Computer Weekly – 18 June 2013: Special report – tech startups and the CIO
In this week’s Computer Weekly, our special report looks at the benefits for IT leaders of working with tech startups, and offers advice to CIOs on how to find and make the most of innovative products from creative startup firms. We talk to tech startups and corporate CIOs from Citi and Barclays to find out how to make the relationship successful. Read the issue now.
Why IT leaders should look at startup technology companies
Collaboration between big corporate businesses and technology firms that are just starting out can prove fruitful for both parties.
How startup support programmes can lend the enterprise CIO an edge
Startups build cutting-edge technology quickly and incubators are ideally placed to pass IT leaders the advantage this confers.
Citi taps innovative startups for ideas to stay ahead in the technology stakes
The banking giant’s European CIO Alistair Grant talks about the benefits for corporate IT of working with startups.
Four up-and-coming startups profiled
We look at some promising tech startups that are targeting the business world with their products.
Buyer’s guide to identity and access management – part two: Digital identities could help to improve enterprise BYOD
Allowing employees to use their own digital identity may reduce issues such as remembering multiple passwords and security reporting.
Pearson introduces Google and Microsoft collaboration
The Financial Times publisher sought a new platform, offering support for a variety of devices and making IT in the workplace better than at home.
Software-defined datacentres require standards and compromise
As different suppliers use varying strategies for software-defined datacentres, is the lack of standards leading to chaos?
This week's issue is sponsored by Eaton Power Quality, Gartner and VMware.