Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 25 February 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the recent IT problems at high-street banks, and find out how outsourcing led to the loss of vital legacy IT skills. We ask what role wearable technology could have in enterprise IT. We take an in-depth look at the tools for using Microsoft Azure for building hybrid clouds. And we analyse the storage infrastructure challenges from introducing desktop virtualisation. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Can wearable technology fit the enterprise agenda?
by Cliff Saran
Over the next few years wearable tech is expected to make an impact both in the consumer and enterprise market. CIOs should consider the implications
- Can wearable technology fit the enterprise agenda? by Cliff Saran
Rubber and plastics converter Miers chooses Business One on Hana
by Brian McKenna
LJA Miers, a family-run company that turns rubber and plastic into gaskets and seals, has chosen SAP’s Business One, running on the supplier’s in-memory database Hana, to re-cast its business
- Rubber and plastics converter Miers chooses Business One on Hana by Brian McKenna
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