News : Tablet computers
June 13, 2018
The University of Northampton is preparing to open a new campus at a cost of £330m, and has turned to Cisco to supply an intelligent, secure network to support its innovative learning model
May 01, 2018
While it will stop those annoying taskbar InBox and social media messages, at the heart of the April 2018 Windows 10 update is an effort to simplify management
April 24, 2018
Youth charity YMCA is in the midst of a push to reduce its reliance on paper-based education aids, with the help of Droplet Computing’s application container technology
March 21, 2018
Rolling stock leasing company Angel Trains is demonstrating edge computing over a wireless mesh network to make life easier for its customers’ on-board staff
In Depth : Tablet computers
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Blog Posts : Tablet computers
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Opinion : Tablet computers
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Videos : Tablet computers
In this video Richard Thwaite, director of digital policing, Metropolitan Police Service, discusses the advantages of implementing mobility for officers on the streets, and discusses the innovation behind the project.
In this CW500 Club video, Christoph Burtscher, CEO, Be2Change Consultancy, talks to Computer Weekly editor in chief Bryan Glick about the challenges of IT governance in an era of shadow IT.
In this CW500 club video, Alex Kwiatkowski, Head of Financial Insights Europe, IDC discusses regulatory compliance and BYOD in the finance sector, as well as the challenges and benefits of managing mobility.