Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 18 February 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the new digital strategy at the Metropolitan Police, as the UK’s largest police force puts technology at the heart of crime fighting. IBM is spending $1.2bn developing cloud datacentres – we assess the plans and ask if the IT giant can catch up the cloud market leaders. And we find out from experts how Edwards Snowden’s NSA web surveillance revelations are affecting corporate IT security strategies. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Can elephants dance in the cloud?
by Jim Mortleman
IBM’s renewed public cloud strategy could succeed in attracting customers old and new, but the company must tread carefully
CIO interview: Joan Miller director of Parliamentary ICT
by Caroline Baldwin
Parliamentary ICT director Joan Miller talks about how Parliament should use technology and the challenges of the digital world
- Can elephants dance in the cloud? by Jim Mortleman
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