Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 07 January 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at why IT giants like Microsoft and Google are building datacentres in the Nordic region, and what benefits a similar move could bring to corporate CIOs. Windows XP support ends in just three months’ time – our buyer’s guide examines what you need to do if you’re still using the operating system. And the CIO of Ikea talks about the challenges of international multichannel retail. Read the issue now Access >>>
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Where is Satyam now? Well, it’s not Satyam for a start
by Karl Flinders
Satyam, which was rescued from collapse in 2009, has plans for restoring its position as a top-tier Indian IT services provider
CIO interview: Paolo Cinelli, CIO, Ikea
by Caroline Baldwin
Ikea's priority is to get closer to its customers using a multi-channel approach which combines digital and traditional methods
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