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By Simon Quicke Apr 13, 2016

Computer says no

Billy MacInnes muses non the flipside to everything being connected and wonders what happens when things get turned off Continue Reading


By Trevor Pott Evaluate Apr 01, 2016

An exploration of the different types of cloud computing

From provisioning to monitoring resources, automation plays an essential role in the functions of all three types of cloud computing. Continue Reading


By Brian McKenna Mar 15, 2016

CW@50: 1966 - Computer Weekly goes to bat for the British computer industry

Launched in 1966 as part of a modernising wave to change British society, Computer Weekly battled for the nation’s industry against the US, and saw IT as an entry ticket to the Common Market Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran Mar 15, 2016


By Adrian Bridgwater News Jan 11, 2016

What is a cloud computing storm?

What is a cloud computing 'storm' -- if such a term exists... and what are its implications for software application developers working in newly virtualised platform environments? Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran Mar 09, 2016

Hyperscale computing boosts server revenue

The likes of Google, Facebook and Microsoft have bolstered server sales as they build increasingly powerful scale-out datacentres Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford Mar 08, 2016

Ransomware migrates to Apple Mac computers

Apple Mac users and security professionals must be more vigilant with the discovery of what is believed to be the first Mac OS X ransomware in the wild Continue Reading


By Dan Sullivan Evaluate Mar 03, 2016

How to squash security concerns with cloud computing

Despite cloud's benefits, some enterprises still aren't convinced it's a secure IT option. Here are some tips to sway even the biggest cloud security skeptics. Continue Reading


By Sue Troy Manage Apr 29, 2016

Mobile and cloud computing: Today's center of innovation?

Consultant Bob Egan says that companies need to spend money on mobile cloud not just because it's beneficial to productivity but because it's required to keep up with competitors. Continue Reading