Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 29 October 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to several leading European banks to find out how they are using disruptive technologies to build a closer rapport with customers. We ask whether the release of Windows Server 2012 R2 means Microsoft is now ready to rival VMware for hybrid cloud and virtualisation projects. We assess the emerging leaders in the flash storage market. And we find out how one early adopter of Windows 8 tablets is using the mobile devices. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Is Microsoft's hybrid cloud a better choice compared to VMware?
by Cliff Saran
Windows Server 2012 R2, the next iteration of Microsoft's server operating system offers a hybrid cloud. Should organisations upgrade?
- Is Microsoft's hybrid cloud a better choice compared to VMware? by Cliff Saran
CIO interview: Dan West, group IT director, New Look
by Angelica Mari
As fashion retailer New Look continues its business turnaround and plans to launch in China, technology is playing a crucial role
- CIO interview: Dan West, group IT director, New Look by Angelica Mari
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A guide to flash storage and SSD fundamentals
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Delivering first-class IT at Royal Mail
In this week's Computer Weekly, we talk to Royal Mail CIO Catherine Doran as her five-year IT transformation plan comes to fruition. We review ...
A guide to hybrid flash storage arrays
In this special report we look at products that merge SSD and spinning disk, and key market trends. First up, Antony Adshead on the big six storage ...