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How the Science Museum is moving to the digital age
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out how London’s Science Museum is dealing with legacy IT to move into the age of digital and data. We examine Nationwide Building Society’s move to cloud and DevOps to transform its operations. And we look at how technologies such as machine learning and blockchain are helping to automate global supply chains. Read the issue now.
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CIO interview: Jason Oliver, ICT director, Science Museum Group
The Science Museum’s outgoing ICT director talks about improving data, dealing with legacy systems and digitising the museum’s collection
Nationwide Building Society banks on AWS and DevOps for customer-led digital revamp
Nationwide Building Society is in the throes of a cloud and DevOps-focused effort to re-platform its digital banking and mortgage services, its director of mobile and digital, James Smith, tells Computer Weekly
Trust and openness vital to get benefits from supply chain automation
Supply chain automation is benefiting from new technological developments, such as blockchain, 5G and machine learning – as companies such as Maersk, Opel and Nestlé are proving