Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 28 January 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, our latest buyer’s guide examines the rise of tablets in the workplace, and the options for how to fit them in to the corporate IT environment. After the latest RBS crash, we look at the risks to the UK banking system from over-reliance on legacy IT. And we find out from UK charity Cancer Research how flash storage helped deliver big improvements in application performance. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Minerals firm Imerys upgrades IFS ERP as economy lifts
by Lindsay Clark
Imerys has 30 different ERP systems around the globe. A plan to move to a single instance of ERP, thrown off course by recession, was achieved in 2012; other business benefits have accrued
Do you need tablets in your workplace?
by Robert Bamforth
Consumers have shown a massive appetite for tablets, but IT departments have not presented the same level of eagerness
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