Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 22 October 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out how new technologies are changing the way that businesses are run and employees are managed. Our new buyer’s guide looks at the options available for finance and insurance in IT and how it can help mitigate against cyber security risks. We report from VMware’s European user conference and hear how desktop virtualisation is helping Hertz cut its IT support costs. And we examine the data management issues raised by the consumerisation of IT. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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802.11ac is powerful – but don’t get ahead of yourself
by Gina Narcisi
802.11ac range is shorter than previous Wi-Fi standards. Enterprises can overcome range shortcomings with range extenders, additional access points.
- 802.11ac is powerful – but don’t get ahead of yourself by Gina Narcisi
VDI thin clients save Hertz time, support and energy across Europe
by Cliff Saran
Car rental firm Hertz is using VMware to virtualise 4,000 PCs across its European operations
- VDI thin clients save Hertz time, support and energy across Europe by Cliff Saran
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The major recruitment, skills and career development issues facing today's IT leaders
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