CW500 Video: Ian Turfrey, IT Director at City & Guilds

With the imminent release of Windows 10, many IT leaders will be faced with a choice of how best to meet changing user demands. Instead of conventional desktops, many users now prefer alternatives such as tablets, smartphones, Macbooks or Chromebooks; and with trends such as BYOD and cloud, the opportunities to improve productivity and collaboration are more diverse than ever. For companies - many of which have been big Windows users for so long – where do they go next, and how do they ensure that changing user demands are met? 

In this CW500 Club video, Ian Turfrey, IT Director at City & Guilds talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about responding to the changing demands of users.

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