Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 17 December 2013
In this week’s issue of Computer Weekly, we examine whether former Sybase chief, John Chen, will be able to stem the decline of BlackBerry and reinvent the the smartphone maker as a software business for the “bring your own device” (BYOD) era. Our buyer’s guide to the internet of things concludes with a look at how universal connectivity will yield insights in fields as diverse as aviation and hospitality. And we analyse Google’s attempts to compete with Amazon Web Services in public cloud. Access >>>
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UK citizen sues Microsoft over Prism private data leak to NSA
by Fiona O’Cleirigh
A court action brought in the UK will test Microsoft's legal right to disclose private data on UK citizens to US intelligence services
How endemic is IT underinvestment in UK retail banking?
by Karl Flinders
The Royal Bank of Scotland has failed to invest properly in its IT system, but it is not alone
- UK citizen sues Microsoft over Prism private data leak to NSA by Fiona O’Cleirigh
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