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Modernising IT at the Bank of England
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to the Bank of England as it starts the modernisation programme for its core system – one that the UK economy relies on. We look at the rise of DevSecOps and how it can help deal with increasingly complex security threats. And we examine the different approaches to storage for structured and unstructured data. Read the issue now.
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The Bank of England will migrate from its current core settlement system with a 'big-bang' migration before the end of 2025
The increasing complexity of security threats facing enterprises is leading to DevSecOps approaches, which combine operations and development with security, so that all business units are involved in security operations
Structured data is declining as a proportion of all data but its importance to business applications and its organised nature make its storage requirements very specific