Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 27 August 2013
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at how the internet will soon be dominated by machines and sensors, rather than people, and examine the challenges posed by the internet of things. We also look at how to protect an organisation’s data assets from security breaches. And how will SAP’s cloud and in-memory expansion affect existing customers? Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Attackers are in the network, now what?
by Warwick Ashford
If attackers are inside the network, can disguise themselves and get close to sensitive corporate data, how can data be defended?
- Attackers are in the network, now what? by Warwick Ashford
Lancashire NHS Trust deploys Yellowfin mobile BI to enhance care
by Brian McKenna
NHS Trust is using a mobile business intelligence system from Yellowfin to improve clinician performance and patient healthcare
- Lancashire NHS Trust deploys Yellowfin mobile BI to enhance care by Brian McKenna
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