Computer Weekly – 21 June 2016: Will Brexit spell disaster for UK IT?

Computer Weekly – 21 June 2016: Will Brexit spell disaster for UK IT?

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In this week's Computer Weekly, as the UK prepares to vote on membership of the EU, we take a detailed look at the effect a possible Brexit could have on the UK technology sector. Authors Don and Alex Tapscott explain the impact of blockchain on CIOs. And we look at the growth of consumer tech in enterprise IT. Read the issue now.

Why leaving the EU would be disastrous for UK digital scene
Startups and minister of state for culture and the digital economy Ed Vaizey discuss the risks that leaving the EU would bring to the UK IT industry.

The implications of a Brexit vote for the UK’s broadband infrastructure
Concerns for the economic fallout balance the benefits of abolishing EU state spending rules.

IT leaders benefit from UK membership of the EU, says EuroCIO group chief
Experienced CIO Ben Booth has worked across the continent and explains why EU rules benefit UK IT.

Blockchain and the CIO: a disruptive model for IT
The most important emerging technology for the enterprise CIO is not big data, the social web, artificial intelligence, robotics or the cloud – it’s blockchain.

Turn consumer technology to your business advantage
Many organisations are missing out on opportunities for innovation presented by everyday consumer technology.

Buyer’s guide to NoSQL - part 2 of 3: From SQL to NoSQL –and back again
We take a look at the suppliers behind the emergence of databases that organise web-scale datasets and the like – and the most recent set of upstarts dubbed NewSQL.

Vendor:
ComputerWeekly.com
Posted:
17 Jun 2016
Published:
21 Jun 2016
Format:
PDF
Length:
25 Page(s)
Type:
Ezine
Language:
English
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