Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 6 August 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to department store John Lewis about how the firm is working with tech startups to improve its multichannel retail strategy. As PC sales continue to decline, we hear from IT leaders at companies moving away from the traditional desktop to non-Windows devices such as Chromebooks. And the final part of our buyer’s guide to data management examines the benefits being achieved by adopters of predictive analytics, including Tesco and HM Revenue & Customs. Access >>>
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Windows XP migration: Reassess your desktop IT strategy
by Cliff Saran
The cost of PCs has remained pretty stable over the past year, but people are expected to pay a big premium for hybrid devices. Is it time to rethink desktop IT?
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Case Study: Johnson Matthey consolidates Active Directory with Dell
by Cliff Saran
Chemicals manufacturer Johnson Matthey uses tools from Dell to simplify a complex, multinational Active Directory infrastructure
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