Over the past few years, IT strategies have become more data-centric. We look at how this has played out in 2022, with AI deployments
We look at the main trends driving desktop computing and end-user computing this year
The energy crisis has wreaked havoc on the UK datacentre market in various ways this year, with supply and pricing issues blighting operators and their business interests
It’s clear that sustainability is going to be one of the key areas the channel and IT vendors will need to focus on next year
Artificial intelligence will enable developers to learn at their own pace and become more productive rather than take over their jobs, says GitHub CEO Thomas Dohmke
BT takes next-gen mobile connectivity a stage further with a 5G pilot scheme to enhance coverage and connectivity in key UK city enabling local customers to access faster, more reliable speeds
As a new year looms, defence firm BAE Systems has plans to add more than 2,500 apprentices to its workforce across the UK in 2023
Security experts weigh in on how the OT security landscape has evolved over the last decade, and where it could be going next as threats continue to mount.
In addition to a month full of unexpected trends in both threat group activity and targeted sectors, NCC Group warned organizations to be aware of an increase in DDoS attacks.
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 telecoms stories of 2022
There’s a seismic shift to the cloud. In its wake, object storage, unstructured data, analytics, unified file and object, and consumption models of procurement have all been boosted
We look at how software development has adapted to the changing economic climate over the past 12 months
The implementation of the UK government’s IR35 reforms has continued to generate headlines for Computer Weekly in 2022
The government’s Help to Grow: Digital scheme, which aimed to help small businesses access productivity-enhancing software, has been closed, to the disappointment of TechUK
BT-owned mobile division announces first outdoor 4G and 5G small cell network in the UK capable of hosting all four mobile network operators from day one through bespoke technical solution and centralised radio access network
TSB has been fined nearly £50m due to failings during its IT migration catastrophe
Challenger bank Atom has formalised a four-day working week policy after a successful trial
UK’s largest independent broadband infrastructure provider rounds off hugely active year by successfully completing full-fibre network roll-out in large parts of East Luton, including Stopsley and Wigmore
Arista's new switches provide more options for enterprises and higher speeds for bandwidth-hungry hyperscalers. The latest hardware is generally available.
No attacks resulting from the malicious Python package have been recorded to date. However, according to PyPI, more than 1,000 users had downloaded it before it was taken down.
Despite the tumultuous economic landscape, the UK has maintained its spot as having the number one tech sector in Europe, with its impressive investment figures
Computer Weekly looks at what 2022 had in store for the retail industry – after the pandemic increasing technology adoption for most of the retail sector, what have firms put in place to survive the next few years?
Looking back at the skills and hiring landscape in 2022, Computer Weekly shares the key moments for IT careers and skills over the past 12 months
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 cloud stories of 2021
Channel player continues to invest in its relationship with Microsoft and gain more expertise
Free Ingest encourages the vendor's customers to use its data import tools, rather than a third party's, to reduce the complexity and improve the security of data management.
The analytics vendor and open source tool have already developed integrations that combine self-service BI and semantic modeling, and now plan to fine-tune their functionality.
CrowdStrike is urging organizations to apply the latest Microsoft Exchange updates after investigations revealed attackers developed a bypass for ProxyNotShell mitigations.
A coding boot camp can jumpstart a career in tech, but only for those willing to go the extra mile. Here's how two non-developers fared in a four-week web development boot camp.
Cloud Flex Storage by VMware provides to customers of VMware Cloud on AWS a managed storage service with cloud console provisioning.
From misinformation and disinformation in the war in Ukraine to James Earl Jones lending his voice to voice cloning, these are the most notable stories of the year.
We recap the top 10 stories in Australia and New Zealand, including the opportunities and challenges that organisations in the region have faced over the past year
With fewer tools and data repositories to wrangle and Elastic cluster management outsourced to SaaS, Dish Media's ops teams reduced toil and achieved proactive incident response.
Major antitrust cases are expected to play out in 2023 while federal regulators consider new interpretations of existing antitrust laws to broaden enforcement capabilities.
Cyber crime continued to hit the headlines in 2022, with impactful cyber attacks abounding, digitally enabled fraud ever more widespread and plenty of ransomware incidents
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 crime, national security and law stories of 2022
The war in Ukraine loomed large over the cyber security news agenda, but 2022 also saw growing awareness of open source security, discussion around cyber insurance, and more besides
Cloud incident response supplier Mitiga has said a new AWS feature has led to a vulnerability that could allow hackers to access and steal Elastic IP addresses and gain control over AWS accounts
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 2022
Workday has tapped Carl Eschenbach, Sequoia Capital and VMware veteran, to work with co-CEO Aneel Bhusri for a year before taking on the chief executive role alone.
The gender gap in the UK’s tech sector has persisted for many years, but BCS has found figures to suggest more women are choosing computing at degree level
UK infrastructure operators see year of massive traffic driven by major events such as the Queen’s funeral, live sport and online gaming, and get ready for further network peaks across the Christmas period
The National Crime Agency argued at the Investigatory Powers Tribunal that expert evidence it agreed to ‘take as read’ is limited, flawed and often based on an incorrect interpretation of the law
As companies adopt measures to improve sustainability goals, enterprise applications can play a key role. But these efforts must also make economic sense to be successful.
RackTop Systems and Seagate are offering more in turnkey storage appliances and private cloud integration, combining security software into primary storage devices.
We recap the top 10 stories in India, including the digitisation work undertaken by global firms in the country and the progress made by local enterprises in harnessing technology
Computer Weekly talks to more IT leaders than any other publication, so we can share insights into the latest in strategy and best practice from the top CIOs, CTOs and CDOs
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 Benelux articles of 2022
Here are Computer Weekly’s top 10 financial services IT articles of 2022, looking back at the moves and changes over the past year