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New report: Lockdown and the IT department

New report: Lockdown and the IT department

New report brings together the findings of our global research study into how the coronavirus lockdown is impacting IT.

Asia: IT infrastructure problems may get fixed post-pandemic

Asia: IT infrastructure problems may get fixed post-pandemic

We discuss our Asian and African coronavirus research findings.

Europe: Pandemic highlights regional IT cracks

Europe: Pandemic highlights regional IT cracks

We examine our European coronavirus research findings

North America: Tech is the pandemic answer but IT still clawing for cash

North America: Tech is the pandemic answer but IT still clawing for cash

We examine our North American coronavirus research findings.

New research: Lack of recognition burns IT during lockdown

New research: Lack of recognition burns IT during lockdown

IDG Connect coronavirus research looks at how the lockdown is impacting IT - part two looks at the comments

New research: Global IT feels the strain of lockdown

New research: Global IT feels the strain of lockdown

IDG Connect coronavirus research study looks at how the lockdown is impacting IT - part one covers the data.

Staying connected in locked down South Africa

Staying connected in locked down South Africa

Adrian Schofield shares his perspective on connectivity and ICT in South Africa.

Cracking encryption: Lessons from a homemade quantum emulator

Cracking encryption: Lessons from a homemade quantum emulator

A homemade quantum emulator - built as a PR exercise - may have valuable implications for the infosec industry.

Skype me: How military-banned Zoom wins in the age of Covid-19

Skype me: How military-banned Zoom wins in the age of Covid-19

The surge in people working from home means video conferencing tools have really taken off - but how secure are they?

Cyberlag: African security is as lax as its weakest link

Cyberlag: African security is as lax as its weakest link

More regulation is needed to tighten African cybersecurity.

International Women's Day: PhotoShop, Google Docs and the quest for diversity

International Women's Day: PhotoShop, Google Docs and the quest for diversity

There's still a long way to go before we close the gender gap, but some progress is being made.

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