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Computer Weekly 8 November 2011: Read this week's issue of the UK's leading technology publication, with the news, analysis and opinion that matters to IT managers.

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Easing the Migration Off Windows XP

Migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 or 8 is time consuming, expensive and stressful project as IT administrators do not want to risk a data security breach.

In this expert e-guide, learn about the Windows XP migration tools available today that will ease OS upgrades and mitigate risks associated with the process. Explore some of the major considerations and pressing issues with respect to extended XP support and what enterprise data centers need to be managed in the face of Microsoft’s Windows XP support being discontinued.

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    If you are still operating with Windows XP or Vista, it’s definitely time to at least consider the new options available. However, the idea of migrating operating systems can create a number of concerns throughout the enterprise. Users will be concerned about interface changes, IT will worry about the process, and management will worry about downtime and costs.

    In order to make the transition a possibility you will have to build a strong business case for migrating to Windows 7. Then you will need to formulate a strategy to make that that transition as smooth as it can possibly be.

    This whitepaper will help you learn how to best go about taking on this necessary but overwhelming transition.

  • Computer Weekly – 8 July 2014: The most influential women in UK IT

    Computer Weekly – 8 July 2014: The most influential women in UK IT

    In this week’s Computer Weekly, we reveal our annual list of the 25 most influential women in UK IT – female IT leaders making a difference to the digital economy. We look at how to integrate iPads into the corporate IT infrastructure. And we profile enterprise software upstart Workday as it challenges Oracle and SAP. Read the issue now.

    The 25 most influential women in IT

    Computer Weekly’s search for the most influential women in UK IT in 2014 is over. Those who made the grade are profiled here.

    CW500 Interview: Hotels.com CTO discusses the future of omnichannel and security concerns

    Thierry Bedos is discovering ways to transform the omnichannel experience into a seamless journey for customers.

    Bashing big business will not lead to a competitive and diverse supply chain

    According to recent headlines, the ICT market has gone wrong, with a few major players dominating public sector contracts and pushing out small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

    Buyer’s Guide: The pros and cons of iPads in the enterprise

    Apple’s tablet inspires devotion among users and it is often the first platform for which developers produce apps – but it is substantially more expensive than its competitors.

    Does extinction beckon for the in-house datacentre?

    Cloud is reaching tipping point as users realise the benefits of scalable IT but in-house IT is not on the endangered list just yet.

    Workday’s challenge to the HR giants built in the cloud

    The pretender to Oracle and SAP’s HR throne might have humble roots, but its ambitions – and those of its investors – are substantial.

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