Computer Weekly Buyer's Guide to client computing
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In this 10-page buyer’s guide, Computer Weekly looks at Windows 8 and the complexities of mobile working, the benefits to the business of an enhanced user experience and the shift from the 9-to-5 office desk to IT delivered over a variety of devices, anytime, anywhere.  Access >>>

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  • Mixed feelings towards Windows 8 in enterprise.
  • How improved user experience yields returns on investment
  • Workplace IT services in flux: wherever, whenever, whatever

 

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