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  • IT industry outlook 2014

    This report from CompTIA provides an overview of the size, shape and growth factors of the information technology (IT) industry.

  • TCG releases TPM 2 specification for improved security

    The Trusted Computing Group has published an updated specification for the Trusted Platform Module

  • CW500: Bring your own IT department?

    Bring, your and own (BYO) are the first three words of an acronym being discussed in IT as the next phase of the consumerisation trend

  • Microsoft Build 2014: Start menu returns as Phone users get new runtime

    Microsoft unveiled moves to bring its Windows operating system (OS) into the tablet era during its Build developer conference in San Francisco

  • Where is all the innovation in the PC industry?

    PC manufacturers need to innovate to reverse the continuing drop in hardware sales

  • Workers spend more on devices than tea

    Over a third of works have spent more than £250 on their own devices,compared to just £97 on tea or coffee per year

  • How IT brings aid to refugees

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO at the UN High Commission for Refugees about the vital role that technology plays in supporting its aid programmes. We hear from IT leaders who are ditching BlackBerry – but moving to Windows Phone instead. And we look at how to choose the best hybrid cloud provider. Read the issue now.

  • The big themes of Mobile World Congress 2014

    This week saw the world’s largest mobile conference hit Barcelona. Computer Weekly takes a look at the big themes of Mobile World Congress 2014

  • Three UK sees 48% rise in profits for 2013

    As Three transfers all its customers to its 4G network at no extra charge, the mobile operator reports full-year profits of £417m

  • Swapping notepads for iPads – creating a digital police force

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we examine the new digital strategy at the Metropolitan Police, as the UK’s largest police force puts technology at the heart of crime fighting. IBM is spending $1.2bn developing cloud datacentres – we assess the plans and ask if the IT giant can catch up the cloud market leaders. And we find out from experts how Edwards Snowden’s NSA web surveillance revelations are affecting corporate IT security strategies. Read the issue now.

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  • Dell skips smartphones to focus on convergence

    With the smartphone industry grinding to a halt,Dell has chosen to take the software avenue rather than trying to push into the smartphone space.

  • Ericsson picks OpenStack for its $30m datacentre and cloud infrastructure

    Ericsson has picked open-source cloud computing platform OpenStack for its $30m datacentre, cloud and telecommunications infrastructure update

  • Cloud wars

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, cloud users are set to benefit from cheaper services as Google and Amazon start a price war. The mainframe is still not dead yet – we look at 50 years of the IBM mainframe. And we assess the latest attempt to encourage overseas IT experts to fill the UK’s skills shortages. Read the issue now.

  • Managing Wi-Fi and mobility

    Wi-Fi is a critical system, but it’s also the point where BYOD meets your network. New tools promise to simplify things, but can they?

  • Does Gigaclear’s broadband win show new direction for BDUK?

    Why Gigaclear's rural broadband contract win could signal a change of direction for the future of the BDUK project

  • How IT brings aid to refugees

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we talk to the CIO at the UN High Commission for Refugees about the vital role that technology plays in supporting its aid programmes. We hear from IT leaders who are ditching BlackBerry – but moving to Windows Phone instead. And we look at how to choose the best hybrid cloud provider. Read the issue now.

  • No more email? Why companies are turning to collaboration technology

    Collaboration technologies are helping companies improve their employees' work-life balance

  • The big themes of Mobile World Congress 2014

    This week saw the world’s largest mobile conference hit Barcelona. Computer Weekly takes a look at the big themes of Mobile World Congress 2014

  • BT criticises Ofcom over unbundling prices

    BT claims Ofcom regulations give Sky and TalkTalk an unfair advantage over smaller ISPs and calls for change

  • Virgin Media boosts broadband speeds

    Virgin Media promises a top speed of 152Mbps for customers across the UK, as well as boosting its entry-level connection from 30Mbps to 50Mbps

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