The operations division in a large multibillion-dollar service company had significant challenges training its franchisees to overcome these challenges the company purchased and installed the SyberWorks Training Center with a 250-seat license.
This white paper considers some of the reasons that institutions and enterprises are turning to eLearning to engage learners with ideas and information. It also gives suggestions for creating digital learning experiences that engage learners.
SPLA is a month-to-month licensing program designed to enable service providers to supply hosting, outsourcing and other software services to customers without the up-front capital costs and increased risk. Read this brochure for the details.
This eBook explains the benefits of warehouse management systems (WMSs) and how to boost their effectiveness through integration with related technologies, such as labor management systems (LMSs) and RFID.
Software allows you to thrive in the midst of change. Managing your software assets requires a partner who delivers more—and that’s HP Software Licensing & Management Solutions (SLMS). Download this brochure and learn more.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the Post Office IT scandal inquiry continues to reveal shocking details – we review the latest evidence. We examine progress of the roll-out of fast broadband across the UK. And as the Online Safety Bill returns to Parliament, we look at the arguments about how to keep the internet safe. Read the issue now.
The question of productivity has become an inevitable consideration since the pandemic made home working commonplace. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at how it's being maintained, the advantages a remote workforce brings to business and the hybrid model being embraced by workers.
Application programming interfaces (APIs) are moving beyond the domain of software development. They offer a way for organisations to work closely with an extended ecosystem of business partners, who are able to build value-added software-powered products and services.
The more systems become remote, the less secure they are. On face value a huge cliché – or truism - but sadly actually true. And sadly, for those running networks, something that is going to be truer – or more clichéd – as remote working continues to proliferate in the new normal of the hybrid mode of working.