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Comprehensive Protection for Email and Web: The World's Most Critical Business Applications by  Fortinet, Inc.


December 01, 2006 - Email and the web have revolutionized business communication, providing an unmatched blend of reach, scalability, timeliness, efficiency and overall effectiveness.

 

Comprehensive SQL Server Data Protection with Symantec Backup Exec 11d by  Symantec Corporation


March 01, 2008 - Choosing the proper backup and recovery plan for SQL Server can be a daunting task. Read this white paper and learn which model best suits your organization and can ease administration.

 

Comprehensive Testing for Siebel With Oracle Application Testing Suite by  Oracle Corporation


February 01, 2010 - Read this white paper to learn how Oracle Application Testing Suite (ATS) can help organizations ensure the quality and performance of their Siebel applications.

 

Comprehensive, scalable management for your virtual data center by  IBM and Intel


June 07, 2011 - If you're an IT pro responsible for managing a virtual infrastructure, you know virtualization can add its own administrative complexities. Read this solution brief to see how Microsoft® System Center Virtual Machine Manager Workgroup Edition on IBM® System x® servers can centralize and streamline management of a consolidated virtual environment.

 

Compression in DB2 Viper by  IBM Software Group


May 01, 2006 - The DB2 Viper is contributing significant advancements in database compression technology. This white paper compares the leading data server compression utilities and details how to reduce storage costs and improve performance.

 

Compucom and Intel vPro Out of the Box Innovation by  Intel


September 14, 2009 - Compucom, provider of IT solutions to Fortune 1000 companies, describes how Intel innovation has taken Compucoms business to another level.

 

Compudyne improves application performance by 20 percent with HP ProLiant Gen8 Servers by  HP and VMware


January 31, 2013 - Access this resource to learn how one organization in the Professional services industry deployed advanced server technology to achieve significant IT benefits, including 40% lower administration time, 85% faster new server provisioning and much more.

 

Computer Forensics and its Role in the Risk Management Process by  IBM


May 19, 2011 - The possibility of a data breach is very real – no matter how proactive your security measures are. Access this expert FAQ guide for further insight into how computer forensics can help put a well-formed incident response plan that is aligned with your information risk management and compliance strategies.

 

Computer Weekly - 1 May 2012: The technology behind the England football team by  ComputerWeekly.com


May 01, 2012 - This week's Computer Weekly examines how the Football Association's IT director is using technology to help improve the prospects for the England national team. Our Buyer's Guide to government IT looks at the future of open source in the public sector and we report from Infosec 2012 on the rising number of cyber attacks. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 10 January 2012: What’s in store for IT this year? by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 10, 2012 - In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly, we look at the key trends and technologies that will be on IT leaders’ agenda in 2012. Our first Buyer’s Guide of the year examines how IT consumerisation will affect business technology; and Home Office IT director Denise McDonagh tells us why government IT isn’t working. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 10 January 2012: What’s in store for IT this year? by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 10, 2012 - In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly, we look at the key trends and technologies that will be on IT leaders’ agenda in 2012. Our first Buyer’s Guide of the year examines how IT consumerisation will affect business technology; and Home Office IT director Denise McDonagh tells us why government IT isn’t working. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 13 December 2011: Read this week’s special issue announcing the UKtech50 – the 50 most influential people in UK IT. by  ComputerWeekly.com


December 09, 2011 - In this week's special issue of Computer Weekly, we reveal the UKtech50 - our list of the 50 most influential people in UK IT. This year's winner is Mike Lynch, CEO of Autonomy, who talks in an exclusive interview about his hopes for the UK technology industry, and life at HP since the company's 7bn GBP acquisition. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 13 March 2012: The economics of private cloud by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 13, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly kicks off our Buyer's Guide to private cloud. It also contains our RSA conference coverage of the latest IT security trends and the future for Microsoft's Trustworthy Computing initiative. And we discuss the role of apprenticeships in encouraging more young people to work in IT.

 

Computer Weekly - 14 February 2012: Does government IT deliver value for money? by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 14, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly, investigates the costs of government IT, asking whether taxpayers are getting value for money from the 8,000 IT staff employed by Whitehall. We also examine how IT leaders are preparing for the growth of bring-your-own-device policies and the mobile security implications.

 

Computer Weekly - 15 May 2012: Overhauling banking IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


May 15, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly contains an exclusive interview with JP Morgan COO India Gary-Martin about juggling multiple legacy IT systems while keeping the merchant bank compliant. We also look at how near-field communications technology promises to revolutionise consumer spending and we ask whether 2012 could be the year that APM becomes vital?

 

Computer Weekly - 17 April 2012: How to ensure smartphone security by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 17, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly examines the growing threat from smartphones being targeted by hackers and viruses as the devices are increasingly used for work. Hospitality giant Mitchells & Butlers talks about its migration to the cloud and the CIO of Airbus discusses his IT priorities and how he spends €500m a year on IT.

 

Computer Weekly - 17 January 2012: featuring the future of IT education; G-Cloud in action; networking challenges by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 17, 2012 - In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly, we look at the future of computer science education now the government has scrapped the current ICT curriculum, and what this means for the IT industry. We talk to an early adopter of the government G-Cloud plan; and we examine the key challenges for network architects. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 21 February 2012: Preparing for IPv6 by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 21, 2012 - This week's digital magazine examines the challenges of migrating to IPv6 now the internet has run out of IPv4 addresses - a process every IT manager now faces. We also look into the IT issues facing smart meters and ask what will the beta launch of Gov.uk hold in store for public services?

 

Computer Weekly - 22 May 2012: Why Tesco is spending £150m online by  ComputerWeekly.com


May 22, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly, we talk exclusively to Tesco CIO Mike McNamara about why the UK's biggest retailer is spending £150m on its online business. And, with the London 2012 Olympics only weeks away; we look at how IT testing is progressing.

 

Computer Weekly - 23 August 2011: Download this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with our analysis of the latest news and IT trends by  ComputerWeekly.com


August 23, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, Oxfam's CIO talks about how IT supports a global aid operation; we ask if £530m government funding will be enough to roll-out superfast broadband; we examine the security issues around moving to IPv6; plus our analysis of the week’s biggest news stories in IT. Download the latest issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 27 March 2012: What the Budget means for IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 27, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly asks what chancellor George Osborne's Budget means for the UK IT community and if he can deliver his goal to make Britain "the technology centre of Europe". Also you'll find the final part of our private cloud Buyer's Guide and we examine the options for choosing the right WAN optimisation strategy.

 

Computer Weekly - 28 February 2012: Taking UK government into the cloud by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 28, 2012 - This week's edition asks, now that the the G-Cloud store is up and running, will the government's cloudstore transform the market for public sector IT buyers and suppliers? It also examines research that has indicated OS upgrades will attract a significant chunk of investment this year.

 

Computer Weekly - 29 November 2011: Read this week’s issue of the UK’s leading technology publication, featuring the latest news, analysis and opinion about UK IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 28, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes at the datacentre that knows everything about you, at credit checking firm Experian. We analyse the government's new plans to change the way it works with IT suppliers; and kick-off our Buyer's Guide to outsourcing with a look at the latest trends. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 3 April 2012: Data security best practice by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 03, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly kicks off our Buyer's Guide to data security by looking at the changing role of the IT security chief. We also examine why flexible working is proving so slow to roll out and we talk to the UK's air traffic control operator about its ambitious desktop virtualisation project.

 

Computer Weekly - 31 January 2012: The importance of IT strategy by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 31, 2012 - In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at the importance of IT strategy when budgets are under pressure. The first part of our Buyer’s Guide to virtualisation examines the barriers preventing many organisations from adopting the technology; and Transport for London’s CIO talks about how IT helps avoid Olympic travel chaos. Download the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly - 6 March 2012: Windows 8 - tablet meets desktop by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 06, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly delves into the new world of Windows 8. We also talk to some top CIOs about how the downturn has shaped their priorities. You'll also find the third and final part of our Buyer's Guide to IPv6 migration, all inside this digital magazine.

 

Computer Weekly - 7 February 2012: IT investment priorities by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 07, 2012 - In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine exclusive research into the investment priorities of UK IT decision-makers, which shows virtualisation, Windows 7 and security as the top areas for spending this year. We analyse the changing nature of database architecture; and the BBC’s Chief Technology Officer talks about IT plans for the broadcaster.

 

Computer Weekly - 8 May 2012: The changing face of retail IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


May 08, 2012 - In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at the IT challenges facing retailers, as consumers turn increasingly to web and mobile shopping channels. Oracle president Mark Hurd talks about how the supplier intends to simplify IT infrastructures. And new government CIO Andy Nelson discusses how he plans to transform Whitehall IT. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 1 November 2011: Read this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with the latest news, analysis and opinion for IT managers by  ComputerWeekly.com


October 28, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the IT challenges facing retailers in a world of multi-channel shopping; our latest Buyer's Guide looks at upgrading from Windows XP to Windows 7 as XP approaches the time Microsoft ceases support; and we kick-off this year's search for the most influential people in UK IT. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 11 October 2011: Download this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, featuring the latest news, analysis and opinion on the big trends in IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


October 11, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how mainframe technology that was meant to be dead and buried is finding innovative new applications. We analyse the challenges facing the government's largest deployment of agile software development, and our Buyer's Guide highlights the firms making the most of social media. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 13 September 2011: Download this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with our analysis of the latest news, trends and IT management issues by  ComputerWeekly.com


September 13, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the man tasked with bringing public services into the digital age. The second installment of our Buyer's Guide to business intelligence reviews two low-cost alternatives to the big suppliers; and we go behind the scenes of the IT preparations for the London 2012 Olympic Games.

 

Computer Weekly 15 November 2011: Read this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with all the latest news, analysis and opinion for IT managers by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 11, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from Visa Europe CIO Steve Chambers on the technology behind the credit card transactions that retailers rely on. We examine the challenges facing the government's G-Cloud project; and we ask how Microsoft will cope when customers no longer want to purchase software licences. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 16 August 2011: Read our analysis of the week’s biggest news stories in IT and in-depth features examining the latest technology trends by  ComputerWeekly.com


August 15, 2011 - In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly we kick-off a programme of content aimed at providing a resource for IT training, education and career development. We also look at the controversial supplier contracts for the NHS IT programme, and examine the challenges of Big Data - plus our usual analysis of the week’s news. Download the latest issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 18 October 2011: Download the latest issue of the UK's leading technology publication, where we analyse the latest news in IT and what it means for IT managers by  ComputerWeekly.com


October 14, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO of the London 2012 Olympics about progress on the UK's highest-profile IT implementation. We ask customers about Oracle’s long-awaited Fusion Applications; review the latest version of Windows Server; and find out how the Blackberry outage affected corporate customers. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 19 July 2011: A Conversation with the CIO of one of the UK government’s biggest IT estates by  ComputerWeekly.com


July 18, 2011 - In this week's issue of Computer Weekly we talk exclusively to one of the top CIOs in UK government about the challenges of innovating with IT at a time when the public sector is forced to make huge cuts in spending. An informative buyer's guide on desktop virtualisation is also featured, plus much more. Download this issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 2 August 2011: We examine the calls for radical reform in the relationship between Whitehall and its IT suppliers by  ComputerWeekly.com


August 01, 2011 - With the release of a scathing report on government IT, we examine calls for radical reform in the relationship between Whitehall and its IT suppliers. Also this week, the first part of our Buyer’s Guide to Big Data, and a case study on how Carphone Warehouse improved customer satisfaction by 38% using business process management (BPM) software.

 

Computer Weekly 20 September 2011: Download the new issue of the UK's leading technology publication, featuring in-depth analysis of the latest IT news and technology trends by  ComputerWeekly.com


September 20, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine what reform of the UK's banks will mean for financial services IT strategies. We also look at the problems of software licensing when moving to desktop virtualisation, discuss how to make sense of cloud computing, and provide part three of our guide to business intelligence. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 24 January 2012: Has Microsoft succeeded with Trustworthy Computing? by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 24, 2012 - In this week’s Computer Weekly, we mark the 10th anniversary of Microsoft’s Bill Gates announcing the Trustworthy Computing initiative, and ask if it has made IT more secure. We look at what Oracle’s latest developments mean for its software users running rivals’ servers, and conclude our Buyer’s Guide to IT consumerisation. Download the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 25 October 2011: Read this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with news, analysis and opinion on the topics that matter to IT managers by  ComputerWeekly.com


October 21, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we ask IT experts to help answer the question of why so many big IT projects fail. We report from VMware's user conference in Copenhagen on the latest developments in virtualisation, and analyse the emerging threat from military-style cyber attacks on corporate IT networks. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 27 September 2011: Download the latest issue of the UK's leading technology publication, featuring the news, analysis and opinion that matters to IT decision-makers by  ComputerWeekly.com


September 27, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at Windows 8 - identifying what new features will be key to business users; and examine the remains of the National Programme for IT and what this means for the future of the NHS. Download the latest issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 4 October 2011: Download the latest issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with our analysis of the business technology news that matters to IT managers by  ComputerWeekly.com


October 04, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, transformation. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 6 December 2011: Read this week’s issue of the UK’s leading technology publication, featuring news on open data, cyber security and our social media awards by  ComputerWeekly.com


December 02, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the economic benefits of plans to release more government data for wider re-use by software developers. We announce the winners of our Social Media Awards, and hear what the IT industry thinks of the new UK cyber security strategy. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 6 September 2011: Download the latest issue of the UK’s leading technology publication, featuring the news, analysis and opinion that matters to IT decision-makers by  ComputerWeekly.com


September 06, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at HP's strategic shake-up, and ask what it means for the supplier's customers and the UK IT industry as a whole. We also discuss a major research study into why IT projects go wrong, and start our latest Buyer's Guide, about business intelligence. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly 8 November 2011: Read this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with the news, analysis and opinion that matters to IT managers. by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 04, 2011 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we report from the London Cyberspace Conference where world leaders gathered to discuss internet security. We examine the tools available to help migrate from Windows XP to Windows 7; and hear from Royal Bank of Scotland about how to build a business case for virtual desktops. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Big Data infrastructure by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - Organisations are beginning to realise the potential of real-time big data analysis but there is also a growing realisation that the full benefit will remain unexploited without the infrastructure to expedite it. In this Computer Weekly buyers guide, look at the mindset and technology businesses need to analyse various forms of data and much more!

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Cloud Storage by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - Cloud storage technologies have triggered various disruptive file-sharing applications which have changed the game in regard to collaboration and creativity, but can be costly. In "A Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Cloud Storage," take a look at the risks and opportunity costs different applications present.

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Desktop Virtualisation by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - Virtualisation consolidates IT infrastructure, centralises system administration and management tasks, supports workload scalability and agility, and optimises the use of computing resources. In this eight-page buyer's guide we report on some of the options IT directors need to consider when planning projects, and much more!

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to infrastructure on demand by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - Working out how to make infrastructure on demand work for your company is a challenge. In this 10-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at assessing the needs of your business, how a lack of standards is hindering progress and Microsoft's Azure, which aims to become an operating system for the cloud.

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to managing identity & access by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - With the increasing rise of the BYOD trend, managing identity and access to data across a range of devices is ever more important. In this buyer's guide, Computer Weekly looks at securing productivity, how to make the most of an employee's own digital identity and how to find a balance between the needs of the business and regulatory requirements.

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to Mobile Device Management by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - The trend for consumerisation and employees using their own devices for work comes as concerns over data security mount. In this 11-page buyer's guide, Computer Weekly examines how to formulate a strategic policy for mobile device management (MDM), and how to choose the right MDM approach and product portfolio for your organization.

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to SME IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 22, 2011 - Managers in small and medium sized businesses used to treat IT as a luxury they could only just afford.

 

Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to storage and back-up by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - Storage represents an average of 15% of the total IT budget. Making the wrong choices on how you architect your storage environment could cause this number to grow more than your finance chief might like. In this buyer's guide, we assess the changing storage landscape and identify how the various technologies can be implemented to maximum effect.

 

Computer Weekly Buyers Guide: Mobile Technology by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 15, 2011 - As CIOs face increasing demands from end-users for access to mobile technologies, organisations are realising that mobile technologies can create profitable business opportunities.

 

Computer Weekly Buyers' Guide: Cloud Computing by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 19, 2011 - This seven-page Buyer’s Guide to Cloud Computing by Computer Weekly journalists details the kinds of cloud offering that CIOs and senior IT professionals will need to take into account as they plan future outsourcing, hosting and application strategies.

 

Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to Windows XP support by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 10, 2014 - Microsoft will end technical support for its Windows XP operating system in April 2014. Computer Weekly looks at what this means for those businesses that have yet to migrate to newer alternatives.

 

Computer Weekly datacentre case studies by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 24, 2014 - Jim Mortleman takes a look at what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the Computer Weekly European User Awards.

 

Computer Weekly E-Zine: 5-11 July 2011 by  ComputerWeekly.com


July 08, 2011 - The Computer Weekly eZine carries on the best tradition of the Computer Weekly Magazine by providing UK IT leaders with the best information, the best knowledge and the best buying information to help succeed in the industry.

 

Computer Weekly networking case studies by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 14, 2014 - Jennifer Scott and Steve Evans discover what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the 2014 Computer Weekly European Awards for networking.

 

Computer Weekly Special Report on VDI by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 16, 2014 - Brian Madden, the fiercely independent thought leader in the world of virtualisation and mobility management. Brian is responsible for both "The VDI Delusion" and "Desktops as a Service" books – considered to be the most reliable sources of information on battling today's technology pain points bring you this special report.

 

Computer Weekly Special Report: Fujitsu by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 04, 2014 - This 11 page special report updated for 2014 gives you the facts on  Fujitsu its strategy, products and services and financial performance.

 

Computer Weekly storage case studies by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 24, 2014 - Antony Adshead takes a look at what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the Computer Weekly European User Awards.

 

Computer Weekly Storage Case Studies: Winners of the 2013 European User Awards for Storage by  TechTarget


March 18, 2014 - The winning case studies in the 2013 Computer Weekly European Awards for Storage were of great significance to the industry, but what made them stand out from the others? Anthony Adshead discovers just what made these winning entries special in this exclusive material. Find out his reasoning by completing this brief survey.

 

Computer Weekly – 1 April 2014: Where next for the NHS Care.data programme? by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 01, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, healthcare IT experts talk about the next steps for the controversial NHS Care.data plan to create a database of medical records. Is Moore's Law running out? We hear about the future of processor technology. And our latest buyer's guide looks at how data analytics can improve IT security. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 11 December 2012: Microsoft puts up prices again by  ComputerWeekly.com


December 11, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at Microsoft's latest price increase for key business software products, and hear from experts on why the decision is flawed. We talk to an organisation that swapped 3,000 BlackBerrys for iPads and iPhones. And we examine the importance of service-level agreements when moving to the cloud. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 11 February 2014: Microsoft’s new CEO and his plans for the future by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 11, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, Microsoft has announced its new CEO, Satya Nadella – we examine the software giant's future under its new leader. We look at what went wrong in the BBC's failed £100m digital media project. And IT leaders at the CW500 Club discuss the role of the CIO. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 11 March 2014: Making data flow freely by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 11, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide looks at open data and how it can improve public services – and even help prevent a repeat of the recent floods. We report from Cloud Expo on the reasons why public cloud is yet to be embraced by enterprise IT. And we look at the key issues for buying HR software in 2014. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 12 February 2013: Can BlackBerry 10 bridge the business-consumer smartphone divide? by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 12, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the new smartphone from BlackBerry – it's designed to please both business and consumer users, but is it enough to save the company? We examine the options for using cloud services for disaster recovery. And IT leaders tell us what they think about the future of the data centre. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 12 March 2013: Will software-defined networking justify the hype? by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 12, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we take an in-depth look at one of the hottest emerging technologies – software-defined networking – and what it means for IT departments. We visit Iceland, home of the greenest datacentres, and see what they offer to CIOs. And we look at the growth of governance as a key task for CIOs. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 13 November 2012: Government commits to open standards by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 13, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the government's controversial new policy on open standards and what it means for public sector IT. After hurricane Sandy hit New York, we talk to one datacentre operator about how it kept services running. And our latest buyers' guide examines the market for infrastructure on demand. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 15 April 2014: Spies in the VPN by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 15, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, the NSA/GCHQ snooping scandal has added to concerns about security of virtual private networks (VPNs) – we find out how IT chiefs should respond. Windows XP support has now ended – we look at what it means for the remaining users. And we examine the benefits of data visualisation tools. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 16 July 2013: Cloud takes to the stage at the Royal Opera House by  ComputerWeekly.com


July 16, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Royal Opera House about how using public cloud boosted ticket sales and improved performance of its IT infrastructure. We examine why agile development failed in the government's flagship Universal Credit welfare programme. And we analyse the real risks of sweating your IT assets. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 18 December 2012: London 2012 hands the baton to the Rio Olympics IT team by  ComputerWeekly.com


December 18, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Rio 2016 Olympics CIO as he takes the baton from the London 2012 IT team. We find out how the BBC has used business intelligence to improve decision-making about TV programmes. And we report from the first Amazon Web Services user conference on the challenges for the cloud leader. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 18 February 2014: Swapping notepads for iPads – creating a digital police force by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 18, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the new digital strategy at the Metropolitan Police, as the London force puts technology at the heart of crime fighting. IBM is spending $1.2bn developing cloud datacentres – we assess the plans. And we ask how the NSA web surveillance revelations are affecting IT security strategies. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 18 March 2014: Boost productivity with collaboration technology by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 18, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from IT leaders improving collaboration and productivity for employees by using technologies such as unified communications and social media. We report from Mobile World Congress on the latest trends. And we examine how mobile device management tools can help build a trusted BYOD policy. Read the issue now

 

Computer Weekly – 19 February 2013: Software Developers in demand by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 19, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at why companies are struggling to attract the right talent for in-house IT. We investigate why CIOs are not happy with Oracle's Fusion strategy. And betting company William Hill tells us how mobile technology has changed the high street bookmaker. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 19 March 2013: Delivering software development success by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 19, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to IT leaders about successful software development, and how they combine the best of agile and waterfall methods. Drugs giant AstraZeneca talks about how it changed its outsourcing approach to eliminate past mistakes. And we look at a new social media bank that is shaking up the sector. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 20 December 2011: Read this week’s issue, featuring: retail IT issues for Christmas; the cost of software failure; the founder of agile development by  ComputerWeekly.com


December 20, 2011 - In this week's issue of Computer Weekly, we look at the key technologies that retailers are turning to for IT-enabling customers' Christmas shopping. We examine research revealing the huge cost of application software that fails to meet requirements; and we talk to one of the pioneers of agile software development. Download the new issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 20 March 2012: The open data revolution by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 20, 2012 - In this week’s Computer Weekly, Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude talks about releasing government datasets to the public and why open data will drive the next industrial revolution. We also review the latest test version of Windows 8 and see how it shapes up for tablet computers and business users and much more.

 

Computer Weekly – 20 November 2012: Inside the £65m datacentre supporting Tesco's online strategy by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 20, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we visit the £65m datacentre that sits at the heart of Tesco's ambitious online strategy. Government has approved the iPhone for use by Whitehall officials – we assess the risks. And the CIO at British Gas talks about how IT transformed the firm's customer service. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 21 January 2014: The IT risks facing Universal Credit by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 21, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the ongoing IT risks facing the UK government's highest-profile IT project – the troubled Universal Credit programme. We talk to IT leaders to find out their spending priorities for 2014. And we find out about the latest best practice in improving datacenter performance. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 22 January 2013: Technology takes off at Heathrow Terminal 2 by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 22, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes at the building of Heathrow's high-tech Terminal 2 and hear from its CIO about the IT innovations. John Lewis saw 44% online sales growth over Christmas – we find out how the IT team delivered. And News International talks about moving its IT to Amazon's public cloud. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 24 April 2012: Are CIOs earning credibility in the boardoom? by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 24, 2012 - This week’s Computer Weekly examines research that suggests CEOs want to invest in IT more than ever, but still see CIOs as technical experts and not business people. We review SQL Server 2012 and ask if Microsoft's database software is catching its competitors as well as concluding our Buyer's Guide to data security.

 

Computer Weekly – 25 February 2014: Banking with dinosaurs – the legacy IT crisis in financial services by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 25, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the IT problems at high-street banks, and learn how outsourcing led to the loss of key legacy IT skills. We ask what role wearable technology could have in enterprise IT. And we take an in-depth look at the tools for using Microsoft Azure for building hybrid clouds. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 25 March 2014: Get kids coding by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 25, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the latest moves to encourage children to learn to code, to help avoid future skills shortages. Facebook's Open Compute Project is bringing open source to the datacentre – we look at what it means for IT. And we profile Salesforce.com as the SaaS firm celebrates its 15th birthday. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 26 February 2013: European Commission targets data security by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 26, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the new IT security proposals from the European Commission and ask whether the benefits will be worth it. We reveal the challenges of managing big data, with help from some industry analysts, and hear from the Open University CIO on IT tools that support learning. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 27 November 2012: Announcing the most influential people in UK IT by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 27, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we reveal our annual UKtech50 list of the 50 most influential people in UK IT, and interview the winner, Warren East, CEO of chip design firm ARM. Also in this issue, we conclude our buyer's guide to infrastructure as a service with an in-depth analysis of Microsoft's Azure cloud platform. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 28 January 2014: Tablets in the workplace by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 28, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, our latest buyer's guide examines the rise of tablets in the workplace, and how to fit them in to the corporate IT environment. We look at the risks to the UK banking system from over-reliance on legacy IT. And we find out how flash storage can help improve application performance. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 29 January 2013: The end of the PC refresh cycle? by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 29, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we ask if the days of the PC refresh cycle are over, due to declining PC sales, consumer technology and virtualisation. Remote working can be a challenge – but one project manager is doing so on Mount Everest. And we kick-off our latest buyer's guide, looking at infrastructure needs for big data. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 4 December 2012: Games giant Sega takes to the cloud by  ComputerWeekly.com


December 04, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Sega about how the computer game giant has turned to the cloud to prepare for the Christmas rush. Our latest buyer's guide gives best practice advice on mobile device management. And Unilever tells us how business intelligence and analytics helps to better understand customer needs. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 4 February 2014: Rural broadband roll-out row by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 04, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, a Lancashire village is the centre of a row over rural broadband – we examine the arguments on both sides. The move to cloud and hosting is changing the market for datacentre technologies – we look at the implications for IT managers. Have you heard of Sepa? We explain why you need to know. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 4 March 2014: How IT brings aid to refugees by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 04, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO at the UN High Commission for Refugees about the vital role that technology plays in supporting its aid programmes. We hear from IT leaders who are ditching BlackBerry – but moving to Windows Phone instead. And we look at how to choose the best hybrid cloud provider. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 5 February 2013: The third dimension – the innovation opportunity from 3D printing by  ComputerWeekly.com


February 05, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, as the cost of 3D printing technology falls, the opportunity for innovation for IT leaders is growing. The rise of big data has created a new role – data scientist; we find out what they do. And government COO Stephen Kelly talks about the reform of Whitehall IT. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 5 March 2013: Planning for a 4G future by  ComputerWeekly.com


March 05, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, now the 4G spectrum auction is over, we look at what happens next for the future of mobile networking. Cloud computing promises to save costs – we examine how to ensure a return on investment. And we report from the RSA conference on how big data is helping tackle cyber security threats. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 6 November 2012: The business benefits of 4G by  ComputerWeekly.com


November 06, 2012 - In this week's Computer Weekly, as the UK's first 4G mobile network goes live, we examine the benefits for business. IT security suppliers say that cross-industry collaboration is needed – but can they work together? And we take a look at the latest wireless networking technology, known as WiGig. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 8 April 2014: Cloud wars by  ComputerWeekly.com


April 08, 2014 - In this week's Computer Weekly, cloud users are set to benefit from cheaper services as Google and Amazon start a price war. The mainframe is still not dead yet – we look at 50 years of the IBM mainframe. And we assess the latest attempt to encourage overseas IT experts to fill the UK's skills shortages. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly – 8 January 2013: Digital strategies to drive CIOs in 2013 by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 08, 2013 - In this week's Computer Weekly, we look ahead to the challenges facing IT leaders in 2013 and examine how the shift to digital will change the role of the CIO. A new report details how CIOs must adapt to work more closely with business colleagues. And our first buyer's guide of the year focuses on software as a service. Read the issue now.

 

Computer Weekly Network IT case studies by  ComputerWeekly.com


July 01, 2013 - Jennifer Scott takes a look at what made the winning entries stand out from the crowd in the Computer Weekly European User Awards.

 

ComputerWeekly Special Report: Government’s digital strategy could cut red tape by  Hewlett-Packard Limited


February 05, 2014 - Access the following special report on the public interest to uncover how the government plans on harnessing digital technology to make public services more efficient and generate significant cost savings. Read on to learn how this initiative may affect you in the near future.

 

ComputerWeekly Special Report: Personalised Technology Stimulates Innovation in the Workplace by  Hewlett-Packard Limited


February 13, 2014 - With the convergence of mobility, cloud, big data and security, the way we work is changing. This guide takes a look at mobility in the workforce and the various ways it is enhancing employee productivity.

 

ComputerWeekly Special Report: Unlock the Business Benefits of Digitisation by  Hewlett-Packard Limited


February 05, 2014 - In this expert report from ComputerWeekly, learn about the digitization imperative and how your organization can revolutionize customer experiences.

 

Compuware Takes on the BSM Challenge by  Compuware Corporation


June 28, 2007 - Read this EMA sponsored white paper and learn how Compuware may well be the "sleeper" in Business Service Management with it's acquisition of Proxima Technology and introduction of the Vantage Service Manager.

 

Compuware Vantage Analyzer 3.0 by  Compuware Corporation


December 01, 2006 - Vantage Analyzer is a Java and .NET performance monitoring and analysis solution that pinpoints the source of performance problems using visibility and detailed transaction analysis without draining production resources.

 

Concept Becomes Reality with Quest by  Dell Software


August 19, 2010 - In this Quest Software white paper by the Enterprise Strategy Group, learn more about the benefits of moving to a virtual desktop environment – and how choosing the right tool for the job makes it easy. Find out about a solution that not only makes implementing virtualization easy, but keeps cost low and uptime and efficiency high while doing so.

 

Concur Travel and Expense solution by  Concur Technologies


December 31, 2013 - This guide talks about a solution that allows users to capture all of their travel and expense information digitally and present it all in an accurate automated report.

 

Concurrent Computing for SCA Applications: Achieving Scalability in a Service-oriented Application Environment by  Rogue Wave Software


July 01, 2008 - The SCA specifications define a programming model for assembling software services in a service-oriented architecture that offers great flexibility and agility.

 

Conferencing & Collaboration: New Tools for the New Workplace by  Premiere Global Services


February 10, 2014 - Access the following white paper to uncover what CIOs need to know about consolidating their collaborative tools and strategies. Get a firsthand look at the real benefits of an all-inclusive collaboration solution as well as how to choose the right tools, what to look for in a vendor, and more.

 

Confidence in Commerce: Enabling e-banking and online services with two-factor authentication by  SafeNet, Inc.


September 01, 2009 - Many financial organizations are looking to implement proactive security measures to combat identity theft. Strong authentication – a security method which employs the use of more than one factor to identify users accessing private networks and applications – is among today’s leading choices.

 

Confidence, ownership and visibility: Mapping the road ahead for data governance by  IBM


September 30, 2013 - In this report from the 2013 first annual summit of the Data Governance Forum, take a look at the highlights of the event and get key summaries from presentations given by data governance experts in both public- and private-sector organizations.

 

Confidential Collaboration: How to manage regulatory compliance & data privacy while keep your data safe by  IntraLinks, Inc


October 31, 2013 - This resource offers 4 key recommendations on how to maintain regulatory compliance while using collaborative processes.

 

Confidently maximize virtual investments with Integrated Service Management by  IBM


August 15, 2011 - IBM IT service management solutions help control costs, enhance performance and increase security in the virtual environment, with software for IT provisioning, IT monitoring, virtual storage, IT security, usage and accounting, software license management and more.

 

Configuration and Change Management for IT Compliance and Risk Management by  Tripwire, Inc.


November 01, 2007 - This white paper discusses key issues surrounding configuration management and compliance, such as the IT department's need to lower costs, increase management flexibility and control, and increase responsiveness to business needs and requirements.

 

Configuration Assessment: Choosing the Right Solution by  Tripwire, Inc.


July 01, 2008 - Check out this white paper to discover how automated configuration assessment solutions like Tripwire Enterprise help ease the burden on IT of achieving and maintaining compliance, securing the IT infrastructure, and generating evidence for mandatory audits.

 

Configuration Audit and Control: 10 Critical Factors to Change and Configuration Management Success by  Tripwire, Inc.


October 14, 2008 - As businesses have instituted internal, industry, and government mandated regulatory compliance, the need for audit data to prove conformity has also become a necessity. Read this white paper to learn how configuration audit and control provides a single, independent source for enforcing and reporting on a change policy across an organization.

 

Configuration Auditing – The Next Critical Step in Compliance by  nCircle


August 02, 2010 - In this paper learn what Configuration auditing entails verifying the configurations of all assets in the environment to make sure they have the correct settings. This includes auditing new assets, monitoring for changes and verifying that planned changes are carried out properly.

 

Configuration Cheat Sheet for the New vSphere Web Client by  Global Knowledge


January 28, 2014 - Check out this detailed cheat sheet which will guide you as you dive into the new vSphere Web Client, and will help you to perform tasks that are not possible on the Windows-based client.

 

Configuration Management for Virtual and Cloud Infrastructures by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 19, 2011 - The top seven things to consider when managing configuration for virtual and cloud infrastructures.

 

Configure or Customize? by  Workday


December 31, 2012 - In this paper, we examine the high cost of making and supporting customizations to client/server-based applications as well as the differences between configuration and customization.

 

Configuring and Managing Storage for Remote Sites by  Overland Storage


September 01, 2008 - Organizations with multiple locations face unique challenges when configuring and maintaining a network storage solution. In this paper learn about how to achieve a successful configuration and management of a distributed NAS solution.

 

Configuring and Using IBM i's Auditing Functions by  PowerTech


March 03, 2010 - Did you know that IBM i includes powerful auditing features? In fact, our own class-leading audit reporting solution leverages the information captured by this facility. Join this webinar-based on content presented at the 2009 COMMON conference-to learn about activating and configuring IBM i's built-in auditing capabilities.

 

Configuring Deduplication for High Performance by  Dell, Inc.


August 12, 2009 - This technical note discusses how to configure deduplication for primary storage policy copies on the Dell PowerVault™ DL2000 magnetic library to achieve high performance.

 

Configuring iSCSI Connectivity with Vmware vSphere 5 and Dell EqualLogic PS Series Storage by  Dell, Inc.


December 02, 2011 - This white paper addresses some of the new features in vSphere, as well as how to connect a vSphere 5 environment to a Dell EqualLogic PS Series iSCSI SAN.

 

Configuring NetApp for SnapMirror – for VMware Site Recovery Manager by  NetApp


April 27, 2010 - This presentation transcript features virtualization guru, Mike Laverick, as he explains how to setup a data replication tool that provides disaster recovery protection for business critical data. Find out to how carry out a test with this technology and VMware SRM together.

 

Configuring Systems for High Bandwidth I/O by  Sun Microsystems, Inc.


May 27, 2009 - This Sun BluePrints™ article describes a recipe for configuring systems to support the very high bandwidth I/O capabilities needed by data-intensive applications.

 

Configuring Windows Server 2012 for iSCSI SAN Boot with EqualLogic Storage by  Dell and Microsoft


July 31, 2013 - Thispaper demonstratesDell best practicesforimplementingiSCSI boot from SAN with Dell EqualLogic storage arrays and the 12th generation (12G) PowerEdge servers running Windows Server 2012.

 

Conflicker Working Group - Lessons learned from Conflicker by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 31, 2011 - In November 2008, Conficker A, the first of five variants of the malware, rapidly began infecting computers which had failed to install a Microsoft patch released just weeks earlier. In late December 2008, Conficker B added new mechanisms for distribution including USB storage devices.

 

Confronting Backup Challenges with Deduplication by  FalconStor Software


April 19, 2013 - This resource outlines FalconStor's deduplication solution, which brings immediate cost savings to any organization that needs high-performance access to data. Also, discover the findings that made this infographic possible from your peers through the IDG Research Services survey.

 

Confronting the Data Backup Challenge by  FalconStor Software


April 17, 2013 - This brief resource tackles the data backup challenge for IT managers – and provides the results taken by 215 of your IT peers in an IDG Research Services survey.

 

Confronting the Data Center Crisis: A Cost - Benefit Analysis of the IBM Computing on Demand (CoD) Cloud Offering by  IBM


December 03, 2010 - Through IBM client interviews across several industries and other industry and workload analyses, this paper examines the benefits and costs of IBM’s Computing on Demand cloud offering for high performance business and technical computing. Read now to learn more.

 

Confronting the Data Center Crisis: A Cost-- Benefit Analysis of the IBM Computing on Demand (CoD) Cloud Offering by  IBM


March 09, 2009 - Through IBM client interviews across several industries and other industry and workload analyses, this paper examines the benefits and costs of IBM's CoD offering for high performance business and technical computing.

 

Confronting the Immediacy of Now by  Infor


March 06, 2012 - Read this paper to learn how next-gen enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is faster than ever and can give your business a competitive edge when it comes to responding to customer requests, process speeds, and decision making.

 

Confused.com case study by  Sitecore


July 25, 2013 - Confused.com, a fast growing comparison website for insurance products in the UK, was outgrowing their legacy content management system (CMS). In this brief case study, discover how Confused.com implemented a web content management (WCM) technology in order to allow their entire team to easily make proactive and responsive changes to their site.

 

Connect and Empower Mobile Salespeople by  Oracle Corporation


June 10, 2009 - Read this white paper to learn how a lightweight mobile CRM application - more task - than system-focused - can actually provide useful information and encourage salespeople to utilize it.

 

Connect Once — Integrate Everywhere® by  Dell, Inc.


August 04, 2011 - Public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructures are continually gaining momentum throughout the enterprise computing community. Take a look at this exclusive resource to learn about Dell Boomi, one of the latest cloud integration products on the market.

 

Connect People with Collaborative Business Networks Through SaaS. Customer: Apex Supply Chain Technology by  IBM


September 27, 2013 - Now more than ever, business gets done through connections. Information sharing, community building, and collaborative planning are necessary ingredients for staying effective. View this webinar to learn how to unlock the value of SaaS.

 

Connect the Dots: Five tips on traceability to skillfully control change & improve quality by  Jama Software


August 18, 2011 - Companies with mature requirements management and traceability processes achieve 75% higher success rates. Change, if managed poorly, will wreak havoc on even the most talented and experienced development teams. Learn how traceability can benefit your team by helping you stay connected, manage change, improve quality, and more.

 

Connect the Online Customer Experience with Oracle WebCenter Sites by  Oracle Corporation


April 03, 2013 - This crucial webcast examines a web center that can help your business deliver an engaging and connecting online customer experience, separating you from other businesses in today's media-heavy world.

 

Connect Users Any Time, Everywhere-with Secure, Affordable Business IM by  WebEx Communications, Inc.


February 01, 2007 - Instant messaging (IM) improves productivity by enabling employees to communicate information directly from their desktops. Read this paper to learn how to improve collaboration while allowing for security, compliance and centralized administration.

 

Connect with Sage 200 Suite - How Sage 200 helps keeps your finances in check by  Sage Software


March 30, 2012 - Read this white paper to learn about a software suite that easily shares business intelligence (BI) and customer relation ship management (CRM) data throughout your business, is designed to grow with you, and is customized to suit your specific needs.

 

Connected Businesses Win by  Cisco Systems, Inc.


August 14, 2009 - For small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), networks can do more than simply connect machines. They also deliver voice (telephone) and video, and connect functions such as sales and bookkeeping to make business more efficient, collaborative, and profitable. Read this paper learn about core network components and benefits.

 

Connected enterprise is the key to collaboration and cutting costs by  ComputerWeekly.com


January 19, 2011 - This six-page Buyer’s Guide to Connected Enterprise explains how CIOs and senior IT professionals can harness connected enterprise to make their organisations more competitive through better responsiveness and decision making.

 
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