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Organisations are ready to adopt DevOps to power digital transformation

Large and small organisations across Europe have shown a significant interest in implementing a DevOps approach to deliver application improvements and create new applications. A Vanson Bourne study for Claranet, based on interviews with 750 senior IT and digital decision-makers in Europe, reported that 63% plan to introduce DevOps in the next few years.… Read More »

Openreach to cut wholesale broadband costs for CSP customers

National broadband network builder Openreach is aiming to slash the wholesale costs of fibre-to-the-cabinet (FTTC) and fibre-to-the-premises (FTTP) broadband services to give its communication service provider (CSP) customers an incentive to upgrade their users to super- and ultrafast broadband. The offer will be made open to all CSP customers, including smaller altnets, who will… Read More »

Nordnet drops AI assistant while SEB deepens collaboration

Nordnet’s decision to discontinue development and use of cognitive agent Amelia in its evolving artificial intelligence (AI) services framework is a setback for supplier IPsoft in Sweden. IPSoft can however take comfort from the fact that another Swedish bank, SEB, appears generally pleased with Amelia’s functionality and overall performance to date. SEB plans to… Read More »

What the ICO’s Facebook fine teaches us

Much of the commentary about the European Union’s (EU’s) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) involves the increased fines that the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) can levy. There was an assumption that the ICO would use these powers regularly and punitively. But the decision by the ICO to issue Facebook the maximum available fine –… Read More »

Building intelligent aircraft engines with AI and analytics

Thank you for joining! Access your Pro+ Content below. 24 July 2018 Building intelligent aircraft engines with AI and analytics Share this item with your network: In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to UK manufacturer Rolls-Royce about using artificial intelligence, sensor technology and data analytics to build intelligent aircraft engines. Our latest buyer’s guide… Read More »

European infrastructure cloud deals grow, as contract sizes shrink

The combined value of outsourcing contracts in the UK has halved since 2017, due to organisations signing smaller deals, according to advisory service Information Services Group (ISG). Infrastructure as a service offerings experienced the biggest increase, growing from $0.8bn to $2.1bn since the first half of 2017. The value of software as a service contracts rose… Read More »