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IT rules the waves in the Volvo Ocean Race
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we go behind the scenes at the Volvo Ocean Race to see the technology connecting fans and organisers to the seven yachts on a 45,000-mile round-the-world voyage. A newly discovered security vulnerability puts every Wi-Fi network at risk of attack – we examine the problem and the solutions. And we find out how the Mercedes F1 team used big data analytics to win this year’s F1 constructors’ championship. Read the issue now.
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As seven yachts compete in the latest Volvo Ocean Race, the IT team supporting the event is engaged in a race of its own
The discovery of a vulnerability affecting the WPA2 Wi-Fi security standard has people in a spin. But how serious is it really, and what basic steps can you take to keep your network safe from a Krack attack?
Data analytics could help Mercedes-AMG Petronas Motorsport team gain an edge on rival Ferrari during the 2017 and 2018 Grand Prix season. Its head of IT, Matt Harris, reveals the team’s plans