Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 25 March 2014
In this week's Computer Weekly, we examine the latest moves to encourage children to learn to code, to help avoid future skills shortages. Facebook's Open Compute Project is bringing open source to the datacentre – we look at what it means for IT. And we profile Salesforce.com as the SaaS firm celebrates its 15th birthday. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Does Gigaclear’s broadband win show new direction for BDUK?
by Jennifer Scott
Why Gigaclear's rural broadband contract win could signal a change of direction for the future of the BDUK project
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Salesforce.com: a CIO's friend or foe?
by Cliff Saran
SaaS company Salesforce.com has recently celebrated its 15th birthday. We look at its strategy and the impact on corporate IT
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