Where next for Dell?
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Computer Weekly - 24 September 2013

In this week’s Computer Weekly, industry experts share their thoughts on Dell’s future after founder and CEO Michael Dell spends $25bn to buy his company back. We hear from early adopters of bring your own device (BYOD) schemes to learn about their experiences and best practices. And the CIO of the UN’s world food programme talks about technology’s role in tackling global hunger. Read the issue now.  Access >>>

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