Time to get serious about endpoint security
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Computer 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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