Category: ComputerWeekly

Post Office scandal victims in Scotland have convictions quashed
14
Jun
2024

Post Office scandal victims in Scotland have convictions quashed

Former subpostmasters and Post Office branch staff who were wrongfully convicted of crimes based on flawed computer evidence in Scotland…

AI’s environmental cost could outweigh sustainability benefits
13
Jun
2024

AI’s environmental cost could outweigh sustainability benefits

The potential of artificial intelligence (AI) to help companies measure and optimise their sustainability efforts could be outweighed by the…

General election 2024: Labour promises to boost digital infrastructure
13
Jun
2024

General election 2024: Labour promises to boost digital infrastructure

The Labour Party manifesto for the 2024 general election has promised to support the tech and digital sectors through a…

Black Basta ransomware crew may be exploiting Microsoft zero-day
13
Jun
2024

Black Basta ransomware crew may be exploiting Microsoft zero-day

A vulnerability in the Microsoft Windows Error Reporting Service, which was identified and patched three months ago in the March…

Data leakage in the cloud – can data truly be safe in the cloud?
13
Jun
2024

Data leakage in the cloud – can data truly be safe in the cloud?

As organisations store and process data in the cloud, there are increasing concerns from administrators, data owners and CISOs’ around…

Best practices to beat container misconfiguration
13
Jun
2024

Best practices to beat container misconfiguration

He urges IT decision-makers to strategise better and only shift what is optimum for the new environment – transforming assets…

VMware/Broadcom: Prepare for legacy support
13
Jun
2024

VMware/Broadcom: Prepare for legacy support

Broadcom’s $69bn acquisition of VMware last year follows on from a number of smaller but significant software acquisitions the company…

Tech industry losing steam for DE&I, finds TTC report
13
Jun
2024

Tech industry losing steam for DE&I, finds TTC report

While the technology industry has made progress with diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) initiatives over the past five years, carelessness,…

Q&A: Adalbjorn Thorolfsson on IT project management in Iceland
13
Jun
2024

Q&A: Adalbjorn Thorolfsson on IT project management in Iceland

The Icelandic Project Management Association was founded in 1984 by engineers and, as such, was initially focused on engineering projects….

Nordic innovators look to revive the zombie subscriber population
12
Jun
2024

Nordic innovators look to revive the zombie subscriber population

Consumers’ eagerness to consume content, and fickleness as to where they consume it, has led to the rise of the…

CIO interview: Career progression and business alignment
12
Jun
2024

CIO interview: Career progression and business alignment

Ash Cooper never really had aspirations to be a CIO. He began work over 20 years ago in IT with…

CMA working paper outlines concerns about Microsoft’s competitive hold on UK cloud market
12
Jun
2024

CMA working paper outlines concerns about Microsoft’s competitive hold on UK cloud market

The interim findings of the Competition and Markets Authority’s (CMA’s) investigation into Microsoft’s cloud software licensing strategy should be a…