Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 26 November 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to the London researchers developing multi-sensory communications via wearable mobile devices and find out about the real-life business applications of the technology. We report from the Gartner Symposium on how CIOs are turning away from traditional IT suppliers to seek better innovation from smaller companies. And we look at the role of the IT leader and the IT department in 2020. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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City University London explores multi-sensory human communication via mobile
by Karl Flinders
Researchers at City University are in talks with the finance sector about using wearable technology to provide traders with real-time data
CIO Interview: Ann-Marie Rafferty, head of IT, Access, on partnership models
by Cliff Saran
Ann-Marie Rafferty, who heads up IT for the partnership between Serco and Glasgow council, discusses strategic frameworks
- City University London explores multi-sensory human communication via mobile by Karl Flinders
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