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Computer Weekly - 20 August 2013

In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at the benefits of gamification, the trend for corporate software to use techniques developed for computer games. After the Prism internet surveillance scandal, Switzerland hopes to exploit its neutrality to become a safe location for cloud services – we assess its chances. And we talk to an NHS CIO about the challenges of delivering the government’s goal for a paperless health service. Read the issue now.  Access >>>

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