europe and what authorities and IT firms are doing to reduce risks.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the cyber security of banks is under scrutiny after an attack on Tesco Bank leads to millions lost in fraudulent transactions. Our latest buyer's guide, on server operating systems, looks at Windows Server 2016. And Coca-Cola explains how a move to the cloud is helping to motivate staff. Read the issue now.
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.
Access this brief paper to discover how you can now get Oracle Transportation and Global Trade Management in the cloud, minimizing cost, optimizing service levels and creating flexible business process automation within global transportation and logistics networks.
Read on to find out who D.W. Morgan, a global organization responsible for the transportation of critical inventory for multinational companies, partnered up with to radically optimize its already existing mobile logistics application, ChaninLinq.
In this expert-guide, learn how one telematics firm is putting IoT to work using roaming networks to deliver connectivity not only in their native UK, but across Europe. Then, read about how big data gained from IoT devices is helping to paint a more three-dimensional portrait of the transportation industry.
This expert e-guide explains the current landscape of the taxi-hailing application market (think Uber) and examines how location-based mobile apps are revolutionizing customer relationship management in hospitality, insurance, and retail with a big emphasis on the customer privacy concern.
TSI Terminal Systems (TSI) is Canada's largest shipping terminal operator and recently needed a way to integrate a new ERP system and train 1,200 users, on a set schedule, all without expanding IT headcount.