Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 08 April 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, cloud users are set to benefit from cheaper services as Google and Amazon start a price war. The mainframe is still not dead yet – we look at 50 years of the IBM mainframe. And we assess the latest attempt to encourage overseas IT experts to fill the UK’s skills shortages. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Is the government doing enough to encourage digital international talent to the UK?
by Caroline Baldwin
Last week, the government made a series of changes to the immigration rules which it hoped would help UK businesses employ skilled workers from overseas
How London Met improves students’ job prospects with IBM Academic Skills Cloud
by Archana Venkatraman
London Metropolitan University's Faculty of Business & Law implemented IBM Academic Skills Cloud to improve the prospects of its students
- Is the government doing enough to encourage digital international talent to the UK? by Caroline Baldwin
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Staying the course as a CIO
In this extract from his book, Staying the Course as a CIO, Jonathan M. Mitchell looks at the challenges of managing IT projects.
Government backs tech in 2015 Budget
In this week's Computer Weekly, chancellor George Osborne's 2015 Budget was the most technology friendly ever – we examine the key policy ...