Issue OverviewComputer Weekly - 05 November 2013
In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at the latest release of Microsoft’s market-leading Windows Server 2012 software, and assess its new features for improved cloud, virtualisation and device management. We visit Chinese networking giant Huawei to hear about its UK growth and how it hopes to tackle its business challenges over US security. And we look at the best ways to obtain financing for new IT purchases. Read the issue now. Access >>>
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The commercial reality of Huawei’s trust issues
by Jennifer Scott
The Chinese firm is working tirelessly to tell the world it can be trusted but, the US remains unwilling to budge
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RSA says security needs to change, but what does that mean?
RSA executive chairman Art Coviello has issued a call to action to the security industry to improve technology and collaboration
- RSA says security needs to change, but what does that mean?
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