Jargon Buster Guide to Artificial Intelligence

#AI is red hot. And stuffed with jargon. This e-guide will take a step back and throw the trend into relief. #MachineLearning Google


Disaster recovery in the age of cloud

When is it best to go #cloud for #DR? That’s one of the key decision points we address in this e-guide. We also look at the key components that should be in your cloud #DisasterRecovery plan, and how to build testing into your cloud DR.


Beyond the hype: How big data projects are delivering

This e-guide collates a group of examples of #BigData technologies in use, such as how Mercedes-Benz -AMG Petronas Motorsport are looking to gain an edge on the competition in the #GrandPrix season. Also see how big organisations are managing their big data operations and their data analytics programmes and teams through some high profile case studies. #Malaria #Formula1


How banks can make sense of digital disruption

Banks and financial institutions need to go back to basics, deconstruct their core banking processes and strive for zero defects in building applications, says the IT head honcho of Malaysia’s CIMB Bank

Intel vs AMD: Server rivals battling it out for edge datacentre supremacy

Chipmakers Intel Corporation and AMD are targeting edge computing environments with their latest embedded chips. What do each firm's propositions have to offer?

Only half of ransomware payments honoured

Only half of #ransomware victims who pay ransoms to cyber criminals recover their data, a report reveals, pointing to a need for more effective strategies to deal with these attacks

Technology tie-up between VMware and Amazon Web Services continues to go from strength to strength as the pair confirm a European expansion of their combined hybrid cloud-enabling service

Businesses should not ignore the threat of #malware designed to carry out illicit #cryptocurrency mining, warns NTT Security

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Every year we conduct a large-scale survey of our readers to find out their IT spending priorities for the year ahead – it's always an interesting take on what's happening in IT departments around the country because it's coming from the leaders making those technology purchasing decisions.


The government has announced plans to develop a new code of practice to improve the security of connected internet of things devices

Banks more confident than other sectors in face of digital disruption

Banks have accepted the changes brought about by digital disruption and are confident that new technologies will be core to their business success, according to a survey by Fujitsu

Organisations in major European cities have upped their search for English-speaking talent, including IT professionals, since the UK’s referendum on EU membership

Food retailer Coop plans to introduce a #smartphone self-checkout system so customers can pay for goods without visiting a till

How to improve SAP ROI with smart licensing

A recent study suggested most SAP projects have a 50% chance of failure. The risk of having incorrect #SAP licensing could be far higher

West Midlands mayor Andy Street talks about why digital is key to the region’s economic growth, his hunt for a chief digital officer, and the importance of skills and collaboration

Enterprises in Asia are lapping up #DevOps but less than one-third have baked security processes into their developments

Customer analytics applications developers are seeking to add layers of intelligence to improve sellers’ interactions with buyers

CIOs ill-prepared for IT changes to enable digital business transformation

Lack of skills, an inability to make the most of advanced analytics internally and slow software development are hampering digitisation efforts

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TechTarget International 2018 Media Consumption Survey

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A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation

The pressure is on for companies to comply with the #GDPR. In this 12-page buyer’s guide, we look at the tools that could be used for compliance, the incentive to create a smarter, leaner business, and the myths surrounding the new rules.


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Mobile security: Moving to a unified approach

Let´s look at how the current trends in mobile security strategy are showing a move from mobile device management, to enterprise mobile management and unified endpoint management, which indicates a move towards a unified approach to mobile security.


TechTarget International 2018 Media Consumption Survey

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A court has been asked to give ministers until July 2018 to rewrite powers to require phone and internet companies to retain data on the population. The government acknowledges parts of surveillance regime are unlawful

AI must develop for the greater good and cut government admin

A group of experts explored the issues of UK policy and funding in artificial intelligence at a recent seminar in London. We report on the discussion

We look at common problems organisations encounter when dealing with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (#GDPR), which comes into force on 25 May 2018

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Are your business #applications designed for the #cloud? We had a chat with @Workday to help you find out!


Choosing the right cloud management platform for your organisation is one thing, but embarking on a deployment brings its own challenges, writes Stuart Burns

The investigatory powers commissioner is reviewing the security arrangements for IT contractors that have access to live computer systems at GCHQ holding highly sensitive records on the UK population

London councils set aside more than £1.2m for GDPR

London councils have spent over £1.2m in preparation for new #GDPR laws, a think tank report has revealed


The trickle-down effect of advanced “military-grade” tools is seeing the gap between cyber criminal and nation state attack capabilities closing, outpacing many organisations’ defence capabilities


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