Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 04 February 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, a small Lancashire village is at the centre of a row over rural broadband – we examine the complex arguments on both sides of an issue that goes to the heart of criticisms of the UK’s roll-out plan. The move to cloud and hosting is changing the market for datacentre technologies – we look at the implications for IT managers. Have you heard of Sepa? We explain why you need to know about the upcoming financial regulation. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Case study: Berkshire NHS adopts 4G for home visits
by Jennifer Scott
The Foundation Trust enables its nurses to access and update patient records on the move with 4G mobile Wi-Fi from EE
CIO interview: Peter O’Rourke, director of IT, University Campus Suffolk
by Caroline Baldwin
Peter O’Rourke, IT director at University Campus Suffolk, is looking to students to shape the university’s IT infrastructure
- Case study: Berkshire NHS adopts 4G for home visits by Jennifer Scott
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