Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 21 January 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the ongoing IT risks facing the UK government’s highest-profile IT project – the troubled Universal Credit programme to reform the UK’s welfare system. We talk to IT leaders to find out their spending priorities for 2014 and how their IT budgets are shaping up. The digital chief at BBC Worldwide talks about managing technology innovation. And we find out about the latest best practice in improving datacentre performance. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Predictions 2014: How CIOs plan to spend their 2014 IT budget
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Computer Weekly asks IT experts what they believe will be the biggest areas of IT investment in 2014, and how different industries will be spending their IT budgets
Lotus F1 Team invests in converged datacentre to support race strategy
by Cliff Saran
Lotus F1 Team is about to go live with a converged datacentre infrastructure as it begins the development of a championship-winning car for 2015
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