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How cloud keeps train passengers informed in a storm
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out how UK National Rail Enquiries looked to cloud technology after its popular travel information service was overwhelmed by bad weather. We analyse telecoms regulator Ofcom’s review of the broadband market and examine the future for BT’s Openreach division. And top CIOs share their tips on how best to use internal staff and external partners to bridge the skills gap. Read the issue now.
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The National Rail Enquiries website took a battering in the wake of the 2013 St. Jude’s storm, prompting the organisation to rethink its hosting and load-testing procedures
After Ofcom's decision to leave Openreach in BT, what happens next – and how will the UK reap the benefits of superfast broadband?
With the datacentre industry’s sustainability habits coming under increasingly close scrutiny, we find out why operators are not rushing to reuse their waste heat