Computer Weekly – 15 July 2014: Time for an upgrade? Why you should buy IT now

Computer Weekly – 15 July 2014: Time for an upgrade? Why you should buy IT now


Computer Weekly – 15 July 2014: Time for an upgrade? Why you should buy IT now

In this week’s Computer Weekly, as competitive pressures and new technologies drive down IT prices, we find out why now is a great time to buy IT. We examine why going digital means a different approach to IT management. And we hear the latest best practices for improving your customer engagement with IT. Read the issue now.

Public Services Network to establish stronger dialogue with government

Government Digital Service director Andy Beale talks about how PSN is being improved and made more accessible to local government.

Competition, commoditisation and cloud drive down suppliers’ pricing

Analyst organisation Gartner says now is a good time to buy IT as low growth exerts pressure on technology suppliers to drop their prices.

Standard Life rectifies unsuccessful HR project with on-premise Oracle

To fill the gap left by a failed PeopleSoft project, Standard Life adopted a Fusion Talent Management system for its HR application roll-out.

CW500 Interview: Collective IT rules the mutual roost at Midcounties Co-operative

A single function for a swathe of businesses and joint procurement with other co-ops are all part of the IT deal for Sheridan Hindle.

The IT department’s role in making digital transformation projects work

As a growing number of stakeholders realise the benefits of digital technology, IT can add value by adopting agility and mitigating legacy.

Buyer’s guide: The big Apple revolution

Apple’s products were once niche devices. Now, following a consumer-led initiative, they are widely used across the enterprise.

Joining the digital dance is a smart move to pull off

Engaging with customers digitally through self-service websites and social media may not cut costs but could grow the business.

The business yield of digital beyond return on investment        

Digital technologies bring undoubted benefits, but CIOs run the risk of valuing business advantage solely in terms of the IT that enables it.

14 Jul 2014
14 Jul 2014
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