What buying Nokia means for Microsoft customers
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Computer Weekly - 10 September 2013

In this week’s Computer Weekly, following Microsoft’s $7.2bn purchase of Nokia’s mobile phone business, we look at what the deal means for the software giant’s customers. Our latest buyer’s guide examines the options for cloud storage systems. And we offer seven expert tips for securing Android devices in the enterprise. Read the issue now.  Access >>>

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