The Government Digital Service (GDS) plans to update its technology code of practice and asks stakeholders for feedback
Research by Tech London Advocates finds that only 23% of technology companies have gender diverse teams at senior management level
If successful, trial would prove that datacentres can function optimally at temperatures of up to 38°C and humidity of up to, or exceeding, 90%
The average cost of a data breach to Australian organisations dropped in 2015, according to research
Capita acquires Trustmarque to bolster its software licensing capabilities across private and public sector customers
Most of the recommendations of a government committee inquiry into the TalkTalk breach have been welcomed, but pundits have expressed reservations about some, particularly proposed new fines
With a move away from SOA-based architectures, along with the container adoption trend, it's not surprising to see more and more people talking about Docker microservices.
By making it easier for clients to acquire a Docker image, IBM hopes to see more enterprises adopting a container-based development strategy.
Operation teams are always concerned about software vulnerabilities, but at DockerCon 2016, vendors are working hard to allay those Docker security concerns.
The Lower Colorado River Authority’s chief administrative officer urges enterprises to balance the risks of using the internet of things with the benefits connected devices can bring
Pica8 introduces open switching OS for 25/50/100 GbE. The use of higher throughput switching is growing in mega data centers.
Hyper-converged infrastructure maker Nutanix adds container support with persistent storage, offers block iSCSI storage for physical servers and allows all-flash across the product range
Many organizations are moving away from the big, monolithic server stacks and are instead building serverless architectures with Docker and microservices.
At DockerCon 2016, the big trend from exhibitors is the container as a service, creating a smooth path for Docker adoption.
Software containers are a powerful technology, but, finally, Docker tools for Windows and Mac will bring usability to the masses.
This week, bloggers explore Avaya VSP updates, the federal Software Assurance Marketplace and packet loss with TCP.
Computer Weekly announces its top 50 list of the most influential women in UK IT, including 2016 winner Maggie Philbin
Computer Weekly reveals the judges’ choice for the 2016 most influential women in UK IT Rising Stars. Special thanks to the Salesforce Foundation for extending its support to our 2016 Rising Stars