Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 16 July 2013
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to the Royal Opera House about how using public cloud boosted ticket sales and improved performance of its IT infrastructure. We examine why agile development failed in the government's flagship Universal Credit welfare programme. And we analyse the real risks of sweating your IT assets. Access >>>
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CIO interview: Steve Monaghan, IT & e-commerce director, Waterstones
by Angelica Mari
After a year of turmoil caused by migration away from HMV, the IT team at Waterstones is finally finding room to think about strategy
- CIO interview: Steve Monaghan, IT & e-commerce director, Waterstones by Angelica Mari
Why agile development failed for Universal Credit
by Mark Ballard
The DWP has ceased all agile development on the Universal Credit programme. Was agile not up to the job? Or was DWP not up to agile?
- Why agile development failed for Universal Credit by Mark Ballard
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