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Computer Weekly - 19 November 2013

In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at how startups are stimulating the networking market and how the public sector is facing up to BYOD hurdles. Experience contributor Adrian Bridgwater also brings you our Buyer’s Guide to testing and code quality before we assess video and voice communication options in web browsers.   Access >>>

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