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'We've seen more innovation in six weeks than in the past 10 years,' says one CIO, as Computing speaks to some of the UK’s top IT leaders to find out what they’ll be bringing from the COVID-19 pandemic into the post-lockdown world
When migrating to the cloud-based storage to support homeworking, it's important to keep an eye on latency and read times
Recent growth has put immense pressure on Zoom to increase its service capacity
Telemetry can open a window on the murky world of fleet vehicle usage, says Total WayKonect
Researchers train AI to spot difference between bots and human users on Twitter based on their activity patterns
Real users tend to respond more frequently to tweets from other users compared to bots
Computing examines the tools and strategies needed to keep the business functioning in extraordinary times, including a rundown of the most popular unified communications and video conferencing solutions
No single vendor can provide a complete edge computing solution - the edge requires collaboration
Managing storage for large, complex distributed containerised applications is a whole different game; industry insiders discuss how the options stack up
Computing examines the pandemic crisis and identifies key trends likely to continue long after the lockdown ends
Nick Folkes, Group CIO of G4S, explains that his organisation has benefited from its long-term digital transformation programme, with most services already in the cloud. But there were significant challenges early on in the lockdown period, especially...
Geoff Hedges, digital transformation manager at Worcestershire County Council explains how his organisation is keeping processes running smoothly whilst adding additional services to help both internal and external customers - all whilst ensuring morale...
The new processors will provide twice the number of available cores per server compared to previous versions
Could the coronavirus outbreak instigate a broader change for the better in society? Professor Peter Cochrane believes it could
Hillarys’ Head of ICT Julian Bond talks to Computing about how the UK-based manufacturer responded to the coronavirus crisis – culminating this week in the government-ordered lockdown
The space agency is set to increase its storage by 215 petabytes, but failed to factor in the costs to retrieve that data from the cloud
AECOM-IBM outsourcing deal 'working well' and the 'IBM support team makes the work go smoothly'
The deadly virus has already killed more over 6,300 people worldwide