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  • October 01, 2018 01 Oct'18

    Keeping Commvault on its toes in ASEAN

    Backup and data protection software supplier is going after mid-sized companies and renewing its focus on partners to make deeper inroads in Southeast Asia

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  • September 30, 2018 30 Sep'18

    Openreach completes largest Tupe transfer in history

    More than 30,000 BT employees have transferred across to the quasi-independent Openreach, completing what is thought to be the largest one-off Tupe transfer in history

  • September 30, 2018 30 Sep'18

    UKtech50 2018 – help us find the most influential people in UK IT

    Computer Weekly’s annual search for the 50 most influential people in UK IT is on – let us know who you would like to nominate for this year's list

  • September 28, 2018 28 Sep'18

    EU sees eIDAS regulation come into full force

    A regulation aimed at cutting red tape to enable a digital single market in Europe will soon be in full force, but it could present some challenges to the UK after Brexit

  • September 28, 2018 28 Sep'18

    Data analytics cuts queues and flight delays at Rome’s Fiumicino Airport

    Aeroporti di Roma’s CIO, Emiliano Sorrenti, describes how the city’s main airport is using data analytics technology to reduce delays and queue times, securing it an industry award for customer service

  • September 28, 2018 28 Sep'18

    No let-up in digital banking glitches as TSB and HSBC customers are hit on payday

    Online and mobile app banking outages continue to increase in regularity as TSB and HSBC customers report problems