Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 01 April 2014
In this week’s Computer Weekly, healthcare IT experts talk about the next steps for the controversial NHS Care.data plan to create a database of medical records. Is Moore’s Law running out? We hear about the future of processor technology. And our latest buyer’s guide looks at how data analytics can improve IT security. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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Interview: Prepare for the end of the silicon era
by Cliff Saran
IT breakthroughs are governed by the insights of Intel's Gordon Moore in 1965. IBM fellow Bernie Meyerson believes Moore’s law no longer holds true
Case study: University Technical College Reading closes digital divide with help from Fujitsu
by Caroline Baldwin
University Technical College Reading aims to educate and train the next generation of technicians, engineers and industrial innovators
- Interview: Prepare for the end of the silicon era by Cliff Saran
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