Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 04 March 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO at the UN High Commission for Refugees about the vital role that technology plays in supporting its aid programmes. We hear from IT leaders who are ditching BlackBerry – but moving to Windows Phone instead. And we look at how to choose the best hybrid cloud provider. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Is second-hand software illegal?
by Cliff Saran
The action by Federation Against Software Theft to suspend one of its members confuses users over legal second-hand user licences
Are businesses turning to Windows Phone instead of BlackBerry?
by Caroline Baldwin
It's been a year since BlackBerry tried to reclaim the smartphone market with the BB10 operating system and the Z10 and qwerty Q10 handsets
- Is second-hand software illegal? by Cliff Saran
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