Indonesian e-commerce giant Tokopedia has consolidated its observability capabilities on a single cloud-based platform, enabling it to improve customer service and identify infrastructure issues
Key articles from 2021 that highlight the link between ransomware and snapshots and backup and their role in repelling attacks, plus effects of the pandemic on backup and recovery
This year, artificial intelligence has moved to operationalisation, explainability and regulatory frameworks. Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 artificial intelligence stories for 2021
IT specialists who are from under-represented groups in the UK’s technology sector are less likely to hold higher-up roles, or to be in permanent positions
The Finnish government launches two transformation projects as part of the country’s mission to pioneer a digital economy
Government departments landed with tax bills totalling just over £120m over contractor IR35 status errors, despite receiving HMRC guidance and training
AWS plans to rearchitect its support system to run across multiple regions to prevent a future hours-long outage. Also, it will release an updated Service Health Dashboard.
Many organizations are focused on finding and patching Log4Shell, but there are other vulnerabilities, including Patch Tuesday bugs, already under active exploitation.
While the full extent of impact won't be revealed until the lawsuit concludes, negative impacts on security researchers are possible.
Oracle plans to acquire Cerner in a deal valued at about $30B. The second-largest EHR vendor in the U.S. could inject new life into Oracle's data and cloud businesses.
The Log4j 2.17.0 update is the third of its kind since Log4Shell was disclosed and the mass exploitation began. Versions 2.15.0 and 2.16.0 patched remote code execution bugs.
A group of hackers based in Russia and tied to the GRU stand accused of breaking into companies and using confidential data to profit from illegal stock trades.
Nearly half of organisations in India are expected to spend more on cloud services, underscoring the growing cloud-first mindset that is taking root in the subcontinent
The latest Computer Weekly IT Priorities survey shows that secure connectivity and cloud remain at the core of enterprises’ needs for the foreseeable future
Key articles from 2021 that demonstrate the growing importance of cloud storage and disaster recovery, but also the snags that lead to cloud repatriation and difficulties restoring from the cloud
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 telecoms stories of 2021
Business recovery is leading to more emphasis on software projects. Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 software development stories for 2021
Technology has been central to the National Health Service response to the Covid-19 pandemic – we look back at the stories that made the headlines on 2021
The UK tech sector has achieved record growth in the past 12 months after the Covid pandemic paused investment
IT services and BPO deals worth $18.5bn globally up for renewal next year, adding fuel to already-expected high growth
Comms tech provider replaces incumbent supplier in enabling Baltic telco to swap out existing 4G network nationwide with 5G AirScale portfolio and develop O-RAN ecosystem
Oracle has bought healthcare IT provider Cerner for $28.3bn, in a major push into healthcare. It is its largest acquisition since NetSuite for $9.3bn in 2016
Gartner predicts a major acceleration in the use of digital currencies over the next couple of years
Mobile operators’ deal gives their customers coverage across London Underground with connectivity to ticket halls, platforms and tunnels
New disaster recovery products attracted the site's most page views in 2021, indicating disaster recovery planning is top of mind with cloud-native protection.
Undertaking SOC 2 audits in a serverless security environment came with up-front challenges, but the company's former chief security architect predicts long-term advantages.
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 ANZ IT stories of 2021
‘New era’ full-fibre network operator obtains nine-figure investment from independent transatlantic investment firm to deliver wholesale, residential and business connectivity
Cyber crime hit new heights and drew more attention than ever in 2021. We look back at the biggest stories of the year
Computer Weekly selects 10 key stories from the financial services IT sector over the past year
Office work has largely remained hybrid this year. Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 end-user computing stories of 2021
Technology is an increasingly important part of government policy in the UK – while the digital transformation of the public sector continued during 2021, albeit slowly in some places
Leading IT and communications technology provider ends 2021 in a flurry, with services for leading Japanese operator’s standalone 5G
Retailer is building up a data science capability that includes a Master’s degree-level apprenticeship as well as making data literacy a common currency up and down the organisation
Predicted trends for 2022 include rising adoption of automated insight delivery and augmented analytics capabilities, including natural language processing and AutoML.
Virgin Media O2 reveals performance data showing 2021 was a record year for data consumption
A lengthy outage for AWS in December brought many enterprise apps and services to a halt, but it also provided a moment of reflection on DR plans and data availability.
The gig work model may expand into jobs occupied by full- and part-time workers. It is helping one HR manager in an industry where hiring has become difficult because of COVID-19.
Burnout has surged during the pandemic, and the inability to fully disconnect from work isn't helping. Tech firms will continue addressing the problem in 2022.
Codecademy, a software development learning platform with 40 million users worldwide, is being acquired by Skillsoft, a learning platform focused on the corporate market.
Survey finds that even though almost one in five UK broadband users have never switched provider, unprecedented numbers are set to migrate for the first time
As the year draws to a close, Computer Weekly looks over some of the notable stories relating to women in tech, diversity and inclusion throughout 2021
The Middle East is about more than oil these days, with advanced technology industries developing across the region. Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 Middle East IT stories of 2021
Cyber security dominated the headlines in 2021, making it hard to gain a clear picture of what to pay attention to. What is an IT buyer to do?
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 cloud stories of 2021
The acquisition is expected to help the vendor advance its AI platform with process discovery, while giving it a well-rounded product in time for its public offering.
Leading car manufacturer is adopting 3DEXPERIENCE on the cloud globally to power the next phase of its mobility journey and develop programmes for new vehicles and mobility services
Latest part of programme to accelerate gigabit broadband across the UK will see it included in new-build homes
Video conferencing and livestreaming over mobile have entered the mainstream, but speed testing finds many users suffer from connectivity issues that prevent them from making full use of these services
The FBI said a vulnerability in the ManageEngine Desktop Central IT management tool is being used by APT actors in targeted network attacks dating back to October.
As sleigh bells ring, Avaya’s OneCloud contact centre services let you chart Father Christmas’s journey
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 ASEAN IT stories of 2021
The extension of the IR35 reforms to the private sector in April 2021 has provided Computer Weekly with lots to write about this year
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 networking stories of 2021