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Digital giving – transforming Save the Children with technology
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to global charity Save the Children to find out how digital technology is helping to transform its work in improving children’s lives. We go behind the scenes at the UK’s most secretive court as it discusses bulk data surveillance of citizens by the UK intelligence services. And we analyse the often contradictory experiences of firms implementing SAP’s Hana in-memory database platform. Read the issue now.
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The global CIO at Save the Children discusses why one size never really fits all and how IT is transforming to provide digital initiatives
Britain's most secretive court combined the surreal with the deadly serious, as it debated the legality of bulk data collection by MI5, MI6 and GCHQ
Whether it’s the IoT, cloud, mobility, big data or analytics, there is always something new to grapple with. Attendees found out how to keep up at Cisco Live in Las Vegas