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The future of Moore's Law at 50
In this week's Computer Weekly, Moore's Law – the seminal forecast by Intel founder Gordon Moore that oversees technology development – is 50 years old. We look at its modern relevance and future implications. IT chiefs discuss whether Windows is still core to their strategy. And we look back at five years of government IT. Read the issue now.
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On 19 April 1965, Intel's Gordon Moore outlined his vision of how microelectronics would power the modern world
As the general election approaches, Computer Weekly looks back at the highs and lows of the last five years in government IT
Dustan Steer, IT director for clothes brand Ted Baker, talks about upgrading the company's enterprise resource planning system