Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 22 July 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, with billions of devices joining corporate networks every year, our latest buyer’s guide looks at endpoint security. IBM and Apple have announced plans to work together on corporate mobility – we analyse what the deal means for IT leaders. And we take an in-depth look at in-memory databases. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Can UK fintech startups survive outside London?
by Caroline Baldwin
With London’s booming financial services sector the biggest in the world, the UK Fintech Industry Summit 2014 considered the prospects for startups elsewhere in Britain
CIO Interview: Simon Hill, Caravan Club
by Karl Flinders
What do the corporate giants Shell, BP and Guinness Brewing Worldwide have in common with the Caravan Club? Simon Hill has worked in the IT departments of all four
- Can UK fintech startups survive outside London? by Caroline Baldwin
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The Digital Value Proposition and securing CEO buy-in
Every business should be a digital business, says Stephen Paterson, Chief Product Officer at ANDigital in this presentation.
Harnessing Business-Led IT
CIOs should treat business-led IT (“Shadow IT”) as another, often better, way to achieve the core goals of corporate IT, this report from CEB argues.
Nato and business join forces to tackle cyber security threats
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at how Nato wants to work with businesses to tackle their common cyber security threat. Is Amazon Web ...