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Augmented reality comes to corporate IT
In this week's Computer Weekly, we hear from early adopter Zurich Insurance about how augmented reality apps can become part of the corporate IT landscape. We look at Microsoft's Nano Server – the cut-down version of Windows Server designed for the cloud. And we assess the implications of the Nokia acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent. Read the issue now.
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The £74bn turnover company aims to harness the capabilities of augmented reality to train 10,000 employees in 170 countries
Nokia's €16bn acquisition of Alcatel-Lucent will bring big changes to the European networking landscape
IT departments planning a PC refresh to tie in with Windows 10 can expect to pay more due to the strong US dollar