Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 15 April
In this week’s Computer Weekly, the NSA/GCHQ snooping scandal has added to concerns about security of virtual private networks (VPNs) – we find out how IT chiefs should respond to the threat. Windows XP support has now ended – we look at what it means for the remaining users of Microsoft’s enduringly popular operating system. And we examine the benefits of data visualisation tools and hear from users about their projects. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Windows XP support ends: Experts explain what users should do next
by Clare McDonald
For organisations that still have a significant Windows XP user base, it's no surprise there is rising concern over what to do next
- Windows XP support ends: Experts explain what users should do next by Clare McDonald
Video networking technology allows NHS to save time, money – and lives
by Jennifer Scott
Solution from Imerja is being adopted by health organisations across the country and is reducing costs, waiting times and problems for staff
- Video networking technology allows NHS to save time, money – and lives by Jennifer Scott
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