In this week's Computer Weekly, 12 years after we broke the story, victims of the Post Office IT scandal finally have their criminal convictions overturned. We take a virtual tour of a Microsoft datacentre and meet a server called 'Mega-Godzilla Beast'. And we find out how technology is transforming Nationwide Building Society. Read the issue now.
The growing momentum around 5G has spurred the rise of edge computing applications designed to crunch and process data at the edge of the network. In this e-guide, read more about edge computing developments in the Asia-Pacific region, as well as the pros and cons of adding edge computing to a cloud architecture
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.
High-speed internet connectivity has become an essential utility for much of the world's population. In this 16-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at what makes the industry largely recession-proof, the obstacles 5G's roll-out must overcome and how reductions in satellite costs have boosted space-borne projects and services' popularity.
Read this white paper that details a solution that provides the ability to reach and connect people wherever they live or work and to deliver information-voice, video or data-at high speeds in real time.
In this week's Computer Weekly, after the recent BT broadband outage, we examine the options to keep your communications in place in the event of a failure. We look at the prospects for the OpenStack open source cloud platform in the enterprise. And we see how Ireland is making progress on delivering a digital health service. 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.
This paper provides an overview of how teleworking helps meet today's productivity demands. It discusses additional network security risks that anywhere access can create, and how SonicWALL addresses these concerns while offering additional benefits.