In this week's Computer Weekly, 13 years after Computer Weekly first reported on flaws in the Post Office IT system, a public inquiry finally allows victims to reveal the devastating impact on their lives. Enterprises are starting to evaluate the uses of 5G. And we look at how SMEs have turned to e-commerce after the pandemic. Read the issue now.
In this week's Computer Weekly, a year after IR35 tax reforms were introduced, we assess the impact on the UK's IT talent pool – and it's not looking good. We examine the rise of industry clouds, and how they are changing the market. And we find out how London councils plan to work together on data and innovation. Read the issue now.
In this edition of CW ANZ, we look at how enterprises in ANZ are approaching data management in the cloud, and some of the best practices that they can adopt to address cloud related challenges.
This issue of Enterprise CIO Decisions E-Zine highlights several success stories showcasing how today's IT leaders are finding enough success to increase BI investments and, ultimately, putting their data growth management concerns to rest.
This white paper explains the key elements for building a proper, quantified business case. It presents the measures that are favored by corporate finance departments, and helps develop a strong business case for data quality and MDM projects. A number of real-life examples with quantifiable benefits are also included.
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Massachusetts businesses facing down MA 201 CMR 17.00 can meet the challenge with preparation and execution. Read this e-book to learn more about important topics such as identity theft, data breach prevention, mandatory encryption, and getting ahead of the game where Massachusetts data protection law is concerned.
This month’s issue of Information Security magazine takes you deep inside the Data Accountability And Trust Act (DATA), pending legislation that could reshape the national privacy landscape and impact the way enterprises and midmarket companies architect their security operations.