Computer Weekly this week launches a new section to the magazine - Tech Data
The twice-monthly section complements Computer Weekly's news and technology coverage by providing up-to-date information, views and in-depth articles about the latest products and upgrades available for the IT department.
The Tech Data section will provide essential information for everyone at the sharp end of IT implementation.
It will keep you up to speed on software products, hardware, peripherals and services that can enhance IT configurations and simplify integration.
This week's section contains updates on IBM's Lotus Notes, and Jack Schofield discusses the merits of really simple syndication (RSS) with Longhorn, the next version of Windows, which could provide a "quick and dirty" way to link applications together.
In addition, Hamish Macarthur, founder of market research firm Macarthur Stroud International, presents the big picture on storage virtualisation, and our in-depth feature covers developments in desktop management.
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