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Computer Weekly – 19 November 2013: Software defined networking explodes

In this week’s Computer Weekly, we look at how startups are stimulating the networking market and how the public sector is facing up to BYOD hurdles. Experience contributor Adrian Bridgwater also brings you our Buyer’s Guide to testing and code quality before we assess video and voice communication options in web browsers.

Open source collaboration drives networks innovation

The OpenDaylight project has attracted attention from across the networking industry as software-defined networking gathers interest. Find out why.

Public sector faces stiff regulatory hurdles in rolling out BYOD projects

The government has issued challenging guidelines for local councils planning to implement bring your own device (BYOD) schemes and we look at the impact this could have.

Interview: No room for error in travel services

Head of global operations Wolfgang Krips tells Cliff Saran how Amadeus ensures its global distribution system is operational 24/7, without fail.

Buyer’s Guide to testing and code quality

Developers have adopted agile methods to keep up with the pace of the market, but how can they ensure code stays in good shape? Adrian Bridgwater shares lessons learnt.

Real-time video communication on a browser without plugins

Skype, Google+ and other IM services either aren’t up to scratch or face compatibility issues across many businesses but could WebRT be the answer?

Opinion: Amended Data Protection Regulation could introduce fines up to €100m

Changes to the European Data Protection Regulation will have far-reaching consequences for businesses across all industries. Discover where you need to tighten up.

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