Server virtualisation: Why it rules the datacentre roost

In this e-guide, we take a closer look at #server #virtualisation in the enterprise, and find out why it remains such an important process for #datacentre operators to go through.
VMware Rackspace #CIO

Cloud-to-cloud backup: What it is and why you need it

Applications that run in the #cloud are protected, but only so much. For full protection of data generated by cloud-based apps you need cloud-to-cloud #backup

UKtech50 2017 - The most influential people in UK IT

Computer Weekly has announced the eighth annual UKtech50 – our definitive list of the movers and shakers in the UK IT sector

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to Microsoft Office 365

@Microsoft Office used to be a simple thing. You’d buy a box of software, install Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint – and that was it. But that all changed with the launch of #Office365.

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to DevOps

#DevOps is making software development more agile. In this 15-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at the control needed for continuous delivery, the challenges of DevOps adoption, and the barriers enterprises must clear.

Storage for containers and virtual environments

In this e-guide we give you a complete run-through of the main choices in data #storage for #containers, look at the essentials of virtual servers storage, plus all you need to know about storage performance in virtual server and desktop environments.
#VDI #Docker

Workplace revolution: How HR technology is transforming the way we work

In this e-guide, we explore how businesses around the world are using advanced #HR technology to transform the way we work and to improve the efficiency of the workplace. We focus on how advances in artificial intelligence, virtual reality and data analytics are helping to propel HR and the workplace into the future.

#Alexa Carglass Shell Teva Airbus

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to cloud ERP

Enterprise resource planning is heading for the cloud. In this 14-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how enterprise applications have evolved, migrating #ERP to the public #cloud, and the shift from on-premise ERP to cloud-based systems.

Multi-Cloud Management

In this e-guide, we take a closer look at how some organisations are overcoming the challenges of #MultiCloud, and – in turn – reaping the rewards of expanding the range of suppliers they source services from.
Alibaba Cloud Amazon.com #cloud

Infographic: Business Process Management

Check out our new infographic about Business Process Management! http://bit.ly/2zN0Wlo

Web security: Important, but often overlooked

In this e-guide we take a look at the different approaches you can take in order to bolster your #WebSecurity. We find out how to identify and address overlooked web security vulnerabilities, how #security controls affect web security assessment results and why web opportunities must be met with appropriate security controls.
McAfee Fs-Isac Infoblox

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to cloud-native applications

Going #CloudNative can make #apps more dynamic. In this 13-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how cloud-native #apps can boost #agility, how a #container-based platform is built, and what approach #developers should have.
http://bit.ly/2iw61YK

AI: Beyond the hype

#ArtificialIntelligence is red hot. But what lies beyond the hype? Once it was big data, then cloud, now it is artificial intelligence, and that sub-set of it which is machine learning, that's generating more heat than light. But is there business value here?
@Nordea @IBM #AI

Datacentre Management

In this e-guide, we've pulled together some of the latest thinking on good datacentre management practice, while shining a light on the tools and technologies that are on the market (or in the pipeline) that can help enterprises run their facilities with greater ease and agility.

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to cloud-native applications

Going cloud native can make apps more dynamic. In this 13-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how cloud-native apps can boost agility, how a container-based platform is built, and what approach developers should have.

Deployment complexity stops enterprises making most of multi-cloud, says 451 Research

Data from 451 Research suggests the growing range and complexity of service providers’ product portfolios could make it harder for enterprises to reap multi-cloud rewards

Blockchain could be used for citizen identity services, says Reform

Reform think tank argues that government could use #blockchain technology to create a secure identity for citizens to use across public services

Is the Budget enough to drive post-Brexit success for UK?

The chancellor has delivered an innovation and technology-laden Budget, but has it eased the tech industry’s fears about Brexit?

NHS data not fit for AI, Lords select committee told

House of Lords artificial intelligence committee hears evidence from experts about the challenges of sharing NHS patient data

DCMS opens local fibre broadband fund to applicants

Public sector bodies invited to apply for funding from £190m fund designed to stimulate local-level investment in FTTP broadband services

Geospatial Commission announced in Budget to open up OS data

Chancellor of the exchequer Philip Hammond announced in his November 2017 budget a £40m Geospatial Commission to open up Ordnance Survey data to stoke new business for small companies

Workplace revolution: How HR technology is transforming the way we work

In this e-guide, we explore how businesses around the world are using advanced #HR technology to transform the way we work and to improve the efficiency of the workplace. We focus on how advances in artificial intelligence, virtual reality and data analytics are helping to propel HR and the workplace into the future.

#Alexa Carglass Shell Teva Airbus

IR35 reforms: Consultation on private sector roll-out confirmed in Autumn Budget 2017

The government has confirmed it is preparing to consult on whether or not to roll out the controversial IR35 tax avoidance reforms to the private sector

Meg Whitman steps down as HPE CEO

Hewlett Packard Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman is to step down after six years in charge
http://bit.ly/2jQ6YLF

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to Microsoft Office 365

@Microsoft Office used to be a simple thing. You’d buy a box of software, install Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint – and that was it. But that all changed with the launch of #Office365.

Uber recognises need for consumer trust after breach cover up

New Uber leadership has recognised the importance of consumer trust and that they never should have attempted to cover up a 2016 data breach that affected millions of customers and drivers
http://bit.ly/2zYJzxv

Can the 2017 Budget dispel the tech sector’s gloom over Brexit?

The chancellor needs to send a strong signal that government is committed to making the UK the best place to be a tech business post-Brexit

IR35 reforms: Economic concerns raised over prospect of private sector roll-out

With the government’s stance on rolling out the #IR35 reforms to the private sector appearing to soften, #IPSE and others air concerns over the threat this move could pose to the post-#Brexit economy

CIO interview: Juan Perez, CIO, UPS

@UPS CIO Juan Perez talks about the importance of having a “business-intimate” IT department and using technology to develop a “personal touch”

Google invests £1m to help train UK computing teachers

@Google will provide grant to help train secondary school computing teachers across the UK
http://bit.ly/2AlXY8b

Storage for containers and virtual environments

In this e-guide we give you a complete run-through of the main choices in data #storage for #containers, look at the essentials of virtual servers storage, plus all you need to know about storage performance in virtual server and desktop environments.
#VDI #Docker

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to DevOps

#DevOps is making software development more agile. In this 15-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at the control needed for continuous delivery, the challenges of DevOps adoption, and the barriers enterprises must clear.

Can the 2017 Budget dispel the tech sector’s gloom over Brexit?

The chancellor needs to send a strong signal that government is committed to making the UK the best place to be a tech business post-#Brexit

African countries have world’s most expensive broadband

A survey of 196 countries has found many of the world’s poorest consumers are being forced to pay sky-high costs for fixed broadband services

Universal Credit moves into Amazon Web Services cloud

Parts of the digital system underpinning the controversial welfare reform programme are now running on #AWS under #DWP’s hybrid #cloud strategy

Budget 2017 to promise huge UK technology boost

Wednesday’s Budget will include funding for artificial intelligence, driverless cars, 5G, digital skills and more computer science teachers

What CIOs can learn from investors when assessing fintech startups

IT leaders who are looking for innovative ideas but wary of using startups could turn to the investment community to see how they gauge which firms to back

Infographic: Business Process Management

Check out our new infographic about Business Process Management! http://bit.ly/2zN0Wlo

Datacentre Management

In this e-guide, we've pulled together some of the latest thinking on good datacentre management practice, while shining a light on the tools and technologies that are on the market (or in the pipeline) that can help enterprises run their facilities with greater ease and agility.

Half of UK consumers do not trust firms with personal data

As the #GDPR compliance deadline approaches, a survey reveals half of UK consumers do not believe commercial organisations care about their privacy

Manufacturers need to step up smart tech investments

Research suggests manufacturers could miss out on billions of pounds of extra revenue if they do not invest in the latest IT

Post Office court case judge issues warning to legal teams

The high court judge managing the sub-postmasters versus Post Office legal case over an allegedly faulty computer system tells legal teams to cooperate

Critical IT problems cost UK organisations £200,000 a month

UK companies are losing hundreds of thousands of pounds a month because of IT problems, but are relatively good at preventing the same issues recurring

AI: Beyond the hype

#ArtificialIntelligence is red hot. But what lies beyond the hype? Once it was big data, then cloud, now it is artificial intelligence, and that sub-set of it which is machine learning, that's generating more heat than light. But is there business value here?
@Nordea @IBM #AI

A Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to cloud ERP

Enterprise resource planning is heading for the cloud. In this 14-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at how enterprise applications have evolved, migrating #ERP to the public #cloud, and the shift from on-premise ERP to cloud-based systems.

Jargon Buster Guide to Unified Communications

In this e-guide we will explore and define some of the key elements of a UC deployment and offer some insight into some of the emerging trends that are changing the way we communicate in our working lives.

2017 Salary Survey Nordics Infographics

Click here to see the rest of our Nordics salary survey infographic: http://bit.ly/2xhG8gw

Can DevOps deliver on its productivity promises?

#DevOps and agile working are often cited as key elements of successful digital transformation – in this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the challenges to delivering on that promise. Many retailers are investing in emerging technologies to gain an edge – but are they getting too far ahead of the curve? And we hear how a new spirit of collaboration could help UK broadband roll-out. Read the issue now.

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