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  • NHS assesses Microsoft Office 365 licensing

    A licensing framework set up by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust is attempting to establish a software licensing framework for deploying products like Office 365

  • Austrian researchers tackle cloud integration security challenge

    Software developers will find it increasingly difficult to maintain software quality in cloud-based projects because of their inherent complexity

  • Why AWS is being held back in the public sector

    Public sector is a fast growing area of the Amazon Web Services cloud business. Yet it is often not seen as a first choice in government

  • Smartphones could render smartmeter in-home display redundant

    The Public Accounts Committee’s latest report on smartmeters has warned that the government risks being locked into technology

  • Choice and ease of use: key elements of a good app store

    Companies need to focus on individual user requirements and make sure their app store delivers the right tools for the right job

  • What ingredients go into the successful app store?

    An enterprise app store should provide the controlled availability of apps for employees.We look at what is available for organisations to use

  • Facebook optimises software infrastructure for datacentre power efficiency

    Facebook has developed a system called Autoscale to optimise its software infrastructure and make its datacentre more energy efficient

  • Navigating your Future within an SOA information manufacturing system

    As the IT industry reaches maturity, IT departments should think of themselves not as data centres but as manufacturing centres for information. IT is following in the footsteps of the telephone and electricity industry before it, and becoming a commodity. The mission, whether IT knows it or not, is to provide information to its customer when they need it, where they need it, in a form that they can use it, at a price that they are willing to pay. In a nutshell its role, is becoming information manufacturing. It is the business of information manufacturing systems. Data centers are information factories and the IT staff are information builders. This is a profound shift in thinking that will have significant implications for the future of IT department, IT professionals and the business.

  • An Introduction to Quantum Lifecycle Management

    Quantum Lifecycle Management (QLM) will enable the “Internet of Things” to have an impact on business and the world at large in a way similar to the Internet itself. This White Paper introduces QLM, explains why it is necessary, its emergence, and also how its development and acceptance will be assured under the auspices of The Open Group.

  • The Open Group Service Integration Maturity Model (OSIMM) Version 2

    Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) is an architectural style that supports service orientation. A service is a business task with an externalized service description that often represents a contract between a provider and a consumer. As organizations adopt SOA and the use of services as the fundamental structuring element of their architecture, they increasingly encounter the need to assess where they are in their migration path and how best to achieve the expected benefit derived from integrating and investing in greater levels of SOA maturity.

  • Intel is making waves in the growing microserver market

    Analysts predict the microserver market will account for more than 10% of the server market by 2016. But what progress is x86 heavyweight Intel making in the field

  • Why AWS is being held back in the public sector

    Public sector is a fast growing area of the Amazon Web Services cloud business. Yet it is often not seen as a first choice in government

  • Virtual backup appliance pros and cons

    Computer Weekly examines virtual backup appliances that run backup and restore from a virtual machine

  • Load balancing supports Kent County Council's VDI project

    Kent County Council picks Kemp Technologies load balancers to support a deployment of VMware Horizon View and Workspace across its estate

  • CW500: Future gazing to 2014

    Adrian Drury, Consulting Director and Practice Leader at Ovum , highlights some of the key IT trends we can expect to see in 2014. In this presentation, given to Computer Weekly's 500 Club for IT leaders, Adrian Drury talks about the business trends IT leaders need to look out for in 2014.

  • Driving virtualisation into pole position in Formula One

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we find out how the Caterham F1 team has used virtualisation in its trackside technology to help improve race performance. We analyse how growing competition in the cloud market is affecting Amazon Web Services’ dominant position. And we look at silicon photonics, an emerging datacentre technology that promises better connectivity and reduced complexity. Read the issue now.

  • Windows 2012 Server Network Security

    This book provides the most in-depth guide to deploying and maintaining a secure Windows network. The book drills down into all the new features of Windows 2012 and provides practical, hands-on methods for securing your Windows systems networks, including: secure remote access, network vulnerabilities and mitigations, Windows personal firewall, and network diagnostics and troubleshooting. This extract offers an introduction to Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, and IPv6

  • Business Reimagined

    Are you happy with the way you work? Are you engaged, energised in the office? Or do you sometimes feel that your days are dominated by process and technology? Reimagining business is about waking up to a new environment, based on collaborative and flexible working, on technology that, used correctly, liberates rather than constrains. The future of work must be based on being open, on focusing on results, not process and on empowerment, not hierarchy. Dave Coplin, Chief Envisioning Officer at Microsoft UK, has been immersed in the technologies that are making waves in the workplace.

  • East Kent Services deploys Citrix virtual desktop

    East Kent Services has issued Citrix mobile workspace technology to organisations to reduce operational cost and increase collaboration

  • Windows 8 Secrets

    Microsoft is introducing a major new release of its Windows operating system, Windows 8, and what better way for you to learn all the ins and outs than from two internationally recognized Windows experts and Microsoft insiders, authors Paul Thurrott and Rafael Rivera? They cut through the hype to get at useful information you'll not find anywhere else, including what role this new OS plays in a mobile and tablet world. This extract for Computer Weekly readers takes readers through the basics of installing Windows 8.

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